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Bhavsar M.,Nirma University | Prajapati J.R.,Nirma University | Bhavsar A.,COET
2016 International Conference on Internet of Things and Applications, IOTA 2016 | Year: 2016

Computer applications, categorized as compute intensive tasks needs tons of processing power. For example, Meteorology programs and other exploratory or scientific applications. To process and execute this kind of high computational tasks, enormous measure of resources is required. For such situation, Cloud computing is a superior and smart approach for executing this undertakings. The benefits of cloud computing can also be availed for incorporating intelligence in utilization of this enormous resources. At present, Cloud Service Providers convey resources in traditional way by using various scheduling techniques additionally with manual intervention for selecting required resources, which sometimes degrades the resource usage performance. Research work proposed in this paper demonstrates the results obtained after implementation of compute intensive tasks over Cloud, using ontology based intelligent decision making capability applied for optimization of resource utilization. This sort of cloud which is proposed with adaptive and smart decision making capability is called 'Semantic Cloud', which deals with the semantic allotment of resources for adaptive creation of virtual machines to deploy compute-intensive tasks or applications, as now-a-days the automation has been needed for making cloud resources utilization potent. © 2016 IEEE.


Gupta A.R.,C.O.E.T | Deshmukh S.K.,C.O.E.T
Key Engineering Materials | Year: 2016

With the Industrial revolution and modernization, many other issues related to it are also increasing. Problems of resource exploitation, pollution etc. has emerged as global issue and matter of high concern. Out of various industries, construction industry is one such sector which contributes highly for problems like emission of green house gases into atmosphere. Materials like cement, steel, bricks are highly energy intensive materials. Many of the conventional materials and technology options for building construction do not meet sustainability criteria. Lesser use of theses material and alternative environmentally friendly material contributes significantly in reducing CO2 gas emission and problems associated with it. The strategy of 3R that is Reduce, Reuse and Recycle is one of the important techniques in the construction industry to achieve the sustainability. The same strategy is applied in this research work for finding appropriate substitute for major construction resource that is concrete and on basis of experimental strength results and property findings, the structural stability of various waste mix concrete elements is analyzed and designed so as to find corresponding changes in RCC design if any appears. The comparative results of analysis and design for various such percentage replaced waste mix concrete is highlighted. The analysis and design results obtained on the basis of innovative materials having specimen properties are fair enough for utilizing in construction practices. © (2016) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.


Gupta A.R.,C.O.E.T | Deshmukh S.K.,C.O.E.T
Key Engineering Materials | Year: 2016

Emerging crises for resources and energy has became one of the major global issues. Unstoppable population and urban growth is demanding shelter. The figure for estimated housing shortage across the world according to the internationally recommended standards is 428,700,000 units. By the year 2030, an additional 3 billion people, about 40 percent of the world's population, will need access to housing. This translates into a demand for 96,150 new affordable units every day and 4000 every hour.(United Nation-Habitate:2005)(128). All this unstoppable global population growth is resulting in high demand supply gap between resources and thus present trend concentrate to satisfy and minimize this gap. This shooting urbanization problem is leading towards diversion for easy and fast construction methodology. Along with this the problems associated to it are also increasing globally. The problem of Urban Heat Island and Urban Canyon Effect, CO2 emission, Green House Effect, Resource depletion and all such problems are demanding global attention to overcome it and make habitant sustainable for safeguarding future generations to come. The major hurdle for application of sustainable construction is barrier of human mind who concentrates more on initial cost of construction and negligence towards operations energy cost and pay back period calculations. The aim of the paper is to show feasibility of application of waste in construction elements like wall by analysing thermo resistive property of such waste filled cavity wall and equivalence cooling effect calculations for conventional clay brick wall, AC sheets, cavity wall and various waste filled cavity wall by making model and process of simulation using Ansys Fluent.The results of research work shows feasibility of adopting cavity wall and waste fill cavity wall for construction of wall because of its high thermoresistive property so as to mitigate global problems like Urban Heat Islands and operational energy consumption. © (2016) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

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