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2015 BOSI EDU PARIS CONFERENCE
2015 BOSI EDU PARIS CONFERENCE
SCHEDULE
2015 2nd International Conference on Sensors
and Materials Manufacturing Science
(2nd ICSMMS 2015)
ParisпјЊFrance
January 17-18, 2015
http://www.icsmms.org/
SPONSORED BY
2015 BOSI EDU PARIS CONFERENCE
Simple Version of the Schedule
Registration at the TIMHOTEL
January 17
p.m.
BERTHIER (15:00-17:00)
Oral Presentation (9:00-10:15)
Session 1
January 18
• Coffee Break (10:15-10:30)
a.m.
•Oral Presentation (10:30-12:00)
Session 2
•Lunch (12:00-13:30)
•Oral Presentation (13:30-15:00)
January 18
p.m.
Session 3
•Coffee Break (15:00-15:15)
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Committees
Conference Chair
Jenny Ji, BOSI Education & Consultancy, China
International Program Committee Chair (Australia)
Professor Richard (Chunhui) Yang, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Researcher , Jingwei Zhao, School of Mechanical, Materials and Mechatronic
Engineering University of Wollongong, NSW 2522, Australia
International Program Committee Chair (India)
Prof. Navdeep Malhotra, Ymca University of Science & Technology, Faridabad
India
Dr. GAURI SANKAR MUKHERJEE, DRDO, New Delhi, India
International Program Committee Chair (Kurukshetra)
Dr. Sona Rani, UIET, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra
International Program Committee Chair (Taiwan)
Researcher and Professor, Dr. Zih-Ping Ho, Business Intelligence Research Center,
Dept. Information Management, National Taipei University of Business, Taipei City,
Taiwan.
International Program Committee Chair (Turkey)
Prof. Dr. Murat Dicleli, Department of Enjineering Sciences, Middle East
Technical University, Turkey
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Hilmi ГјnlГј', Department of Computer Science &Engineering Istanbul
Technical University, Turkey
Prof. Dr. Zulfu Asik, Department of Enjineering Sciences, Middle East
Technical University, Turkey
International Program Committee Chair (Finland)
Prof. Nousiainen, Pertti, Department of Materials Science, Tampere University of
Technology, Finland
International Program Committee Chair (Korea)
Professor Jei Pil Wang, Department of Metallurgical Engineering, Pukyong
National University, Busan 608-736, Korea
Internation Program Committee Chair (China)
Professor Sang-Bing Tsai, Management School, Zhongshan Institute, University of
Electronic Scienceand Technology of China
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Venue
Conference venue: TIMHOTEL BERTHIER
Add: Timhotel Berthier Paris 17 / 3*4, boulevard Berthier 75017 Paris
Map to TIMHOTEL BERTHIER for Reference
More Information about INTERACTIVE Map of metros, buses, tramways and
RER trains routes of Paris and suburbs, please reference to:
http://www.ratp.fr/plan-interactif/carteidf.php?lang=uk
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Conference Schedule
January 17, 2015(Saturday)
Registration at the lobby of
15:00-17:00
TIMHOTEL BERTHIER
Note: You can also register at any time during the conference.
January 18, 2015 (Sunday)
9:00-10:15
Session 1
10:15—10:30
Photos &Coffee Break
10:30—12:00
Session 2
12:00-13:30
Lunch
13:30—15:00
Session 3
15:00—15:15
Coffee Break
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Note:
1. All the participants are strongly advised to arrive before 8:50, Jan. 18, 2015.
2. Certificate of Participation can be collected at the registration counter.
3. Please copy PPT files of your presentation to the secretary when
registration.
4. The organizer doesn’t provide accommodation, and we suggest you make
an early reservation.
