International Conference on Innovation & Research in Engineering, Science & Technology (ICIREST-19)

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Solar-Powered Bird Scarer
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr. Daresh Jadhav
Page No. :: 01-03

Presented here is a solution scare off birds from your farm house, fruit garden or warehouses. Usually birds dislike a sound around 200HZ and will avoid that environment. Circuit take advantages of this fact and generate sound vibrations at a 211.5HZ. It is fully powered by a solar panel and there is no need of battery or AC source. So total renewable energy source is required and its beneficial for farmers also.

Keywords –Bird Scarer, Solar.

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[3]. Vikrant Rajesh Suryawanshi-"Design, Manufacture and Test of a Solar Powered Audible Bird Scarer and Study of Sound Ranges Used in it"International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN (Online): 2319-7064 Index Copernicus Value (2013): 6.14 | Impact Factor (2014): 5.611 Volume 4 Issue 10, October 2015
[4]. © NXP B.V.(Founded by Philips) "ICM7555 General purpose CMOS timer" Date of release: 3 August 2009 Document identifier: ICM7555_2
[5]. Timothy Lewis Clarke "An Autonomous Bird Deterrent System" Course ENG4111 and 4112 Research Project Submitted: October, 2004 at University of Southern Queensland Faculty of Engineering and Surveying

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Simulation Of Structural Vibration Control System ZUsing Semi Actively Controlled Mr Dampers
Country :: India
Authors :: Dr..Ganesh Awchat || Mr. RahulS || Arghode
Page No. :: 04-08

Semi-dynamic control of structures and structures with magneto rheological (MR) dampers for tremor danger moderation speaks to a generally new research region. In this paper, the Bingham show of MR damper is presented, and the equation relating the yielding shear stretch and the control current of MR dampers is advanced that coordinates the test information. At that point an on-line ongoing control technique for semidynamic control of structures with MR dampers is proposed. This technique considers the time-defer issue of semi-dynamic control, which can tackle bending of the reactions of structures. At last, through a numerical case of a three-story strengthened solid structure, a correlation is made between controlled structure and uncontrolled structure.......

Keywords: MR Dampers, Elastoplastic

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[4]. Tagami J, Koshida H, Kurino H, Sugiyama T, Suwa M, Mori F. "Forced vibration test of an 11- storey building with semi-active switching oil damper". Proc. of the 3rd World Conf. on StructuralControl, Como, Italy. United Kingdom: Wiley, 2002: vol. 2,75-80
[5]. Yamamoto M, Higashino M, Aizawa S. "Development of semi-active mass damper system using oil damper with solenoid valves". Proc. of the 3rd World Conf. on Structural Control, Como, Italy. United Kingdom: Wiley, 2002: vol. 2,343-48

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Demand Response Management for Residential Smart Grid
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms Tejasvini Shekhar Deokate || Mrs. Pragati N. Korde
Page No. :: 09-13

In the past, energy was relatively inexpensive. Efforts to control the efficient use of electrical energy are less important, and in many cases were limited to initial architectural and design considerations. Costeffective and widely available energy brought unprecedented economic growth, but costs and risks are rising: fossil fuel costs, environmental costs and overseas delivery risk. Smart grids are more efficient and reliable than today's grids and are expected to reduce the economic and environmental problems of traditional fossil fuel power generation. The two basic functions of a smart grid are efficient demand response management and flexible use of renewable energy. Real-time control of electricity prices has proven to be effective for providing efficient demand management. Demand response is an important element of DSM...........

Keywords: Smart grid, peak load reduction, customer engagement plan, demand response, energy management service (EMS), implementation.

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[3]. Li Ping Qian et al., "Demand Response Management via Real-time Electricity Price Control in Smart Grids," IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, Volume: 31 , Issue: 7 , July 2013.
[4]. John S. Vardakas, "A Survey on Demand Response Programs in Smart Grids: Pricing Methods and Optimization Algorithms," IEEE COMMUNICATIONS SURVEYS AND TUTORIALS, Volume: 17, Issue: 1 , First quarter 2015.
[5]. Strueker, Jens and Dinther, Clemens, "Demand Response in Smart Grids: Research Opportunities for the IS Discipline," (2012).AMCIS 2012 Proceedings. 7,

