Refractory Brick Industry Design PPT Presentation: Introduction Different types of refractory Product selection Reason for selection Market General shapes of products Process layout Raw Materials & Their Composition. Refractory Bricks are bricks that can withstand high temperature. A block of refractory ceramic material. Should not spall under rapid temperature change, and their strength should hold up well during rapid temperature changes. Dense firebricks are used in applications with extreme mechanical, chemical, or thermal stresses. In other, less harsh situations, more porous bricks are used. Fire clay refractory products are used by almost every industry, which has heat processing in the production process. Iron and steel, cement, petrochemicals, sugar, non-ferrous metal, glass and ceramic industries are some of the user industries. Iron and Steel industries account for 75% of the consumption of refractories. Thus, the demand for refractories is dependent on the growth of iron and steel industries in the country. Especially for insulating firebricks, the evaporation of volatile matters cause deformation or dimensional changes of the brick. Other type bricks may also require finishing. For this reason, after firing the bricks are machined to close dimensions possible. Fired, machined products are stored in shelves in sheds according their type. The humidity level, temperature, air flow etc. inside the shed should be maintained to exact suitable conditions. Raw Materials Transport 5 Trucks Products Transport 5 Trucks
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This is my first Telugu short film which shows smokers behavior. Director: shanthan.k Producer: Ramesh gavva-shashank Photography: udhay gurrala Budget: 6000/- Camera: panasonic 102 B part 2 link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36LNeJ970o8&feature=youtu.be
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Hostel management system project in vb.net, source code, project report, documentation, dfd, context diagram, PPT free download. http://1000projects.org/hostel-management-system-project-vb-net.html For More projects http://freeprojectscode.com/asp-net-projects/assignment-management-system/72/
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Information is traditionally confined to paper or digitally to a screen. Even though computing devices allows us to carry computers in our pockets, that connects to the digital world continuously, BUT is no link between our digital devices and our interactions with the physical world. 'Sixth Sense' is a wearable gestural interface that augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. It augments the physical world around us with digital information and lets us use natural hand gestures to interact with that information. A Pocket Projector Projects visual information to interfaces like wall, physical objects. A Camera Tracks user hand gestures. Colored Markers Movements of fiducials are interpreted into gestures.
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4G Wireless Technology: Using Analog signals Listen to handset Frequency typically 150MHz & above DRAWBACKS OF 1G: Poor voice quality Poor battery life Large phone size No security Frequent call drops Limited capacity and poor handoff reliability. 2G phones using global system for mobile communications (GSM) were first used in the early 1990 s in Europe. GSM provides voice and limited data services and uses digital modulation for improved audio quality. Digital AMPS , CDMA were some of the 2G systems.
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Hand tool selection Some things to consider when choosing a hand tool are: where the tool is to be used; the force needed to hold or use the tool; the direction of the force; the weight and the construction of the tool; and the number of repetitive actions needed.
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Wireless links: unique channel characteristics High, time-varying bit-error rate Broadcast where some nodes can't hear each other Mobile hosts: addressing and routing challenges Keeping track of the host's changing attachment point Maintaining a data transfer as the host moves Two specific technologies Wireless: 802.11 wireless LAN (aka "WiFi") Mobility: Mobile IP Interference from other sources Radio sources in same frequency band E.g., 2.4 GHz wireless phone interferes with 802.11b wireless LAN Electromagnetic noise (e.g., microwave oven)
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A Revolution In Circuit Breaker Operating Mechanism Technology Paper Presentation: To switch transmission lines, transformers, cables, busbars etc. Frequent switching of capacitor banks and reactor banks To open an electrical circuit To close/reclose an open circuit And of course the most important to clear a fault to protect equipment and human life! Motor Drive will be implemented in ALL ABB high voltage circuit-breaker applications Live Tank Circuit-Breakers Dead Tank Circuit-Breakers GIS PASS Compact & COMPASS Combined Generator Circuit-Breakers
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Analysis on Credit Card Fraud Detection Methods project is a IEEE 2011 cse project. Get this project for 50% off from http://1000projects.org
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Record Matching over Query Results from Multiple Web Databases is a IEEE 2010 cse project. Get this project for 50% off from http://1000projects.org
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Power Factor and improvement PPT Presentation: Resistance Current is in phase with the voltage. So, these are shown on the same line. Inductance When a coil of wire is wound on an iron core, it has inductance in addition to resistance. (The coil and core is sometimes referred to as choke or inductor.) On a purely inductive circuit, the current will lag the voltage by 90.
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4G technology Seminar Report: A 4G system will be a complete replacement for current networks and be able to provide a comprehensive and secure IP solution where voice, data, and streamed multimedia can be given to users on an "Anytime, Anywhere" basis, and at much higher data rates than previous generations Problems with the current system : High speed wireless is not available Not fit for the data transfer Shortage of bandwidth Objectives: Spectrally efficient system High network capacity High data rate Smooth hand off High quality of service (QoS) An all IP packet switched network global roaming
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Aims at so-called ad hoc piconets which are local area networks with a very limited coverage and without the need for an infrastructure. Designed to be used to connect both mobile devices and peripherals that currently require a wire "USB without wires" Short range wireless radio technology - operate range of 10 meters - RF is centered at 2.45 GHz (RF Channels:2420+k MHz, k=0..78) - Frequency hopping is used to combat interference in wireless environment - TDD for full duplex communications Sleeping power -- 30 Microamps Transmission power- 800 Microamps Standby mode-300 Microamps Data rate 721Kbps Price is less. Operates on circuit and packet switching modes Provides both asynchronous and synchronous data services.
