Nov 24, 2015
This is a good MBA finance project report on investment opportunity in stock market with special focus on oil sector for India Infoline and was submitted partial fulfillment of the requirements of the two-year full-time PGPM programme. This project is an attempt to understand the basics of stock market. The report is divided into many chapters and start with company profile. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
The capital market (securities markets) is the market for securities, where companies and the government can raise long-term funds. The capital market includes the stock market and the bond market. A stock market is a market for the trading of company stock and derivatives.
Objective of the project report are to understanding the various activities in an E-Broking firm, to get acquainted with all the workings of online trading, to gain practical knowledge in share trading, to analyze the financial market & the share movements in order to study the prospects of investing in a particular stock or sector. Use only for your reference and study work.
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The point of the task is to comprehend the general value business sector, to become more acquainted with the exchanging, clearing and settlement part of the value market. To the extent this task is concerned, it will assist me with understanding the general working of the value market and its significance to the economy of the India. A gigantic measure of cash streams and a great many shares trade hands in a solitary business sector day. This trade of shares empowers the stream of cash in and out of a firm.
The organization whose shares are recorded and the administration who assumes a crucial part through the approaches shaped in the business sector, offers them to raise some assistance with longing term stores which can be utilized for the advantage and the development of the organizations and likewise give back some piece of their benefit to the speculator as profits.
Nov 16, 2015
The accurate reproduction of earthquake movement has been a genuine test to specialists and architects, thus use of Shake table testing has increased around the world in earthquake engineering research centers. This report on Shake table, talks about quickly different segments of the shake table, its gathering and the examinations that were completed to give particular bits of knowledge into its reaction attributes and is a good final year Civil project report. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
Investigate quake risks and harm to structures by developing model structures and subjecting the structures to ground vibration (shaking like seismic tremor vibrations) on a little shake table. Common developments and building structures are intended to withstand an assortment of operational loads and environmental conditions over many years of protected and monetary use. Earthquakes are a piece of this environment. Aside from obliteration of life and property, they can have genuine backhanded results.
Above image shows "Spring mechanism for Shake table". A moderately straightforward framework has been amassed with consideration to guarantee a sufficient replication of information movement by the shake table framework. Subjective examinations of data sign versus shake-table reaction, in both time and recurrence area have been used to give a measure of the capacities of the test system to duplicate seismic tremor movements scaled by laws.
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A structure in the region of a seismic tremor will encounter arbitrary vibrations brought on by the development of its establishment. One may expect comparative reaction if the base of the structure is shaken in a research facility environment utilizing the quickening – time history recorded amid the seismic tremor. By the same token, lab proliferation of related uprooting – time history would likewise have the same impact. This is the premise for the use of two-hub shake table to seismic tremor reproduction.
Development of a shaking table which creates vibrations in horizontal as well as in vertical direction. This is used for the analysis of the vibrations in a structure at the time of earth-quake. Architects and Designers run simulations using models and shake tables to test the integrity of buildings and determine necessary reinforcements and to study dynamic structural behavior.
This will be the device for shaking the structural models or building components prototypes, with a wide range of simulated ground motions.
Use of Shake Table
• Building models
• Bridge models
• Components of buildings and bridges, such as beam and column connections, walls, and foundation.
Purpose of Shake Table
• Dynamic structural behavior of a small-scale structure.
• Test the resistance of the structures.
• Test for both horizontal and vertical type of vibrations.
• Sensitivity of structures of different types.
• Seismic research purpose.
The future scope of the project is to manufacture the model with the dimensions given in the report. Some standard components such as locking nut, locking bolt, circlips etc. are to be designed. After completing the assembly of the different components of the table, this can be used for the experiments purpose. This report includes components, mechanism & kinematic arrangement, description, working etc. of Shake table for your help. Use this report only for your reference and study work .
Nov 3, 2015
This is a thermal impact study of an underground stormwater management system which is a great project to be made for Civil Engineers and researchers. Use it for your reference and study purpose only. Increment in stream temperature by heated storm water runoff from impervious surfaces is a genuine ecological issue. An underground storage/slow release facility is a versatile storm water best management practice (BMP) for buffering high streams. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.
