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Singh M.,SSTC | Brahmin K.,SSTC | Neema D.D.,CIT
International Conference on Electrical Power and Energy Systems, ICEPES 2016 | Year: 2017

The following paper shows us the study and comparison of various trends of controllers applied for stabilization of an AVR system. Now a day's mainly PID controllers are used in conjunction with an AVR but this does not ensure robust stability of the system. Thus the H-infinity and Hybrid controllers come in to picture. As H-infinity controllers require complex calculations. MATLAB turned out to be a useful tool. We have applied PSO optimization technique to get the best controller designed. This paper shows us the comparison of AVR output for various controllers employed with AVR system. © 2016 IEEE.


News Article | November 23, 2016
Site: en.prnasia.com

BANDUNG, Indonesia, Nov. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio Farma, a state-owned vaccine manufacturer in Indonesia, has been selected by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to host an Islamic country vaccine production workshop in Bandung from November 15-18, 2016. The workshop is attended by more than 30 OIC member countries such as Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Turkey, Malaysia, Iran, Egypt and Bangladesh. According to Mr. Rahman, Corporate Secretary of Bio Farma, "In order to make the workshop successful, we will work together with other stakeholders, including the Ministry of State Secretary as a member of National Coordination Team for South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC), the Ministry of Health, the National Agency for Drug & Food Control of Indonesia (NADFC), the Indonesian Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (ITAGI), the World Health Organization and Bio Farma as speakers. "This vaccine production workshop will also have a discussion on the methods required to produce safe, quality and efficacious vaccines," said Mr. Rahman. A number of sessions are held to discuss issues related to Islamic countries' self-reliance on vaccine production and the potential of Indonesian biodiversity. In addition, at the end of the event, field visits will be conducted to allow participants to see directly the production process, research and development, and Bio Farma's vaccine production facilities. Rika Kiswardani, Head of  Bureau of Technical Cooperation said, "The Ministry of State Secretary has given its support to this program and through Indonesia's capacity in promoting vaccine production to OIC countries, it is expected that Indonesia's vaccine industry will be able to be mass-marketed around the world, helping drive the development of Islamic countries. "This workshop is expected to generate ideas for the transformation and establishment of Islamic countries' self-reliance in producing vaccines and their effective use for human health as Indonesia is mandated to bear the responsibility as a center of excellence in vaccine production and this role has been long performed by Bio Farma," she said. Bio Farma has been trusted to host the workshop for its expertise and long-standing experience in producing vaccines for more than 126 years. Many Bio Farma products have World Health Organization (WHO) pre-qualification and are procured by United Nations agencies for use globally. For further information, please contact:


News Article | November 23, 2016
Site: www.prnewswire.co.uk

BANDUNG, Indonesia, Nov. 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Bio Farma, a state-owned vaccine manufacturer in Indonesia, has been selected by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to host an Islamic country vaccine production workshop in Bandung from November 15-18, 2016. The workshop is attended by more than 30 OIC member countries such as Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Turkey, Malaysia, Iran, Egypt and Bangladesh. According to Mr. Rahman, Corporate Secretary of Bio Farma, "In order to make the workshop successful, we will work together with other stakeholders, including the Ministry of State Secretary as a member of National Coordination Team for South-South and Triangular Cooperation (SSTC), the Ministry of Health, the National Agency for Drug & Food Control of Indonesia (NADFC), the Indonesian Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (ITAGI), the World Health Organization and Bio Farma as speakers. "This vaccine production workshop will also have a discussion on the methods required to produce safe, quality and efficacious vaccines," said Mr. Rahman. A number of sessions are held to discuss issues related to Islamic countries' self-reliance on vaccine production and the potential of Indonesian biodiversity. In addition, at the end of the event, field visits will be conducted to allow participants to see directly the production process, research and development, and Bio Farma's vaccine production facilities. Rika Kiswardani, Head of  Bureau of Technical Cooperation said, "The Ministry of State Secretary has given its support to this program and through Indonesia's capacity in promoting vaccine production to OIC countries, it is expected that Indonesia's vaccine industry will be able to be mass-marketed around the world, helping drive the development of Islamic countries. "This workshop is expected to generate ideas for the transformation and establishment of Islamic countries' self-reliance in producing vaccines and their effective use for human health as Indonesia is mandated to bear the responsibility as a center of excellence in vaccine production and this role has been long performed by Bio Farma," she said. Bio Farma has been trusted to host the workshop for its expertise and long-standing experience in producing vaccines for more than 126 years. Many Bio Farma products have World Health Organization (WHO) pre-qualification and are procured by United Nations agencies for use globally. For further information, please contact:


