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Sarma G.S.,Kl Universityap | Asadi S.S.,Kl Universityap | Narayana S.L.,Kl Universityap
International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology | Year: 2016

The present study is aimed to prepare the Topographical characteristics micro level planning for sustainable development of study area in this digital thematic maps has prepared namely, Land use/Land cover,Geomorphology, drainage network, Transport network, etc. using satellite imageries on ARC/INFO GIS platform. This constitutes the spatial database and to create information system for micro level development. The study is part of Nellore district. The present study resulted in information system for micro level planning of natural resources with a scope to develop the further by providing the information necessary about the resources. This system is user friendly and many decisions can be made by the user according to his choice. The Decision Support System developed here can further serve as a replica to other study areas. © IAEME Publication.


Ramesh K.V.,KL UniversityAP | Goutham R.,KL UniversityAP | Siva Kishore I.,KL UniversityAP
International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology | Year: 2017

The demand and use of cement is increasing gradually. For that it needs to invent alternative binding materials that can be pollution less and helps towards waste management. Most of the waste is produced from the agricultural and industrials. If we use this agricultural and industrial waste that can help in reduction of waste is in focus. Methods: In this work one of the agro industrial wastes called (SCBA) sugarcane bagasse ash has been used as partial replacement of cement and normal coarse aggregateis replaced with Basalt aggregate. Sugar cane bagasse ash is produced by burning of sugarcane bagasse at high temperature under controlled conditions. At high temperature under controlled condition bagasse is burned to obtain ash which contains high amorphous silica. In this paper the partial replacement of cement by weight by 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% by SCBA in concrete. A comparison is made for 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% only basalt mix and nominal mixes by conducting test known as compressive strength test for 3 days, 7 days and 28 days. The test results shows that Sugarcane Bagasse Ash (SCBA) can be used as a partial replacement of cement up to 5% by weight of cement without any major loss in strength. © IAEME Publication.


Ravi Y.,KL UniversityAP | Santhosh D.,KL UniversityAP | Chandra D.S.,KL UniversityAP
International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology | Year: 2017

Evaluation of land use and land cover using remote sensing and GIS techniques is an area of interest that has been attracting increasing attention. This paper is an attempted to show the changes in land use and land cover in some parts of Vijayawada city over a 6 year period. The study made use of land sat imageries of 2010 to 2016. Images classifications are supervised and unsupervised on satellite images. The results show that degraded disturbed and forest constituted the most wide type of land use and land cover in the study area. The increasing population and economic activities were noted that they are keeping pressure on the available land resources. This paper highlights the importance of remote sensing and GIS techniques in apprehending the situation in Vijayawada city. © IAEME Publication.


Sreemannarayana C.,TJPS College | Gangadhara Rao A.,VSR and NVR College | Sarala Y.,KL UniversityAP
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2015

In this paper, the termssemiprimary ideal, semiprimary ternary semigroup and natural ordering in ternary semigroups are introduced.It is proved that in a ternary semigroup T,1) every left primary ideal is a semiprimary ideal, 2) every lateral primary ideal is a semiprimary ideal, 3) every right primary ideal is a semiprimary ideal. It is proved that if A is a semiprime ideal of a ternary semigroup T, then the following are equivalent 1) A is a prime ideal, 2) A is a primary ideal, 3) A is a left primary ideal, 4) A is a lateral primary ideal, 5) A is a right primary ideal and 6) A is a semiprimary ideal. Finally it is proved that a ternary semi group T is semiprimary if and only if prime ideals of T form a chain under set inclusion.If T is a semiprimary duo ternary semigroup, then globally idempotent principal ideals form a chain under set inclusion. It is proved that, if E is the set of all idempotent elements of ternary semigroup T. Then the natural ordering is a partial ordered relation, In a semiprimaryduo ternary semigroupt, the idempotents in T forms a chain under natural ordering. Further it is proved that, the principal ideals of ternary semigroup T form a chian iff ideals in T form a chain. It is proved that, If T is a regular duo ternary semigroup with identity, then i) every principal ideal of T generated by an idempotent, ii) principal ideals of T form a chain if and only if idempotents of T form a chain under natural ordering. Furter it is proved that, in a semisimple ternary semigroupthe following are equivalent1. Every ideal in T is a prime ideal.2. T is a primary ternary semigroup. 3. T is a left primary ternary semigroup.4. T is a lateral primary ternary semigroup. 5. T is a right primary ternary semigroup.6. T is a semiprimary ternary semigroup. 7. Prime ideals of T form a chain. Further it is proved that, In a semisimple duo ternary semigroup T with identity, then the following are equivalent.1. Every ideal in T is a prime ideal.2. T is a primary ternary semigroup.3. T is a left primary ternary semigroup.4. T is a lateral primary ternary semigroup.5. T is a right primary ternary semigroup.6. T is a semiprimary ternary semigroup.7. Prime ideals of T form a chain8. Ideals of T form a chain.9. Principle ideals of T form a chain.10. Idempotents of T forms a chain under natural ordering. Further it is proved that, Every ideal of a ternary semigroupT is prime if and only if T is semisimple primary ternary semigroup. It is also proved that, in a ternary semigroup T, the following are equivalent.1. Every ideal in T is a prime ideal. 2. T is a semisimple and ideals of T form a chain.3. T is a semisimple and prime ideals of T form a chain. Finally it is proved that, in a semisimpleduo ternary semigroup T, the following are equivalent.1. Every ideal in T is a prime ideal.2. T is a regular primary ternary semigroup.3. T is a regular semiprimary ternary semigroup.4. T is a regular ternary semigroup and idempotents of T form a chain under natural ordering. © Research India Publications.