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: An Efficient Task Scheduling for Multicloud Computing
Country :: India
Authors :: Roshni Patil || Anup Gade || Abhay Rewatkar
Page No. :: 14-21

The cloud computing is steadily retrieved by miscellaneous users. On the other hand as the amount over the server increments, in such instance to achieve the operational account time some scheduling algorithm is mandatory. Task scheduling in cloud computing is a best-known problem that has been paid attention. This is again more challenging, especially for multicloud computing environment. This paper present the Shortest Job First algorithm, Round Robin algorithm and First Come First Serve Algorithm for task scheduling in multicloud computing.A good task and resource scheduling mechanism must satisfy the QoS requirement of the user and at the same time make an efficient utilization of resources. This paper present an algorithm which tries to achieve application high availability, and minimum makespan..........

Keyward: Cloud Computing, Shortest job First Scheduling, Round Robin scheduling, MakeSpan Time, Response Time, Completion Time.

[1]. Tamanna Jena, J. R. Mohanty2 920170. GA-Based Customer-Conscious Resource Allocation and Task Scheduling in Multi-cloud Computing. Springer Science & Business Media.
[2]. Anup Gade, Nirupama Bhat, Nita Thakare(2018). Survey on Energy Efficient Cloud: A Novel Approach towards Green Computing. Helix ISSN.
[3]. Nelson Mimura, Gonzalez-Escola Politecnica, Universidade de S ´ ao Paulo (USP), Brazil, Charles Christian MiersSanta Catarina State University (UDESC), Joinville(2016). Multi-Phase Proactive Cloud Scheduling Framework Based on High Level Workflow and Resource Characterization. Brazil, IEEE International Conference.
[4]. Congjie Wang1 Zhihui Lu*1(2017). School of Computer Science, Fudan University1 Shanghai, China. Optimizing Multi-cloud CDN Deployment and Scheduling Strategies Using Big Data Analysis. IEEE International Conference.
[5]. Li Liu, Zhe Qiu(2017). A Load Balancing Algorithm for Vertual Machine Scheduling in Cloud Computing. IEEE International Conference.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Half-Wave Cycloconverter-Based Photovoltaic Microinverter Topology With Phase-Shift Power Modulation
Country :: India
Authors :: Karuna .P. Katre
Page No. :: 22-34

A grid-connected microinverter with a reduced num-ber of power conversion stages and fewer passive components is proposed. A high-frequency transformer and a series-resonant tank are used to interface the full-bridge inverter to the half-wave cycloconverter. All power switches are switched with zero-voltage switching. Phase-shift power modulation is used to control the out-put power of the inverter. A steady-state analysis of the proposed topology is presented to determine the average output power of the inverter. Analysis of soft switching of the full-bridge and the half-wave cycloconverter is presented with respect to voltage gain, quality factor, and phase shift of the inverter. Simulation and ex-perimental results are presented to validate the operation of the proposed topology.

Keywords: Full-bridge inverter, half-wave cycloconverter, microinverter, phase-shift power modulation, series-resonant cir-cuit, zero-voltage switching (ZVS).

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Hardware Implementation for Three Phase Induction Motor for Automatic Fault Detection and Protection
Country :: India
Authors :: Anil Tekale || Nilam Belkar || Sagar Bhapkar || Kiran Masal
Page No. :: 35-38

An induction or asynchronous motor is an AC electric motor in which the electric current in the rotor needed to produce torque is obtained by electromagnetic induction from the magnetic field of the stator winding. Various studies have shown that anywhere from 70%, to as high as 90%, of faults on most overhead lines are transient. Three-phase induction (asynchronous) motors are industrial work-horses, responsible for consumption of 40–50% of generated electrical power. There are different kinds of induction motor faults, broadly classified as rotor and stator faults. The source of such faults could be external and/or internal due to various electrical, environmental, mechanical reasons. A transient fault, such as an insulator flashover, is a fault which is cleared by the immediate tripping of one or more circuit breakers to isolate the fault, and which does not recur when the line is reenergized.............

Keywords: Induction Motor, Permanent and Temporary Faults, PIC Microcontroller, Overvoltage, Short Circuit.

