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Sana Alam, Saba Ahsan

Paper Title:

GI-FI: The Emerging Technology of the New Short Range and High Data Rate Wireless Communication Era

Abstract: Over the past few decades, wireless technologies are evolving at a great pace. This leads to the invention of Gi-Fi (Gigabit Fidelity or Gigabit Wireless) which is ten times faster than the current most prevalent technology Wi-Fi. The key factor of this technology is the provision of data transfer rate measuring in multi gigabits per second. Evolution, architecture, working and features of Gi-Fi such as low power consumption, high data transfer rate, cost effectiveness and enhanced security which provide the basis for the next generation communicating devices are discussed in detail in this paper. This paper also provides comparisons among various wireless technologies and applications of gigabit fidelity.

CMOS , SIG , WECA , MAC , Wi-Fi, Gi-Fi


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Il-Hyung Jung, Jae-Chel Ahn, Kyung-Rok Moon, Jae-Yong Lee, Byung-Chul Kim

Paper Title:

Design and Implementation of Fault Tolerance Network in Launch Control System

Abstract: Because the network of Launch Control System (LCS) handles a volume of critical data in a server environment and a minor fault in the network can cause uncontrollable status during periods of launch campaign time, the network should provide the very reliable service. To achieve the goal, this paper discusses what requirements the network expects and what differences the network has comparing to other common networks. After considering requirements, differences and compatibility with Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, the physical and logical configurations for the LCS network are proposed to improve the reliability and efficiency. The experimental results show what values in failover parameters are the most suitable for the LCS network. And other results and traffic shapes which are measured during practical operational period confirm that the traffic and processing load are effectively redistributed as planned.

 Fault tolerance network, Industrial network, Launch Complex (LC), LCS, SCADA


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Tong Yuanjian, Tong Xin, Zhang Bowen, Gao Aijun, Xu Lianghua

Paper Title:

Denitrogen and Graphitization Kinetics Analyze and Mechanism of Density Change for Polyacrynitrile-Based Carbon Fibers Heat Treated up to 2400oC

Abstract:  Polyacrynitrile-based carbon fibers were continuously heat treated up to 2400oC under N2 atmosphere for different time. Element analyse, X-ray diffract spectrum and gradient column were used to determine the nitrogen content, crystal size and density of the resulted carbon fibers respectively. The density steadily decreased with increasing of temperature up to around 1700 oC, then increased quickly with further increasing of temperature. A mechanism of density change was proposed with respect to denitrogen reaction and graphite crystal growth during heat treatment. The kinetics parameters of the denitrogen reaction and the graphite crystal growth were calculated separately. By applying these kinetics parameters, bulk density of the carbon fibers treated at different temperature was predicted, which is in good accordance to the experimental data.

  Carbon fiber; Denitrogen; graphitization. Kinetics;


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Farhana Momotaz, Md. Rashedul Hasan, Maksuda Bintey Islam

Paper Title:

Analyzing the Cost Structure of Garments from Fiber to Fashion

Abstract: In garments manufacturing sector, a business is totally depends on garment costing. Costing is a very complex procedure, with set patterns and guidelines followed by the industry. Garment prices are mainly based on the fabric consumption. Hence we must pay more attention to find out the fabric consumption more accurately or closely. It needs sound knowledge and good practical experience to find out the fabric consumption. It is difficult to find out costs for every process as there are some inbuilt costs while costing. In order to do perfect garment costing, one must know about all the activities including purchase of fabrics, sewing, packing, transport, overheads, etc. and also about their costs, procedures, advantages and risk factors. Merchandiser must be aware that there are always fluctuations in the costs of raw materials and accessories, charges of knitting, processing, finishing, sewing and packing, charges of transport and conveyance, shipping, over heads, banking charges and commissions, etc. The method of making costing will vary from style to style, as there are many different styles in garments. In our study, we have analyzed the calculation process. To work on the prices exactly, we have worked on full measurements of the three knitted garments which are men’s t-shirt, Ladies’ t-shirt & pant, especially the measurements of Chest, Body Length and Sleeve Length and waist band. Different types of costing and their variances are also discussed in our study.

Costing, Garments, Fiber, Fashion, Consumption.


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