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IJSRET Volume 4 Issue 3, May-June-2018

Privacy Preserving and Identity Based Public Auditing of Data in Cloud

Authors:M.Tech Scholar G.Sivagama Sundari, Asst. Prof. Rakhee Bhure

Abstract:–Distributed storage framework gives facilitative record stockpiling and sharing administrations for circulated customers. To address uprightness, controllable outsourcing, and starting point inspecting worries on outsourced records, it propose a personality based information outsourcing (IBDO) plot furnished with alluring highlights beneficial over existing recommendations in securing outsourced information. To begin with, the IBDO conspire enables a client to approve committed intermediaries to transfer information to the distributed storage server for her sake, e.g., an organization may approve a few representatives to transfer documents to the organization’s cloud account controlledly. The intermediaries are distinguished and approved with their unmistakable characters, which wipes out entangled endorsement administration in common secure dispersed processing frameworks. Second, the IBDO conspire encourages extensive reviewing, i.e., the plan not just allows normal trustworthiness evaluating as in existing plans for securing outsourced information, yet in addition permits to review the data on information root, sort, and consistence of outsourced documents. Security investigation and trial assessment demonstrate that the IBDO conspire furnishes solid security with attractive proficiency.

An Efficient Feature Verification in Image Matching

Authors:Kusuma S (M.Tech), Prof. Kalaimathi B

Abstract:–In present era, verifying the correlation between two features is essential in preventing the disasters such as copy attacks. In this paper, image processing technology applicable in extracting and verifying the image features is discussed. Existing methods which are employed for verification are found to be computationally expensive. Thus an enhanced RANSAC (Random Sample Consensus) algorithm for effective verification of features is employed. It is a multistep line towards verification. Firstly, it involves extraction of features using SURF (Speeded Up Robust Feature) descriptor with RGB color concept. Secondly, verifying the features of images through a match by choosing multiple descriptors in random and thus promoting effective timeliness. The employed method can process huge collection of images of a particular dataset.

Design of a Reversible Central Processing Unit components using Verilog HDL

Authors:M.Tech. Scholar Asra Jabeen, Asst Prof. Pooja M

Abstract:–Balanced mapping from contribution to outcome is the fundamental condition for a reversible computational model traveling starting with one condition of dynamic machine then onto the next. Presumably, the greatest inspiration to examine reversible advances is that, it is thought to be the best powerful approach to upgrade the energy effectiveness than the ordinary models. The examination on reversibility has demonstrated more prominent effect to have colossal applications in rising advances, for example, Quantum Computing, QCA, Nanotechnology and Low Power VLSI. In this paper, we have acknowledged novel reversible engineering segments of Central Processing Unit (CPU). The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the essential part of a PC that procedures direction. It runs the working framework and applications, continually getting contribution from the client or dynamic programming programs. It forms the information and produces outcome, which may store by an application or showed on the screen.

A Novel Sleep Switch leakage Mitigation technique in DSM Technology

Authors:M. Tech. Scholar Jaya Nigam, Asst. Prof. S.S. Gawande

Abstract:–This paper proposes new technique ON OFF based domino and examines with inputs and clock signals combination in 32nm technology with footerless domino circuit for reduced leakage current. In this technique a p-type and an n-type pass transistor logic are introduced between the pull-up and pull-down network and the gate of one is controlled by the source of the other. Therefore the main focus in proposed work is given into the noise immunity of the circuit. The problem of leakage current here is optimally solved by the keeper transistor logic. In the proposed work two keeper transistor terminologies is taken into account which gives better performance in delay variability which is a big concern for high performance circuit application. The proposed circuit technique for AND2, OR2, OR4 and OR8 circuits reduces the active power consumption by 50.94% to 75.68% and by 64.85% to 86.57% at low and high die temperatures respectively when compared to the standard dual threshold voltage domino logic circuits.

