Volume 2, Issue 4

Volume 2, Issue 4

April, 2019

Research Paper

1. Home automation using android application

In this project, a low cost and user-friendly home automation system model use to recover misuse of electricity. A Smartphone is presented using the Arduino board, Android application is used in this system which allows the users to control home appliances using Bluetooth and GSM technology. Nowadays, most of the home automation systems are designed for special Purposes while the proposed system is a general purpose home automation system. Which can easily be implemented in an existing home. This system has more features than a normal home automation system such as it can access according to the distance. This project also describes the hardware and software architecture of the system. The Proposed prototype of a home automation system is implemented and was tested on hardware and it gave the expected result.

Published by: Sandeep Dilip Tanpure, Zunjar Sujata, Pethsangi Pooja, Abachane Kirti, Bhosale DipakResearch Area: Education

Organisation: Karmayogi Engineering College, Solapur, MaharashtraKeywords: GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication), SMS (Short Message Service), HAS (Home Automation Service), Bluetooth, Android App

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2. Online career guidance

“Online Career Guidance System” is useful to those students who are confused to choose his/her career after 10th or 12th. Proposed Online Career Guidance System provides career counseling services to all students. With the help of Career Guidance System students will get the information regarding those courses which is available after completion of his SSC or HSC. Sometimes no one can always be capable to guide the student about her preference career. After passing out from school, they have to their career, which is actually at that stage they have to decide her turning point for their career. This is a confusing stage of a student’s life. The online Career Guidance system is helpful for that student, who are not able to find out the correct path for their career. The system provides detailed information to the student, who is interested in a particular career.

Published by: Shamat Karim KorabuResearch Area: Educational

Organisation: Karmayogi Engineering College, Solapur, MaharashatraKeywords: Internet, Database, Smartphones

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3. Electricity generation using waste water

Water is the most important element of human life. The use of the water is increasing day by day so its unnecessary usage i.e. wastage is increasing too. This project demonstrates how electricity is produced through hydraulic energy by making use of a micro-hydro turbine. All the wastewater that is drained out to sewage through pipes is first collected in a storage tank situated at a suitable height of a tower. The water is stored whole day is released through the pipe with a stable rate by using the gear. Water at a stable rate of discharged falling from a great height when hits the blades of the turbine produce energy.

Published by: Tanmay Mhapankar, Smit Patil, Prashant Patil, Smita BhandareResearch Area: Electronics and Telecommunication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: Pelton wheel turbine, Hydraulic energy, Waste water

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4. Hyperloop-Future of transportation system

A Hyperloop is a proposed mode of passenger transportation, first used to describe an open-source vactrain design released by a joint team from Tesla and SpaceX.Drawing heavily from RobertGoddard's vactrain, a hyperloop is a sealed tube or system of tubes through which a pod may travel free of air resistance or friction conveying people or objects at high speed while being very efficient.Fundamentally, there exist four conventional modes of transportation: railways, road, water, and air. But despite of technological progress, modes of transportation continue to be relatively slow, expensive, or both. In current scenario we require fast, easy and cheaper mode of transport. The current transportation systems include water ways, airways, and railways. Water way is a cheapest mode of transportation but the speed of transportation is slow. Aircrafts are faster than waterways but they are economical costly. Railways are faster than waterways but slower than the aircrafts and economical than the airways but costlier than airways. Hyperloop is one and all solutions for this, which is faster and economical. The Hyperloop concept operates by sending specially designed "Capsules" or "pods" through a steel tube maintained at a partial vacuum. This proposed system offers very fast speed of transportation which is twice that of aircraft. It has very low power consumption. It is low cost transportation system on long run. It is immune to bad weather conditions. It is resistant to earthquakes.

Published by: Suyash Adhav, Sanket Kumbharkar, Pratik Bhoir, Mahesh KambleResearch Area: Electronics And Telecommunication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: Capsules, Pods, Hyperloop, Spacex

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5. Smart garbage collecting and monitoring system using GSM and GPS

In today’s world due to the industrial revolution and increase in population, a lot of waste is produced every day. but due to mismanagement and improper monitoring, we can see overflowing and overloaded dustbins in our surrounding. At many places, the trucks don’t even visit regularly. This leads to unhygienic conditions as well as provokes various dangerous diseases. So by keeping all this in mind, we have proposed a ‘smart garbage collecting system’ in this paper wherein we have fused the human efforts of personally monitoring the bins with IOT. The level of bin filled would be detected with the help of ultrasonic sensor and would be communicated to the centralized system using GSM. The interfacing of sensor and GSM is done with the help of microcontroller. Also to do the real-time tracking of truck one GSM and GPS will be placed on the truck and the exact location of the truck, as well as the bin, can be identified with the help of GUI which would be sent to the centralized system.

