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Ensuring Secure Cloud Premises : An Approach Towards Enhancing Security

Authors: Nirmla Sen, Monali Sahu

Abstract-- The concept of Cloud Computing comprises of many computers which are connected through a real time network like that of internet. Cloud computing is a dynamic delivery of information technology resources and capabilities as a service over the internet. It is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a service over the internet. Cloud provides facility to share distributed resources and services that belong to different organizations or sites. In this paper we have proposed an innovative technique for generating a dynamic password which is applied to authenticate the cloud computing platform. The Proposed technique is based on the one time password generated through a device.

Keywords- Cryptography, Public Key, Encrypted one time password.


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Electricity Generation by Application of Foot Pressure on Floor Tiles

Authors: Kshirsagar A.T., Bhadane Y.B., Shewale S.S., Tirse S.S., Deore R.S., Bhane A.B.

Abstract— In India there is major problem of electricity which faced by people who lives in country. Electricity generation by floor tiles is an inventive and very useful concept. Electricity is the form of energy and it is basic part of nature. We get electricity, by primary sources like coal, natural gas, oil, nuclear power and other natural sources and here we generate electricity, which is the secondary source. The modern equipments and advancement rely on the electricity in this technological reign. Electricity acts as a essential backbone to this achievements. Calculate all the losses which caused by the shortage of electricity! Now there are more methods for generation of electricity. Generating of electricity from floor tiles or foot step is the eco-friendly method. Power crisis is one of the major topics to be discussed. The solution for this problem is that using of renewable resources. From this renewable resource we can generate electricity. The only resource that has not been utilised, is human resource. With suitable method the expected amount of power is tapped out from the human resource. We have utilised the human power to production of electricity, also we have uses a mechanical setups with small scales under flooring system. When the people walk over the floor platform, by application of human weight pressure the displacement of floor tile is done, due to that electricity is generated and this energy is stored in battery. This method will an efficient output if it is installed in countries where population is more. As per strategy, large power can be tapped out with the installation of this equipment.

Keywords— Electricity generation, pressure, spring, gear train.


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Recent Technologies in Automobiles: Need of Motorised Screw Jack: A Review

Authors: Pawar R. R., Shinde M. S., Shinde A. B., Garde M. B., Bhane A.B.

Abstract— The purpose of this paper is to design a screw jack which is easy for operating, safe and able to lift and lowering the car without spending much effort. Available car jacks are typically manually operated and therefore require more physical effort on the part of the user. Such jacks creates difficulties for the elderly, handicapped, and women’s. Disadvantageous in bad weather conditions. And this is a waste of time and even will endanger if jacking and changing the tire is in hurry. So, for that reason electrical-powered jacks not only remove the task of lifting an Automobile via manually operated jacks, but also decrease the time needed to repair the automobile. This is a review of one type of automation project.

Keywords – D.C motor, Gear & pinion, Lifting Arm, On/Off switch, Power screw, Speed reduction.


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Modeling and Simulation of Multi-Drive Clutch

Authors: Karanjkar A. S., Barve P. C., Adhav R. B., Pandey M. D., Londhe B. C., Bhane A. B.

Abstract— The transmission of power from driving shaft to driven shaft is generally carried out by clutch. Hence the mechanism used in the clutch assembly plays an important role in the power transmission. One of the vital system of the automobile is clutch system. The occurrence of slippage between the friction plate and flywheel generates excessive amount of heat energy which leads to the rise in the temperature at their operating surface. Due to this continuous action clutch system undergoes surface thermo-mechanical deformation and also there are burnout and wear-out chances. In this paper the clutch is designed by combining centrifugal action in single plate clutch transmission mechanism, to overcome above drawbacks. Various transmission model of clutch is prepared by using modelling software NX-CAD unigraphics.

Keywords— Assembly, NX-CAD, Slippage, Thermomechanical deformation, Transmission.


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Mechanical Operated Non-Return Break for Heavy Duty Vehicle

Authors: Gunjal. P.S., Landge S.R., Walunj P.D, Rasal S.E., Shinde R.S., Bhane A.B.

Abstract— In this study, while climbing of hill in ghat section due to higher gradiability and loading condition most of the time commercial vehicle fail to climb the ghat section, they may come return or most of the driver used stone or wooden blocks to avoid such situation and after completion of ghat they kept stone as it is. This may be responsible for accident of other road users or in other situation the vehicle subject to accident. By this concept we develop simple ratchet and pawl mechanism along with brake system of heavy duty vehicle. This will avoid reverse motion of vehicle while climbing of ghat section, also its overcome driver effort to stop the vehicle and reduce load on braking system and transmission system along with engine.