A Survey on Home Automation Systems

Authors:M.E.Scholar R. Rajalakshmi

Abstract:–Internet of Things (IOT) is nothing but connecting different real world objects to provide proper communication, synchronization, and inter-connecting between various devices or physical appliances is also known as “Things”. The Home Automation System (HAS) is extension of current activities performed inside the home and this Home Automation System (HAS) can be developed easily now a day’s, because of powerful computational devices and wireless sensor network(WSN), to provide user friendly and cost fairly home automation system. In Home Automation System (HAS), different technologies like WiFi, Bluetooth and Zigbee are used for communication, and different devices like smart phone, tablet and laptop used for controlling various appliances. In this paper we detailed a survey on different home automation systems considering parameters like type of communication, cost, technology and efficiency of system. A comparative analysis of home automation system is done. In future this system may have high demand and usage for automation of the “Things”. Using Home Home Automation System (HAS) our home will be smart home that can operate without any physical interference of human being.

An Artificial approach to Classify Text Document by Utilizing Clustered Terms

Authors:M. Tech. Scholar Shivangi Pandey, Prof. Deepak Tomar

Abstract:–As the web clients are expanding, so advanced information on servers are increasing, this draws researcher from content mining field to upgrade different services. As different issues are emerge on the server, for example, information dealing, security, support, and so on. In this paper article characterization is recommended that group the document in proficient way. Here Error back propagation artificial neural network was used for the grouping. Proposed approach characterizes the information on the premise of text document features where preparing of neural network is perform by binary contribution of the content. While in testing stage content archives are order according to neural network output. Investigation is perform on genuine and in addition artificial dataset. Result demonstrates that Proposed work is better when compared with past work on various assessment parameters.

A Study on the Strength Behavior of Concrete by Partial Replacement of Cement with Cotton Plant Ash

Authors:Asst. Prof. M. Bhuvaneswari

Abstract:–Cement is widely noted to be the most expensive constituents of concrete. The entire construction industry is in search of a suitable and effective waste product that would considerably minimize the use of cements and ultimately reduces the construction cost. This paper describes the research into use of agricultural wastes in concrete through the development of concrete in corporation cotton plant ash(CPA) as a partial replacement for ordinary Portland cement(OPC). It gives the scope to utilize CPA for civil construction works as a partial replacement for cement so as to keep the environment green and also seeks to optimize the benefits of using CPA in concrete as a replacement for large proportions of cement. Different cotton plant ash (CPA) concretes were developed by replacing 10%, 20%, 30% and 40% by weight of ordinary Portland cement with CPA for M20 grade concrete. The results indicated that the substitution of cement with CPA in Concrete production was relatively possible not exceeding 10% having good compressive strength, Performance and durability. There was a sharp decrease in compressive strength beyond 10% of CPA substitution. The test results indicate that replacing proportions of cement with 10% CPA would provide improved strength and a most cost effective solution.

Analyze the Mechanical Properties of Pervious Concrete by Using Titanium Dioxide (Tio2)

Authors:Asst. Prof. M. Bhuvaneswari

Abstract:–In many developed countries, the use of pervious concrete for the construction of pavements, car parking and driveway is becoming popular. The pervious concrete is produced by using titanium dioxide (TIO2). This concrete are tested and its properties, such as compressive strength, spilt tensile strength, and water permeability. The most important properties of pervious concrete is drainage facility through permeability. Pervious concrete is a concrete containing with or without fine aggregate (no fines concrete); it consists of coarse aggregate and cement paste. It seems pervious concrete would be a natural choice for use in structural application. It consumes less raw material than normal concrete (no sand), it provide superior insulation value when used in walls and through the direct drainage of rain water its help to recharge ground water in pavement application by using the titanium dioxide.

