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2020 IEEE 21st International Conference on Vacuum Electronics (IVEC)

Technical presentations will range from the fundamental physics of electron emission and modulated electron beams to the design and operation of devices at UHF to THz frequencies, theory and computational tool development, active and passive components, systems, and supporting technologies.System developers will find that IVEC provides a unique snapshot of the current state-of-the-art in vacuum electron devices. These devices continue to provide unmatched power and performance for advanced electromagnetic systems, particularly in the challenging frequency regimes of millimeter-wave and THz electronics.Plenary talks will provide insights into the history, the broad spectrum of fundamental physics, the scientific issues, and the technological applications driving the current directions in vacuum electronics research.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS)

IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science (ICOPS) is an annual conference coordinated by the Plasma Science and Application Committee (PSAC) of the IEEE Nuclear & Plasma Sciences Society.


2020 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference (I2MTC)

The Conference focuses on all aspects of instrumentation and measurement science andtechnology research development and applications. The list of program topics includes but isnot limited to: Measurement Science & Education, Measurement Systems, Measurement DataAcquisition, Measurements of Physical Quantities, and Measurement Applications.


IECON 2020 - 46th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society

IECON is focusing on industrial and manufacturing theory and applications of electronics, controls, communications, instrumentation and computational intelligence.


IGARSS 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

All fields of satellite, airborne and ground remote sensing.


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Investigation of the effects of different diesel fuel cetane numbers on exhaust emissions in a single cylinder direct injection diesel engine

2017 International Conference on Environmental Impacts of the Oil and Gas Industries: Kurdistan Region of Iraq as a Case Study (EIOGI), 2017

There are limited studies to reveal the effect of local diesel fuel types especially in Kurdistan region of conducted to evaluate the effect of different types of diesel fuel having different cetane number, which are from Kirkuk, Dura, Basra refineries and with ethanol blended diesel fuel 8%. The other samples of diesel fuel are from crude oil in TaqTaq oil ...


Performance analysis of micro hotplate based metal oxide nanowire gas sensor

2018 7th International Symposium on Next Generation Electronics (ISNE), 2018

Increase in the emission of hazardous and toxic gases from vehicles, industries, etc. has led to the increase in environmental pollution. An exposure to these gases even in trace level will cause serious health issue and is threatening for day to day life. Hence, detection and taking corrective measures for reducing the gases is of utmost significance. Metal oxide semiconductor ...


Sensitivity Analysis of Entrained Flow Coal Gasification Process Through Fourier Amplitude Sensitivity Test (FAST) and Sobol Techniques

2018 International Conference on Applied and Engineering Mathematics (ICAEM), 2018

Entrained flow gasification is one of the most used method for converting coal into useable form of energy. Quest for higher conversion efficiency and reduction in environmental impact has been a driving force for realizing stable and efficient operation of entrained flow coal gasification. However, inherent uncertainty in process variables has been a challenge in efficient process design and operation. ...


The effect of n-butanol to waste plastic oil fuel blends utilization on engine emissions of a single cylinder diesel engine

2018 IEEE International Conference on Applied System Invention (ICASI), 2018

This research study measured the engine performance and emissions using fuel blends by pyrolysis of waste plastic oil compared with waste plastic oil mixed with n-butanol. Nitrogen oxide emission is the most harmful emission from the conventional diesel engines. This aims to investigate the effect of n-butanol blended to waste plastic oil on engine emission from a Single-Cylinder Diesel Engine. ...


Oxygen Injection for Emission Reduction in Cement Kilns: An Innovative Technology for Managing Nitrous Oxides and Carbon-Monoxide Emissions

IEEE Industry Applications Magazine, 2019

Reducing the discharge of carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrous oxides (NOx) from the cement production process is a continual requirement for many cement manufacturers and often involves very expensive end-of-pipe pollution abatement solutions. The injection of highly reactive hot oxygen (O2) is a new approach to lowering emission requirements or complementing underperforming existing solutions. This article discusses an innovative O2 ...


