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News Article | November 30, 2016
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In view of the changing scenario at national level owing to the situation arising out of demonetization step by the Prime Minister of India, a seminar cum views sharing session was held at Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology (PIET), an AICTE..

News Article | November 30, 2016
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28th November was a special day at Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology, which is an institution of repute as one of the Best Engineering and Management Colleges in Haryana which is run by Vidyapeeth Education Trust.

Kumar A.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology | Khosla A.,National Institute of Technology Jalandhar | Saini J.S.,Sudan University of Science and Technology | Singh S.,Alagappa Chettiar College of Engineering And Technology
IS'2012 - 2012 6th IEEE International Conference Intelligent Systems, Proceedings | Year: 2012

Accurate location of target nodes is highly desirable in a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) as it has a strong impact on overall performance of the WSN. This paper proposes the application of H-Best Particle Swarm Optimization (HPSO) and Biogeography Based Optimization (BBO) algorithms for distributed optimal localization of randomly deployed sensors. The proposed HPSO algorithm is modeled for fast and mature convergence, though previous PSO models had only fast convergence but less mature. Biogeography is a school work (collective learning) of geographical allotment of biological organisms. BBO has a new inclusive vigor based on the science of biogeography and employs migration operator to share information between different habitats, i.e., problem solutions. WSN localization problem is formulated as an NP-Hard optimization problem because of its size and complexity. In this work, an error model is described for estimation of optimal node location in a manner such that the location error is minimized using HPSO and BBO algorithms. Proposed HPSO and BBO algorithms are matured to optimize the sensors' locations and perform better as compared to the existing optimization algorithms such as Genetic Algorithms (GAs), and Simulated Annealing Algorithm (SAA). Comparative study reveals that the HPSO yields improved performance in terms of faster, matured, and accurate localization as compared to global best (gbest) PSO. © 2012 IEEE.

Kumar A.,Jaypee Institute of Information Technology | Karampal,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology
2015 International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication, ICSC 2015 | Year: 2015

In this paper, range-free 3D node localization (in anisotropic environment) method using the application of bio-inspired algorithm, i.e., Firefly Algorithm (FA) is proposed. Nodes are deployed over the three layer boundaries in which the upper layer contains the anchor nodes (known position) that are randomly distributed and the middle layer and the bottom layer contain the randomly distributed target nodes. Optimized edge weights between the anchor nodes and the target node are used to find the location of the target node. Fuzzy Logic System (FLS) is used to overcome the problem of nonlinearity between the Received Signal Strength (RSS) and distance. The results of proposed algorithm are compared with some earlier proposed range-free methods in terms of the error. © 2015 IEEE.

Kumar H.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology | Kumar H.,Kurukshetra University | Chand F.,Kurukshetra University
AIP Advances | Year: 2013

The (21)-dimensional Maccari and nonlinear Schrödinger equations are reduced to a nonlinear ordinary differential equation (ODE) by using a simple transformation, various solutions of the nonlinear ODE are obtained by using extended F-expansion and projective Ricatti equation methods. With the aid of solutions of the nonlinear ODE more explicit traveling wave solutions expressed by the hyperbolic functions, trigonometric functions and rational functions are found out. It is shown that these methods provides a powerful mathematical tool for solving nonlinear evolution equations in mathematical physics. © 2013 Copyright 2013 Author(s). This article is distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.

Kumar H.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology | Kumar H.,Kurukshetra University | Chand F.,Kurukshetra University
Indian Journal of Physics | Year: 2013

In this paper, we have obtained exact 1-soliton solutions of complex modified KdV equation with variable - coefficients using solitary wave ansatz. Restrictions on parameters of the soliton have been observed in course of the derivation of soliton solutions. Finally, a few numerical simulations of dark and bright solitons have been given. © 2013 Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science.

