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Volume-4 Issue-3, March 2016, ISSN: 2319–6386 (Online)
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Mohammad Quqazeh, Hasan .A.Aldabbas, Monzer.M. Krishan, Nabil Musa

Paper Title:

Characteristics and Analysis for Mechanical Instrumentation Used to Measure Fluid Viscosity

Abstract: The task of development of the measurement procedure and the general-purpose control equipment which can allow us to analyze fluid rheological properties and to ascertain the dependence of the stress tensor of the sample on the deformation tensor over a wide range of strain rates is urgent nowadays. At the same time the question of providing the continuous inspection of the product properties under the condition of high precision and measuring automation is a matter of principle.

 viscosimeter, measuring automation.


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Charlene A. Alcira, Mayraquel G. Balla, Nanette A. Burgos, John Paul O. Bilon, Mark Anthony M. Baris, Roselito E. Tolentino

Paper Title:

Scalar Product in Acquiring Angle for Mimicking Robotic Elbow using Two Tri-Axial Accelerometers

Abstract:  Most of the robotic arm is controlled using accelerometer by capturing different gestures and postures wherein the movement of the robotic arm is only limited on the given gestures, which doesn’t mimic the human arm correctly. This paper presents a method to acquire angle in mimicking robotic elbow using two low cost and small tri-axial accelerometers. These accelerometers are attached to the upper arm and forearm of the user. To find out the angular position of the elbow joint, scalar product is applied in the computation. The communication between human hand and robotic arm has been established using Arduino microcontroller. The result is that the robotic arm’s movement is synchronous with human arm’s movement. The system has been developed in Arduino IDE platform and Lab VIEW Robotics. In conclusion, the application of scalar product is effective in acquiring the value of user’s elbow angle.

Accelerometers, Elbow Angle, Robotic Elbow, Scalar Product


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3.    Khajone, Saurabh, Dr. S. W. Mohod and V.M. Harne. (2015). Implementation of a Wireless Gesture Controlled Robotic Arm. International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, Vol.3 Issue 1. India: SantGadge Baba University. Available from http://www.rroij.com/open-access/implementation-of-a-wireless-gesturecontrolled-robotic-arm.pdf

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Nagwa Albehery, Tonghui Wang

Paper Title:

Stochastic Dominance to Study Poverty Measures and its Applications

Abstract:   Poverty measures are used to measure poverty levels or degrees of poverty in a population. Stochastic dominance refers to a set of relations between distributions. Stochastic dominance orders of poverty measures have been discussed by many authors in the literature. In this paper, definition of stochastic dominance is introduced and used to order poverty measures. Hypotheses testing on stochastic dominance ordering of poverty measures are obtained. For illustration, our results are applied to the real data sets collected in Egypt between 1995/1996 to 2008/2009.

 Poverty measures, poverty lines, stochastic dominance, Hypotheses testing.


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Rasi Shamalbhai Bhatol

Paper Title:

Design and Simulation of Microstrip Patch Antenna for RFID Application

Abstract:    This paper presents a new design of a microstrip patch antenna. The slotted antenna is presented for RFID applications. The antenna is simulated using Ansoft HFSS and area of the antenna is 7.92mm x10.92mm. The FR4 substrate is used in this antenna. This is a very compact, high efficiency and simple microstrip patch antenna. This Antenna increases the gain and reduces the complication of design greatly while compared to other slot geometries. This slot can also reduce the size of the patch. The proposed antenna is designed for the 5.8 GHz ISM band.

  Rectangular Microstrip Slotted Antenna (RMSA), High Frequency Simulation Software (HFSS).


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3.  M. Jagdish, Rathod, “Comparative Study of Microstrip Patch Antenna for Wireless Communication Application,” International Journal of Innovation, Management and Technology, vol. 1, pp. 194–197, June. 2010.

4.   K.T. Ahamed, B. Hossian, and J. Hossian, “Designing a high bandwidth Patch Antenna and comparison with the former Patch Antennas,” Canadian Journal on Multimedia and Wireless Network.,vol. 2, pp. 29-39, April. 2011.

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