Temperature diminishments in underground stockpiling BMPs, on the other hand, have not been measured. A field study on an underground storeroom was embraced to portray its impact on storm water overflow temperatures. In colder months, when the spillover temperature extended from 5 and 15○C, little or no temperature change was watched.
Overflow delivered amid summer storm occasions, with occasion mean temperatures more than 20○C, showed mean temperature decreases of 1.6○C through the BMP. While factually huge, the decreases were not adequate to cool the mid year spillover releases underneath the Maryland Class III temperature standard (20○C) 100% of the time. The outcomes show that underground offices can direct high spillover temperatures, however that a more productive configuration is needed.
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In the present study, it was expected that overflow is produced from the impenetrable zone just and the precipitation happening over the green/pervious zone is totally invaded for most normal occasions. In light of this supposition, spillover to a bay was processed utilizing the division of impenetrable range as contributing waste zone and the relating bend number as data.
Source:- DRUM-University of Maryland
Oct 31, 2015
Fuel cells is an electro-chemical energy conversion device which convert energy from chemical reactions into electrical energy in an efficient, clean and quiet manner. This is typically 2 to 3 times more efficient than an internal combustion engine in converting fuel to power. This seminar report focuses on "Polymer exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells" or proton exchange membrane fuel cells. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
Polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cells are also called proton exchange membrane fuel cells. The proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell has shown in below figure uses a solid polymer electrolyte (perfluorosulphonic acid membrane) in the form of a thin, permeable sheet for the transport of proton.
Anode and cathode catalyst used generally is platinum, Pt-black or Pt/Ru catalyst. The proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell uses a solid polymer electrolyte (perfluorosulphonic acid membrane) in the form of a thin, permeable sheet for the transport of proton. Generally, platinum, Pt-black or Pt/Ru catalyst is used as anode and cathode catalysts respectively.
In PEMFC, powers are encouraged persistently to the anode and an oxidant is sustained consistently to the cathode. At the surface of the anode impetus, powers are changed over into protons (H+) and electrons (e-). The protons go through a PEM, which denies electrons, to the cathode side.
The electrons (e-) are compelled to go through an outside wire and convey a portion of their vitality to a "heap" on their way to the cathode. At the cathode, the exchanged protons and the vitality exhausted electron consolidate with oxygen to deliver water. Hypothetically, any substance equipped for concoction oxidation that can be supplied ceaselessly can be utilized as a fuel at the anode of power device. So also, the oxidant can be any liquid that can be lessened at an adequate rate.
Proton exchange membrane fuel cell (PEMFC) was the first sort of energy component to discover an application (force hotspot for NASA's Gemini space flights in the 1960s). These first PEMFC's contained a few issues concerning the electrolyte, specifically low proton conductivity and mechanical debasement. The arrangement came in mid-1960 when another kind of film was produced. This new layer was a sulphonated tetrafluorethylene co-polymer with fabulous warm and mechanical solidness, known as Nafion. The polymer layer is the PEMFC's center.
To be actualized in the power module it must include specific attributes, for example, high proton conductivity, must be an effective boundary to forestall blending in the middle of fuel and the oxidant, and must be artificially and mechanically stable.
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The proton exchange-membrane (PEM) constitutes a crucial part of PEM fuel cells and warrants a careful study. It serves as a solid electrolyte that conducts protons from anode to cathode as well as a separator of reactant gases.
The PEM fuel cells under scrutiny showed their enormous potential producing electrical energy with an impressive efficiency, between 40% and 60%, when compared for example, with internal combustion engines. The byproducts of the whole energy generation process are oxygen and hot water. It is also possible the use of the generated hot water in domestic and industrial processes. The main factors that control the performance of a PEMFC equipped with a membrane Nafion were investigated using a response surface methodology.
Oct 25, 2015
Industrial training is very important for every engineering and management branch. Each student have to take industrial training where they learn in live production environment. Today's project is on industrial training report carried out by Mechanical student on "improvement of incoming quality" and done at Whirlpool of India Ltd. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
This report contains many chapters and start with introduction of the company and their vision, mission etc. Other chapters on this industrial training project report focus on Refrigerator and it's working and incoming quality of products.
The Refrigeration industry in India is fast growing and with the advent of global brands the industry has woken up to new opportunities and new challenges. Whirlpool’s is associated with India since the year 1987 with the establishment of the joint venture TVS Whirlpool Ltd. Whirlpool Corporation is the world’s leading manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances.