[1]. Muhammad Ali Mazidi, Rolin D. McKinlay, Danny Causey "PIC Microcontroller and Embedded system using Assembly and C for PIC18".
[2]. Anil Tekale, Dinesh Nawani, Nilam Belkar and Vishal Devkar, a Review Paper on Power Quality Issues and Mitigation Strategies. Journal for Advanced Research in Applied Sciences. Volume 4, Issue 4, Sept-2017; Pages: 51-57.
[3]. Microchip "Datasheet of PIC18F452".
[4]. Zoolnasri Bin Abu Harun, University Malaysia Pahang, "Over Current Protection Relay Using PIC Micro Controller", Project report. PP 1-24.
[5]. "Microcontroller based fault detection", International Journal of Advancements in Research & Technology, Volume 1, Issue 5, October-2012 1 ISSN 2278-7763

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Harmonic Modelling of PV System for the Assessment of Impact on Grid
Country :: India
Authors :: Mr.Amardeep S. Potdar || Prof.Pratik Ghutke || Prof.Disha Potdar
Page No. :: 39-44

With the growing awareness in sustainable environment, more electricity customers are becoming energy conscious. This leads to the increase of installation of grid-connected photovoltaic (PV) panels for small scale electricity generation. The nature of intermittent power generated by PV cells and the interconnection between PV panels and the network through DC-AC converter affect the quality of the electrical supply and these issues are as important as the environmental issues. Various studies observing the impact of (increasing) penetration of PV systems at distribution level and the methods to mitigate this impact have been conducted by many parties, including academia, network operators, even PV inverter manufacturers...............

Keywords: PV Grid Integration, Grid Interactive Photovoltaic System, Resonance, Harmonic Domain, Medium-Voltage Distribution Network

[1]. Onyema S. Nduka and Bikash C. Pal, "Harmonic domain modelling of PV system for the assessment of grid integration impact," DOI 10.1109/TSTE.2016.2640658, IEEE Transactions on Sustainable Energy
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[5]. M. Thomson and D. G. Infield, "Impact of widespread photovoltaics generation on distribution systems," IET Renewable Power Generation, vol. 1, no. 1, p. 33, 2007.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Reduction of Supraharmonics using Fuzzy Controller
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Rebekah P. Kumbhe || Prof. Sachin Wadhankar
Page No. :: 45-51

We will study the term discussed in the CIGRE/CIRED/IEEE joined working group C4.24 i.e. Supraharmonics and also about its reduction. The distortions in the current or voltage waveforms in the frequency range 2kHz-150kHz are termed as Supraharmonics. The characterization of Supraharmonics is gaining interest because of its increased occurance in power-line communication. Power Electronics is emerged as a pervasive technology which plays a vital role in almost all areas, but, is also an important factor behind harmonic distortion. Recent studies indicate that future problems to distribution grids may include supraharmonics and hence their mitigation becomes an essential aspect.To reduce these distortions we will design a system in MATLAB using Fuzzy Logic Controller, which will be reducing the Supraharmonic content from the output waveform of a three phase inverter.

Keywords: Supraharmonics, 2kHz-150kHz distortions in power line communications, Fuzzy logic controller.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: A Review on Literature of Fiber Reinforced Concrete with Silica Fumes
Country :: India
Authors :: Sandeep R. Gaikwad || Dr. A. Z. Chitade
Page No. :: 52-61

In recent years, an emerging technology termed, "Fiber-Reinforced Concrete (FRC)" has become popular in the construction industry. The materials used in FRC depend on the desired characteristics and the availability of suitable local economic alternative materials. Concrete is a common building material, generally weak in tension, often ridden with cracks due to plastic and drying shrinkage. The introduction of short discrete fibers into the concrete can be used to counteract and prevent the propagation of cracks. Despite an increase in interest to use FRC in concrete structures, some doubts still remain regarding the effect of fibers on the properties of concrete. This paper presents the most comprehensive review to date on the mechanical, physical, and durability-related features of concrete. Specifically, this literature review aims to provide a comprehensive review of the mechanism of crack formation and propagation............

