International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science Engineering

International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science Engineering

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  • Publisher: MT Research & Educational Services
  • Country of publisher: india
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Nov/15

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This journal has '15' articles

Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator Based Wind Energy Conversion System

Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator Based Wind Energy Conversion System

Authors: Lalit Kumar Gautam, Mugdha Mishra
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Wind energy is one of the world’s fastest growing energy technologies. It is estimated that 16% of the world’s electricity will be harnessed from wind power by 2020. There are many loads (such as remote villages, islands, ships etc) that are away from the main grid. They require stand-alone generator system (which can provide constant nominal voltage and frequency) to provide for their local electrification. This requirement has lead to widespread research on development of new technologies for stand-alone generators. So this paper discuss about the recent research on Wind Energy Conversion System, the advancement of wind energy conversion system is permanent magnet synchronous generator based wind energy conversion system. PMSG based WECS have higher efficiency than other generator based wind energy conversion system. In this system, there are no requirements of gear box. Permanent Magnet Synchronous Generator excited by permanent magnet.

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Pull-in Voltage Analysis of Fixed Free Cantilever Beam

Pull-in Voltage Analysis of Fixed Free Cantilever Beam

Authors: Deeksha Chandola, Gaurav Garg
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This work focuses on the nonlinear dynamics of fixed-free cantilever beam under electrostatic actuation. Electro statically actuated micro devices experience a fundamental limit on their stable travel range due to a phenomenon called as the pull-in Instability. Accurate evaluation of the pull-in voltages is vital in the design of electro statically actuated MEMS devices. The design simulations of MEMS based micro-cantilever made up of single crystal silicon using FEM (COVENTERWARE) is done. The design of the cantilever structure have been optimized with finite element method based simulation in COVENTERWARE platform.

Keywords: MICROCANTILEVER, MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical System), COVENTERWARE, pull-in voltage, electrostatic actuators.
Design and Simulation of Dual Band Rectangular Patch Antenna

Design and Simulation of Dual Band Rectangular Patch Antenna

Authors: Amit Sharma, Vivek Mishra, Neeraj Kaushik, Amit Kumar Sharma, Joshua Madhukar Singh
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Today in the communication world patch antennas plays a big role due to its smaller dimensions. Today’s generation require applications on a single device. Here dual band antenna is being presented. The multiband small microstrip antenna can be easily fitted in to a device which can be used for various applications. Here first antenna is designed, slotted and simulations are carried out by using IE3D software [8]. Return loss, Directivity, Radiation efficiency are the various properties observed after carrying out simulations. Here Neltec NX 9240 epoxy substrate material with dielectric constant 2.4 is used.

Keywords: Rectangular Patch Antenna, Directivity, Radiation Efficiency, Return Loss.
Miscellaneous Survey on Biometric Authentication System Based on Palmprint and Face Recognition

Miscellaneous Survey on Biometric Authentication System Based on Palmprint and Face Recognition

Authors: Ajinkya Patil
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Reliability in the personal authentication is key to the security in the networked society.Many physiological characteristics of humans,i.e.biometrics, are typically time invariant,easy to acquire, and unique for every individual. Biometric features such as face, iris, fingerprint, hand geometry, palmprint, signature, etc. have been suggested for the securityin access control. Palmprint and face recognition has been investigated critically in this paper. Many different algorithms for recognition have been addressed in this paper along with its advantages and disadvantages. This paper provides an overview of current palmprint and face research, describing in particular capture devices, preprocessing, verification algorithms. Finally some advantages of multimodal biometric fusion are stated.

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A Review on Particle Swarm Optimization Its Classification &Variants

A Review on Particle Swarm Optimization Its Classification &Variants

Authors: Priyanka Chauhan, Akash Tayal
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This paper gives a chronological overview of optimization techniques available. In optimization problems tuning of input variable is done as to minimize objective function to achieve output and target by iteration. A comparative analysis of various inertia weight and acceleration variants of particle swarm optimization is also presented along with simulated results using MATLAB.

Keywords: Linearly decreasing inertia weight (LDIW), Particle swarm optimization (PSO), chaotic sequence inertia weight (CSIW), Simulated annealing inertia weight (SAIW), Craziness based Particle Swarm Optimization (CRPSO), NICHE SWARM
Landslide Detection Techniques: A Survey

Landslide Detection Techniques: A Survey

Authors: Yuga Hare, Rambabu Vatti, Rajeshwari Dande, Pooja Vinchurkar
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Landslide is a physical phenomenon in which large amount of rock debris break or slide down the slope leading to destruction of large natural as well as material losses along with lives of many people. Massive losses are caused by landslides in different parts of world. In India landslide is popular phenomena of Himalayan region and southern Nilgiri Mountains. Such losses could be avoided if proper intelligence system is present which could inform about the event in advance or at least give information about landslide trigger factors like water content in soil, tectonic activity, disturbance frequency of anthropogenic activates, litho logy and various others. In this paper different landslide detection techniques are discussed.

