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Volume-5 Issue-2 Published on December 30, 2015
Volume-5 Issue-2 Published on December 30, 2015

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Ahmed M. Bagabir

Paper Title:

Effects of Rib Configuration on Cooling of Gas-Turbine Blades

Abstract:  This study aims to investigate the effects of rib configuration on cooling gas turbine blades. Three-dimensional ribbed square-channel of gas turbine blades are simulated with the Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes equations. Air flow in periodical transverse and 45o inclined rib arrays, mounted in inline and staggered arrangements on the lower and upper walls of the channel. The governing equations are discretized by the second order upwind differencing scheme, decoupling with the SIMPLE algorithm. The turbulence effect is modeled with the RNG k-ε model. The present numerical results show excellent agreement with published experimental data. The presented results are streamtraces, velocities, local and area-averaged Nusselt numbers over ribbed walls for the Reynolds numbers ranging from 2104 to 4104..

  heat transfer, numerical simulation, ribbed channel, turbine blade.


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3.        Khamaj, J., 2002. An experimental study of heat transfer in the cooling channels of gas turbine rotor blades. PhD Thesis, University Wales, UK.

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9.        Tanda, G., 2011.  Effect of rib spacing on heat transfer and friction in a rectangular channel with 45 angled rib turbulators on one/two walls. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 54, pp. 1081–1090.

10.     Wu, H.-W.,  and Lau, C.-T., 2005. Unsteady turbulent heat transfer of mixed convection in a reciprocating circular ribbed channel. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 48, pp. 2708–2721.

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12.     Chang, S.W. and Gao, J.Y. 2014. Heat transfer enhancement by skewed wavy sidewall for two-pass ribbed channels with different aspect ratios. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 73, pp. 217–230.

13.     Lawson, S.A., Thrift, A.A., Thole, K.A. and Kohli, A., 2011. Heat transfer from multiple row arrays of low aspect ratio pin fins. Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, Vol. 54, pp. 4099–4109.

14.     Promvonge, P., Chompookham, T., Kwankaomeng, S., and Hianpong C., 2010. Enhanced heat transfer in a triangular ribbed channel with longitudinal vortex generators. Energy Conversion and Management, Vol. 51, pp. 1242–1249.

15.     Moon, M-A, Park, M-J, and Kim, K-Y, 2014. Evaluation of heat transfer performances of various rib shapes. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 71, pp. 275–284.

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Sreejith K.M., K. Suresh, K. Rajeev

Paper Title:

Color Segmentation Based Resolution Enhancement of Depth Image and Stereoscopic Image Synthesis

Abstract: In this paper a color segmentation based resolution enhancement of depth image is proposed. The resolution enhancement technique is combined with depth image based rendering (DIBR) method to generate stereo images. The major problem in transmission of stereo images is bandwidth. By using DIBR the transmission efficiency can be increased. Also if we are using low resolution depth map for transmission, the bandwidth for transmission can be further reduced. A color segmentation based interpolation procedure is used to enhance the resolution of the depth map. This depth resolution enhancement method sharpens depth image using the color information from the high resolution color image. From this resolution enhanced depth image the stereoscopic images are synthesized using DIBR method. For more textured region, we are using an edge-guided image interpolation algorithm to enhance the performance of the color segmentation based interpolation algorithm.

  DIBR, depth image, enhanced depth map, color segmentation


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4.        C. Fehn, “Depth-image-based rendering (DIBR), compression, and transmission for a new approach on 3D-TV,” in Proceedings of SPIE, 2004, vol. 5291, p. 93.

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9.        L. Zhang and W.J.Tam, “Stereoscopic image generation based on depth images for 3D TV,” IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting, vol. 51, no. 2, pp. 191–199, 2005.

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Hariharan.S, Parvathy.B.H, Aruna.N.S

Paper Title:

A Pictorial Review and an Algorithm for the Determination of Sickle Cell Anemia

Abstract:  Sickle cell anemia (SCA) is a heritable blood disorder which is caused by lack of red blood cells in the blood. In sickle cell anemia, red blood cell shape is changed to sickle shape or half-moon shape, which blocks the flow of blood in small blood vessels in the body. In this disease the characteristics of red blood cell will change and they become sticky and bind together. In some cases it elongates and becomes elliptical in shape. In this paper a brief pictorial review of sickle cell anemia is presented to attract the attention among researchers to work with a common goal for the elimination of this disease from this world. We have collected few SCA affected blood images and an effort is made for the analysis of these images. An algorithm is proposed to detect the presence of SCA.

