Volume 04, Issued 04, July 2018

  • Guest Satisfaction: Essential Feature For The Growth Of Hospitality Sector Dr. Kapil Shanker Tiwari

    In the present scenario of cut throat competition it is utmost important to meet the expectations of the existing customers. If we fail in getting the good percentage of guest satisfaction, then it may lead to a question of existence in the market. Standard operating procedures must be developed for retaining the business. The basic phenomenon is to emphasize on guest satisfaction.

    Guest Satisfaction: Essential Feature For The Growth Of Hospitality Sector

    Dr. Kapil Shanker Tiwari

    Guest Satisfaction: Essential Feature

  • Combination of Feature Selection and Extraction technique for Feature set Generation over Supervised Dataset Ms.Priti P. Shirke, Prof. J. V. Shinde

    This For high dimensional dataset processing Dimensionality reduction is an important task. For dimensionality reduction feature selection and feature extraction are two important techniques. These techniques are applied independently over dataset. The proposed work aims to provide a solution for dimensionality reduction based on these two techniques simultaneously.

    Combination of Feature Selection and Extraction technique for Feature set Generation over Supervised Dataset

    Ms.Priti P. Shirke, Prof. J. V. Shinde

    Combination of Feature Selection

  • A Secure and Efficient Secrete Image Sharing Scheme Using Sharing Matrix Ms. J.J. Pawar, Prof. J.V. Shinde

    With the tremendous and rapid growth of information interchange through internet transmission, information security has become a major issue to deal with. As because images are being used more in business and industrial process, military and medical and also in scientific researches, it has become the important factor to protect the confidential image data from unwanted access or intruders.

    A Secure and Efficient Secrete Image Sharing Scheme Using Sharing Matrix

    Ms. J.J. Pawar, Prof. J.V. Shinde

    A Secure and Efficient Secrete Image

  • Top-K Utility Frequent Itemset Mining from Multiple data Streams Monika Vikas Deore, Prof. N. R. Wankhade

    Lot of application in current era generates continuous data. In data mining techniques utility itemset extraction and frequent itemset extraction are important research area. Mainly in retail market analysis, these two techniques are required for market basket analysis. In existing work these two techniques are studied independently. The proposed work aims to find utility frequent itemset over multiple data stream.

    Top-K Utility Frequent Itemset Mining from Multiple data Streams

    Monika Vikas Deore, Prof. N. R. Wankhade

    Top-K Utility Frequent Itemset Mining

  • Satisfaction of Tourists Visiting major Destinations of Chhattisgarh Abhishek Chakrborty, Dr. Souren Sarkar

    Introduction – The study is conducted to collect information aboutSatisfaction of Tourists visiting major Destinations of Chhattisgarh to identify the need of visitors and address them. Purpose - The study aimed to analyze the requirementof standardization of tourism activity at Chhattisgarh. Design/Methodology/Approach –Primary Data from respondents visiting various destination of Chhattisgarh has been gathered

    Satisfaction of Tourists Visiting major Destinations of Chhattisgarh

    Abhishek Chakrborty, Dr. Souren Sarkar

    Satisfaction of Tourists Visiting major Destinations of Chhattisgarh

  • Mathematical model of two layered Renal blood flow, Newtonian and non -Newtonian in case of Diabetes Rashi Khubnani, Tarunika Sharma, Dr.Harish Chandra

    In the present paper we have reviewed the mathematical model for the renal blood flow along the capillaries in case of renal disease Diabetes. Blood is treated as homogeneous mixture, having two phase one red blood cell and other plasma and is explained by Fahreaus-Lindqvist effect. In thin blood capillaries blood flows in blood vessels in two layers.

    Mathematical model of two layered Renal blood flow, Newtonian and non -Newtonian in case of Diabetes

    Rashi Khubnani, Tarunika Sharma, Dr.Harish Chandra

    Mathematical model of two layered Renal blood flow

  • Investigation on crack propagation and crack branching in lightly reinforced concrete beams Mr. Shaief Manzoor, Mr. Masoom Reza, Mr. Mohammad Zakir, Mr. Sumair Javeed Khan

    In concrete structures the various cracks in the building occur during construction and/or after completion. A building member like beam or column develops cracks whenever the stress in the member exceeds its strength. The Stress in the building members are caused by externally applied loads. The cracks in Reinforced Concrete Beams are essentially characterised by the principle reason.

    Investigation on crack propagation and crack branching in lightly reinforced concrete beams

    Mr. Shaief Manzoor, Mr. Masoom Reza, Mr. Mohammad Zakir, Mr. Sumair Javeed Khan

    Investigation on crack propagation and crack branching

  • Design And Analysis Of Kinematic Cage Wheel Sundarapalli Eswari, K.Kiran Kumar, Dr.Venkata Ramesh Mamilla

    Agro-Technology is the process of applying the technology, innovation occurring in daily life and applying that to the agriculture sector which improves the efficiency of the crop produced and also to develop a better mechanical machine to help the agriculture field which reduces the amount and time of work spent on crop. Hence in this work of project we decided to design better mechanical equipment.

    Design And Analysis Of Kinematic Cage Wheel

    Sundarapalli Eswari, K.Kiran Kumar, Dr.Venkata Ramesh Mamilla

    Design And Analysis Of Kinematic Cage Wheel

  • Shear Behaviour of Self Compacting Deep Beams Mr. Sumair Javeed Khan, Mr. Masoom Reza, Mr.Mohammad Zakir, Mr. Shaief Manzoor

    RC Deep beams possess narrow width, larger depth/thickness and involve congested shear reinforcement, therefore. An experimental work was performed to evaluate properties of a self-compacting concrete (SCC) known for its high deformability and good resistance to segregation and bleeding was prepared to investigate shear behaviour of deep beams thereby evaluating the performance of deep beams made with SCC.

    Shear Behaviour of Self Compacting Deep Beams

    Mr. Sumair Javeed Khan, Mr. Masoom Reza, Mr.Mohammad Zakir, Mr. Shaief Manzoor

    Shear Behaviour of Self Compacting Deep Beams

  • Child Labour in The Fishery Sector in Visakhapatnam: A Pilot Study Bandlamudi Murali Krishna, Munjam Vinod Kumar, Prof. P.D. Raju

    Child labour is one of the major problems in contract farming, and this is the case throughout the developing world. Visakhapatnam is known as City of Destiny but child labour is recalcitrant in the fishing sector. The aim of the present study was to highlight the problem of exploitation of child labour in fishery sector of Visakhapatnam. The informative study is carried out based on quantitative

    Child Labour in The Fishery Sector in Visakhapatnam: A Pilot Study

    Bandlamudi Murali Krishna, Munjam Vinod Kumar, Prof. P.D. Raju

    Child Labour in The Fishery Sector in Visakhapatnam

  • Efficient Energy Saving by Controlling of the Loads Mayuri N. Zende, Prof. Dr. D.M. Chandwadkar

    The world’s population is growing fast, and with it, the consumption of power at industrial level as well as domestic level. So, the rising demand for electricity has resulted into a serious challenge to the electricity board and distribution system to practice the actions like load-shedding in critical situations; when it is observed that demand has increased above the threshold limit or value.

    Efficient Energy Saving by Controlling of the Loads

    Mayuri N. Zende, Prof. Dr. D.M. Chandwadkar

    Efficient Energy Saving by Controlling of the Loads

  • Comparative Study of Polyol with Varying Hydroxyl Values in Polyurethane Coatings J Manivannan, S Kalaiselvan, N Velmani

    The polyurethane coatings have been one of the fastest growing sectors of the coating industries. Though high cost, excellent durability, flexibility, resistant to corrosion and abrasion, resistant to chemicals make urethane coatings suitable for high performance applications. The recent type of product in refinish industry is based on hydroxyl function acrylic resins in association with polyisocyanate second component.

    Comparative Study of Polyol with Varying Hydroxyl Values in Polyurethane Coatings

    J Manivannan, S Kalaiselvan, N Velmani

    Comparative Study of Polyol with Varying Hydroxyl

  • Selection of an Intelligent Scheme to Perform the Segmentation Process for Image Processing Technique A. Umesh Bala, Dr.R. Varahamoorthi

    Quality control is an important issue in the metallic industry. Also maintaining the rate of production with respect to time is also a major issue in metal manufacturing. Time required for analysis and the accuracy will vary from person to person. For this purpose, an automatic defect detection technique using Image Processing Technique has been proposed so that it can ensure the better quality of metal.

