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Vol. 16 Issue 2

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Feb 01, 2024

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Publication Date:
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                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 16 Issue 2      Submission Start Date: Feb 01, 2024      Acceptence Notification Start: Feb 10, 2024      Submission End: Feb 25, 2024      Final MenuScript Due: Feb 28, 2024      Publication Date: Feb 28, 2024




Volume XIV Issue III

Author Name
Vivek Kumar, Chetan Agarwal
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3
Abstract
Vehicular Ad hoc Networks (VANETs) have emerged recently as one of the most attractive topics for researchers and automotive industries due to their tremendous potential to improve traffic safety, efficiency and other added services. However, VANETs are themselves vulnerable against attacks that can directly lead to the corruption of networks and then possibly provoke big losses of time, money, and even lives. This paper presents a survey of VANETs attacks and solutions in carefully considering other similar works as well as updating new attacks and categorizing them into different classes.
PaperID
2022/EUSRM/3/2022/61248

Author Name
Satyavrit shukla, Chetan Agarwal
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3
Abstract
Sensors are regarded as significant components of electronic devices. In most applications of wireless sensor networks (WSNs), important and critical information must be delivered to the sink in a multi-hop and energy-efficient manner. In as much as the energy of sensor nodes is limited, prolonging network lifetime in WSNs is considered to be a critical issue. In order to extend the network lifetime, researchers should consider energy consumption in routing protocols of WSNs. In this paper, a new energy-efficient routing protocol (EERP) has been proposed for WSNs using A-star algorithm. The proposed routing scheme improves the network lifetime by forwarding data packets via the optimal shortest path. The optimal path can be discovered with regard to the maximum residual energy of the next hop sensor node, high link quality, buffer occupancy and minimum hop counts indicate that the proposed scheme improves network lifetime.
PaperID
2022/EUSRM/3/2022/61250

Author Name
Ajay Kumar, Alka Thakur
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3
Abstract
Renewable energy resources have become more widely integrated into the electricity system in recent years. Wind plays an essential role in the energy mix since it is a renewable, clean, and abundant source of electricity. Increased wind power penetration in the electrical system, on the other hand, might have a negative impact on electricity quality and create new operational issues. This study examines topics such as maximum power point tracking, fault ride-through capabilities, inter-area and sub-synchronous oscillations, and voltage flicker as they pertain to the integration of wind farms into the power system, as well as existing control systems. This document also outlines upcoming obstacles and possibilities. This paper presents the classification of wind turbine, its control techniques and review of literature about the earlier work done in the field of transient stability using FACTS controller.
PaperID
2022/EUSRM/3/2022/61289

Author Name
Ganesh Kumar, Alka Thakur
Year Of Publication
2022
Volume and Issue
Volume 14 Issue 3
Abstract
The goal of this review article is to learn about the power electronics, linear actuators in the current platform, and then to provide a solution to improve the controller and also presents the problem formulation for the low voltage power electronics. This must be both quicker than the present controller and consume no more CPU recurses than are required. Three new regulators were implemented and tested based on the current controller's understanding. To create the control signal, one utilises a PI regulator, while the other two use an adaptive algorithm. All were faster than the existing one, and the PI approach requires the fewest CPU recurses; however, this must be tuned for various hardware and output frequencies.
PaperID
2022/EUSRM/3/2022/61276