Research and Development Cell

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To create an environment for technology innovations and being recognized as one of the leading research centers in India.

1. Establish an atmosphere for faculty to engage in cutting edge research by providing required infrastructure and necessary financial assistance.

2. Provide students a platform to indulge in research and development through technology innovation.

3. Keep students up to date with latest technology inventions in their field of study through seminars and workshops.

4. Equip students to solve social relevant challenges through technology innovation.

Our faculties are currently pursuing their PhD’s in the following domains.

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Name: Mrs. K. UdaySree

Department: Mechanical Engineering

Research Topic: Vibration based diagnostics for analysis of combustion

properties and noise emissions of IC engines. The main objective of this work is to study the reconstruction of the cylinder pressure from Vibration measurements for diagnosis purposes of IC engines. The final goal is to deliver a basic framework for an engineering method to perform the reconstruction of the cylinder pressure in similar engines of the same brand. The investigation is also extend to use of the reconstructed pressure for detecting start of the combustion process (SOC) for calculation of the beat release rate (BRR) and  for prediction of the noise and exhaust emission.

Name: Mr. Syed Khamruddin

Department: Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Research Topic: Sensor less control of Induction motor using luenberger observer with fuzzy logic.The control and estimation of ac drives are more complex than those of dc drives,and this complexity increases if high performances are demanded. The main reasons of this complexity are the need of variable frequency, harmonically optimum converter power supplies and machine parameter variations. This research focuses on the sensor less control technique for speed estimation of Induction motor drive using the Luenberger Observer method. Variable frequency power supplies will be considered with voltage fed converters as they are popularly used in the industrial applications. In this scheme intelligent controls are provided using fuzzy logic.

Name: Mr. M. P. Mallesh

Department: Humanities and Sciences

Research Topic: MHD Nanofluid flow and heat transfer past a vertical oscillating plate with thermal radiation, viscous dissipation heat generation Numerical Study A mathematical model is depicted in the unsteady magneto hydrodynamic (MHD) nanofluid flow and heat transfer from a vertically oscillating plate in its own plane in the presence of thermal radiation, viscous dissipation and heat generation. A range of nanofluids containing nanoparticles Al2O3, Cu, Tio2 and Ag with nanoparticle volume fraction range less than or equal to 0.04 are considered. The Tiwari-Das nanofluid model is employed. The governing unsteady, coupled, non-linear partial differential equations are transformed into a system of nonlinear ordinary differential equations, with appropriate intial and boundary conditions. A robust Galerkin finite element numerical solution is developed. The obtained results are bench marked with previously published work for special cases of the problem in order to access the accuracy of the numerical method and found to be in excellent agreement. This study is relevant to high temperature, magnetic nanomaterial’s processing, thermal flow processing in the chemical engineering coating operations, solar energy collector system, and so on.

Name: Mrs. T. Sandhya

Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering

Research Topic: Design of sub-threshold circuit for ultralow power applications In the past, the major concerns of the VLSI designer were area, performance, cost and reliability. Power consideration was mostly of only secondary importance. In recent years, however, this has begun to change and increasingly, power is given comparable weight to area and speed considerations. Low power has emerged as a principal theme in today’s electronic industry. The need for low power has caused a major paradigm shift where power dissipation has become as important considerations as performance and area. Wide utilization of portable battery-operated devices in modern applications triggers a demand for ultra low power designs. Many circuit techniques have been successfully applied to reduce both dynamic and leakage components of power. Recently, subthreshold operation has gained a lot of attention due to ultra low- power consumption in applications requiring low to medium performance. It has also been shown that by optimizing the device structure, power consumption of digital sub threshold logic can be further minimized while improving its performance. Therefore subthreshold circuit design is very promising for future ultra low-energy sensor applications as well as high performance parallel processing.

Name: Mrs. S. Anusha

Department: Electronics and Communication Engineering

Research Topic: Design and implementation of reversible ALU in nanometer technology.

In low power circuit design, reversible computing has become one of the most efficient and prominent technique in recent years. Reversible logic is gaining significant consideration as the potential logic design style for implementation in modern nanotechnology. In this work, we propose reversible Arithmetic and Logic Unit (ALU) and we design, develop and implement and show its major implications on the Central Processing Unit (CPU).