Study the Strength of Concrete Made Using Glass Powder as Partial Replacement of Cement

Authors:Asst. Prof. Brajesh Kumar Suman

Abstract:–Climate change or global warming is caused by emission of green house gases such as carbon dioxide, methane, ozone, water vapor to the atmosphere among them carbon dioxide play important role to enhance the global warning about 65% .The world wide cement industry contributes about 7% of green house gas emission to environment. Keeping in mind to address ecological impacts related with cement manufacturing there is a need to create alternative binding material for concrete therefore broad research is on going in to the utilization of cement replacement utilizing many waste materials. Efforts have been made in concrete to utilize waste glass as partial replacement of coarse, fine aggregate and cement. In present study glass powder is used as a partial replacement of cement in concrete and compared with conventional concrete. To accomplish cement is replaced by glass powder from 0 to 30% at an interval of 10 and tested for its compressive strength. Results show the compressive strength increases at 10% replacement of cement with glass powder.

A Survey on Various Techniques and Features of Sentiment Analysis

Authors:M. Tech. Scholar Arunes Pratap Singh, Asst. Prof. Manisha Patel

Abstract:–As the digital data increases on servers different researcher have focused on this field. The field of sentiment analysis, in which sentiment is gathered, analyzed, and aggregated from text, has seen a lot of attention in the last few years. The corresponding growth of the field has resulted in the emergence of various subareas, each addressing a different level of analysis or research question. In this paper text sentiment analysis was detailed by various techniques of researchers. Here diverse attributes for the text sentiment analysis is explained in detailed with their necessities as attribute vary as per text study.

An Seller in E-commerce Online Website

Authors:Ampattu Sajo Thomas, Anwar Sayyed

Abstract:–To become a seller in an Online Website, first we need to decide an Store Name and which Product should be sold. Amazon would be an best Online website for selling. To Create an Seller Account in Amazon, we need to have the required documents with us such as Gumasta License , GST or VAT number and a Current account for the transactions in any Bank. As the Seller Account in created, we need to upload our product to the website with the help of the catalogue template provided to us by the Amazon. The Account provides us an choice of selling like an Happy Seller and Non- Happy Seller. In Happy Seller the Amazon is also known as FBA- Fulfillment By Amazon and it will take care of all the responsibilities from the Seller like Order fulfillment, delivery, return and refund and Rating as well. In Non-Happy Seller, the Seller has to take care of all the responsibilities of order fulfillment, Delivery, Return and Refund and Ratings as well. Ratings of an Account is based on Customer Feedback, Customer Messages, Late Shipment, Order defect rate.

Behaviour of Skirted Footing Resting on Sea Sand

Authors:Dr. Mariamma Joseph, P.G. Scholar Anju. A.S

Abstract:–To understand the vertical load carrying capacity of soil and in order to solve the combined load carrying problems it is very much necessary to study the relationship between vertical load and its corresponding vertical displacement in soil. Structural skirts hold good as an alternative method of improving the vertical load carrying capacity and reducing the settlement of footing resting on soil. Structural skirts are being used underneath shallow foundations of offshore structures for many decades due to their stability advantages and due to its ease of installation. These foundations are economical, as they lead to cost saving through reduction in materials and in time required for installation. These type of foundations have been used for a considerable period to increase the effective depth of the footing in marine areas and other situations where water scouring is a major issue. In this project work, a series of vertical load test was conducted for different relative density and different skirt length to diameter ratio .Tests were conducted on circular footing placed centrally on sea sand filled tank with and without skirts in different combinations of height and diameters. From the various set of data’s obtained, comparison was made between the results of unconfined case and confined case.

Wastewater Treatment by Root Zone Technology Option for Domestic Waste

Authors:P.G. Scholar Surekha Thorat, Asst. Prof. V. V. Sasane

Abstract:–Root Zone Bed System is one of the lowest cost methods to treat wastewater. With the help of this system we can treat the Non-Point sources with the best results. To achieve this goal, we have to divide the Non-Point sources into constructing channels within the river bank followed by root zone bed or if the NonPoint Sources is coming from natural nalas we can provide this system within its Channel. For model practice, I have prepared reactor on which I have developed the root zone bed and have lab analysis of rector output on a number of parameters. Flow rate and Detention time are the two factors on which channels are to be designed. Therefore, I am changing the flow rate and finding out the change in parameter with respect to detection time. Planting Colacassia and Canna plant. Both plant get nearly same result but we can use planting as per requirement. The optimization is when we get better results with maximum flow. I have got satisfactory results for the detention time of Three days, Seven days and Fifteen day. With the help of this data I have designed the root zone bed system for the domestic wastewater. Coat of root zone technology is small as compared to conventional system.