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The refrigerator in your kitchen uses a cycle that is a similar to the one described in the previous section. But in your refrigerator, the cycle is continuous. In the following example, we will assume that the refrigerant being used is pure ammonia, which boils at -27 degrees F. This is what happens to keep the refrigerator cool:
The compressor compresses the ammonia gas. The compressed gas heats up as it is pressurized (orange).
1. The coils on the bank of the refrigerator let the hot ammonia gas dissipate its heat. The ammonia gas condenses into ammonia liquid (dark blue) at high pressure.
2. The high-pressure ammonia liquid flows though the expansion valve. You can think of the expansion valve as a small hole. On one side of the hole is high-pressure ammonia liquid. On the other side of the hole is a low-pressure area (because the compressor is sucking gas out of that side).
3. The liquid ammonia immediately boils and vaporize (light blue), its temperature dropping to-27 F. This makes the inside of the refrigerator cold.
4. The cold ammonia gas is sucked up by the compressor, and the cycle repeats. By the way, if you have ever turned your car off on a hot summer day when you have had the air conditioner running, you may have heard a hissing noise under the hood. That noise is the sound of high-pressure liquid refrigerant flowing through the expansion valve.
This report also contains information about plant, assembly area and information about other units and improvement of incoming quality at Whirlpool. Use this report for your reference and study only.
Author:- Ranjeet Kumar
Oct 22, 2015
This is a good Civil project report on performance evaluation of bamboo reinforced concrete beams and was submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of science in Civil Engineering. This study presents the evaluation of the feasibility of the use of bamboo as a potential reinforcement in concrete structural members. To achieve this objective a series of tensile tests on three types of bamboo Solid; Moso; and Tonkin; were conducted to obtain their constitutive relation. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
Bamboo is a natural Functionally Graded Material (FGM). It is a composite with hierarchical structure. The strength of bamboo is greater than most of the timber products. Since this study aims at using bamboo as reinforcement for concrete beams, the bamboo samples were waterproofed in order to be consistent with the reinforcement preparation.Thanks to author and use it for your study only.
Oct 19, 2015
This is Bio-Technology project report on "comparative biochemical study on precursor and differentiated hematopoietic cells in rat". In this report, after carrying out several experimentation, comparison of the antioxidant enzymes in precursor cells of bone marrow and the differentiated neutrophils and platelets is demonstrated. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
Free radicals are atoms (e.g. oxygen, nitrogen) which are generally formed by the hetrolytic cleaveage reasulting with at least one unpaired electron in the outermost shell, and are capable of independent existence. A free radical is easily formed when a covalent bond between entities is broken and one electron remains with each newly formed atom.
Aim of Project Report
Since ROS and RNS play a role in cellular proliferation and differentiation during hematopoiesis, aim of this study is to compare the level of antioxidant enzymes in the precursor cells of bone marrow and the differentiated cell of blood.
All blood cells arise from a type of cell called the hematopoietic stem cell (HSC). Stem cells are cells that can differentiate into other cell types; they are self-renewing—they maintain their population level by cell division.
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The cellular oxygen & nitrogen oxidants called reactive oxygen species (ROS) & reactive nitrogen species (RNS) are generally synthesized by the blood cells as a part of defense mechanism, are constantly produced in animal and human cells. Large amount of formation of these reactive species can lead oxidative damage in cell constituents instead of clearing the invader cells/foreign cells and promote a number of fatal diseases and aging.
Cellular antioxidants protect against the damaging effects of ROS. ROS are essential mediators of antimicrobial phagocytosis, detoxification reactions carried out by the cytochrome P-450 complex, cellular differentiation and apoptosis which eliminates cancerous and other life-threatening cells This effect of ROS is dose dependent. Thus endogenous antioxidants do not completely remove ROS in animal and human cells.
This report also discuss methods and material for this study. Use this report for your reference and study work.
Author:- Dharmendra Joshi
Oct 14, 2015
This is a project report on Britannia and is for Management students. The report is divided into many chapter starting with executive summary and introduction. The report also covers SWOT Analysis of Britannia, consumer buying behavior i.e Understanding the buying behavior of the target market is the essential task of marketing management under marketing concept, factors influencing consumer buying behavior of Britannia. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.