This proposed ALU consists of eight operations, three arithmetic and five logical operations. The arithmetic operations include addition and subtraction, multiplication, division and the logical operations include NAND, AND, OR, NOT and XOR. All the modules are likely to be designed using the basic reversible gates. This work focuses on PFGA, HNG, DKG, PTR gates which are 4*4 reversible logic gates. The proposed design will be analysed and compared in terms of number of gates count, garbage output, quantum cost and propagation delay.  Power, area and delay analysis of the various sub modules are compared with the traditional gates. The proposed ALU can be coded using Verilog; the design will be verified, simulated and synthesized using Xilinx ISE 12.2 software and using Cadence backend tool.

R&D POLICY – HANDBOOK

 

KG Reddy College of Engineering and Technology has promoted research and development activities with a vision and mission to pursue and promote research.

Major Goals/Objectives of R&D cell:

  • To promote multidisciplinary research projects.
  • To promote the publication of research papers in reputed conferences and journals.
  • To foster R&D through industry collaboration.
  • To consult industries with their research related projects.
  • To conduct development programs for faculty and staff.
  • To encourage faculty and students’ to apply for Patents and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).

The Institute has a Research and Development Cell constituted by 7 members. The research committee is headed by Dr. Dilip Kumar Sahu, Dean R&D as chairman.

S.no Name of the Faculty Particular
1. Dr.Dilip Kumar Sahu ,Mechanical Engineering Department Chairman
2. Dr.R.S.Jahagirdar, Mechanical Engineering Department Member
3. Dr.Hemant Bhuvyan, Computer Engineering Department Member
4. Dr.Manish Jain, Electronics and Communication Engineering Department Member
5. Mrs(Dr).Supriya Goel, Electronics and Communication Engineering Department Member
6. Dr.Mohammed Ahmed, First year Department Member
7. Dr.Ramakrishna, First year Department Member

Policies to promote research work for faculties and students

Basic research in engineering is by definition concerned with the discovery and systematic conceptual structuring of knowledge. Engineers develop, design, produce or construct, and operate devices, structures, machines and systems of economic and social value. Virtually all engineering research is driven by the anticipated value of an application.

KEY FINDINGS

  • A culture of research requires both institutional and unitbased leaders to set clear research goals and communicate them effectively. The goals must be accompanied by a well‐defined plan of research success evaluation as well as any accompanying changes in compensation. Administrators should also adjust job descriptions to include statements of research and teaching expectations.
  • Institutions wishing to develop a culture of research must allocate significant resources for faculty training and support. Faculty with minimal scholarship production experience will likely need training and personal support to become proficient. Institutions may develop continuing education courses or support services in research practices, grant writing, and grant management. These programs could be housed in either a centralized or discipline‐specific research center.
  • A developing culture of research requires open and collaborative personal relationships among faculty members. Congenial relationships among faculty members would support a successful faculty‐to‐faculty research mentoring initiative. Such mentorships stand to be an important element of culture establishment. Personal ties among faculty are also likely to foster collaborative research efforts, which are a hallmark of research culture success.
  • To implement cultural change, administrators must be prepared to tailor resource allocations based on faculty members’ current motivations and abilities. Those with high motivation and low ability will likely make the best use of training and support resources. Those with low motivation would likely benefit most from developing personal relationships both within their unit and within the larger academic community.
  • A culture of research may take years to develop and, once established, requires regular maintenance. New policies relating to research must be enforced with regularity over time before they are accepted. Once changed policies are accepted, administrators must be prepared to meet continuing challenges, such as maintaining research funding, developing partnerships with outside institutions to expand research opportunities, and confronting institutional changes.
  • Plans for a culture of research should include consideration of student involvement. Doctoral students who are exposed to research practices early in their education are more likely to complete their dissertations. Institutions may develop student research skills through research assistantships. Faculty mentors may also provide personalized research guidance.