    Selection of an Intelligent Scheme to Perform the Segmentation Process for Image Processing Technique

    A. Umesh Bala, Dr.R. Varahamoorthi

    Selection of an Intelligent Scheme to Perform

  • Enhancement of ECG Signal Using Different Adaptive Algorithms Ponnuru Sri Latha, B.Bhaskara Rao, CH.D.Uma sankar

    ECG is the basic signal in analysis of many cardiac diseases hence a reliable ECG signal is a must in diagnosis, but mostly ECG signals become noisy due to path deformities and external electrical disturbance. These noises include baseline wandering, electrode motion artefact, power line interference, muscle artefact etc., To enhance the ECG signal by removing these artifacts there are different techniques.

    Enhancement of ECG Signal Using Different Adaptive Algorithms

    Ponnuru Sri Latha, B.Bhaskara Rao, CH.D.Uma sankar

    Enhancement of ECG Signal Using Different Adaptive Algorithms

  • Analyzing the factors suitable for developing sustainable tourism at Chhattisgarh Abhishek Chakrborty, Dr. Souren Sarkar

    The study is conducted to collect information about analyzing the factors suitable for developing sustainable tourism at Chhattisgarh. The study aimed to analyze the factors influencing sustainable tourism development at Chhattisgarh. Primary Data from respondents who have visited various destination of Chhattisgarh has been gathered. Exploratory factor analysis (EFA) approach has been used

    Analyzing the factors suitable for developing sustainable tourism at Chhattisgarh

    Abhishek Chakrborty, Dr. Souren Sarkar

    Analyzing the factors suitable for developing

  • Impact of Training on Employees Performance With Special Reference to Petrol Bunk Employees, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh State Munjam Vinod Kumar, Bandlamudi Murali Krishna, Prof. P.D. Raju

    The purpose of theis article is to identify the impact of training programs on employee performane among Petrol Bunk employees Visakhapatnam. The quantitative method of a primary source was utilized to collect the data from 80 employees. Five Likert scales were used to determine the measure of Training and Development on employee job performance. statistical packages for social sciences 16 (SPSS) program.

    Impact of Training on Employees Performance With Special Reference to Petrol Bunk Employees, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh State

    Munjam Vinod Kumar, Bandlamudi Murali Krishna, Prof. P.D. Raju

    Impact of Training on Employees Performance

  • Analysis of Tool Design parameters for Friction Stir Lap welding of Aluminium and Copper Dr. Ravi Terkar, Nitin Panaskar

    Friction stir welding (FSW) has been successfully employed to produce dissimilar Aluminium-Copper lap joint. The present articles provides a comprehensive insight on FSW parameters such as tool materials and tool geometry. The effect of critical aspects of tool geometry such as tool pin, shoulder and the shoulder diameter to pin diameter ratio (SPR) on the mechanical strength of the joint has been discussedt.

    Analysis of Tool Design parameters for Friction Stir Lap welding of Aluminium and Copper

    Dr. Ravi Terkar, Nitin Panaskar

    Analysis of Tool Design parameters

  • Numerical Solutions of non linear Fractional Ordinary Differential Equations by Fractional Euler Method S. Ruban Raj , Sheena Mathew

    Fractional Euler Method is a generalization of the classical Euler Method. This paper concerns the combination of Fractional Euler Method and Modified Trapezoidal Rule to obtain the numerical solutions of initial value problem with Caputo derivatives. It also explains the accuracy of the prescribed method with the exact solution of the linear and non linear fractional differential equations.

    Numerical Solutions of non linear Fractional Ordinary Differential Equations by Fractional Euler Method

    S. Ruban Raj , Sheena Mathew

    Numerical Solutions of non linear Fractional

  • Smart Grid Communication Ms. M.D.Mhaisdhune, Prof. Dr.S.P.Ugale

    Electric Vehicles (EV)play a vital role in developing a green future of our mother world. So, there comes the requirement of utilizing such type of EVs in our day-to-day travel life. These electric vehicles are equipped with the smart grid(SG) technology. So, the smart-grid technology is used in electric vehicles, which tends to improve the performance of charging stations along with ease in installation.

    Smart Grid Communication

    Ms. M.D.Mhaisdhune, Prof. Dr.S.P.Ugale

    Smart Grid Communication

  • An ARM Based Smart Home System Using ESP8266 Raihanath P.P, Haripriya P

    The project Smart Home system, opening a smart controlling and monitoring way into a home/building’s electrical system and android application based remote controlling of home appliances through IoT. The system including LPC1769 and ESP-01 using an android application for controlling it. The connectivity between the server and the mobile device is provided by standard Wireless Access Point

    An ARM Based Smart Home System Using ESP8266

    Raihanath P.P, Haripriya P

    An ARM Based Smart Home System Using ESP8266

  • Image Quality Assessment Parameters : An Overview Amanpreet Kaur, Jagroop Singh Sidhu, Jaskarn Singh Bhullar

    Image quality assessment parameters play an important role in the evaluation of digital image processing systems. Recent advancements in digital image processing technologies such as networking, storage capacity and bandwidth have resulted in the growth of images and videos processing. The primary objective of these technologies is to maintain an image quality without any loss of information.

    Impact of Training on Employees Performance With Special Reference to Petrol Bunk Employees, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh State

    Amanpreet Kaur, Jagroop Singh Sidhu, Jaskarn Singh Bhullar

    Image Quality Assessment Parameters : An Overview

  • An Efficient Method to Measure ECG Frequency of Mother and Fetal using DWT Usha S Patil

    Compression technique plays an important role in diagnosis, prognosis and analysis of ischemic heart diseases. It is also preferable for its fast data sending capability in the field of telemedicine. Various techniques have been proposed over years for compression. Among those Discrete Cosine Transformation (DCT), Discrete Wavelet Transformation (DWT), Fast Fourier Transformation.

    An Efficient Method to Measure ECG Frequency of Mother and Fetal using DWT

    Usha S Patil

    An Efficient Method to Measure ECG Frequency

  • Analysis of Image Fusion Using Optimized Complex Wavelet Transforms P.R.K.Sastry, B.T.Archana

    The fusion of images is the process of combining two or more images into a single image retaining important features from each. Fusion is an important technique within many disparate fields such as remote sensing, robotics and medical applications. Wavelet based fusion techniques have been reasonably effective in combining perceptually important image features.

    Analysis of Image Fusion Using Optimized Complex Wavelet Transforms

    P.R.K.Sastry, B.T.Archana

    Analysis of Image Fusion Using Optimized

  • Analytical Applications of Supercritical Fluids (SCF's) Manoj K S Chhangani, Sofia I. Hussain

    In recent times, a lot of consideration has been guided towards discovering alternatives to customary solvents. The chemical industry, in general, depends intensely on solvents, which has contributed to the extensive volume of solvent related waste produced to date. This waste is not only harmful to people but can make adverse impacts to the surrounding environment and ecosystems.

    Analytical Applications of Supercritical Fluids (SCF's)

    Manoj K S Chhangani, Sofia I. Hussain

    Analytical Applications of Supercritical

  • Assessment of Crop Water Requirements for Kulsi River Basin Krishna Kamal Das, Bibhash Sarma

    The crop water requirement is a vital part for design and planning of an irrigation system. FAO (1984) defined crop water requirements as ‘the depth of water needed to meet the water loss through evapotranspiration of a crop, being disease-free, growing in large fields under non restricting soil conditions, including soil water and fertility, and achieving full production potential

    Assessment of Crop Water Requirements for Kulsi River Basin

    Krishna Kamal Das, Bibhash Sarma

    Assessment of Crop Water Requirements for Kulsi River Basin

  • Cultivating Effective Culture in Health Care Sector Dr Qurrat A Hamdani

    Culture is a basic attribute of society, a familiar concept, yet difficult to define. It is the subject of prodigious research and millions of words by insightful and expressive people. It has many aspects and exhibits itself in many ways. Any short definition does not capture the complex concepts suggested by the word. Our culture is inside us - it is transparent to us.

    Cultivating Effective Culture in Health Care Sector

    Dr Qurrat A Hamdani

    Cultivating Effective Culture in Health Care Sector

  • A Study on Reading Habits and Non-Use of Library Facilities and its Services by the Undergraduate Students of Arts and Science Colleges G. Raja Jaikumar, P.Saravanan

    The present study made an attempt to analyse the reading habits and extent of usage of library facilities and services by the undergraduate students of Arts and Science Colleges. The study was conducted among the undergraduate students of Arts and Science colleges in Kanyakumari district using survey method. The study revealed that 32.3 per cent of the undergraduate students.

