June - 2019 (Volume-9 ~ Issue-6 ~ Series-1)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Voltage Stability of Integrated Grid with Solar & Wind Power along with LCOE: A Case Study in Bhutan
Country :: India
Authors :: Namgay Tenzin || RP Saini
Page No. :: 01-14

Renewable energy systems like solar photovoltaic and wind are increasingly used for electric power generation to offset the use of non-renewable sources of electricity and also reduce carbon emissions. Due to the intermittent nature of the resource the power generated from solar PV and wind energy conversion systems are intermittent too resulting in varying voltages and frequency. This results to an unstable grid when integrated with conventional grid, hence power converters are used to make outputs from solar and wind suitable for grid integration. Load flow analysis is used for planning and contingency analysis in power system studies, here load flow is used to access the voltage stability of grid integrated with solar PV and wind energy conversion systems............

Key words: Solar photovoltaic, wind energy conversion systems, Monte Carlo Simulation, MATLAB Simulink, Load flow, Voltage Stability

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Automatic Speech Recognition Performance of Alveolar Plosive and Retroflex Plosive Phonemes of Malayalam Language
Country :: India
Authors :: Dr. Cini Kurian
Page No. :: 15-16

Speech recognition applications are becoming common and useful in this day and age as many of the modem devises are designed and produced user-friendly for the convenience of general public. The main objective of this paper is to explore the speech recognition performance Alveolar Plosive and Retroflex plosive phonemes of Malayalam language.

Key words: Automatic Speech Recognition, Malayalam

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Wettability Study of Aluminum on Advanced Cutting Tools
Country :: India
Authors :: R.C. Mohapatra || S. K. Sarangi
Page No. :: 17-20

Wetting test is widely used to find out the chemical affinity of aluminum with different substrates before proceeding for any expensive tests. In this present work, Wettabilty tests were carried out in a high vacuum brazing chamber to find out the spreadability of aluminum on various carbide substrates. The wetting angles were measured by SEM pictures. Geometrical configuration of the wetting specimen clearly indicates that Al2O3 has a better wettability than TiN with liquid Al. Hence the tests revealed TiN coated carbide insert showed best result compared to others.

Keywords: Ceramics; Interfaces; Diffusion; Surface properties

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Voltage Restoration Capability of Grid Tied DFIG System under Various Operating Conditions
Country :: India
Authors :: Kartik Singh || Rakeshwri Agrawal || Deepak Agrawal
Page No. :: 21-27

DFIG is a very flexible wind energy conversion system which employs power electronic interface to control the rotor currents in a way to achieve the variable speed stable operation. In this paper Performance analysis of Grid Connected DFIG based wind energy system is presented. The simulation model in Matlab Simulink has been developed. The system has been studied for various operating condition. The pre-Fault and post-Fault condition of DFIG are examined depending upon which, a grid side converter (GSC) control topology has been proposed to restore system voltage when the system under-going faults. The focus of the research is to develop the voltage restoration capability of the DFIG with the help of three level inverter and active filter to mitigate harmonic.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: ZnO Nanorods and its Photocatalytic Studies on Methylene Blue Dye
Country :: India
Authors :: D. Nathiya || N.M.I. Alhaji || A. M. Uduman Mohideen || A. Ayeshamariam
Page No. :: 28-34

Flower-shaped ZnO NPs were synthesized directly from an aqueous solution of Zinc nitrate in the presence of CTAB at 140 °C. The as-synthesized products were investigated in terms of their morphological, structural, photocatalytic properties. Methylene blue (MB) are employed to evaluate the photocatalytic activity of the ZnO NPs. The photocurrent response experiments are also carried out. The as-formed composite shows higher efficiency of photocatalytic degradation on MB. Moreover, it also exhibits obvious photocurrent under light irradiation.

Keywords: ZnO NPs, hydrothermal and photocatalytic degradation

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Study of Content Based Image Retrieval System Using Similarity Features
Country :: India
Authors :: Punit Soni || Vijay Kumar Lamba || Surender Kumar
Page No. :: 35-40

FContent based image retrieval is the research field that provides an effective way to search the image from the database. Research objective of this article is to design and development of algorithm and data structure for efficient image retrieval from large database with color histogram, texture and multiple distance measures. This research paper discuss about the Image retrieval problem and types of Image retrieval technique. In the next section authors talked about Text based Image Retrieval (TBIR) and Content based Image Retrieval (CBIR). There were lots of research carried out in Content based and Text based retrieval, so in the last section is about research methodology in the field of image and text retrieval.