 Hence to promote the research work participants will be able to:

  • Understand the nature and functions of qualitative research
  • Construct a methodological logic appropriate to given research questions
  • Identify the kinds of evidence required and the major methods for gathering each kind
  • Identify the implications of the methodology for budget, ethics and other empirical concerns
  • Outline the major constraints on analyzing qualitative data
  • Identify how best to use available evidence for a range of publication purposes and audiences

Code of Ethics to Check Malpractice and Plagiarism in Research (Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement)

To publish quality papers, the integrity of the content published is an essential element and should be ensured during the review and the edition processes and when publishing papers. To that purpose, authors are expected to fully adhere to the policy regarding publication ethics and malpractice, and respect the following statements:

  1. Reporting standards (Content)

Papers must be original and adhere to a highly scientific (content) and technical (language, artwork, etc.) standard. Authors of original research should present an accurate account of the work performed and the results, followed by an objective discussion of the significance of the work. The manuscript should contain sufficient details and references to permit others to replicate the work. Review articles should be accurate, objective and comprehensive, while editorial ‘opinion’ or perspective pieces should be clearly identified as such. Fraudulent or intended inaccurate statements constitute unethical behaviour and are unacceptable.

  1. Data access and retention (Material Studied)

Before collecting the new material for the purpose of study, the authors must ensure that all necessary permits are obtained. The authors are required to deposit all types of materials in a public natural history collection. Authors may be asked to provide the raw data of their study along with the manuscript for editorial review and should be prepared to make the data available to the public if possible. In any event, authors should ensure accessibility of such data to other competent professionals for at least 10 years after publication (preferably via an institutional or subject-based data repository or other data centre), provided the confidentiality of the participants can be protected and legal rights concerning proprietary data do not preclude their release.

  1. Originality and plagiarism

Authors should ensure that they have written and submitted only their original works, and if they have used the work and /or words of others, that should be appropriately cited. Publications that have been influential in determining the nature of the work reported in the manuscript should also be cited. Plagiarism takes many forms, from “passing off” another’s paper as the author’s own, to copying or paraphrasing substantial parts of another’s paper (without attribution), to claiming results from research conducted by others. Plagiarism in all its forms constitutes unethical publishing behaviour and is unacceptable.

Self-plagiarism (also known as text recycling) should be avoided as much as possible; however, when text duplication from previous works is necessary, it is then reported transparently and these previous works are fully cited in the publication itself.

Whenever possible, data and results gathered in the same framework (e.g. a single research project) should not be broken up into smaller publishable units. This behaviour must be strictly avoided when the data and results share common hypotheses, methods and material.

  1. Research misconduct

Invention of data and malicious manipulation of data (or of data images) are clearly unacceptable. Authors are expected to keep accurate records of the data and to have a proactive and ethical attitude on data management (data availability, quality checks). Data omission or intentional manipulation of parts of the data set to fit the desired study’s hypotheses will be considered as fraud.