Keywords: Landslide Detection, Sensors, Satellite, Images, Monitering.
Voice Controlled Electrical Appliances

Voice Controlled Electrical Appliances

Authors: Ankita Kumar, Astha Mishra
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In this paper a project is presented in which electrical appliances are controlled through human voice. This project is built on visual basic software through which we develop a front panel showing the status of the electrical appliances .Microcontroller 8951 is used in the project to convert the serial incoming data to parallel and compare the baud rate. LED’s are connected in parallel form as electrical appliances. Command through mike is given into the PC. A TTL to USB convertor is used as an interface between pc and the hardware. LED connected glows according to the command given by the user through voice.

Keywords: Visual basics, Microcontroller 8951, LED, TTL to USB convertor, Voice.
Enhancing Security in Cloud Computing Using Multilevel Authentication

Enhancing Security in Cloud Computing Using Multilevel Authentication

Authors: Yogesh Patel, Nidhi Sethi
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The proposed work aims to enhance authorization and authentication process by using multilevel authentication to protect cloud from malicious user and unauthorized access, implement security measure to protect data of users stored in cloud environment. It will also provide service level security. Also user based access control is applied over user's data so that user can grant, revoke sharing permission at any point according to individual user. The data is removed completely along with access permissions as soon as owner of file request's to remove the file. The web application is HTTPS enabled.

Keywords: Multilevel Authentication, Service Level Security, User Based Access Control
Motive Control for Two Axes of a Radar Station

Motive Control for Two Axes of a Radar Station

Authors: Nguyen Nhu Hien
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Radars are primarily used to detect and identify moving objects, so the multi-axis drive system is one of the most important parts that directly affect the quality and versatility of the radar station. In the problem of control of the two axes of the radar station, we always need to consider many things at the same time such as variable dynamic parameters, the movement of one axis affected by the other, the requirement for accurate traction, the need for wave interference. An adaptive robust control designed to satify the quality requirement, with flexible structure which reduces the amount of computation is proposed in this paper.

Keywords: Radar, MIMO, Adaptive Control, Robust Control, Adaptive Robust Control
Development and Computerization of an Electronic Identification System (eID) for Edo State Polytechnic, Nigeria

Development and Computerization of an Electronic Identification System (eID) for Edo State Polytechnic, Nigeria

Authors: Omoruyi Sylvester, Asikhia Obokhai, Idiata David, Oviawe Cedric
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The computerise electronic identification system is a system design to enable us assign electronic identification code to every staff and student for effective monitoring and management of staff and students by the institutions. This process was achieved by using a passive card (MIFARE, ISO 14443 A) for the identity card and a Total Wireless Reader (TWR PRO) as the RFID reader. The Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 was use to develop the Graphic User Interface environment (GUI). The C# programming language was used to implement the system and the .NET frame work 4.5 is used for the frame work. The Microsoft access database was used because of its portability The database was created by entering the individual data into the system and this information was used to generate electronic Id which was encoded in the chip contained in the passive card by placing the card close to the Rfid device. The accuracy of the system was tested by selecting 36 students with their passive identity cards and ask them to go into the classroom were the Rfid have been set up and the system was able to read the cards and generate report within five minutes.

Keywords: eID, RFID, Data, Computerization, Auto ID, Frequency, Radio Waves
Modeling for Speed Control of Induction Motor in Subsea Applications

Modeling for Speed Control of Induction Motor in Subsea Applications

Authors: Abhishek Dhaigude, Anish Yadav, Naval Kedar, Nitin Deshmukh
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Oil/Gas offshore extraction involves long feeders being used to supply power to Induction motors. Modeling previously was done ignoring effects of long feeders and line parameters. We design a model considering Long feeder effects and use of inverter output filters. We considered Field oriented control technique. Due to subsea applications we implement control technique at stator side itself. Stator values are measured and then transformed from three phase to 2 phase values using Clarke transform blocks. Long feeder is modelled as a π-model equivalent considering lump parameters.LC filter is used at inverter output to improve output response. Transformed values are fed to the designed controller which again feeds signal to inverter via SVPWM. Simulation and experiments show that model can be effectively controlled from stator side, LC filter helps to obtain a near sinusoidal output response and also helps to reduce harmonics and dv/dt rising of output voltage.

