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Privacy Preserving Bee Routing Protocol for Intermittently Connected Mobile Networks  [PDF]
S. Ramesh, R. Praveen
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2016.77091
Abstract: The Intermittently Connected Mobile Networks (ICMN) is a disconnected mobile network where a complete connectivity never exists.More number of moving nodes makes them impenetrable genre which in turn makes the network intermittently connected. Detection of malicious node and routing is onerous due to its genre. In this paper, we put forward a secure routing that aids in detecting and preventing intrusion of malicious nodes. The routing process is made more adorable through Bee Colony Optimization (BCO). The amalgamation of BCO with authentication series leads a novel routing protocol named Privacy Preserving Bee Routing Protocol (PPBRP) which is highly secure. The degree of security is tested with malicious nodes in the network to prove that the proposed PPBRP ensures secure routing.
Ant Routing Protocol with Location Services in Intermittently Connected MANETs  [PDF]
S. Ramesh, R. Indira
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2016.77092
Abstract: Wireless and mobile networks seem to deliver tremendous uses. In its way, MANET leads to enormous real world applications. Routing allows us to implement many real world applications. Complete affinity in an infrequent network like ICMANET is highly impossible. Disconnected MANET is also known as ICMANET which is also a DTN (Delay Torrent Network) that supports for higher delays. It is laborious process to execute routing in a diffused network process to execute routing in a diffused network. To deliver the data packets towards the destined node to its best, a new strategy in routing called Ant routing protocol in concoction with storage strategy LoDis has been proposed. Despite of routing, security is still an unsolved problem. To evaluate this situation, this paper presents a methodology called agent technology which yields a secure routing. Hostile node in the network is spotted with the help of agent at each node. A cryptographic algorithm Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is habituated to improve secure communication in wide range Mobility and total number of nodes in the network act as variables in examining the hostile nodes in the network to judge the standard of security. Improved performance along with the security is the point to be highlighted.
Testing and Analysis of Induction Motor Electrical Faults Using Current Signature Analysis  [PDF]
K. Prakasam, S. Ramesh
Circuits and Systems (CS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/cs.2016.79229
Abstract: The proposed method deals with the emerging technique called as Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA) to diagnosis the stator faults of Induction Motors. The performance of the proposed method deals with the emerging technique called as Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA) and the Zero-Sequence Voltage Component (ZSVC) to diagnose the stator faults of Induction Motors. The unalleviated study of the robustness of the industrial appliances is obligatory to verdict the fault of the machines at precipitate stages and thwart the machine from brutal damage. For all kinds of industry, a machine failure escorts to a diminution in production and cost increases. The Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA) is referred as the most predominant way to diagnose the faults of electrical machines. Since the detailed analysis of the current spectrum, the method will portray the typical fault state. This paper aims to present dissimilar stator faults which are classified under electrical faults using MCSA and the comparison of simulation and hardware results. The magnitude of these fault harmonics analyzes in detail by means of Finite-Element Method (FEM). The anticipated method can effectively perceive the trivial changes too during the operation of the motor and it shows in the results.