s.no Title of paper Name of the author/s Department of the teacher Name of journal Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number
1 Data Sharing Procedure Implication of User Defined Information Security Using Authentication Services M. RaMBAbu Computer science engineering International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research(IJCIR) Aug-17 ISSN 0973-1873 Volume 13, Number 9 (2017), pp. 2209-2219
2 Dynamic and Public Auditing with Fair Arbitration for Cloud Data G.Kavya Computer science engineering International Journal of Computer Engineering  In Research Trends 5/11/2017 pp.136 – 141
3 Secure Data Retrieval for DElectronics and communication engineeringntralized Disruption-Tolerant Military Networks K.Arun Computer science engineering International Journal of Advances in Arts, Sciences and Engineering Jun-17 ISSN 2320-6144
4 Twitter Sentiment Analysis on Demonetization tweets in India Using R language K.Arun Computer science engineering International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends Jun-17 ISSN: 2349-7084
5 A Novel Proposal Scheme Standardize with User Behaviors K.Arun Computer science engineering (IJITR) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH April – May 2017 ISSN 6387-6390
6 An Advanced Scheme for Textual Image Recovery in Network File Systems, K.Arun Computer science engineering (IJITR) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH April – May 2017 ISSN 6380-6383
7 Research and Performance Evaluation Of proposed CBIR System Of Content Based Image Retrieval Using Colour, Teture And Image Processing Techniques. L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering International journal of advance research in science and engineering(IJARSE) Jan-17 2319-8354
8 Texture feature Extraction of Image Retrieval Analysis L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering International journal of Latest Engineering Research Engineering and Applications on Research May-17 ISSN-2455-7137
9 Design and FPGA Implementation of Optimizes 32-bit Vedic multiplier and square architecture Asif               Electronics and communication engineering                 IJERMT 2017 ISSN:2278-9359
10 Speed Regulation of Indirect Vector Controlled-Induction Motor usingFuzzy Logic Controller Khamruddin Syed Electrical electronics engineering IComputer science engineeringG-2017/ IJCTA (Scopux indexed Journal)(KLU) 2017 0974-5572
11 Enhancing Teaching Learning and OBE process through CEED in Collaboration with iGurukuls Khamruddin Syed Electrical electronics engineering ICTIEE-17/JEET 2017 2349-2473
12 Conceptualization of Data Structures Course using Visualization Techniques-A Case Study Khamruddin Syed Electrical electronics engineering ICTIEE-17/JEET 2017 2349-2473
13 Importance and Scope of Implementing Project Based Learning in Tier-II Engineering College Khamruddin Syed Electrical electronics engineering ICTIEE-17/JEET 2017 2349-2473
14 Corridor Management of an Urban road N.Naveen Civil engineering IJARSE 2017 2319-8354
15 Parking Design for a Hospital N.Naveen Civil engineering IJARSE 2017 2319-8354
16 Road safety Audit of an existing Road, from Ashram Chowk to Crrri N.Naveen Civil engineering IJLERA 2017 2455-7137
17 Road safety Audit of Delhi – Mathura Road N.Naveen Civil engineering IJESI 2017 2319-6726
18 Carpooling system in Hyderabad city N.Naveen Civil engineering IJSTM 2017 2394-1537
19 Road Safety Audit of Rbvrr Tspa Junction – Moinabad town N.Naveen Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
20 A Study on Potholes and Its Effects on Vehicular Traffic N.Naveen Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
21 Biological Nutrient Removal in Municipal Wastewater Treatment: New Directions in Sustainability Shiwani Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
22 Rainwater Harvesting To Improve Groundwater Level Using LU/LC Classification In Telephone Colony, Saroornagar, Hyderabad Shiwani Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
23 Performance and Evaluation Study On Pavement Sub Grade Thickness By Using Prepared Geo-Material G.Venkata sai prasad Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
24 Green Concrete With Waste And Recycled Material And Its Comparison With Conventional Concrete A.Nandini Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
25 Seismic And Wind-Induced Vibrations On High Mast Lighting Structures Jeelan pasha Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
26 Green Building Construction K.Raghavendra Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
27 Improvement of Ground Water Table By Using Pervious Concrete As A Rigid Pavement K.Thangamani Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
28 Experimental Study on Pervious Concrete Rathna chary Civil engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
29 Analysis of Modulation techniques for Matrix Converters Applied to PMSG Based Wind Energy Conversion Systems M.Mahesh kumar Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
30 Optimal Power attainment with Non-Conventional Energy Source and Demand Response G.Sireesha Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
31 Ideal Plan of DC Fast-Charging Stations for EVs in Low Voltage Grids ch.Ramiah Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
32 Implementation of Induction Motor utilizing Buck BoostControlled Slip Power Recovery Scheme with Chopper G.anjaneyulu Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
33 Power Flow Management Of A Grid-Connected Hybrid Pv Wind Battery Based System With An Efficient Multi Input Transformer Coupled Bidirectional Dc-Dc Converter Vasanki shailaja Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
34 Power Regulation of PMSG fed Grid Connected Matrix Converter M.Mahesh kumar Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
35 Effect of Trailing edge Modification Overnoise Akshay Takey Electrical electronics engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
36 Investigation Of Nucleation And Growth For Diamond Coatings On Tungsten Carbide Base Cutting Tools For Machining Of Aluminium By Hfcvd Method Dr.D. K. Sahu Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
37 Design Analysis and Fabrication of Solekshaw N.harini Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
38 Computational Fluid Flow Analysis Of High Speed Rotating Turbine With Blade Angle 150 Manish vyas Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
39 Stealth aircraft Technology A. Kalpana Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
40 Computational fluid flow analysis of water tube boiler Saba Sultana Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
41 Heat transfer analysis of fins with varied geometry and materials S.Sathish Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
42 Increasing Efficiency of  Engine By Combining IC Engine And EC Engine D.Simhana devi Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