    A Study on Reading Habits and Non-Use of Library Facilities and its Services by the Undergraduate Students of Arts and Science Colleges

    G. Raja Jaikumar, P.Saravanan

    A Study on Reading Habits and Non-Use

  • Mobile Technology Based Library Services: Issues In Implementing Gopalasetti Rajasekhar, Prof. C. Sasikala

    Mobile devices, initially which were devised with an intention to replace telephones using wireless technology, become a very important part of daily communication not only for telephone service users but also for the internet users in the present society. In order to fulfill the user needs, many libraries around the world are now adopting mobile technology to augment the library services.

    Mobile Technology Based Library Services: Issues In Implementing

    Gopalasetti Rajasekhar, Prof. C. Sasikala

    Mobile Technology Based Library Services

  • Consumer Awareness and Usage of E-Banking Transactions Through Mobile Phones with Special Reference to Coimbatore District Mr.Aswin Gopal.P, Dr.A.Nagalaxmi

    The word Electronic banking or e-banking denotes the process of transitions that happens within the organisations, industries or people in general with the banking centres. A set of banks rendered the service of e-banking in 1985 though the concept was framed in mid of 1970. Customers started experiencing the banking process on the whole as the transaction process and other processes.

    Consumer Awareness and Usage of E-Banking Transactions Through Mobile Phones with Special Reference to Coimbatore District

    Mr.Aswin Gopal.P, Dr.A.Nagalaxmi

    Consumer Awareness and Usage of E-Banking

  • Computer Supported Replacement Management Considering Money Value Dr. E. V. Ramana

    Replacement of equipment or machine may be needed when the cost of maintenance and repair, operating cost increases which makes its continuation uneconomical. In this work, software was developed to computerize the implementation of replacement policy for equipment whose maintenance cost increases with time and money value changes at constant rate to determine replacement time and weighted average cost of the equipment

    Computer Supported Replacement Management Considering Money Value

    Dr. E. V. Ramana

    Computer Supported Replacement Management

  • Performance Study of Spiral Plate Heat Exchanger Mr. Motupalli Anil, Mr. K. Lakshmi Prasad, Mr. A. Naresh Kumar

    Heat conservation is gaining much more prominence over the past few years due to the continuous increase in artificial luxuries of mankind. Heat exchanger is one of the best devices designed to use heat effectively. Out of the different available heat exchangers, spiral plate heat exchangers are known as excellent heat exchange devices because of compact structure and high heat transfer efficiency.

    Performance Study of Spiral Plate Heat Exchanger

    Mr. Motupalli Anil, Mr. K. Lakshmi Prasad, Mr. A. Naresh Kumar

    Performance Study of Spiral Plate Heat Exchanger

  • Assessment of Pavement Surface Defects & Its Mitigation Measures: Case Study of Hawassa City, Ethiopia Seid Diltata Dilgba

    This paper will visually inspect and evaluate the flexible pavement failures and their causes as well as resolution methods. It is quite important to examine and identify the causes of the failed pavement to select a proper treatment option. The study consisted of two tasks: the first covers the visual inspection of the existing pavement failures, whereas the second investigates the actual causes of these failures.

    Assessment of Pavement Surface Defects & Its Mitigation Measures: Case Study of Hawassa City, Ethiopia

    Seid Diltata Dilgba

    Assessment of Pavement Surface Defects

  • Modeling of Process Parameters of Wire Electric discharge Machining (WEDM) and Compare it’s Predicting Ability through Statistical Validation Gopalasetti Rajasekhar, Prof. C. Sasikala

    WEDM Machining are widely used for making complex shape and parts through hardened material with high level precision. Controlling the machining process parameters is necessary to fabricate the precise products using WEDM. To study these machining process parameters, it is important to establish the relationship between the input and output process parameters.

    Modeling of Process Parameters of Wire Electric discharge Machining (WEDM) and Compare it’s Predicting Ability through Statistical Validation

    Gopalasetti Rajasekhar, Prof. C. Sasikala

    Modeling of Process Parameters of Wire Electric

  • A Mobile Phone App for Location Based Reminder Heena Kausar, Mazhar Ahmed

    Reminders are important part of our life. They help us in doing day today activities even we get busy with some work. The current mobile applications which set the reminders are based on the time and date. Even though they are good for normal usage sometimes we are in a situation where we don’t know or don’t need any time and date but require to be reminded when we are nearer to any particular location.

    A Mobile Phone App for Location Based Reminder

    Heena Kausar, Mazhar Ahmed

    A Mobile Phone App for Location Based Reminder

  • On Permutation Groups and Fourier Matrices P. K. Manjhi

    In this paper Fourier matrices of prime order 3, 5 and 7 are constructed with the help of suitable. combination of matrix representation of some suitable permutation groups. Keywords —Fourier Matrix, Hadamard Matrix, Complex Hadamard Matrix, Permutation Group

    On Permutation Groups and Fourier Matrices

    P. K. Manjhi

    On Permutation Groups and Fourier Matrices

  • Coupled Best Proximity Point and Fixed Point Theorems In G-Metric Spaces Sebastian Selvaraj, J. Maria Joseph

    In this paper, we prove existence and uniqueness of coupled best proximity point theorems for cyclic contraction mappings in -metric space via G-metric space. This paper generalizes results in the current literature [8,9,10]; we also strengthened our results with valid examples 14,19,21. Keywords — best proximity point, coupled best proximity point, fixed point, contraction, cyclic contraction, -metric space.

    Coupled Best Proximity Point and Fixed Point Theorems In G-Metric Spaces

    Sebastian Selvaraj, J. Maria Joseph

    Coupled Best Proximity Point and Fixed Point

  • Thermal Diffusion and Joule Heating Effects on MHD Radiating Fluid Embedded in Porous Medium K. Sidda Reddy, P. Chandra Reddy, G.S.S. Raju

    This paper reveals a numerical study on joule heating effect on MHD Newtonian fluid embedded in porous medium under the presence of thermal diffusion, variable temperature and also variable concentration. The governing equations pertinent to the fluid flow are solved by applying finite difference schemes. The variations in velocity, temperature and concentration are exhibited and discussed with the help of graphs.

    Thermal Diffusion and Joule Heating Effects on MHD Radiating Fluid Embedded in Porous Medium

    K. Sidda Reddy, P. Chandra Reddy, G.S.S. Raju

    Thermal Diffusion and Joule Heating Effects

  • Design & Fabrication of Light Duty Bending cum Rolling Machine Mr. Akashdeep Goswami, Mrinaljyoti Das, Partha Pratim Borah, Rajdeep Bordoloi, Udayangshu Misra Bhagabati

    A multi-purpose machine, which combines the facilities of both bending and rolling, is expensive, extremely bulky and are not potable. This work is intended to design & fabricate a light duty bending cum rolling machine which will be used to bend metal plates, rods, square bars into curvature shapes. It will be a portable, light weight machine and can be used in small workshop, fabrication shop, small scale industry etc.

    Design & Fabrication of Light Duty Bending cum Rolling Machine

    Mr. Akashdeep Goswami, Mrinaljyoti Das, Partha Pratim Borah, Rajdeep Bordoloi, Udayangshu Misra Bhagabati

    Design & Fabrication of Light Duty Bending

  • A Study On Problems And Challenges Faced By Bank Employees During Demonetization Nair Sreeja Sivankutty, Dr. S.John Manoraj

    Demonetization move by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has shocked the nation on 8th of November 2016. In order to fight the problem of black money and corruption in the country the government decides to discontinue the currencies of 1000 and 500 Rupees notes. This bold move to curb black money had a mixed response as some welcomed and some were against the move.

    A Study On Problems And Challenges Faced By Bank Employees During Demonetization

    Nair Sreeja Sivankutty, Dr. S.John Manoraj

    A Study On Problems And Challenges Faced By Bank

  • Color Pixel Based Image Classification and Clustering Using Fuzzy Methods Ramaraj.M, S.Niraimathi

    Color has been a great help in identifying objects for many years. Color is the byproduct of the spectrum of light, as it is reflected or engaged, as received by the human eye and processed by the human brain. In day to day practice, it will be most likely use of color models: HSV, CMYK, L*A*B and RGB. This paper, the RGB models will be focused. The RGB color model combines Red, Green, and Blue light

    Color Pixel Based Image Classification and Clustering Using Fuzzy Methods

    Ramaraj.M, S.Niraimathi

    Color Pixel Based Image Classification

  • A Survey On Detecting The Multiple Moving Objects In Smart City Video Analytics Fancy Joy, Dr. V. Vijayakumar

    The important and challenging task in smart city video analytics is moving object detection and identification. It is the primary task of computer vision applications such as security surveillance, vehicle navigation, human tracking etc. Multiple cameras are provides wide area surveillance and it generate a large volume of data for video analytics.