Sol-Gel Synthesis and Characterization of Nanoparticles
S. Ramesh
Journal of Nanoscience , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/929321
Abstract: The nanoparticles have been synthesized by sol-gel technique. X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, optical absorption spectroscopy, and electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy were used to characterize the sample. The X-ray diffraction results indicate the formation of nanocrystalline materials in tetragonal lattice with P42/nnm space group. The identical distribution of elements were confirmed by scanning electron microscopy with energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry and X-ray mapping. Electron paramagnetic resonance lineshapes of the samples are obtained at various (13?K, 77?K, and 300?K) temperatures. The isotropic lineshapes of the sample B1 are attributed to dipole-dipole interaction of Ti3+ ions. The incorporation of Al3+ ions into the sample B2–B5 the isotropic nature of the lineshapes are collapsed due to the distraction in crystal field. Optical absorption spectra results reveal the presence of Ag-TiO2 nanoparticles. 1. Introduction Titanium-based nanoparticles have been studied intensively owing to its widespread industrial applications such as cosmetics [1], ceramics [2], superconductivity [3], solar cells [4], magnetic [5], shape memory alloys [6], and photocatalysis [7]. However, the basic research and industrial development of TiO2 containing samples are hot topics because of its extensive potential importance, and existing difficulties are still tough to solve [8, 9]. The key problems of TiO2 containing samples show short wavelength excitation, it may crossover by the addition of noble metals such as Ag, Au, Pt. Among them, silver and gold nanoparticles are promising due to the remarkable chemical stability and a characteristic absorption peak in visible wavelength range [10–12]. The enriched photoactivity in visible light is attributed to the silver nanoparticles act an electron traps aiding electron-hole separation [13]. In favor of some specific advanced application (optics, sensor, photocatalysis, etc.), materials are appropriate to shape as films, tubes, and fibers but in most cases TiO2 samples are required as a powder. Various wet chemical methods such as coprecipitation [14], hydrothermal [15, 16], sol-gel technology, and combustion method [17, 18], have been developed for materials synthesis. Since the sol-gel technology is widely used and it is an effective process to produce Ag-TiO2 nanoparticles is due to its advantages of low processing cost, energy efficiency, high production rate, and rapid productivity of fine homogeneous powder [19–23]. Characterization of materials are the root of modern technology for
Experimental Investigation of Dynamic Characteristics of Multilayer PU Foam Sandwich Panels  [PDF]
Sourabha S. Havaldar, Ramesh S. Sharma
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2013.15031
Abstract: In the present work the dynamic characteristics of Multilayer Polyurethane foam glass/fiber composite sandwich panels have been determined through Experimental Investigations. Using a Multilayer Polyurethane foam sandwich panel with rectangular cross-section, the natural frequencies, mode shapes and the damping ratio of sandwich panels were evaluated. Three types of boundary conditions were simulated namely, C-F-F-F (Clamped Free-Free-Free), C-F-C-F (Clam-ped-Free-Clamped-Free), C-C-C-C-(Clamped-Clamped-Clamped-Clamped). Experimental modal tests were conducted on sandwich panels with available polyurethane foam of densities 56 kg/m3, 82 kg/m3and 289 kg/m3.The traditional “strike method” has been used to measure vibration properties. The modal characteristics of the specimens have been obtained by studying their impulse response. Each specimen has been subjected to impulses through a hard tipped hammer which is provided with a force transducer and the response has been measured through the accelerometer. The impulse and the response are processed through a computer aided FFT Analyzing test system in order to extract the modal parameters. Finite Element modeling was carried out treating the facing and core as orthotropic with different elastic constants as recommended in the literature. The experimental results were validated with FEA and were found to be in good agreement.The results obtained through modal test on multilayer sandwich panels are presented. They indicate a significant variation in the dynamic parameters in case of multilayer sandwich panels for the same core density as compared to a monolayer sandwich panel.
Sand Slurry Erosive Wear Behavior of Hot Extruded Al6061-SiC Composites  [PDF]
C.S. Ramesh, R. Keshavamurthy
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2011.106037
Abstract: Aluminum based composites are very popular in automotive and aerospace segments. In particular aluminum alloy-SiC composite systems are widely studied and seriously explored for various other applications in defense and space. However they have not been looked at as potential materials in naval and chemical applications where synergistic effects of both wear and corrosion need to be addressed to. This needs the assessment of wear behavior of composites. From the survey, it is evident that major focus is on mechanical and corrosion properties of cast composites. However, meager information is available as regards the slurry erosive wear behavior of cast and extruded metal matrix composites. In the light of the above, the present investigation is aimed at studying in detail the slurry erosive wear behavior of cast and hot extruded Al6061 and Al6061-SiC composites in sand slurry. Al6061-SiC composites have been prepared primarily by vortex method. Hot extrusion of these composites and the matrix alloy has been carried out at 550℃ using a 500T hydraulic press. Both as cast and hot extruded composites have been subjected to microstructure studies, microhardness, and slurry erosive wear tests. The hot extruded composites exhibit higher hardness, and slurry erosive wear resistance when compared with as cast alloy and its composites.
