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Volume-5 Issue-6, June 2018, ISSN: 2319–6378 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd.

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Authors:

Mousa K. Wali, Zahra Qasim

Paper Title:

Comparison of Implementations between Haar Wavelet Transform and FFT on FPGA

Abstract: This research presents a design for both Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) and Fast Discrete wavelet transform (FDWT) by using the simplest algorithms in their respective design. Both the Haar wavelet and Decimation in Frequency implementations were performed. The performance of these two transformations was verified through their implementation using both VHDL and Xilinx System Generator (XSG) applied by MATLAB version R2012a and ISE design suite version 14.6.Finally, the difference between them is shown by comparing the speed of performance and signal processing in addition to the size of the design. 

Keywords: FFT, FDWT, Simulink, VHDL 

References:

  1. Mousa Wali K., Murugappan M., mathematical implementation of hybrid fast fourier transform and discrete wavelet transform for developing graphical user interface using visual basic for signal processing applications, Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, Volume: 12, August 2012.
  2. Sifuzzaman M, Islam MR, Application of wavelet transform and its advantages compared to Fourier transform, J Phys Sci 13:121134, 2009.
  3. Mallat S, A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing, Academic Press, New York, 1999.
  4. Valens C, A Really Friendly Guide to Wavelets, 1999.
  5. Mohamed Mahmoud I., Moawad Dessouky I. M., Comparison between Haar and Daubechies Wavelet Transformions on FPGA Technology, Proceedings of world academy of science, ISSN: 1307-6884, Volume 20, April 2007.
  6. Rao K.R., Kim D.N., Fast Fourier Transform: Algorithms and Applications, Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg London New York, ISSN: 1860-4862, 2010.
  7. André Kokkeler, Implementation of Fixed-Point FFT (512, 1K, 2K, 4K) on FPGA, University of Twente, the Netherlands, November, 18, 2010.
  8. Nuo Li, ASIC FFT Processor for MB-OFDM UWB System, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science Delft University of Technology , 2008.
  9. Francis Edward Nicklous,The Design Simulation And Synthesis Of A Pipelined Vhdl Floating-Point Radix-4 Fast Fourier Transform Data Path, Temple University, August, 2010.

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Authors:

Gaurav Abhyankar, Akshay Tambe, Namrata Nagdeo, D. R. Shende

Paper Title:

Endurance Testing of Engine Oil Pump

Abstract: Test benches are used to verify the correctness or soundness of a design or model. In the context of hardware engineering, a test bench refers to an environment in which the product under development is tested with the aid of software and hardware tools. This machine enables to conduct performance test of Oil Pump for given test parameters. Special fixture is designed for quick mounting/clamping of pump under test. The Motor RPM is varied using VFD to change the pump speed.

Keywords: Endurance Test, HMI (Human Machine Interface), Impulse Test, Oil Pump Test Bench, PLC(Programmable Logic Controller), RPM (Revolutions per minute), Speed swipe, VFD(Variable Frequency Drive).

References:

  1. Nilesh B. Totla, Siddhesh S. Arote, Sagar L. Chaudhari, Ashish A. Dange, Onkar R. Kattimani; “Vane Pump Test Rig”, IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE).
  2. Catherine Eileen Fratarcangeli B.S., Mechanical Engineering, GMI Engineering and Management Institute, (1992) “A Study of Fuel Pump Performance Testing and its Implications on Product Acceptability”.
  3. Bingsheng and C. Chaozhi, “Hydraulic Monitoring System Based on LabVIEW,” in Intelligent Information Technology Application, 2008. IITA ’08. Second International Symposium on, 2008, pp. 254-258.
  4. Carlos Eduardo Valentim, Manoel Escobedo Fernandez, Douglas Lauria, “Development of a hydraulic flow pump test bench”.
  5. Richard K. Tessmann, P.E., “Qualification of Hydraulic Fluid through Pump Testing”

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Authors:

Shitole Pankaj, Bhosle Santosh, Kulkarni Kishor, Joshi Sarang

Paper Title:

Experimental Investigation of Heat Transfer through Horizontal Rectangular Fin Array with Fine and Coarse Perforated Fins under Natural Convection

Abstract: Geometry and orientation plays an important role in natural convection heat transfer. In this paper experimental study of heat transfer from horizontal rectangular fins with fine and coarse perforations under natural convection is presented. The parameters varied for the experiment are heater inputs (Q= 52W, 61W and 73 W), fin spacing (S = 4-14 mm). The other parameters like fin length, fin height and width of array kept constant. The measurement of convective heat transfer is very critical and depends on estimation of average heat transfer coefficient (ha). The experimentation results are presented in terms of various heat transfer parameters such as average heat transfer coefficient (ha), base heat transfer coefficient (hb). The comparison of these parameters is presented between finely perforated fins and coarsely perforated fins. It is observed that there is a significant effect of Fine perforation over coarse perforation with variation in fin spacing on average and base heat transfer coefficients. For natural convection the combination of finely perforated constant pitch 

Keywords: Fins, Natural Convection, Heat Transfer. 

