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Volume 05 Issue 06 (June 2018)

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Title : A Study on Various Simulation Tools for Wireless Sensor Networks

Authors : S. Gnanaselvi

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Wireless sensor network refers to a group of spatially dispersed and dedicated sensors for monitoring and recording the physical conditions of the environment and organizing the collected data at a central location. WSN (Wireless Sensor Networks)is mainly used to measure environmental conditions like temperature, sound, pollution levels, wind speed and direction, pressure, etc.

  The wireless sensor nodes gather the data from the sensing field and send the information to the end user. These sensor nodes can be deployed on many applications. Current wireless sensor network is working on the problems of low-power communication, computation, energy storage, and sensing. Sensor nodes are usually attached to microcontroller and are powered by battery. Simulation is essential to study WSNs, which is the common way to test new applications and protocols in the field Protocols, schemes, even new ideas can be evaluated in a very large scale.. This leads to the recent boom of simulation tool development.

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Title : Air India Limited: Project Report

Authors : Mayur Shellar

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one of the most commonly debated and research field in the business world is Motivation. What people do at their work place, what made them do that, what they want from their job, what are their expectations from the job and from the employer are some of the few questions that every employer and researcher wants to know in today’s competitive world. I got this opportunity to work as an intern on the topic Motivation with special reference to job satisfaction at Air India Limited, Mumbai. During my research, I found various motivation instruments used by the Personnel/HR department to motivate their employees. The present study investigates the extent to which the motivational factors affect the employees and the relationship between Motivation and Job satisfaction. The respondents were the employees working in Personnel/HR department of the Air India Limited, Western Region, Mumbai.

          The result has clearly delineated that the company has been successful in motivating and satisfying majority of the employees of Air India. The study also finds relative importance of different factors that contributes to job satisfaction. The various factors used for the motivation by the company were included in the questionnaire and then the employees were asked to rate their views on those questions. Various factors that can lead to job satisfaction, and very well related to motivation, were also asked to rate in the questionnaire and further hypothesis were generated and tested so as to check whether these factors are correlated with job satisfaction or not. The study has provided the researcher a deep insight into the phenomenon of motivation which would definitely help a long way in my career as well as to other management students for thoroughly understanding the things that are required to be done in an organisation to keep the employees motivated

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Title : Automated Irrigation System Using Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)

Authors : Akshata. S. Jagatap, Asso. Prof: S. R. Dhotre

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Adopting an optimized Irrigation system has becomes necessity due to the lack of the world water resources. The system has a soil moisture sensor, temperature and relative humidity sensor. The project focuses on a smart irrigation system which is cost effective. The objective of this project is to control the water supply to each plant automatically depending on values of soil moisture, temperature and relative humidity. Mechanism is done in such a way that soil moisture sensors are dipped in to the soil and Temperature and Humidity sensor is kept open in the land. Automatic irrigation scheduling consistently has shown to be valuable in water use efficiency with respect to manual irrigation based on direct soil water measurements. The aim of the implementation is to demonstrate that the automatic irrigation can be used to reduce water use.

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Title : An Analysis on Sport Utility Vehicles Development in India and Its Safety

Authors : Mr.P.M.Subramanian, Dr.V.Muthu

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Sports utility vehicles (SUVs) are known for their ruggedness and aggressive design often defined as a light truck-like vehicle used for personal transport. During the 1990s, sport utility vehicles (SUVs) became the fastest growing segment of the automotive industry globally. SUVs are larger and heavier than conventional passenger cars. SUVs with their higher height and weight will cause severe injury for occupants of passenger cars during collision on the highway. As per National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) SUVs are more prone to roll-overs than other passenger cars. In spite of their roll over propensity, Indians love SUVs in a way like the Americans. Indian automotive sector show sign of increasing in popularity for SUVs. They will be occupying the most dominant position among other passenger cars in future. Over the past years, SUV’s sales have ballooned, accounting for one in every four passenger vehicles sold by automobile industry in India. As per Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) in 2017 SUV sales rise by 30% than last year where car sales grew only by over 4%. The expanding SUV markets coerce the manufacturers to add SUVs in their vehicle lineup.to gain the market share. This research aims at analyzing the purpose for rapid increase in popularity of SUV in India. This paper also examines the impact of SUVs on passenger car sales, technological development and Highway safety

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Title : The Study of Effect of Pozzolanas on Fiber Reinforced Concrete

Authors : Er.Yogesh, Er. Rahul Sikka, Dr. Arvind Dewangan, Er. Bhavana Arora

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Durable concrete Specifying a high-strength concrete does not ensure that a durable concrete will be achieved. It is very difficult to get a product  which  simultaneously  fulfill  all  of  the  properties.  So  the  different  pozzolanic materials like Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag (GGBS), silica fume, Rice husk ash, Fly ash, High Reactive Metakaolin, are some of the pozzolanic materials which can be used in concrete as partial replacement of cement, which are very essential ingredients to produce high performance concrete. So we have performed XRD tests of these above mentioned materials to know the variation of different constituent within it. Also it is very important to maintain the water cement ratio within the minimal range, for that we have to use the water reducing admixture i.e superplasticizer, which plays an important role for the production of high performance concrete. So we herein the project have tested on different materials like rice husk ash, Ground granulated blast furnace slag, silica fume to obtain the desired needs. As our aim is to develop concrete which does not only concern on the strength of concrete, it also having many other aspects to be satisfied like less porous, capillary absorption, durability. So for this we need to go for the addition of pozzolanic materials along with superplasticizer with having low water cement ratio.

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