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IJERD : Volume 14 - Issue 6

Version - 1 (June - 2018)


Dhanushree.Y, Indrani.N, Santosh.N, Vidya Vani.R, Dr.Rajeshwari.J

Heart Disease Prediction By Machine Learning
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The growth of big data in the healthcare field enables easy and early prediction of the disease and ensures the patients care. As there are different characteristics for different diseases in the different regions, the prediction of the disease outbreaks will not be so accurate so machine learning algorithms are streamlined for predicting the chronic diseases effectively and to solve the difficulty of incomplete data. The modified prediction models are experimented over the real life hospital data for the disease prediction.
Diseases, Hospitals, Prediction algorithms, Big Data, Data models.

[1]. P. Groves, B. Kayyali, D. Knott, and S. van Kuiken, The`Big Data 'Revolution in Healthcare: Accelerating Value and Innovation. USA:Center for US Health System Reform Business Technology Office, 2013.
[2]. P. B. Jensen, L. J. Jensen, and S. Brunak, ``Mining electronic healthRecords: Towards better research applications and clinical care,'' Nature Rev. Genet., vol. 13, no. 6, pp. 395_405, 2012.
[3]. M. Chen, Y. Ma, Y. Li, D. Wu, Y. Zhang, and C. Youn, ``Wearable 2.0:Enable human-cloud integration in next generation healthcare system,''IEEE Commun., vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 54_61, Jan. 2017.
[4]. D. Oliver, F. Daly, F. C. Martin, and M. E. McMurdo, ``Risk factors and risk assessment tools for falls in hospital in-patients: A systematic review, 'Age Ageing, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 122_130, 2004.
[5]. D. W. Bates, S. Saria, L. Ohno-Machado, A. Shah, and G. Escobar, ``Big data in health care: Using analytics to identify and manage high-risk and high-cost patients,'' Health Affairs, vol. 33, no. 7, pp. 1123_1131,2014.

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Dhanushree.Y, Indrani.N, Santosh.N, Vidya Vani.R, Dr.Rajeshwari.J "Heart Disease Prediction By Machine Learning" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 14, Issue 6 (June 2018)
MID 1406.067X.0001. India
Page 01-06
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Basavaraj N Itnal, Ravi Patil, H N Rajakumara

Effect of Natural Sand Replacement by Fly Ash and Bottom Ash in Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete
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In reviewing technology advances through the centuries it is evident that material developments plays a key role in. Considerable efforts are still being made in every part of the world to develop new construction materials. In the construction industry, concrete technology is heading towards entirely new era by the use of Fly ash, Bottom ash, Steel fibers and glass fibers in concrete. While conventional concrete has poor tensile strength, low resistant to tensile cracking, so its capacity to absorb energy is limited. The weakness in tension is conventionally overcome by strengthening their matrix with steel and more recently by reinforcing with fibrous materials. Concrete when mixed with fibres, give fibrous concrete. The mechanical property of fibrous concrete is superior to that of ordinary concrete. Fly ash and Bottom ash will be evaluated for use as supplementary Fine aggregate material in Fine aggregate based system, the performance of Fly ash and Bottom ash mixtures will be compared to controlled mixtures and mixtures incorporating Fly ash and Bottom ash as replacement for Fine aggregate..................
fibers, natural sand, strength, concrete, weight, fly ash, bottom ash, slump.

[1]. Aggarwal P., Aggarwal Y., Gupta S.M. ― "Effect of bottom ash as replacement of fine aggregates in concrete" Asian Journal of Ci vil Engineering (building and housing) Vol.8, (2007) pp. 49-62.
[2]. Kadam M.P., Patil.Y.D. ― "Effect of coal bottom ash as sand replacement on the properties of concrete with different W/C ratio" In ternational Journal of Advanced Technology in Civil Engineering, Vol. 2, 2013 pp. 45-50.
[3]. Mark Whittaker, Rachel Taylor, Qui Li, Shuangxinli Li, and Dr.Leon Black ― "The effects of bottom ash as a partial cement Repl acement" University of Leeds, School of Civil Engineering, e-Engineering, issue.1 (2009).
[4]. MohdSyahrul, Hisyambin and ZulkifliMuda "The p roperties of special concrete using washed bottom ash (WBA) as partial sand replacement" International Journal of Sustainable Construction Engineering and Technology Vol.1 Dec (2010) pp. 64-76.
[5]. Pofale A. D., and Deo S.V. ― "Comparative long term study of concrete mix design procedure for fine aggregate replacement with fly ash by minimum voids method and maximum density method" KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering (2010) pp.759-764.

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Basavaraj N Itnal, Ravi Patil, H N Rajakumara "Effect of Natural Sand Replacement by Fly Ash and Bottom Ash in Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Concrete" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 14, Issue 6 (June 2018)
MID 1406.067X.0002. India
Page 07-16
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Eray Yılmazlar, Volkan Erdemir, Hilmi Kuşçu, Aydın Güllü

Designof Stepper MotorControlInterfaceWithEmbedded Systems
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In this study, the interface design which can be controlled in real time by the step motors which are widely used in the industrial area has been realized. For the purpose of the realized project, the use of the interface screens of the embedded system cards, which can see the same task instead of expensive industrial organs, has been realized. In the interface screen, the design for stepper motor cycle, number of steps, direction and speed control is created. The experimental set is designed to control for different stepper motors on the 7" display with raspberry pi. Remote access is provided between the interface screen and raspberry pi via the Windows IOT operating system. The interface screen design was made with the Microsoft Visual Studio program and run on the touch screen...............
Stepper motor, Interface, Control, Embedded Systems