References:

  1. Jones C.D. and Smith L.F., „Optimum arrangement of rectangular fins on horizontal surfaces‟, J of Heat Transfer, ASME, 92, pp.6-10, (1970).
  2. Harahap F. and McManus H.N., ‘Natural convection heats transfer from horizontal rectangular fin arrays‟, Journal of Heat Transfer, ASME, 89, pp.32–38, (1967).
  3. Gulay Yakar and Rasim Karabacak, Effects of holes placed on perforated finned heat exchangers at different angles on the Nusselt and Reynolds numbers, Scientific Research and Essay 5 (2) (2010) 224-234.
  4. Shitole Pankaj, Experimental Investigation of Heat Transfer by Natural Convection with Perforated Pin Fin Array, ScienceDirect, Procedia Manufacturing 20 (2018) 311–317.
  5. Sane N.K. and Sukhatme S.P., „Natural convection heat transfer from horizontal rectangular fin arrays‟, Int Proc. of 5th Int Heat Transfer Conference, Tokyo, Japan, Vol. 3, NC3.7, pp.114–118 (1974).
  6. Shardul kulkarni, Experimental Analysis of Heated Horizontal Rectangular Fin Array (HRFA) Under Forced Dominating Mode of Mixed Convection (FCDMM), IJEDR | Volume 4, Issue 2 | ISSN: 2321-9939.
  7. EI Hassan Ridouane, Antonio Campo, Heat Transfer Enhancement of air flowing Across Grooved Channels: Joint Effects of channel height and Grooved Depth, ASME J. Heat Transfer 130 (2008) 1-7.
  8. Yorweart L. Jamin, A.A. Mohamad Natural Convection Heat Transfer Enhancement from Fin Using Porous Carbon Foam ASME J. Heat Transfer 130 (2008) 1-6.
  9. S.G., Parishwad G.V., and Sane N.K “Enhanced performance of horizontal rectangular fin array heat sink using assisting mode of mixed convection” International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 72C (2014), pp. 250-259.
  10. Starner K.E. and McManus H.N., „An experimental Investigation of free convection heat transfer from rectangular fin arrays‟, Journal of Heat Transfer, ASME, 85, pp.273-278 (1963).
  11. [11] Awasarmol U.V., Pise A.T., “Investigation of Enhancement of Natural Convection Heat Transfer from Engine Cylinder with Permeable Fins” International J. Mechanical Engineering and Technology, 1(1) 2010 238-247.
  12. Awasarmol U.V., Pise A.T., , “Experimental Study of Effect of Angle of Inclination of Fins on Natural Convection Heat Transfer through permeable fins” International Conference on Thermal Energy and Environment (INCOTEE) 2011, Krishnankoil, India.
  13. Awasarmol U.V., Pise A.T., Sandikar A.N., “Numerical Analysis Of Heat Transfer Enhancement Using Perforated Fins At Different Base Inclinations And Base Temperatures” 21st National & 10TH ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference December 27-30, 2011, IIT Madras, India.
  14. Awasarmol U.V., Pise A.T., Bhosale S.Y., Desai A.D., “Experimental Investigation Of Forced Convection Heat Transfer Enhancement Using Permeable Fins” 21st National & 10TH ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference December 27-30, 2011, IIT Madras, India.
  15. Harshad N. Deshpande, Experimental Study of Heat Transfer from Horizontal Rectangular Fins with Perforations under Natural Convection, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) Vol. 3 Issue 2, February – 2014 IJERTIJERT ISSN: 2278-0181.
  16. Ahn H.S., Lee S.W., Lau S.C., Heat Transfer Enhancement For Turbulent Flow Through Blockages With Round and Elongated holes in a Rectangular Channel ASME J. Heat Transfer 120 (2007) 1611-1615.
  17. D. Suryawanshi and N K Sane, Natural Convection Heat Transfer from Horizontal Rectangular Inverted Notched Fin Arrays, ASME J. Heat Transfer 131 (2009) 082501-082506.
  18. Rama Subba Reddy Gorla , A.Y. Bakier, Thermal analysis of natural convection and radiation in porous fins, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 38 (2011) 638–645.
  19. Joshi, Sarang, Manoj Kharat, Rakesh Raut, Sachin Kamble, and Sheetal Kamble. "To examine the relationships between supplier development practices and supplier-buyer relationship practices from the supplier’s perspective." Benchmarking: An International Journal 24, no. 5 (2017): 1309-1336.
  20. Joshi, Sarang P., Pankaj Shitole, Rajendra Chavan, and P. P. Joshi. "Strategies for Buyer Supplier Relationship Improvement: Scale Development and Validation." Procedia Manufacturing 20 (2018): 470-476.
  21. Sarang, Joshi P., H. V. Bhasin, Rakesh Verma, and Manoj Govind Kharat. "Critical Success Factors for Supplier Development and Buyer Supplier Relationship: Exploratory Factor Analysis." International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences (IJSDS) 7, no. 1 (2016): 18-38.
  22. Joshi, Sarang Prakashrao, Rakesh Verma, Harsh Vardhan Bhasin, Manoj Govind Kharat, and Mukesh Govind Kharat. "Structural Equation Modelling of Determinants of Buyer–Supplier Relationship Improvement Strategies: Case of Indian Manufacturing Firms." Asia-Pacific Journal of Management Research and Innovation 12, no. 2 (2016): 95-108.
  23. Joshi, Sarang Prakashrao, HarshVardhan Bhasin, Rakesh Verma, and Manoj Govind Kharat. "Strategic buyer-supplier relationship improvement: development of constructs and measurement." International Journal of Supply Chain and Inventory Management 1, no. 4 (2016): 306-341.
  24. Joshi, Sarang, Rakesh D. Raut, Manoj G. Kharat, and Sheetal J. Kamble. "Optimisation of cutting parameter for surface finish and hole accuracy in drilling of EN31: a Taguchi approach." International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy 9, no. 4 (2016): 330-346.

