Archive for the ‘EE Projects’ Category

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Image Processing and Communication Projects

  1. IMPLEMENTATION OF BQ ALGORITHM & ARITHMETIC CODING FOR DATA COMPRESSION. 2. NOISE CLEANING USING AVERAGING, MEDIAN AND ROTATING FILTERS & CONTRAST ENHANCEMENT USING GAMMA CORRECTION OF DIGITAL TRUE COLOR IMAGES 3. IMPLEMENTATION OF EDGE DETECTION TECHNIQUES USING MATLAB Full story

List of Microcontroller based Mini Projects

1. Mobile phone (DTMF) controlled electrical device switching 2. Automatic advanced Railway gate Control System. 3. Digital Realtime Clock Implementation with Micro controller and LCD. 4. Industrial conveyer belt object counting system. 5. Intelligent High Power LED Street light Control System. Full story

Electrical Engineering Projects

  1. Mobile technology (GSM) based remote monitoring and control of digital Energy meter. Useful for Electricity Department personal for remote meter reading. Also useful to disconnect the power supply to consumer in case of non-payment of electric bill. This is also used to exchange messages like power cut timings with the consumers. 2. Controlling AC lamp Dimmer through Mobile Phone (IEEE-2010). 3. Multiple Transformers oil temperature monitoring with automatic circuit breaker operation with SMS based alerts. Full story

Innovative Enginerring Projects

1. Construction of central control unit for Irrigation water pumps.  Cost effective method to control entire villagers water pumps with user level authentication. Illiterates friendly system. 2. Finger Print and speech recognition based most secured vehicle access control system. 3. Touchscreen based advanced home automation system for next generation apartments. 4. Bluetooth based security enabled powered devices control system. 5. Voice recognition and voice guidance based GPS turn-by-turn navigator for blind with ultrasonic obstacle avoidance. Full story

Indigenously Developed Real Time Digital Simulator (POWERDRAW)

Source : http://www.iitkgp.ac.in In its present form it has the following capabilities : Adheres strictly to POSIX – compliant UNIX, X – WINDOWS and OSF – MOTIF for platform and operating system independence. Mapping of power system components to visual objects on the computer screen Constructing schematic maps of power system network with advanced features like drag & drop of various objects. Full story

The Virtual Filament Model

In the present work, a framework is proposed for studying autonomous agents which interact locally yet effect a globally coherent behavior. This problem of locally induced organization is ubiquitous in decentralized multi-robot environments and various micro- and macroscopic biological contexts (e.g., cellular chemotaxis, avian flocking). Full story

A clock controlled sun tracking system for solar photovoltaic and solar thermal collectors

The commercially available tracking systems make use of servomotors with feedback controllers, and add substantially to the overall cost of a solar energy system. They also require a power supply, and a sophisticated level of maintenance. Since the Solar energy devices are important for applications in decentralized systems, which are usually located in remote and rural areas, these two requirements are often not met. Consequently, tracking is normally dispensed with. Full story

Reliable Communication over Optical Fading Channels

In free space optical communication links, atmospheric turbulence causes random fluctuations in the refractive index of air at optical wavelengths, which in turn cause random fluctuations in the intensity and phase of a propagating optical signal. Full story

FBsim and the Fully Buffered DIMM Memory System Architecture

As DRAM device data rates increase in chase of ever increasing memory request rates, parallel bus limitations and cost constraints require a sharp decrease in load on the multi-drop buses between the devices and the memory controller, thus limiting the memory system’s scalability and failing to meet the capacity requirements of modern server and workstation applications. Full story

Virtual instrumentation: Introduction of virtual

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the next large particle accelerator developed at CERN, constructed to enable studies of particles. The acceleration of the particles is carried out using magnets operating at about 1.9 K, a temperature achieved by regulating flow of superfluid helium. For economical reasons, control of the helium flow is based on feedback of virtual flow meter (VFT) estimates instead of real instrumentation. Full story
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