Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
Padma P.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Srinivasan S.,RMD Engineering College
Proceedings of the International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies, ICICT 2016 | Year: 2017
The study focuses on presenting a review on the various biometric authentication mechanisms in the cloud computing environment. Cloud Computing is used to deliver computing Services over the internet and is used to store data in cloud servers. Due to the sharing of services, privacy and data security have become a major area of concern in cloud computing. The cloud service providers store and maintain client data across data centers which provides threats of data leaks. It is found that several mechanisms have emphasized on data security and in the ensuing process have ignored privacy. Authentication helps to ensure and confirms a user's identity. The existing traditional password authentication does not provide enough security for the data residing in cloud and there have been instances when the password based authentication has been manipulated to gain access into the cloud data. Multifactor authentication is a methodology that uses two or more authentication techniques along with the password but it still does not provide fool-proof data security. Since the conventional methods such as passwords do not serve the purpose of data security, research works focused on biometric traits were as a means of user authentication in cloud services. The biometric authentication is broadly classified into physical based biometric authentication and behavioral based biometric authentication. This paper presents an overview of those methods and analyzes their merits and demerits. The study has been structured to analyze the prevailing biometric authentication mechanisms to gain insights in developing a new authentication model that is more efficient than the existing methods.
Manickam R.,Coimbatore Institute of Technology |
Gopinath A.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering | Year: 2017
Drilling of composite materials is difficult when compared to the conventional materials because of its in-homogeneous nature. The force developed during drilling play a major role in the surface quality of the hole and minimizing the damages around the surface. This paper focuses the effect of drilling parameters on thrust force in drilling of sisal-glass fiber reinforced polymer composite laminates. The quadratic response models are developed by using response surface methodology (RSM) to predict the influence of cutting parameters on thrust force. The adequacy of the models is checked by using the analysis of variance (ANOVA). A scanning electron microscope (SEM) analysis is carried out to analyze the quality of the drilled surface. From the results, it is found that, the feed rate is the most influencing parameter followed by spindle speed and the drill diameter is the least influencing parameter on the thrust force. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
Nirmala G.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Uthra G.,Pachiyappas College
International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology | Year: 2017
Plastic products have become basic need and it takes main part of our life. As the population increases the production of plastic also increases. But plastics ne\>er degrades and remains as a waste on landscape for many years. So study of waste plastic management is essential in this era. Many methods are available to dispose or reuse the plastic waste. Recycling is one of that in which plastic can be converted into energy or raw material of plastic. Many types of recycling are available. Since it involves many criteria to select the best method of plastic recycling, this problem can be modelled as MC'DM problem. AHP is one of the approach to solve MCDM problem. In this paper AHP based on Trapezoidal Fuzzy linguistic preference relation is used to find best recycling method. © IAEME Publication.
Gokulakrishnan D.,Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology |
Latha B.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics | Year: 2016
The prominence of the internet technology plays an essential role in the health care and medical emergency system in human life. The medical organization's web servers are used to perform the millions of transactions like medical records, e-health reports, etc., per day. Even though the medical web server improves the utilizing rate while establishing health care and emergency system, it has high response time due to the lack of utilizing the internet and real time technologies. This drawback leads to create web traffic while accessing the health care system which increase the difficulties during searching and viewing of the patients current health care records, doctor, hospital and drug information also difficulty to manage the communication between the various medical units. The present paper focused on analyzing, measuring and evaluating the performance of the medical web servers with a goal of scalability planning models. The scalability model handles the medical web server in terms of using the Flow-Packet-Level Model to obtain the notion of the various network operations and it provides different insights about its performance of the internet medical web servers. The proposed scalable network has been modeled using the Extended Queuing Petri Net to enable the users to bring about the design of reliable and optimized systems. The performance of the system is evaluated using the scalability, time and Average server load performance metrics. © Copyright 2016 American Scientific Publishers All rights reserved.
Ramesh M.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Ramesh M.,Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur |
Palanikumar K.,Sri Sai Ram Institute of Technology |
Reddy K.H.,Andhra University
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2013
The incorporation of natural fibres such as sisal/jute with glass fiber composites has gained increasing applications both in many areas of Engineering and Technology. The aim of this study is to evaluate mechanical properties such as tensile and flexural properties of hybrid glass fiber-sisal/jute reinforced epoxy composites. Microscopic examinations are carried out to analyze the interfacial characteristics of materials, internal structure of the fractured surfaces and material failure morphology by using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The results indicated that the incorporation of sisal fiber with GFRP exhibited superior properties than the jute fiber reinforced GFRP composites in tensile properties and jute fiber reinforced GFRP composites performed better in flexural properties. © 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd.