In this venture the different marking systems embraced by the organization has been examined and thought about on the premise of current business sector situation. It gives the thought regarding the piece of the overall industry delighted in by the diverse organizations in the Biscuit Industry.
It gives the satisfactory scope of numerous issues identified with bread industry. The target of this report is to give the piece of the overall industry of Britannia rolls in the Indian capital (New Delhi). It has been made conceivable by knowing the customer's conduct and by considering the examples embraced by the retailers. It gives us exceptionally exact perspective about the current interest of Britannia rolls and request of their items when contrasted with different contenders.
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The report also tells about the history of Britannia, its product and its competitor and its Financial Analysis. Use this management report for your study and reference work only.
Oct 4, 2015
This thesis describes the design and development of a small, low-cost autonomous mine detection robot that is targeted to check for the safety of the surroundings by detecting the buried landmines and wirelessly transmitting its exact location to the operator which is at a safe distance from the robot. "Human portable unmanned ground vehicle" project is done in fulfillment of Master of Technology in Robotics Engineering and is a very awesome project and need of hour. These are best devices in battle field. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
Objectives of this Project
1. A land mine detection robot is needed to be designed to employ in peace support operations and in the clearance of contaminated areas.
2. The robot shall be able to detect 90% of landmines and wirelessly sending the exact GPS location of the mines within a tolerance of 5cm.
3. For the safety of the operator, the designed robot must be able to operate remotely, moreover, must be equipped with wireless data transmitting capabilities.
This project is focused on solving the navigation problems that exist on other low-cost mine detection robots. Several problems had been identified and possible solutions were proposed. The reliability of the robot depends upon the type of sensors or detectors being used. Therefore, the robot platform has been designed to be versatile enough to work with any detectors installed onto it.
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The thesis also presented the simulation and mathematical modelling of an unmanned ground vehicle which is capable of detecting buried landmines. It is an electro-mechanized vehicle that moves across the field which also serves the purpose of carrying goods from one place to another while enabling the operator to control the robot wirelessly from a distance. It is a basic electric vehicle motor-drive system that is used to investigate power flow during both motoring and regeneration.
The simulation assumes a DC permanent magnet motor, perfect motor controller joined with a proportional-integral controller and the electric vehicle battery. The model can be utilized to assess the electric commute's proficiency for particular rate and torque burden conditions. A stable MATLAB / Simulink model was created and validated. It was then used to calculate the system performance and energy flow over a given set of motoring and recovery speed/torque conditions.
"Human Portable Unmanned Ground Vehicle" is a very good project for your final year Robotics engineering and also Electronics engineering. This report contains all the material which you needed to build this project. This report also contains source code for LCD programming. Thanks to author of the project for sharing this awesome robotics project with us.
Author:- Vaishali Gupta
Sep 27, 2015
Looking for final year projects for Computer Science Engineering? Looking for latest Computer Science projects? If your answer is yes and you are looking for such resources, then you are at right place. We have collected latest Computer Science engineering project ideas for your final year project in this post and we are also going to share some of the new ideas for you. These projects are collected from various resources. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
51 Computer Science Engineering Project Ideas
1. Honey Pots a Security System to Identify Black Hat Community in the Networks
2. Android Application Platform Installation with its Development
3. Advanced Biometric Techniques
4. Anopheles Mosquito Comparative Genomics
5. Android OS based Search Engine
6. Development of a Lost Articles and Letters Reconciliation System
7. Designing Ultra-Dense Computers with QCAs
8. Dynamic Data-Driven Applications Simulation (WIPER)
9. Development of a Recipe Management System
10. Morph: Morphable Computer Architectures for Highly Energy-Aware Systems
11. Secure and Reliable Computation Outsourcing
12. Languages and Systems for Data Intensive Scientific Computing
13. Mining E-Business to Enhance Market Strategies of Company
14. ASP based Training & Placement Cell Management Project
15. Novel methods for comparing and evaluating single and metagenomic assemblies
16. Framework of Patient Monitoring System
17. Bred vectors, singular vectors, and Lyapunov vectors in simple and complex models
18. Allocation Algorithms for Networks with Scarce Resources
19. Efficient Image Segmentation and Segment-Based Analysis in Computer Vision Applications
