VOLUME 2 ISSUE 12
IJATSER Volume 2 – Issue 12, March 2018 Edition
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IIJ11-01 : Study of Mixing Jute Fiber as Stabilizer in SMA Prepared Using Flaky and Normal Aggregates
AUTHORS: Umabai Angadi, Guide, Prof. Jatin Mehta, Prof. Kapil Soni
ABSTRACT: Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) usually provides a long term resistance against deformation and increases the durability of top outward materials. SMA increases the life of pavement and progresses the resistance against the enhanced ageing, rapid, wear and fatigue. Stone matrix asphalt is a gap graded combination of aggregates which helps by maximizing the asphalt-cement content and fractions of coarse aggregate. It is a steady, rut-resistant mix and tough which relies on aggregate contact for providing strength. Beside with rich mortar binder it offers improved durability. The SMA sample is prepared by mixing fine, coarse aggregate and filler as per the gradation chart given by the standard code when using with or without stabilizer. A fiber which is easily available and is less in cost when compared to other fibers, is jute fiber, it has been used as stabilizer in modern day application. It has high strength in fiber direction, greater tensile, flexural and impact strength. An effort has been made to determine the appropriateness of jute fiber in improving the properties of Stone Matrix Asphalt Mixes. In the modern day application two different SMA mixes are prepared one with flaky aggregates other with normal aggregates and used jute as stabilizer to compare the results at a varying bitumen content of 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7% bitumen. The stabilizers were used at an optimum of 0.4% of the weight of sample.
KEYWORD : STONE MTRIX ASPHALT, VOIDS IN MINERAL AGGREGATE, VOIDS FILLED WITH BITUMEN, JUTE FIBER, FLAKY AGGREGATE, MARSHALL STABILITY
IIJ11-02: Dynamic Modeling of a Solar Photovoltaic and Battery based Microgrid Energy system
AUTHORS: Amrita Sinha,Prof.Priyanka Mishra , Prof.Ashish Bhargava
ABSTRACT: A new concept in power system is a Microgrid. The Microgrid concept assumes a cluster of loads and micro sources operating as a single controllable system that provides both power and heat to its local area. Microgrid can be connected to the main power network or to be operated autonomously, similar to power systems of physical islands. Some of the models exist which describe the subsystems of a Microgrid. This paper aims to model Microgrid subsystems at steady state and also to study their transient responses to changing inputs. Currently models of a Solar Photo voltaic module, Battery with grid connected. It is intended that the work completed in this paper will lay the groundwork for further model development of the integrated Microgrid. The long term goal is to develop a highly sophisticated, complete system model of a smart Microgrid..
Index Terms—Solar photovoltaic, Battery,Microgrid,MATLAB
IIJ11-03: Customize and Modify Bare Linux Kernel to Be Acceptable As Real Time Operating System
AUTHORS: Arshi Khan , Mr. Akhilesh Jain
ABSTRACT: The main objective of this paper is to develop an advance for round robin CPU scheduling algorithm which develops the performance of CPU in real time operating system. The proposed Priority based Round-Robin CPU Scheduling algorithm is based on the integration of round-robin and priority scheduling algorithm. The advantage of round robin in decreasing starvation and also integrates the advantage of priority scheduling. The expected algorithm also implements the approach of developing by assigning advance priorities to the processes. New technic of round robin CPU scheduling algorithm cannot be implemented in real time operating system due to their high context switch rates, large waiting time, large response time and large turnaround time and less throughput. The proposed algorithm improves all the drawbacks of round robin CPU scheduling algorithm. This paper also presents the comparison analysis of proposed algorithm with actual round robin scheduling algorithm on the basis of average waiting time, average turnaround time.
Keyword contents: RTOS, scheduling, C & C+ language
IIJ11-04: Effect of Fiber Reinforced on Strength of Concrete
AUTHORS: Uday Neelam ,Kapil soni
ABSTRACT: In the present study by-product of Fiber Reinforced concrete is replaced as a fine aggregate in the concrete by some proportion and compressive strength is determined for concrete by testing the sample cube. The properties such as the specific gravity, moisture content, fineness modulus etc. are determined for the sample. Fiber Reinforced is best alternative for the Fiber sand because Fiber sand and has similar physical and mechanical properties. This paper shows some relevant studies regarding the effect of Fiber Reinforced on mechanical property like compressive strength. Hence in this paper strength and properties of conventional concrete and Fiber Reinforced concrete are compared so that it will be helpful to other researchers.
Key words: Compressive Strength, Concrete, Fiber sand, Mechanical Properties, Rice Husk
IIJ11-05: Area Efficient Implementation of CTR Mode of Parallel AES for FPGA
AUTHORS: Krishan Gopal Kushwah , Prof. Nitesh Dodkey
ABSTRACT: In this paper a low area implementation of CTR (Counter) mode encryption is discussed. CTR mode encryption uses AES (advanced encryption standard). The protocol is designed for WLAN (wireless local area network) multimedia applications. The basic idea is to offload the computationally intensive encryption and authentication services to the end systems’ CPU. Enhanced methods are employed to implement the counter (CTR) mode with cipher block chaining message authentication code protocol (CCMP) and CTR protocol. In this design the AES is designed in parallel and AES module generates output in a single clock. The CTR is designed using a single AES module using hardware sharing technique compared to nine AES modules required in parallel design; this reduces the area requirement on FPGA.
Keywords—Field Programmable gate array (FPGA), CCMP, CTR, AES, Pipelined Architecture, WLAN Security.