Computer processing of Red blood corpuscles, Image processing of blood cells, Cell image analysis, Sickle cell anemia.


1.        Shashi Bala, Amit Doegar, “Automatic detection of  sickle cell in red blood cell using watershed segmentation” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, Vol-4, Issue-6, June 2015, pp488-491.
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3.        Kriti Bhowmik, Pranatic Rakshit, “Detection of abnormal findings in human RBC in diagnosing sickle cell anemia using image processing”, International Conference on  Computational Intelligence: Modelling technique and Application, 2013, pp28-36.

4.        Athira sreekumar, Ashok  Bhattachariya, “Identification of Sickle Cells from  Microscopic Blood Smear Image using Image Processing” International Journal of  Emerging Trends in Science and Technology, Vol-1, July 2014,pp783-787.

5.        Pranati Rakshit, Kriti Bhowmik,”   Detection of abnormal findings in human RBC in diagnosing G’6PD deficiency huemolxtic anemia using image processing”  IEEE 1st International Conf. on Condition AssessmentTechniques in Electrical systems, CATCON 2013, pp  297- 302.

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Abdulnaser M. Alshoaibi

Paper Title:

Adaptive Finite Element Simulation of Fatigue Crack Propagation

Abstract: An adaptive finite element interactive program has been developed for fatigue crack propagation simulation under constant amplitude loading condition. The purpose of this model is on the determination of 2D crack paths and surfaces as well as on the evaluation of components Lifetimes as a part of the damage tolerant assessment. As part of a linear elastic fracture mechanics analysis, the determination of the stress intensity factor distribution is a crucial point. The fatigue crack direction and the corresponding stress-intensity factors are estimated at each small crack increment by employing the J-integral technique.  The propagation is modeled by successive linear extensions, which are determined by the stress intensity factors under linear elastic fracture mechanics assumption. The stress intensity factors range history has to be recorded along the small crack increments. Upon completion of the stress intensity factors range history recording, fatigue crack propagation life of the examined specimen is predicted. Verification of the predicted fatigue life is validated with relevant experimental data and numerical results obtained by other researchers. The comparisons show that this model is capable of demonstrating the fatigue life prediction results as well as the fatigue crack path satisfactorily.

  Finite element, Fatigue, Crack growth, Stress intensity factor, Adaptive mesh


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Yamuna K. Moorthy, Sakuntala S. Pillai

Paper Title:

Performance Analysis of Cooperative Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radios in Nakagami-m Fading Channels

Abstract: This paper studies and presents the effect of different hard fusion schemes applied to a cooperative cognitive radio system. The fading channel considered is the Nakagami-m channel. The hard fusion rules are the OR rule, AND rule and the majority fusion rule. Receiver Operating Characteristic (ROC) curves for cooperative sensing using the abovementioned fusion rules are plotted. The simulation results show that the OR fusion scheme gives superior performance compared to other fusion schemes. The paper also studies the effect of different number of co-operating users.

  spectrum sensing, data fusion, cooperative sensing


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J. Thirumaran    , Nethra

Paper Title:

Role of Digital Marketing in Innovative Business Practices

Abstract: Digital marketing is an umbrella term for the targeted, measurable, and interactive marketing of products or services using digital technologies to reach and convert leads into customers. The key objective is to promote brands, build preference and increase sales through various digital marketing techniques. It is embodied by an extensive selection of service, product and brand marketing tactics, which mainly use the Internet as a core promotional medium, in addition to mobile and traditional TV and radio.

 Digital marketing, Mobile marketing, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn


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Shazeeda, Monika Sharma D

Paper Title:

Design and Implementation of an N bit Vedic Multiplier using DCT

Abstract:  One of the basic and fundamental functions in arithmetic operation is multiplication. Many of the application such as convolution and Fourier transform in digital signal processing, in microprocessors multiplication is very frequently used operation. In this paper we propose a fast multiplication method based on ancient Indian Vedic mathematics. The Vedic mathematics demonstrate the unified structure of mathematics by the 16 formulas. The generalized multiplication formula which is applicable in all cases is called Urdhava Triyakbhyam. In this paper we designed a Vedic multiplier in VHDL (Very High Speed Integrated circuit Hardware Description Language) and synthesis is done in Xilinx ISE series. The combinational delay of this multiplier is estimated and compared with that of Wallace tree multiplier. The results showed a significant improvement in the propagation delay. The  Vedic multiplier showed a propagation delay of 10.295 ns and 25.236 ns for 4 and 8 bit multiplication, respectively.a

Vedic multiplier, Wallace tree multiplier, Urdhva Tiryakbhyam, Discrete cosine transform.  