[1]. Gubbi, J., et al., Internet of Things (IoT): A vision, architectural elements, and future directions. Future generation computer systems, 2013. 29(7): p. 1645-1660.
[2]. Lee, I. and K. Lee, The Internet of Things (IoT): Applications, investments, and challenges for enterprises. Business Horizons, 2015. 58(4): p. 431-440.
[3]. Korkmaz, H., et al. Developing a graduate level embedded system programming course content by using blended programming methodologies: Text-based and graphical. in Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON), 2014 IEEE. 2014. IEEE.
[4]. Raspberry. Raspberry Pi. 2018 07/08/2018]; Available from: https://www.raspberrypi.org/.
[5]. Fa-Qun, Q., J. Xue-Dong, and Z. Shi-qing, Design of stepping motor control system based on AT89C51 microcontroller. Procedia Engineering, 2011. 15: p. 2276-2280.

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Eray Yılmazlar, Volkan Erdemir, Hilmi Kuşçu, Aydın Güllü "Designof Stepper MotorControlInterfaceWithEmbedded Systems" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 14, Issue 6 (June 2018)
MID 1406.067X.0003, TURKEY
Page 17-22
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M.Sheshagiri, Dr.B.V.Sankerram

Enhancement Of Power Transfer Capability For Ieee Bus Systems By Using Power Flow Methods
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In order to facilitate the electricity market operation and trade in the restructured environment, ample transmission capability should be provided to satisfy the demand of increasing power transactions. The conflict of this requirement and the restrictions on the transmission expansion in the restructured electrical market has motivated the development of methodologies to enhance the Available Power Transfer Capability of the existing transmission grids. One of the conventional strategies is by inserting FACTS devices in electrical systems seems to be a promising strategy to enhance power transfer capability. In this paper, the work has been carried out on IEEE 14 bus system with different power flow methods like continuation power flow method, repeated power flow methods are employed to obtain the optimal settings for FACTS controllers and reducing losses, power balancing and control, reduce locational marginal price.
Available Transfer Capability(ATC), Flexible AC Transmission Systems, continuation method, repeated power flow(RPF) methods, transient and steady state operations.

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[4]. P. A. Lof, T. Smed, G. Anderson, and D. J. Hill, ―Fast calculation of a voltage stability index,‖ IEEE Trans. on Power Systems, vol. 7, no. 1,pp. 54–64, Feb.1992..
[5]. L. Bao, Z. Huang, and W. Xu, ―On-line voltage stability monitoring using var reserves,‖ IEEE Trans. Power Syst., vol. 18, no. 4, pp.1461 –1469, Nov. 2003.

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M.Sheshagiri, Dr.B.V.Sankerram "Enhancement Of Power Transfer Capability For Ieee Bus Systems By Using Power Flow Methods" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 14, Issue 6 (June 2018)
MID 1406.067X.0004. India
Page 23-32
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Shreyas Kulkarni, Akshay Auti, Yogesh Kudale, Suraj Sayare

Fourth Industrial Revolution "Laminated Object Manufacturing"
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Today's global market has brought a fundamental change in the product development philosophy where there are multiple manufacturers who produce the same product of diverse quality. The manufacturer should be capable of developing a high quality self-supporting object, low cost product from recyclable material with aim of customer satisfaction. For this the product needs to be tested before manufacturing in a large scale. This is achieved with rapid prototyping method. Laminated object manufacturing is one of the types of rapid prototyping which is used to make 3-Dimensional physical object directly by using cad data. This is done by loading thin layers of plastic one on another to create a solid model. This paper elaborates construction & working of laminated object manufacturing method to print a 3- dimensional product.
Product Development, Quality, Self-Supporting Object, Recyclable Material, Rapid Prototyping, Laminated Object Manufacturing.

[1]. Klosterman, D., R. Chartoff, N. Osborne, G. Graves, A. Lightman, G. Han, A. Bezeredi, S. Rodrigues, S. Pak, G. I(almanovich, L.Dodin, S. Tu, "Curved Layer LOM of Ceramics and Composites," Prototyping Technology International '98, (Annual Review Book), ed. Jonathan Lawson, UK & International Press, Surrey, UK, April, 1998, pp.145-149.
[2]. Klosterman, D., R. Chart off,et aI., "Automated Fabrication of Monolithic and Ceramic Matrix Composites via Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM)," Proceedings ofthe Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium, Austin, TX, August, 1997, pp. 537-549.
[3]. Klosterman, D.A.,B.E. Priore and R.P. Chartoff, "Laminated Object Manufacturing of Polymer Matrix Composites", Proc. i h Int. Conf. Rapid Prototyping, University ofDayton and Stanford University, San Francisco, CA, March 1997.
[4]. Steidle, C.C., AutomatgdFabrication ofBioceramic Bone Implants Using Laminated Object Manufacturing, M.S. Thesis, Chemical Engineering, University ofDayton, May, 1998.
[5]. Griffin, A., et aI., "Bioceramic RP Materials for Medical Models", Proc. i h Int. Con! Rapid Prototyping, University ofDayton and Stanford University, San Francisco, CA, March 1997.

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Shreyas Kulkarni, Akshay Auti, Yogesh Kudale, Suraj Sayare "Fourth Industrial Revolution "Laminated Object Manufacturing"" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 14, Issue 6 (June 2018)
MID 1406.067X.0005. India
Page 33-42
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