43 Study of Magnetic Energy Transition to Thermal Effect by Renewable Energy Kalpa Narendar reddy Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
44 Theoretical Analysis of Air-Cooling by Using Concept of Zeer Pot Refrigeration Saba Sultana Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
45 A Study Report on Use of Solar Energy in the Automotive Sector N.harini Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
46 Diagnosis of Engine Vibrations upon a fuel blend of Linseed oil and Diesel K.Udaysri Mechanical engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
47 Short Range Voice Communication Using Bluetooth Md.Asif Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
48 Morphological Gradient And Fuzzy Logic Approach For Edge Detection In MRI Images Priyanka Thakur Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
49 Content Identification from Regular Scene Pictures: Towards A Framework for Visually Impaired People A.Deepika Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
50 Outline Of Reenactment Distinction CMOS Phase Frequency Detectors For Rapid And Low Jitter PLL P.Usha Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
51 Vehicle Tracking And Fuel Level Identifying Based On Android Vijaya bhasker reddy Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
52 A Relative Execution Investigation of OFDM using MATLAB Recreation with M-PSK and M-QAM Mapping P.Spandana Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
53 Effective Ways to Use Internet of Things in the Field of Medical and Smart Health Care K.Usha Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
54 A Research On Ultra Wideband (UWB) Antennas For Wireless Communications T.Gayatri Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
55 An Application of Combinatorial Analysis HGLC for Image restoration A.Alavelu Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
56 Analysis Of MSA, Paraboloid And Lens Antennas Using SHF For Wireless Communication Devices A.Saida Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
57 Multi-View of 3D Echocardiography Fusion Using Filtering Techniques to Reduce Speckle Noise Syeda Ayesha Afreen Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
58 Design And Analysis Of Vedic Multiplier Using Full Swing Modified Gate Defused Input Method Bavusaheb Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
59 IoT Applications, Challenges And  Research Directions Tuti sandhya Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
60 Multisensor Data Fusion For Aircraft Navigation: Overview And Methodology N.Narsaiah Electronics and communication engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
61 Safety Fear/Attacks Current in Cloud Environment S MP Qubeb Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
62 Privacy Protection Using Generalization for Collaborative Data Publishing M.Saidi.Reddy Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
63 Stealth Steganography Using Message Digest Secure Hash Algorithm in Information Security M.kavya Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
64 Predicting The Public Opinion From The Social Networks K.Arun Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
65 Review On Performance Evaluation Of Symmetric & Asymmetric Algorithm To Provide Security For Cloud Computing Ashwini gulhane Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
66 Data Integrity and Delay Differentiated Services in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Dynamic Routing S.Mahesh kumar Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
67 A Big Image Data Distributed Processing Frame Work in Static and Dynamic Image Cloud Processing Shaik Asha Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
68 A Grid System for Never Ending Location-Based Services Shaik Shakeera Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
69 A Secure Public Key Broadcast Encryption (Pkbe) For Cooperative Groups InManet Krushima Soma Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
70 Public sentiment Analysis on Movies reviews P.Praveen Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
71 Augmented Sh (Smarter Healthcare) Big Data Analytics With “Outsmart-Fgac Cloud Framework Jaya Bharathi Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
72 Novel And Time Efficient Index To Search Near-Optimal Query Results With Better Efficiency A.Rajya lakshmi Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
73 Effective Data Mining Association Rules And Classification Techniques For Heart Disease Prediction System K.Sudheer kumar Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
74 Booster in High Dimensional Data Classification K.Rama krishna reddy Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
75 Mode Convertor M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
76 Information Secured Stealth Steganography Using MMS (SSS in MMS) M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
77 Enhanced Honey Cipher Structure with Multiple Cipher Structures M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
78 Online Payment Solutions Fully Off-Line Functions on Frodo Balakotireddy putluri Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
79 Designing of Content Based Image Retrieval Using both Color and Shape Features L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
80 Improving Data Security in Audio Steganography with Padding ASCII Values and Audio Files M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
81 A Comparative Study OnBigdata With Dta Mining And Its Applications Ganga patur Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
82 Enhancing the Bug Tossing Graphs and Characteristics of Bug Similarities M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
83 Image Processing In Data Mining By Using Color K-Means Clustering M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
84 Factors Affecting the consumer behavior with reference to select FMCG retail outlets N.kiranmayi Masters in Business Administration IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
85 Management and Leadership in Engineering dominion Dr.Vahini Reddy Masters in Business Administration IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
86 Potential Sites for Mobile Aviation Infrastructure using GIS Amatul baseer shazia Humanities and Science IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
87 A study on Antibacterial activities’ potential of Aqueous and Ethanolic extracts of Rhizome: Alpinia galangal L. (Zingiberaceae) from Anantagiri area, R.R. District, Telangana, India A.Mahalaxmi Humanities and Science IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
88 Enjoy learning communication and other subjects Humera Nafees Humanities and Science IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
89 An Evaluatory Screening of the Antibacterial Activities’ Efficiency of Seed Kernel of the Mimusops elengi L. (Sapotaceae) A.Mahalaxmi Humanities and Science IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