Keywords— Ratchet and pawl, Hand lever, Wheel drum, Stype mechanism, Brake cable.


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The Dual Stroke Can Crusher

Authors: Khanapure Laxmikant R., Patil Vijay S., Madhawai Dnyaneshwar A., Navale Ashutosh L., Dokfode A.B., Bhane A. B.

Abstract- In this study, the dual stroke can crusher is crush the empty cans and it is designed for crushing aluminium cans only. This device used for crushing aluminium cans for easier storage in recycling bins thereby giving an extra space by flattening of cans. The single slider crank mechanism is the backbone of this project. This project is about designing and fabricating the aluminium Can Crusher to crush the can and transfer it to anywhere. The special feature of this project is automatic removal of crushed can from the crushing site and also automatic feed of new cans to be crushed without human intervention.

Keywords-- Can Crusher, Ram, Two electric motors and 12-V DC battery.


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Simplistic Analysis of Wireless Sensor Networks Threats and Counter Measures for Different Protocols

Authors: G.Aswan Kumar, Balwinder Singh, Krishna Kanth, Sirisha

Abstract— Wireless Sensor networks (WSN) is an emerging technology and have great potential to be employed in critical situations like battlefields and commercial applications such as building, traffic surveillance, habitat monitoring and smart homes and many more scenarios. One of the major challenges wireless sensor networks face today is security. While the deployment of sensor nodes in an unattended environment makes the networks vulnerable to a variety of potential attacks, the inherent power and memory limitations of sensor nodes makes conventional security solutions unfeasible. The sensing technology combined with processing power and wireless communication makes it profitable for being exploited in great quantity in future. The wireless communication technology also acquires various types of security threats. This paper discusses a wide variety of attacks in WSN and their classification mechanisms and different securities available to handle them including the challenges faced.

Keywords—Wireless Sensor Networks, Attacks, Wormhole Attack, Sensor Nodes, Sinkhole attack


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Air Conditioning System Using Vehicle Suspension

Authors: Borse S.H., Satpute A.G., Mude J.M., Pokale R.S., Wabale A. D., Bhane A.B.

Abstract— Now a day we have required fuel efficient car. But the engine of the cars is not efficient when the load on car is high. For this purpose we have reduce the load on engine that is to run the AC and Compressor. Instead of engine power we are used the suspension system for producing compressed air and AC effect Vice- Versa. Current air-conditioning systems can reduce the fuel economy of high fuel economy vehicles. And also in previous days there is wastage of energy in suspension system that is linear motion of suspension system, which is also use for compress the air by using piston-cylinder arrangement. By using this compress air we can run AC system in the car and save fuel economy

Keywords— Vehicle Suspension, Compress Air Production, AC System, Air Suspension


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Recent Development in Agricultural Machine: Cocktail Harvester

Authors: Sangle T. P., Kale S. K., Ghuge A. S., Joshi S. A., Kadlag P. K., Shinde R. S., Bhane A. B.

Abstract- In this study, the modern machine going to establish for agriculture work easily and effortless with minimum cost and less time as well as less labor requirement engineer are busy in designing separate machine for farm work with different way, such type of machine for harvesting all types of crop are design cocktail harvester.it worked as per manually worked sequenced stepwise while removing crops from farm, it cuts the crop and carry in one side of farm. And machine is in compact size and less costly available, easily handle and fuel also required also less rate. For harvesting, wheat, millet, maize, rice, grass above the ground crops as well as below the ground means potato, onion, carrot, bits also harvest and collects at one side with single labor work in 2 hours for 1 hector in 1 liter fuel.it is more advantages for harvester for farmers with minimum size, less weight, less cost, more time saving machine, easily and effortless operation.

Keyword- Agricultural equipment, harvester, sickle.


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Three-In-One Agricultural Vehicle System

Authors: Gare N.B., Devkar G.R., Deshmukh M.B., Garud Y.R., Baviskar A.C., Bhane A. B.

Abstract— The paper deals with utilization of solar energy and it is converted into the chemical energy, which is used to drive the different units of the system. In this paper we had tried to explain how the different agriculture equipments are combined and work together efficiently with reducing the manufacturing cost which will be in affordable beget.

Keywords— Agricultural vehicle, Spraying machine, Dusting machine, Cutting machine.


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