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Hashing passwords using Memory/CPU hard context (spamming memory and CPU space/cycles) to slow down brute force are useful for offline and online attack but if you think about it in terms of cost, offline attacks are more cheaper because you get to scale and do the password cracking at your own pace whereas an online attack, you may not be able to scale well and you have a limited bandwidth (unless you control a botnet or two).
Agyakwa, Pearl and Yang, Li and Corfield, Martin and Johnson, Christopher Mark (2014)A non-destructive study of crack development during thermal cycling of Al wire bonds using x-ray computed tomography. In: 8th International Conference on Integrated Power Electronics Systems, 25-27 February 2014, Nuremberg, Germany.
Batehup, Lynn and Corner, Jessica and Porter, Katerina and Simmonds, P. and Lowson, E. and Dodson, L. and Winter, Jane and Gage, H. and Williams, P. and Richardson, Alison (2014)Improving patient experience of cancer follow up: redesign and evaluation of adult cancer aftercare services for breast, colorectal, and testicular patients, at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. In: The Changing Prospects for Cancer: New Models of Aftercare for those Living with and beyond Cancer, 4 Apr. 2014, Salford, UK. (Unpublished)
Prescott, Darren and Andrews, John D. (2014)Modelling the effects of asset management decisions on a railway track section. In: 2nd International Conference on Railway Technology: Research, Development and Maintenance, 8-11 April 2014, Ajaccio, Corsica, France.
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EFFECT OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON A COMBINED REGENERATIVE AND REHEAT GAS TURBINE CYCLE USING MATLAB PDFRAJIV RANJAN AND MOHAMMAD TARIQIn recent development of gas turbine cycles, new software for calculating thermal efficiency and power output of a combined reheat-regenerative cycle are applied.There are one compressor and one turbine used in regeneration gas turbine cycle and one compressor and two turbines are used in reheat cycle. In the combined cycle, one compressor and two turbines namely, HP turbine and LP turbine are used in this work. The temperature after reheating assumes to be reaching at the same temperature of HP turbine inlet.A full numerical model for the engine is built. This model takes into account the variations in specific heat and the effects of turbine cooling flow. Also, the model considers the efficiencies of all components, effectiveness of heat exchangers and the pressure drop in relevant components. The thermodynamic analysis has been performed using MATLAB software. The parameters taken in the well defined range for overall pressure ratio, turbine inlet temperatures and ambient temperature. The cycle performs the analysis for various regenerative effectiveness and various turbine inlet temperatures. It is found that the mass flow ratedecreases on increasing the regenerative effectiveness while increases on increasing the turbine inlet temperature. Also found that the heat required in the burner decreases for higher regenerative effectiveness.
Treatment of ethylene spent caustic pollutant using sulfuric acid PDFALI FARZI, SAEID MOSLEMI BAYRAMICaustic soda is used in naphtha cracking units and petroleum refineries for sweetening of hydrocarbon streams. The generated caustic waste is an environmental pollutant and must be removed. Several methods are proposed for treatment of spent caustic such as wet air oxidation, biological treatment, etc. Spent caustic used in this work is prepared from Tabriz Petrochemical Company. In this work sulfuric acid was used for treatment of spent caustic which not only removes the waste, but also generates valuable product of sodium sulfate. In each experiment, 1L of spent caustic was taken and its color and phenol were removed by oxidization with H2O2. Then, 50 mL sulfuric acid was added and treatment process was performed. Different samples were taken at specified time periods to calculate percent waste conversion. The results showed that after 2.5 minutes it was about 79%, 84% and 92% at 25, 35 and 45°C, respectively.
A Filtration System for Treatment of Kitchen Waste Water for Re-Use PDFNwakonobi, Theresa Ukamaka, Onwuegbucha, Chidinma Nwadiuto, and Obetta Samuel EnyiA system was developed to provide suitable media conditions through filtration and chlorination for treatment of kitchen wastewater and comparing them for suitability. Such quality parameters as Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5), Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD), Ammonium-Nitrogen (NH4-N) and pH were measured before and after treatment of the waste water. The effects of treatment media (i.e. Filtered, Filtered-chlorinated and Control) and meal time on the tested parameters were determined. The Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD5 at 200C) average values of (10.22±1.58) mg/L, (7.99±1.12)mg/L, and (5.10 ± 0.53) mg/L obtained for the Control (CM), Filtered (FM) and Filtered-chlorinated (FCM), respectively, satisfied the FAO 1985 benchmark figures for safe discharge. The COD values of (755.11±52.62) mg/L, (634.33±61.88) mg/L, and (430.78±42.34) mg/L, recorded for the CM, FM and FCM, respectively, were outside the FAO reuse range. The mean values of NH4-N obtained; (9.09±2.50)mg/L for Control, (5.49±2.18) mg/L for Filtered, and (2.32±1.34) mg/L for Filtered-chlorinated were within the FAO 1985 reuse range. The pH values of (8.61±0.43) and (7.28±0.63) obtained for FM and FCM, respectively, agreed with the FAO 1985 and USEPA standards for irrigation water. While (10.52±0.94) obtained for the Control medium is not within the set limit. Appreciable improvement on the kitchen waste water quality was therefore achieved using this system.
ELECTRICAL POWER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS USING LCL FILTER PDFNoah K. SeremDue to the effects of global warming from greenhouse gas released to the atmosphere by combustion of fossil fuels, high prices of fossil fuels and their unsteady supply, researchers are becoming more concerned in the renewable energy sources. This paper presents a method that is used to improve the power quality by filtering harmonics produced by the voltage source inverter (VSI) used for conversion from DC to AC. MATLAB/SIMULINK software is used for simulation and results before and after filtering are compared and conclusions made.
F&DT Analysis of an Aircraft Wing PDFTejaswini Borra, Ganesh Kumar PamarthiThis paper focuses on estimation of fatigue life of a fastener and crack growth analysis of an aircraft wing of GARUDA - 101. There is no much literature and tools to avoid fatigue damage and failures. Life of the joints, components, and whole aircraft should be estimated to reduce the structural failures due to fatigue. Life after crack initiation should also be estimated. 2b1af7f3a8