University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering was established in the year 1917, under the name Government Engineering College, by Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya, and was affiliated to University of Mysore. It is the 5th Engineering College to be established in the country. This is one of the oldest technical institutions in the country, imparting technical education leading to B.E, M.E, B.Arch, M.Sc and Ph D degrees in the various disciplines of Engineering and Architecture. The college is approved by the AICTE and the Government of Karnataka. The departments are accredited with five A+ for three years by the National Board of Accreditation, New Delhi. UVCE has a NAAC rating of 5 Star for the past 4 consecutive years. The College is receiving Financial Aid under TEQIP program from the World Bank . Wikipedia.
Narendra R.,BNM Institute of Technology |
Sudheer M.L.,University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering |
Pande D.C.,EMI EMC Group
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine | Year: 2013
Complex electronics devices are becoming more sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). These components are being developed with higher density (extra memory bits per unit volume) and are becoming faster (MHz, GHz, THz, etc.). These upgrades in technology do not come without a "technological price". By enhancing the products' performance to meet the users' demands and requirements, one drawback is the reduction in the ESD sensitivity voltage levels. Indirect and direct air/contact discharge test has been conducted on the ALS-SDA-CPLD/FPGA trainer kit linked to the digital to analog converter (DAC) module. The Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) and Complex Programmable Logic Devices (CPLD) are found to be very ESD sensitive. The FPGA 3s50 IC was affected during the contact discharge to the input pin. There was damage to the bond pad as well as the metal top layer was damaged. The DAC ICs were affected during the ESD discharge - one due to direct ESD effects and the other due to indirect ESD effects. There was dielectric breakdown damage observed in the CPLD 9572 IC. © 2013 IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine.
Sadashiv N.,Acharya Institute of Technology |
Kumar S.M.D.,University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
ICCSE 2011 - 6th International Conference on Computer Science and Education, Final Program and Proceedings | Year: 2011
Cloud computing is rapidly growing as an alternative to conventional computing. However, it is based on models like cluster computing, distributed computing, utility computing and grid computing in general. This paper presents an end-to-end comparison between Cluster Computing, Grid Computing and Cloud Computing, along with the challenges they face. This could help in better understanding these models and to know how they differ from its related concepts, all in one go. It also discusses the ongoing projects and different applications that use these computing models as a platform for execution. An insight into some of the tools which can be used in the three computing models to design and develop applications is given. This could help in bringing out the innovative ideas in the field and can be explored to the needs in the computing world. © 2011 IEEE.
Vijayasimha Reddy B.G.,Vemana Institute of Technology |
Sharma K.V.,University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering |
Yella Reddy T.,Vemana Institute of Technology
Materials and Design | Year: 2014
The response and energy absorption capacity of cellular sandwich panels that comprises of silk-cotton wood skins and aluminum honeycomb core are studied under quasi-static and low velocity impact loading. Two types of sandwich panels were constructed. The Type-I sandwich panel contains the silk-cotton wood plates (face plates) with their grains oriented to the direction of loading axis and in the case of Type-II sandwich panel, the wood grains were oriented transverse to the loading axis. In both of the above cases, aluminum honeycomb core had its cell axis parallel to the loading direction. The macro-deformation behavior of these panels is studied under quasi-static loading and their energy absorption capacity quantified. A series of low velocity impact tests were conducted and the dynamic data are discussed. The results are then compared with those of quasi-static experiments. It is observed that the energy absorption capacity of cellular sandwich panels increases under dynamic loading when compared with the quasi-static loading conditions. The Type-I sandwich panels tested in this study are found to be the better impact energy absorbers for low velocity impact applications. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd.
Ramesha K.,Vemana Institute of Technology |
Raja K.B.,University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
Communications in Computer and Information Science | Year: 2011
The face recognition system is used to create a national database for the purpose of identity cards, voting in an electoral systems, bank transaction, food distribution system, control over secured areas etc. In this paper we propose the Face Recognition System using Discrete Wavelet Transform and Fast PCA (FRDF). The Discrete Wavelet Transform is applied on face images of Libor Spacek database and only LL subband is considered. Fast Principal Component Analysis using Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization process is applied to generate coefficient vectors. The Euclidean Distance between test and database face image coefficient vectors are computed for face recognition based on the threshold value. It is observed that the face recognition rate is 100% and the proposed algorithm for the computation of eigenvalues and eigenvectors improves the computational efficiency as compared to Principal Component Analysis (PCA) with same Mean Square Error (MSE). © 2011 Springer-Verlag.
Prasad B.E.,Bangalore University |
Kamath P.V.,Bangalore University |
Ranganath S.,University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering
Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry | Year: 2012
Cathodic reduction of zinc nitrate solution results in the deposition of ZnO crystallites with a strong c-axis orientation. The orientation of crystallites can be switched to 10l (l01, 2, 3) direction by varying the bath concentration (0.04-0.1 M) and the deposition conditions (T, 50-70 °C; t, 30-90 min). The range of concentrations yielding c-axis orientation can be widened at a high deposition temperature. At 0.1 M bath concentration and long deposition times, crystallites are oriented along 10l (l03) direction. At low temperature (50 °C), 100 oriented nanostructured ZnO coatings are obtained (crystallite size, 20-35 nm). The c-axis-oriented crystallites grow as hexagonal columns perpendicular to substrate and 10l-oriented crystallites grow tilted at different angles to the substrate surface. © Springer-Verlag 2012.