International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology (IJRASET)

International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology (IJRASET)

Basic info

  • Publisher: International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology (IJRASET)
  • Country of publisher: india
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2017/May/21

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Engineering, Applied Linguistics
  • Publisher's keywords: Applied Science, Engineering Technology
  • Language of fulltext: english
  • Full-text formats available: PDF

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  • Article Processing Charges (APCs): Yes 50 USD
  • Submission charges: No
  • Waiver policy for charges? No

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Open access & licensing

  • Type of License: CC BY-NC
  • License terms
  • Open Access Statement: Yes
  • Year open access content began: 2013
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? False
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? False

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This journal has '5163' articles

A Study on Construction of RC Shear Walls for Multi-Storied Residential Building

A Study on Construction of RC Shear Walls for Multi-Storied Residential Building

Authors: A. Shiva Shankar, S. Sunil Prathap Reddy
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

Shear wall systems are one of the most commonly used lateral load resisting systems in high-rise buildings. Shear walls have very high in plane stiffness and strength, which can be used to simultaneously resist large horizontal loads and support gravity loads, making them quite advantageous in many structural engineering applications. There are lots of literatures available to design and analyze the shear wall. However, the decision about the location of shear wall in multistory building is not much discussed in any literatures. In this paper, therefore, main focus is to determine the solution for shear wall location in multistory building. A RCC building of six story placed in Hyderabad subjected to earthquake loading in zone-II is considered. An earthquake load is calculated by seismic coefficient method using IS 1893 (PART-1):2002. A study has been carried out to determine the strength of RC shear wall of a multistoried building by changing shear wall location. Three different cases of shear wall position for a 6 storey building have been analyzed. Incorporation of shear wall has become inevitable in multi-store building to resist lateral forces.

Keywords: A Study on Construction, RC Shear Walls, Multi-Storied Residential Building
Serum Vitamin D in Chronic Periodontitis

Serum Vitamin D in Chronic Periodontitis

Authors: Ghalaut P, Bala J, Singh A, Bhatia A, Ghalaut VS, Saurabh K
( 16 downloads)
Abstract

Background Vitamin D is a lipid soluble vitamin also called as sunshine vitamin as it is synthesized in skin by exposure to ultraviolet rays. It is mainly required for bone growth, calcium metabolism, cellular growth and differentiation, immunity and cardiovascular function. In periodontitis systemic release of proinflmmatory cytokines occurs at accelerated rate resulting in enhanced systemic bone resorption.

Keywords: Vitamin D, chronic periodontitis, infections, VDR
Exogenous Foliar Application of Phenolic Acids on Quality Constituents of Tea

Exogenous Foliar Application of Phenolic Acids on Quality Constituents of Tea

Authors: Shalini. D, RajKumar. R
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

Exogenous foliar application of phenolic acid could alter the biochemical composition and enhance the antioxidant potential there by protect the living organisms from oxidative injuries. Though the reports on foliar application of phenolics in relation to stress are available their role on quality constituents are lacking in crop plants and in particular, the beverage crop, tea. A phenolic acids like salicylic acid (SA), cinnamic acid (CA) and p-coumaric acid (PCA) were applied individually at various concentrations (100, 250 and 500 ppm) in order to document the changes in the quality constituents of tea crop. When compared to control all the treatments, significantly increased the contents of green leaf polyphenols and flavanoids and corresponding enzymes under field conditions.

Keywords: Phenolic acid, Antioxidant, Catechin
An Expert System Tool for Diagnosis of Fever

An Expert System Tool for Diagnosis of Fever

Authors: Amulya D, Bhavya Davuluri, Aprana S, Sunil M
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

Now a day’s many people are suffering from fever. It is not that easy to identify the type and symptoms of the fever. To know about the fever the patient as to undergo various lab test, using test report he doctor will give the treat The entire process of diagnosing the fever is maintained as document searching information about a particular patient as well as to find out the most common place where this disease is spreading and how many people are facing similar kind of fever is a difficult task.We are proposing an expert system tool which accepts the input given by the patient and based on the input the doctor (expert tool) suggest the lab test if necessary. Based on the input and necessary lab test report the system generates the treatment to the patient the system also records the information about the patient, the treatment given by the doctor in the database for future purpose The system also generates the report about number of patients suffering from the disease, disease from particular place etc.

