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Volume 1, Issue 7

 

 

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1. ANALYSIS OF SINGLE SIGN ON WEB – EMERGENCE OF GOOGLE SERVICE PROVIDER
Pratiba Reddy G, Ramya Mendu, Prashanth, Rama Krishna

Abstract
Web user Applications are used widely in several fields for quality security reliability purpose the users are required toidentifyuser id and password to logging. We use a global identifier user name and password in many systems is difficult. So in different approaches are proposed to implement the problem; amongthose single sign-on (SSO) is the most popular technique. Usingthis, client can log in only once to get access to all other serverswithout log in once again. We analysed to use a single sign-on assistant calledSSOA for web application is an authentication server broker. Ifthe uservisit the web browser system using the internet explorer, SSOA validates the user id and password. SSOAHTTP POST data; HTTP header used for login,reference address and authorization URI, and then constructsHTTP POST compatible data used for validation. We also given the clear picture example for Google service provider validation by the SAML and SSOA the user can use the other applicationsand resources registered in SSOA. With which we would solve to uniquely identity authentication attaining simplicity, reliable and relatively no risk and low cost.

Keywords: Single Sign On, Authentication, Google Service Provider, Validation.
01-05
2. BLACK BOX FOR VEHICLES
P. Ajay Kumar Reddy, P.Dileep Kumar, K. Bhaskar reddy, E.Venkataramana, M.Chandra sekhar Reddy

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The main purpose of the paper is to develop a prototype of Black Box For vehicle diagnosis that can be installed into any vehicle. This prototype can be designed with minimum number of circuits. This can contribute to construct safer vehicles, improving the treatment for crash victims, helping insurance companies with their vehicle crash investigations, and enhancing road status in order to decrease the death rate.

Keywords: Vehicle, Black Box, Microcontroller, Computer Interface
06-12
3. ERGONOMIC ANALYSIS IN GLASS MAKING INDUSTRY WITH THE APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES
Ajit, Ruchi Chaudhary, DP Sharma, Manisha Verma, RK Srivastava

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Ergonomic analysis is an important part of the design and evaluation of products, jobs, tools, machines and environments for safe, comfortable and effective human functioning. The Artificial Intelligence Techniques like Neural Network is to estimate the occupational health hazards (OHH) of glass making workers for different job combinations.OHH of a job typically depends on factors like working hours (WH), duration of rest breaks (RB), and working hours between two rest breaks (WHBTRB).The Earnings of the glass making workers is calculated as per the jobs specified to them. In particular eight types of jobs, usually done by glass making workers, are considered. Each job has its specific earnings. Usually high earning jobs are very tedious to perform. Workers performing such jobs suffer from severe stresses and other health problems. Both low back pain (LBP) and neck pain (NP) are major occupational health problems. Some jobs are not that much tough or severe in nature but these are not that well-paid. In general workers prefer high earning jobs, which in turn create considerable health problems to them. Combining jobs is found to be a way of reducing OHH and yet maintaining the good earnings. One severe job (firing-work) is combined with the rest of three jobs sequentially resulting in three job combination.

Keywords: Ergonomics, Human Factors and Work Place Design, Glass Manufacturing, Small Scale Industry, ANN.
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4. ATTACK MODEL OF VERSION BASED SOFTWARE WATERMARK
D.Seetha Mahalaxmi, Dr. S. Viswanatha Raju, Dr. A. Vinay Babu

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Software Watermarking is an important tool for combating the Software Piracy. Software Watermarking is an approach to the problem of copyright protection that involves embedding ownership information in an executable program. The software watermark acts like an identifier and helps in proving the ownership of the owner. In this paper an Attack Model of VBSW, a brief account on Version attack, and LOC are discussed.

Keywords: VBSW, version attack, LOC attack
20-21
5. EFFECT OF CERTAIN INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS ON COMPACTION CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EXPANSIVE SOIL–A COMPARATIVE STUDY
Dr.A.V.Narasimha Rao, M.Chittaranjan

Abstract
The rapid growth in population and industrialization cause generation of large quantities of effluents. The bulk effluents generated from industrial activities are discharged either treated or untreated over the soil leading to changes in soil properties causing improvement or degradation of engineering behaviour of soil. If there is an improvement in engineering behaviour of soil, there is a value addition to the industrial wastes serving the three benefits of safe disposal of effluent, using as a stabilizer and return of income on it. If there is degradation of engineering behaviour of soil then solution for decontamination is to be obtained. Expansive soils are mostly found in the arid and semi-arid regions of the world. In India expansive soils are called black cotton soils because of their colour and cotton growing potential. Expansive soils undergo swelling when they come into contact with water and shrink when water is squeezed out. The typical swelling/shrinkage behaviour is due to the basic mineral composition of the montmorillonite. The Swelling nature of soil causes lot of damages to civil engineering structures which are constructed over them. Hence in this paper the effect of certain industrial effluents on compaction behaviour has been presented. The soil used in this investigation is classified as "SC" as per I.S.Classification system. It is highly expansive nature as the Differential Free Swell Index is about 255%.The Proctor's compaction tests are conducted on the soil treated with Textile, Tannery and Battery effluents at different percentages from 20 to 100% in increment of 20%.In order to compare the results of admixed soil, tests are also conducted on untreated soil. There is a decrease in Optimum Moisture Content values and increase in Maximum Dry Unit Weight of soil is treated with Tannery effluent and whereas increase in Optimum Moisture Content values and decrease in Maximum Dry Unit weight of soil with Textile and Battery effluent.