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  • Investigation of the effects of different diesel fuel cetane numbers on exhaust emissions in a single cylinder direct injection diesel engine

    There are limited studies to reveal the effect of local diesel fuel types especially in Kurdistan region of conducted to evaluate the effect of different types of diesel fuel having different cetane number, which are from Kirkuk, Dura, Basra refineries and with ethanol blended diesel fuel 8%. The other samples of diesel fuel are from crude oil in TaqTaq oil field in Koya, refined in both Kar and Bazyan refineries. For this purpose the fuel with different value of cetane number were tested in a direct injection diesel engine at variable speed and load. The study showed that the concentration emission of co, NOx and HC are reduced by 6%, 7% and 16%, respectively, while CO2 are increased by 3% for fuel cetane number 50. The reason of decreasing emissions are due to complete combustion of these fuel. Result also show that Koya diesel fuel gives the worst harmful emissions of CO. The result shows that the exhaust emission of co is in general decreased with increasing cetane number, and its value is increased at maximum engine torque for all engine speeds. Ethanol blended fuel with cetane number 54 gives minimum emission of CO at engine speed n= 2200 rpm. NOx emissions of the higher cetane number fuel are decreased by 20% and co of this fuel is reduced to 58%. In general the ethanol blended fuel gives slightly lower HC and CO.

  • Performance analysis of micro hotplate based metal oxide nanowire gas sensor

    Increase in the emission of hazardous and toxic gases from vehicles, industries, etc. has led to the increase in environmental pollution. An exposure to these gases even in trace level will cause serious health issue and is threatening for day to day life. Hence, detection and taking corrective measures for reducing the gases is of utmost significance. Metal oxide semiconductor based sensors are widely used for gas sensing due to low cost and low power consumptions. In this paper, we have simulated a zinc oxide nanowire based gas sensor for detecting carbon monoxide gas as it is the most common fatal air poisoning gas in many countries. The response of the zinc oxide nanowires to carbon monoxide gas was monitored and evaluated the surface resistance with respect to the concentration and operating temperature.

  • Sensitivity Analysis of Entrained Flow Coal Gasification Process Through Fourier Amplitude Sensitivity Test (FAST) and Sobol Techniques

    Entrained flow gasification is one of the most used method for converting coal into useable form of energy. Quest for higher conversion efficiency and reduction in environmental impact has been a driving force for realizing stable and efficient operation of entrained flow coal gasification. However, inherent uncertainty in process variables has been a challenge in efficient process design and operation. In this study, the effect of process uncertainty on conversion efficiency and environmental impact of the process model is studied. In this regard, data is generated through interfacing of MATLAB®-Excel®-Aspen®from an Aspen PLUS®based model of the entrained flow coal gasification. The data is used to develop a data-driven model of the process. Then sensitivity analysis methods, i.e., Sobol and Fourier Amplitude sensitivity test, are used to analyse the effect of each individual process variables on the target variables, conversion efficiency and environmental impact.

  • The effect of n-butanol to waste plastic oil fuel blends utilization on engine emissions of a single cylinder diesel engine

    This research study measured the engine performance and emissions using fuel blends by pyrolysis of waste plastic oil compared with waste plastic oil mixed with n-butanol. Nitrogen oxide emission is the most harmful emission from the conventional diesel engines. This aims to investigate the effect of n-butanol blended to waste plastic oil on engine emission from a Single-Cylinder Diesel Engine. The 4 sample test fuels are prepared in the ratios of waste plastic oil to n-butanol 60/40, 70/30, 80/20 and 100% waste plastic oil (Bu40, Bu30, Bu20, WPO) and then tested in the engine. Tests were carried out in a single cylinder, unmodified, and difference engine speed (2500-3000 rpm) by using 4 test fuels. The test results demonstrated that the fuel consumption of waste plastic oil blends were higher than waste plastic oil. Amount of nitrogen oxides emissions decreased but CO emission was higher with the rising the content of n-butanol in the fuel blends.

  • Oxygen Injection for Emission Reduction in Cement Kilns: An Innovative Technology for Managing Nitrous Oxides and Carbon-Monoxide Emissions

    Reducing the discharge of carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrous oxides (NOx) from the cement production process is a continual requirement for many cement manufacturers and often involves very expensive end-of-pipe pollution abatement solutions. The injection of highly reactive hot oxygen (O2) is a new approach to lowering emission requirements or complementing underperforming existing solutions. This article discusses an innovative O2 lancing technology that cement manufacturers install in the outlet of the kiln or calciner to remove primarily CO from the system.

