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International Conference on Systems, Science, Control, Communication, Engineering and


Technology 2017 [ICSSCCET 2017]

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Received 10 January 2017 Accepted 28 - January 2017
Article ID ICSSCCET061 eAID ICSSCCET.2017.061

Experimental Investigation on Recon Fibre Reinforced


Concrete in addition with Pozzolanic Materials
Azmeera Ramesh1, Bhukya Jayamma2
1
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, TKR Engineering College & Technology, Hyderabad, India
2
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, TKR Engineering College, Hyderabad, India
Abstract: From last many decades, usage of concrete has increased on large scale all over the world. Concrete ingredients used are becoming more
costly day by day and also demand for the same is increasing widely all over. These ingredients are also extinguishing with time and some of them are
also polluting the surrounding environment on large scale. One of the main ingredients is cement, while production of cement CO2 is emitted out.
Replacement of cement by a pozzalanic material named Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag, which is by-product or waste product of steel
manufacturing industries. Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag act as cost reducing ingredient and also increase many mechanical properties of
concrete. Glass fibre of 12mm size was also added to increase both compressive and tensile strength of concrete. This concrete is more environments
friendly and will give more life to concrete. To maintain workability for lower water/cement ratio and to maintain the effect of admixture added, Super
plasticiser is added by trial and error method. Mechanical properties of pozzalanic concrete using silica fume show that this concrete gives better
compressive strength and increases durability of concrete. Recon fibre also increases mechanical properties like compressive strength, flexural strength
and split tensile strength of concrete. This page revives all details of the material, test to be conducted on concrete using the supplementary admixture
and literature showing the advantages of using silica fume and recon Fibre in concrete in different proportion.
ISBN 978-81-933235-0-2 VOL 01
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Received 10 January 2017 Accepted 28 - January 2017
Article ID ICSSCCET062 eAID ICSSCCET.2017.062

Enhancement of CDPSO Localization with Optimum


References in WSN
Ravichander Janapati1, CH Balaswamy2, K Soundararajan3
1
Department of ECE, SR Engineering College, Warangal, India
2
Department of ECE, QIS Engineering College, Ongole, India
3
Department of ECE, TKR Engineering College, Hyderabad, India
Abstract: Localization is becoming an essential requisite for many applications in Wireless Sensor Networks. Finding precise node position is known
as localization. Received signal measurements are used for the position estimation to perform localization. In this paper indoor localization of
cooperative Wireless Sensor Networks, where nodes communicate through Ultra Wide Band signalling is considered. Distributed algorithms are scalable
so appropriate for large cooperative networks. In cooperative networks information received from all nodes, some of the nodes give inaccurate
information. Discarding the information from inaccurate nodes is known as censoring. The Cramer Rao bound is used to censor inaccurate nodes.
Proposed method distributed PSO with CRB censoring better performs compared to other approaches.

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