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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Effect of Aluminium Doping on Structural Properties of CoFe2O4 Nanoparticles
Country :: India
Authors :: Vishnu B. Raut || Atul P. Keche || D. R. Sapate || S. K. Vyawahare
Page No. :: 41-44

The present work deals with the synthesis and structural properties of pure and aluminium doped cobalt ferrite (CoFe2O4 and CoAl0.2Fe1.8O4) nanoparticles. The CoFe2O4 and CoAl0.2Fe1.8O4 nanoparticles were synthesized by sol-gel auto combustion method. X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) techniques were used for the characterization of the prepared samples. The structural properties were estimated from X-ray diffraction (XRD) studies. The average particle size was calculated by using Debye Scherrer's formula and the obtained values are of few nanometre. The principle absorption band corresponding to octahedral lattice site was observed from FTIR spectra


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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Mathematical And Simulation Models Of Lighting Automatic Control System In According With Natural Light
Country :: Vietnam
Authors :: NGO Phuong Le || LUONG Ngoc Giap || NGUYEN Binh Khanh || BUI Tien Trung || TRUONG Nguyen Tuong An
Page No. :: 45-52

This article presents a mathematical model and a simulation model of lighting automatic control system in according with natural light to achieve standard illuminance and energy saving. The paper presents a method to develop mathematical models of actuators (LED driver and LED), sensor (light dependant resistor and analog-digital converter). PID controller with consideration of integral anti-windup to improve regulation quality of the system was introduced. Simulation model was constructed on Matlab-Simulink to verify mathematical model and to evaluate quality of regulation..

Keywords: Mathematical model, simulation model, lighting, automatic control, LED, LDR, matlab, simulink

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Performance Analysis of Dynamic Compressive Wide-Band Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio for Internet of Things Application
Country :: India
Authors :: Aparna Singh Kushwah || Ayushi Rai
Page No. :: 53-58

With the rising of new paradigms in wireless communications such as Internet of things (IoT), current static frequency allocation policy faces a primary challenge of spectrum scarcity, and thus encourages the IoT devices to have cognitive capabilities to access the underutilized spectrum in the temporal and spatial dimensions. Wideband spectrum sensing is one of the key functions to enable dynamic spectrum access. Wide-band spectrum sensing plays an important role in building such CR networks of IoT. In this paper, we propose a dynamic compressive wide-band spectrum sensing method based on channel energy reconstruction. After a bank of wide-band random filters is employed to measure the channel energy, rather than to recover all the channel energy in the whole spectrum, only the channel energy with a changing occupancy status in consecutive time slots is recovered.

Keywords: Cognitive Radio, Spectrum Sensing, Internet of Thing, Wide-band Spectrum

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Cross Polarized Radiations in Probe-Fed Rectangular Microstrip Antenna and Suppression Using Defected Ground Structure
Country :: India
Authors :: Poornima S || HalappaGajera || Chandrashekar K.S || Chandramma S
Page No. :: 59-64

H-plane cross-polarized radiation (XP) suppression has been discussed in this paper. There are many factors such as probe radiations, orthogonal components of dominant mode, fringing fields due to high fringing current etc., which causes the high XP radiations in a probe fed microstrip patch antenna (MPA). There are various techniques of XP suppression as reported in the literature, the etching of resonant slots as defected ground structure (DGS) close to the non-radiating edges of the patch is one of the techniques, simple and significant amount of XP suppression which can be achieved using this technique without changing the co-polarized radiation. The conventional MPA with resonating frequency of 3.1 GHz is designed using FR4 substrate with εr= 4.4 and h = 1.575 mm. The simulated result shows broadside radiation characteristics with peak gain of 5.27 dBi and XP fields -16dB is observed. Whereas the proposed MPA resonates at the same frequency and gain with broadside radiations but XP fields are significantly suppressed by 30 dB and it is -46 dB over the span of ±700 with......

Keywords:Co-polarized radiation, Cross-polarized radiation, Defected Ground Structure, Isolation, Microstrip Patch Antenna.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Survey in Anomaly and Misuse Intrusion Detection System
Country :: India
Authors :: Mohamed Elmubark || Abdelrahman Karrar || Nafeesa Hassan
Page No. :: 65-68

An intrusion detection system is a security attack detection/prevention mechanism, it can be implemented into software module or hardware module for the purpose of monitoring the systems or network for malicious activities.The Intrusion Detection System (IDS)detection models is categorized into anomaly andmisuse. Misuse Intrusion Detection definedatabase of the well-known attacks, normally using a set of rules,In the other handthe Anomaly Intrusion Detection uses a Dynamic Approach, the rules are set considering the abnormal activity on your network. This paper studied and discussed several works on anomaly, and misuse models, then compare them in regard of performance and detection rate.

Keywords: .....

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: TiO2-SiO2-C hard crystal to the Photocatalytic studies of methylene blue (MB) dye solution and IPA
Country :: India
Authors :: K. Gayathiridevi || G. Pasupathi
Page No. :: 69-79

Hydrothermal synthesis of TiO2-SiO2-C crystals by reaction of titante-silicate-carbon layered nanocrystals and aqueous solution at 160º C from 48 h has been studied. Anisotropic growth of TiO2-SiO2-C crystals was observed resulting in the formation of pseudo-cubic single crystal with a dendrite shape. Growth at 160º C led to the formation of very small crystal with predominantly tetragonal structure were obtained. This study demonstrates that the anisotropic growth of these crystals can be controlled by manipulating the temperature and time of reaction and highlights the influence of growth parameters on the TiO2-SiO2-C crystals under hydrothermal conditions when using layered titanates with nanoparticles morphology as Ti precursor

Keywords:Hydrothermal synthesis, Silicate, hard crystals and morphological

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