    A Survey On Detecting The Multiple Moving Objects In Smart City Video Analytics

    Fancy Joy, Dr. V. Vijayakumar

    A Survey On Detecting The Multiple Moving Objects

  • Fabrication and Cutting Force Analysis of GFRP Composite Rod G.Manideep, H.Naresh

    A composite material is characterized as a material made out of at least two constituents joined on a plainly visible scale whose mechanical execution and properties are intended to be better than those of the constituent materials acting freely. One of the stages is generally broken, stiffer, and more grounded and is called support. Though the less solid and weaker stage is ceaseless and is called network.

    Fabrication and Cutting Force Analysis of GFRP Composite Rod

    G.Manideep, H.Naresh

    Fabrication and Cutting Force Analysis of GFRP Composite Rod

  • Dimensions of Export Trade Behaviour: Agriculture and Processed Food Exporters Perspective Dr.Padmasani, Ms K.Tamilselvi

    Ready to eat food items are capturing new destinations but in the due course this sector stumble upon ups and downs during the recent past as reported by Agricultural and Processed food Export Development Authority (AEPDA) of India. Agricultural export from India has shrunk by more than 21 per cent since 2015. Down trending may be due to the factors that revolve on the internal and external environment of a business.

    Dimensions of Export Trade Behaviour: Agriculture and Processed Food Exporters Perspective

    Dr.Padmasani, Ms K.Tamilselvi

    Dimensions of Export Trade Behaviour

  • Estimation of Groundwater Quality for Drinking purpose in a part of Mandakini River Basin, Chitrakoot District, Uttar Pradesh Dilip Kumar, Pramendra Dev

    The paper deals with problem of water quality become more important than quantity in parts of Mandakini River Basin, Chitrakoot district, Uttar Pradesh. Based on the integrated studies, it has been observed that the lithology, geomorphology, lineaments, slope, effluents, sewage disposal, soil and land use/land cover was generated from Modis, Landsat ETM + data and Survey of India.

    Estimation of Groundwater Quality for Drinking purpose in a part of Mandakini River Basin, Chitrakoot District, Uttar Pradesh

    Dilip Kumar, Pramendra Dev

    Estimation of Groundwater Quality for Drinking purpose

  • An overview of Phytoremediation: An environmental friendly approach for pollution control Amanjot Kaur

    Phytoremediation is a type of bioremediation which is applicable to chemical or physical processes involving plants for immobilizing contaminants in soil sludges, sediments, surface water and groundwater. Phytoremediation is an environment friendly alternative to current remediation technologies. Although this technology is not new but current trends suggest that its popularity is growing

    An overview of Phytoremediation: An environmental friendly approach for pollution control

    Amanjot Kaur

    An overview of Phytoremediation: An environmental

  • A Survey on Black Hole Attack in Vanet G. Vennila, Dr. D. Arivazhagan

    Now a day’s wireless networks are playing a vital role in our day to day life. VANET is a kind of mobile ad – hoc network which is used to communicate between vehicles and roadside units. Security is one of the important issues in VANET. The black hole attack is one of the security attacks that receives packets by distributing false RREQ and it denies sending the packet to the indent destination.

    A Survey on Black Hole Attack in Vanet

    G. Vennila, Dr. D. Arivazhagan

    A Survey on Black Hole Attack in Vanet

  • A Study on the impact of durable product Advertising Appeals on Consumer buying Behavior Rajeswari S.P, Prof Noor Afza

    Indian advertising industry is renowned across the world for its innovation, for achieving creative output which ensures high quality of advertisements. The advertising industry is projected to be the second fastest growing advertising market in Asia after China. Advertising growth in India was 10.0% in 2013, 12.7% in 2014, 14.4% in 2015, 11.9% in 2016 and 9.9% in 2017.

    A Study on the impact of durable product Advertising Appeals on Consumer buying Behavior

    Rajeswari S.P, Prof Noor Afza

    A Study on the impact of durable product

  • Data Security in Cloud via a Novel Cryptography-based Privacy-enhancing Scheme S.Jayaprakash, C. S. Rajarajeswari, V.M.Suresh

    The extensiveespousal of cloud services has raiseda wide range of security and privacy concerns that IT industries must take into accountwhile they automate and standardize their service delivery.In this article, we propose a newcrytopgraphy-based Privacy-enhancing Security Solution (PESS) for cloud computing environment. PESS is implemented using a non-bilinear group signature.

    Data Security in Cloud via a Novel Cryptography-based Privacy-enhancing Scheme

    S.Jayaprakash, C. S. Rajarajeswari, V.M.Suresh

    Data Security in Cloud via a Novel Cryptography

  • Symmetrical Sequence Components Estimation in Phasor Measurement Unit using TWLS Technique S. Kamboj

    Symmetrical Sequence components are used for fault detection in power transmission lines which is one of the applications of Phasor Measurement Unit. In the paper a Simulink model of PMU is presented in which Taylor Weighted Least Square (TWLS) estimation technique is used to measure magnitude and phase angle of line voltage.

    Symmetrical Sequence Components Estimation in Phasor Measurement Unit using TWLS Technique

    S. Kamboj

    Symmetrical Sequence Components Estimation

  • Removal of Alizarin Red S dye from aqueous solution by electrocoagulation process Tirthankar Mukherjee, Mehabub Rahaman*

    In this study, removal of Alizarin Red S (ARS) dye from aqueous solution using electrocoagulation (EC) process has been investigated. The process was carried out in a batch electrochemical cell with aluminium electrodes in a monopolar connection with aqueous solution of ARS dye. The removal of dye from the aqueous solution depends on various parameters influencing the electrocoagulation process

    Removal of Alizarin Red S dye from aqueous solution by electrocoagulation process

    Tirthankar Mukherjee, Mehabub Rahaman*

    Removal of Alizarin Red S dye from aqueous solution

  • Growth and Characterization of Lithium Threonate single crystal D. Esther Nancy, Dr. C. Krishnan, Dr. S. Kalyanaraman

    Single crystals of Lithium substituted L-Threonine were successfully grown by slow evaporation method at room temperature. The effect of lithium dopant on crystal properties has been studied. The crystals were characterized by Powder XRD and Single crystal XRD analysis, FTIR and NMR Techniques. Single crystal and Powder XRD analysis gave the lattice parameters of the crystal.

    Growth and Characterization of Lithium Threonate single crystal

    D. Esther Nancy, Dr. C. Krishnan, Dr. S. Kalyanaraman

    Growth and Characterization of Lithium Threonate

  • Laser Engraving Machine Using ARM and FPGA *Nimmi P P, Sreenidhi R, Dr. Aji Joy

    This paper’s aim is to implement a 3-axis linear interpolation and circular interpolation algorithm for applications such as wood carving, laser cutting etc. based on FPGA and LPC1769 ARM. ARM deals with the communication with PC and other user interfaces. FPGA is used to perform interpolation algorithm and for the control of stepper motor.

    Laser Engraving Machine Using ARM and FPGA

    *Nimmi P P, Sreenidhi R, Dr. Aji Joy

    Laser Engraving Machine Using ARM and FPGA

  • Design and Development of CNC Wood Carving Machine based on ARM and FPGA *Sreenidhi R, Nimmi P P, Dr. Aji Joy

    Advancements in the domain of automation has been significantly fuelled by the implementation of Computer Numeric Control machines. The association of contemporary CNC systems along with advanced computational capability and memory storage capacity of modern computer systems has augmented the automation sector of industrial manufacturing, constructional engineering, medical, military fields.

    Design and Development of CNC Wood Carving Machine based on ARM and FPGA

    *Sreenidhi R, Nimmi P P, Dr. Aji Joy

    Design and Development of CNC Wood Carving Machine

  • Design and Development of Low Cost Wi-Fi Module Based Home Security system D.V. BIJIN, B. Haripriya P

    Now a day we are very much concerned about our home and valuable things. Users require intelligent home with minimum human effort. The invention of digital and wireless technology made the automated security system more intelligent. This paper details the design and development of security system in home and offices using ESP8266 Wi-Fi module used as a Wi-Fi shield to LPC1769.