5. If you want to deliver oral presentation but your paper is not in the
session list, please contact us by Email: [email protected] (for ICSMMS 2015)
Instruction about Oral Presentation
Devices Provided by the Conference Organizer:
Laptops
Projectors & Screen
Laser Sticks
Materials Provided by the Presenters:
PowerPoint or PDF files
Duration of each Presentation:
Regular Oral Session: about 8-10 Minutes of Presentation and 5 Minutes of
Q&A
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Session List
Session 1
January 18, 2015(9:00-10:15)
1- Paper ID: 1
Title: Hydrogen Separation Using Inorganic Membranes
Authors: Mohammed Nasir Kajama, Ngozi Claribelle Nwogu, Edward Gobina
Abstract: Gas permeation of hydrogen (H2) and nitrogen (N2) were obtained from 30
and 6000 nm pore diameter tubular commercial alumina ceramic membranes at 0.05 to
1.00 bar and 298 K. Flow rates of up to 3.279 and 2.296 l/min were obtained for H2 and
N2 respectively. The ratio of H2/N2 flow rates were used to calculate H2/N2 selectivity.
The experimental H2/N2 selectivities obtained were 1.85 and 1.43 for the 30 and 6000
nm respectively.
2- Paper ID: 2
Title: Validation of a Novel Approach for Co2/N2 Gas Separations by means of a Hybrid
Ceramic Membrane
Authors: Ngozi Claribelle Nwogu, Mohammed Nasir kajama , Edward. Gobina
Abstract: Global warming has been documented as one of the world’s foremost
ecological concerns. Although it is difficult to totally end human related global
warming, there is a possibility to alleviate these effects through a wide spectrum of
options. One such possibility is the reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide emissions,
a major greenhouse gas widely thought to be responsible for global warming. This
paper therefore looks at an experimental validation of gas separation by means of a
high selective membrane for CO2 recovery applications. Analysis of the results obtained
is in good agreement with literature experimental data. Additional results show that
CO2 selectivity factor is reasonable for capture of CO2 from N2 as a key constituent in a
flue gas stream.
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3- Paper ID: 3
Title: DETERMINATION OF ATOMIZATION CHARACTERISTICS OF A DIESEL INJECTOR
Authors: Gö khan TÜ CCAR, Gö ktürk Memduh Ö ZKAN, Kadir AYDIN1
Abstract: Atomization of liquid fuels is very important topic for combustion studies
since it enhances air/ fuel mixing process and therefore ensures perfect combustion.
With today’s common diesel injectors, fuel is directly injected into the combustion
chamber with extremely high pressures which exceed 1300 bar in order to obtain
perfect atomization. However, these high injection pressures unfortunately create
some problems in the injection system such as cavitation erosion which may lead to
mechanical failure. Introducing of air into the injector prior to combustion will increase
fuel atomization, provide more complete combustion, enhance fuel economy and
results in lower engine emissions. The aim of this study is to investigate atomization
behaviour of a newly introduced diesel engine which mixes air and fuel prior to
combustion chamber.
4- Paper ID: 4
Title: Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Analysis of Arenga Pinnata Fibre Reinforced Epoxy
Composites: Effects of Alkaline Treatment
Authors: Abdul Hakim Abdullah, Mohamad Syafiq Abdul Khadir, Nik Roselina Nik
Roseley
Abstract: In present investigations, dynamic mechanical thermal behaviours of Arenga
Pinnata fibres prior and after alkaline treatment were studied. The alkaline treatments
were applied on the Arenga Pinnata fibres by immersed in the alkaline solution, 6%
Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH). Using hand lay-out technique, composites were fabricated
at 20% and 40% by Arenga Pinnata fibres weight contents. The thermal behaviours of
both untreated and treated composites were determined by employing Dynamic
Mechanical Analysis (DMTA). The results shows that the treated fibres owned better
results of Storage Modulus (E’), Loss Modulus (E”) and Tan Delta temperatures ranges
from 0oC to 80oC.
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5- Paper ID: 6
Title: Application of finite element methods for the analysis of restitution coefficients
for golf club heads
Authors: Ching-Hui Tai, Chun-Ho Yin
Abstract: Finite element methods are applied to investigate the coefficient of
restitution (COR) for the head of a golf club. ANSYS commercial finite element software
is first applied to determine the COR of two different disc-shaped titanium impact
surfaces. These values were then experimentally verified to validate the accuracy of the
finite element model. Finally, ANSYS was applied to determine the COR for club heads
according to USGA specifications to confirm the reliability of the finite element model.
