International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development
( International Peer Reviewed Open Access Journal ) ISSN [ Online ] : 2581 - 7175
IJSRED Volume 2 - Issue 2, March - April 2019
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Energy Harvesting with Piezotransducer using a Rectifier-free circuit for low voltage application
Author(s): Dr. Robert Honl, Gnanasekar Jayaraj, Lochan Thorera Udayakumar, Santhosh kumar Sermugasamy
In this generation of microworld, energy requirement for micro devices in critical working environment is always been a complex process for deciding the power source. By harvesting small amount of energies from the environmental sources (such as ambient Temperature, vibrations or light sources) the process is made simple. In this paper/ report, the energy harvesting circuit for low voltage input (piezo quartz transducer) with the help of rectifier free circuit (using switching components i.e., MOSFET; minimum Energy loss) for powering low powered sensors and actuators.
Keyword: ac/dc conversion; rectifier free; energy harvesting; low voltage, low power.×
Dr. Robert Honl, Gnanasekar Jayaraj, Lochan Thorera Udayakumar, Santhosh kumar Sermugasamy "Energy Harvesting with Piezotransducer using a Rectifier-free circuit for low voltage application" Vol 2-Issue 2 (542-546) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
A Study on Competency Mapping at BGR Energy in India
Author(s): Toopalli Sirisha, Dr. Nalla Bala Kalyan
An ever changing and highly dynamic environment impacted upon by forces such as liberalization, world-wide competition marked by new entrants, fast changing technologies, new models of business and converging industries, thrust on operational efficiency and effectiveness ably supported by technological advancements, increased sensitivity to stakeholders and a trend towards rights-based entitlements created an impetus to the organizations to reform and adopt new practices to manage their human resources. In the today’s scenario, “Skill and Competency” are the main drivers of an organization’s efficiency, effec¬tiveness and performance at large. So Firms are becoming increasingly aware of the need to have competent employees for survival and long term sustainability. All types of Organizations irrespective of their size, structure and age are talking about competencies. All organisations are still struggling with defining, designing and deploying Competency Mapping models, frameworks and processes. The aim of the study is to explore the extent of usage and formalization of Competency Mapping in BGR Energy. The current study aims at analysing the competency gaps at BGR Energy.
Keyword: BRG Energy, Competency, Competency Mapping, Competency Gaps, Skill.×
Toopalli Sirisha, Dr. Nalla Bala Kalyan "A Study on Competency Mapping at BGR Energy in India" Vol 2-Issue 2 (547-556) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Replacement of Fine Aggregates in Self Compacting Concrete by Using Brick Dust and Fly Ash
Author(s): Manpreet Singh, Satgur Singh
Self-compacting concrete principle is not new; special applications such as underwater concreting have always required concrete, which could be placed without the need for compaction. In such circumstances vibration was simply impossible. Early self- compacting concretes relied on very high contents of cement paste and, once supper plasticizers become available, they were added in the concrete mixes. The required specialized and well-controlled placing methods in order to avoid segregation, and the high contents of cement paste made them prone to shrinkage. The overall costs were very high and applications remained very limited. Compared to normal vibrated concrete (NVC), self-compacting concrete (SCC) possesses enhanced qualities and improves productivity and working conditions due to the elimination of compaction. SCC generally has higher powder content then NVC and thus its necessary to replace some of the cement by additions to achieve an economical and durable concrete. Japan has used self-compacting concrete (SCC) in bridge, building and tunnel construction since the early 1990's. In the last five year, a number of SCC bridges have been constructed in Europe. In the United States, the application of SCC in highway bridge construction is very limited at very limited at this time. However, the USA precast concrete industry is beginning to apply the technology to architectural concrete. SCC has high potential for wider structural applications in highway bridge construction. The application of concrete without vibration in highway bridge construction is practically admissible. In the present study, attempt has been made to compare the mechanical properties of self-compacting and normal concrete specimens. The criteria used in it based on 7days, 28 days and 56 days compressive splitting tensile and flexure strength and of conventional and self-compacting concrete for five Fly ash Brick dust ratios as a replacement to fine aggregate.