1.        Ancient Indian Vedic Mathematics based 32-Bit Multiplier Design for High Speed and Low Power Processors, Nishant G. Deshpande, RashmiMahajan, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 95– No.24, June 2014.
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Moayyad M. Al-Nasra

Paper Title:

The Use of Recycled Steel Bars as Shear Reinforcement Swimmer Bars in Reinforced Concrete Beams

Abstract: The discarded steel reinforcement bars can be either sent to steel plant to be melted and reproduced, or reused as steel reinforcement again. The main sources of the recycled steel bars are the demolished structures, damaged bars or collapsed structures. There is little evidence to trust the use of the recycled steel bars as a replacement of new steel bars. Engineers often question the safety of the structures built with recycled steel bars. In order to address the concern of the engineers, the recycled bars must be evaluated and categorized and eventually given an equivalent new bar label. Additional factor of safety could be used for uncertainty. In this study the recycled steel bars are used as spliced swimmer bars for shear reinforcement in reinforced concrete beams. The used bars in this study are classified as class-A recycled bars. There are several alternatives to the traditional stirrups in reinforced concrete beams. This study focuses on providing other options other than the stirrups. Due to the unsafe mode of shear failure in reinforced concrete beams, designers may find themselves reluctant to use higher factor of safety. Shear failure in reinforced concrete beams is one of the most undesirable modes of failure due to its rapid progression. This sudden type of failure made it necessary to explore more effective ways to design these beams for shear. The cost and safety of shear reinforcement in reinforced concrete beams led to the study of other alternatives. In this study two different types of shear reinforcements are used to study the effect of each type of shear reinforcement on the shear performance of reinforced concrete beams. The first type is reinforced by traditional stirrups, while the other type is reinforced by spliced swimmer bars. Two beams were prepared with spliced swimmer bars; the first is made from recycled steel bars, and the other is made from brand new bars. The beam made from recycled spliced swimmers is compared with the other two beams. Beam shear strength as well as beam deflection are the main two parameters considered in this study. The swimmer bar system is a new type of shear reinforcement. Splicing swimmer bars concept is a solution to the welding problem associated with old types of swimmer bars. Special shapes of swimmer bars are used for in this study such that the swimmer bars are spliced with the longitudinal flexural bars. Regardless of the number of swimmer bars used in each inclined plane, the swimmer bars form plane-crack interceptor system instead of bar-crack interceptor system when stirrups are used. The results of the three tested beams will be presented and discussed in this study. Also the deflection of the beams due to the gradual applied load is monitored and discussed. Cracks will be monitored and recorded during the beam test as the applied load increases.

  Deflection, Shear, Stirrup, swimmer bars


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3.        Moayyad Al-Nasra, Naeim Asha, “ Investigating the Use of Spliced Swimmer Bars as Shear Reinforcement in Reinforced Concrete Beams”, ,”  International Organization of Scientific Research, Journal of Engineering (IOSRJEN), Vol. 05 , Issue 02 , Version 02, ISSN Print: 2278-8719, ISSN Online: 2250-3021, DOI:- 05224754, ANED: 0.4/3021-05224754, ESCI-MML 3021-0502-4754,, Pages 47-54, February 2015.

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6.        Noor  Hamid (2005). The Use of Horizontal and Inclined Bars as Shear  Reinforcement , Master Thesis, University of Technology , Malaysia,

7.        ACI 318-11, 2011.  Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete Commentary.

8.        Edward G.Nawy, 2009. Reinforced Concrete: A Fundamental Approach,   Prentice Hall International,  US, PP 120-315,  ISBN 0132417030, 9780132417037





Muthana Najim Abdulleh

Paper Title:

A Review of Network Virtualization (NV): A Brief Description of the Requirements, Objectives and Technology of Network Virtualization

Abstract:  In the past few years, network virtualization (NV) has been growing steadily among other network communities. NV offers an alternative advancement of the future internet by utilizing protocols and architectures through shared physical infrastructure and control architectures in the network. The frequent usage of NV demands new requirements that focus on the control and management of the given network. The existing process that combines software network resources and network functionality and hardware has even made NV more important in the network field (e.g., virtual networks have become important resources in information technology). Virtual network has taken the importance of NV from the original hardware while server virtualization supersedes virtual machines from the original server hardware. Therefore, the aim of the current paper is to provide a review of related studies on virtualization and NV concepts as well as aims or objectives and the requirements of such NV. It provides a brief description of technology and outlines its current and future applications. Finally, the study discusses the difficulties in implementing this technology.

