International Journal of Innovative Research in Physics (IJIIP)
(ISSN Number(Online) - 2687-7902)
(ISSN Number(Print) - 2689-484X)


MoS2 nanosheets based Electric Double Layer Transistor

Ratnajoy Bhowmick1

1Departments of Physics, Presidency University, Kolkata-700073
Page Number: 1-15

With the advancement of the present research in the field of transistors, with the miniaturization of devices it has become a great challenge of achieving high carrier density and lower operational voltage in the conventional field effect transistors, where in the normal case we usually see low capacitance and dielectric breakdown of gate dielectrics. And hence, presently, the development of the electric double layer technology with high charge career accumulation at the channel/electrolyte interface has been successful to achieve this motto. And presently several other superior characteristics like- superconductivity, metal insulator transition and tunable thermoelectric behaviour have been observed both theoretically and experimentally.
Keywords: Channel material, gate material, capacitance, field effect mobility, sub-threshold swing.


Gyroscopter: an effective alternative of drone

Soumyadeep Seth1, Soham Karmakar1 and Sukanya Deb1*

1Department of ECE, Institute of Engineering and Management, Kolkata-700091
Page Number: 16-19

While there are numerous advantages of using drones, there are several perceived challenges as well. A large number of drones are straight away rejected due to distortion of the center of mass from its axis. Drones generally used gyration sensors to maintain proper balance, which in turn make the drones heavy and eventually the effective time of flight gets reduced .In addition, gyration sensors been expensive, drones are not at all cost effective. This paper aims to model a device as an effective substitute to drone in reference to the principle of gyration. Because of the structural frame and high speed of rotation, they intend to have their own balance. The device does not use gyration sensors and use of only one propeller makes it lighter and cheaper than drones. Apart from other advantages and future scope, some limitations of the model are discussed as well.
Keywords: Gyroscope, gyration sensor, drone, propeller, servo motor.


Greenhouse Monitoring System Using Deep Learning & Internet of things

Pranjal Chowdhury1, Prinkle Chowdhury2, Pranta Barua3, Miso Dhar Chando4, and Abdur Rahim Nishad5

1Department of CSE, Institute of Engineering & Management, Salt Lake Electronics Complex, Kolkata700091
2Department of ETCE, Shree Ramkrishna Institute of Science and Technology, Dakshin Gobindapur, Rajpur Sonarpur, Kolkata, West Bengal 700145
3Department of EEE, University Of Science & Technology Chattogram, Zakir Hossain Road, Foy’s Lake, Khulshi, Chattogram 4202, Bangladesh
4Department of CSE, University Of Science & Technology Chattogram, Zakir Hossain Road, Foy’s Lake, Khulshi, Chattogram 4202, Bangladesh
5Department of CSE, International Islamic University Chittagong, Kumira 4318, Bangladesh
Page Number: 17-26

Agriculture may be an important things everywhere the globe. In this paper, we have a tendency to discuss regarding the greenhouse observation system, which is able to check some atmosphere parameters like temperature, wetness and light-weight intensity that has established on plants. Additionally, retrieve the soil wet. The paper is developed metric capacity unit approach exploitation LSTM for Ficus growth (represented by the SDV). Experimental results were given that show that the metric capacity unit technique (using a LSTM model) outperformed alternative ancient metric capacity unit techniques, like Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki and RF, in terms of MSE, RMSE and MAE error criteria. Hence, the most aim of our project is to develop the metric capacity unit methodologies to predict plants growth and yield in greenhouse atmosphere.
Keywords: Soil wetness detector Module (YL69), ARDUINO UNO REV3, Random Forest, Support Vector Machine (SVM), Long short-term memory (LSTM).


Investigating the influence of blood-vessel depth and sensor location on the light-tissue interactions using a Monte Carlo model

Subhasri Chatterjee1* and Panicos A Kyriacou1

1Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, City, University of London, UK
Page Number: 31-35

WA three-dimensional Monte Carlo model of light tissue interactions with a slab of fat tissue having a cylindrical blood vessel is presented. The model has been explored at an optical wavelength of 660 nm and simulations have been carried out to investigate the influence of – 1) vessel depths and b) sensor location on the associated light-tissue interactions. Such investigation will be immensely useful to design a wearable sensing technology and predicting the sensor outcomes.
Keywords: EMonte Carlo, Photoplethysmography, Scattering, Tissue optics.


Wireless power transmission system

Biswanath Ghosh1,*, Soumya Chakraborty1, Soumyadeep Bhunia1, and Sandip Pal1

1Department of Basic Science and Humanities, Institute of Engineering and Management, Saltlake, Kolkata-700091

Page Number: 36-38

Wireless power transmission system is a special type of power transmission process. Wireless power transmission system is used to transmit power from one place to another without any physical contact between the two coils or devices. Wireless Power Transmitter device consists of a transmitter, which takes electric power as input from a power source (either supply or battery), and generates a time-varying electromagnetic field (electromagnetic waves) that carries energy in the form of electric and magnetic waves, and transmits power through free space to a receiver, which extracts power from the field and supplies it to an electrical load. E.g. in the system of charging a phone wirelessly, a transmitter takes in power and generates an electromagnetic field and transmits it which is then received by the receiver and then transformed back into electricity which is used to charge the phone. Transmitter is a set of equipment which is used to generate and transmit electromagnetic waves. The basic working principle of wireless power transfer is: 1. Faraday’s law of Electromagnetic theory and 2. Two objects having similar resonant frequency and in magnetic resonance at powerfully coupled tends to exchange the energy in the form of oscillating electromagnetic field. This method of transmitting power is very useful and reliable. The results of various experiments suggest the standardized application method of wireless transmission in utilization of wireless power for implantable sensors.
Keywords: : Wireless, Transmission, Electromagnetic, Resonance, Transmitter.