Electrodeposition of Cyclic Multilayer Zn-Co Films Using Square Current Pulses and Investigaions on Their Corrosion Behaviors  [PDF]
Ramesh S. Bhat, A. Chitaranjan Hegde
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2012.119085
Abstract: The cyclic multilayer alloy (CMA) coatings of Zn-Co have been developed galvanostatically on mild steel (MS), using single bath technique. Depositions were carried out using square current pulses. Corrosion behaviors of the coatings were evaluated by potentiodynamic polarization and electrochemical impedance method, supported by dielectric spectroscopy. The cyclic cathode current densities (CCCD’s) and number of layers were optimized for highest corrosion stability of the coatings. The CMA coating developed at 3.0/5.0 A/dm2, having 300 layers, represented as (Zn-Co) 3.0/5.0/300 was found to exhibit ~ 40 times better corrosion resistance compared to monolayer coating, developed from same bath for same time. Substantial improvement in the corrosion resistance of CMA coatings is attributed to layered coating, having alternatively different phase structures, evidenced by XRD study. The formation of multilayer and corrosion mechanism was analyzed using Scanning Electron Microscopy.
A Review on Mechanical Properties of Natural Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Polymer Composites  [PDF]
K. P. Ashik, Ramesh S. Sharma
Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering (JMMCE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jmmce.2015.35044
Abstract: Natural fibres will take a major role in the emerging “green” economy based on energy efficiency, the use of renewable materials in polymer products, industrial processes that reduce carbon emissions and recyclable materials that minimize waste. Natural fibres are a kind of renewable resources, which have been renewed by nature and human ingenuity for thousands of years. They are also carbon neutral; they absorb the equal amount of carbon dioxide they produce. These fibers are completely renewable, environmental friendly, high specific strength, non-abrasive, low cost, and bio-degradability. Due to these characteristics, natural fibers have recently become attractive to researchers and scientists as an alternative method for fibers reinforced composites. This review paper summarized the history of natural fibers and its applications. Also, this paper focused on different properties of natural fibers (such as hemp, jute, bamboo and sisal) and its applications which were used to substitute glass fiber.
Modified Genetic Algorithm Based Load Frequency Controller for Interconnected Power Systems
S. Ramesh,A. Krishnan
International Journal of Electrical and Power Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Power engineers have the responsibility to deliver economically, adequate and quality power to the consumers. In order to achieve this, the power system must be maintained at the desired operating level by suitable modern control strategies. The controlling of power system is becoming increasingly more complex due to large interconnections. The load frequency control is very important in power system operation and control for supplying sufficient and reliable electric power with good quality. This study deals with the application of real coded genetic algorithm for optimizing the gain of a proportional integral controller for load frequency control of interconnected power systems. Non-linearities such as Governor Dead Band (GDB) and Generation Rate Constraints (GRC) for a two-area reheat thermal power system have been included. Floating point representation has been used, since it is more consistent, more precise and leads to faster convergence. The simulation results confirm the designed control performance of the proposed controller.
Effect of Establishment Techniques and Nitrogen Management on the Leaf Nitrogen Concentration (LNC), Flowering, Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Quality of Rice Hybrid (Oryza sativa L.) ADTRH1
S. Ramesh,B. Chandrasekaran
Agricultural Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Field experiments were conducted during the Kharif season 2002 and 2003 at wetland research farm of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore with the objective of developing suitable and efficient crop establishment techniques and to optimize the nutrient management strategy for rice hybrid ADTRH1. The experiments were laid out in split plot design replicated thrice with four crop establishment techniques in the main plot and seven N management practices were assigned in the sub-plots. The results revealed that the Leaf Nitrogen Concentration (LNC) was not significantly influenced by the crop establishment methods. Wet seeded rice crop registered earlier flowering of seven days as compared to the transplanted crop. Nitrogen use efficiency recorded significantly higher value by the seeding through all the holes (M2) and it was on par with transplanting (M1) and seeding through one out of two holes (M3). Application of N based on Soil Test Crop Response (STCR) for a yield target of 7 t ha-1 registered significantly higher leaf nitrogen concentration and was comparable with N application in four splits plus green manure application @ 6.25 t ha-1. The Nitrogen use efficiency was significantly higher with the N application based on Leaf Colour Chart (LCC) cv.4 whereas least NUE was registered with STCR based N application as compared to rest of treatments. The N management exerted significant variation in days to 50% flowering in both the years. Maximum number of days to 50% flowering was noticed with STCR based N application and minimum number of days was invariably noticed in control. The crop establishment methods did not cause significant variation in the quality parameters of hybrid rice. Significantly higher protein content was recorded with N application based on STCR and it was comparable with green manure 6.25 t ha-1 plus N application in four splits. Application of 100% N as organic manures recorded significantly higher amylase 27.20% and the lowest amylase content was observed in N application based on STCR.
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