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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Monday, February 22, 2016

3D Printing as a Construction Process for Structural Members #ijsrd

Youth "Habitat Conclave"


3D Printing as a Construction Process for Structural Members

Author(s):

Kaninik Baradi , CEPT University, Ahmedabad

Keywords:

3D Printing, Concrete, Plastics Construction

Abstract

In-situ 3d printing is an innovative technology which carries the potential to revolutionise the way construction is being done in India and the world. This paper identifies the techniques used for 3d printing and the sensitivity of the process towards the material being moulded. Few cases of 3d printing have been illustrated as example applications. The paper also explores the advantages, limitations and scope of research in the Indian context.

For more information About this paper Visit : http://www.ijsrd.com/C_Article.php?manuscript=HABTP003

Thursday, February 4, 2016

#Habitat Conclave 2016 #ijsrd journal


Habitat Conclave 2016

Youth Conclave

presents

Paper presentation on

Smart & Sustainable City

In association with

IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development

Gujarat Institute of Civil Engineers & Architects (GICEA)is organizing 4-dayevent named Habitat Conclave 2016on 18th-21st February 2016.Under Youth Conclave Paper Presentation on Smart & Sustainable city is being managed by IJSRD.This event aims to cover the recent trends of research in the field of "Smart & Sustainable City".

Interested participants/Authors can prepare a paper/article showing their idea in the well managed format. They have to submit their article here. Innovative ideas will be selected and participants will be called for presentation during event.
Researchers working on Smart & Sustainable City development can submit their papers under following themes but not limited to.
  1. Culture &heritage of Smart city                         
  2. Green building and Smart Cities
  3. Sustainable cities issues & solutions
  4. Urban trends in Smart City Planning
  5. Sustainable Smart Tourism
  6. Urban Infrastructure issues and solutions
  7. Sustainable Urban Environmental Design
  8. Smart Urban Transportation Planning
  9. National & Individual needs in smart cities
  10. Smart, Urban, Congestion free Sustainable Mobility


Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Problems in Getting Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring using Infrared PPG


Problems in Getting Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring using Infrared PPG


Author(s):

Shailaja Vedpathak , K.B.P.College of engg satara; Dr.B.B.Godbole, K.B.P.College of engg satara

Keywords:

Infrared Light; Photoplethysmograph (PPG), Pulse Rate; Reflectance; Transmittance

Abstract

In the current study, a non-invasive technique for blood pressure (BP) measurement based on the detection of Photoplethysmographic (PPG) pulses during pressure-cuff deflation was compared to sphygmomanometry—the Korotkoff sounds technique. The PPG Senor used to measure blood pressure using the technique of correlation of volume and pressure. The performance of portable and wearable biosensorsis highly influenced by motion artifact, artery stiffness, measurement sites, light wavelength, sensor pressure, A novel real time system is proposed for accurate motion-tolerant extraction of heart rate (HR) and pulse oximeter oxygen saturation (SpO2) from wearable Photoplethysmographic (PPG) biosensors. Recently, monitoring of blood pressure fluctuation in the daily life is focused on in the hypertension care area to predict the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease events. The main problem is using with digital BP monitoring machine is Doctors are not believe on digital machines they believe with only sphygmomanometer. In this paper, in order to propose an alternative system to the existed ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM) sphygmomanometer, to sort out the problems using small wearable device consisting of photoplethysmograph (PPG) sensors. Recent advances in optical technology have facilitated the use of high-intensity green LEDs for PPG, increasing the adoption of this measurement technique. In this paper, we briefly present the problems of PPG sensor and recent developments in wearable pulse rate sensors with green LEDs.

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Monday, November 16, 2015

Real Time Weather Monitoring System #NCIL #IJSRD


Paper Title : Real Time Weather Monitoring System

Author(s): Sarthak Kala, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi; Pranav Negi, Maharaja Agrasen College, University of Delhi

Keywords: DHT11 , BMP 180, Tipping Bucket, Reed Switch, Arduino

Abstract : Weather reflects the short term change in our atmosphere, the volatile variable in our environment. Monitoring weather trends can give us an insight into the environment around us. The aim of this paper is to build an automated real time weather monitoring system by leveraging the power of Open Source Hardware. Never has the open source community been this much connected and implementation of this technology so convenient. All data is collected by different types of sensors available locally and are controlled using a microcontroller. Meteorological parameters being considered here are: Temperature, Humidity, Barometric Pressure, Rainfall and Wind Speed. Parameters like Heat Index and Wind Chill which are derived from combinations of Temperature &Humidity and Temperature & Wind-Speed respectively can also be calculated.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

#IJSRD.COM

A lot of us feel the same way but end up doing nothing to change it. Just because you have never done anything exceptional does not mean you don't have it in you.

Not all of us did well in school. Honestly, it doesn't matter because school is not the only education. Here are people who dropped out to do what they did and were really good at it.


#IJSRD JOURNAL