Keywords: expert system, fever, symptoms
Security in Cloud Computing - A Review

Security in Cloud Computing - A Review

Authors: Ruchi ., Ms. Kompal Ahuja
( 17 downloads)
Abstract

In modern computing, Cloud computing is an important part of any small or large organization. Today cloud computing can be considered as a service, similar to the way that electricity is considered a service in urban areas. A cloud user can utilize different computing resources (e.g. network, storage, software application), whenever required, without being concerned with the complex underlying technology and infrastructure architecture. The most important feature is that the computing resources are available whenever they are needed. Additionally, users pay only for the resource they actually use. As a result, cloud users can easily scale their information technology infrastructure, based on their business policy and requirements. However, there is often a lack of security when realizing such cloud-based solutions. In the longer term, the problems caused by this lack of security might inhibit companies from taking advantage of cloud-based solutions. This paper provides literature review on various methods for implementing security in cloud environment.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Cloud computing Services, Malware Attack
Partially Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Asbestos Sheet Waste in Concrete

Partially Replacement of Coarse Aggregate with Asbestos Sheet Waste in Concrete

Authors: Pappu Sharma, Parveen Berwal
( 17 downloads)
Abstract

In this constructed environment, the rising prizes of building construction materials are the factor of great worry. The coarse aggregates are the main ingredients used in concrete. We all want that our structure must be strong, stable and should build with the construction material of reasonable prizes. Every construction industry totally trust on cement, aggregates whether it is coarse or fine for the production of concrete. In this research, we have replaced the coarse aggregate partially by using asbestos cement sheet waste. It is a waste material so by using asbestos sheet waste as a replacement we can solve the problems of price rising. Therefore, we have planned to prepare some number of cubes using asbestos sheet waste at various proportions like 0%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% by weight of coarse aggregate. The properties for fresh concrete are tested for compressive strength at the age of 7 and 14 days.

Keywords: OPC 53 Grade, Coarse Aggregate, Fine Aggregate, Asbestos Sheet Waste, Water, Concrete
Surveying Techniques and Development of Authentication Key in Smart-Devices

Surveying Techniques and Development of Authentication Key in Smart-Devices

Authors: Shubhangi Kotkar, Balbhim Bansode
( 16 downloads)
Abstract

In today's digital era of technology secure authentication is the basic need of every smart system. As the information security is the prime need of today’s systems so the authentication is the basic step of the process of authentication for the confidentiality of information. In this paper different authentication techniques and their development are given. Also we have described the comparison of them. The form of password from it’s simple to complex form is described.

Keywords: Alphanumeric authentication, graphical authentication, biometric authentication, securing password, information security
A Totally New Approach Towards Describing Gravity and hence Quantum Gravity