    Design and Development of Low Cost Wi-Fi Module Based Home Security system

    D.V. BIJIN, B. Haripriya P

    Design and Development of Low Cost Wi-Fi Module

  • Comparative Study on Positioning of Robot on The Basis of IMU and Camera Module *Sreelekha S, Lija Thomas

    An autonomous mobile robot needs to have the ability to position itself in an unknown environment in order to accomplish a set of objectives and improve the navigational performance. The robot positioning denotes the potential to establish current orientation and position of the robot within the reference frame. In this study, we are developing an autonomous robotic vehicle using LPC1769

    Comparative Study on Positioning of Robot on The Basis of IMU and Camera Module

    *Sreelekha S, Lija Thomas

    Comparative Study on Positioning of Robot

  • Indoor Navigation for Shopping Robot *SITHARA JEYARAJ, JINCY JOSE

    An autonomous mobile robot that can perform shopping for differently abled people is a challenging task to do. The robot creates a map of the environment and move independently to any given location taking the most optimum path, so that it can fetch the desired object present there. Here we integrate floor planning, autonomous navigation and pick and place robotic arm.

    Indoor Navigation for Shopping Robot

    *SITHARA JEYARAJ, JINCY JOSE

    Indoor Navigation for Shopping Robot

  • Factorial Labeling Of Some Middle Graphs A. Edward Samuel, S. Kalaivani

    In this paper, we launch a new type of labeling said to be factorial labeling and apply to some middle graphs. A factorial labeling of a connected graph is bijection * + such that the induced function defined then the edge labels are distinct. Graph which admits a factorial labeling is a factorial graph.

    Factorial Labeling Of Some Middle Graphs

    A. Edward Samuel, S. Kalaivani

    Factorial Labeling Of Some Middle Graphs

  • Autonomous Robot For Landmine & Hazardous Gas Detection *Neethu M J, Lija Thomas

    Robots plays a major role in all human activities that supports to do dangerous works which cannot do by humans. Wireless communicating robot is a new type robot which can be used for many applications. This paper describes the implementation of autonomous robot prototype for landmine and hazardous gas detection. It deliberates the tactics that can allow the robot to detect landmines.

    Autonomous Robot For Landmine & Hazardous Gas Detection

    *Neethu M J, Lija Thomas

    Autonomous Robot For Landmine & Hazardous Gas Detection

  • Dynamic Linkage Between Real Broad Effective Exchange Rate and Banking Industry Index Performance: A Study on India *Piyali Roy Chowdhury

    The nexus between real broad effective exchange rate and Indian banking industry index performance is explored in the study. The banking industry index has been considered in this article taking variable as S&P Bank Ex index. The long run relationship between real broad effective exchange rate and S&P Bank Ex index is explicated here by taking Auto Regressive Distributed Lag Model.

    Dynamic Linkage Between Real Broad Effective Exchange Rate and Banking Industry Index Performance: A Study on India

    *Piyali Roy Chowdhury

    Dynamic Linkage Between Real Broad Effective

  • Effectiveness of Media Literacy about Television entertainment programes among Adolescents in Kanyakumari District *Ajantha Thamayanthi, Dr. G. Balasubramania Raja

    The aim of the paper is to develop media literacy among school students. Entertainment on television has undergone great changes during the last decades and is currently far more complex than earlier, today being part of everyday television .The study is divided in to two parts the first part deals about the influence of media entertainment on the behaviour of adolescents

    Effectiveness of Media Literacy about Television entertainment programes among Adolescents in Kanyakumari District

    *Ajantha Thamayanthi, Dr. G. Balasubramania Raja

    Effectiveness of Media Literacy about Television

  • Comparison of Shared Frailty Models using Bayesian Method Lalpawimawha

    In this article, we propose gamma, inverse Gaussian and positive stable frailty shared models with Erlang truncated exponential distribution as baseline to analyze the bivariate survival data set of McGilchrist and Aisbett [17]. Bayesian approach of Markov Chain Monte Carlo technique was employed to estimate the parameters involves in the models and model comparison.

    Comparison of Shared Frailty Models using Bayesian Method

    Lalpawimawha

    Comparison of Shared Frailty Models using Bayesian Method

  • Removal of Nickel (II) using an activated carbon prepared from flower of TyphaAngustata L – TiO2 Nanocomposite - Comparative study *T. Mohanapriya, P.E. Kumar

    The removal of Nickel (II) ion from aqueous solution by Activated carbon (AC) prepared from TyphaAngustata L was and AC-TiO2nanocoposite by batch adsorption techniques. The nanocomposites were characterized by XRD, SEM and IR spectral studies .The Effect of various parameters such as pH, adsorbent dosage, agitation time and temperature was studied for the removal of Ni (II) ion.

    Removal of Nickel (II) using an activated carbon prepared from flower of TyphaAngustata L – TiO2 Nanocomposite - Comparative study

    *T. Mohanapriya, P.E. Kumar

    Removal of Nickel (II) using an activated carbon

  • Increasing role of Entrepreneur in the field of Agribusiness *Reena

    The research organizations like State Agricultural Universities (SAUs) and ICAR institutes have always proved with their rigorous efforts that the food processing sector is the sunshine sector in Indian Economy. The processing of food finds its roots back in the Stone Age when the man learnt to make fire and (32%) of the total food industry.

    Increasing role of Entrepreneur in the field of Agribusiness

    *Reena

    Increasing role of Entrepreneur in the field of Agribusiness

  • Zinc Sulfide Nanoparticles - Synthesis and Characterization Sunder pal singh*

    SHMP stabilized ZnS nanoparticles were synthesized using an aqueous precipitation method at room temperature. The obtained particles were characterized using XRD, UV-Visible absorption spectrophotometer and EDAX. The particle size was estimated by XRD and optical absorption spectra, it resulted to be below 4 nm with a good agreement between both techniques.

    Zinc Sulfide Nanoparticles - Synthesis and Characterization

    Sunder pal singh*

    Zinc Sulfide Nanoparticles - Synthesis and Characterization

  • A Review of Solar Air Dryer Based on the Phase Change Material as Thermal Storage *Suraj S. Rokade, Dr. Jaydeep S. Bagi, Mahesh M. Wagh

    Energy is a most important requirement of our living life and it plays a crucial part in human development, but today's demand for energy increases tremendously and it makes difficulties to provide the necessary amount of energy in the different field of applications. Energy storage medium helps to conserve energy and improve the performance of a large number of energy systems

    A Review of Solar Air Dryer Based on the Phase Change Material as Thermal Storage

    *Suraj S. Rokade, Dr. Jaydeep S. Bagi, Mahesh M. Wagh

    A Review of Solar Air Dryer Based on the Phase

  • Effect of performance parameters of SVM and k-NN on speech recognition for articulatory Handicapped people *S. S. Bhabad, Dr. Prof. G. K. Kharate

    Speech Recognition is the biggest challenge in case of disordered speech, because of unavailability and diversity of database. In this paper, we use MFCC as feature extraction method as they provides speech features similar to the way how human hears and perceives sounds. For decision of predicted word k-NN and SVM classifiers are used.

    Effect of performance parameters of SVM and k-NN on speech recognition for articulatory Handicapped people

    *S. S. Bhabad, Dr. Prof. G. K. Kharate

    Effect of performance parameters of SVM and k-NN

  • A Study on Liquidity and its Impact on Profitability of Selected Food Processing Companies in India *S. Kowsalya, Dr. S. Saravanan

    Finance is the life blood of any organization. It plays an important role in day-to-day activities of human life. The study makes an attempt to analyse the liquidity and its impact on profitability of selected Food Processing companies in India. Liquidity describes the degree to which an asset or security can be quickly bought or sold in the market without affecting the asset’s price.

    A Study on Liquidity and its Impact on Profitability of Selected Food Processing Companies in India

    *S. Kowsalya, Dr. S. Saravanan

    A Study on Liquidity and its Impact on Profitability

  • Role of Vocational and Technical Education and Skill Development in the Empowerment of the Muslim Women in West Bengal *RANJITA BISWAS

    Women empowerment is an active multidimensional process for enabling women to realise their potential and powers in all spheres of life and play a positive and active role in the development of society. Indian tradition always placed women in the secondary position in every stages of life as compare to their male counterparts.