Keywords- Compressive Strength, Flexural Strength, Aspect Ratio, Steel Fiber, Percent of Fiber Content, Silica Fume, Workability.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Interconnection Of Renewable Energy Sources To Grid System
Country :: India
Authors :: Ashwini Palkar || Sonali Ahiwale || Nikita Shinde || Amol Godase || Shivkumar Londhe
Page No. :: 62-65

Increasing electricity demand reveals the challenges presented by limited resources and environment impacts. As an alternative to the conventional plants, renewable resources such as wind power and PVs account for an increasing percentages of electricity generation in recent years. Although renewable resources have many advantages, their intermittent nature must addressed before large scale application. Unlike wind power, which has higher power output at night and in early morning, solar power only exists during daytime. The hybrid system combines several energy systems together, so it can supply high reliable electricity. Also it increases the reliability and reduces the dependence on one single source. This hybrid solar and wind system is suitable for industries and also domestic areas.............

Keywords- solar energy, wind energy, hybrid power system.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Automated Smart Trolley System Using Raspberry PI Device
Country :: India
Authors :: Priyanka S. Sahare || Anup Gade || Jayant Rohankar
Page No. :: 66-70

Regardless of the nearness of E-business individuals in general purchase numerous items just from markets and shopping centers for the purpose of their own fulfilment. Among the troubles faced by the clients one problem is to pursue line through the billing procedure. In spite of the fact that their goal is simply to get a couple of items, holding on to billed items devours time. According to our review cash and normal time spent on every client is high, particularly in packed grocery stores. The business people are prepared to welcome any machines that mechanize the billing procedure to decrease labour and time spent for that procedure. The principle point is to fulfil the needs of the client and furthermore reduce the time spent on the billing procedure which is to finish the billing process in the trolley instead of waiting in a line for a couple of items.

Keywords- RFID, Smart Shopping, Raspberry-pi, Shopping trolley

[1]. KomalMachike,ManoharGolait, RupaliRathod, "Technology of Smart trolley using RFID and ZIGBEE" ISSN: 2321-8169 Volume: 5 Issue: 2 256 – 259, February 2017.
[2]. Manikandan Thiyagarajan,.Mohammed Aejaz,NithinKrishna,MohanKumar,RFID based Advanced Trolley for Super Market, ISSN: 0974-2115,Special Issue 8: June2017.
[3]. J.Suryaprasad, B.O.P. Kumar, D. Roopa and A.K. Arjun, "A Novel Low-Cost Intelligent Shopping Cart", IEEE 2nd International Conference on Networked Embedded Systems for Enterprise Applications, pp.1-4, 2011.
[4]. Karpagam A, S. Balapriya B, G. Kalairubini C, A. Kalaivani D "Trolley with Smart Billing",ISSN(23941065), Volume 04– Issue 03, March, 2017.
[5]. AnupGade,NirupamaBhatt,NitaThakare-"survey on Energy Efficient cloud :A Novel Approach towards Green Computing",Helix ISSN-31st August 2018.

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Train Mounting T-Box for Wind Power Generation
Country :: India
Authors :: Waghela P.M. || Thorat P.D. || Lakudzode K.B. || Bedre Balaji
Page No. :: 71-74

Today many industries are rapidly growing to the wind energy generation. Nowadays, the need of energy resources is increasing at a much faster rate. We need to capitalize all the available options to complete all our needs with ease. For this, inventions such as T-BOX are very helpful. As it needs only wind from passing trains to produce the energy. Since fasting is going on for alternative forms of treatment, T-box has created hope. This device introduces a new generation of wind energy generator producing very prominent in techno buffs. That's it however, it is important to remember, that the design is still in a conceptual state, so that in the future, the 'use and maintenance' of this device has not been resolved. Our evolution shows that (i) Constructing electricity using the concept of rotation of wind turbine by hawking rail. (ii) Using air-tight coat to reduce large pressure and use it to control wind flow. (iii) The mouth of casing provided with valve to control the wind flow. (iv) To provide full mechanical support to the train.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Distribution Transformer Monitoring System Using Internet of Things (IOT)
Country :: India
Authors :: Ms. Varsha Petkar || Prof. Sachin Wadhankar || Mrs. Meera Joshi
Page No. :: 75-78

It is used to provide power distribution and electrical isolation. The high voltage transformer falls under the division of electrical transformer and boasts of the highest voltage and current ratings along with maximum power, voltage and current ratings. Electrical energy is transmitted by Electrical transformer and is used to transfer electricity to homes and business from power plants. We are using sensors to monitor the transformer health so that it will be protected and service to the users will be quick. ARDUINO Microcontroller board is used to monitor the parameters like Temperature, oil level, ,current etc. The continuous monitoring is carried out and at the same time if any parameter goes above set limit, the transformer will be disconnected and the information about this will be available at web page and necessary...........

