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Volume 1 Issue 7 August 2014 Edition

  

DIGITAL LIBRARY SERVICES BASED ON ANDROID USING PUBLIC CLOUD
HARSHAD KALE, GANESH RANE, SAGAR SHENDE
pp 171-174
Abstract: Cloud Computing is the new technology for overall IT industry But it was already Using from 30 years ago. The old technology was for server. Further development of new technologies, and said there was a cloud computing. This paper sets the stage to explain what is going on in the world of cloud computing. This paper explains how to access cloud computing for clients and the different applications you can expect, as well as the cloud’s relationship to the Internet. We also talk about cloud computing infrastructure, how it is built and how to get cloud services for digital library. Today the Digital Library is a new thing, but it is limited to only one college, university or particular area space. You can provide public cloud services for digital library using android mobile application, web service etc. with security and privacy.
STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE OF CONCRETE BY PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT WITH HYPO SLUDGE (PAPER WASTE)
ABDULLAH SHAHBAZ KHAN, RAM PANTH, GAGAN KRISHNA R.R, SURESH G. PATIL
pp 175-181
Abstract: The rapid increase in construction activities leads to active shortage of conventional construction materials such as cement, fine aggregate and coarse aggregate. Researches were searching for cheaper materials that can be used as substitute for these materials. In the world of concrete many artificial pozzolans are found by research such as fly ash, blast furnace slag, silica fume, rice husk ash, etc other than this the recent studies has show that the waste from paper industries has pazzolanic property termed as hypo sludge hypo sludge contains low calcium and minimum amount of silica. Hypo sludge behaves like cement because of silica and magnesium properties. The silica and magnesium improve the setting of concrete. By utilizing hypo sludge the strength will be increased and also cost reduction in the concrete is achieved. The present dissertation work is directed towards developing low cost concrete from paper industry waste. Dissertation work is carried out with M20 & M30 grade concrete with W/c ratio of 0.55 & 0.45 respectively as a control specimen and hypo sludge is replaced in different percentages such as 10%, 20%, and 30% by weight of cement. Cubes of 150mm x 150mm size, Cylinders of 100 mm dia and 200mm height, and prisms of 100 mm x 100mm x 500mm are casted for conventional concrete and RPH (Replacement of hypo sludge by weight of cement) test specimen respectively. Test was conducted to study the mechanical properties of concrete, such as compressive strength, split tensile strength and flexural strength. The curing period should be 3, 7 and 28 days.
DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF HIGH SPEED LOW AND AREA CMOS BASED COMPARATOR WITH DIFFERENT ARCHITECTURES
SUMIT SINGH, PARIKHA CHAWLA
pp 182-185
Abstract: A High Speed CMOS Comparator is proposed to have low area and high speed. It uses the conventional data to form a new data for improvement in design. The comparator is having low offset voltage but cannot reduce to zero due to internal parameters. The circuit designing obtained from Hysteresis effects obviously having positive feedback. The proposed structure is also having strong immune against noise and offset voltage. The required area is reduced as compared to other structure is 2µm. Structures are proposed on nanometer technology. Simulated Circuit exhibited low propagation delay, high speed and low area. These are compared for digital devices to get superior circuits.
A LITERATURE REVIEW ON DETECTION OF GRAY HOLE ATTACK IN MANET AODV ROUTING PROTOCOL
GARIMA NEEKHRA,SHARDA PATEL,ASHOK VARMA
pp 186-189
Abstract: In MANET, the Gray Hole attack, is a node in the network start behaving like a Gray hole node that selectively drops and forwards data packets after advertises itself as having the shortest path to the destination node in response to a route request message. Many researchers have given different solutions for preventing and detecting this attack. We have discussed some of the proposed solution in this survey.