Prof. Dr. Srikanta Patnaik
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering deals with recent developments and practices adopted in various projects in different engineering disciplines and specializations - Rock Dredging; Concrete Technology; Grid Computing; Electric Propulsion & the Stationary Plasma Thruster; Turbo charging; Ultra filtration, Nan filtration & Reverse Osmosis; FACTS Devices; Sensors; Advanced Materials for Aircraft and Helicopters; Data Communication and Network Protocol; Satellite Communication Systems; Optoelectronic Devices; Wireless Communication; Applications of CFD Techniques in Aero-propulsive Characterization of Missiles; Hazardous Waste Management; Liquid Fueled SCRAMJET Combustors; Armor Materials and Designs; Heat Transfer in Nuclear Reactors; Defense Electronics Systems; World Class Manufacturing; Value Engineering & Engineering Ethics. Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and software engineering that is concerned with integrating electrical and mechanical engineering to create hybrid systems. In this way, machines can be automated through the use of electric motors, servomechanisms, and other electrical systems in conjunction with special software. A common example of a Mechatronics system is a CD-ROM drive. Mechanical systems open and close the drive, spin the CD and move the laser, while an optical system reads the data on the CD and converts it tobits. Integrated software controls the process and communicates the contents of the CD to the computer. Robotics is the application of Mechatronics to create robots, which are often used in industry to perform tasks that are dangerous, unpleasant, or repetitive. These robots may be of any shape and size, but all are preprogrammed and interact physically with the world. To create a robot, an engineer typically employs kinematics (to determine the robot's range of motion) and mechanics (to determine the stresses within the robot). Robots are used extensively in industrial engineering. They allow businesses to save money on labor, perform tasks that are either too dangerous or too precise for humans to perform them economically, and to ensure better quality. Many companies employ assembly lines of robots, especially in Automotive Industries and some factories are so robotized that they can run by themselves. Outside the factory, robots have been employed in bomb disposal, space exploration, and many other fields. Robots are also sold for various residential applications, from recreation to domestic applications. The field of mechanical engineering can be thought of as a collection of many mechanical engineering science disciplines. Several of these sub disciplines which are typically taught at the undergraduate level are listed below, with a brief explanation and the most common application of each. Some of these sub disciplines are unique to mechanical engineering, while others are a combination of mechanical engineering and one or more other disciplines. Researchers are working on applying their wireless and mobile research to transportation, health care, education, collaboration and environmental sustainability. Projects already underway include safe and efficient road transportation, autonomous driving, wireless medical implants, mobile video delivery, multiparty wireless videoconferencing and energy harvesting. The Conference sometimes is conducted in collaboration with other institutions. IOAJ encourage and invite proposals from institutes within India to join hands to promote research in various areas of discipline. These conferences have not only promoted the international exchange and cooperation, but have also won favorable comments from national and international participants, thus enabled IOAJ to reach out to a global network within three years time. The conference is first of its kind and gets granted with lot of blessings. The conference designed to stimulate the young minds including Research Scholars, Academicians, and Practitioners to contribute their ideas, thoughts and nobility in these disciplines of Engineering. IRNet received a great response from all parts of country and abroad for the presentation and publication in the proceeding of the conference. I sincerely thank all the authors for their invaluable contribution to this conference. I am indebted towards the reviewers and Board of Editors for their generous gifts of time, energy and effort. It’s my pleasure to welcome all the participants, delegates and organizer to this international conference on behalf of IRNet family members.
Prof. Dr. Srikanta Patnaik
In spite of so many advancements in the power and energy sector over the last two decades, its survival to cater quality power with due consideration for planning, coordination, marketing, safety, stability, optimality and reliability is still believed to remain critical. Though it appears simple from the outside, yet the internal structure of large scale power systems is so complex that event management and decision making requires a formidable preliminary preparation, which gets still worsened in the presence of uncertainties and contingencies. These aspects have attracted several researchers to carryout continued research in this field and their valued contributions have been significantly helping the newcomers in understanding the evolutionary growth in this sector, starting from phenomena, tools, methodologies to strategies so as to ensure smooth, stable, safe, reliable and economic operation. This journal shall provide a new forum for dissemination of knowledge on both theoretical and applied research spreading over various fundamental and application fields of electric power systems with an ultimate aim to bridge the gap between these coherent disciplines of knowledge. This forum would accelerate interaction between the above bodies of knowledge with an aim to foster unified development in the next generation.
