VOLUME 2 ISSUE 6

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 6

IJATSER Volume 2 – Issue 6, June 2017 Edition

All listed papers are published after full consent of respective author or co-author(s).
For any discussion on research subject or research matter, the reader should directly contact to undersigned authors.

IIJ6-01Design of Low Latency Data Encryption Standard for Reconfigurable Logic

AUTHORS : Vandana Zharbade, Neeraj Umale, Neetesh Dodkey

Abstract— in this work two design architectures for data encryption standard targeted for FPGA are proposed namely: design 1 and design 2, both of these designs uses loop unrolled design architecture, where all the sixteen rounds are implemented separately. In design 1 two modules are present internally, one for encryption and another one for performing decryption, hence in this design the process and encryption and decryption can be performed simultaneously. In design 2, we have taken the advantage of fiestal function and only one machine is used for performing both encryption and decryption.
Keywords— FPGA, DES, Fiestal Function, Cryptography, Encryption, Decryption

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IIJ6-03: DC‐DC SEPIC CONVERTER‐ A STUDY

AUTHORS: Aman Yadav, Shriyansh Jain

Abstract: This paper presents unmistakable kind of SEPIC converter Topologies. Those are common SEPIC converter,multi full SEPIC converter and new reverberating SEPIC converter. It is a kind of dc-dc converters. It can pass on the yield voltage that is not precisely or greater than the data voltage. It is a fourth demand dc-dc converter.
Fundamental working principle of SEPIC converter is ZVS. MOSFET is used as the switch because of low voltage drop. Standard SEPIC has two mass inductors. Multi full SEPIC converter needs a resonating capacitor and booming inductor. The mass inductor diminishes the response speed. The new full SEPIC converter has minimal size, astonishing transient execution and higher capability. Gainful power change can be proficient by traded mode RF inverters like class E inverter. The new full SEPIC converter is a dc-dc converter with high repeat and capability. New loud SEPIC converter working at settled repeat and commitment extent. It reduces the fragment look at and wipes the need of mass inductor. The new deafening SEPIC converter is working at trading repeat of 20 KHz and converter is reproduced by using MAT LAB/SIMULINK for 3.6V information supply

Keywords: conventional SEPIC Converter, Multi resonant SEPIC converter, New resonant SEPIC converter, soft switching

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IIJ6-04: USING TIsRE WASTE – CRUMB RUBBER AS AGGREGATE IN CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT WITH FINE AGGREGATE

AUTHORS: Neha Sharma, Mr. Kapil Soni

ABSTRACT: The disposal of waste tire is become a major waste management problem in the world in the moment.  It is estimated that 1.2 billions of waste tire rubber produced globally in a year, in which 11% of post consumer tire are exported and 27% are sent to landfill, stockpiled and dumped illegally and only 4% is used for civil engineering product. More than 270 million scrap-tires (approximately 3.6 millions tons) are generated each year. In addition to this, about 300 million scrap- tires have been stockpiled rubber and plastic. Several studies have been carried out to reuse scrape-tires in a variety of rubber and plastic products, incineration for production of elasticity, or as fuel for cement kilns, as well as in asphalt concrete.. Hence efforts have been taken to identify the potential application of waste tire in civil engineering projects. In this essence, our presents study aims to investigate the optimal use of waste tire rubber crumbs as fine aggregate in concrete composition.

Keywords: Environment, waste management, waste tire, Crumb rubber, incineration, disposal, landfill, plastic products, elasticity, scrap-tires.

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IIJ6-05 : A Technique for Detection and Prevention of Jamming Attack in MANET

AUTHORS : Vishesh Singhai, Prof. Sanjay Bansal

Abstract: Security is a major challenge in MANET because it has no central authority which can manage the isolated nodes utilizing the network. Mobile ad hoc networks are vulnerable to various kinds of attacks like- wormhole attack, black hole attack, flooding attack, replay attack, snooping attack, denial of service (DoS), link spoofing attack etc. because of its shared medium. From the several types of attacks jamming attack is one of the most commonly used attacks utilized by an attacker, in this attack opponents try to overwhelm transmitted signals by introducing a high level of noise. In this paper, we introduced a new technique for the detection and prevention of jamming attack. For the detection of jamming on a mobile node, we use the concept of load and nodes confidence value that are assigned to each node previously. If a mobile node is heavily loaded and also its confidence value other than its original confidence value then we assume that node is jammed and once we found the jammed node, we prevent the jamming. To analyze the performance of proposed approach, we use packet delay and packet throughput as performance measurements. We consider both the scenarios with jamming and without jamming with varying no. of nodes and compare the performance factors in both the scenarios.

Index Terms— Confidence Value, Denial of Service Attack, Jamming Attack, MANET, Mobile Load, Packet Delay, Packet Throughput.

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IIJ6-06 : Study of Economic and Emission Analysis for Grid‐Connected PV System Using RETSCREEN

AUTHORS: Ajay Pandey, Nitin Choudhry

Abstract: Grid-connected solar PV systems, though the fastest growing renewable energy technology in the world, have not been fully exploited in India; one of the reasons being the very high initial investment. Prices of solar PV systems have however been on a decline for the past few years due to technological innovations which have led to improvements in cell efficiencies and the economies of scale resulting from increase in production. The main purpose of this paper is to present a technical and economic analysis of grid-connected solar photovoltaic power system for the Bhopal.  A solar resource assessment done to know the amount of solar radiation available at Bhopal showed that Bhopal receives about 5.08kWh/m2/day. The financial analysis carried out using RETScreen through one axis tracker and revealed that at a grid connected solar PV one axis tracker mode has 25% more output power from solar irradiation as compare to fixed axis system. The grid-connected PV system also green house reduce cost is 648 $/tCO2.

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IIJ6-07Design Optimization of Off-Grid PV/Wind Hybrid Power Generation Systems for Small Load

AUTHORS: Jitendra Kumar, Nitin Choudhry

Abstract:A substantial number of populaces of the world; particularly in creating nations; are living in provincial or remote territories those are geologically confined from the grid association. Power supply and continuous fuel transportation to create electrical power for these regions represents an extraordinary test. Utilizing sustainable power source in off grid hybrid energy system may be a pathway to take care of this issue. India is an uneven land with the endowment of sustainable power source assets. There is a probability to use these sustainable assets to create electrical power and to constrain the reliance on the petroleum derivative. In this point of view, an exploration is done to break down the execution of an off-grid PV (photovoltaic)- wind-diesel-battery hybrid energy system for a remote region. The system is simulated to support small group considering a average load demand of 110.6 kWh/day with a peak load of 13.23 kW. The simulation and optimization of operations of the system have been through by HOMER (Hybrid Optimization Model for Electric Renewable) programming utilizing the constant field information of sunlight based radiation and wind speed of that region. The simulation guarantees that the system is suitably feasible with respect to total net present cost (TNPC) and CO2 emission lessening reason. The TNPC of the streamlined system has been found about 324365$ having the per unit Cost of Energy (COE) about 0.062$/kWh. The investigated hybrid energy system may be material for other district of the world where the atmosphere conditions are comparable.

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