Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Deolia, Vinay Kumar


Designing and Development of a Low Power Electronic vending machine using PIC 16F877A controller

Manish Kumar; Vinay Kumar Deolia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 499-505

In this paper we present a Low Power ‘Pay Power’ Automatic Electronic Vending Machine design. A simple coin detection mechanism is employed to detect a coin of a single type and taking appropriate action using a PIC 16F877A microcontroller (switching a 230V power supply in this case).The programming process has been accomplished using standard application MPLAB IDE v7.60. PROTEUS v6.9 is used for simulating the entire system. The mechanical prototype to accept a coin has been ingeniously designed using a rectangular fiber case with metal detection terminals. The PIC microcontroller goes to low power ‘sleep’ mode when not in use there by conserving power. An experimental study at the end of the paper shows the amount of power saved

Detection of tumor in brain depended on k-means clustering using GUI

Vishal Goyal; Vinay Kumar Deolia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 560-569

The main purpose of this project is to identify the brain tumor utilizing graphical user interface in MATLAB software. Neoplasm is a nun manageable growth of clump in brain tissues. The identification of tumefaction can be done by using either CT (computerized tomography) scan or MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). Mostly the MRI images are preferred over CT scan as they describe functional information of the tumefaction. The approach to design this paper involves four stages: - Pre-processing, edge detection, fuzzy-means clustering, followed by segmentation. This integrated approach allows the segmentation of swelling tissues with accuracy and reproducibility compared to manual segmentation. Finally, the tumefaction affected region is clearly displayed using segmentation.

Implementation of negabinary number calculation using digital system design

Vinay Kumar Deolia; Vishal Goyal

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 542-548

There will most extremely transport exchanging action in the ordinary two's supplement portrayal of information, due to the sign expansions in the higher- request bit positions. Utilization of marked digit portrayals can limit this impact. A negabinary portrayal lessens information transport changing movement to a degree practically identical to that is given by the better-known sign-size documentation