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Kumbakonam, India

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Jebaraj L.,Miet Engineering College | Venkatesan C.,Arasu Engineering College | Rajan C.C.A.,Pondicherry Engineering College
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews | Year: 2015

Economic Load Dispatch (ELD) is an imperative assignment in contemporary aggressive power demand market. Dearth of power generation in all dimensions of energy resources will result escalating in generation cost wants the optimal power dispatch at minimum fuel cost. Owing to the confined optimum convergence, the predictable optimization methods are not proficient to crack such problems. Evolutionary optimization techniques are proved to be superior to the conventional techniques to solve ELD problems. Differential Evolution Algorithm (DEA) is one of the foremost and recent evolutionary techniques in modern optimization state of affairs. The application of DEA in multi directional ELD problem has been technologically summarized in this paper. © 2017 Elsevier Ltd.


Rukmangathan M.,Arasu Engineering College | Santhosh Kumar V.,Arasu Engineering College | Ramkumar B.,H H The Rajahs College
Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research | Year: 2012

Kinetic investigation on oxidation of some Cyclanols (Cyclopropanol, Cyclobutanol, Cyclopentanol, Cyclohexanol and Cycloheptanol) by 1- chlorobenzimidazole (CBI) has been studied in 80% acetic acid - water (v/v) medium. The reaction exhibits first order rate dependence each with respect to [CBI], [Cyclanols] and [H +]. The increase in dielectric constant of the medium increases the rate of the reaction. The variation of ionic strength has no significant effect on the reaction rate. The reaction does not induce any polymerization of acylonitrile. The addition of benzimidazole has no appreciable effect on the reaction rate. Thermodynamic parameters have been evaluated from Eyring plots by studying the reaction at different temperatures. A most probable mechanism and an appropriate rate law have been deduced for the observed kinetic data.


In this experimental investigation, an attempt was made to increase the performance and reduce the emission by adding alkanes such as n-pentane and n-hexane separately at different proportions, such as 4%, 6% and 8% by volume, with diesel. The performance analysis reported that, at full load, the brake thermal efficiency was increased by 3.605%, 3.170%, 4.305%, 4.394%, 5.336% and 6.173% for the blending of 4% n-pentane, 6% n-pentane, 8% n-pentane, 4% n-hexane, 6% n-hexane and 8% n-hexane with diesel, respectively. The emission test concluded that the smoke density was increased by 9.915%, 9.905%, 6.325%, 9.573%, 6.154% and 5.983% for the blending of 4% n-pentane, 6% n-pentane, 8% n-pentane, 4% n-hexane, 6% n-hexane and 8% n-hexane with diesel, respectively. The NOx emission was decreased by 8.265%, 8.674%, 17.430%, 5.401%, 5.810% and 7.529% for the blending of 4% n-pentane, 6% n-pentane, 8% n-pentane, 4% n-hexane, 6% n-hexane and 8% n-hexane with diesel, respectively. © 2014 Taylor & Francis.


Balamurugan T.,Arasu Engineering College
International Journal of Ambient Energy | Year: 2016

In day today's applications, it is obligatory to devise the usage of diesel in an economic and environmentally benign way. The present work was aimed at studying the performance, emission and combustion characteristics of a four-stroke diesel engine by adding n-pentane at different proportions such as 2%, 4%, 6%, 8% and 10% by volume with diesel. The performance, combustion and emission characteristics obtained from the experiment revealed that the addition of n-pentane augments the brake thermal efficiency of the engine. At full load, the brake thermal efficiency increased by 3.17% for an addition of 6% n-pentane, 4.31% for an addition of 8% n-pentane and 6.36% for an addition of 10% n-pentane. From the emission test, it was concluded that at full load, the NOx emission decreased by 8.67% for an addition of 6% n-pentane, 17.43% for an addition of 8% n-pentane and 18.09% for an addition of 10% n-pentane. © 2014 Taylor & Francis.


In today's application, it is obligatory to formulate the use of diesel in an environmentally benevolent manner. So, in this experimental study, an attempt was made to increase the performance and reduce the exhaust emission by blending various alcohols such as n-propanol and n-butanol separately at different proportions like 4% and 8% by volume with diesel, also to compare the effect of blending n-propanol and n-butanol separately with diesel, on performance, combustion and emission characteristics. The performance, combustion and emission characteristics observed while using blended fuels were analyzed and compared with that of diesel as fuel without adding alcohols. From the performance analysis, it was reported that, at 80% load, the brake thermal efficiency was increased by 1.579%, 7.635%, 8.917% and 10.518% for the addition of 4% n-propanol, 8% n-propanol, 4% n-butanol and 8% n-butanol with diesel respectively. The emission test concluded that, the smoke density was increased by 12.891%, 5.078%, 11.338% and 14.063% for the addition of 4% n-propanol, 8% n-propanol, 4% n-butanol and 8% n-butanol with diesel respectively. The NOx emission was decreased by 6.098%, 19.665%, 11.585% and 14.329% for the addition of 4% n-propanol, 8% n-propanol, 4% n-butanol and 8% n-butanol with diesel respectively. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.