20. Learning from Multiple views of Data
21. Security System for DNS Using Cryptography
22. Support Vector Machine Identification of Subspace Hammerstein Models
23. Identifying Hidden Patterns in Students‟ Feedback through Cluster Analysis
24. The Impact of Multimedia Geographic Information System in Tourism
25. Development of Simulator for a Material Handling System Analysis of Assembly Line
26. Analysis of Structural Relationship between Immunodeficiency Viruses Using Support Vector Machine
27. Automatic Micro-calcification Detection Using Wavelet Transform
28. Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Inference System in Predicting the Success of Student’s in a Particular Course
29. Customer Call Tracking System
30. Development of a Feature-Rich Practical Online Leave Management System (LMS)
31. Improving Capacity of Smart Grid Wireless Backhauls with Deadline Ordered Scheduler and Packet Concatenation
32. Development of a feature-rich, practical “Web Enabled Estate Agent”(WEEA)
33. Development of a Web Based Meeting Scheduler
34. Interactive Voice Response (IVR) System
35. Exploring Personalized Travel Route Using POIs
36. An e-Learning System Based on EGL and Web 2.0
37. Diagnosing Computer Bugs Using Big Data
38. Development of a Repository and Search Engine for Alumni of College (RASE)
39. Skeletal Algorithms: Sequential Pattern Mining
40. Development of a Defect Tracking System (DTS)
41. Computational Analysis of Encrypted Database to Provide Confidentiality
42. Security Issue of Cloud Based Storage
43. Automatic Brightness Control of the Hand-held Device Display with Low Illumination
44. Android based Bus ticket booking system
45. Android based Movie ticket booking system
46. Android based health tracking system
47. Web-Based Online Library System
48. Hacking Prevention using Positive Tainting
49. Weekly Automatic College Timetable Generation
50. Corporate Recruitment System (CRS)
51. SAP based Online Promotion Examination
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Sep 20, 2015
Today, the demand of electricity is rapidly growing in this world and set to be doubled by 2030. So it is necessary to increase the supply of electric power and for that it is very essential to find other alternative methods to produce electric-energy. And this project on "Converting sound energy to electric energy" is to solve the energy crises. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such projects and seminar.
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When we think of another method to generate electricity and power, many methods strike to our mind like using wind energy, hydro energy, solar power etc. But what if we generate electricity from sound pollution? So is it possible to convert sound energy into electricity?
Noise pollution is waste and no one want it and if this waste form of sound could be converted and used, then it will be very beneficial for mankind.
Working of this project is based on the oscillation created by the sound wave which can be further converted to electricity and as the frequency is high the movement will be fast due to it we will get appreciable amount of electric energy. This project uses loudspeaker (transducer) to work opposite as of its normal working. i.e instead of converting electrical signal into sound it converts sound wave into electrical.
The above diagram shows the prototype of the project. In this arrangement, as the high power sound is provided at diaphragm of the speaker it will produce electricity thus make the LED glow.
Hope you will like this project and will try to implement it. Use this report for your reference and study work and if you like it, share with your friends.
Sep 13, 2015
This seminar report on stream process give emphasis on programmability with efficiency and is a good topic for seminar for Electronics engineering and other related branches. Stream processors are signal and image processors that offer both efficiency and programmability. Stream processors have efficiency comparable to ASICs (200 GOPS/W), while being programmable in a high-level language. You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects and Seminar.Use only for Reference and Study.
For many signal processing applications programmability and efficiency is desired. With current technology either programmability or efficiency is achievable, not both.
Conventionally ASIC's are being used where highly efficient systems are desired. The problem with ASIC is that once programmed it cannot be enhanced or changed, we have to get a new ASIC for each modification. Other option is microprocessor based or DSP based applications.
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Streams are sets of data elements. All elements are a single data type. Stream processors have efficiency comparable to ASICs (200 GOPS/W), while being programmable in a high-level language.
A stream program (sometimes called a synchronous data-flow program) expresses a computation as a signal flow graph with streams of records (the edges) flowing between computation kernels (the nodes). Most signal-processing applications are naturally expressed in this style.
Stream processors depend on parallelism and locality for their efficiency. For an application to stream well, there must be sufficient parallel work to keep all of the arithmetic units in all of the clusters busy. Use this project for your reference ab study only.
Author:-VIPIN DAS M.J