A Totally New Approach Towards Describing Gravity and hence Quantum Gravity

Authors: Muhammad Ghulam Khuwajah Khan
( 17 downloads)
Abstract

What is gravity? Is it curving of spacetime due to the presence of energy, momentum? In order to make a quantum mechanical model of gravity we need to change our thoughts about what gravity. We need to forget about spacetime for a moment. We need to empty ourselves in order to grasp the information I am about to give you right know. Gravity can be explained simply by the volume of the space occupied by the object for example Earth. Now let’s imagine that the earth is hollow. We know that there will be space inside as well as outside the Earth since there is no matter present either inside or outside. Now I fill the volume of the Earth. What will happen? The matter that will be filled inside the hollow Earth will occupy the space inside and hence the volume of space that is within the Earth will be forced to come out. Now because the space is pushed out, it will take the position of the space just present outside the Earth and hence the space which is just above the Earth’s surface will be replaced by the space which was once inside the Earth. Now there is one thing to be noted and that is the space that comes out of the Earth has the same volume as of Earth. The Earth has a volume of 1.0831 x 1012 km3 and this is the space-volume or the volume of space that will be released when the Earth is filled. Now to contain this amount of space-volume in a sphere its radius should be nearly 6370 km. But in this case we will calculate what should be the radius of the sphere to contain twice the volume of the Earth since one is the volume of Earth itself and the other is the space-volume of Earth which was once inside the Earth and is now surrounding it and therefore we can say that, ૝࢘࣊3/૜ = ૛ࢂE (ࢂE is the volume of Earth) And hence the calculations reveal that the radius of the sphere should be 8027 km and now we need to subtract the radius of the Earth to get the height in which the volume of Earth can accommodate above the surface of the Earth and the answer comes out to be 1656 km. Now the volume of space which was surrounding the Earth during the time Earth was hollow will now get displaced as its position has been now accommodated by the space-volume of Earth itself. Now we can calculate the radius for thrice the volume of Earth and subtract 8027 km from it and the result is 1161 km. That means now the volume of Earth can be contained in a height of 1161 km above 8027 km. In the similar manner this chain of displacing space-volume will continue and every time the space is displaced it will have the same space-volume as Earth does and hence each displacement would be smaller compared to the previous one as we saw in the above example. Finally the chain will come to an end when the space will get displaced by Planck Length marking the ࡳSOI of the Earth since the space will not be able to displace itself after that, assuming it to be the cosmic limit of length. Hence the volume of space at that point will be twice the volume of Earth since one is the space-volume of Earth that is already present whereas the other one is the displaced space-volume of Earth. Therefore we can see that this part of space has 6 dimensions.

Keywords: A Totally New Approach, Towards Describing, Gravity, hence Quantum Gravity
Design and Analysis of Composite Truss Structure for Space Borne Payloads

Design and Analysis of Composite Truss Structure for Space Borne Payloads

Authors: Shubham V. Rupani, Shivang S. Jani, Rahul Dev, Dr. G.D. Acharya, Neeraj Mathur
( 17 downloads)
Abstract

Structure of space borne payload serves as load carrying member and is responsible to meet functional and stability requirement of various sensitive instruments. These structures need to survive launch loads and in orbit thermal expansions. When spacecraft is launched, it undergo excessive vibration and inertia forces. Hence designed mechanical structure should be stiff enough and natural frequency of the overall structure should not match with excitation frequency to avoid resonance. In this research work, structure configuration has been developed for payload. Most of the structure components are designed to be made of composite materials to minimize weight. Payload integration module is made from honeycomb sandwich panels and truss is made from carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP) struts and metallic end fittings. Design considerations for laminate layup sequence has been discussed. Target Natural frequency of 50 Hz has been achieved. Structure for a space borne payload is deigned and analyzed in FEA tools.

Keywords: Mechanical structure, space borne payloads, composite, truss structure, FEA
Development and Validation of Robotic Kinematic Solver for Industrial Application using Matlab

Development and Validation of Robotic Kinematic Solver for Industrial Application using Matlab

Authors: Mrunal Vaze, Sanjana Shinde, Santosh Joshi
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

This paper aims to formulate the robotic kinematic solver for performing forward kinematic analysis using the D-H parameters, for all types of robotic manipulators with varying degrees of freedom. This solver created in MATLAB R2014b evaluates the end-effector matrix resulting from the input given by the user. It also gives the overall transformation matrix in symbolic form which gives a better understanding of the relationship between various joints, links and the end-effector positions. The solver developed has been validated using Stanford manipulator and can hence be used for various industrial robotic applications.

Keywords: forward kinematics, Stanford manipulator, Denavit-Hartenberg parameters, industrial robotics, symbolic toolbox
Implementation of Full Adder using Cmos Logic

Implementation of Full Adder using Cmos Logic

Authors: Ravika Gupta
( 17 downloads)
Abstract

this paper gives an insight into the use of Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) logic which can be made use of to implement various circuits, both combinational and sequential. In this paper, full adder, having three inputs is simulated with the help of P Spice software, and the output waveforms are recorded. CMOS ICs have gained recognition all over the world ,due to its power handling capacity, small size and increased speed.