    Role of Vocational and Technical Education and Skill Development in the Empowerment of the Muslim Women in West Bengal

    *RANJITA BISWAS

    Role of Vocational and Technical Education

  • Investment Banking: Global perspective with regulatory framework & financial Crunch Vedapradha. R*, Dr. Arockia Rajasekar, Dr. Hariharan. R

    Banking sector is one of the most promising and biggest contributors towards the economic growth of a nation when supplemented by innovative banking information technology, robust marketing strategies and supported with a professional environment. The global meltdown has shaken the banking industry to a larger extent during the course of which, many Investment banks have accepted.

    Investment Banking: Global perspective with regulatory framework & financial Crunch

    Vedapradha. R*, Dr. Arockia Rajasekar, Dr. Hariharan. R

    Investment Banking: Global perspective

  • Evaluation of Fingerprint Identification Based on Local Binary Pattern (LBP) *Ashok T. Gaikwad

    This paper was analyzed and evaluation Uni-modal biometric system based on fingerprint identification system. The system was covered many stages to remove the noise from the fingerprint image by using enhancement techniques. The feature extraction was performed by using a popular texture feature which called Local Binary Pattern (LBP)

    Evaluation of Fingerprint Identification Based on Local Binary Pattern (LBP)

    *Ashok T. Gaikwad

    Evaluation of Fingerprint Identification

  • A Review on Reversible Watermarking Techniques for Relational Database Akshata A. Churi, Dr. Vinayak D. Shinde

    Many real world applications uses open databases which are available on the internet to extract information based on their needs. The relational databases which are freely available are used by research community for mining new information regarding their research works. These databases are vulnerable to security issues such as ownership of data and data tampering.

    A Review on Reversible Watermarking Techniques for Relational Database

    *Akshata A. Churi, Dr. Vinayak D. Shinde

    A Review on Reversible Watermarking Techniques

  • Machine to Machine Communication for Automatic Load Transfer *Rohini M. Wagh, Prof. Dr. D.M. Chandwadkar

    Transportation is important in industry. Transportation involves moving goods from one location to another by any mode. For this we required a system which transports all kinds of products without human intervention. Machine to machine communication can be wired as well as wireless depending upon communication channel. It refers to direct communication between devices.

    Machine to Machine Communication for Automatic Load Transfer

    *Rohini M. Wagh, Prof. Dr. D.M. Chandwadkar

    Machine to Machine Communication

  • FPGA Based Single Phase Power Factor Correction Using Boost Converter *ANUPRIYA M, Dr. MATHEW K

    Most electronic equipment works on DC. So AC to DC converter is an important part of power supply. But during this AC to DC conversion not all the input power is delivered to load. Some amount of power is wasted during the conversion process. Thus extra power will be drawn from the supply to compensate this wasted power. Thus the power factor of the system will be very poor.

    FPGA Based Single Phase Power Factor Correction Using Boost Converter

    *ANUPRIYA M, Dr. MATHEW K

    FPGA Based Single Phase Power Factor

  • Thermal Radiation and Heat Absorption on Transient MHD free Convection flow Embedded in a Porous Medium with Exponentially Decaying Wall Temperature *Y. Satheesh Kumar Reddy, B. Rama Bhupal Reddy

    In this paper we investigated the effects of thermal radiation and heat absorption effects on transient MHD natural convection flow of an electrically conducting fluid past a vertical porous plate with variable temperature. It is assumed that the temperature of the plate decays exponentially with time. Exact solutions to the coupled linear partial differential equations.

    Thermal Radiation and Heat Absorption on Transient MHD free Convection flow Embedded in a Porous Medium with Exponentially Decaying Wall Temperature

    *Y. Satheesh Kumar Reddy, B. Rama Bhupal Reddy

    Thermal Radiation and Heat Absorption

  • Bamboo: The Best Substitute for Reducing E-waste Problem *Suman

    The rapid revolution in Electronics and Information technology sectors has improved the quality of human’s life style. The wide spread use of electronics equipments have made communication easier, boosted business markets, and created employment opportunities. No doubt, this development gives so many benefits, but mismanagement has led to fast growing surplus of electronics waste

    Bamboo: The Best Substitute for Reducing E-waste Problem

    *Suman

    Bamboo: The Best Substitute for Reducing

  • A Study of Health Benefits and Its Impact on Employer Brand Image *Ms. C. Sharmila Rao, Dr. Y. Poornima

    Globalisation and intense competition for talent had made it crucial for corporates to constantly focus their efforts on enhancing their employer brand image. Employer brand represented a firm’s effort to promote, both within and outside the firm, a clear view of what made it different and desirable as an employer. Organisations could enhance their employer brand value by recognizing.

    A Study of Health Benefits and Its Impact on Employer Brand Image

    *Ms. C. Sharmila Rao, Dr. Y. Poornima

    A Study of Health Benefits

  • Customer Experience Management in Indian Retailing Sector – An Empirical Study of Select Retail Formats in Andhra Pradesh, India Dr. A.V.V. Siva Prasad, Mr. K. Pradeep Reddy

    Many customers make a decision regarding where to shop based on their attitude toward a mix of stores, the shopping centre environment and the entertaining shopping experience. The shopping motives of the customers can be divided into three categories: product oriented, experiential oriented and a combination of both. The last category occurs when the shopper seeks to satisfy a purchase.

    Customer Experience Management in Indian Retailing Sector – An Empirical Study of Select Retail Formats in Andhra Pradesh, India

    Dr. A.V.V. Siva Prasad, Mr. K. Pradeep Reddy

    Customer Experience Management in Indian Retailing

  • Consumers' Perception on Green Marketing An Empirical Study of Consumer Buying Behaviour Dr. A.V.V. Siva Prasad, Ms. K. Susmitha

    Green marketing is inevitable for the attainment of vision and mission of an organization with sustainability. Various studies by environmentalists indicate that people are concerned about the environment and are changing their behaviour patterns. Most of the consumers', both individual and industrial are becoming more alarmed about green products and green product line for their safe and sustainable future.

    Consumers' Perception on Green Marketing An Empirical Study of Consumer Buying Behaviour

    Dr. A.V.V. Siva Prasad, Ms. K. Susmitha

    Consumers' Perception on Green Marketing

  • Investors' Perception Towards Bank and Non-Bank Sponsored Mutual Funds - An Empirical Study of Investors Dr. R. Padmaja, Mrs. Shifaly

    Indian mutual fund industry is in its growth phase and possesses a tremendous scope for development. There are some crucial issues which need to be investigated. First and foremost, the performance of mutual funds in terms of their efficiency with their set of input and output should be checked. Also, the impact of attributes on the performance of mutual funds should be explored.

    Investors' Perception Towards Bank and Non-Bank Sponsored Mutual Funds - An Empirical Study of Investors

    Dr. R. Padmaja, Mrs. Shifaly

    Investors' Perception Towards Bank and Non-Bank

  • Mapping and Localization of Landmines by Heterogeneous Swarm Robot *Jinu M George, Lija Thomas

    Swarm robotics is an emerging field of technology that uses the collective intelligence of groups of robots. To perform different kinds of complex tasks or the tasks unhealthy for human, swarm robots can be used. Detection of landmines is the important part of the humanitarian demining operation. Introduction of robots in the process of detecting landmines.

    Mapping and Localization of Landmines by Heterogeneous Swarm Robot

    *Jinu M George, Lija Thomas

    Mapping and Localization of Landmines

  • Entomophagy with Special Reference to Assam *Hridisha Nandana Hazarika

    Edible insects are natural renewable source that provides food to many ethnic groups in Assam. The paper explored the traditional knowledge related to the practice of eating different insects as food. Practice of entomophagy is quite common among the ethnic peoples of Assam especially among the tribes of Dhemaji, Morigaon, Udalguri and Karbi anglong districts.

    Entomophagy with Special Reference to Assam

    *Hridisha Nandana Hazarika

    Entomophagy with Special Reference to Assam

  • A Review on Passive Cooling Techniques and Different Types of Insulation Materials for Residential Buildings *Ashish B. Patil Desai, Dr. Jaydeep S. Bagi, Mahesh M. Wagh

    Passive cooling the name itself indicates approach toward the thermal comfort by preventing heat from entering the envelope or by removing heat from building with low or no energy consumption. The paper discusses passive cooling techniques; helps to summarize what types of successful implementation were made to accommodate energy saving in the building sector by achieving thermal comfort in living space.

    A Review on Passive Cooling Techniques and Different Types of Insulation Materials for Residential Buildings

    *Ashish B. Patil Desai, Dr. Jaydeep S. Bagi, Mahesh M. Wagh

    A Review on Passive Cooling Techniques

  • A Study On Conjugate Normal Bimatrices *G.Ramesh, R.Muthamilselvam, P.Maduranthaki

    Abstract: The characterization of conjugate normal bimatrices are given as a generalization of the results for conjugate normal matrices. Keywords: Normal bimatrix, Conjugate normal bimatrix AMS Classification: 15A09, 15A15, 15A57.