90 Nanomaterilas In Construction Industry: Review Gourav singh Humanities and Science IJCRT 2017 2320-2882
91 cryptography symmetric encryption algorithms M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal for Development of Computer Science & Technology (IJDCST) jan 2016. 2320-7884,
92 providing p3 approach to improve security over social media M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research (IJMETMR) May-16 2348-4845
93 providing security, integrity and privacy in attribute based encryption M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal & Magazine of Engineering, Technology, Management and Research (IJMETMR) Apr-16 2348-4845
94 “Privacy Preserving and Preventing Stealthy Denial of Service in Cloud Computing M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal for Research on Electronics and Computer Science Jul-16 ISSN-2321-5485(Online), ISSN-2321-5784(Print),
95 A study on different Image Retrieval Techniques in a similarity        Management Algorithm for Image Database L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering International Journal of Research in Information Technology Jan-16 ISSN:2001-5569
96 Relevance Feedback in Image Retrieval: A Comprehensive Review L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering International Journal of  Research in Information Technology Jan-16 ISSN:2001-5569
97 Design and performance of content based image retrieval using data    mining and image processing techniques L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering International Journal of  Advances in Computer Electrical and Electronics                         Engineering Feb 2016- july 2016 ISSN:2248-9584
98 Efficient Image Recovery using Data Mining and Image Processing Techniques L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering International journal of  Emerging Technologies in Engineering     Research(IJETER) May(2016) ISSN:2454-6410
99 Research On Content Based Image Retrieval Using Color And Shape   Features Of Web Applications L Raghu Kumar Computer science engineering National Level Conference on RElectronics and communication engineeringnt Trends In Multi-Disciplinary Academic     Studies Across Globe 10-Sep-16 ISSN-2455-6300
100 Experimental Investigation on strength properties of High Performance Concrete using M-sand and Metakolin Ashwin Alal Civil engineering IRJET Sep-16 e-ISSN2395-0056
101 Improvement of power quality in distribution system by using facts with SMES Ms.V.Shailaja Electrical electronics engineering IJR 2016 2348-6848
102 Edge Detection Through Integrates Morphological Gradient and TYPE 2 fuzzy logic approach Priyanka Thakur Electronics and communication engineering                 IJSRP 2016 ISSN-2250-3153
103 Behaviour of ring footing over reinforced sand k.thangmani Civil engineering IJASTEMS 2016 2454-356X
104 effect of moulding water content on collapsiblepotential of coastal regions soils A surya manikanta Civil engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
105 publish/subscribe matching service with complex computing and reliable communication M.kavya Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
106 privacy protecting of senitive information in social networking media G.Nagendra kumar Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
107 steamming : efffective pre-processing activities in text mining k.sudheer kumar Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
108 honey cipher structure M. Rambabu Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
109 Data sharing with forward security using ID-based ring signature scheme M Jjyothi Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
110 Unsupervised Distence-based outlier detection in high-dimensional data Krushima Soma Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
111 Efficient image processing on distributed platform using big data K.Arun Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
112 Secrecy procedure implication of user defined image on resource sharing sites Dr.Jangala sasi kiran Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
113 Security in order-optimal fuzzy Improved adaptive delay multicast routing protocol M.Saidi.Reddy Computer science engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
114 Efficient file sharing dynamics P2P capability in mobile ad-hoc networks M.Shailaja Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
115 Design and Implementation of navel 4bit universal shift register using reversible logic gates K.Anusha Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
116 An oerview of various edge detection techniques used in image processing Priyanka Thakur Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
117 Design implementation of micro programmed FIR filter using vedic multiplier with compressors Roopa Martha Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
118 Preparation of frame workfor the customization of device driver in linux environment P.Anusha Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
119 CBIR using color, GLCM & Discrete wavelet transform P.Spandana Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
120 Hand gesture based interface for aiding visually impaired A.Deepika Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
121 Visual cryptography schemes for images Ch.Karuna Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
122 Intelligent Power Management in buildings using ZigBee Vijaybhaskar Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
123 A research on vertical handoff for next generation wireless networks T.Gayatri Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
124 VLSI implementation of fast addition using quaternary signed digit number system P.Usha Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
125 Aircraft Navigation sensors/systems and the significance of multisensor data fusion M.N.Narsaiah Electronics and communication engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
126 Design and simulation of direct power control based DSTATCOM K.Hussain Electrical electronics engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
127 Enhancement of photovoltaic systems with cascade modular multilevel converters using fuzzy controller B.Swapna Electrical electronics engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
128 advancement  of quality in distribution system using SVC with SMES during voltage sag and swells V.shailaja Electrical electronics engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
129 A discrete space vector modulation direct torque control of sensor less induction machines G.anjaneyulu Electrical electronics engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
130 A discrete space vector modulation direct torque control of sensor less induction machines kamruddin syed Electrical electronics engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