   Network Virtualization, virtualization, Software-Defined Networks, Virtual Private Network


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17.        Yang Yang, Xiang Long, Xiaoqiang Dou, Chengjian Wen,  “Impacts of Virtualization Technologies on Hadoop “,Third International Conference on Intelligent System Design and Engineering Applications, 2013.

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22.        Muntasir Raihan Rahman and Raouf Boutaba, “SVNE: Survivable Virtual Network Embedding Algorithms for Network Virtualization  “ ,  IEEE transactions on network and service management, vol. 10, no. 2, June 2013. 

23.        Masaki Fukushima, Kohei Sugiyama, Teruyuki Hasegawa, Toru Hasegawa ,“Minimum Disclosure Routing for Network Virtualization and Its Experimental Evaluation” , article,  IEEE, 2013.

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Ilhem Hawachi, Habib Sammouda

Paper Title:

Modeling of Mechanical Behavior of Concretes with Organic Matrices

Abstract:  work is devoted to the study mechanical characteristics of polymer concrete. In order to improve the resistance of concretes in environmental attacks under mechanical pressures, the cement matrix can be replaced by an organic one. The addition of fibers allows moreover obtaining a better strength of these materials. We here simulate the mechanical behavior of this composite. These mechanical properties of composite material depend on the manufacturing processes employed in the present paper we will study the manufacturing processes by LRI resin infusion (Liquid Resin Infusion). The infusion process has been developed to be a cost-effective technique for the fabrication of large and complex composite structures, a strong coupling between resin flow and reinforcement deformation takes place in infusion processes. A model which describes the mechanical interaction between the deformations of the porous medium and the resin flow during infusion has been developed. The model developed is based on an ALE formulation of the liquid flow across the deformable porous medium

  Liquid Resin Infusion (LRI), Numerical model, Polymer concrete, Saturation


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Geeta, Puja Kumari Singh

Paper Title:

Electromagnetic Frequency Induced Stress Responses in Vernonia Cinerea

Abstract:  The Electromagnetic frequency (EMF) pollution around the living world has gripped it to such an extreme that it has potentially become unavoidable to live without it. As the development of mankind has become a slave of technology, it has to bear the brunt also. The stress created by the exposure of electromagnetic pollution on plants is a completely novice field. The stress expression in plants may be displayed by their developmental and biochemical responses. Since chlorophyll is one of the strong antioxidants   known, variation in its amount has been taken up as an established symptom of oxidative stress. The initiation of stress responses on Vernonia cinerea at different distances from cell towers having ascending number of antennae has been evaluated and found to be positively correlated with the cumulative intensities of Electromagnetic frequencies. In all the cases perceived it was decreasing significantly with increasing distances.                                            

   antioxidants, antennae, chlorophyll, EMF, Pollution.


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D. Mondal, R. Bera, P. Dey, S. Hazra, M. Mitra

Paper Title:

Digital Beam Forming Vehicular Radar at 77 GHz

Abstract: In this paper Authors are trying to develop Digital Beam Forming Vehicular Radar at 77 GHz. At the transmitter side antenna beam pattern is digitally controlled by the DBS Transmitter having DBF planar structure 4X4 elemental patch antenna and at the receiver end receiving antenna beam pattern is digitally controlled by DBS Receiver having identical 4X4 elemental antennas. From this model we are able to measure the target motion and accurate ranging in presence of hostile environment successfully. The performance of this innovative model in range and velocity resolution are better with respect to other conventional Radar system.

DBF (Digital Beam Forming), CSWAP (Cost Size Weight And Power), CALM (Continuous Air interface for Long and Medium distance), DS-SS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum), RCS (Radar Cross Section)


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S. Santhosh Kumar, Monisha Menon A

Paper Title:

NEC2 Based Optimum Design of Circularly Polarized Axial Mode Helical Antenna with Non-linear Pitch Profile Modeled using Catmull–Rom Spline and Particle Swarm Optimization

Abstract: This paper presents a novel method for design of circularly polarized axial mode helical antenna with maximum directive gain. In this work helical antenna is modeled by eight parameters - helix radius (a), number of turns (N) and nonlinear pitch profile represented by a Catmull-Rom spline curve. This spline curve consists of six pitch angles, α1, α2, α3, α4, α5 and α6 at six equidistant points along the axial length of the helix. For a given number of turns optimum value of radius and pitch profile is determined for maximizing the gain subject to unity axial ratio. The gain and axial ratio are determined using NEC2 (Numerical Electromagnetics Code) simulation and optimization is performed using Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO). The original NEC2++ source code has been modified to incorporate Catmull-Rom spline modeling and PSO to suite the requirement of this work. Simulated and experimental results show that there is significant   improvement in gain characteristics compared to design based on Kraus method which uses constant pitch profile. 