Published by: Nilesh Barshe Patil, Yogita Anand Dubey, Vinay Rajesh Revankar, Manav Devraj Rajbhar, Poonam Dharmdeo ShindeResearch Area: Electronics Communication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering Navi Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: GSM, GPS, Ultrasonic sensor, Microcontroller

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6. Artificial solar oxygen tree

In this, we proposed, to convert solar energy from the solar tree for the generation of Hydrogen, Oxygen, and light. Very small space requires a solar tree than conventional solar panel system. The solar panels on solar tree convert solar radiation into electricity, which is used for decomposition of water into oxygen and hydrogen. Oxygen is released in the air to breathe and hydrogen is stored as fuel. Light Emitting Diode (LED) lights, driven from the generated electricity are used to radiate light during the night. Solar Tree can be implemented to meet oxygen and Hydrogen fuel requirements and lighting demands of the cities in an eco-friendly manner. The main component of this tracker is Microcontroller 89s51 which is programmed to detect the sunlight with the help Solar panels.

Published by: Sahil Deepak Mungekar, Darshan Mhatre, Abhishek Deshmukh, Swati DeteResearch Area: Electronics and Telecommunication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: Electrolysis, PV cells, Solar energy, Street lamps, Rechargeable battery

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7. Beach cleaning robot

Due to the difficulties faced in keeping the beach clean manually, we have come up with an equipment which collects the waste. The waste is collected through plough. This project developed the robot for collecting the garbage at the beach. Wireless communication (Bluetooth ) was applied to the robot for remote controlling. The developed robot can move on the sand. Microcontroller was used as the brain for processing all commands. The robot can move on the sand via wireless communication and collect the large garbage.

Published by: Shweta Shinge, Pooja Dhaneshwar, Sanket Rajendra Ingale, Gaurav ChindarkarResearch Area: Electronics and Telecommunication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: Robot, Wireless communication, Waste container, AT Mega 16, Mobile phone

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8. Library management using IoT

The main aim of this paper is to develop an advanced technology of library management with the application of iBecon and Bluetooth module. Python is used as the main programming language which is the default, provided by Arduino. It is meant to save time and human energy also. This project is made with the help of iBecon technology. Our system aim is easy to track book and save time

Published by: Sukanya Sunil Gunjal, Pranil Rajendra Gharat, Jai Narendra Karulkar, Amol Ajit MhatreResearch Area: Electronics and Telecommunication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: Python, Library management, IoT

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9. Monitoring the surface roughness in turning of Titanium alloy by ANN-Wavelet transform

High speed turning experiments have been carried out to study the variation in surface roughness due to changes in flank wear, cutting tool vibrations and cutting parameters. The results revealed that the tool flank wear is highly influenced by cutting parameters and surface finish improves with the increase in flank wear. This monitoring of surface roughness in the machining phase can be done by the signals that indicator surface roughness (vibration signals). The cutting vibration signal was measured. The sensed vibration signals were sent to pc. The best signal which represents optimum surface roughness was selected. The signal analysis consists of a selection of mother wavelet (Example Haar, db, sym, etc.). For the selection of mother wavelet, the abrupt change in energy graph was used. The decomposition of the signal by wavelet transform was done in order to extract features. The features of this signal are developed and the most prominent feature will be fed to ANN to predict roughness.

Published by: Maithili Dupte, Tejas Salvi, ImranKhan Pathan, Prathmesh PatilResearch Area: Eletronics and Telecommunication

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: Flank wear, Accelerometer, Surface roughness, Mother wavelet, ANN

Survey Report

10. A survey paper on Open Source Software quality assurance

Open Source Software (OSS) is a software product with the source code made public so that anyone can read analyze and change or improve the code. The use of this software is under license, like Apache, GNU, MIT, Mozilla public, etc. Open source software provides high-quality assurance through testing and peer reviews. Quality of these types of the product depends upon the size of the product community. This paper discusses the stakeholders of the open source software community. The problem that affects the quality of OSSD, and the advantage and disadvantage of OSS compared to closed source software. This allows us to understand how we can achieve the quality assurance and quality control of the OSSD.

Published by: Shubha SinghResearch Area: Computer Science

Organisation: Babu Banarsi Das Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad, Uttar PradeshKeywords: OSS, Open Source, Quality Assurance, Open Source Development Model, OSSD

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11. Surveillance UAV

In today's world, there is a growing need for surveillance in order to maintain decorum at a place and ensure the safety and security of people. This system will be a convenient and efficient alternative to current surveillance systems. It can be used in peacekeeping activities and also real-time monitoring of a place at any time of the day. The aim is to provide fast and efficient surveillance at an affordable rate so that it can be used widely at the private, institutional and governmental level. Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles that are remotely controlled. It is meant to save money and time. This project is made with the help of the flight controller and Raspberry Pi. Uav motors are connected to the flight controller via ESC (Electronic Speed Controller) and also the gyroscope is connected to Arduino for drone direction. Our system aims at tackling the problem of surveillance systems by performing live video streaming on VR mobile system functions using raspberry pi and camera. In this project we use the 2.4Ghz transmitter for controlling the drone direction, the average of signal transmitting of this transmitter is an approximately 1.5km area

Published by: Ashish Anil Jadhav, Rahul Sundar Jagtap, Supriya Ananda Udugade, Sushilkumar Munna JaiswarResearch Area: Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering

Organisation: Saraswati College of Engineering, Navi Mumbai, MaharashtraKeywords: UAV Drone, Surveillance