Keywords: Induction Motor, Sensor Less Control, LC Filter
Detection and Classification of Lung Cancer Stages using Image Processing Techniques

Detection and Classification of Lung Cancer Stages using Image Processing Techniques

Authors: Nwe Ni Kyaw, Kyawt Kyawt Htay, Hanni Htun, Kyaw Kyaw Naing, Phyu Myo Thwe
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In current days, image processing techniques are widely used in many medical areas for improving earlier detection and treatment stages, especially in various cancer nodules such as the lung cancer, breast cancer, brain cancer and so on. This paper shows the detection and classification of lung cancer stages based on CT Scan Images. The median filter algorithm is used for image processing. In this paper, morphological operations are used to detect lung cancer nodule. And then, extracts low-level features from the detected nodule. This paper uses seven features area, perimeter, eccentricity and four texture features using Gray-level Co-occurrence Matrix (GLCM). Finally, the extracted features from the detected regions are given as input to 3-layer Artificial Neural Network (ANN) classifier to classify the detected lung cancer nodule into stages. Diagnosis is mostly based on CT (computed tomography) images. The lung cancer CT scan images for each stage obtain from the internet.

Keywords: Preprocessing, Morphological Operations, Gray Level Co-occurrence Matrix, Artificial Neural Network
Optimal DG Placement in Radial Distribution System with Various Load Clusters

Optimal DG Placement in Radial Distribution System with Various Load Clusters

Authors: S. Ghousul Azam, A. Lakshmi Devi
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A new methodology is developed for addressing the optimal DG placement problem (OPDG) in practical distribution system. The method takes all the possible load models and their combination. Using load clustering, load flow results are presented taking exponential models of each individual load model into account. This method closely resembles any practical distribution system and the analysis can be extended to real time case studies also. In this scenario, the optimal DG placement is considered by taking minimum voltage as a criteria for DG placement and sizing was determined by using PSO for total real power loss minimization. The proposed method was applied on standard IEEE 69 bus system and the results were demonstrated. The results demonstrate that besides the total real power loss minimization, incorporating DG also improved voltage profile and reduced reactive power loss also.

Keywords: Distributed Generator (DG), Load Flow, Load Clustering, Load Modelling, Radial Distribution System
Using Grey Models for Forecasting Vietnam’s Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Renewable Energy Consumption and Economic Growth Trends

Using Grey Models for Forecasting Vietnam’s Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Renewable Energy Consumption and Economic Growth Trends

Authors: Hung Nguyen Chi
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This paper analyzes and forecasts of carbon dioxide (CO2 ) emissions, renewable energy consumption, and gross domestic product (GDP) for Vietnam during the period of 2010 to 2019. These three variables are important factors that affect the energy efficiency, economic growth as well as climate change in Vietnam. Thus, this paper employs the grey prediction models including GM (1,1) and DGM (1,1) to predict three variables. According to forecasting results, the CO2 emissions of Vietnam will grow by 3 %, the renewable energy consumption is not increase significantly, and the GDP is forecasted to increase 5% in 2019 compared with 2010. The study provides policy makers with useful information in finding the solutions to improve energy efficiency, economic growth and environmental protection in Vietnam.

Keywords: CO2 Emissions, Renewable Energy Consumption, Economic Growth, Grey Models
Non Destructive Evaluation of Trace Elements in Quail (Coturnix Coturnix) Eggs using Color Image Analysis

Non Destructive Evaluation of Trace Elements in Quail (Coturnix Coturnix) Eggs using Color Image Analysis

Authors: Ousman Boukar, Abdoul Yaya Yayafanta, Alban Ngatchou, Gamraïkréo Djaowe, Laurent Bitjoka
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This paper introduces the nondestructive prediction of the concentration in trace elements of the quail Coturnix coturnix eggs by color image processing. First, the evaluation of zinc, chrome and magnesium elements of quail eggs was done by atomic absorption spectroscopy. Secondly, algorithms for the determination of the color co-occurrence matrix and Haralick attributes extraction were implemented. Then, eggs were classified according to these attributes and their concentration in trace elements.The obtained results showed that quail Coturnix coturnix eggs are grouped in three distinct classes. They have been determined by evaluating the aspect of the eggshell (Haralick attributes) to deduce the concentration in trace elements of the egg. The attributes f5 (homogeneity), f7 (variance of sums), and f12 (correlation information) are respectively strongly correlated to the zinc, chrome and the magnesium concentrations. Eggs with different shells have shown a different composition in trace elements.

Keywords: Quail Eggs (Coturnix Coturnix), Trace Elements, Digital Color Image Processing

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