Comparative Study of RCC Building Considering Effect of Braced Wall Line

Authors:M.Tech Scholar Shailesh B Pahilwan

Abstract:–The effects of the introduction of steel plate shear walls in buildings, on the bending moments, the shear forces, axial loads of the beams and columns and the story drifts are mainly observed. This is because of the fact that the mechanism of shear resistance by the steel shear walls is entirely different than that of the RCC shear walls. Some multistory buildings with SPSWs are analyzed by the equivalent static method as given by the IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002. The strip model as suggested by the code of Canada and the researchers is used to model the steel shear wall using the popular FEA software, the SAP 2000. The strips in the strip model are modeled using the frame element.

Analysing Various Security Attacks in Remote Sensor Networks

Authors:Er. Himanshi Vashisht, Associate Professor Sanjay Bharadwaj, Sushma Sharma

Abstract:–A remote sensor networks is a recent advancement of technology of computer networks and electronics. Its sensing technology in combination with its processing power and wireless communication makes it productive for its abundant exploitation in the near future. A remote sensor arrangement generally, contains sensors, actuators, memory, a processor. The nodes in this network are not connected to a central node, and are self-managing. They are not connected to a specific network topology, practise multi-way routing, preserving the integrity and confidentiality of data, and are robust making them highly applicable for military applications. With development in such applications, security of data has become a crutial need keeping in mind that the end goal is to ensure that the touchy and confidential informationis also included. These networks are prone large number of disastrous attack or hacks such as Sybil, Wormhole, Sinkhole, etc. that threaten data flow or may have a motive to disrupt the entire network. The assault becomes even more viable when the attacker incorporates itself on the way of information flow. In this context, we analysis security aspects of the remote sensor networks like requirements, classifications, and type of attacks etc., in this survey paper.

Analysis of RCC Building Considering the Effect of Variation in Thickness of Steel Plate Shear Wall

Authors:M.Tech Scholar Shailesh B Pahilwan

Abstract:–The effects of the introduction of steel plate shear walls in buildings, on the bending moments, the shear forces, axial loads of the beams and columns and the story drifts are mainly observed. This is because of the fact that the mechanism of shear resistance by the steel shear walls is entirely different than that of the RCC shear walls. Some multistory buildings with SPSWs are analyzed by the equivalent static method as given by the IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002. The strip model as suggested by the code of Canada and the researchers is used to model the steel shear wall using the popular FEA software, the SAP 2000. The strips in the strip model are modeled using the frame element.

An NFC Featured ATM Cards with Biometric for Secure Transactions

Authors:Asst.Prof.Mrs.Vandana, M. Tech. Scholar Ms.Swetha Y

Abstract:– With the payment cards such as Debit and Credit cards usage becoming more common and rapid so are the number of ways to exploit the vulnerabilities associated with them and have become common target for cyber criminals. Moreover, the customer goes through the experience of a laborious process of interacting with the customer care center and to do the necessary errands thus increasing the turnaround time to achieve the end goal that is, to get the payment card blocked or to get a replacement card. This document comprising of a Near Field Communication (NFC) device that can be used as a potential solution to overcome the transaction liabilities (brute force attack, shoulder surfing, skimming of ATM cards etc.) involved in using the payment cards. An additional feature involving blocking/deactivating ATM cards is achieved using QR code technology for authentication scheme.