Keyword: NVC; SCC; Fly ash; Brick dust.×
Manpreet Singh, Satgur Singh "Replacement of Fine Aggregates in Self Compacting Concrete by Using Brick Dust and Fly Ash" Vol 2-Issue 2 (557-562) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
How Block chain Benefits Businesses
Author(s): Nik Tehrani, MamounSamaha
A blockchain is a shared ledger sent via the internet in which transactions are permanently recorded without any reversal or alteration. A business transaction is permanently encoded into a block of digital data which has a unique identification. A user’s identity is concealed via complex cryptography represented only by a public address. The three main properties of the blockchain technology are: decentralization, transparency, and immutability. No central authority oversees a blockchain network. It is a democratized system since it is a shared and immutable ledger, and the data in it is available for anyone with permission to access.Centralized systems have vulnerabilities because all data is store in one location, making them easy targets for hackers. What can go wrong with a centralized system? (1) Software upgrades can halt an entire system, (2) if the centralized system shut down for any reason, no information can be accessed, (3) if the system becomes corrupted or malicious, the data can be compromised. By removing centralization, information is no longer stored in one network. Decentralizing the system will remove centralized storage, allowing users to communicate without intermediary of a third party.Bitcoin is a volatile cryptocurrency using blockchain. Bitcoin determines its value by supply and demand and is entirely decentralized, making it impossible for any one individual to control the entire supply.Blockchain may prove useful in different industries including: supply chain management, quality assurance, accounting, smart contracts, voting, stock exchange, energy supply, and peer-to-peer global transactions.
Keyword: Blockchain, centralized system, shared ledger, immutability, centralized storage, hackers, client-server model, bitcoin, supply chain management, quality assurance, accounting, smart contracts, voting, stock exchange, energy supply, peer-to-peer global transactions.×
Nik Tehrani,Mamoun Samaha "How Block chain Benefits Businesses" Vol 2-Issue 2 (563-567) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Space Planning Factors of Terengganu Traditional House
Author(s): Tawfeeq Awawdeh, MohdHisham Bin Omar, Marzuki Ibrahim, Hisham Lababneh, Salem Alqamaz
Due to the importance of designing the internal space in the houses in order to create a space suitable for all family members and their activities, this study applied Principle Component Analysis (PCA) and Cluster Analysis at determining the effect of space planning factors on traditional houses in the state of Terengganu. In order to achieve the objective of the study, a questionnaire was designed as a main tool for collecting data. A total of 350 responses from the Terengganu citizens were obtained but only 325 valid responses were used for the analysis. The study found that there is great importance for space planning in traditional house, the characteristics and forms of architectural spaces greatly affect human behavior, and there is a relationship between the distribution of furniture and internal spaces of the house, and color is an important element in the planning of the interior space of houses, as it affects the sensory and visual perception of individuals.
Keyword: Furniture, Floor, Windows, Suitable rooms, Social needsl.×
Tawfeeq Awawdeh, MohdHisham Bin Omar, Marzuki Ibrahim, HishamLababneh, Salem Alqamaz "Space Planning Factors of Terengganu Traditional House" Vol 2-Issue 2 (568-576) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Energy Calculation Involving Different steps of Dienone-Phenol Rearrangement so as to Predict the Most Facile Migratory Substituents From the Selected Species
Author(s): Lijumon Lalremsanga
The approach of this theoretical work is to study different steps involved in dienone-phenol rearrangement. Different substituents viz. Hydrogen, Methyl, Ethyl, Isopropyl and tertiary butyl groups were selected as the migratory substituents. Comparison was made between these substituents for their ability to accomplish 1,2 migration. Energy was determined for each substituents by using AM1, HF and B3LYP calculation. The molecular structure along with its substituent that corresponds to the minimum energy is considered as the most stable with easiest migration and the structure with its substituent giving the highest energy corresponds to the least probable migration. The energy of transition state with various substituents was taken as the major factor that determines the migration ability of substituent. The migratory aptitude of the migrating group is determined as the ability of the group to stabilize the carbo-cationic intermediate. The study includes plotting of the energy profile of the entire reaction from stucture I to structure V.
Keyword: Dienone-phenol rearrangement, migratory aptitude, 1,2 migration, AM1, HF and B3LYP calculation, carbo-cationic intermediate, energy profile.×
Lijumon Lalremsanga "Energy Calculation Involving Different steps of Dienone-Phenol Rearrangement so as to Predict the Most Facile Migratory Substituents From the Selected Species" Vol 2-Issue 2 (577-581) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
IoT Based Smart Fuel Meter
Author(s): Sri Sangeetha R, Chandrasekaran V, Kumaraguru P, Mathu venkatesh M, Nanda Kumar K, Naveen Prasad P
Larceny of fuel is a serious issue. Petrol bunk workers may cultivate the ignorance of their customers by filling less fuel than for what they pay. Also car drivers and other institutions and corporate sectors face problems of fuel larceny during long journeys. We are providing solution to the above mentioned problems by developing a compact product with flow meter, Wi-Fi module etc. By which we can eliminate the larceny in petrol bunks and in public places, we can also get the detailed summary about the fuel cost and their corresponding quantity along with the measured quantity.By the usage of the flow meter through which the difference between the actual quantity and the measured quantity by the meter can be viewed. Thus with the help of the above details like quantity of the fuel received the ratings will be provided for the petrol bunks from which the people can come to know about the transparency which results in the complete elimination of the larceny of fuel in the petrol bunk. The Webpage utilizes the THINGSPEAK analytics to analyze the fuel filling to give more detailed description and visualization of the fuel filling statistics. Wi-Fi unit performs IoT operation by sending fuel filling data to the webpage which can be accessed by the customers. This proposed system utilizes an Arduino. The detailed description about the fuel consumption is generated which can be displayed on the webpage through the Wi-Fi module.