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4G Fourth-Generation Communication System: INTRODUCTION TO WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TYPES OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATION NETWORKS WIRELESS APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES EVOLUTION FROM 1G TO 5G SYSTEM COMPARISON BETWEEN 3G, 4G AND 5G CONCLUSION Our ultimate goal is to communicate with any type of information with anyone, at anytime, from anywhere. This is possible with the aid of WIRELESS TECHNOLOGY Developed in 1980s and completed in early 1990's 1G was old analog system and supported the 1st generation of analog cell phones speed up to 2.4kbps Advance mobile phone system (AMPS) was first launched by the US and is a 1G mobile system Allows users to make voice calls in 1 country FDM was used in communication system
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Nymble Blocking Misbehaving Users in Anonymizing Networks is a IEEE 2011 cse project. Get this project for 50% off from http://1000projects.org
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Wireless networks use some sort of radio frequencies in air to transmit and receive data instead of using some physical cables. Wireless Networking devices can operate in one of the two modes: Infrastructure mode Ad hoc modes Infrastructure mode wireless networking bridges (joins) a wireless network to a wired Ethernet network. A wireless access point (AP) is required for infrastructure mode wireless networking. To join the WLAN, the AP and all wireless clients must be configured to use the same SSID (Service Set Identifier, the name of the wireless network that you wish to join). The AP is then cabled to the wired network to allow wireless clients access to, for example, Internet connections or printers. ad-hoc mode is a method for wireless devices to directly communicate with each other. Operating in ad-hoc mode allows all wireless devices within range of each other to discover and communicate in peer-to-peer fashion without involving central access points. To set up an ad-hoc wireless network, each wireless adapter must be configured for ad-hoc mode and must use the same SSID. Ad hoc has two definitions—the first can be either "impromptu" or "using what is on hand," while the other is "for one specific purpose." Ad hoc networks, which are also called mesh networks, are defined by the manner in which the network nodes are organized to provide pathways for data to be routed from the user to and from the desired destination. All available nodes are aware of all other nodes within range. Routing protocols between any pair of nodes within an ad hoc network can be difficult because the nodes can move randomly and can also join or leave the network Three categories that existing ad-hoc network routing protocols fall into: 1. Table Driven Protocols 2. On Demand Protocols 3. Hybrid Protocols also known as Proactive Protocols work out routes in the background independent of traffic demands. Each node uses routing information to store the location information of other nodes in the network and this information is then used to move data among different nodes in the network. This type of protocol is slow to converge and may be prone to routing loops. Fisheye State Routing is an example of a Table Driven Protocol.
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Robotic Surgery Seminar PPT Power Point Presentation free download from this link http://paperpresentation.net/seminar-ppt-topics/powerpoint-presentation/robotic-surgery/203/
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supermarket management system project in vb.net source code, project report, database design, screen shots for free download. http://projectseminar.org/vb-projects/vb-net-projects/supermarket-management-system-project/448/
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Vehicle Showroom Management System PPT, project report, asp.net, vb.net, java, documentation , source code download. http://projectseminar.org/asp-net/vehicle-showroom-management-system/958/ http://paperpresentation.net/projects-ppt/vehicle-showroom-management-system/694/
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Online Missing Vehicle Tracking System Project PPT, project report and asp.net source code free download. http://1000projects.org/online-missing-vehicle-tracking-system.html http://paperpresentation.net/projects-ppt/online-missing-vehicle-tracking-system/856/
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Robotics for Intelligent Environments PPT Presentation: Robotic Applications in Smart Homes Control of the physical environment Automated blinds Thermostats and heating ducts Automatic room partitioning Personal service robots House cleaning Lawn mowing Assistance to the elderly and handicapped Office assistants What is Robot: Robota (Czech) = A worker of forced labor Japanese Industrial Robot Association: A robot is a device with degrees of freedom that can be controlled Historical Robots include: Mechanical automata Motor-driven automata Computer-controlled robots Industrial robot manipulators Repetitive tasks High speed Few sensing operations High precision movements Pre-planned trajectories and task policies No interaction with humans
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Abstract Introduction Difference Smart cameras Improving smart camera design Detection and Recognition algorithms Requirements Smart camera prototype Conclusion Future work Smart cameras are rapidly finding their way into intelligent surveillance systems Recognizing faces in the crowd in real-time is one of the key features that will significantly enhance intelligent surveillance systems The main challenge is the fact that the enormous volumes of data generated by high-resolution sensors can make it computationally impossible to process on mainstream processors Video surveillance is becoming more and more essential now-a-days as society relies on video surveillance to improve security and safety For security, such systems are usually installed in areas where crime can occur such as banks and car parks. For safety, the systems are installed in areas where there is the possibility of accidents such as on roads or motorways and at construction sites Difference between digital cameras and smart cameras: Digital cameras just capture images Smart cameras capture high level descriptions of the scene and analyze what they see
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FiVaTech Page-Level Web Data Extraction from Template Pages IEEE 2010 cse project. Get this project for 50% discount form http://1000projects.org
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