Keywords: Helical Antenna, Axial mode, Catmull-Rom spline, Method of Moments, Particle Swarm Optimization, NEC2.


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Wilander Testone Pereira da Silva andJoão Viana da Fonseca Neto

Paper Title:

On the LMS Algorithm Performance for Interference Elimination in Smart Antennas Array

Abstract: Theefficient use of limited radio frequency spectrum is possible due tothe s¬mart antenna arrays.These antennas arrays incorporateadaptive algorithms, such as: Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm, whichfinds the spatial temporal filtergains or weights according to the signal environment behavior. In terms of the mean error and mean squared error convergences of the LMS algorithm, the performance evaluationofthealgorithm is oriented by its convergence properties and the improvements in  the mobile communication systems.In this paper is presented the LMS algorithm to solve  the beamforming problem and antenna array concepts, as well as, it is presented general performance  analysis,in terms of the LMSbeamformer to eliminate interference in  antennas array.The potentialities of adaptive design are verified in modelsof smart linear antenna arrays. These antenna arrays   models are connected to the beamformer model. The integration of these models allows todesign the adaptive beamformer. The results obtained from simulations of themodels showsthat the LMS algorithm is a good alternative for smart antenna design in mobile communication environment, due to the directivity improvement promoted in the antenna array.                                         

Smart Antenna Array, Adaptive Filter, LMS Algorithm, Algorithm Convergence,  Beamforming, InterferenceElimination, Mobile Communication, Wireless communications.


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Sheetal Shelke, Mangal Patil, J. S. Chitode

Paper Title:

DWT-FFT Based Audio Watermarking Algorithm for Copyright Protection

Abstract:  In this proposed method a new technique is introduced to secure audio communication. Discrete Wavelet Transforms (DWT) and Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) are used in this proposed method. Separation of high frequency component and low frequency component from original audio signal is performed by applying DWT. High frequency component is then passed through Fourier Transform (FFT). Digital watermark is generated using PN sequence. The digital watermark is embedded in low amplitude high frequency region of magnitude spectrum of FFT. DWT-FFT based proposed algorithm can be used for Copyright protection of audio signals. Proposed algorithm is evaluated using SNR and NC parameters with various attacks including volume scaling, low pass filter, resampling, requantization, MP3 compression, Echo addition, time stretching and additive noise.

  Audio watermarking, Discrete Wavelet Transforms, Fast Fourier Transform


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K. Rani Hepsiba, S. M. Shariff, P. Saileshbabua

Paper Title:

Analysis of UPQC under Unbalanced and Distorted Load Conditions using Synchronous-Reference-Frame Method

Abstract: This paper presents a new synchronous reference-frame (SRF)-based control method to compensate power-quality (PQ) problems through a three-phase four-wire unified PQ conditioner (UPQC) under unbalanced and distorted load conditions. The proposed UPQC system can improve the power quality at the point of common coupling on power distribution systems under unbalanced and distorted load conditions. The simulation results based on Matlab/Simulink are discussed in detail to support the SRF-based control method presented in this paper.

Active power filter (APF), harmonics, phase-locked loop (PLL), power quality (PQ), synchronous reference frame (SRF), unified power-quality (PQ) conditioner (UPQC).


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M. A. Kounain, F. Al-Sulaiman, Z. Khan

Paper Title:

Low Velocity Impact and Post Impact Tensile Properties of Plain Weave Woven GFRP Composite Laminates

Abstract:  Instrumented drop weight impact tests at different impact energies were performed to investigate the effect of ply stacking sequence and thickness in plain weave glass fiber reinforced composite laminates with 0º and 0/90º ply orientations. Post impact tensile tests were performed to predict the residual strength of the material. It was found that the stacking sequence did not significantly affect the impact behavior of the composite laminates. The peak load increased with increase in the number of plies. Residual tensile strength, strain at failure and elastic modulus of the laminates decreased with the increase in the impact energy due to increase in the impact damage area.

  GFRP laminates, Low velocity impact, post impact tensile properties


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Abdisalam Issa-Salwe

Paper Title:

A Comparison of Information Systems Programmes Taught to Undergraduates at Saudi Arabian Colleges

Abstract: This paper presents a comparison of information systems (IS) programmes taught to undergraduates at 20 Saudi Arabian colleges. The colleges were divided into two groups: one group of 10 colleges and programmes focused on management information systems (MIS) and another group of 10 colleges and programmes on computerized information systems (CIS). Despite a shared core focus on IS, the two programme types differ in terms of where they are taught (at either business or science colleges) and the types of courses they offer. Regardless of type, all programmes tend to be internationally accredited. Programmes of the first type seek accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), whereas programmes of the second type seek accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).