  • Enhanced THz Absorption of Polar Molecule- Formed Plasma

    In this work, two kinds of THz absorption are identified from the polar molecule-formed plasma, namely, the broad band resonant absorption induced by the separation of electrons and ions within plasma, and the rotational transitions between different rotational states. Interestingly, we observe the enhanced THz absorption of the rotational transition lines within the resonant absorption frequency range. Gas pressure is varied to show that the enhanced THz absorption lines are related to the plasma frequencies. This work is not only a new observation on the THz absorption within plasma, but also a glimpse of the coherent nature of laser-prepared plasma.

  • MQTT based air quality monitoring

    Air quality plays very important role in safety, security, and health of the mankind. While increasing large-scale industrialization and urbanization creates huge cities, these activities have been creating various ill-effects to the environment. Likewise, one problem is deterioration of air quality in various Indian cities. The primary contributor to air pollution is the particulate matter (PM2.5), causing human health issues, like asthma and other respiratory illnesses. A study has found out that the persons inhaling particulate matter in air are at more risk of lung cancer and comparable to non-smoker susceptible to secondhand smoke. In this work, GP2Y1010AU0F, a sharp dust sensor is used for measuring smoke and dust particles in the environment. The measured data is sent using ESP8266 based NodeMCU-12E, a wireless micro-controller to the cloud server by using Message Queue Telemetry Transport protocol. The MQTT uses publish, subscriber, and broker services. Also, carbon monoxide sensor (MQ-7) is used for sensing carbon monoxide level in the air. The measured values of carbon monoxide (MQ-7) and of sharp dust sensor GP2Y1010AU0F are shown using web page and mobile application.

  • Characteristic Gas and Production Law of Natural Ester Insulating Oil under Electro-thermal Faults

    The natural ester has a widespread future at the application prospects in high voltage power system whose safe operation are effected by the fault diagnosis technology. At present, the characteristic gas and gas production law of natural ester at different electrical and thermal faults are not clear yet. In this paper, an experimental platform was built to simulate the electro-thermal faults under different voltage and temperature conditions. The characteristic gas and gas production laws under the above fault conditions were tested and analyzed. The results show that the characteristic gases of natural ester oil under different electro thermal faults are carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen, ethylene, ethane, acetylene and methane. The three gases of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and hydrogen have the most gas production. The production of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen, ethane and acetylene varied more obvious under partial discharge faults at different temperatures. The production of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen, ethane and methane varied more obvious under spark discharge faults at different temperatures. The production of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen, ethane, acetylene and methane varied more obvious under high energy faults at different temperatures. Therefore, six types of characteristic gases, such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen, ethane, acetylene and methane, and their gas production rules can be used to judge the types of electro thermal faults. The above research can provide characteristic gas data for the natural ester oil fault diagnosis method based on dissolved gas analysis.

  • Time-Resolved Multiple-Probe Infrared Spectroscopy Studies of Carbon Monoxide Migration through Internal Cavities in Hemoglobin

    Human hemoglobin reactivity towards ligands such as O2 and CO as well as ligand migration via the protein matrix is modulated by internal cavities. In the present work, a timeresolved multiple-probe picosecond to millisecond infrared technique developed at Central Laser Facility (Didcot, UK) was applied to determine the dynamics of the ligand migration via the internal cavities of hemoglobin. We studied both native hemoglobin and its isolated α and β chains. We succeeded in following the evolution of photodissociated CO ligand inside the protein matrix during geminate recombination. Moreover, we managed to detect the photodissociated CO molecules escaped from the protein into external media.

  • Air pollution and particulate matter detector using raspberry Pi with IoT based notification

    Air Pollution in the Philippines is already a serious problem especially to the people living in the cities. The factors such as smoke coming from vehicles and factories as well as dust and debris contribute to air pollution which also leads to people having health problems. This design aims to create a prototype which will detect the air pollution and particulate matter in a barangay at Pandacan, Manila. The design hardware will send an email notification to the registered email addresses of barangay officials whenever the sensors detect high reading on either the particulate matter or carbon monoxide. The components included in the hardware is a Dust Sensor which will measure the particulate matter in the area, Carbon Monoxide Sensor for measuring the gas detected, microcontroller, and a Raspberry Pi in order to send the data through email.



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