Keywords: Expansive Soil, Textile Effluent, Tannery Effluent, Battery Effluent, Optimum Pore fluid Content, Maximum Dry Unit weight.
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6. INVESTIGATION OF PACKET TRANSMISSION STRATEGIES OF MIMO EQUIPPED MOBILE ADHOC NETWORK USING SPACE-TIME CODING
Swati Chowdhuri, Dr. Sheli Sinha Chaudhury, Dr. Arun Kumar Mondal, Dr. P.K.Baneerjee

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With the rapid growth of wireless communication infrastructure over the recent few years, new challenges has been posed on the system and analysis on wireless ad hoc networking. Implementation of MIMO communication in such type of network is enhancing the packet transmission capabilities. There are different techniques for cooperative transmission and broadcasting packet in MIMO equipped Mobile Adhoc Ntwork. Studying and investigating the different broadcasting algorithm, we propose a new scheduling algorithm which improves the packet transmission rate and energy performance of the network which is illustrated in this paper. The system model employed in the OPNET environment and simulated to show the packet transmission rate and some data are collected are shown in the tabular form. Also simulate the network for generating a comparative statement for each mobile node. And performance analysis is also done for the model network.

Keywords: Multi Input Multi Output (MIMO), Space-time coding, Ethernet Delay, ad hoc networks.
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7. APPLICATION OF OFDM MODULATION ON UP-LINK IN UMTS UTRA-FDD FOR MULTIPLEXING PHYSICAL DATA CHANNELS OF A SAME MOBILE
NGOM Agnès, OUESSE Mohamed El – Amine, BOUALLEGUE Ridha, OUYA Samuel, FARSSI Sidi Mohamed

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OFDM is a modulation technique which allows not only to increase more the bit rates of SISO or MIMO systems but also to fight against the multipath phenomena of the mobile radio channel - due to its frequency and temporal selectivity- by transforming it in a set of sub-channels not selective for frequencies. To benefit of these advantages that it offers, we suggest in this paper to apply it for multiplexing physical data channels of a same mobile given that on the one hand, the UMTS standard plans the situation where a mobile has to emit simultaneously data towards different channels [1] and on the other hand, the multipath phenomena degrade the orthogonality of the codes used in WCDMA. The use of this modulation will allow to simplify the data symbols reception because we shall not have any more as in the case of the RAKE receiver to look for all the path followed by an emitted signal to obtain the received signal. The data emission principle similar to the OFDM which we proposed on the up-link, allowed us to give the emitted OFDM signal expression. We showed that we can have emission bit rates superior or equal to 2Mbit/s if the chip time Tc satisfies equation (24). This OFDM signal is then simulated for a mobile having to send simultaneously one data symbol by channel for a total of four channels.

Keywords: MIMO, OFDM, RAKE receiver, SISO, UMTS, WCDMA
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8. REMOVAL OF PHOSPHATE FROM WASTEWATER USING LOW-COST ADSORBENTS
Dr. C.R.Ramakrishnaiah, Vismitha

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A study was undertaken to investigate the removal of phosphorus from synthetic and industrial effluents by adsorption process in order to achieve the 100% removal efficiency. The study was conducted by using different adsorbents which includes alum sludge, coal ash, class'C' fly ash and ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS).The optimum pH; effective dosage and reaction time were optimized. As a result, pH of 5 and dosage of 10gm/100ml was found to be optimized condition for the phosphate removal by alum sludge, class'C'Flyash and GGBS and pH of 7 and 7.5gm/100ml was found to be the optimized condition for the phosphate removal by coal-ash adsorbents. Column studies were conducted in order to determine the saturation time by using column Break-through curve. From the column break-through curve, the saturation time for alum sludge, Coal-ash, Class'C'flyash and GGBS for synthetic sample of initial concentration 25mg/l was found to be 62,38,34 and 32 hours respectively. The saturation time for alum sludge, Coal-ash, Class'C'flyash and GGBS for synthetic sample of initial concentration 50mg/l was found to be 26, 20,20and 18 hours respectively. The experiments were carried out on industrial wastewater for the removal of Phosphorus with the optimum operating conditions which were obtained from batch studies. The results obtained on industrial wastewater showed the results were in par with the synthetic sample except for Coal-ash adsorbent.