Keywords- Distribution transformer; ARDUINO Board; GSM modem; WI-FI module; Sensors; Monitoring Unit ; LCD Display.

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[2]. MONIKA AGRAWAL AND AKSHAYPANDYA, "GSM Based Condition Monitoring of Transformer", IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research & Development| Vol. 1, Issue 12, 2014 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613.
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[4]. KALYANI MORE, ASHWINI KHAIRE, SUDHIR KHALKAR and P.G SALUNKE, "XBEE Based Transformer Protection and Oil Testing", International Journal of Scientific Research Engineering & Technology (IJSRET), ISSN 2278 – 0882 Volume 4, Issue 3, March 2015.
[5]. SATYA KUMAR BEHERA, RAVI MASAND AND Dr. S. P. SHUKLA, "A Review of Transformer Protection by Using PLC System", International Journal of Digital Application & Contemporary research, (Volume 3, Issue 2, September 2014).

Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Review on Traffic Management by Wireless Sensor Network System
Country :: India
Authors :: Miss Pranali K. Anasane || Mr. Rahul K. Ubale || Mr. Chetan R. Deshmukh || Mr Suyog M.Mankar
Page No. :: 79-85

Traffic engineering is a comparatively new branch of engineering and has grown with the increase in traffic in recent year. As vehicular began to increase, the congestion on the street began to hamper the safe and efficient movement to traffic. More and more accidents are causing and serious problem of parking and environmental pollution began to be felt. It was therefore need for better geometric design, intersection, traffic signal, traffic regulation and street lighting and better traffic light control should be well design. In this paper the designed system utilizes and efficiently manages traffic light controllers using Wireless Sensors Network (WSN) Using new techniques for controlling the traffic flow sequences...........

Keywords- Intelligent Traffic System Controller (ITSC), Intersection Control Agent (ICA), Wireless Sensors Network (WSN).

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Sky Saver
Country :: India
Authors :: Prof. M. P. Sathe || Sandip D Parate || Ranjit V Gadpayle || B Hemaprabhu || Swapnil Jambhulkar || Mohammad Shoeb
Page No. :: 86-87

Sky Saver is a unique personal rescue device which uses an individual harness to help a user safely escape from an emergency situation in a multi-storey building. It is lightweight, self-contained and easy to use. Attach the fire-resistant cable to a secure anchor point, and you can safely lower yourself down the side of the structure. When the situation is serious, and there's little time to react, Sky Saver is the ultimate piece of survival gear for multi-storey occupants. As such, there are certain personal considerations that must be taken into account before a Sky Saver device is issued. Factors can include the user's height, weight, and physical infirmity among other issues.

Keywords- Governor, Rope, Dead Weight, Chain Sprocket and Pedestal Bearing.

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Paper Type :: Research Paper
Title :: Soil Stabilisation Using Cement
Country :: India
Authors :: Miss. Siyona M. Mudliar || Mr. Shailesh S. Suryawanshi || Miss. Snehal S. Mankar || Mr. Akshay M. Nandurkar
Page No. :: 88-92

Among the several modes of transportation, the roads have been the most ancient and widely used medium. Since the ancient time for transportation of goods or travelling purpose, we used roads. Heavy loaded trucks running on the roads need special care and attention during construction phase so that they can bear the maximum load. Stabilization is the improvement of a soil or pavement material usually through the addition of a binder or additive. Some of the soil having good and sufficient load bearing capacity but some of having poor. This research work mainly focuses on soil stabilization using cement to improve geotechnical properties such as plasticity, compaction, and Unconfined Compressive Strength of the studied soil. These properties were determined before as well as after the stabilization of soil. In this work it was found that higher the quantity of cement added to the soil, dry density of soil decreased and optimum moisture content increased. With the addition of cement to the soil, unconfined compressive strength increased, and it was also found higher at higher curing period.

Keywords- Cement Stabilization, Unconfined Compressive Strength (UCS), Plasticity Index (PI), Compaction.

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