A Novel Low Power 11T SRAM Design Cell in Nanometer Regime

Authors:M.Tech.Scholar Rahul Baghel, Suresh S Gawande

Abstract:– Now a day’s low power SRAMs have become a critical component of many VLSI chips. This has especially true for microprocessors, where the demanding on chip cache sizes are growing with each generation to bridge the increasing divergence in the speeds of the processors and the main memory. Simultaneously, power dissipation has been becoming an important factor to recognise due to the increased integration and operating speeds, as well as due to the explosive growth of battery operated applications. This proposed 11T SRAM has been compared with standard 6T SRAM and existing 9T SRAM (with bit-interleaving capability) in term of Power consumption, Delay and Power Delay Product (PDP) at various supply voltages as 1.8V, 1.6V and 1.4V. For the stability analysis SNM (Static Noise Margin) also analyzed at the supply voltage 1.8V. The proposed 11T SRAM proves to be better in terms of power and PDP at all the supply voltages. At 1.8V power saving by the proposed design is 73.88% and improvement in PDP is 71.53% compared to standard 6T SRAM cell and significant improvement is observed at other supply voltages also. In term of stability the proposed design proves better as compare to existing circuits.

Security Analysis and Implementation of Private Cloud Infrastructure using Cloud Stack

Authors:Jitendra singh

Abstract:– In the last few years, cloud computing has grown from being a promising business concept to one of the fastest growing segments of the IT industry. Big companies like Amazon, Google, Microsoft etc., expand their market by adopting Cloud Computing systems which enhance their services provided to a large number of users. However, security and privacy issues present a strong barrier for users to adapt into the Cloud. This research investigates the security features and issues of implementation of cloud platforms using Cloud Stack. The goal was to identify security weakness in terms of Authentication and Identity Management (IAM), and Data Management. Base on the findings, specific recommendations on security standards and management models have been proffered in order to address these problems. These Recommendations if implemented, will lead to trust in cloud computing systems, which in turn would encourage more companies to adopt cloud computing, as a means of providing better IT services.

Self Generative Electric Vehicle

Authors:Asst.Prof.B.Ponkarthika, Dr.E.Kaliappan, Asst.Prof.V.Vijeesh

Abstract:– Transportation accounts for about one-fifth of global energy use and passenger vehicles account for about ten percent of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions. During the last few decades, environmental impact of the petroleum-based transportation infrastructure, along with the fear of peaking oil prices, has led to renewed interest in an Electric transportation infrastructure. Electric Vehicles (EVs) differ from fossil fuel-powered vehicles. The way electricity is consumed in EVs can be generated from a wide range of sources such as solar power, tidal power and wind power or any combination of these. The generated electricity may then be stored on board by using a battery, flywheel, or super capacitors. EVs include road and rail vehicles, surface and underwater vessels, electric aircraft and electric spacecraft. As it is well known one of the drawbacks of these electric vehicles is their driving range. The driving range can be increased with the help of Self-generation and Regeneration operation. Regenerative braking system replaces the traditional braking system in cars as the traditional braking system produces more heat during braking. Therefore the Regenerative braking system ensures high capability of energy storage in braking conditions and under normal operation.

A collision-Mitigation cuckoo hashing scheme for large scale storage systems

Authors:Asst.Prof. Mrs.Kavyashree .C, M.Tech.Schalor Bhagyalakshmi H N

Abstract:– Cloud computing systems consume an outsized quantity of system resources; it’s still difficult to get correct results for question requests in a real-time manner. Due to space inefficiency and high complexity hierarchical addressing schemes fail to meet the wants of real time queries. So as to support real-time queries, hashing based information structures are widely utilized in constructing the index due to constant-scale addressing complexity and fast query response. Unfortunately hashing based information structures cause low space utilization, as well high latency risk of handling hashing collisions. Traditional techniques used in hash tables to deal with hash collisions include open addressing, chaining and coalesced hashing. Cuckoo hashing addresses hashing collisions via simple “kick-out” operations, which moves items among hash tables during insertion, rather than searching the linked list (i.e. hierarchical addressing).