Information Systems (IS), Curriculum Comparison, ABET, AACSB, Accreditation, IS Environment, IS Specialisation.


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Nikita Ingle

Paper Title:

Triplen Harmonics in Electrical Distribution Systems

Abstract:  In an AC circuit, a resistance behaves in exactly the same way as it does in a DC circuit. That is, the current flowing through the resistance is proportional to the voltage across it. This is because a resistor is a linear device and if the voltage applied to it is a sine wave, the current flowing through it is also a sine wave. But most electronic power supply switching circuits such as rectifiers, silicon controlled rectifier (SCR’s), power transistors, power converters and other such solid state switches which cut and chop the power supplies sinusoidal waveform to control motor power, or to convert the sinusoidal AC supply to DC. Theses switching circuits tend to draw current only at the peak values of the AC supply and since the switching current waveform is non-sinusoidal the resulting load current is said to contain Harmonics. we can say that “harmonics” are multiples of the fundamental frequency and can therefore be expressed as: 2ƒ, 3ƒ, 4ƒ, etc. Positive sequence harmonics (4th, 7th, 10th, …) causes overheating of transformer ,conductor power lines whereas negative sequence harmonics ( 2nd, 5th, 8th, …) circulates between phases producing additional problems in motor as opposite phasor rotation weakens rotating magnetic field required by  the motor. There is another harmonics set called triplen means odd multiple of third harmonics ( 3rd, 6th, 9th, …), etc zero rotational sequence hence therefore zero sequence harmonics circulates between phase and neutral or ground.

  AC circuit, DC circuit, (SCR’s), AC supply to DC, “harmonics”, as: 2ƒ, 3ƒ, 4ƒ, ( 2nd, 5th, 8th, …),( 3rd, 6th, 9th, …)


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T. Amaranatha Reddy, K. Krishna Reddy

Paper Title:

Direct Aerosol Radiative Forcing Over Three Different Environments

Abstract: In the present report, we have utilised the inversion products of AERONET to study the aerosol optical properties and to estimate their direct adiative forcings over three different environments (Re Union, Nainital and Pune). Derived aerosol optical properties over all stations showed significant temporal (seasonal) and spatial variation. These properties have been used in SBDART model for the assesment of direct aerosol radiative forcing. The estimated averaged radiative forcings at top of the atmosphere are -2 ± 1, -7 ± 4 and -8 ± 2 Wm-2, and the surface aerosol radiative forcings are -6 ± 3, -18 ±14 and -36 ± 8 Wm-2 over Re Union, Nainital and Pune respectively. Subsequntly the atmospheric forcings are 3 ± 2, 11 ± 11 and 28 ± 7 Wm-2 over Re Union, Nainital and Pune respectively. Moreover, we found that higher the aerosol loading or aerosol optical depth the more aerosol radiative forcing. The estimated atmospheric aerosol radiative forcing will heats the lower atmosphere and leads modification of the thermal structure of the atmosphere. Hence, our study emphasized the importance of optical properties of aerosols in the estimation of direct aerosol radiative forcing.

   optical properties of aerosols; radiative transfer.


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M.Y. Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi

Paper Title:

Forecasting the Economic Impact of Fuel Cells

Abstract: Fuel cells are promising energy carrier whose adoption would signify a radical change in which energy is produced, distributed and consumed. Growing attention is being devoted to this energy cycle in order to explore the possibilities offered to alleviate the susceptibilities and weaknesses of the present schemes. Hydrogen does not normally exist naturally in the world, but it can be used as an energy course to extract or store energy from relic fuels or intermittent renewable energy sources (RES) and then change it into electrical power and heat using fuel cells or combustion engines. It is therefore expected to play a key role in integrating future energy systems, bridging the transition from a largely fossil-based to a more RES-based European energy economy - with the advantages of diversified sources and sustainability. Used in conjunction with fuel cells for stationary, mobile, small portable or micro-power applications, hydrogen opens the real prospect of a paradigm shift in the provision of heat and power to the transport, residential and commercial sectors.

