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Pawar S.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Kumbhaj S.,Shri G S Institute Of Technology And Science | Sen P.K.,Shri G S Institute Of Technology And Science
Journal of Nonlinear Optical Physics and Materials | Year: 2012

Nonlinear refraction based optical limiting phenomena is investigated analytically in the transmission mode of a fiber Bragg grating using coupled mode theory. A simple expression for intensity dependent transmittivity has been obtained by incorporating the Kerr effect in nonlinear coupled equations. The transmission is studied as a function of the incident intensity at various incident wavelengths. We have found that the transmittance of the grating gradually increases as a ramp function and becomes constant after a critical intensity when the wavelength of the incident light is tuned above the Bragg wavelength. © 2012 World Scientific Publishing Company.


Verma K.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Agarkar A.,Malwa Institute of Technology
Communications in Computer and Information Science | Year: 2011

In this paper, we present 'RTS-Mirror', an attempt to transform the overall usage and functioning of rear vision mirror to an entire stage of compliance in accordance to the automated technology of rear mirror that will leverage the present technology of movement of the rear vision mirror by a joystick or rather by a human hold. 'RTS-Mirror' is an intelligent system running on RTOS that tracks the face of driver in real-time and will apparently adjusts the rear mirror in a contiguous synchronized manner. This project explores the use face tracking algorithm like Haar-Classifier cascade algorithm [3], [5], Lucas- Kanade algorithm [14], [15], and joystick mechanism of rear mirror can develop a fully automated digital Rear vision mirror. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.


Parag S.,Government College of Engineering, Aurangabad | Vijyayshree N.,MOTI | Rami B.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Patil B.R.,Government Girls College
Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment | Year: 2010

A vast rural Indian population is dependent on the supply of untreated water, which is the root cause of their ailments. The rural population is thriving on the contaminated water supply due to lack of financial resources and other pressing essentialities of life. Safe water is vital for improving the health and quality of life and for alleviating poverty. In the process of developing a plant based substitute for economical safe approach for water purification against conventional chemical constituents, plants were screened for evaluation of their efficiency for antibacterial activity. Ocimum sanctum is effective against Escherichia Coli, Salmonella typhi, Pseudomonas pyocyaneus, Vibrio Cholerae, Shigella dysenteriae and Proteus Vulgaris within specified contact time. O. sanctum is effective against Escherichia Coli with increase in specified contact time.


Purohit P.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Dubey M.,Malwa Institute of Technology
IEEE International Conference on Computer Communication and Control, IC4 2015 | Year: 2015

This paper deals with the modeling, analysis and design of SPWM (Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation) controlled multilevel inverter fed PMSM (Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor) drive. The concept of vector control is applied in PMSM to obtain linear dynamics similar to DC motor and the concept of SPWM is applies to produce the controlled switching pulses to multilevel inverter. The five level cascaded inverter fed PMSM drives are developed in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment using simpower system toolboxes. The performance of the proposed drive system is obtained under various operating conditions. © 2015 IEEE.


Vyas D.,University of Rajasthan | Misra Y.,Mewar University | Kamath H.R.,Malwa Institute of Technology
International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication Engineering Systems - Proceedings of SPACES 2015, in Association with IEEE | Year: 2015

Implementation of Fuzzy Logic in sugar industry will provide a new method to overcome various problems and increase the overall efficiency of sugar industries. The fuzzification, rule base and defuzzification are the key elements of a fuzzy system. Apart from fuzzification and defining rule there are numerous ways of defuzzification. This paper deals with the analysis and a comparative study of different deffuzification methods used for a three input fuzzy controller. The fuzzy controller developed and simulated for different deffuzification method by using Fuzzy Tool Box provided by MATLAB version 7.7 (R2008b). © 2015 IEEE.