Experimental Investigation on Behaviour of Natural Fibre Concrete (Sisal Fibre)

Authors:Asst.Prof. N.Saravanan, M.Buvaneshwari

Abstract:– Fibre reinforced concrete contains discontinuous discrete fibers along with cement, water, fine, coarse aggregate. Sisal fibre is generally used as the natural discrete fibres. It is extracted from the leaves of sisal plant. The concrete with sisal fibres are called as Sisal Fibre Reinforced Concrete (SFRC). The sisal fibre reinforced concrete can enhance many of the engineering properties of the basic materials, such as fracture toughness, flexural strength and resistance to fatigue, impact, thermal shock and spalling. In this project work, the general properties of the composites are described in relation to fibre content, length, strength and stiffness. The mix is designed for M30 grade concrete with w/c ratio of 0.52 .The mix ratio 1:1.92:3.24 is arrived as per IS code.10262:2009. The sisal fibre of 50mm length and 4 to12 μm. Diameter is used. The specimens are prepared by adding fibre content of 0.5%, 0.75%, 1.0%, 1.25%, 1.5% and 2% volume of concrete. Further specimens are to be cast for 2.5 % Volume of concrete. A total of 15 cubes, 15 cylinders, 15 prisms are cast for SFRC in addition to 3 cube, 3 cylinder and 3 prism specimens for conventional concrete. The Hardened concrete properties of cast specimens after 7 days of curing is tested and the results are compared with conventional concrete. The strength properties of SFRC is found to increase with increase in fibre content upto 1.5%. The results are yet to be found for fibre percentage above 1.5% whose casting is under progress. After that Optimum percentage of sisal fibre content will be founds.

A Review Article of Balancing Assembly Line Using Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm

Authors:Asst.Prof.Prakash Girwal, M.Tech.Scholar Nikhil Porwal

Abstract:– This review article presents the application of particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm for the simple assembly line balancing problem, SALBP-I. A new indirect encoding method for the solution of SALBP-I is developed to keep the feasibility of operation sequence. The particle that represents a feasible operation sequence is based on a smallest position value rule. Given the defined by a particle, the optimal assignment of the operations to the workstations is identified by an optimum seeking procedure with polynomial-time complexity. Then PSO is employed to find the optimum efficiently in the search space comprising the optimal assignments associated. The PSO algorithm is tested on a set of problems taken from the literature and compared with other approaches. The computation results show the effectiveness of the algorithm.

Novel Forced Stack based Power-on-Reset circuit for low energy application

Authors:M.Tech. Scholar Ishika Raj, Mr. Ashish Raghuwanshi

Abstract:–This novel article describes both the function of Power-on Reset (POR) and the strategies for low energy application, when used with dual-supply SoC’s. The article demonstrates why to avoid discrete PORs and PORs internal to processors. It concludes with explanations of voltage sequencing, voltage tracking, and reset sequencing. Design of a low-energy power-ON reset (POR) circuit is proposed to reduce the energy consumed by the stable supply of the dual supply static random access memory (SRAM) using FET devices, as the other supply is ramping up. The proposed design is based on stacking of pull-up and pull-down transistor in push-pull output stage also called sleepy approach to reduce the energy consumption of POR circuit. Proposed design offers 0.1735µs delay which is 8.2% lower than POR-LE while offers 1.2% higher power dissipation than POR-LE. But the multiplication of power and delay (is also called energy) is 7% smaller than POR-LE.