    Social impact, economic analysis, solid oxide fuel cell, clean energy


1.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2015). Effects of micro and macro scale Viscous Dissipations with Heat Generation and Local Thermal Non-Equilibrium on Thermal Developing Forced Convection in saturated porous media, Journal of Porous Media, 18(9), 843-860.   
2.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2015). Joule Heating in Low-Voltage Electroosmotic with Electrolyte containing nano-bubble mixtures through Microchannel Rectangular Orifice, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 102, 407-415.

3.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Ghasemi, M., & Hamedi, M.H.  (2012). Two-dimensional simulation of thermal loading with horizontal heat sources, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 226, 1302-1308.

4.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Park, J.H., & Lee, C.Y. (2015). Optimal Design of MHD Mixed Convection Flow in a Vertical Channel with Slip Boundary Conditions and Thermal Radiation Effects by using Entropy Generation Minimization Method, entropy, 17(2), 866-881.

5.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., & Park, J.H., (2014). Effects of Brownian motion on Freezing of PCM Containing Nanoparticles, Thermal Science, OnLine-First Issue, 00 94-94.

6.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Park, J.H., & Lee, C.Y. (2014). Thermal Radiation effects on the Onset of Unsteadiness of Fluid Flow in Vertical Microchannel Filled with Highly Absorbing Medium, Thermal Science, OnLine-First Issue 00, 124-124.

7.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Ghasemi M., & Hamedi M.H. (2013). Numerical Investigation of Thermal Radiation Effects on Open Cavity with Discrete Heat Sources, International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow, 23(4), 649-661.

8.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2013).  Electrochemical and exergetic modeling of a CHP system using tubular solid oxide fuel cell and mini gas turbine , Journal of Fuel Cell Science Technology, 10(5), 051007.

9.        Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2016). Optimal Design of Cylindrical PBX by Entransy Dissipation Extremum Principle, International Journal of Energetic Materials and Chemical Propulsion, accepted for publication, 15.

10.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2016). Thermal Radiation Effects on Creep Behavior of the Turbine Blade, Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures, minor revision.

11.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Park, J.H., Rashidi, M.M., & Chen J.M. (2015). Effects of Thermal Boundary Conditions on the Joule Heating of Electrolyte in a Microchannel, Journal of Hydrodynamics, Ser. B, accepted for publication.

12.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., (2015). Entropy generation in boundary layer flow of a micro polar fluid over a stretching sheet embedded in a highly absorbing medium, Frontiers in Heat and Mass Transfer, 6(1), 1-13.

13.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2014). The frequency response of a cavitating hydrofoil, Noise and Vibration Worldwide, 45(8), 21-27.

14.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2014). Analytical study of Magnetohydrodynamic propulsion stability, Journal of Marine Science and Application, 13(3), 281-290.

15.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2014). Experimental investigation of thermal loading of a horizontal thin plate using infrared camera, Journal of King Saud University – Engineering Sciences, 26(2), 159-167.

16.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Park, J.H., & Lee, C.Y. (2014). Economic and environmental modeling of a micro gas turbine and solid oxide fuel cell hybrid combined heat and power system, International Journal of Applied Environmental Sciences, 9(4), 1769-1781.

17.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2014). Simulation of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of a solid oxide fuel cell anodes, World Applied Sciences Journal, 32(4), 667-671.

18.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., & Park, J.H. (2014). Investigation of property variations on freezing of pcm containing nanoparticles, World Applied Sciences Journal, 32(4) 672-677.

19.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2014). Economic and environmental modeling of a MGT-SOFC hybrid combined heat and power system for ship applications, Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research, 22(4), 561-574.

20.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2015). MD simulation of Brownian motion on trapping of Buckminsterfullerene in nano-Optical tweezers, International Journal of Optics and Applications, 5(5), 161-167.

21.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2015). Numerical investigation of thermal radiation effects on electrochemical impedance spectroscopy of a solid oxide fuel cell anodes, Materials  Performance and Characterization, DOI: 10.1520/MPC20140062.

22.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2015). Effect of fuel inject angle on the thermal behavior of a 2D axisymmetric non-premixed methane–air flame in vertical cylinder filled by porous media, International Journal of Energy Engineering, 5,1, 1-8. 

23.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., & Park, J.H.  (2014). Thermal radiation, joule heating, and viscous dissipation effects on mhd forced convection flow with uniform surface temperature, Open Journal of Fluid Dynamics, 4(2), 125-132.

24.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y. (2014). Effect of fuel inject angle on non-premixed combustion of air/methane mixtures in vertical cylinder, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 1(5), 1-4.

25.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., & Park, J.H. (2014). Electro-Magnetic Ship Propulsion Stability under Gusts, International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research Sciences, 1, 421-427. 