Keywords: CMOS, Full Adder, MOSFET, Net-list, P Spice
Numerical Modeling and Comparative Analysis with Experimental Study of Four Stoke CI Engine using Preheated Neem Bio Diesel

Numerical Modeling and Comparative Analysis with Experimental Study of Four Stoke CI Engine using Preheated Neem Bio Diesel

Authors: Kundan Kumar, Vardan Singh Nayak
( 16 downloads)
Abstract

Compression ignition engines are used in many areas to support the logistical activities associated with industry. Diesel powered locomotives and heavy-duty trucks move unprocessed commodities, chemicals, intermediate materials between manufacturing processes, and finished goods to the places in which they are all needed. Diesel also plays a considerable role mitigating the problems of waste management. Heavy mobile equipment moves wastes such as plastics, metals, and wastes to large bailing and compacting machines and other processing equipment. Different type of fuels are used for many applications in industry especially the alternate fuels are more popular now a days because they are cheaper and easily available as compare to conventional fuels. Maximum EGT is reached at brake power of 25.42 kW for all fuels. In experimental results the Maximum EGT found with highest preheating temp. (105 °C) is 425 °C, 414 °C, 420 °C and 434 °C for diesel, B20, B40 and B100 fuels respectively.B20, B40 and B100 fuel with different preheating temperature show reduction in exhaust gas temperature by 2.5%, 1.1% and 1.8% respectively compared to diesel fuel. CFD simulation results show excellent comparison with experimental Results which are the motive main goal of the present work.

Keywords: CFD, Alternate fuels, Bio diesel, Neem oil, CI Engine, Ansys (Fluent)
Smart Traffic Control System Based on Image Processing

Smart Traffic Control System Based on Image Processing

Authors: Chirag Thakkar, Rajesh Patil
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

In today’s life we are facing many problems one of which is traffic congestion becoming more serious day after day. The major reason leading to traffic jam is the high number of vehicle which was caused by the population and the development of economy. Currently, traffic lights are automatically getting ON and OFF depending on the timer value changes. In this, time is being wasted by a green light on an empty road which can be utilized on some other lane. These frequent traffic problems like traffic jams have led to the rise of the need for an efficient traffic management method. Possible Solution is dynamic allocation of time to different lanes on signals. This paper demonstrates about a project that design a smart traffic control system based on image processing in MATLAB with GUI using GUIDE. In this, traffic density of lanes is calculated using image processing which is done of images of lanes that are captured using digital camera. After image acquisition, image undergoes various image pre-processing, image enhancement and edge detection techniques. At last, image matching of detected edges is done using pixel by pixel method. According to this matching percentage, decision is to be taken for the dynamic allocation of time to different lanes.

Keywords: Image Pre-processing, Image enhancement, Edge detection, Traffic density analysis, Graphical User Interface (GUI)
Efficient Dynamic Data Flow and Black Hole Detection in Manet

Efficient Dynamic Data Flow and Black Hole Detection in Manet

Authors: A. Vanathi, A.S.S.D. Toyaza
( 16 downloads)
Abstract

In Wireless networks, when data packets are being transferred between nodes from a specified node to destination, then source node checks for shortest path to reach destination. In this approach there may be a possibility of occurring attack called BLACKHOLE attack. In Black Hole attack, source node sends Route Request (RREQ) to its neighbor nodes to know which node contains shortest path to reach destination. So malicious node sends Route Reply (RREP) to source node that it has a valid route to destination and then responds with False Route Reply (RREP). Then Source node transmits data to the destination through this malicious node. Then the malicious node absorbs or drops the data packets that are destined for destination. In this, an approach is proposed to detect the malicious node along with Routing tables. It can also show the metric analysis like packets sent, packets Received, Dropped Packets etc. A Runtime frame work for dynamic data flow using Network Simulator2 (ns2) has been proposed to implement black hole attack.

Keywords: MANET, AODV, Black Hole Attack, Network Simulator 2, AWK
Wardowski Type Fixed Point Theorems in Complete Metric Spaces

Wardowski Type Fixed Point Theorems in Complete Metric Spaces

Authors: Dr C Vijender
( 18 downloads)
Abstract

In this paper, we state and prove Wardowski type fixed point theorems in metric space by using a modified generalized F-contraction maps. These theorems extend other well-known fundamental metrical fixed point theorems in the literature (Dung and Hang in Vietnam J. Math. 43:743-753, 2015 and Piri and Kumam in Fixed Point Theory Appl. 2014:210, 2014, etc.).

Keywords: fixed point, metric space, F-contraction

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