The model is then validated by comparison with experimental results. The model can
not only reduce time needed for product design and experimental testing, but can
serve as a basis for follow-up studies on ball flight trajectory.
10:15-10:30
Photos & Coffer Break
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Session 2
January 18, 2015(10:30-12:00)
1- Paper ID: 11
Title: Analysis of Engine Performance Parameters of Electrically Assisted Turbocharged
Diesel Engine
Authors: Tayfun Г– ZGГњ R, Kadir AYDIN
Abstract: Charging system is used to increase the charge density. Supercharging system
suffers from fuel consumption penalty because of compressor powered by engine
output. Turbocharging system uses wasted exhaust energy that means compressor
powered by exhaust turbine but has a turbo lag problem. The electrically assisted
turbocharger which can eliminate turbo lag problem and fuel consumption penalty is
the topic of this paper. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the effect of electrically
assisted turbocharger on diesel engine performance parameters. The AVL Boost
software program was used to simulate the electrically assisted turbocharged diesel
engine. Simulations results showed that electrically assisted turbocharger increases low
end torque and improves fuel economy.
2- Paper ID: 12
Title: Determination of the Impacts of Nanoparticule Additives into diesel fuel on NOx
Emmision Characteristics of a Heavy Duty Diesel Engine
Authors: Ceyla Г– ZGГњ R, Tayfun Г– ZGГњ R, Mustafa Г– ZCANLI, Kadir AYDIN
Abstract: Transport is crucial for economic and social development of a society as it
serves a key role for transportation of goods and people. But it is not free of negative
externalities. Operation of transport vehicles require energy use and this energy is
mostly generated with fossil fuel combustion. Unfortunately, the fossil fuel combustion
comes with both global emissions (CO2, N2O, CH4), which cause climate change, and
local emissions (PM, NOx, HC, CO, O3), which cause adverse health effects and damage
natural environment. In this paper the level of NOx emission by adding fuel additive
metal oxide based nanoparticles in heavy duty engines were investigated. Three
different nanoparticle additives namely Titanium Oxide (TiO2), Silicon Oxide (SiO2) and
Zinc Oxide (ZnO), were added to diesel fuel at the dosages of 15, 20 and 25 ppm.
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Eventually, the most proper additive and addition dosages were indicated.
3- Paper ID: 17
Title: Fatigue Life of Arenga Pinnata/Epoxy Composites
Authors: Abdul Hakim Abdullah1, Muhd Faiz Mat
Abstract: In this study, fatigue properties of unidirectional Arenga Pinnata fibre
reinforced epoxy composites have been investigated under tension-tension fatigue
loading. Composites were made at 25% by Arenga Pinnata fibre weight contents using
hand lay-out technique. Tensile test was performed prior fatigue loading evaluation.
The composites where then were cycled between 90%, 80%, 70% measured from
ultimate tensile stress (UTS), with 10 Hz of frequency and stress ratio of R at 0.1. Tensile
results indicated that the composites resist to deformation and this reaction denotes
that the composites are a brittle material. Fatigue life of composite was improving as
the cycled stress decreases. The fatigue resistance were calculated by employing
analytical expression and compared with relevant fatigue data.
4- Paper ID: J204
Title: Characterisation of Inorganic Composite Ceramic Membrane for Lactic Acid
Esterification Processes
Authors: Edidiong Okon, Habiba Shehu, Edward Gobina
Abstract: The use of inorganic composite membranes in chemical industries has
received a lot of attention more recently due to a number of exceptional advantages
including thermal stability and robustness. Inorganic membranes can selectively
remove water from the reaction mixture during esterification reactions in order to
enhance product formation. The characterisation of inorganic composite membranes
used in this work including the determination of the pore diameter and specific surface
area was performed using Liquid Nitrogen adsorption at 77 K. The membrane was
modified once. The permeation test for the single gases including carbon dioxide (CO2),
helium (He), nitrogen (N2) and argon (Ar) through the inorganic composite ceramic
membrane was carried out at the gauge pressure range of 0.10 – 1.00 bar and at the
temperature of 393 K. The order of the gas molecular weight was He < N2 < CO2 < Ar.