Rajavignesh R.,Arasu Engineering College | Tholkappia Arasu G.,Salem College
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2014

Monitoring and diagnosis of patients without directly accessing them is very important in medical application of wireless sensor network. But, collecting, transferring and maintaining of data is challenging task. So, there is an immense need to handle all these information in a quickly and effectively way. In this paper, we utilize agents in different processes such as, data collection from the different sensors, transferring, storing to the appropriate servers, classifying the data and give the prescriptions to the patients. In this paper, we organize the proposed architecture in three layers, the first one is body area network layer which helps to store the medical information get from the body sensors of the patients, the second layer is conveyer layer which helps to transfer the medical information one layer to another layer and the final one is data analyze layer which helps to store, analyze medical data also it gives the exact prescriptions for the medical information of the patient. Finally the, remedy for the medical information is send through the conveyer layer. Finally the experimentation is made with the number of patient's rate of transferring the medical data and our implementation is done with the help of JADE and JNS. © 2005 - 2014 JATIT & LLS. All rights reserved.


Senthilkumar S.,Arasu Engineering College | Suresh P.,Karpagam College of Engineering
Wireless Personal Communications | Year: 2015

The robotics casts a vital part in day-to-day life. A large majority of the robots are employed in industries, factories and in our neighbourhood ecosystem. In this regard, diverse kinds of robots are employed for specific purposes. Standing out amongst them are the hexapod robots, endowed with six legs or wheels to move about in the surroundings in a consistent manner. As they have to move quickly in the atmosphere overcoming the roadblocks so as to arrive at the target with the least possible time-frame, we have come up with an innovative technique through this document. The epoch-making technique lends a helping hand to boost the momentum of the hexapod robot thus enabling the realization of the target with a short span of time. For the purpose, we have elegantly employed the Fuzzy rule base technique, to fine-tune the efficiency in performance of the so as to exploit him to the maximum in this sophisticated world of innovation. The milestone methods find it elegantly executed in the working platform of the mighty MATLAB and the outcomes are subjected to deep assessment. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Kaviarasu C.,Arasu Engineering College | Prakash D.,SASTRA University
Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Review | Year: 2016

Phase change materials (PCMs) with their phenomenal phase changing behavior hold a key for many developments in renewable energy and engineering systems for sustainable future. PCM which can store and release heat energy over a temperature range has become an eminent candidate for many engineering applications that includes thermal, civil, electronics and textile. In modern days, Nano-PCMs have gained much attention of the engineers in utilizing them for thermal energy storage systems, for cooling microelectronic systems, for space heating or cooling in modern buildings and also in smart textiles for human comfort. Contribution of Nano-PCM based energy systems in energy savings and reduction of global gas emission is of interest now. This review provides an outlook of various types of PCM, choices of nanomaterial for incorporation and applications of nanomaterial incorporated PCMs. The most common types of PCM used are water, paraffin, hydrated salts and bio based PCM. Despite their high latent heat storage advantage, their low thermal property calls for the incorporation of nanomaterials. Nanomaterials with their high surface to volume ratio tune the thermal properties of the base PCM. Nanomaterials used for incorporation in PCM include Al, Cu, SiO2, TiO2, Carbon nanotubes (CNT), Carbon nanofibers (CNF), Al2O3, NaOH KOH etc. © 2016 Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology. All rights reserved.


Anupriya B.,Arasu Engineering College | Jagadeesan K.,Salem College
International Journal of Engineering and Technology | Year: 2014

This paper is focused on the investigation behavior of shear strength of castellated beam with and without stiffeners. Castellated beams are steel beams with web openings and they gain its advantage due to its increased depth of section without any additional weight. However one consequence is the presence of web opening which leads to various local effects like shear and deformation. In this paper steel I section ISMB 150 and ISMB 200 is selected and castellated beams are fabricated such that depth of the beam is 1.5 times greater than the original depth. The beam is analysed using Finite Element Analysis (ANSYS 14). Two point loads is applied and stress distribution is studied. Stress concentration increases at the hole corners along the shear zone and at load application point. Deflection of the beam with and without stiffeners is studied. And stiffeners are introduced diagonally on the web opening along the shear zone, and in the other case stiffeners are provided on the solid portion of the web along the shear zone. From the results obtained from ANSYS14 it is concluded that shear strength of castellated beam can be improved by providing diagonal stiffeners along the web opening. Also it is concluded that stiffeners provided on the opening of the web is more effective than stiffeners provided on the solid portion of the web.


Rukmangathan M.,Arasu Engineering College | Santhoshkumar V.,Arasu Engineering College
Zeitschrift fur Physikalische Chemie | Year: 2016

The kinetics of oxidation of a few aliphatic primary alcohols with 1-chlorobenzimidazole (CBI) was studied in aqueous acetic acid medium. The reactions were found to be first order each with respect to the concentrations of CBI and alcohol. The added HClO4 increases the rate and the order in HClO4 was found to be fractional. The reactions were catalyzed by NaCl and fractional order dependence was observed. The ionic strength had negligible influence on the rate. The reaction rates increase with decrease in dielectric constant of acetic acid. Addition of benzimidazole, one of the products does not affect the rate. Effect of temperature on the reaction rates was studied at different temperatures and the various activation and thermodynamic parameters were evaluated. The rate constants show good correlation with Taft-Pavelich Dual substituent parameter model (DSP). Product analysis shows the formation of aldehydes as major products of oxidation of aliphatic primary alcohols. CBIH+ has been postulated as the reactive oxidizing species. A mechanism involving a proton transfer by water molecule has been proposed. © 2015 Walter de Gruyter Berlin/Boston.

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