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1 Sep 04, 2017
MSW USED AS ENERGY RECOVERY IN JABALPUR CITY

The increase in socio-economic condition during the past ten years has also significantly increased the amount of solid waste generated.The growing amount of municipal solid waste (MSW) and the related problems of waste disposal urge the development of a more sustainable waste management practice [1]. Waste-to- Energy (WTE) technologies – recovering energy in the form of electricity and/or heat from waste – are being developed worldwide. The thermo chemical technologies for energetic valorization of calorific waste streams (WTE), with focus on refuse derived fuel (RDF) – a processed form of municipal solid waste (MSW). The basic principles of the available technologies and process details of some specific technologies are summarized. Technologically advanced processes (e.g. plasma gasification) receive more attention, with particular focus on the potential for energy recovery (WTE) and material recovery (WTE). The review concludes with an argumentation of the advantages of processing RDF as opposed to MSW, and a comparison between the different technologies, stressing factors affecting their applicability and operational suitability [2]. A comparison of different parameters affecting Waste to Energy technology and a state-wise comparison was conducted along with comparative study of waste-to-energy plants in Jabalpur. There are around 600 tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) generated daily, of which the combustibles namely plastics, paper and textile waste represent 28%. The study was, therefore, initiated to assess the potential of power generation from refused derived fuels (RDF) from municipal solid waste (MSW) in order to reduce the dependency on fossil fuels. There are 360 tons which is equivalent to 12 tons/h of RDF that can be generated daily from the MSW and this would generate 10 MW power [3]. There will be 157 kg/h of ash that would be generated and the NOx and SOX concentration were found to be 136.5 and 20.5 mg/Nm3 respectively which is below the EU standard....

Authors: Mohana Taneja , Archana Paranjpe.

2 Sep 04, 2017
MODIFYING MLP TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY OF ANOMALY BASED INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM

To monitor computer system for indication of security violations over any network and cloud environment IDS are used. Resting on detection of such indication triggers of IDSs is to details to get the alerts. These alerts are straightforward to urge to an individual's analyst who assess them and starts an enough response. situate into be relevant, IDSs are ascertained to trigger thousands of alerts for every day, basically of that are incorrectly triggered by begin events equivalent to false positive. This build it really not easy for the analyst to properly recognize alerts related to attack such as a true positive. We present Neural Network primarily based supervised Conjugate Gradient Methodology based MLP Technique and compare with Back propagation algorithmic rule for intrusion detection. Modified MLP Technique removes the deficiency of BP Algorithm. The advantage of Neural Network based unsupervised to in identifying new or unseen attack....

Authors: R.SavyaSanchi Mishra, Shivendra Dubey, Mukesh Dixit.

3 Sep 04, 2017
MODIFYING MLP TECHNIQUE TO IMPROVE EFFICIENCY OF ANOMALY BASED INTRUSION DETECTION SYSTEM

To monitor computer system for indication of security violations over any network and cloud environment IDS are used. Resting on detection of such indication triggers of IDSs is to details to get the alerts. These alerts are straightforward to urge to an individual's analyst who assess them and starts an enough response. situate into be relevant, IDSs are ascertained to trigger thousands of alerts for every day, basically of that are incorrectly triggered by begin events equivalent to false positive. This build it really not easy for the analyst to properly recognize alerts related to attack such as a true positive. We present Neural Network primarily based supervised Conjugate Gradient Methodology based MLP Technique and compare with Back propagation algorithmic rule for intrusion detection. Modified MLP Technique removes the deficiency of BP Algorithm. The advantage of Neural Network based unsupervised to in identifying new or unseen attack....

Authors: R.SavyaSanchi Mishra, Shivendra Dubey, Mukesh Dixit.

4 Sep 04, 2017
SOME FIXED POINT THEOREMS IN CONE METRIC SPACE FOR POINTWISE CONTRACTIONS

In this paper we give some fixed point theorems in cone metric spaces and the purpose of this paper is the investigation of some manners for finding the fixed point of pointwise contraction and asymptotic pointwise contraction mappings. AMS Subject Classification: 46A32; 46M05; 41A17....

Authors: Sarika Jain, Ramakant Bhardwaj, Animesh Gupta.

5 Sep 04, 2017
EVALUATION OF ENGINE PERFORMANCE & EMISSION OF CI ENGINE UNDER COMBINED EFFECT OF INCREASING INTAKE BOOST PRESSURE AND EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION

In this research, experiment was conducted to measure the engine performance and engine emission by combine effect of increasing boost pressure arrangement and EGR system. The engine performance like brake specific fuel consumption, brake thermal efficiency, exhaust gas temperature and emission like NOx, CO, HC and CO2 were measured and analyzed. It was seen that better result were observed on engine performance and NOx emission with combine effect of increasing boost pressure arrangement and EGR system as compared to individual EGR system. The EGR system was developed and tested with different EGR percentages, i.e. 0%, 10%, 15% and 20%. The effect of EGR on exhaust gas temperature and performance parameters like brake specific fuel consumption and brake thermal efficiency was studied. The performance and emission characteristics of the modified engine were compared with those of the conventional diesel engine. The results showed that EGR led to a decrease in specific fuel consumption and an increase in brake thermal efficiency. It is also found from the experiment, that at combination of 10% EGR rate and 160 kPa air intake boost pressure, maximum value of and minimum value of BSFC is obtained. It is 38.14% as brake thermal efficiency and 0.221 (kg/kWhr) as BSFC....

Authors: Krishna Kumar Patel, S.K.Nagpure.

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