131 A study of reactive power compensation in power system and its compensation techniques M.Mahesh kumar Electrical electronics engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
132 An alternative fuels for autobiles(vegetable oils) D.simhana devi Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
133 tracking the sun for high vlue electricity by using gallium-Arsenide N.harini Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
134 Design and Fabrication of gear cutting attachment to lathe for machining A spur gear M.sagar kumar Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
135 A new concept of I.C.engine withh homogenous combustion in a porous medium Kalpa Narendar reddy Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
136 Modal analysis of Horns used in Ultrasonic vibration assisted drilling Syam narayana addepalli Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
137 A study report on rapid tooling process N.Harini Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
138 Thermal analysis of a Steam turbine propeller blade M.Gayatri Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
139 What Ails spoken english in enginElectrical electronics engineeringring class rooms? A diagonals and remedy Dr.Lakshmi Kakumaru Humanities and Science IJIET 2016 2319-1058
140 The Challenges of teaching and learning english for engineering students; Can the IELTS approach be an alternate? G.A  Bhaskar Humanities and Science IJIET 2016 2319-1058
141 RElectronics and communication engineeringnt Techniques of teaching in Engineering Humera Nafees Humanities and Science IJIET 2016 2319-1058
142 A study on barriers to Ecommerce in India N.Kiranmayi Masters in Business Administration IJIET 2016 2319-1058
143 Fatique Failures of ecchanical components P.Rama mohan reddy Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
144 The analysis of coriolis effect on a robot manipulator Pratap p thomas Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
145 Mechanical engineeringcollapse due to materials K.Kalpana Mechanical engineering IJIET 2016 2319-1058
146 The relevance of gurukul system of education in our modern education system to transform the engineering , An experimental study Dr.Madhusoodanan Nair M Humanities and Science IJIET 2016 2319-1058
147 Improving Teaching Learning Process Through Establishment Of centre for Engineering Education devlopment. Khamruddin Syed Electrical electronics engineering ICTIEE-16/JEET Jan-15 2349-2473
148 Improving security and efficiency cloud based bandwidth decline scheme M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal of Innovative Technologies (IJIT) Jul-15 ISSN 2321-8665
149 Protected data distribution with load balancing in the cloud by developing group M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal of Innovative Technologies (IJIT) Jul-15 ISSN 2321-8665
150 Elegant cloud services through Neighbor search an internet of the whole thing Enabler M. Rambabu Computer science engineering International Journal of Innovative Technologies (IJIT) Jul-15 ISSN 2321-8665
151 Providing privacy and data integrity in dynamic group using TPA over cloud computing Jaya Bharathi Computer science engineering International Journal of computer engineering in research trends Sep-15 2349-7084
152 Shrinkage characteristics of fine graded soil with the addition of cement, A. Nandini Civil engineering IJIRSET July 2015. ISSN 2379-8753
153 Web surveillance system using Raspberry PI M.Manohar Rao Electronics and communication engineering                  IJERT 2015 ISSN:2278-0181
154 Edge Detection Through Integrates Morphological Gradient and fuzzy logic approach Priyanka Thakur Electronics and communication engineering                 IJSETR 2015 ISSN:2278-7798
155 Implementation of a home Embedded surveillance device with majority voting Mechanical engineeringanism Vijay Bhaskar Reddy Electronics and communication engineering                 IJSETR 2015 ISSN:2319-8885
156 Irritable locate wish forgeries:Jaws and Denial QUBEB Computer science engineering JCCST 2015 2331-5411
157 Z-source inverter Fed BLDC drive for speed control application G.Anjaneyulu Electrical electronics engineering IJESR 2015 2277-2685
158 Fall Detection and observation system over linux environment with IOT P.Usha Electronics and communication engineering IJIT 2015 2321-8665
159 A Comparative Study of Elliptic Curve Cryptography and RSA to Kerberos Authentication Protocol QUBEB Computer science engineering International Journal of Advances in Science Engineering and Technology Jan.-2014 ISSN:2321-9009
160 EXPANSION OF DATA SECURITY MODEL BY MEANS OF SOFTWARE PERFORMANCE Shaik Asha Computer science engineering International journal of reviews on rElectronics and communication engineeringnt electronics and computer science (IJRRECS) Feb-14 ISSN :2321-5461
161 AN APPORAOCH TOWARDS AUDIT SERVICES SECURING THE RELIABILITY OF OUTSOURCED INFORMATION Shaik Shakeera Computer science engineering International journal of reviews on rElectronics and communication engineeringnt electronics and computer science (IJRRECS) Feb-14 ISSN :2321-5461
162  Design, Analysis and Implementation of Low Area and High Speed CSLA using Pass Transistor Logic Mr.
Khamruddin Syed
Electrical electronics engineering Advancements and Innovations in Engineering, Technology and Management/JIE 2014 2347-7504
163 Effect Of Pressure On Morphology And Adhesion Of Hfcvd Diamond Coating On Cemented Carbide Inserts Dr.D. K. Sahu Mechanical engineering IJCMS May-14 Issn 2347-8527
164 Traffic Allocation Technique   in Computer Networks M Saidi Reddy Computer science engineering International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) Dec-14 ISSN (Online): 2319- 7064, volume 3, issue12
165 High dimensional data clustering using Fast cluster based feature selection G.Kavya Computer science engineering IJSETR Aug-14 2319-8885
166 Design and implementation of high speed and low power multiplier using Urdhwa Tiryagbhyam Sutra M.Padmaja Electronics and communication engineering IJERT 2014 ISSN:2278-0181
167 Implementation of web server by using ARM9 for industrial applications Syeda Ayesha Afreen Electronics and communication engineering            IJMETMR 2014 ISSN-2348-4845
168 Reusing of Glass Powder and Industrial Waste Materials in Concrete. Raghavendra K Civil engineering IJRET Jan-14 eISSN: 2319-1163 |pISSN: 2321-7308
169 A Novel control technique of inverter for fuel cell vehicle ch.Ramiah Electrical electronics engineering IJEETS Dec-14 2319-8885
170 A Seven Level Cascaded Multilevel Inverter Based Dynamic Voltage Restorer K Hussain Electrical electronics engineering IJEETE 2013 2051-3240
171 Power Quality Improvement,THD Analysis using DSTATCOM low voltage system K Hussain Electrical electronics engineering IJEETE 2013 2250-155X
172  Improvement of performance of a DG system. G.Sireesha Electrical electronics engineering IJElectrical electronics engineeringR 2013 2250-155X