Joshi P.V.,SSTC | Jain N.K.,National Institute of Technology Raipur | Ramtekkar G.D.,National Institute of Technology Raipur | Singh Virdi G.,SSTC
Thin-Walled Structures | Year: 2016

An analytical model is presented for vibration of a thin orthotropic plate containing two perpendicular continuous line surface cracks located at the centre of the plate in the presence of thermal environment. Also new configuration of two perpendicular cracks as internal cracks, located along the thickness of the plate is studied by considering appropriate crack compliance coefficients based on line-spring model. Equilibrium principle based on Classical Plate Theory is used to derive the equations of motion for cracked plate, wherein the crack terms are formulated using the line spring model. The moments due to thermal environment are neglected in the results and only uniform heating of the cracked plate is considered. The solution for natural frequencies of cracked plate is obtained by Galerkin's method. A relation for thermal buckling phenomenon for the cracked plate is also formulated. The influence of the lengths of the two cracks and their location along the thickness of the plate on critical buckling temperature and first mode natural frequency is demonstrated. The geometrically linear frequency response relation for cracked plate is formulated using the method of multiple scales. It is thus concluded that the presence of the two cracks affect the critical buckling temperature and natural frequencies. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd


Laser J.S.,Communication Engineering | Jain V.,SSTC
2016 International Conference on Computation of Power, Energy, Information and Communication, ICCPEIC 2016 | Year: 2016

Security has been a major concern for authentication over networking. Cryptography methods solve the problem of security by various public key cryptosystems method. In public key cryptosystems, authentication provides by either HASH function, MAC (Message Authentication Code) function or Digital Signature. In this work, we are using Biometric based person or sender Authentication using Speech Feature in public key Cryptosystem. Here using public key cryptosystem is Diffie Hellman (DH) algorithm. DH generates a shared secrete key between two parties over insecure communication but DH does not provide Encryption/Decryption and authentication. Man in middle attack or Hacking possible in DH because it does not authenticate the participate. In this work we overcome the authentication and man in middle attack problem by using Biometric based sender authentication. Also the speech encryption and decryption are performing with the message in this work for higher security. © 2016 IEEE.


Kiran R.,SSTC | Kamargaonkar C.,SSTC
2016 International Conference on Computation of Power, Energy, Information and Communication, ICCPEIC 2016 | Year: 2016

Medical image compression has received great attention attributable to its increasing need to decrease the image size while not compromising the diagnostically crucial medical data exhibited on the image. PCA algorithm may be used to help in image compression. In this paper, a system that investigates the effectiveness of the region-based compression using block based PCA was proposed. The block based PCA has 2 extended-PCA algorithms that manipulate the block data of the image are tested. The first algorithm is referred to as block-by-block PCA where general PCA algorithm is applied to every block of the image. In the next algorithm- the block-to-row PCA, all block data are initially concatenated into a row before the general PCA algorithm is therefore applied in the transformed matrix. In this work, the automated segmentation is employed to trace the specified ROI on the image. The block based PCA primarily applied on the ROI region whereas General PCA was applied to non-ROI region. From this work, it's found that region-based PCA performs much better than the PCA algorithm with regards to image quality, yielding similar compression ratio as the PCA algorithm. © 2016 IEEE.