26.     Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., Hooshmand, P., Khezri, B., & Radmanesh, A. (2014).  Investigation of using different fluids for using in gas turbine- Rankine cycle, Indian journal of Scientific Research, 2, 74-81.

27.     Bita, S., Abdollahzadeh Jamalabadi, M.Y., & Mesbah, M. (2015). Toxicity study of silver nanoparticles synthesized using seaweed Sargassum angustifolium in common carp, Cyprinus carpio, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, accepted for publication.

28.     Dadgostari, F., Hosseininia, M. (2012). Phasing of Traffic Lights in Urban Intersections. Graph Theory for Operations Research and Management: Applications in Industrial Engineering: Applications in Industrial Engineering, 257.

29.     Dousti, S., Cao, J., Younan, A., Allaire, P., & Dimond, T., (2012). Temporal and Convective Inertia Effects in Plain Journal Bearings With Eccentricity, Velocity and Acceleration, Journal of tribology, 134(3), 031704,8.

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31.     Dousti, S., Kaplan, J.A., He, F., & Allaire, P.E., (2013).Elastomer O-Rings as Centering Spring in Squeeze Film Dampers: Application to Turbochargers, ASME Turbo Expo 2013: Turbine Technical Conference and Exposition.




Th. Kiranbala Devi, S. Elizabeth

Paper Title:

Seismic Protection of Non-Engineered Building in North East India

Abstract:  Northeast India is regarded as one of the most seismically six  active regions worldwide. Moreover, rapid urbanization in the region have provided a higher level of man-made constructions deviating from the typical traditional houses to multistoried structures but most of these structures are non engineered construction. Even though engineered, more emphasis is given to architectural concept than the structural design, which is indeed very important.  So the implementation of earthquake resistant building design and construction code at the local level has been more of an exception than the rule, thereby implicating increased vulnerability to earthquake disasters. That’s why there is a need for the construction of a simple construction practices for use by the community. This paper deals with the different types of non engineering building construction that are practiced in Northeast India and the ways for strengthening these building to make them a low cost earthquake resistant building.

Community, Construction code, Disaster resistant, Non- engineered building, Strengthening technique.


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Atul Sharma, R.K. Agarwal

Paper Title:

Simulation of Rectangular Duct for Performance Analysis of   Trapezoidal Transverse Rib of Different Top Faced Tapered Angle

Abstract: In this paper Authors are trying to develop Digital Beam Forming Vehicular Radar at 77 GHz. At the transmitter side antenna beam pattern is digitally controlled by the DBS Transmitter having DBF planar structure 4X4 elemental patch antenna and at the receiver end receiving antenna beam pattern is digitally controlled by DBS Receiver having identical 4X4 elemental antennas. From this model we are able to measure the target motion and accurate ranging in presence of hostile environment successfully. The performance of this innovative model in range and velocity resolution are better with respect to other conventional Radar system.

   DBF (Digital Beam Forming), CSWAP (Cost Size Weight And Power), CALM (Continuous Air interface for Long and Medium distance), DS-SS (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum), RCS (Radar Cross Section)


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Wiwik Sudarwati, Meri Prasetyawati, Anwar Ilmar Ramadhan

Paper Title:

Creative Industry Development Model Starter In Efforts To Improve Competitiveness

Abstract:  In order to support the presidential instruction No. 6 of 2009 on the development of the creative economy in 2009-2015, the city government to make-culture and technology as a basis for the development of creative economy. Jakarta, especially in districts kemayoran creative industries are not developed, could be called as a beginner. In an effort to support the president's instructions and help the city government to achieve its goals it is Necessary for the development of creative industries beginners so that the creative industry has a competitive edge. A method to be used in achieving the objectives of this research is to use the SWOT analysis and the strategy canvas. Where the steps in this SWOT analysis is to provide questionnaires to the Creative Industries Beginners. The contents of this questionnaire include Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats faced by the manager of the IKP over the years. Then the Data Obtained from the questionnaires was processed in the Matrix of Internal and External. Based matrix and SWOT matrix is made known to the quadrant position in order to obtain creative industries development strategy beginners. These strategies in the 9 blocks describe the strategy canvas. Created 4 step frameworks that are to Eliminate, increase of, Decrease and create to create new innovations. The results Obtained from this study is the strategy of diversification combined with a strategy canvas and blue ocean strategy in order to obtain results that IKP need to add new partners and optimize the old partners, need to create a new product innovations include service courses of make souvenirs, improve customer relationships, and reach by making the website.

  Creative Industries Starter, Development, SWOT, Strategy Canvas, Blue Ocean Strategy


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