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Venkatesan E.,VLSI Design | Kolanchinathan V.P.,SVCET
2014 International Conference on Information Communication and Embedded Systems, ICICES 2014 | Year: 2014

This paper presents a hardware implementation of a digital watermarking system that can insert invisible watermark information into video streams in real time. The watermark embedding is processed in the integer based wavelet transformation, lifting and least significant bits approach. To achieve high performance, the proposed system architecture employs pipeline structure and uses parallelism. Hardware implementation using field programmable gate array has been done, and an experiment was carried out using a custom versatile breadboard for overall performance evaluation. Experimental results show that a hardware-based video authentication system using this watermarking technique features minimum video quality degradation and can withstand certain potential attacks, i.e., cover-up attacks, cropping, and segment removal on video sequences. Furthermore, the proposed hardware based watermarking system features low power consumption, low cost implementation, high processing speed, and reliability. © 2014 IEEE. Source


Raja R.S.,PET Engineering College | Manisekar K.,Center for Manufacturing science | Manikandan V.,SVCET
Key Engineering Materials | Year: 2011

Fibre reinforced polymer composites play an incredible role in almost all spheres of day to day life and the field of carbon composites is one of the prime research area in recent decade. Polymers are mostly reinforced with fibre or fillers to obtain better mechanical properties. The properties of the polymer composites can be improved largely by varying the type of filler/fibre materials and its volume percentage. Composites properties depend on the size, shape and other physical properties of the reinforcements. A relative easy way to improve the mechanical properties of a polymer is the addition of filler materials. In all particulate filled systems, the adhesion between the matrix and filler plays a significant role in determining the key properties such as strength and toughness. The mechanical properties of composites are also influenced by the filler's nature, size and distribution profile, aspect ratio, volume fraction, the intrinsic adhesion between the surfaces of filler and polymer. In this paper, the effect of filler material on mechanical properties of E-Glass fibre reinforced polymer has been studied out by varying filler materials. For these study three different types of specimens were prepared, viz FRP without filler material, the FRP with 10 volume percentages of carbon black and the FRP with 10 volume percentage of Fly ash as filler material. The polyester composites were fabricated by hand-layup method. Mechanical properties of the specimens are analyzed using computerized Universal Testing Machine as per ASTM D 638 standards. The resulting behavioral patterns of the FRP with filler material are listed and compared to those of the FRP without filler material. Mechanical properties such as ultimate tensile strength, percentage of elongation, yield strength, Poisson's ratio and percentage reduction in area were found out. © (2011) Trans Tech Publications. Source


Satheesh Raja R.,PET Engineering College | Manisekar K.,Center for Manufacturing science | Manikandan V.,SVCET
Materials and Design | Year: 2014

This paper describes the mechanical behavior of fly ash impregnated E-glass fiber reinforced polymer composite (GFRP). Initially the proportion of fiber and resin were optimized from the analysis of the mechanical properties of the GFRP. It is observed that the 30. wt% of E-glass in the GFRP without filler material yields better results. Then, based on the optimized value of resin content, the varying percentage of E-glass and fly ash was added to fabricate the hybrid composites. Results obtained in this study were mathematically evaluated using Mixture Design Method. Predictions show that 10. wt% addition of fly ash with fiber improves the mechanical properties of the composites. The fly ash impregnated GFRP yields significant improvement in mechanical strength compared to the GFRP without filler material. The surface morphologies of the fractured specimens were characterized using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). The chemical composition and surface morphology of the fly ash is analyzed by using Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) and Scanning Electron Microscope. © 2013 . Source


MuraliMohanBabu Y.,SVCET | Subramanyam M.V.,SREC | GiriPrasad M.N.,JNTUA
Procedia Computer Science | Year: 2015

In synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging, pulses of microwave energy are transmitted towards the ground surface (target). The backscattered signal energy is measured at the receiving end. In this process, a speckle noise is added because of the coherent imaging system and makes the study of images very difficult. For better SAR image processing, the speckle has to be removed in the initial stages of processing and maintain all texture features efficiently. The (Block Matching 3D algorithm) BM3D method is generally considered as state of art method in denoising of SAR images. Still some amount of speckle left with images. This is due to sampling conversion at transmitter and receiver. In this paper, it is proposed a technique to despeckle the speckle noise to the maximum extent while maintaining the edge characteristics. This technique uses un-sampling at both the ends. © 2015 The Authors. Source


Vijay Kumar Y.N.,SVCET | Sivanagaraju S.,UCEK | Suresh C.V.,Vasireddy Venkatadri Institute of Technology
Ain Shams Engineering Journal | Year: 2015

The utilization of electrical energy due to urbanization and industrialization is increasing day by day, and due to this, there is chance of increasing the uncertainties in a given power system and that affects the economy of the country. The conventional power system in the presence of flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) controllers is an alternative to solve this problem and can increase the power system capability to handle rapid changes in operating conditions of the system. In general, multi-line FACTS controllers are effective than single line FACTS controllers. In this paper, a detailed mathematical modeling of IPFC is presented and the effect of an optimal location is also analyzed. A novel optimization algorithm i.e. modified BAT algorithm is proposed to solve optimal power flow problem in the presence of IPFC including system constraints and device limits. The proposed methodology has been tested on standard test systems. © 2015 Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University. Source

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