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The main objective of this thesis is to design a system to improve the network quality with a simplified architecture to support reactive power as well as to improve the active power available for load connections and to improve the efficiency of the system controls mentioned above. From this work, it was deduced that by developing and the inverter system with an control strategy in SVPWM, the device are proposed to improve the quality of the network can serve this goal with better results in the terms of performance and the efficiency. In this architecture can also be used in the hybrid systems, in making it more reliable. The designed system is also suitable for the delivery of different types of loads, such as non-linear load, symmetrical load, and asymmetrical load.</strong></p> Sikandra Kumar Mandal, Nishi Singh Copyright (c) 2021 Sikandra Kumar Mandal, Nishi Singh Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 A Review Characterization of Some Material Oxides using Ultrasonic Techniques <p><strong>Several technological advances have begun in the industry today. With more advances comes a greater risk of errors. Ultrasound techniques are one of the best known methods for detecting defects and increasing efficiency. There are many variations of this technology and each has its own application depending on the needs of the situation. This paper provides an overview of general ultrasound technology and also describes the characterization of materials using ultrasound testing.</strong></p> Mohini Kuldevi, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Srivastava Copyright (c) 2021 Mohini Kuldevi, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Srivastava Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Fault Analysis using SFCL in the Convertor System at the Load Line <p><strong>Among many renewable energy sources, solar energy is considered one of the most promising resources for large-scale electricity generation. Here propose resistive SFCL if a fault occurs in a simple low voltage (LV) network. To assess the impact of SFCL in the power system under study, the space-time approach is used to evaluate the short-circuit current in force and spurious control strategies are suggested to achieve the goal. The results complement the feasibility of the proposed A-ACO-based rationalization control for transmission activity according to the limiting circuit and fault current analyzer. The second model of the bastard chassis concludes that the chassis with residual current limiting circuit and analyzer reduces the expansion of the residual current and prevents the voltage from dropping to zero, that no artificial and temporal innovation is used as before. Intelligence-based computer procedures further shorten the working time, which also makes the frame more efficient, as the voltage is restored to its typical value in a short time if the test frame is played for 1 second in a MATLAB climate / SIMULINK. The time taken by the ACO algorithm to restore normal operating conditions in the line was 0.197 seconds, 0.206 seconds and 0.27 seconds for LLLG, LLG and LG errors, respectively. </strong></p> Suman Baghel, Sanjeev Jarring Copyright (c) 2021 Suman Baghel, Sanjeev Jarariya Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Distributed Signal Processing Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks <p><strong>Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN), in particular in the field of wearable health monitoring system (WMB), such as electromagnetic cardiograms (ECG) data collecting system via WBANs in e-health applications, is becoming increasingly important for future communication systems. Compressive sensing (CS), on the other hand, has been shown to consume less power compared classic transform-coding-based approaches. We propose a new low-rank sparse deep signal recovery algorithm for recovering ECG data in the context of CS (Compressive sensing) because the spatial and temporal data collected by a WBAN have some closely correlated structures in certain wavelet domains e.g., the discrete wavelet transform (DWT) domain</strong></p> Ashwini S Chiwarkar Copyright (c) 2021 Ashwini S Chiwarkar, Dr. K. B. Khanchandani Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 AI Based system Performance Enhancement Fed by BESS with grid Integration <p><strong>The electric lattice should have the generation ability to satisfy the needs of power consumers. The point of this examination is to research how the force limit and situation of a battery energy stockpiling framework influence the force quality in a frail force lattice with variable loads. The system performance is expected to be improved by designing a compensator in line with the variable loads and whose control system is guided by artificial intelligence (AI) based techniques and algorithms. The grid performance enhancement shall be done in terms of power factor and active power improvement with stable outputs. The analysis has been focused on the low tension line (local loads) after the grid connection where the system is also driving the electric drive and reactive loads at the high tension line. The effect has been studied on of 400V phase to phase load line. The infers that the BESS framework is made effective for driving the heaps having improved dynamic force yield at its terminal. The voltage accessible has been made less mutilated to 3.07% and the THD level in current yield has also come down to 2.93%.</strong></p> Salman Ahmed Khan, Prof. Sanjeev Jarariya Copyright (c) 2021 Salman Ahmed Khan, Prof. Sanjeev Jarariya Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 A Review on Security Aspects and Countermeasures for Cloud Computing <p><strong>For large-scale companies or people that desire a range of system services at a cheap cost, cloud computing is now the most popular phenomena to use. Personal information is frequently kept in a public cloud that is open to the public. This fundamental raises a number of concerns about cloud providers' flexible services, including confidentiality, persistence, and endurance. The paper aims to better understand cloud components, security concerns, and dangers, as well as developing solutions that might help minimise cloud vulnerabilities. It is a well-known truth that the cloud has been a viable hosting platform since 2008; nevertheless, the view of cloud security is that it requires major changes in order to achieve higher rates of adaptability at the corporate scale. Many of the difficulties affecting cloud computing need to be rectified immediately. The industry has made tremendous progress in combating cloud computing risks, but there is still work to be done to reach the level of maturity that traditional/on-premise hosting has.