Journal Vol – 15 No -2, February 2020

REVIEW ON TARGET TRACKING METHODS FOR UNDERWATER ACOUSTIC SENSORS

Authors:

Divin Ganpathi T,Dhananjay A M,Jalendra H E,Kavya A P,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.02.00031

Abstract:

Acoustic waves are used for communication systems in underwater civilian as well as military applications. Underwater acoustic target tracking is an important component of marine exploration. A large number of target tracking methods are being used based on the nature of the marine environment. In this paper, we survey recent research on underwater tracking technologies. Classification of different under water target tracking algorithms are made based on methods used. The algorithms are analysed to identify the most appropriate one for underwater target tracking. The challenges and issues is also discussed. 

Keywords:

Target tracking,Acoustic sensors,Underwater communication,Wireless sensor networks,

Refference:

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A REVIEW ON WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL

Authors:

Nikesh V V,Hitesh K B,K Rakesh,Joel J Antony,Mohammed Nabeel Khan,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.02.00032

Abstract:

A review on different methods used to measure the level of water in a reservoir and its control. Water is an extremely important resource for every living organism on the planet and its wastage should be prevented. Water level measurement in overhead/underground tanks and its control is very crucial. A number of methods are there to measure the level of water in a reservoir and most of these methods have their advantages and disadvantages. The different water storage methods have their unique challenges in water level measurement and it control. Various types of sensors are used to make the measurements and an appropriate communication technology is used. Here a survey of the different method used for the measurement and control are discussed. Zigbee based measurement and control system was found to be the most efficient.

Keywords:

Water Level,Sensors,Ultrasonic,ZigBee,Control,

Refference:

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FORMULATION OF AN APPROXIMATE GENERALIZED FIELD DATA BASE MODEL FOR COTTON SPINNING MACHINE

Authors:

Shilpa P Bhorkar,V. N. Bhaiswar,J. P. Modak,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.02.00033

Abstract:

The present paper describes the formation of Mathematical Model for vibration amplitude, processing time, energy consumption, and productivity of cotton spinning machine. Traditionally spinning is the process in which twisting of yarn
fiber of drawn – out standard. For this research, solar powered spinning machine (amber charkha) is selected. So this research work is carried out for the study of machine with respect to vibration amplitude, processing time, energy consumption, and productivity andto optimize all these dependant parameters. This MathematicalModel resembles the relationship between independent variables and dependent variables. As such mathematical model (log-log model) has been formed along with reliability test and sensitivity analysis.Study concludes the effect on dependent parameter due to variation in independent parameter.This research paper revealedremedial action for smoother and good outputs of the spinning machine.

Keywords:

Mathematical Modeling,spinning machine,vibration amplitude,

Refference:

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