The BET surface area of the dip-coated silica membrane showed a type IV isotherm
characteristic of mesoporous structure with hysteresis. The BJH curve of the
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silica-membrane was in accordance with mesoporous classification.
5- Paper ID: J216&J217
Title: Fabrication and Properties Study of Title: Manufacturing Technology of the
the
Dielectric
Membranes
Used
as Sensitive Elements
Constructive Basis for Sensitive Elements for Gas Sensors Based on Dielectric
of Gas Sensors
Membrane Structures
Authors: Denis Veselov
Authors: D.S. Veselov, Yu.A. Voronov
Abstract:
The
article
presents
the Abstract: The new fabrication method of
properties study results of the dielectric dielectric
membrane
structures
for
membranes for sensitive elements of sensitive elements of gas sensors, based
semiconductor gas sensors, obtained by on the separation of anisotropic etching of
different
modes
of
the
reactive silicon into two stages, is proposed. The
magnetron sputtering of silicon with preference etchant compositions, the
application of the two-stage unilateral preference
elemental
composition
of
anisotropic etching of silicon in the membrane films and the acceptable
organic alkaline solutions. The qualitative thickness of the thermal silicon oxide
analysis of the membranes stability to underlay to obtain mechanically relaxed
destructions and deformations in the membranes are presented. The group
course of their fabrication and heating is technology for manufacturing of sensitive
given. Optimum structures and modes of elements for gas sensors is developed,
films formation for dielectric membrane membrane structures are fabricated and
structures are determined. The admissible their properties are studied.
thickness of the thermal silicon oxide
underlay, which is does not promote to
considerable membranes deformations in
the course of their fabrication and
heating, is identified.
6- Paper ID: 19
Title: A Full-duplex Camera-Projector System for Sharing Interactive Tables
Authors: Young-Ho Suh, Kang-Woo Lee, Sang Keun Rhee
Abstract: One of the key challenges of remote sharing systems based on
camera-projector pairs is the visual echo problem. However, existing visual echo
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cancellation schemes are either too theoretical or hardware-dependent to deploy for
common use in arbitrary systems. Therefore, we present a simple and practical visual
echo cancellation scheme. Experimental results show that our system exhibits
performance no less than 10 fps on exchanging non-echo images of 640 Г— 480 size in a
full-duplex mode.
12:00-13:30
Lunch
Session 3
January 18, 2015(13:30-15:00)
1- Paper ID: 30
Title: The Application of Predictive Model to Describe and Control Technological
Process
Authors: MICHAL Peter, VAGASKГЃ Alena, FECHOVГЃ Erika, GOMBГЃ R Miroslav, KMEC JГЎn
Abstract: This paper shows an influence of amount of sulphuric acid in electrolyte on
thickness of aluminium oxide layer created with varying electrolyte temperature.
Impact of these variables is shown by using DoE for six factors (amount of sulphuric
acid, amount of oxalic acid, amount of aluminium cations, electrolyte temperature,
anodizing time, applied voltage). Oxide layer was created with current densities of 1
AВ·dm-2.
2- Paper ID: 33
Title: Dynamic Characteristics of the Antagonistic Pneumatic Muscle Actuator for
Biomechanical Applications
Authors: MГЎria TГі thovГЎ, Stella HrehovГЎ
Abstract: An actuator consisting of a pair of pneumatic artificial muscles in antagonistic
connection belongs to the nonconventional actuators with some properties similar to
biological muscles. Pneumatic muscle actuators are characterized by several appealing
characteristics such as cleanness, structural simplicity and natural compliance. But
there are also their deficiencies such as hysteresis, nonlinear character, as well as other
issues associated with pneumatic system in general. In the paper there are described
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some of their dynamic characteristics important for biomechanical applications
(pressure in the muscle, the muscle force, position of the actuator arm).
3- Paper ID: 34
Title: Pneumatic Muscle Actuator for Industrial Robotic Applications
Authors: JГЎn PiteДѕ, Ondrej LГ­ЕЎka, Dagmar JanГЎДЌovГЎ, Hana CharvГЎtovГЎ
Abstract:
The outstanding feature of the pneumatic artificial muscle is its high power
to weight ratio vastly outperforming both pneumatic cylinder and DC motor. This
feature is very important for using of pneumatic muscle actuators in industrial robotic
systems where high forces and stiffness of mechanism are often required. The most
common so far produced and used type of pneumatic artificial muscle is McKibben
muscle and it is now made commercially available by different companies (e.g. Festo).