</strong></p> Rajat Maheshwari Copyright (c) 2021 Rajat Maheshwari Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 A Novel Biologging Tag that Minimizes the Hydrodynamic Loading on Marine Animals <p><strong>Although biologging tags, which are externally attached sensor packages deployed on marine animals, have become essential conservation tools, a core issue with current tag designs is that they are rarely tested for hydrodynamics and may generate substantial hydrodynamic loading (drag and lift forces) on animals. This may cause tags to impede animal physiology, give rise to injuries at the site of attachment, and cause tags to relay unrepresentative data. This study aims to design a new biologging tag form that houses the DTAG3 electronics and reduces the total drag and lift induced on marine animals. One starting model (GPS Phone Tag referred to as Model 0), three iterations, and the final design (Model D), were constructed using CAD software. They were tested with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations to obtain and analyze the drag and lift force. All models were tested at speeds between 1-5 m/s, with 400 trials. The Model D includes a narrow elliptical shape to maintain laminar boundary layers, a pointed tail shape to avoid flow separation, canards for frontal downforce, tabs to reduce form drag, streamlined hydrophones, and dimples to delay flow separation. The CFD simulation results demonstrated that Model D reduced drag by up to 56% and lift by upto 86% compared to Model 0. These results show the potential benefit of this design in reducing the impact of biologging tags on the behavior and energetics of marine animals, and in providing an unbiased and holistic view of the animal behavior for conservation management actions.</strong></p> Aarushi Tiwari Copyright (c) 2021 Aarushi Tiwari Sat, 28 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 CMOS Implementation of 5T SRAM with Low Power Dissipation <p><strong>SRAM is a very fast memory with low power consumption. The main objective of this work is to perform a 64-digit SRAM with 90 nm innovation. Execution depended on a granular perspective. SRAM's base module is similar to an N-MOS inverter, flip-flop, and semiconductor. We design this module according to the configuration rule of the ? format. Using Harvard technology, SRAM can easily retrieve information from memory. To create advanced rational circuits, it is important to see how an SRAM is assembled and how it works. The bottom line is that with 0.12 micron 90nm technology, we are developing a 5T SRAM and we can read and write. It is a fundamental part of a computer's central processing unit. RAM is a building block made up of several circuits. The 64-bit SRAM reader was developed with MICROWIND and DSCH2. With the MICROWIND program, the developer can design and simulate an integrated circuit at the physical description level. DSCH2 allows switching of digital logic design</strong>.</p> Rajesh Kumar, Swati Gupta Copyright (c) 2021 Rajesh Kumar, Swati Gupta Thu, 19 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Solar System Analysis for Different LOADS in Stand-Alone Mode <p><strong>Distributed generators using environmentally friendly energy sources such as wind, small water and solar energy have become an important part of the future smart grid/micro grid concept. Design of an autonomous photovoltaic system to study the reaction of solar modules to variable irradiation conditions and their effect on loads. The autonomous system must include a battery storage system to handle non-linear load responses on the AC side. And improve the output power of the photovoltaic system using the MPPT algorithm specially designed to drive linear and non-linear loads on stand-alone systems. And causing the system to respond to varying levels of radiation in the environment and achieve an uninterrupted regulated output of the system. The system examined the behavior of linear and non-linear loads with constant irradiation of 1000 wb / m<sup>2</sup> and then modified it to a value between 1000 wb / m<sup>2</sup> and 200 wb/m<sup>2</sup>. The harmonic content in the line voltage increased to 3.34% with a non-linear load by 0.54% with a linear load.</strong></p> Sanyam Indurkhya, Shravan Vishwakarma Copyright (c) 2021 Sanyam Indurkhya, Shravan Vishwakarma Thu, 19 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 Solar Convertor Performance Analysis Fitting Load at Two Different Local Areas <p><strong>Multilevel converters are divided into diode clamp inverters, flying capacitor inverters and cascade inverters. The main objective of this work is to design a solar energy system to move loads away from production points and study the system to improve its reliability and efficiency. And analyze the system with the inverter field-oriented feedback control under transient load conditions to analyze the efficiency of the system in driving motor loads. The simulated work in this work demonstrates the possibility of using a photovoltaic cell to power a motor via a three-phase bridge inverter. It can be concluded that this work will contribute to the analysis of solar modules for the operation of a motor using a PWM inverter. The work also aims to perform an analysis of the solar energy system that moves loads away from the point of generation. The drive commands at the load points are analyzed during the process, taking into account the transient load conditions.</strong></p> Rahul Sharma , Prof. Shravan Vishwakarma Copyright (c) 2021 Rahul Sharma, Prof. Shravan Vishwakarma Thu, 19 Aug 2021 00:00:00 +0000 A Review on Compressive Sensing for Distributed Signal Processing in WBAN <p>Wireless networks of the body (WBANs) that support healthcare applications are in the early stages of development but make valuable contributions to surveillance, diagnostics or therapy. They cover real-time medical information acquisition from various sensors with secure data communication and low power consumption. WBANs promises discreet outpatient medical monitoring over a long period of time and inform the physician in real-time about the patient's condition. They are widely used for ubiquitous healthcare, entertainment, and military applications. This article presents distributed wireless networks and describes the search for Orthogonal Matching Pursuit (OMP), Basis Pursuit (BP), Least Mean Square Technique (LMS), and Normalized Least Mean Square Technique (NLMS).</p> Ashwini S Chiwarkar, Dr. K. B. Khanchandani Copyright (c) 2021 Ashwini S Chiwarkar, Dr. K. B. Khanchandani Wed, 28 Jul 2021 00:00:00 +0000