NCCT - 2018
National Conference on Convergence of Technology
(Feb 23 - 24, 2018)
Organized by
Vishwabharati Academy's College of Engineering, Sarola Baddi, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India.

  • Various Security Features of Indian Currency for Recognition and Authentication using Image Processing Prasad D. Deshpande, Atul Shrivastava

    Abstract - A currency note is a type of a negotiable instrument made by a bank, payable to the bearer on demand. The Indian Rupee is the official currency of the Republic of India. Counterfeit money is imitation currency produced without the legal authorization of the state or government. This has led to the escalation of corruption hindering country’s growth. For country like India Counterfeit note is one of the biggest hurdle in the in cash transactions.

    Various Security Features of Indian Currency for Recognition and Authentication using Image Processing

    Prasad D. Deshpande, Atul Shrivastava

    Various Security Features of Indian Currency

  • Structural Damage Detection And Monitoring Using Vibration Signatures And Smart Techniques Prof. V. S Yendhe, Prof. V. R. Lawande

    Abstract-Early detection of damage is of special concern for engineering structures. The traditional methods of damage detection include visual inspection or instrumental evaluation. A crack in a structural member introduces local flexibility that would affect vibration response of the structure. The presence of damage leads to changes in some of the lower natural frequencies and mode shapes.

    Damage detection is one of the important aspects in structural engineering for safety reasons. Main problem is to detect existence of a crack together with its location and depth in the structural member. Proposed method based on some set of fuzzy rules obtained from the information supplemented by Experimental FFT Analysis, and Finite Element Analysis. The Fuzzy controller use comprises of three input variables.

    Structural Damage Detection And Monitoring Using Vibration Signatures And Smart Techniques

    Prof. V. S Yendhe, Prof. V. R. Lawande

    Structural Damage Detection And Monitoring

  • Strategies and Analysis of Green Supply Chain Management with Help of Internet of Things Shaikh Aaliya Z

    Abstract— Green Supply Chain Management has appeared as an environmental innovation which integrates environmental concerns into supply chain management. It shows that Green Supply Chain Management is the advance change to improve to conventional supply chain management method. To facilitate the growth of Green Supply Chain Management some implementation guidelines to help academicians, researchers, and practitioners in better understanding

    integrated Green Supply Chain Management with Internet of Things to enhance growth and effectiveness and improved customer satisfaction. The purpose of the paper is to briefly review the research status of the Internet of Things as applied to supply chain management and the concept of the Green Supply Chain Management and also determine the new direction area of this emerging field.

    Strategies and Analysis of Green Supply Chain Management with Help of Internet of Things

    Shaikh Aaliya Z

    Shaikh Aaliya Z

  • SVC for Performance Improvement in Electrical Distribution System Prof. S. B. Shinare

    Abstract - Electrical energy is the key for developing the growth of nation. It also plays vital role in the phase of globalization currently there should some major issues while Transmission and Distribution (T & D) losses, power theft, poor power quality, fluctuations in power supply, etc. hence to solve this issue initiative and restructuring of power system is required.

    SVC for Performance Improvement in Electrical Distribution System

    Prof. S. B. Shinare

    SVC for Performance Improvement

  • Agro-met Expert System Using Climate Normal Phenology for Soya bean Crop in Regional Area Rathod Vijaya Kishor, Khandare Pooja Shatrughan, Mukhekar Komal Balasaheb, Madake Bhagyashri Sadashiv, Dr. Gaike V. V.

    Abstract: Weather is widely recognized as an important determinant of the level and variability of crop yield. For explaining this relationship between weather and crop yield it has been a common practice to use rainfall as a measure of weather condition, because rainfall is an essential component of the wider phenomenon of weather. However while considering the effect of weather on yield we must consider in addition to rainfall

    Agro-met Expert System Using Climate Normal Phenology for Soya bean Crop in Regional Area

    Rathod Vijaya Kishor, Khandare Pooja Shatrughan, Mukhekar Komal Balasaheb, Madake Bhagyashri Sadashiv, Dr. Gaike V. V.

    Agro-met Expert System Using Climate