Keyword: Flow meter, 20*4 LCD Display, Arduino mega Board, ESP 8266 Wi-Fi Module, 4*4 keypad.×
Sri Sangeetha R, Chandrasekaran V, Kumaraguru P, Mathu venkatesh M, Nanda Kumar K, Naveen Prasad P "IoT Based Smart Fuel Meter" Vol 2-Issue 2 (582-584) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Drone Delivery: A review of Classification and Contribution in saving lives
Author(s): Shubham, Musa, Anmol, Preeti Rani
With propelling automaton innovations and expanding business utilization we trust the last mile shipping industry is ready for interruption by conveyance rambles with advancing drone technologies and increasing commercial usage, we believe the last mile shipping industry is ripe for disruption by delivery drones. Drones can significantly accelerate delivery times and reduce the human cost associated with the delivery. whereas it would work in well managed ,systematic ad an accurate way apart from this it would also promote safety, conserve energy invested on delivering the product and in upcoming research we would also look for various types of drones, their working, how it has evolved from several years and its work in different fields. Thus the purpose of my research paper is to explore the whole scenario of drone delivery.
Keyword: Drone, UAV, Remote control, Battery, Internet, GPS.×
Shubham, Musa, Anmol, Preeti Rani "Drone Delivery: A Review of Classification and Contribution in Saving Lives" Vol 2-Issue 2 (585-589) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Vehicle Fuel Theft Detection Using 89C51
Author(s): Mr.Aniket Shinde, Mr.Atharva Mane, Mr.Purvesh Sapkale, Mr.Amanraj Singh, Prof.Jyoti Deshmukh, Prof. Firoj Mulani
The system will manipulate a mobile phone to send SMS. Even though the SMS can be sent using the features available in the mobile, the objective of this experiment is to activate the SMS sending by the mobile phone using external program connected physically to the mobile phone. Antitheft security system utilizes an embedded system designed with GSM to monitor and safeguard a car. In attempt of theft the system sends text message to the car owner and at the same time starts up an alarm from the buzzer installed within the system. The safety of vehicles fuel is extremely essential for public so this project came to our notice due to the alarming rate at which vehicles fuel are being stolen in our country and with this design our vehicle can also be monitored irrespective of where it is parked , provided there is a GSM network coverage. Our model (theft detector) uses very few electronic components and looks very small and compact and can be mounted on vehicles easily.
Keyword: Security system, Microcontroller 89C51, GSM etc.×
Mr.Aniket Shinde , Mr.Atharva Mane, Mr.Purvesh Sapkale, Mr.Amanraj Singh, Prof.Jyoti Deshmukh , Prof. Firoj Mulani "Vehicle Fuel Theft Detection Using 89C51" Vol 2-Issue 2 (590-592) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Student Preferences and Current Usage in Interior Environment of the Library: A Case Study at a Malaysian University
Author(s): Hisham Lababneh, Mohd Hisham Bin Omar, Marzuki Ibrahim, Salem Alqamaz, Tawfeeq Awawdeh
Recent trends in the design and renovation of libraries concentrate principally on the library as place and as a social space, how do university students currently use the library? Do students primarily use the library to gather and interact, or are they using it to learn as in the suggestive traditional role of the library? How can students’ preferences for an ideal interior learning space be integrated into the design of a library to better support a learning environment? A case study of the main library at a University Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA) was used to examine these research questions.
A student survey was used to engage users of the space and recognize how they use the library. The analysis from this quantitative method approach was used to reveal how students use the study spaces in the library and how the interior spaces of the university library can be designed to respond to student behaviors and preferences.
Student survey results revealed that students value the library and use the library as a study space. The most significant finding was that 82.28% of survey respondents stated the main reason they choose to study at the library is for quiet study space. This finding is in opposition to the literature on the library as a social space. While we are designing libraries to foster collaboration, we must also maintain the notion that libraries should provide patrons with a welcoming and comfortable quiet study environment that promotes prolonged use. .
Keyword: Users Preferences, Current Use, Third Place, Interior design, Library Environment.×
Hisham Lababneh, Mohd Hisham Bin Omar, Marzuki Ibrahim, Salem Alqamaz, Tawfeeq Awawdeh "Student Preferences and Current Usage in Interior Environment of the Library: A Case Study at a Malaysian University" Vol 2-Issue 2 (593-602) Mar-Apr 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×