Ramakrishna Rao B.,Naval Materials Research Laboratory | Ramakrishna Rao B.,Indian Institute of Technology Madras | Srinivas M.,Naval Science and Technological Laboratory | Shah A.K.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology | And 2 more authors.
Intermetallics | Year: 2013

A new thermodynamic parameter PHSS (PHSS = ΔHC(ΔSσ/kB)(ΔS C/R)) is proposed, to describe and predict the glass forming ability (GFA) of Fe based alloys. Here ΔHC is the chemical enthalpy of mixing, ΔSσ is the mismatch entropy and ΔS C is the configurational entropy. The PHSS parameter incorporates enthalpy of mixing, size mismatch and the number of elements in the systems which influence GFA significantly. It was observed from rapid solidification processing (RSP) and mechanical alloying (MA) studies that, all alloys with PHSS in between -0.55 kJ/mol to -6.00 kJ/mol would form glass in the Fe-Zr-B system. MA and RSP experiments on multi-component Fe-Cr-Ni-Zr-B alloys indicated that PHSS is a better parameter to predict GFA of the system than PHS, a parameter used in earlier studies. It was also observed that bulk metallic glass (BMG) forming alloys can be observed in between a PHSS range of -3.00 kJ/mol to -6.00 kJ/mol, with the maximum thickness of the BMG increasing with decreasing PHSS within the above range. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Kumar P.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology
Rasayan Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2012

Density, speed of sound and viscosity measurements have been made for L-alanine and other amino acids in ethanol-water and isopropyl alcohol-water co-solvents at the temperatures 303.15K, 308.15K and 313.15K having the Concentration of amino acids in the range of 0.01 to 0.10 mol litre. These measurements have been used to evaluate some important parameters Such as isentropic Compressibility, Specific acoustic impedance, intermolecular free-length, molar Sound velocity, Apparent molal compressibility (φk), Specific viscosity, reduced and relative viscosity and Some other parameters for the Same Concentrations and temperature range. These parameters have been discussed in the terms of Solute-Solvent interactions.The ultrasound velocity increases on increasing Concentration of electrolyte. © 2012 RASÄYAN. All rights reserved.

Singha K.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology
Journal of the Textile Association | Year: 2012

Ink jet printing is becoming a fascinating field with cutting-edge technology in the textile processing industrial application. The different newly developed ink jet printing techniques like; Continuous Multi-Level Deflected Technology, Continuous Binary Systems, Thermal Ink Jet Technology or 'Drop on Demand' System, Piezo Drop on Demand Technology, Continuous stream printing, multideflected printing, UV curable printing techniques etc. has open wingless opportunities in front of the dyers and colorist throughout the globe. The recent development of complex printer with water soluble or solvent soluble developed ink provides ample scope to improve the light fastness, waterfastness and to predict exact and fair printing design on the silk, wool, polyester, vinyl or nylon fabric. This paper reviews about the golden journey of ink jet printing towards its supreme excellency.

Kumar H.,Panipat Institute of Engineering and Technology | Kumar H.,Kurukshetra University | Chand F.,Kurukshetra University
Optics and Laser Technology | Year: 2013

In this paper, we have obtained the optical solitary wave solutions for the nonlinear Schrödinger equation which describes the propagation of femtosecond light pulses in optical fibers in the presence of self-steepening and a self-frequency shift terms. The solitary wave ansatz method was used to carry out the derivations of the solitons. The parametric conditions for the formation of soliton pulses were determined. Using the 1-soliton solution, a number of conserved quantities have been calculated for Hirota and Sasa-Satsuma cases. We have also constructed some periodic wave solutions of the higher order nonlinear Schrödinger equation by reducing it to quartic anharmonic oscillator equation and by using projective Ricatti equations. Moreover by using He's semi-inverse method, variational formulation was established to obtain exact soliton solutions. The 1-soliton solutions of time dependent form of this equation was also obtained. To visualize the propagation characteristics of dark-bright soliton solutions, few numerical simulations are given. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd.

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