Chemical Reduction of Cu Nanoparticles on Tio2 Project Report

Authors: Sathiyanarayanan. D

Abstract:–The experiment focuses on the chemical reduction of Cu nanoparticles on TiO2 by using NaBH4 as a reducing agent. The experiment includes observation of the coat formed under the influence of various concentrations of CuSO4 on the same amount of TiO2. In this experiment, TiO2 is of known quantity (300mg) is added to 100ml of water and stirred. This is then followed by the addition of CuSO4. The solution of TiO2 and CuSO4 is then kept is ice bath and titrated against freshly prepared NaBH4 solution of known quantity, drop by drop while continuous stirring using a magnetic stirrer. Once the titration is complete, the solution is stirred with a magnetic stirrer for about 3 hours. The experiment is carried out for varying quantities of CuSO4. The final Cu coated TiO2 nanoparticles were subjected to XRD and the intensity with respect to the 2 theta and the absorbance with respect to wavelength was recorded. The alternative method to the reduction technique is the photo reduction which can be used to achieve similar coating. These coated nanoparticles can be further used in the procedure of separation of hydrogen from water.

A Survey on Smart Grid Load Balancing Techniques and Challenges

Authors: Asst.Prof.Ravi Kumar Rajalwal, Dr. Sameena Elyas Mubeen, Priyanka Shrivastava

Abstract:–The electric grid is radically evolving into the smart grid, which is characterized by improved energy efficiency of available resources. Here detail survey of different techniques of grid management for load balancing was discussed. This paper work presents an extensive survey of the existing load balancing techniques proposed so far. These techniques are applicable for various systems depending upon the needs of the computational Grid, the type of environment, resources, virtual organizations and job profile it is supposed to work with. Each of these models has its own merits and demerits which forms the subject matter of this survey. A detailed classification of various load balancing techniques based on different parameters has also been included in the survey.

Classification of the Brain Tumor Using PCA And PNN Classifier

Authors: Ms. Priyanka Suresh Avate

Abstract:–The proposed strategy gives thought regarding the characterization of cerebrum tumor write by utilizing PNN classifier and gives the kind of the tumor thus. Here we will utilize mind attractive reverberation pictures (MRI) as the information database. In the wake of utilizing different clamor expelling channels we will utilize picture division strategy to appropriately acquire the area of enthusiasm from the MRI mind picture. The Morphological activities are additionally done to evacuate some commotion parameters after division. The probabilistic neural system (PNN) classifier and standard part examination (PCA) is utilized to characterize the cerebrum tumor write. This classifier gives quick processing outcome when contrasted with other grouping techniques. The execution of the PNN classifier was assessed regarding preparing execution and arrangement exactnesses. Probabilistic Neural Network gives quick and exact grouping and is a promising instrument for characterization of the tumors

Fabrication of nano-fibrous silk scaffold for NTE (Neural Tissue Engineering)

Authors: M.Tech.Scholar Vipul Kumar, Shalini Priya

Abstract:–Tissue Engineering is a promising and emerging area in the field of medical science for treatment of irreparable injuries. It works in synchronization of scaffold and living entity. Silk has favorable characteristics to be used as a scaffold material. Scaffold made up of silk can provide better scope for treatment of neural disorders and injuries through the implications of basic principles of NTE (Neural Tissue Engineering).

Improvement Productivity in Balancing Assembly Line by using Pso Algorithm

Authors:M.Tech.Scholar Nikhil Porwal, Prof. Prakash Girwal

Abstract:–Assembly line balancing plays a crucial role in modern manufacturing companies in terms of the growth in productivity and reduction in costs. The problem of assigning tasks to consecutive stations in such a way that one or more objectives are optimized with subject to the required tasks, processing times and some specific constraints, is called Assembly Line Balancing (ALB). This research work focuses on optimization of product cost, Assembling time and Production Completed order with the help of PSO 30 days and 26 days data sets of a production industry. The present study also describes KANBAN withdrawal Methodology for production time period of 0.6 minutes only for single stage Assembly line.

An Overview of Cloud Computing

Authors:Harshad M. Kubade, Dr. Pallavi M.Chaudhari, Dr.Archana V.Potnurwar

Abstract:– Tissue Engineering is a promising and emerging area in the field of medical science for treatment of irreparable injuries. It works in synchronization of scaffold and living entity. Silk has favorable characteristics to be used as a scaffold material. Scaffold made up of silk can provide better scope for treatment of neural disorders and injuries through the implications of basic principles of NTE (Neural Tissue Engineering).