Lalitha G.,Kl Universityap | Sarala Y.,Kl Universityap | Madhusudhana Rao D.,VSR and NVR College | Bindu P.,Kl Universityap
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2015

The class of ternarysemigroups under the title includes the finitely generated commutative ternarysemigroups and noetherian commutative ternarysemigroups. We develop here some properties of noetherian ternarysemigroups related to primeideal structure. © Research India Publications.


Divya Shivani J.L.,K L Universityap | Senapati R.K.,Kl Universityap
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Information Technology | Year: 2016

Surveillancetechnique provides the capability of collecting exact and meaningful data and choosing appropriate decisions to optimize safety and security. In present surveillance technique, videos or images from any portable cameras or CCTV cameras are sent to a control centre, where actually all these huge amount of data is saved in database servers. Operators have to maintain and monitor these images or videos [1]. Mobile image surveillance represents a new paradigm that encompasses video acquisition on one side, and on the other side, especially at the same time image viewing and addresses both computerbased and mobile-based surveillance. [3] It is based on JPEG 2000 still image compression format. It is attractive because it supports flexible and progressive access to each individual image of the pre-stored content. It supports still image creation on the basis of motion detection technique which enables efficient utilization of resources.[3]It provides the software motion which enables the Pi’s camera to detect motion and save the image as well as view live streaming from the camera. A python script, then directs the Pi to send email notifications every time when motion is detected. With these components, we designed a cost effective and efficient security camera system. The paper is concluded with concise summary and the future of surveillance systems for public safety. © 2005 – 2016 JATIT & LLS. All rights reserved.


Kota S.,Kl Universityap | Rama Krishna T.V.,Kl Universityap
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2014

Even though there is complexity in the Digital Signal Processing algorithms and how good they generate sonic processes, the question about the control quickly emerges as soon as they are used by the musical technicians solely on the on their command or understanding abilities in math’s or their level of awareness with the pattern/model/representation of digital mechanism. Here we examine the difficulty in managing the Digital Signal Processing modules from a compositional viewpoint. The execution of certain patterns/models in a Lisp-based environment (omChroma) is also discussed. © Research India Publications.


Kolanu V.,KL UniversityAP | Basha F.N.,KL UniversityAP
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2015

The basic objective is to implement the complete Place and Route flow for 40nm technology, for a given design by incorporating the best leakage optimization technique which depends on the design block and the instance count in the block. The optimized flow methodology is arrived at by analyzing QoR (Quality of Results) of multiple experimental runs for the different methods employed to reduce the leakage power, thus achieving reduced power consumption and desired timing closure. This includes two important flows PNR and ECO. In PNR flow multiple experimental runs are conducted with different floor plans. Best one of them will be picked for the final ECO flow © Research India Publications


Madhav B.T.P.,Kl Universityap | Soumya K.S.L.,Kl Universityap | Dasari G.,Kl Universityap
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2014

The main objective of this paper is to design a compact Planar Inverted Folded Antenna with respect to the change in its dimensional characteristics. The size reduction is possible with respect to the model that we have chosen and the design methodology that we adapted. Generally, shorting pin, shorting plane and shorting wall models are been used in the miniaturization of the antenna design. This article is giving the information regarding the performance characteristics of the PIFA antenna with change in its dimensions. A complete analysis is presented by using Antenna Magus Electromagnetic Tool. © Research India Publications.

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