    A Study On Conjugate Normal Bimatrices

    *G.Ramesh, R.Muthamilselvam, P.Maduranthaki

    A Study On Conjugate Normal Bimatrices

  • Investigation of Computational Flow on Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Blade *D. Rabi Moses, Dr.A.Krishnaveni, Dr.J.Selwin Rajadurai

    Wind energy has been shown to be one of the most viable sources of renewable energy. This wind power or energy is used to generate mechanical power or electricity. For effective utilization of available wind energy, it is imperative to study the behaviour and performance of wind turbines subjected to aerodynamics, fatigue and other ambient conditions.

    Investigation of Computational Flow on Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Blade

    *D. Rabi Moses, Dr.A.Krishnaveni, Dr.J.Selwin Rajadurai

    Investigation of Computational Flow on Horizontal Axis

  • An Efficient Adaptive Motion Estimation with Encoding for Video Compression in WSN *P. Latha Gowri, A.Nagarajan

    Wireless Video Sensor Networks (WVSNs) - a kind of WSNs - involve sensor nodes that can capture, process and convey video outlines. Video compression is a procedure of avoiding redundancy and irrelevant data for an effective storage and transmission. Motion estimation is one approach that can be utilized as a part of a request to compress videos while preserving their great quality

    An Efficient Adaptive Motion Estimation with Encoding for Video Compression in WSN

    *P. Latha Gowri, A.Nagarajan

    An Efficient Adaptive Motion Estimation

  • Development of HDR Images by Estimating Missing Color Components in Generalized Assorted Pixel Mosaic Camera Images *A.Boyed Wesley, F.Ramesh Dhanaseelan, Y.Jacob Vetha Raj

    The concept of demosaicing is the process which is used to estimate & restore the missing pixels. The generalized assorted pixel (GAP) camera enables the user to capture a single image of a scene and can control the trade-off between spatial resolution, dynamic range and spectral detail. The GAP camera uses a complex array (or mosaic) of color filters.

    Development of HDR Images by Estimating Missing Color Components in Generalized Assorted Pixel Mosaic Camera Images

    *A.Boyed Wesley, F.Ramesh Dhanaseelan, Y.Jacob Vetha Raj

    Development of HDR Images by Estimating

  • Influence of Social Media among Gypsies: A Case Study in Tamil Nadu *S.Shridevi, Dr.P.Govindaraju

    Today we are living in a digital era. It altered the way of our lives from all the spheres. The social networking sites are the effective platform for the people to inform, share, educate and to entertain. There are many studies which are done in the field of social networking. The Gypsies in Tamil Nadu are called as ‘Narikuravar’. They are one of the marginalized communities of Tamil Nadu.

    Influence of Social Media among Gypsies: A Case Study in Tamil Nadu

    *S.Shridevi, Dr.P.Govindaraju

    Influence of Social Media among Gypsies

  • Estimation of Manufacturing Time for Injection Mold Using Artificial Neural Network *Waseem Mohammad Hanif Kurne, Dr. Girish N. Kotwal

    The most critical activity in an injection mold engineering industry is project time estimation. This activity is usually done by highly skilled and in-house experts. The purpose of this paper is to establish a manufacturing time estimation model by Artificial Neural Network that will enable product designers to quickly estimate the mold manufacturing time.

    Estimation of Manufacturing Time for Injection Mold Using Artificial Neural Network

    *Waseem Mohammad Hanif Kurne, Dr. Girish N. Kotwal

    Estimation of Manufacturing Time

  • Determination of Cetane Number for Palm Based Biodiesel and Petro-Diesel Blends *S. R. Shah, A. P. Vyas

    Biodiesel is a potential resource which can work as a blend with petrodiesel as an alternative for currently working Internal Combustion Engine without doing any modification. Cetane number is an important property to evaluate the quality of biodiesel. Measurement of cetane number is a cumbersome process. In this study, the process of determination of cetane number using thermo-chemical.

    Determination of Cetane Number for Palm Based Biodiesel and Petro-Diesel Blends

    *S. R. Shah, A. P. Vyas

    Determination of Cetane Number for Palm

  • Performance Evaluation of Parabolic Trough Collector with Different Polymers as Reflector by Taguchi method *Karche A.S., Bagi J.S., Wagh M.M.

    The objective of the study is to optimize various parameters for performance evaluation of solar parabolic trough collector by using Taguchi method. An experimental study is carried out with operating parameters like mass flow rate, period of incidence and Types of reflectors. Three polymers like Adhesive vinyl, Aluminium polymer, and Silvered polymer are used for testing purpose

    Performance Evaluation of Parabolic Trough Collector with Different Polymers as Reflector by Taguchi method

    *Karche A.S., Bagi J.S., Wagh M.M.

    Performance Evaluation of Parabolic

  • An Efficient Approach for IDS using Minimum Redundancy and Maximum Relevance Feature Selection Algorithm *Hasmitha Dendukuri, Mrs. A. Ramana Lakshmi

    An intrusion detection system refers to the systems which detect the security breaches in a network. The main goal of IDS is to detect the attacks and raise alarms if an attack is found. These IDS has limitation of raising false alarms and this limitation depends on improper classification of attacks due to high dimensionality of data on a network.

    An Efficient Approach for IDS using Minimum Redundancy and Maximum Relevance Feature Selection Algorithm

    *Hasmitha Dendukuri, Mrs. A. Ramana Lakshmi

    An Efficient Approach for IDS

  • A Study of Work Life Balance ( WLB) Among Women Employees in Textile Industry *Mrs. Jonnalagadda Vanaja, Dr. Yvvsss Vara Prasad

    The Textiles Industry constitutes a large part of the Indian economy both in terms of employment potential and its contribution to national income. The Industry covers a wide range of activities from the most sophisticated in the field of Information and Communication Technology to simple textiles pursued by the informal industry workers, for example, vegetable sellers, hawkers.

    A Study of Work Life Balance ( WLB) Among Women Employees in Textile Industry

    *Mrs. Jonnalagadda Vanaja, Dr. Yvvsss Vara Prasad

    A Study of Work Life Balance

  • Numerical Modelling and Analysis on the Behaviour of GFRP Pultruded I Beams Strengthened with CFRP Laminates *G.Ganesan, Dr.G.Kumaran

    This paper presents the numerical and experimental characterization of the behaviour of GFRP pultruded profiles strengthened with CFRP laminates. The static behaviour of these hybrid beams are studied by conducting four-point and three-point bending tests. CFRP laminates of different orientation and different thickness are used for strengthening.

    Numerical Modelling and Analysis on the Behaviour of GFRP Pultruded I Beams Strengthened with CFRP Laminates

    *G.Ganesan, Dr.G.Kumaran

    Numerical Modelling and Analysis

  • Impact of Perceived Justice and Commitment on Goal Orientation: A Study of Artisans in M.P Region *Sonal Singh Kushwah, Dr. Suvijna Awasthi

    The term ‘organization justice’ refers to the degree to which work forces perceive working environment procedures, interactions and results to be fair in nature. These perceptions can impact attitude and behaviour for good or sick, thus having a positive or negative effect on workforce performance and the organization’s achievement.

    Impact of Perceived Justice and Commitment on Goal Orientation: A Study of Artisans in M.P Region

    *Sonal Singh Kushwah, Dr. Suvijna Awasthi

    Impact of Perceived Justice and Commitment

  • Coloring and Global Domination in Vertex Switching of Graphs *R. Kalaivani, Dr. D. Vijayalakshmi

    Global dominating - χ- coloring number of a graph G is the maximum number of color classes which are global dominating sets of G, where the maximum is taken over all χ colorings of G. In this paper we obtain the global dominating - χ - coloring number for vertex switching of Pn, Cn, K1,n,n, Sn and Hn and also we obtain the global dominating - χ - coloring number degree splitting graph of some graphs.

    Coloring and Global Domination in Vertex Switching of Graphs

    *R. Kalaivani, Dr. D. Vijayalakshmi

    Coloring and Global Domination in Vertex

  • Sustainable Implementation of MQL Technique in Metal Grinding Operation Employing Conventional *Siddharth Jeet, Abhishek Barua, Abhishek Samantray, Dilip Kumar Bagal

    The current drive for accomplishing the implementation of sustainability concepts in manufacturing calls for economical machining practices to be embraced. A key territory of research is the scan for ecologically benign cooling techniques. Techniques like minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) and minimum quantity cooled lubrication (MQCL) have likewise been proposed which indicated viable outcomes.

