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Volume-2 Issue-3, February 2014, ISSN: 2319–6386 (Online)
Published By: Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering & Sciences Publication Pvt. Ltd. 

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K. D. Yesugade, Shital Dane, Rajani Jadhav, Priyanka Sakhare

Paper Title:

System Handling Using Email

Abstract: Handling a system or a network is a tedious job involving a series of tasks that need to be completed impeccably. Remote system access and handling in legacy system is done by an administrator who sits at computer directly connected to the network i.e. through LAN. So if the system needs to be managed it is imperative for the administrator to be sitting at the machine that is the server for the entire system or network. Our project attempts to remove this obligation of physical presence of the administrator being imperative. In previous system operation performs are only the create and deletion of the documents here we add some other functions are like updating or attaching files, block particular computer, initiate keyboard control and fetch the number of process on any particular client machine.

Web server, window server, remote access, e-mail.


1.        Huifeng shen, “High –Performance Remote Computing Platform “, MOE-Microsoft Key Lab of Multimedia Computing and Communication, University of science & Technology of China, Hefei, China A (2009)
2.        Archana Jadhav1 ,Vipul Oswal2,Sagar Madane3 ,Harshal Zope4,Vishal Hatmode5, “VNC Architecture Based Remote Desktop Access Through Android Mobile Phones”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, Vol. 1, Issue 2, April 2012

3.        Shailja panday, “Modern Network Security: Issues And Challenges”,  Department of Information Technology, BBDNITM, Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow, India, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST), Vol. 3 No. 5 May 2011.

4.        B. Caron, R. Hughes-Jones, K. Korsyl, C. Meirosu, and J. L. Neilsen, “Investigation of the Networking performance of remote real-time       computing farms for ATLAS trigger DAQ.”, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE, VOL. 53, NO. 4, AUGUST 2006

5.        Sally Floyd, Senior Member, IEEE, and Vern Paxson, “Difficulties in simulating the Internet” , IEEE/ACM TRANSACTIONS ON NETWORKING, VOL. 9, NO. 4, AUGUST 2001.

6.        J. Albert Avila, “Method and System for remote delivery of email”, Longboat Key, July 2003


8.        Henry B. Steen  “REMOTE DATA ACCESS AND SYSTEM CONTROL” ,January 2003.

9.        D. Tony Liu, X. William Xu   “A review of web-based product data management systems”, January 2001





Ajit Kumar Senapati, Abhijit Bhatta, Satyajeet Mohanty, P. C. Mishra, B. C. Routra

Paper Title:

An Extensive Literature Review on the Usage of Fly Ash as a Reinforcing Agent for Different Matrices

Abstract: In recent years composites reinforced with fly ash particulates have attracted considerable interest due to their inherent good mechanical properties and low cost. In this investigation an attempt has been made to provide an extensive literature review on the overall performance of these fly ash reinforced composites. Literatures in each category are reviewed according to the key factors mentioned. The literature review framework in this paper provides a clear overview of the usage of fly ash as a reinforcing agent in different matrices along with its distinctive performances.

Fly ash, MMC, reinforcement, matrix, Mechanical properties.


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Saravanan M, Agatha Janet S

Paper Title:

Design of Micro-Strip Low Pass Filter for L Band Frequency

Abstract: In this paper we propose a stripline Low pass filter for 2.4 GHz application using Advanced design software. The filter is operated at L band frequency range in 2.4 GHz for various microwave applications & the filter is design on Roger Duroid 5880(tm) substrate with dielectric constant of 2.2, with dimension conductor thickness 0.035 mm and substrate height 0.787 mm. The proposed filter is design at a center frequency of 2 GHz. Simulation results show that the filter operation is optimum over the frequency range 1.8 GHz to 2.6 GHz which is best in this range. In this paper, band pass filter order n=4 development with the assistance of the Richards-Kuroda Transformation method is used.

Maximally flat LPF, Strip-line, ADS Software tool, Roger Substrate, L Band Spectrum, S Parameters.


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Takian Fakhrul, Ahmed Sharif

Paper Title:

Effect of Sintering Temperature on Microstructure and Densification of La and Ta Doped BiFeO3

Abstract: The role of codoping by La & Ta and sintering conditions on the densification, phase and microstructure of BiFeO3 (BFO) ceramic have been investigated in this study. Single phase Bi0.8La0.2Fe1-xTaxO3 (BLFTO) ceramics with x = 0.0, 0.01, 0.03 and 0.05 were synthesized by the conventional solid-state reaction method. The BLFTO dried pellets were calcined at 800oC for 2 h and sintered at temperatures in the range of 875-975oC for 4h. Percent theoretical density (%TD) as high as 96.8% was attained in this research. Phase analysis by X–ray diffraction (XRD) indicated that a possible structural transition from rhombohedral to tetragonal occurred in the BLFTO ceramics. Moreover, microstructural investigation using the field emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM) showed that an increase in Ta5+ doping content to 0.05 mole fraction reduces the grain size from 6 µm in Bi0.8La0.2FeO3 to 0.8 µm in Bi0.8La0.2Fe0.95Ta0.05O3 when sintered at 975oC for 4h.

Bismuth Ferrite, Sintering, Densification, Microstructure, Doping.

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17.     Reetu, A. Agarwal, S. Sanghi, Ashima and N. Ahlawat, “Structural transformation and improved dielectric and magnetic properties in Ti-substituted Bi0.8La0.2FeO3 multiferroics,” Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 45, 2012, pp 165001:1-9.

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21.     Reetu, A. Agarwal1, S. Sanghi, Ashima and N. Ahlawat, “Structural transformation and improved dielectric and magnetic properties in Ti-substituted Bi0.8La0.2FeO3 multiferroics,” Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 45, 2012, pp 165001:1-9.

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30.     N. Jeon, D. Rout, I. W. Kim, and S.J. L. Kang, “Enhanced Multiferroic Properties of Single-phase BiFeO3 Bulk Ceramics by Ho doping,” Applied Physics Letter, Vol. 98, Issue 7, 2011, pp 072901-072903. Ti-substituted Bi0.8La0.2FeO3 multiferroics,” Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Vol. 45, 2012, pp 165001:1-9.

31.     G. L. Yuan, S. W. Or, J. M. Liu and G. z. Liu, “Structural transformation and ferroelectromagnetic behaviour in single-phase Bi1−xNdxFeO3 multiferroic ceramics,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 89, 2006, pp 052905: 1-3.

32.     P. Lawita, A. Watcharapasorn, S. Jiansirisomboon, “Effect of Nd2O3 Dopant on Phase and Microstructure of Bismuth Ferrite Ceramics,” Journal of the Microscopy Society of Thailand, Vol. 5 (1-2), 2012, pp 71-74.

33.     M. Kumara and K. L. Yadav, “Rapid liquid phase sintered Mn doped BiFeO3 ceramics with enhanced polarization and weak magnetization,” Applied Physics Letters, Vol. 91, 2007, pp 242901: 1-3.