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ALARD INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNNOVATIVE RESEARCH IN MODERNIZED TECHNOLOGY

The ALARD INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNNOVATIVE RESEARCH IN MODERNIZED TECHNOLOGY is a periodical publication intended for further progress in science, usually by reporting new research, its a open access source for a large number of high quality and peer reviewed journals in all the fields of science, engineering and technology. Scientists and engineers involved in research can make the most of this growing global forum to publish papers covering their original research or extended versions of already published conference/journal papers.

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ALARD COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

Alard College of Engineering and Management, Hinjewadi, Pune-411 057 (ACEM) established in 2009 by Alard Charitable Trust is one of the top engineering colleges in Pune.

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ALARD COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

Alard College of Pharmacy (ACP) has been set up in the year 2006 to meet the ever-growing demand from Pharmacy professionals not only from within the country but worldwide as well.

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PUBLICATIONS FEBRUARY 2018 EDITION


VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1 , FEBRUARY 2018 EDITION

Usability Evaluation of Engineering Colleges of Mumbai University [Full Text]

Abstract: The greatest important feature that determine the valuation of any website is Usability. The usability of websites can be measured through several different dimensions such as Content of the website, Design of the webpage of the website, Performance, SEO (Search Engines Optimization) and Page Analysis, Accessibility, Technical Quality of the website, etc. There are several methods available in today’s world to measure the usability of websites. The websites designers must know the usability level of their websites. Therefore to know the usability level of each website; the website designers must test their website using automated website evaluation tools. These automated website evaluation tools can be used to increase the usability level of website. To evaluate the usability level of the websites, this paper makes use of three automated tools such as; 1) Website Grader (which calculates (Search Engines Optimization) SEO, Security, Performance, User Interface/Mobile and overall Grade of the website), 2) SEOptimer (which evaluates (Performance, User Interface(UI)/Mobile, Security, Social, SEO and Level of the website, and 3) Qualidator tool (which checks Usability, Accessibility, SEO and Quality (technical quality)). This paper evaluates Engineering Colleges of Mumbai and provides their ranks according to evaluation criteria.

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Cascade Control System and Control Strategies [Full Text]

Abstract: Control systems such as manufacturing plants, power plants, automobiles, aircrafts and robot manipulator needs a network to exchange information within itself. A network having a closed loop feedback is the choice which is known as cascade control system. To improve the efficiency, flexibility and reliability of these systems can be improved by the inclusion of this control network. Installation, reconfiguration and maintenance costs can also be reduced significantly. For controlling purpose of cascade control system controllers like Proportional integral, Proportional integral derivative are used.

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HFSS BASED ULTRA-WIDEBAND ANTENNA WITH NOTCH BAND [Full Text]

Abstract: In 2002, Feb Federal Communication Commission (FCC) announced the band of 3.1GHz to 10.6 GHz which was basically no-licensed band, the Ultrawideband system has re-experienced fastest growth. The work gives the design & fabrication of understandable circular Microstrip patch antennas & its variation. Here for 3.1 GHz to 10.6 GHz range operation. Square cut disc like patch and Florets patterned Microstrip patch antenna (Aerial). The wafer used is Flame Resistant class-4 (glass epoxy) with thickness 1.53 mm having the dielectric constant εr = 4.4. The piece of Microstrip is copper having denseness of 0.1mm. The hereditary disadvantage of restricted narrow bandwidth of Microstrip patch. This job changes the leveling of the outline of patch. S o here the bandwidth changes from 835.1 MHz to 8947.1 MHz with some transformation in ground plane & is used as basic ultra-wideband antenna. Here the transformation from rectangular patch to circular patch.
Ultra-wideband frequencies standardization sonorously states that it should not cause intervention with ongoing narrowband system i.e. worldwide interoperability for microwave access ranging from 3.3 GHz to 3.6GHz and wireless local area network ranging from 5.15 GHz to 5.825 GHz.

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Study of drinking water pollution in Tonk city of Rajasthan, India [Full Text]

Abstract: Water is basic need of life for all living organism at the earth. To study the drinking water pollution in tonk city of Rajasthan India, a total of five water samples were collected from tap and hand pump of various area of tonk city. The various physical chemical parameters such as pH, chioride, total alkalinity, total dissolved solid, total hardness, fluoride, iron, calcium, sulphate and nitrate were analysed in water samples to characterise the ground water quality and suitability for drinking purpose. All the water samples were compared with Indian standard of drinking water prescribed by bureau of Indian standard IS 10500.2012. The physical chemical analysis of water samples of tonk city show that pH value ranged from 7.00 to 7.60, chloride ranged from 2750.24 to 595.96 mg/l. The total alkalinity between 185.90 to 452.25 mg/l.The total dissolved solid ranged from 270 to 2550 mg/l and total hardness from 146 to 162 .14 mg/l. Fluoride varied from 0.0 to 0.3 mg/l and iron from 0.1 to 22.22 mg/l. Calcium ranged from 45.89 to 252.50 mg/l and magnesium from 6.65 to 37.84 mg/l . Sulphate ranged from 25.74 to 94.65 mg/l and nitrate from 2.81 to 22.00 mg/l. The result of physical chemical analysis of water samples of Tonk city indicated that tap water of Jawahar Bazaar Tonk (S1) and Taj colony Tonk (S2) were suitable for drinking purpose and hand pump water of Takhata (S3), Mehandi bagh(S4), Civil line Tonk(S5) were unsuitable for drinking purpose.

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PERFECTION OF QOS OVER MIGRATION FROM PHYSICAL MACHINE TO VIRTUAL MACHINE [Full Text]

Abstract: High energy utilization of cloud server farms involves extraordinary concern. Dynamic combination of Virtual Machines (VMs) presents a huge chance to spare vitality in server farms. A VM union approach utilizes live relocation of VMs so that a portion of the under-stacked Physical Machines (PMs) can be turned off or put into a low-control mode. Then again, accomplishing the coveted level of Quality of Service (QoS) between cloud suppliers and their clients is basic. In this way, the principle test is to decrease vitality utilization of server farms while fulfilling QoS necessities. In this paper, conveyed framework design is utilized to perform dynamic VM combination to decrease vitality utilization of cloud server farms while keeping up the coveted QoS. Since the VM solidification issue is entirely NP-hard, an online advancement met heuristic calculation called Ant Colony System (ACS) is utilized. The proposed ACS-based VM Consolidation (ACSVMC) approaches finds a close ideal arrangement in view of a predefined target work. An exploratory outcome on workload demonstrates that ACS-VMC decreases vitality utilization while keeping up the required execution levels in a cloud server farm. It outperforms existing VM unification approaches regarding vitality utilization, number of VM relocations, and QoS necessities concerning execution.

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