Determination of Heavy Metals in Ground Water of Raigarh District (C.G.)

Authors:M.Phil. Scholar Ram Kumar Mali, Asst. Prof.Rashmi Verma

Abstract:– The quality of water is important consideration is suggest criteria of purity of water. Water Quality is one of the most important concerns. Quality of water is an important criterion for evaluating the suitability of water for drinking and irrigation. Metal contamination in water is a major component in the determination of water quality. The heavy metals levels up to ppb levels in drinking water quality may cause savior health problems and also cause cancer. In this study, we made an attempt to know the concentration of six heavy metals in ground water in different locations of Raigarh District up to ppb levels. For this study, 4 groundwater samples were collected in April 2017 and preserved by addisamplesbdrops of nitric acid. These samples were subjected to analysis for four elements like Cd, Pb, Cu, Zn and Fe by using Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) (Laniyan et al.). The concentrations of these metals in the study area were compared with drinking water quality limits are given by the World Health Organization (WHO), 4th edition in 2011.

Study on Strength Parameters of Concrete by Using Plastic Waste as Partially Replacing Course Aggregates

Authors:Asst.Prof. Rudresh A N, Shoib Kha, Yogesh R, Ravikiran S Sagar, Mahesh P

Abstract:– The rapid industrialization and urbanization in the country leads lot of infrastructure development. This process leads to several problems like shortage of construction materials, increased productivity of wastes and other products. In this project waste plastics is used as partial replacement of course aggregates by increasing 0%, 2%, 4%, 6% and 8%.In this project fly ash is replaced by 35% of cement to this concrete to enhance the strength and workability of it. Tests was conducted on course aggregate, fine aggregates, cement and plastic to determine their physical properties. Casted concrete were tested for its compressive strength, tensile strength at 3, 7 and14 days. Concrete cylinders and beams were casted and tested for their strength after 28th day of curing of concrete as respective to the partially replaced plastic with coarse aggregates.

Utilization of Functional Fabric Fasteners

Authors: Ikra Salim

Abstract:– Fasteners simply a device which is used to affixes two or more gadget together.” This paper is based on experiments that shows, how effective use of functional fasteners in decorative way. Fasteners basically have a very functional role in a garment and used to close placket opening in proper way. Hook & Eye, button & buttonhole, snaps are some examples. In addition, other Fasteners serve as electric element to garment. Moreover It prominent the area of dress. The best example of decorative fasteners are frog, brooches, safety pins etc. This kind of fasteners close the placket opening on temporary basis along with create an emphasis in a garment. It is very obvious that such fasteners may easily designate the focal point in an outfit but, the functional fasteners can also perform tremendously in aesthetic way and with the help of them we can execute admirable product as well. The main purpose of functional fasteners are used to secure placket opening strongly but, here the interesting feature is that it can be used for making jewelry and surface ornamentation of garment. I know it is quite difficult to imagine how zipper fasteners can converted into beautiful necklace, finger ring , earring etc. but it’s possible. so, there are numerous ideas which has its own peculiarity and uniqueness.

A Review on Delay Tolerant Network Security Routing Protocol

Authors: M.Tech.Scholar Ritika Ujjaniya, Asst.Prof. Tanvi Khandelwal

Abstract:– Delay –disruption Tolerant networks are sparse wireless network which is recently being used by the existing /current network for the purpose to connect devices or the underdeveloped area of the world that works in challenging environment. Network security protocol is always required in any of the secure area, such as military. In DTN there majority of time does not exist the total path from resource to target which is leads to the difficulty of how to route the packet in such environment. Routing in such network is very difficult and for that different routing protocols are developed. In this Survey paper we discuss about various routing Strategy and at the end compared the different routing protocol with their various performance metrics.

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