The areas are as follows:
- Reliability analysis
- Modeling uncertainties and contingencies
- Fault detection and diagnosis
- Deregulation of electricity market
- Distribution automation
- Machines, power electronics and drives
- Computer applications in power systems
- Soft computing applications in power systems
- Power system communication, so on.
Prof. Dr.Srikanta Patnaik
The International Conference on Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (ICEECS) is the premiere international conference in the fields of electronics, information, and computer engineering. Prospective authors are invited to submit manuscripts in English. All submissions will be under a peer-review conducted by experts in the field based on originality, significance, quality and clarity. Authors should use MS-Word templates obtained from the conference website as their paper format and submit .doc files of their manuscripts through the Online Submission System. Selected papers published in ICEECS proceedings shall be placed in one of volumes in the Springer edited series.
The ICEECS aims to gather worldwide researchers, engineers, and educators who are interested in meeting, sharing ideas, and presenting their latest findings and experiences. The following topics are listed for your reference (and not limited to)
- Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics
- Communication Engineering
- Electronics Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Nano-Electro-Mechanical System
- Photonics and Optoelectronics
- Networking, Communication and Multimedia
- Information Engineering
- Wireless/Mobile Communication & Computing
- Computer Science Applications
Prof. Dr.Srikanta Patnaik
The new economic millennium is surprisingly rushing with Innovation and Technology. There is a sharper focus on deriving value from the widespread global integration in almost all spheres of social, economic, political and technological subsystems. In the quest of making this earth a better place to live we have to make a strong hold upon sustainable energy source. Sustainable energy sources include all renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectricity, solar energy, wind energy, wave power, geothermal energy, bio-energy, and tidal power. It usually also includes technologies designed to improve energy efficiency. Energy efficiency and renewable energy are said to be the twin pillars of sustainable energy. Renewable energy technologies are essential contributors to sustainable energy as they generally contribute to world energy security, reducing dependence on fossil fuel resources, and providing opportunities for mitigating greenhouse gases. Although the discipline like electrical engineering has narrated academic maturity in the last decades, but the limitations of the non renewable energy sources, turbulence and disturbances in the energy propagation cascades various insightfulness and stimulation in post classical electrical era. Evidence shows that there are phenomenal supplements in power generation and control after the introduction of Energy Management System (EMS) supported by Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA). As there is increasing focus on strengthening the capacity of the power houses with the existing resources or constraints some new dimensions like FACTS, Optimal System Generation, High Voltage DC transmission system, Power Generation Control, Soft Computing, Compensation of transmission line, Protection scheme of generator, Loss calculation, economics of generation, fault analysis in power systems are emerging. Since the world is suffering with water, food, and energy crisis, energy consumption has social relevancy. Let me highlight some of the recent developments in Electronics discipline. The new integrated devices did not find a ready market. Users were concerned because the individual transistors, resistors, and other electronic circuit components could not be tested individually to ensure their reliability. Also, early integrated circuits were expensive, and they impinged on the turf that traditionally belonged to the circuit designers at the customer's company. Again, Bob Noyce made a seminal contribution. He offered to sell the complete circuits for less than the customer could purchase individual components to build them. (It was also significantly less than it was costing us to build them!) .This step opened the market and helped develop the manufacturing volumes necessary to reduce manufacturing costs to competitive levels. To this day the cost reductions resulting from economies of scale and newer high-density technology are passed on to the user—often before they are actually realized by the circuit manufacturer. As a result, we all know that the high-performance electronic gadget of today will be replaced with one of higher performance and lower cost tomorrow. The integrated circuit completely changed the economics of electronics. Initially we looked forward to the time when an individual transistor might sell for a dollar. Today that dollar can buy tens of millions of transistors as part of a complex circuit. This cost reduction has made the technology ubiquitous—nearly any application that processes information today can be done most economically electronically. No other technology that I can identify has undergone such a dramatic decrease in cost, let alone the improved performance that comes from making things smaller and smaller. The technology has advanced so fast that I am amazed we can design and manufacture the products in common use today. It is a classic case of lifting ourselves up by our bootstraps— only with today's increasingly powerful computers can we design tomorrow's chips.
Prof. Dr.Srikanta Patnaik
Mechanical Engineering is a traditional field constantly evolving towards new concepts and optimized solutions to existing problems. The mechanical engineering research has become very sophisticated with the introduction of computers and electronics and paved the way for the emergence of new technologies. Globalized competitiveness and increased awareness of the environment have made the mechanical engineering research significantly different with more emphasis on competitive technologies and management approaches.