In the paper there are described some of their characteristics important for using as
actuator for industrial robotic applications.
4- Paper ID: J227
Title: A SENSITIVE ZINC ION ELECTRODE BASED ON ELECTROCHEMICALLY
DEPOSITED EDTA ONTOGLASSYCARBON SURFACE
Authors: A. Touati, M. Benounis, H. Barhoumi, M. Bourourou, N. Messaid
Abstract: In this present work, we are interested to elaborate a new electrochemically
sensor based on modified glassy carbon electrode for zinc detection. For this 4-para
nitrobenzene diazonium (PNBD), 4-nitrophenyl (NP) and 4-aminophenyl (AP), and
ethylene diamine tetra acetic (EDTA)were electrochemically deposited from aqueous
solution on the surface of glassy carbon (GC) lectrode by potential cycling in the range
between 0,4and -1,25 V. Cyclic voltammetry (CV) and Square wave voltammetry (SWV)
were used to characterize the GC sensor. We show that the Zinc ion sensor based on
modified CG electrode was characterized by low limit of detection (LOD) for about
410-8M, high sensitivity and wide linear detection range.
5- Paper ID: J238
Title: Analysis of Flexible Roll Forming Process with Arc Shape Panel
Authors: Ya-Zhang, Dae-Hwan Yoon, Dong-Won Jung
Abstract: Roll forming is a highly useful and important forming technique for sheet
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metal. As an economic profile product, roll forming products are widely used in
transportation, engineering machinery, and civil construction because of their uniform
sections, high strength, and low energy consumption[1]. Roll forming is a rapid
processing operation used for transforming flat sheets of material into useful profiled
sections. However, a lot of components used in the automobile, railway cars, ship
construction, and building industries have variable cross sections. Therefore, flexible
roll forming was developed recently to produce variable cross section profiles.
15:00-15:15
Coffer Break
Note: If you would like to deliver oral presentation but your paper is not in the session list, please
contact us by Email: [email protected] (for ICSMMS 2015) ASAP. Thanks again for all your great
attention and kind support to ICSMMS 2015.
Thank you for all of your contributions!
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UPCOMING CONFERENCE
The International Conference on Communication Systems and Computing Application
Science (CSCAS 2015)
Jeju Island, South Korea
May 16-17, 2015
www.cscas.org
в—† Goals
The International Conference on Communication Systems and Computing Application
Science (1st CSCAS 2015) will be held on 16-17th May, 2015 in Jeju Island, South Korea.
The aim is to promote intelligent information more prosperous through the application of
communication systems and computer network technology. This international conference
will provide an important platform for worldwide experts, professionals, scholars and
educators in the computer field.
The 1st CSCAS 2015 will be organized as a workshop of the 2015 IEEE International
Conference on Communication System& Network Technologies (CSNT) in India. As the
branch of India's Communication System and Network Technologies (CSNT2015), all
collected papers will be submitted to the IEEE press before the conference. CSCAS 2015
will be published into the conference proceeding by CSNT Proceedings. All accepted
papers of CSCAS 2015 will be published by IEEE CPS and will be submitted to IEEE XPLORE
and EI Compendex.
в—† Topics
в—† Date
T1: Database Technology
Submission Deadline:
Jan.26пјЊ2015
Acceptance Notification:
Jan.30пјЊ2015
T2: Computer Technology & Application
T3: Information Security & Internet
Registration Due:
T4: Management Information Systems &
Applications
Conference Dates:
Feb.2пјЊ2015
Jan.17-18пјЊ2015
T5: Hardware & Integrated Circuit
в—† Submissions
в—† Contact
[email protected]
By Easychair:
Webпјљwww.cscas.org
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf
QQпјљ 3146872592
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Telпјљ +86-24-83958379-815
Email submission: [email protected]
Any questions please feel free to contact CSCAS 2015 Organizing Committee.
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