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Volume 1 Issue 1

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Title : Solid Waste Management and Energy Generation by Natural Ways

Authors : Suyog Giri

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Nowadays in this tsunami of global warming and climate change, the project seems to be very effective one for the energy generation and solid waste management technique. In this  project , moreover natural ways are taken into consideration. The weapon animals like cows, buffalo ,chickens, duck, earthworm etc are used. Mostly 70-80% of the daily waste in our community is organic and degradable one .This huge amount of waste is used directly fed to the cattle(infertile one mostly in the case of cattle) and the remaining and animal wastes are directly used for the generation of BIOGAS. Other animals work together for the waste settlement for ex: duck(fish waste),hen(rotted product),earthworm(for Fermi composting of the slurry of biogas product)etc. The project not only safely settles the waste but also helps for the income generation and employment which can help to prevent the youth of Nepal for migrating to foreign land too.

The heavy,pollution creating and expensive equipments for waste management can be easily replaced by this sort of technique. The basic idea to this project is collection of waste separately for different eco friendly uses. The system can be accessed and monitored with the help of different application softwares  (mobiles ,tablets)too. The timing of waste collection vehicles can be easily monitored with the help of these techniques. The method seems to be environment friendly and easily handled. The method can be practiced in the south Asian countries too. .This simple project can be easily implemented and fruitful end results can be surely observed.


Title : Hydrogen production from Hydrogen Sulfide Wastestream using Ru/Cd0.6Zn0.4S Photocatalyst

Authors : Thangam N, Suganya Devi B, Lalitha Muthu AC

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The depletion of non-renewable energy source and increasing levels of environmental pollution are both becoming serious global concerns. The conversion of solar energy into hydrogen via H2S splitting process assisted by semiconductor photocatalysts is one of the most attractive and focused way of achieving clean and renewable energy systems. A novel Ru 2+ doped Cd0.6Zn0.4S nanophotocatalyst was synthesized by co-precipitation method. The physical characterization of the nanophotocatalyst had been carried out by XRD, SEM, UV-DRS and EDS. The XRD patterns showed that a new structural peak was found instead of original peaks with mixture of Ru doped Cd0.6Z0.4S having a particle size of 4.9 nm. The band gap energy of 2.61 eV and threshold wavelength of 475 nm were found using UV-DRS.The photocatalytic generation of H2 from simulated sulfide wastewater under visible light irradiation were conducted with two different reactors viz., trapezoidal and cylindrical tapered bottom reactors. The comparison of performance also reveals that the trapezoidal reactor produce higher rate of H2 production (4063 µmol/h) than the cylindrical tapered bottom reactor (3169 µmol/h). The quantum efficiency of 10.1% at 560 nm was found in trapezoidal reactor. This composite exhibited much higher photocatalytic activity for the generation of hydrogen (H2).



Title : Design and Development of Miniaturized Pulse Oximeter for Continuous Spo2 and HR Monitoring with Wireless Technology

Authors : Rekha Chandra R, Safeer K P, Srividya P

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This paper demonstrates the design of a Pulse Oximeter using 8 bit Atmel Microcontroller .The Oxygen Saturation of blood (SpO2) and Pulse Rate are the two important parameters for monitoring patient’s health condition. The method that has been used to measure pulse rate is widely known as photo-plethysmo-graphy (PPG). The Pulse Oximeter is one of the medical device used to measure SpO2 and pulse rate of a person and its readings is analyzed using developed algorithm. The proposed system consists of Finger tip sensor, Analog device, 8 bit Atmel Microcontroller circuit and display unit (PC). The oxygen saturation of blood can be calculated by measuring different intensities of red and infrared lights operating at different wavelengths of 660nm and 940nm. The pulse rate can be calculated by measuring the peaks of IR signal between the elapsed time. All these parameters are measured and then transferred to PC via Bluetooth for displaying the results. Practically, any body part can be used to measure pulse rate through the sensor, although fingertips and earlobes are commonly targeted.


Title : The Insider Threats

Authors : Marwan Albahar

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This paper is aimed at discussing on how the so called privileged users place the important data at a risk. Also, this paper will handle issues to do with how data in some organizations are violated by intrinsic users via malicious actions. In this respect, this paper will shed light on three dimensions in which sensitive information can be protected. To start with, how can one restrict the degree of access to the sensitive info even if the user is logged in with strong accounts for instance administrator’s access? How can organizations set rules to safeguard sensitive data plus implement new technologies on the same? And lastly, what is the process and order needed for mitigation in case of leakage in data?

Let’s start by limiting the access of the users even when logged in with the administrator accounts which are the most powerful; in order to have a high level of data security, creating an account with least privileges will be a good move in respect to data security. More so, it is good to examine the actions of the privileged user’s action and the risk that they might cause.

 Also, it is good to implement the best technology that will ensure that the data of a certain organization is not pruned to any form of internal risk. This guarantees the organization of safety of information from the intrinsic side. To start with, the most effective way to reduce the risk of sensitive data is by applying data-centric security; i.e. the manner in which data-centric security is employed plus the presented authorization procedure. This should be followed by the establishment of the firewall as the second procedure in the process of authorization and authentication. The firewall building and the huge of implementation are aimed at time-wastage reduction.


Title : Design of Rectangular Patch Wi-Fi Antenna using Coaxial Feed

Authors : Sneha, Raghavendra Patidar

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In this Paper, a rectangular patch Wi-Fi antenna using coaxial feed is designed, with complete mathematical calculations and the results are simulated using IE3D software with an operating frequency of 2.4  GHz. Wi-Fi is a wireless      networking technology that allows computers and other devices to communicate over a wireless signal, it is also used to create a wireless LAN .Wi-Fi antenna are used at both 2.4GHz and 5 GHz. The Wi-Fi frequency is highest frequency on the mobile phone among all the application frequency. As the Microstrip patch antennas are small in size, light weight and integrated easily on device. the antenna performance is measured on IE3D software and we get optimum result.