The objective of this conference is to bring together experts from academic institutions, industries and research organizations and professional engineers for sharing of knowledge, expertise and experience in the emerging trends related to Mechanical engineering education and research. The conference is structured as plenary lectures followed by parallel sessions. The plenary lectures will be delivered by the eminent personalities invited to introduce the theme of the conference. Each parallel session starts with an invited talk on specific topic followed by contributed papers. Papers are invited from the prospective authors from industries, academic institutions, R&D organizations and from professional engineers. Potential topics to be addressed in this conference include, but are not limited to the following:
Aerodynamics and fluid mechanics, Automation, Mechatronics, and Robotics, Automotive engineering, Bioengineering materials, biomechanics and biotribology, Bulk deformation processes and sheet metal forming, Composites, ceramics, and polymers processing, Computational mechanics / FEM modeling and simulation, Computer-based manufacturing technologies: CNC, CAD, CAM, FMS, CIM, Concurrent engineering
Prof. Dr.Srikanta Patnaik
In spite of so many advancements in the power and energy sector over the last two decades, its survival to cater quality power with due consideration for planning, coordination, marketing, safety, stability, optimality and reliability is still believed to remain critical. Though it appears simple from the outside, yet the internal structure of large scale power systems is so complex that event management and decision making requires a formidable preliminary preparation, which gets still worsened in the presence of uncertainties and contingencies. These aspects have attracted several researchers to carryout continued research in this field and their valued contributions have been significantly helping the newcomers in understanding the evolutionary growth in this sector, starting from phenomena, tools, methodologies to strategies so as to ensure smooth, stable, safe, reliable and economic operation. This journal shall provide a new forum for dissemination of knowledge on both theoretical and applied research spreading over various fundamental and application fields of electric power systems with an ultimate aim to bridge the gap between these coherent disciplines of knowledge. This forum would accelerate interaction between the above bodies of knowledge with an aim to foster unified development in the next generation. This conference aims at bringing researchers, electrical engineers and professionals who are working in this area to deliberate on this topic. Papers will be reviewed by at least two referees each. Suitable research topics include but are not limited to:The conference invites papers from all areas under the broad spectrum of power system planning, coordination, marketing, safety, stability, security, optimality, economy, reliability and their applications. The areas are as follows:
- Power system modeling, simulation and analysis
- Power system stability, dynamics and control
- Power generation, transmission and distribution
- Flexible AC Transmission
- High voltage engineering and insulation coordination
- Distributed generation systems, micro grid operation and wind power systems etc.
Dr. M. Reza, Dr. D. S. Roy, Mr. Anisur Rahman, and Mr. Shom Prasad Das
We are extremely privileged to present the book of proceedings to the participants of the National Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation 2013 organised by the School of Computer Science & Engineering, National Institute of Science & Technology, Berhampur during 18th - 19th January 2013.
We are greatly impressed with the overwhelming response to the call for papers from a variety of scholars from all across the country. The abstracts from Invited Speakers of international repute will give an additional weight and value to the book of proceedings. Advances in multi-core and many-core architectures, networking, highend computers, large data storages, and middle-ware capabilities clearly show the relevance of the conference.
Prof. (Dr.) B.V. Dhandra
Computational science and engineering is an emerging and promising discipline in shaping future research and development activities in both academia and industry, in fields ranging from engineering, science, finance, and economics, to arts and humanities. New challenges arise in the modelling of complex systems, sophisticated algorithms, advanced scientific and engineering computing and associated (multidisciplinary) problem-solving environments. Because the solution of large and complex problems must cope with tight timing schedules, powerful algorithms and computational techniques, are inevitable.
International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (CSE) provides a platform for the scientist, computer professionals and students to present their research findings to the international audience. Its objective is to dissemination of original research work on computing science and informatics. It caters to the need of computational scientists, numerical analysts, biologists, engineers, researchers, and graduate students in computing science, informatics and related disciplines.
Topic of Interest CSE covers all aspects of computational science and engineering. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to :
Scientific and engineering computing, Problem-solving environments, Advanced numerical computation and optimisation, Complex systems: modelling and simulation, Parallel and distributed computing,Architectures and computation models, compiler, hardware and OS issues, so on
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