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Authors:

T. Reuban Gnana Asir, Hansa Lysander Manohar

Paper Title:

Artificial Intelligence Powered IoT Services that Aides Humanitarian Support – A Case Study

Abstract: The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming the normal lives of everyone even during Natural or Manmade disasters. With a case study of a natural calamity and the impacts caused to Humanitarian needs, we will see how Artificial Intelligence could help in effective prevention, monitoring of flood and effective transportation and distribution of Humanitarian Supply Chain to the needy people at right time. This paper analysis the challenges of humanitarian logistics using Ishikawa diagram tool and presents the techniques that would help to address it.

Keywords: Cloud systems, IaaS, IoT, Artificial Intelligence.

References:

  1. Annen and S. Strickland, “Global samaritans? Donor election cycles and the allocation of humanitarian aid,” Eur. Econ. Rev., vol. 96, pp. 38–47, 2017.
  2. http://indianexpress.com/article/india/india-news-india/chennai-floods-rains-jayalalithaa-imd-reasons-rescue-news-updates/
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2015_South_Indian_floods
  4. Agostinho, C. F. (2013). Humanitarian logistics: How to help even more? IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline) (Vol. 6). IFAC. https://doi.org/10.3182/20130911-3-BR-3021.00075
  5. Iman Ghasemian Sahebi, Alireza Arab, Mohammad Reza Sadeghi Moghadam, Analyzing the barriers to humanitarian supply chain management: A case study of the Tehran Red Crescent Societies, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 24 (2017) 232–241
  6. Reuban Gnana Asir, Wilson Anandaraj, K.Naga Sivaranjani, “Internet of things and India’s Readiness”, International Conference on Computing Paradigms (ICCP2015) 24, 25 July, 2015, 274-279
  7. Smart Networked Objects and Internet of Things, white paper, Association Instituts Carnot, Greece, 2011.
  8. Jirapon Sunkpho, Chaiwat Ootamakorn, “Real-time flood monitoring and warning system”, Songklanakarin Journal of Science and Technology, 20111
  9. Reuban Gnana Asir, Hansa Lysander Manohar, Wilson Anandaraj, K.Naga Sivaranjani, “IoT As A Service”, International Conference on Innovations in information Embedded and Communication Systems (ICIIECS’16) 2016, 1093-1096
  10. Díaz-Delgado and J. Gaytán Iniestra, Flood Risk Assessment in Humanitarian Logistics Process Design, Journal of Applied Research and Technology (2014), 976 - 984
  11. https://blogs.sap.com/2015/04/02/flood-monitoring-forecasting-using-sap-hana/
  12. https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/iot-save-lives-though-cold-chain-logistics-management-terwilliger
  13. An urban ecology critique on the “Smart City” model, Journal of Cleaner Production 164 (2017) 95 - 101

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