Authors - P. K. PAUL, P. S. AITHAL
Abstract : Computing and Information Technology is one of the emerging and popular subjects in today’s age. Computing and IT subject today becomes the field of fields. Various domain and disciplines which are associated with the information mechanism and digitalization may be treated within the branch of Computing and Information Technology. There are many levels available in this field ranging from certificate, diploma, advanced diploma, post graduate diploma to university leading masters, bachelors and doctoral programs. In a university system, Computing and Information Technology programs are available as a field of professional study and also as an academic branch of study. Although apart from the university system, Computing and Information Technology programs are available also in the computer related foundation, association, institutions, training division etc. The program of Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral are offered mainly at the university level whereas all the remaining level of study being offered in other educational institutions. However, one level called ‘Post Graduate Diploma’ is offered both at the university systems and other Computing and Information Technology dealing organizations. Interestingly the craze and popularity of such programs have been increased in recent past due to their benefits and power to move higher level including masters and doctoral degree. This is a conceptual paper dedicated to the offering of PG Diploma program in the field and mainly concentrated on offering the program at the university level. This paper highlights the possibilities and opportunities of offering the PG Diploma program by Indian Private Universities on Computing and Information Technology field mainly Computer Applications.
Keywords : Computing, Information Technology, Education, University Degree, PGDCA, Post Graduate Diploma, India, University.
Authors - P. K. Paul, P. S. Aithal, K. S. Shivraj
Abstract : Computer Application is one of the emerging domains in the field of computing and information technology. It is a domain of professional practice in India and mainly applicable in the working areas of software development and management. In Computer Application field the most significant job areas are software design and development, software engineering and management etc. Computer Application is available with two nomenclature and degrees viz. MCA and BCA. After completion of Computer Application degree, one can further progress and reach up to Doctoral Degree leading to Ph.D. In Computer Application, the flagship program is Masters one called Masters of Computer Application (MCA). A large number of universities and engineering colleges in India offers MCA program. It is normally available with 3 years duration. Unlike other computing and information technology degrees, it has opened a new vista for other background students to enter into the field of computing and IT profession. Computer Applications degree holders are widely working in Indian IT industry and doing well. Initially when the program was started in the nineteen-eighties rest part of the world were moved towards a new domain and fields called ‘Information Technology’ with much broader aim and agenda. Gradually MCA programs became popular and several institutions have been started the program with the widely running 3 years degree. Though in recent past many other universities mainly private universities have opened up a new world of MCA program with different duration based on entry level qualifications. In this paper, we have discussed and analyzed the unique features of MCA program offered by Indian Private Universities with special emphasis on Lateral entry to second and third years.
Keywords : Computer Application, Degree, MCA, Higher Education, India, Education and Training, Research and Development
Authors - Anoop M S, Yadhu krishnan
Abstract : The project title indicates that to assure the correct number of spot welds on the vehicle body parts as per the design, which is coming out of the Innova under body welding section. In Toyota, there are more than 1366 spots in the Innova vehicle body spot welding process. Spot welding process carried out by operators and main problem is missing of spots during the process. Welding of multi spots at same point on the body parts is also happening during the spot welding process. These two problems lead to the strength deterioration and quality issue problems in the vehicle body. Once the vehicle body came out with defect or less number of spots as per design, it is difficult to find the problem in the next section. But at the end of spot welding process, if any vehicle body found defective, then the whole body send to rejection or rework. This project suggested the different spot assurance techniques with detailed drawings and circuit diagrams. All the technique suggested for assuring the correct spots according to the specification of the part in spot welding process and also avoiding multispot at same weld points during the spot welding process. Feasibility study of making equipment for spot assurance technique also completed. Out of ten suggested ideas, Toyota maintenance team selected most economical three ideas for implementation.
Keywords : Spot welding, Toyota, Deterioration, Multi spot etc.
Authors - Aravind.R, K Sankar Ram, Krishnadas
Abstract : The objective of this work is to study the performance of a split air conditioning system with and without a Matrix Heat Exchanger (MHE) .The experiment was done using HFC134a as the refrigerant and Polyol-ester oil (POE) as the conventional lubricant in the air conditioning system. The performance of the split air conditioning system with HFC134a/POE oil system was compared with HFC134a/POE oil/MHE for different load conditions. The result indicates that the system performance has improved when HFC134a/POE oil/MHE system was used instead of HFC134a/POE oil system and there was also a reduction in power consumption at all load conditions. The HFC134a/POE oil/MHE works normally and safely in the air conditioning system. HFC134a/POE mineral oil/MHE system reduced the energy consumption by 33.84% when compared with the HFC134a/POE oil system. There was also an enhancement in coefficient of performance (COP) when MHE was introduced in the normal system.
Keywords : Split air conditioner, HFC134a, POE oil, Matrix Heat Exchanger, COP, Vapour Compression System
Authors - Arunkumar.G, Rahul P John & Rantheesh J
Abstract : The recent energy trend makes an opportunity to look for substitutes of fossil fuels. Vegetable-oil-based fuels have been considered to be good alternatives to fossil fuels for diesel engines. Bio-fuel commands crucial advantages such as technical feasibility of blending, superiority from the environment and emission reduction angle, its capacity to provide energy security to remote and rural areas and employment generation. This paper presents the results of emission and performance characteristics founded in a single cylinder direct injection diesel engine fuelled with blend (50 MOME) of mahua oil methyl ester.
Keywords : Diesel engine, mahua oil, biodiesel, performance and emissions.