Chidambaram L.A.,Annamalai University |
Ramana A.S.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Kamaraj G.,Annamalai University |
Velraj R.,Anna University
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews | Year: 2011
Power shortage and unstable power supply remain serious problems. Conventional cooling technologies that utilize harmful refrigerants consume more energy and cause peak loads leading to negative environmental impacts. As the world grapples with the energy and environmental crisis, there is an urgent need to develop and promote environmentally benign sustainable cooling technologies. Solar cooling is one such promising technology, given the fact that solar energy is the cheapest and widely available renewable energy that matches the cooling load requirements. Thermal storage systems are essential to overcome the disadvantage of the intermittent nature of solar energy and variation in cooling demand. The enhanced utilization of solar energy and other consequences of thermal storage integrated systems have gained the attention of researchers in the recent years. This paper reviews research articles in the field of solar cooling techniques, solar collectors, storage methods and their integration, along with performance improvement studies reported using thermal stratification and cascaded thermal storage systems. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Vijaya Ramnath B.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Elanchezhian C.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Jaivignesh M.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Rajesh S.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
And 2 more authors.
Materials and Design | Year: 2014
This paper deals with the fabrication and mechanical investigation of aluminium alloy, alumina (Al2O3) and boron carbide metal matrix composites. Aluminium is the matrix metal having properties like light weight, high strength and ease of machinability. Alumina which has better wear resistance, high strength, hardness and boron carbide which has excellent hardness and fracture toughness are added as reinforcements. Here, the fabrication is done by stir casting which involves mixing the required quantities of additives into stirred molten aluminium. After solidification, the samples are prepared and tested to find the various mechanical properties like tensile, flexural, impact and hardness. The internal structure of the composite is observed using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.
Srinivasan V.S.,Anna University |
Rajendra Boopathy S.,Anna University |
Sangeetha D.,Anna University |
Vijaya Ramnath B.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
Materials and Design | Year: 2014
Hybrid materials of any kind are the keynote for today's demands. This paper deals with one of such hybrid composite made of natural fibres namely, banana and flax fibres. The structural build-up is such that one layer of banana fibre is sandwiched between two layers of flax fibres by hand layup method with a volume fraction of 40% using Epoxy resin and HY951 hardener. Glass fibre reinforcement polymer (GFRP) is used for lamination on both sides. This lamination also increases the overall mechanical properties along with better surface properties. The properties of this hybrid composite are determined by testing its tensile, impact, and flexural loads using a Universal testing machine. Thermal properties are analysed and hybrid composites of flax and banana with GFRP have better thermal stability and flame resistance over flax, banana with GFRP single fibre hybrid composites. Morphological analysis is done using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The result of test shows that hybrid composite has far better properties than single fibre glass reinforced composite under impact and flexural loads. However it is found that the hybrid composite have better strength as compared to single fibre composites. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.
Rashmi R.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College |
Latha B.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
2013 International Conference on Information Communication and Embedded Systems, ICICES 2013 | Year: 2013
Video surveillance is a popular consumer application that is used for various purposes such as public safety, facilities surveillance, and traffic monitoring. In this paper IP camera are employed for surveillance, and which unlike analog Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras, it can send and receive data via a network and the Internet. This is incredibly convenient and easy-to-use application. Motion Detector is an amazing app that turns the phone into a surveillance device with motion detection. Using the IP camera, Motion Detector Pro has the ability to detect the slightest of movements happening in the phone's range of vision. If, at all, there's an intruder, the application will immediately alert you with an email or text message and there is a new app for transferring image from mobile to pc and vice versa using this app it provide the facility to store data in system itself. Data transmission app also allow to update data which is automatically updated in the system. © 2013 IEEE.
Ramesh M.,Sri Sai Ram Engineering College
Progress in Materials Science | Year: 2016
The non-wood plants became an alternative solution or source of fibrous material in this millennium due to increasing population and industrialization along with better education. In a view to reduce the cost of production and the harmful destruction of our environment, so many research work has been carried out and still ongoing as to the possibility of using natural fibres for the development of high performance engineering products. It is for the reason that this paper is geared through reviewing the published results and brings out converging problems associated with kenaf; a very important natural fibre with favourable mechanical properties and insight into the use of composite reinforcement has been addressed. The overview of the developments made in the area of kenaf fibre reinforced composites in terms of their market, manufacturing methods, matrix combinations, environmental effects, chemical treatments, physical properties, and fracture characteristics are addressed. Several critical issues and suggestions for future work are discussed, for the bright future of this bio-based material through value addition to enhance its use. Emphases are given on the summary of the literature and presentation of the effect of the kenaf fibres on the final products. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.