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31. Search Using SQL in Databases Seminar report





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32. CRYOGENIC COOLING IN MACHINING PROCESSES Seminar

Branch: Mech






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33. JOINING PIPE STEELS USING LASER GMA HYBRID WELDING PROCESSES seminar Report pdf, ppt

Branch : Mech






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34. Laser Assisted Micromachining on ceramics seminar Report

Branch : Mech






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35. SF6 Leakage Detection for High Voltage Switchgear Seminar Report

Branch : EEE






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36. Bluemotion Technology Seminar Report

Branch : Mech

Bluemotion Technology is one of them that is used by Volkswagen group of industries and it tries to decrease the impact of human activity on the environment. Bluemotion Technology based cars are known as most cleanest cars and very much Eco-friendly in the world. Volkswagen group of industry is not depending on the old or space age technology. They are making the car engines more efficient by including the electronic circuitry and by modifying some basic cycle parts of the car engine. By using Bluemotion technology the car engine gets various useful features like TDI, TSI, DSG, automatic start/stop, Recuperation, usage of taller gear ratios, better aerodynamics etc. The products made by using both Bluemotion technology and electronic circuitry, are very much efficient and reliable rather than other products.


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37. Nuclear Fusion: Plasma Position Control in ADITYA Tokamak Seminar Report

Branch : EEE


Today, energy crisis has hit most of the developing countries, oil and gas prices rise every month. In a century our oil resources will be over, are we prepared? Will we progress into our future? Is it true that man‘s reach exceeds his grasp? The answer to all our problems is Nuclear Fusion, the ultimate power source. Fusion gives birth to all other energy sources such as hydroelectricity, solar energy, wind energy etc. With an unlimited supply of deuterium fuel available from the oceans, fusion could supply the world‘s future energy needs in a clean, sustainable way.


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38. Arc Flashing Energy Mitigation Methods Seminar Report

Branch : EEE


The predominant technologies for reducing arc-flash incident energy currently rely on the speed of the protective devices, the remote operation of the devices, the encapsulation of arc-flash energy in arc-resistant enclosures that channel energy where it is less dangerous, and the diversion of the arc energy on the crowbars into a bolted fault. This paper will describe a method and include test results of an arc-flash energy sequestration that is able to divert an arcing fault’s energy into a specific environment within a half cycle after initiation of an arc. This is achieved without the need to introduce bolted fault current like a crowbar or for fast current interruption, such as a current-limiting fuse. The system protection provided has the benefits of arc-resistant switchgear without reliance on equipment sheathing and can be added after normal equipment is installed. Further advantages include the protection system and switchgear’s ability for reuse after an arcing event, as well as the ability to easily test without the need for cumbersome high-current test equipment.


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39. DATA MINING KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY IN BIOMEDICINE Seminar Report

Branch : CSE


The development of database technology has solved the memory and retrieval of substantive data, but the biomedicine database existing the phenomenon of “data rich, information poor”. In order to solve the problem of Knowledge Discovery in Database, great importance has been continuously attached to the data mining. In this paper, we elaborate the Particularities and Key issues of data mining in biomedicine, analyze and summarize the application research of data mining in the biomedicine domain, point out the few application reason of data mining in the biomedicine domain.




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40. RFID Based Localization and Tracking Techniques Seminar Report

Branch :EEE
The foundation of the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology was laid by past generations, only recent advances opened an expanding application range to its practical implementation. The RFID technology is a means of gathering data about a certain item without the need of touching or seeing the data carrier, through the use of inductive coupling or electromagnetic waves. The data carrier is a microchip attached to an antenna (together called transponder or tag), the latter enabling the chip to transmit information to a reader (or transceiver) within a given range, which can forward the information to a host computer. Radio frequency identification usually incorporates a tag into an object for the purpose of identification or localization using radio signals. This article presents an overview of RFID-based localization and tracking technologies, including tag-based (e.g., LANDMARC), reader-based (e.g., reverse RFID), transceiver free, and hybrid approaches.








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