Keywords: Adsorption, phosphate removal, Class'C' Flyash, Alum sludge, coal-ash, GGBS
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9. Witricity: A Novel Concept of Power Transfer
Miss. Bhagyashri D. Mokalkar, Miss. Chaitali B. Tale, Prof. J. S. Edle

Abstract
Can we imagine the life without electrical wires? From now onwards answer to this question is ―Yes‖. The method proposed in the present paper called ―Witricity ―will facilitate to Transfer power without using wires. The efficient midrange power can be transmitted to any device which uses that range of power by the technique used in this Witricity concept. When two magnetically Resonating objects at ―Strongly coupled‖ regime tend to exchange energy efficiently by the transfer of power in the non-radiating fields. This is the basic principle involved in it. By taking two coils having same magnetic resonance and one is coupled to source and other is coupled to Device. So that the energy transfer is efficient even the air gap between them is high. Now a days there is a Rapid development of autonomous electronics like Laptops, Cell-phones, House-hold robots and all the above devices typically rely on chemical energy storage(Battery) .As they are becoming daily needs to present generation, Wireless energy transfer would be useful for many applications as above as they need midrange energy.

Keywords: About five key words in alphabetical order, separated by comma
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10. Space Robot
Miss. Shweta Kale, Miss. Gayatri Patole, Miss. Mohoni Mohurle

Abstract
Robot is a mechanical body with the brain of a computer. Integrating the sensors and the actuators and with the help of the computers, we can use it to perform the desired tasks. Robot can do hazardous jobs and can reach places where it is difficult for human beings to reach. Robots, which substitute the manned activities in space, are known as space robots. The interest in this field led to the development of new branch of technology called space robotics. Through this paper, I intend to discuss about the applications, environmental condition, testing and structure of space robots.

Keywords: Robots, Space Robots, Sensors, Actuators, Mechatronics
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11. FUZZY LOGIC AND NEURO FUZZY MODELS FOR DIRECT CURRENT MOTORS
Tarik Rashid

Abstract
Fuzzy logic techniques or fuzzy inference systems(FIS) aim at designing systems in which the users create sets of rules. In return, the system transfers these rules to their mathematical counterparts. This technique will make things easier for system designers and computer users, producing results that are more accurate and precise for real world data. Neuron-fuzzy inference systems are originally derived from fuzzy logic concepts; these are adaptive techniques. The network takes the data, processes the data, the rules are input by the user, and finally the inference system works out these rules to produce the final output of the system. In this paper both techniques are used to predict the direct current for the motor engines. The two techniques; fuzzy inference system and neurons fuzzy inference system techniques are compared. The neuron inference system outperformed the Fuzzy logic systems.

Keywords: Direct Current Motor Engine, Fuzzy Logic, Fuzzy Inference System, Neuro Fuzzy Inference System.
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12. LATERAL PARAMETER ESTIMATION USING REGRESSION
Rakesh Kumar

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The paper presents the estimation of lateral aerodynamic parameters using Regression (Least Squares method) from real flight data of Hansa-3 aircraft. The conventional or output error methods such as Regression, Maximum Likelihood methods require exact model postulation for accurate estimation of parameters. The three sets of lateral-directional flight data were gathered during flight testing of Hansa-3 Aircraft. The processed data was used to carry out data compatibility check. The compatible data sets were used to estimate the lateral (lateral-directional) aerodynamic parameters using Regression. The results have been presented in tabular as well as in graphical form and compared to the wind tunnel values to assess the accuracy level.

Keywords: Lateral, Aerodynamic, Parameters, Mathematical Model
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13. LATERAL PARAMETER ESTIMATION USING NGN METHOD
Rakesh Kumar

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The paper presents the estimation of lateral aerodynamic parameters using neural based (Neural-Gauss-Newton) method from real flight data of Hansa-3 aircraft. The conventional methods require exact model postulation whereas the Neural-Gauss-Newton method is an algorithm that utilizes Feed Forward Neural Network and Gauss-Newton optimization to estimate the parameters and does not require a priori postulation of mathematical model or solution of equations of motion. The results obtained in terms of lateral-directional aerodynamic parameters were reasonably accurate to establish neural method with an additional advantage of non-requirement of a priori aerodynamic model.

Keywords: Lateral, Aerodynamic, Parameters, Mathematical Model, NGN
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14. AN OVERVIEW OF SMART GRID
Jaimala Gambhir

Abstract
Increasing complexity of power grid and its management, growing demand and service quality expectations such as greater grid reliability, efficiency and security as well as environmental and energy sustain ability concerns have triggered the next major step in the evolution of the power grid towards a "Smart Grid". It is an expected result of implementing new technologies in power systems, including renewable energy resources, distributed generation and latest information and communication technologies. In this paper a overview of smart grid system is given and technological advancements made to normal power grid to make it ―Smart Grid‖ are discussed.

Keywords: Distribution Generation, Renewable energy Sources, Smart Grid.
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