Virtual Reality Modeling of a Car Suspension with Active Control Capability

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This thesis presents the evolution of a full car model into virtual reality environment to visually demonstrate the dynamics of a car resulting from various inputs controlled both passively and actively. The model is a seven degree of freedom system that can be configured to be excited by either a bump or harmonic input. Active controls available to the system include the well known Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) as well as a new Nonlinear Energy Absorber (NEA) which utilizes both nonlinear springs and nonlinear damper. Continue reading Virtual Reality Modeling of a Car Suspension with Active Control Capability

Scheme Interpreter using C

This is a very good project by students of Cornell University and the main purpose of this project is to create a Scheme interpreter using C language and Mega32 microprocessor. This project focus on using full microprocessor memory power to make interpreter work fine. The main target of the project is to use the memory of the microprocessor as fully as possible to make the interpreter perform major functions. Also, there will be limitation of the number of loops and memory that the interpreter could face memory shortage. In order to relieve the memory restraint to certain level, both FLASH and EEPROM have to be used. Continue reading Scheme Interpreter using C

Effect of Noise on Gradient Systems

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In this paper, we generalize our work to perturbed gradient systems (PGS). For original gradient systems (GS), the change of a vector x(t) at time t is defined as the gradient vector of a function F(x) times a small negative constant. For PGS, it is assumed that the vector x(t) is perturbed by mean zero Gaussian noise. The noise can either be multiplicative or additive. In this paper, the corresponding energy functions for both cases are derived. It is found that their energy functions are very difference from F(x). Continue reading Effect of Noise on Gradient Systems

Generation of Electricity from Wind Power

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Wind results from air in motion. Air in motion arises from a pressure gradient. Wind can be broadly classified as “planetary” & “local”. Planetary winds are caused by greater solar heating of the earth`s surface near the equator than near the northern or southern poles. This cause warm tropical air to rise and flow through the upper atmosphere towards the poles & cold air from the poles to flow back to the equator nearer to earth’s surface. Continue reading Generation of Electricity from Wind Power

ECE Project on Dam Management

Dam management should be considered not only where unacceptable flooding is affecting property or roads but also in the desert areas. It is aimed to make a reservoir to prevent flood or to store the water to canalize in the required direction. A big Dam is made which preserves the water coming from river or lake or even rainwater. Dam management can also be named as water asset management. It saves the city from flood and in the time requirement it will provide the water to “water requiring” cities. By employing a turbine we will be able to generate the electricity too. Continue reading ECE Project on Dam Management

Project on Quadcopter

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A quadcopter is a multicopter lifted and propelled by four rotors. The motors are mounted in the same plane, on the helicopter, forming a square. This allows this quadcopter to lift vertically without rotating on itself. There are several advantages to quadcopters over comparably-scaled helicopters. The fact that four motors are involved reduces the minimum size of the propellers on each motor. This means that in case the quadcopter hits anything the damage is significant less than if a similar sized helicopter crashed. Continue reading Project on Quadcopter