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This circuit uses a basic astable multivibrator made from a timer IC. A resistance probe is set on a point at which the alarm is to set ON, as soon as the water rises up to that level. The number of components needed for this circuit is very less and can be easily assembled on a PCB.
A transistor sensor called BC is used to sense the heat produced due to the fire. A preset level can be kept for the transistor.
As soon as the temperature rises above the set preset level, the leakage current of the transistor rises, thus driving the other transistors in the circuit. The components needed for the circuit can be obtained easily and the circuit is easy to design. There have been many complaints that the IC is obsolete. Please check the comments to know the exact site to download the IC. For a more detailed explanation about the FM radio circuit , please check out the original post. The circuit can be easily designed and assembled on a printed circuit board.
Further instructions and detailed working can be obtained from the original post. The circuit requires very simple components like a monostable multivibrator using a timer , a few transistors, and some diodes, relays and LED.
The detailed explanation is given in the post above, and if you wish you can easily modify the circuit to make it an automatic voltage stabilizer. The output of the LDR is given to the inverting input of the comparator.
The resistance remains high when there is no light and the resistance drops as soon as light falls on it. The experiment was successfully done and satisfactory results were obtained. The other proposed method which was tested for one body segment and compared to the first solution was to use gyroscopes along with accelerometers. Even though using a gyroscope would improve the results significantly, due to the high cost of gyroscopes and time limitations this method was not implemented.
However, using gyroscopes are highly recommended for future design. The 3- D virtual LSM used in this project to validate how well the system tracks. Currently there is no technology for accident detection.
Also due to the delay in reaching of the ambulance to the accident location and the traffic congestion in between accident location and hospital increases the chances of the death of victim. There is a need of introducing a system to reduce the loss of life due to accidents and the time taken by the ambulance to reach the hospital.
To overcome the drawback of existing system we will implement the new system in which there is an automatic detection of accident through sensors provided in the vehicle. A main server unit houses the database of all hospitals in the city.
A GPS and GSM module in the concerned vehicle will send the location of the accident to the main server which will rush an ambulance from a nearest hospital to the accident spot. Along with this there would be control of traffic light signals in the path of the ambulance using RF communication.
This will minimize the time of ambulance to reach the hospital. A patient monitoring system in the ambulance will send the vital parameters of the patient to the concerned hospital. This system is fully automated, thus it finds the accident spot and helping to reach the hospital in time.
Facilities include: Fully equipped state-of-the-art power electronics laboratory consisting of oscilloscopes, function generators, power analyzers, micro-processor development systems, spectrum analyzers, high voltage test equipment, thermal device characterisation equipment, and device characterisation equipment including an HP parameter analyzer, a probe station and CV characterisation equipment.
The magnetocardiogram-A new approach to the fields surrounding the heart 7. Design of a Mechanical Cardiovascular Sinulator 8. Calibration was performed across realistic physiological flow ranges using a syringe pump. For one minute each, Blood flow was monitored, then an occlusion was introduced, and then the occlusion was removed to resume flow.
Each vein of four pigs was monitored four times, totaling 32 data collections.