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Mini Projects in Java for IT Students

      Mini Projects in Java for IT Students is established for students and researchers. Mini-project is the starting point for final year projects. For this purpose, we provide project training from the basics of Java programming. Our students equip with the practical knowledge and give them space to understand the concepts in very intense. This page contains a vital piece of information about “Energy Efficiency”, and explains its role in Information Technology.

       …..”Energy efficiency is at the heart of the information technology, which understanding by implementing various energy efficiency policies related to analysis, policy advice and high-quality data”.

Energy Efficiency based Software/Library/Tools

  • EnergyPlus
  • Open Studio
  • CloudSimSDN
  • XStream Library
  • K-9 Mail Library
  • PowerAPI Software Library
  • FreeHEP Open Source Library
  • Apache Commons Math Library
  • Google Gson (Java Serialization/Deserialization Library)

Energy Efficiency based Technology Areas

  • Controls and Sensors
  • Water Heating, HVAC and Appliances
  • Energy Modeling and Simulation
  • Lighting and Windows
  • Grid Buildings
  • OLED Lighting
  • Grid Scale Energy Storage
  • Web based Energy Simulation

Future Topics in Energy Efficiency

  • Climatic change from the perspective of Black box
  • Energy audits research
  • Sense and control (e.g. Occupancy Sensors)

             -Non-intrusive load monitoring

  • Minimize energy profile (e.g. Variable Drives)

             -Active-inlet cooling of air compressors

  • Free energy environment (e.g. Air-side Economization)

             -Modulated reflectivity roofing

        Here we provided one example using CloudSimSDN. The goal of this simulator is to reduce the amount of energy consumed to produce services. CloudSimSDN evaluates network aware VM placement policies and calculates energy consumption rate by both switches and hosts.

Input data: data center configuration, resource deployment request and VMs workloads


java -cp ./*:. org/cloudbus/cloudsim/sdn/example/SDNExample <LFF|MFF> [physical.json] [virtual.json] [workload1.csv] [workload2.csv] […]

<LFF | MFF>: Choose VM placement policy. LFF(Least Full First) or MFF(Most Full First)

[physical.json]: Filename of physical topology (data center configuration)

[virtual.json]: Filename of virtual topology (VM creation and network request)

[workload1.csv] …: Filenames of workload files. Multiple files can be supplied

Let’s take one example for the above code,

java -cp ./*:. org/cloudbus/cloudsim/sdn/example/SDNExample MFF dataset-energy/energy physical.json dataset-energy/energy-virtual.json dataset-energy/energy-workload.csv > results.out

MFF algorithm is executed and the output is copied to file “results.out”

Mini Project Titles Related to Energy Efficiency

  • A new mechanism for energy aware VM placement and consolidation techniques
  • An effective mechanism for Strongly Coupled Outer Squircle–Inner Circular Coil Architecture by Enhanced Induction Over Large Areas
  • A new performance for high efficiency resonant DC-DC power converter-analysis and comparison of P&O and INC algorithms
  • A novel Study and implementation for two-stage electronic ballast in metal halide lamp
  • A new technology of high efficiency Boost-Forward-Flyback converters base on high voltage gain
  • An efficient mechanism for transceiver based on vehicular ad hoc network by IR-UWB
  • An efficient mechanism for IEEE Publication Principles of
    Performance Improvement for Line-Start Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motor
  • A new mechanism for Thermal performance improvement of solar thermal in power generation
  • On the use of sequential convex programming based optimal robot path following for minimal time versus energy loss trade-off