International Journal of Systems Applications, Engineering & Development

ISSN: 2074-1308
Volume 14, 2020

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Volume 14, 2020

Title of the Paper: Performance Evaluation of the Good Gain Method Against other Methods using a Water Level Control System


Authors: Bahaddin M. Abubakr, Osama A. Abolaeha, Alamin A. Hameda

Pages: 44-48

Abstract: Various tuning methods have been proposed for proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller. A respectively new and simple experimental method for tuning PID controllers named a Good Gain method that was recently proposed by F. Haugen in 2010, this method is not yet recognized among the other known methods for tuning. However, the founder of this methods claims that it can be an alternative to the famous Ziegler-Nichols. In this paper, PID tuning method has been performed experimentally using a real water level system in order to test and validates the Good Gain method. Also other PID tuning methods applied to the same system to compare the results. The results show that the Good Gain method gives an acceptable stability and response comparing to the other industrial PID controller tuning procedures.

Title of the Paper: Advanced ICT for Access of Visual Impaired People to Computers, Knowledge, Education and Culture


Authors: Dimitar Karastoyanov, Stanislav Gyoshev, Ava Chikurteva

Pages: 40-43

Abstract: The paper presents methods and tools for tactile access of people with visual impairments to a graphical computer interface, cultural and historical heritage and temperature in the home. Different size of graphical Braille screens on the base of linear electromagnetic micro drives, tactile graphical tiles and thermometer for visual impaired are described. The presented devices give access of visual impaired people to graphical computer interface (Windows), objects of cultural and historical heritage, as well as give possibilities for better education and perception of knowledge

Title of the Paper: The Synthesis of Soil Resistivity and EMF of Underground Cable Combined with 3-D Electromagnetic Field Study in Analyzing the Grounding Touch


Authors: Jeu-Min Lin

Pages: 31-39

Abstract: The earthing analysis is proposed in this paper. The effects of 3-D electromagnetic field and the influences of stray currentare considered in the text simultaneously. The activity in the high-voltage environment is risky of being injured by electricshock. The safety of personnel in and around electric power the installations has been a prime concern. Specially, the safety isgenerally in terms of the allowable touch and step voltages. These voltages are related to the earthing resistance of human foot.I ofn order to increase the safety of personnel, a high resistivity surface layer of gravel is normally existed in the substationswitchyards or other high voltage areas. The thickness of this layer will affect the calculation of the earthing resistance ofhuman foot. Thus, the effect of soil resistivity will be considered in this paper. Among them, the electromagnetic field andhumidity factors are also considered in this paper. As a result, the surface layer of gravel can be used to reduce the earthingresistance of human foot. The equivalent model of human foot was modeled by the circular plate conductor in the past. Whichconsider the beauty of the environment, most of the transmission lines are in the surface, so the transmission line generated bythe discrete current will affect the earthing resistance estimation, thus the proposed paper will consider the composition of thespecial function which is the mathematical calculus popularized by the basic theorem of calculus. On the other hand, the dampingredients, temperatures, and soil resistivity on the surface will also be considered in this paper. This paper research into theproposed method for estimating the earthing resistance of human foot and proposes an equivalent model for calculating thegrounding resistance of human foot. The comparisons of the method are also shown in this paper.

Title of the Paper: A Novel Approach for Analysis CNTFET based Domino Circuit in Nano-Scale Design


Authors: Namrata Sharma, Uday Panwar

Pages: 22-30

Abstract: As semiconductor industries is developing day by day to meet the requirement of today’s world. As scaling of ICs day by day to introduce functionality of the device while fabrication more and more component which results in shorter the life of the battery operated device which has to be improved. Here in this article we have measured performance parameters like power consumption, UNG, Evaluation Delay, standby power and speed of various domino circuits provided for various inputs like 8 &16 input OR gate. When we compared power, delay, and PDP of different topologies of domino circuit design with the simulation results which is performed by using SPICE tool at 32nm CNTFET process technology with supply voltage 0.9V and 27⁰ C of temperature at 100 MHz. All the simulation results is done in CMOS & CNTFET technology, it is observed that saving of average power upto 90.46% with same delay, with improvement of 5.8 × Noise-immunity with scaling of technology.

Title of the Paper: Towards Liveable and Sustainable Egyptian New Cities: Learned Lessons from Columbia, Maryland


Authors: Shimaa A. Ali

Pages: 14-21

Abstract: After more than thirty years of their establishment, 26 New Cities in Egypt are attracting less people than the informal areas. The main objective of this paper is to form a new vision for liveable sustainable Egyptian new cities that attract people to live in, using the descriptive, analytical, deductive methodologies to achieve the research goals. The research starts with discussing the “NCs” definition and its dimensions, and then it explores the major features of sustainability, explains the relationship between the economic, urban, environmental, and social forces shaping the sustainability in developing the new cities. Afterwards, the research focuses on presenting the current situation of the Egyptian experience in developing new cities in the desert areas and the major pertinent impediments, and then analyses the international experiences of sustainable New Cities, Columbia, Maryland in USA. In addition, the case study analysis is a part of a field visit and surveys done by the researcher during Winter and Summer 2015. Finally, the research draws from the previous analyses, the lessons learned from the American experience, the implications for developing Sustainable NCs from inception through completion, in addition to managing the following on-going operations.

Title of the Paper: Developing Software for Simulation of Material and Wave Properties of Piezoelectromagnetics Incorporating Gravitational Phenomena


Authors: Aleksey Anatolievich Zakharenko

Pages: 10-13

Abstract: This short report acquaints the reader with the developed software that can work with piezoelectrics, piezomagnetics, and piezoelectromagnetics (PEMs) with incorporation of gravitational phenomena, i.e. piezogravitotorsionoelectromagnetic (PGTEM) materials. This software can calculate the material properties and wave characteristics in all the aforementioned continuous media. Also, it allows the PEM and PGTEM composite creation from the material parameters of both piezoelectrics and piezomagnetics that present in the software database or can be loaded from a file. The software interface and sample calculations are demonstrated.

Title of the Paper: Theoretical Models of the Thermal Conductivity of Polyamide12 During Selective Laser Sintering Process


Authors: Hanane Yaagoubi, Hamid Abouchadi, Mourad Taha Janan

Pages: 7-9

Title of the Paper: Simulation and Experimental Study of Cascade Solar Still


Authors: Nidal Mouhsin, Mourad Taha-Janan, Mariam Bouzaid, Mohamed Oubrek

Pages: 1-6