Jindal T.,SSTC
Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research | Year: 2015

Introduction: Exposure to radiation is a hazard and precautions are necessary to limit it. This study was done to assess the knowledge of radiation and the attitude towards radio-protection among urology residents in India. Materials and Methods: A questionnaire was administered to assess the knowledge and attitude of urology residents who came from all over the country to attend a clinical meeting at Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata, India. Results: All the respondents agreed to being exposed to radiation, with 78.2% using radiation in more than five cases a week. Only 65.2% always took some steps for radio-protection. Lead aprons and thyroid shields were the most common radiation protection devices used. None of the residents ever used lead gloves or protective eye glasses or dosimeters. An 82.6% felt that they did not have adequate knowledge, 85.4% of residents did not receive any formal classes regarding the risk of radiation, 21.7% either rarely or never moved out of the operating room when the radiation was being used, 42.4% did not know that the SI unit of the equivalent absorbed dose of radiation & 52.1% did not know about the amount of radiation delivered to an adult during a contrast enhanced CT scan of the abdomen. Conclusion: Results of the present study reveal that the urology residents of India lack knowledge about the risks of radiation exposure. Majority of them did not take necessary precautions to limit their exposure to radiation. © 2015 Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research. All rights reserved.


Tiwari S.,SSTC | Patel R.N.,SSTC
4th Students Conference on Engineering and Systems, SCES 2015 | Year: 2015

Solar energy constitutes the most abundantrenewable energy resource available and in most regions of the world its theoretical potential is far in excess of the current total primary energy supply in those regions. The work of remote data monitoring is highly useful, thereby decreasing the manual work and the errors in reading. In the proposed system we use X-Bee module as trans-receiving system, the distance of transmission is about 800 mts. For a relatively larger distance transmission, a more powerful trans-receiving system c an be introduced so as to increase the reach of the system. The objective of this work is to develop a power management system for optimum utilization of generated power from Solar PV power plants. This is to alleviate the existing situation wherein the net solar power utilization is effectively only about 50%. Some of the features of the proposed scheme are automatic load switching, advanced remote metering & control, and priority based switching. © 2015 IEEE.


Singh M.,SSTC | Patel R.N.,SSTC | Jhapte R.,SSTC
2016 IEEE 1st International Conference on Control, Measurement and Instrumentation, CMI 2016 | Year: 2016

The nonlinear nature of the system behavior causes several disturbances due to which the stability of the system gets affected. Controlled operation of power systems is very critical and most important factoris to achieve stable power system. For this reason there is a need of an adaptive control technique. PID controllers are widely used due to their simplicity and ease of re-tuning on-line. Several tuning methods such as Pattern Search (PS), Genetic Algorithm (GA), Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) and Simulated Annealing (SA) are being used for the optimum setting of PID controller parameters so as to improve the system stability. In this paper the performance of PID controller tuned by different techniques is compared so as to design optimum controller. © 2016 IEEE.


Bagga J.,SSTC | Tripathi N.,SSTC
International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Signals, Communication and Optimization, EESCO 2015 | Year: 2015

Automatic Modulation Classification (AMC) is the technique for classifying the modulation scheme of an intercepted and possibly noisy signal whose modulation scheme is unknown. Automatic modulation classification of the digital modulation type of a signal has been taking much interest in the communication areas. This is due to the advances in reconfigurable signal processing systems, especially for the application of software radio system. Ten Digitally modulated signals are considered. Channel conditions have been modeled by simulating AWGN and multipath Rayleigh fading effect. Seven key features have been used to develop the classifier. Higher order QAM signals such as 16QAM, 64QAM and 256 QAM are classified using higher order statistical parameters such as moments and cumulants. Feature based Decision tree and ANN classifier have been developed and their performances are compared under varying channel conditions for SNR as low as -5dB. © 2015 IEEE.

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