Authors - Dhanunath.R, Neethu Krishna,Freeshma Karunan
Abstract : The aim of the project is to update scheduling in streaming data warehouses, which combines the features of traditional data ware houses and data stream systems. Warehouse tables are horizontally partitioned, where the separation of recent and historical data are done. Updating of jobs are handling through append mode. Scheduling decisions depends on the effect of update jobs on data streams. The main innovation is the Max Benefit Look Ahead algorithm for handling the large and heterogeneous job sets. Dynamic views not handled and efficient handling of multiple jobs at the same time is the problems addressed in the current data mining field. The project concerns this criterion in an effective manner. Tables in a streaming warehouse are partitioned by time, thus for many classes of views, updates only need to access one or a few of the most recent partitions. It considers the sequence that never leaves the system idle. It considers future jobs scheduled to arrive before the current job with highest marginal benefit is expected to complete. An important property of the data streams in this motivating application is that they are append-only in nature.
Keywords : Streaming data warehouse, Data staleness, Data freshness.
Authors - S.K. Muruganandham, D. Sobya, S. Nallusamy, Dulal Krishna Mandal, Partha Sarathi Chakraborty
Abstract : This research article represents an evaluation study of three major mobile adhoc networks routing protocols. It is necessary to provide the network operators and mobile applications developers with such a study to help them decide which mobile adhoc networks routing protocols can help to enhance the end-user experience. A mobile adhoc network is a kind of wireless adhoc network, random mobility and is a self configuring network of mobile routers connected by wireless links. Mobile adhoc networks network gets too much attraction of researchers due to its mobility, reliability, self-repairing and without depend any infrastructure. Therefore routing discovery and preservation are significant issues in these networks. Performance investigation was carried out on adhoc on-demand distance vector, dynamic source routing and optimized link state routing protocols using network simulator. We have analysis of throughput and packet delivery ratio and average end-to-end delay are measured for the comparison of the performance of above protocols.
Keywords : Routing Protocol, MANET, DSR, DSDV, TORA, ZRP
Authors - D. Sobya, S.K. Muruganandham, S. Nallusamy, P.S. Chakraborty
Abstract : In India about seventy five percentages of peoples are directly or indirectly depending upon agriculture only. As per the latest statistics there are about twelve percentages of farmer suicides in India due to unaware of techniques to get minimum cultivation. To revamp our farming methods and to save the life of hardworking farmers a proposed model using advanced technologies is developed in this research. Activists and scholars have offered a number of conflicting reasons for farmer suicides, such as monsoon failure, high debt burdens, government policies and public mental health. Due to sudden rain and without accurate weather forecast, Indian farmers are facing the problems such as damage of crops in their field also they do not have an adequate knowledge about their soil. In recent years, the development of information and communication technology resulted in the emergence of two important concepts of internet of things and cloud computing which affects the world around us. Both concepts are expected to be put to use in agriculture on a much larger scale in the near future. From the results it was observed that, farmers should be trained to get familiarized to these new concepts and hence if it’s once implemented, even they can share this knowledge to other farmers. Finally, this will also helps farmers to learn newer things and take a modern approach towards farming problems.
Keywords : Smart Forming, IoT, Wireless Sensor Networks, Cloud Computing, Farmer
Authors - Y.Prakash, C.Kavitha, K.Sujithra
Abstract : The scope of this machine is to use Photovoltaic energy for distillation of water. A solar smokestack distillation device includes the Photovoltaic smokestack, photovoltaic collector, passive condenser, and evaporation system, used to be designed and constructed. The air in the collector after heating gets released at the base of the smokestack, now this dry air goes upward. By showering saline water into the warm air movement at the center of smokestack the air is humidified. Now, the remaining vapors contained significant all around are dense to supply desalinated water. The machine is minimal in nature as it is convenient to gather and dismantle. It can be utilized for purifying rain water in summer time underneath rain water harvesting. The fee of this gadget is low as we use usa wood and recycled Aluminum jars.
Keywords : Photovoltaic energy, smokestack, condenser, evaporation system
Authors - Dipu Raj, Rakesh Raj, Joobith Banarji
Abstract : Use of eco-friendly composites gain attraction due to its light weight and moderate strength in the recent years. Woven fabrics are attractive as reinforcement since they provide excellent integrity and conformability for advanced structural composite applications. The major driving force for the increased use of woven fabrics, compared to their non-woven counterparts is reduced manufacturing costs and increased resistance to impact damage. In this work, woven banana and glass fibre (WRM) fabrics are arranged in different stacking sequences to prepare different composite laminates. Woven banana fibre reinforced with glass fibre is expected to have high impact strength, flexural strength and tensile strength compared to laminate (non-woven) composites. Composites of different fibre weight fractions, layering patterns and weaving architecture will be tested for flexural strength, tensile strength and impact strength. The inter-laminar shear strength and water absorption behaviour of the fabricated composites are also focused. Proven to be of appreciable impact strength, this fibre could be used in crumble zone of passenger cars, shield of helmets, sports knee pads, elbow pads, acoustic shield, etc. Different types of hybrid laminates will be fabricated by hand lay-up and compression moulding method by using woven banana and glass fibres as reinforcing material with Isophthalic polyester resin. Scanning electron microscope (SEM) analysis is carried out to evaluate fiber matrix interfaces and analyze the structure of the fractured surfaces.
Keywords : Fibers, Woven Banana fibers, Woven Hybrid Composites, Mechanical Testing, ILSS, SEM