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Volume 1 Issue 2                          April-June 2013

Voltage Stability improvement with optimum allocation of SVCs using Genetic Algorithm [pp 1-6]
Jaiswal Manoj, Jaiswal Priyanka, Kaur Paramjeet
Abstract: Voltage stability analysis is very essential for a secure power system operation. A lot of works have been developed for this analysis with different optimization techniques. In this paper a Genetic-Algorithm based optimization scheme for the location of SVC (Static VAR Compensators) for voltage stability enhancement of power system is presented. The objective function of the proposed work is to increase system voltage margin & enhance system stability criteria. The proposed algorithm is tested on an IEEE-14 bus test power system for voltage stability enhancement and results are presented. The advantage of this proposed algorithm is to develop a simple and convenient procedure which can be applied effectively to enhance the voltage stability. This paper considers a tool based on the determination of critical modes. Critical modes ….

An Experimental Analysis of Smart Steering System [pp 7-13]
Kolewar Arun Kumar, Puranik Rohan, Sharma Shreya
Abstract: Since last few decades we have seen an ample amount of advancement in the automobile industry, especially in the cars. We also want to give some modifications to a conventional car in order to improve the viability of car or a four wheel drive vehicle. The main advantage is to achieve angular motion (90 degree) of the wheel; more than in the holonimic vehicles. Omni-directional vehicles provide higher quality maneuvering capability as compared to the common non holonomic vehicles. The ability to move along any direction irrespective of the orientation of the vehicle makes it an ..

A Novel Approach of Error Correction for Uncompressed HD Frame Over Wireless Network [pp 14-20]
Chouhan Ekta, Rai Rajesh Kumar
Abstract: Digital transmission of uncompressed highdefinition video is challenging because of its high data rate and its extreme sensitivity to bit errors. In this paper we propose a simple error correction scheme to reduce the bit error effects in the video at the receiver end of a wireless channel. Our scheme uses the large amount of spatial redundancy already present in uncompressed HD video data to provide an extra layer of protection in addition to that provided by channel coding. Thus, our method requires no change to the video signal being transmitted and is compatible with any existing solution for HD video transmission ….