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Volume-3 Issue-9, July 2015, ISSN:  2319–6378 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd. 

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Dipali B. Patil, Rajan L. Wankhade, P. K. Deshpande

Paper Title:

Geometric Nonlinear Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates Using Finite Element Method

Abstract:  Finite Element Analysis for geometrically nonlinear behavior of laminated composite plates is presented and compared with the reported investigations. A first order displacement field that accounts for transverse shear effects under geometric nonlinear condition is employed in the formulation of a four node, rectangular, element with five degrees of freedom per node. The formulation demonstrates its excellence in the performance for predicting response at various lay ups and plies conditions.

Finite element method, plates and shells, geometric non linear analysis, composites.


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V. Ramanath

Paper Title:

Implementation of Improved Face Recognition Technique for Car Ignition Access Control Using Raspberry Pi Microcontroller

Abstract:  This paper focuses on the use of face recognition technique for Car ignition, as opposed to the natural method of using keys. Face recognition is a fast increasing, interesting area in real time applications .The face recognition methodology enables face recognition of valid users of the vehicle to be enrolled in a database. Before any user can access the car, the image of his face is matched against the faces in the database. The users with no match in the database are prevented from accessing the vehicle. Haar features are used for object detection and Principal Component Analysis is used for face recognition. This work is implemented on Raspberry Pi microcontroller and this is very low cost system.

 Raspberry Pi, GSM Module, Open CV, QT creator, Haar Features and Principal Component Analysis.


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Abhishek Ranjan, Nilima

Paper Title:

Cost Effective Optical Millimeter Wave Generation for Radio Over Fiber System

Abstract:   There is continuous growth in demand of internet traffic among end users for various applications. This results in overcrowding and interference of data at microwave region. Numerous research is being carried out in the field of broadband technology to achieve high performance and high data rate, as with the increase in demand of application and various high bandwidth application at the end user terminal is a stress over data rate. Increased interference leads to deterioration in network performance. A promising solution to this problem, is integration of network evolved from wireless and optical fiber network at very high frequency in millimeter (mm) wave range such as 60GHz - 70GHz to cope up the need of bandwidth which result in increased mobility and provide large instantaneous bandwidth. There is a need of shifting frequency of operation to high frequency region in mm. As the propagation characteristics such as reflection, refraction and scattering are less at high frequency, high frequency of operation at mm wave can be proved to be a promising solution to provide high data rate with enhanced performance. In this project four technologies for increasing the bandwidth of network with decrease in cost of system were reviewed .Including photonic mm wave generation using based on external intensity modulation and non-linear effects in fiber using principal of frequency quadrupling and sextupling. From all these four different proposed techniques we conclude that dual-parallel MZM is the most cost effective and promising solution for frequency quadrupling and copes with the increasing frequency demand in the market.

  Fiber, Frequency, Optical, LED, BER, Performance, Photonic, modulator.


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Amit Moray, Preeti Singh

Paper Title:

Optimization of Cutting Forces and Surface Roughness for Turning Process of Glass Fiber Fein forced Polymer (GFRP) using Taguchi Method

Abstract:  Machining Fiber Reinforced Polymers (FRPs) is different in many aspects from machining metals. FRPs are inhomogenous materials that consist of distinctly different phases. The reinforcement fibres are strong and brittle while the polymer matrix is ductile and weak. This paper deals with the study of machinability of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer (GFRP) composite tubes. The experiment were conducted on a DRO pioneer -175 lathe machine using three different cutting tool: Cemented Carbide, Cubic Boron Nitride(CBN), Poly-Crystalline Diamond(PCD). The experiments were conducted according to Taguchi’s Design of Experiments L9 orthogonal array. The cutting parameters considered were cutting speed, feed rate and depth of cut. The results were measured in terms of cutting forces and surface roughness.

ANOVA, GFRP composite material, cutting force and surface roughness.


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Noor Safaa, Wedian Hadi

Paper Title:

Design PID Controller for Controlling the Methane Gas Cylinder to Provide the Gas for Internal Consumption Generator

Abstract:   In this paper we will concern on how to build the controlling system depend on the Ideal PID Matching with Ziegler-Nichole controller Tuning for enhanced the work and then will applied this system on the Methane gas cylinder input for control on the size of the gas inside the cylinder depend on the Maximum size level and its range around 3.8325m3 .The controller Tuning build by Matlab Simulink Model and the ZN-PID controller applied with the help of closed loop, third order transfer function build in Matlab Simulink block with step ramp block as an input and PID controller simulink block the block will run as a close loop transfer function to enhanced the input error   with help of Ziegler Nichols controller and reduce the overshoot completely and provided a good tuning. This controlling method can be used for control on the output power distributed to the different loads. 

PID,  Ziegler Nichols, Methane Gas

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Mushreq Abdulhussain Shuriji, Wedian Hadi Abd AL Ameer

Paper Title:

Wireless Electrical Power Transmission via Microwave Link

Abstract:   Wireless communication technology has changed and expanded within these few years at an incredible rate, in particularly wireless power transmission. The aim of this research is to carry out a proposed system design to transmit the electrical power wirelessly using microwave link. In conclusion, wireless power transmission system has been presented and discussed. Furthermore, the proposed system can transmitted the electrical power optimally within 200-300m wirelessly. Besides, the results from the proposed system design provides a guideline for engineers to design a wireless power transmission system between the substations.

Microwave Link, Wireless power, Wireless power Transmission, Witricity.


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