CONSULTANCY SERVICES

K G Reddy College of Engineering and Technology is offering consultancy services to both Industries and Academic institutions in the various areas of engineering, computer applications and Management studies.

Ongoing consultancy projects:-

Name of Principal Investigator Duration of project Name of the research  project Amount / Fund received Name of funding agency Year of sanction Department of recipient
K. Nagaiah 1 year AMC 18000 Chetan sai Engineering Enterprises 2018 Electronics and communication Engineering Department
P.Prabhuraj 1 year Some studies on effect of heat treatment on cast aluminium shell 25000 Tass engineering works 2017 Mechanical Engineering Department
Mahesh Reddy 1 year Experimental Investigation on Metal Casting of sewing machine 75000 Grand Casting 2017 Mechanical Engineering Department
M.Narsaiah 1 year Design and prototype Development of the multi O/P power supply for which specifications are enclosed 75000 Kenra Technology 2017 Electronics and communication Engineering Department
Dr. Dilip Sahu 1 year Microstructure and mechanical properties of manual metal arc welded stainless steel joint using 304L 50000 UBE Industries Limited 2017 Mechanical Engineering Department
M.Narsaiah 1 year Design and prototype Development of the multi O/P power supply for which specifications are enclosed 45000 Kenra Technology 2016 Electronics and communication Engineering Department