    Sustainable Implementation of MQL Technique in Metal Grinding Operation Employing Conventional

    *Siddharth Jeet, Abhishek Barua, Abhishek Samantray, Dilip Kumar Bagal

    Sustainable Implementation of MQL Technique

  • Determinants of Work Life Balance of Women Employees and Their Outcome in Select Service Sectors *Dr. K. Thriveni Kumari

    In the recent times, the issue of work-life balance has gained more attention due to the reason that an individual’s work life and personal life may present contradictory hassle on one another. But, today both the spheres are equally important. Work-life balance refers to maintaining the balance among performing roles and responsibilities at work and at home.

    Determinants of Work Life Balance of Women Employees and Their Outcome in Select Service Sectors

    *Dr. K. Thriveni Kumari

    Determinants of Work Life Balance

  • Artificial Intelligence: A Footstep Headed For Future SCM *Shebin Sharief, Dr.D.Kalpana

    Artificial intelligence (AI) was hosted with an extended motive of developing and creating "intelligent machines" that are capable of replicating, learning, and substituting human intelligence. AI has revealed great potential in instructive human decision-making processes and the subsequent output in various business actions due to its ability to identify business patterns.

    Artificial Intelligence: A Footstep Headed For Future SCM

    *Shebin Sharief, Dr.D.Kalpana

    Artificial Intelligence: A Footstep Headed

  • Reliability Analysis of Diesel Locomotive Engine *Sunil Bhardwaj, Vijay Kumar, Nitin Bhardwaj

    Performance measure of the system is one of its most important characteristic. Diesel locomotive engine is a mechanical system with the complexity of different equipment that leads to failures and hence the aspects of reliability analysis of such systems come into mind. The failure of machineries and equipment results an interruption in the functioning of the system.

    Reliability Analysis of Diesel Locomotive Engine

    *Sunil Bhardwaj, Vijay Kumar, Nitin Bhardwaj

    Reliability Analysis of Diesel Locomotive Engine

  • Additive manufacturing of polymer composite components using fill compositing technique *Akash A. Shelar, Dr. Girish N. Kotwal

    The use of 3D printing for rapid tooling and for additive manufacturing gives advantages to produce components with complex geometries according to computer designs. Due to the limited mechanical properties of 3D printed pure polymer parts, there is a need to increase mechanical strength of 3D printed parts with advanced techniques.

    Additive manufacturing of polymer composite components using fill compositing technique

    *Akash A. Shelar, Dr. Girish N. Kotwal

    Additive manufacturing of polymer composite

  • Consequences of Fast Track Construction : A Conceptual Framework *Saurabh Samander, Suresh Singh Kushwaha, Arun Kumar Dwivedi

    Fast changing environmental factors force the players in construction industry to opt for fast track mode. Fast-track building construction is construction industry jargon for a project delivery strategy to start construction before the design is complete. The purpose is to shorten the time to completion. Fast track construction has therefore found wider acceptability.

    Consequences of Fast Track Construction: A Conceptual Framework

    *Saurabh Samander, Suresh Singh Kushwaha, Arun Kumar Dwivedi

    Consequences of Fast Track Construction

  • Handheld Device for Data Transfer between Two USB Supported Devices *Ms. D. R. Patel, Prof. Dr. S. P. Ugale

    In the propelled world the usage of the Universal Serial Bus (USB) stockpiling gadget is greatly colossal. Regardless, USB gadget needs a host controller (eg. PC) to begin and intervene interchanges among USB stockpiling gadgets. It isn’t generally conceivable to convey such an expansive size gadget to the specific area for simply the purpose of data transfer.

    Handheld Device for Data Transfer between Two USB Supported Devices

    *Ms. D. R. Patel, Prof. Dr. S. P. Ugale

    Handheld Device for Data Transfer

  • Modified Silica - Starch hybrids for oil absorption *Babita Sehgal

    Mesoporous silica particles were modified using cross linked starch. The hydrophobic character was introduced by further coating with Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS). Pore structure of prepared hybrid structure is strongly influenced by concentration of added starch and the type of cross linking reagent. A clear correlation is observed between amount of absorbed oil and porosity.

    Modified Silica - Starch hybrids for oil absorption

    *Babita Sehgal

    Modified Silica - Starch hybrids for oil absorption

  • Improving Data Confidentiality by Using Access Structures Over Data Deduplication in Cloud *M DEVIKA, V. SESHA BHARGAVI

    Due to the rapid improvement of data sharing over the cloud, users are focusing towards it. It is necessary to keep data safe and confidential. An attribute-based encryption (ABE) is used in which for every data which is being uploaded is provided with access control policies using a set of attributes and only the users satisfying the access policies can decrypt the data.

    Improving Data Confidentiality by Using Access Structures Over Data Deduplication in Cloud

    *M DEVIKA, V. SESHA BHARGAVI

    Improving Data Confidentiality

  • Land use Assessment of Faridabad for Transit Supportiveness around Metro Stations Area *Satpal

    Urban development patterns in India are influenced by the Town and Country Planning Act of United Kingdom. Urban structure is the basis for a transit supportive environment. Urban areas are characterized by single land use with low density development and these land uses are located at a considerable distance from each other.

    Land use Assessment of Faridabad for Transit Supportiveness around Metro Stations Area

    *Satpal

    Land use Assessment of Faridabad for Transit

  • A Hash Tree Framework for BigData Processing *Dr. A. Suresh Babu, S. Sireesha

    Big Data is colossal quantity of data which is used to scrutinize the data and heap data. Though there are files, Database and Relational Database which these are not used to store the unstructured data so Big Data came into existence. There are frameworks such as Map reduce and Spark; no functionality being exposed so that code cannot be overridden.

    A Hash Tree Framework for BigData Processing

    *Dr. A. Suresh Babu, S. Sireesha

    A Hash Tree Framework for BigData Processing

  • Exchange Traded Funds in India *Ms. Sangeeta Malik

    ETF is the medium or instrument in the market with which small units of shares or commodities is purchased or sold. These can be based on index commodities, bonds or a basket of assets like an index fund. For example: If 1kg gold is equal to rupees 30 lakhs, then, 1 ETF, even, may be equal to 1 gm. ETF are listed on stock exchanges and traded like general stock.

    Exchange Traded Funds in India

    *Ms. Sangeeta Malik

    Exchange Traded Funds in India

  • Experiment and Simulation Correlation of Steel Ball Impact Test on Clothes Washer Console *Pratik P. Dixit, Dr. Girish N. Kotwal, Jaya Jayakumar

    Dynamic analysis of clothes washer console is required to determine its strength under accidental free falling weight. This study focuses on impact analysis of clothes washer console. Free falling steel ball of 0.535 kg weight is dropped on clothes washer console from a specified height, meanwhile acceleration is measured at specific location. High degree of non-linearity is involved during the steel ball.

    Experiment and Simulation Correlation of Steel Ball Impact Test on Clothes Washer Console

    *Pratik P. Dixit, Dr. Girish N. Kotwal, Jaya Jayakumar

    Experiment and Simulation Correlation

  • Deadlock Analysis of Improved Round Robin CPU Scheduling Algorithm Using Markov Chain Model *Rupesh Sendre, Rahul Singhai

    CPU scheduling defines the rules for deciding which of the available process in ready queue will be selected next and dispatched by scheduler to CPU, so that the resource utilization and overall performance of the system could be improved. Various traditional CPU scheduling algorithms have been proposed by several researchers each having their pros and cons.

    Deadlock Analysis of Improved Round Robin CPU Scheduling Algorithm Using Markov Chain Model

    *Rupesh Sendre, Rahul Singhai

    Deadlock Analysis of Improved Round Robin

  • An Efficient Identity Based Data Integrity Auditing Protocol for Secure Cloud Storage *Misbah U.Mulla, Prabhu R.Bevinamarad

    Due to rapid and fast development of cloud computing and its services more and more users have started to store their data remotely on cloud servers which helps in easy access to the information. The various security issues arise while processing the client data on the cloud such as the maintenance of data integrity and verification of the information for integrity check.

    An Efficient Identity Based Data Integrity Auditing Protocol for Secure Cloud Storage

    *Misbah U.Mulla, Prabhu R.Bevinamarad

    An Efficient Identity Based Data Integrity