Journal of Control System and Control Instrumentation

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M. Shoikhedbrod
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Obtaining foam materials with high physical and mechanical properties is one of the most important tasks, associated with the needs of the chemical industry, medicine, mechanical engineering and space technology. Known methods for producing foam materials create foam materials by foaming aqueous dispersions of high polymers, using thermal decomposition of organic and inorganic substances, by using radiation degradation of a thermoplastic polymer; by foaming polyurethane compositions by injection of condensed hydrogen under high pressure and others. All these methods, on the one hand, are uneconomical and harmful. The toxicity of thermal decomposition products and the unfavorable influence of the chemical nature of gas-forming agents worsen the properties of the resulting material. On the other hand, these processes only produce certain foams, which greatly limit their applicability to a wide range of foams. This article presents the developed automated process control system of production of advanced foam materials using a programmable logic controller, in the RAM of which a computer program is embedded, which allows the use of vibroturbulization intensive mixing with optimal parameters for the formation of electrolytic hydrogen bubbles from the hydrogen gas entering to the chamber with a thermoplastic, obtained separately in the electrolysis chamber by electrolysis of water, and uniform saturation by them of the thermoplastic at its melting temperature in automatic mode.
Hema Latha, M. Rajesh, K. Shenpriya, N.K. Santhiya
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The Low Cost Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) sensor's fabrication and calibration are discussed in this study. The iron core of the built LVDT measures 8 inches in length and 1 inch in diameter, while the probe is 4.5 inches long and 0.5 inches in diameter. By using a 1 cm known surface displacement to measure the voltage at 6.35 V, the performance of the LVDT was determined. The unknown surface waviness about voltage is measured using the constant of the known surface displacement from this. This sensor's performance accuracy ranges from 97.6% to 99.96%. When compared to other market sensors, the manufactured LVDT costs only about $28, which is little.
Hema Latha, M. Rajesh, K. Shenpriya, N.K. Santhiya
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Climate change, noise, water and air pollution, as well as other environmental problems, are becoming increasingly serious due to the rapid growth of the human population, industrialization, infrastructure improvements, the development of cars, and the use of fossil fuels. It is crucial to keep an eye on these problems and offer strategies to solve them in order to guarantee a healthy life and a brighter future. A new area of study that can help with the monitoring of noise and air pollution is called "smart sensor networks," which combines computer science, wireless communication, and electronics. Here, we propose an IoT-based system for monitoring air quality and noise pollution that will enable us to keep an eye on and assess these factors in specific locations. The system monitors the air for the presence of dangerous gases or compounds using a variety of wind sensors, and it continuously updates this information on a compact controller. Additionally, our system keeps track of audio intensity and transmits this information to an online server using IoT. The microcontroller that interprets this data and sends it over the Internet communicates with the sensors. This enables the government to keep an eye on, manage, and take action against air pollution in diverse locations. Additionally, respected authorities may keep an eye on noise pollution around hospitals, schools, and other non-wooded places. If the system notices problems with air quality or noise, it will alert authorities so they can take appropriate measures to mitigate the problem.
Shweta Dhuraji More, Shilpa Nandedkar, Shilpa Kodgire
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The system proposed in this paper is an advanced result for covering the all conditions at a particular place and making the information visible anywhere in the world. The technology behind this is the Internet of Things (IoT), which is an advanced and effective result for connecting the effects to the internet and to connect the entire world of effects in a network. Then effects might be whatever like electronic widgets, detectors and automotive electronic outfits. The system deals with monitoring and controlling the environmental conditions like temperature, relative moisture and CO position with detectors and sends the information to the web runner and compass the detector data as graphical statistics. The data streamlined from the enforced system can be accessible on the internet from anywhere in the world.
P Ranjith Kumar, D Shaik Rabbani, G Pavan Kumar, C Saicharith
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In India, agriculture is a prominent feature Agriculture has a considerable impact on the Indian financial system, since agriculture either directly or indirectly supports about half of the nation's population To monitor the water level in the field and to turn on and off the water pump, a farmer must go to the farm, sometimes even in the middle of the night. This issue can be resolved by improving traditional farming methods in many ways. To convert conventional farming into smart farming, a new machine might be created or developed. By using a soil moisture sensor, this work aims to design a clean water pump controller. The Message Queue Telemetry Transport protocol is used to send and receive sensor data. The NodeMCU-12E regulates the movement of a water pump based on the state of the soil moisture content of the fabric and shows data from the soil moisture sensor and water pump performance on a web page or mobile application. This advances a safe, flexible, trust-capable, function and coffee in value machine to address the aforementioned agricultural irrigation problem. By enforcing this responsibility, we can reduce the amount of water utilized in manufacturing, agriculture, and the production of power. Examples of high-tech farming practices include precision farming, smart irrigation, crop water management, and real-time water metering.
B. Obulesu, B. Vasavi, C. Yogeswari, T. Sailaja, M. Veda Samhitha
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In Today’s world, transport is essential to the public and with the rise in population accidently increased in the vehicle usage, this leads to more accidents. Most of the accidents occur due to the consumption of alcohol, the speed of the vehicle exceeds, or when the driver felt drowsy. There are many sensors that are used to detect. In this project we are using the alcohol sensor and eye blink sensor. These sensors are connected to the Node MCU ESP8266. Node MCU ESP8266 has the inbuilt Wi-Fi. These are placed on the PCB.       The speed of the vehicle slows down when it detects the abnormal condition of the driver. The buzzer gives the beep sound when it detects the drowsiness of the driver and senses the alcohol detection. And also a notification message is sent to the mobile, by using the blynk application.  
Sonal Dhiman, Ravi Jaiswal, Siddharth Srivastava
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In the current situation, demand for WSN has grown rapidly due to low cost, small scale, lightweight and wireless sensors in various applications such as weather control, petroleum, and military applications. One of WSN's big challenges is to maximize the network’s lifespan. The lifespan of the network is commonly defined as the time the first node does not transmit its data to the base station. The dilemma can be overcome by data compression technology, which decreases network flow and also saves resources by merging multiple input packets into a single packet if confidential information becomes strongly clustered. A study of the routing protocols for wireless sensor networks was presented in this research article. For the long life of the devices, and the network, energyintensive routing strategies were used. That is the main aim of this paper.
P. Vishnu Kumar, V. Keerthi, D. Ambika Devi, Y. Geethika Sashi, J. Hari Priya
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Most of the mine disasters occur due to explosion and fire. This proposed system consists of a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) sensor, a driver circuit & a Blower which are operated with the help of LabVIEW where methane gas concentration present in subterranean coal mine can be tracked, examined and the generation of a signal by LabVIEW. If the concentration of the methane gas reaches (5-15%), the Blower pumps the atmospheric air into the subterranean coal mine which helps to dilute the methane gas. In a critical situation, the emergency signal will be sent to the fire and police department with the help of the GSM network and through mailing (Gmail) using Lab VIEW.
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