Barve A.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Joshi B.K.,MCTE
2012 CSI 6th International Conference on Software Engineering, CONSEG 2012 | Year: 2012

Lexical analysis is the first and foremost step in the compilation process. The basic aim of this step is to convert stream of characters / symbols into words called tokens. These tokens are used by the other phases of a compiler. Many tools have been developed in the past that generate the tokenizer automatically. These tools are best suited for sequential processing. With the advent of multi-core processors it is possible to parallelize tokenization by exploiting the parallel constructs of the languages. In this paper we propose a parallel lexical analyzer which exploits loops and processor affinity concept to achieve parallelism in lexical analysis on multi-core machines. The results show substantial improvement in lexical analysis phase as compared to sequential version. © 2012 IEEE.


Sharma J.P.,Mewar University | Ravishankar Kamath H.,Malwa Institute of Technology
Journal of Electrical Systems | Year: 2015

This paper presents voltage assessment indices for unbalance radial feeder in smart grid application. These indices are voltage stability margin, voltage deviation index, voltage profile and voltage unbalance factor. Voltage assessments are based on unique two-bus Π-network model having time varying composite voltage sensitive load for every 15 mintues. Each node of feeder have three different time varying load categories consumers (industrial, commercial and residential), which is more practical to actual feeder. Characteristics and composition of residential, industrial and commercial consumers are accounted through time varying static composite load models. Composite load modelling is combination of constant impedance, constant current and constant power. The load flow solution is based on two port network modeling, load modeling and forward- backward sweep technique. Developed indices were calculated for modified IEEE 37 node test feeder with consideration of 15 minutes characteristics time interval for load modeling to meet out requirement of smart grid implementation. Simulation results demonstrate the validity and effectiveness of proposed indices for smart grid applications. © JES 2015.


Sharma R.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Singh P.,IET
2012 IEEE 5th Power India Conference, PICONF 2012 | Year: 2012

To detect the occurrence of islanding events as it becomes a challenging issue, the wavelet transform technique is approached. This technique has grasped to detect the appearance of islanding events in a highly effective manner. The proposed approach would serve as an efficient aid such that the mains power disconnection can be better distinguished. The islanding occurs when a portion of the distribution system becomes electrically isolated from the remainder of the power system yet continues to be energized by distribution generators. The current industry practice is to disconnect all distributed generator immediately after the occurrence of islands. To achieve such a goal, each distributed generator must be equipped with an islanding detection device, which is also called anti islanding devices. This paper proposes a wavelet based passive islanding detection scheme. This paper utilizes the discrete wavelet transform to detect the islanding contingency on grid with conventional method of voltage change and frequency change detection. Simulation results supported the effectiveness of the method for the application considered. The detection technique results indicate that the method can detect the islanding correctly and promptly. © 2012 IEEE.


Purohit P.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Dubey M.,Malwa Institute of Technology
2014 IEEE Students' Conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science, SCEECS 2014 | Year: 2014

This paper deals with the modeling and analysis of multilevel inverter fed PMSM (Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor) drive. The concept of hysteresis is applies to produce the controlled switching pulses to multilevel inverter and the concept of vector control is applied in PMSM to obtain linear dynamics similar to DC motor. The five level cascaded inverter fed PMSM drives are developed in MATLAB/SIMULINK environment using simpower system toolboxes. The performance of the proposed drive system is obtained under various operating conditions. © 2014 IEEE.


Kamath H.R.,Malwa Institute of Technology | Goswami A.K.,National Institute of Technology Silchar
IMECS 2011 - International MultiConference of Engineers and Computer Scientists 2011 | Year: 2011

A Maximum power point tracking (MPPT) allows the photovoltaic module to operate at its maximum power point. It is done using a converter that regulates the power that is drawn from the converter. By varying the duty cycle of the switches, the energy transferred through the converter can be precisely controlled. This paper deals with simulation of estimator for a digital tracking system used for simulation of maximum power point PV tracker using KALMAN Filter. For the simulation Back-Propagation and Radial Basis Network are used as Artificial Neural Network (ANN) tool. The objective of this paper is to discuss the use of KALMAN filter as an estimator in the area of photovoltaic cell power tracking.

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