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*Task1: A technical paper will be given to the student by his/her Project Supervisor or Module tutor and he/she will be required to write a critical analysis and an abstract based on the scientific information available in the paper. TASK- 2: Visit the Library & Resource Center, e-brary and Internet sites and look for the literature like books, e-books, journal/conference papers, report, articles, videos etc., (preferably) related to the project topic or area. For this literature found, write the in-text citation and prepare the reference in CCE-Harvard referencing style. #diteals in pdf RM cw1 The project is designed for reading electrical energy consumed in units and in rupees to display on an LCD screen to the user. This data is also provided to the electrical department using GSM technology for billing purposes. Owing to high electricity cost these days it becomes necessary for the consumer to know as to how much electricity is consumed to control electricity bill within his budget. In this proposed system, the consumer will get his energy consumption data on real time basis on a LCD display. The same data is sent through GSM modem to the electricity department via SMS. A microcontroller of 8051 family is interfaced to the energy meter to get the Watt Hour pulses. The microcontroller then processes these pulses according the program written in it, to calculate the units consumed and cost involved. Further it gives command to the SIM loaded GSM modem for sending the data to the electricity department via SMS. Further this project can be enhanced by to control the electrical appliances remotely via SMS. Also, the electricity department can send the monthly bill amount over SMS to the receiving unit for consumer information.

GSM BASED MONTHLY ENERGY METER BILLING VIA SMS ABSTRACT The project is designed for reading electrical energy consumed in units and in rupees to display on an LCD screen to the user. This data is also provided to the electrical department using GSM technology for billing purposes. Owing to high electricity cost these days it becomes necessary for the consumer to know as to how much electricity is consumed to control electricity bill within his budget. In this proposed system, the consumer will get his energy consumption data on real time basis on a LCD display. The same data is sent through GSM modem to the electricity department via SMS. A microcontroller of 8051 family is interfaced to the energy meter to get the Watt Hour pulses. The microcontroller then processes these pulses according the program written in it, to calculate the units consumed and cost involved. Further it gives command to the SIM loaded GSM modem for sending the data to the electricity department via SMS. Further this project can be enhanced by to control the electrical appliances remotely via SMS. Also, the electricity department can send the monthly bill amount over SMS to the receiving unit for consumer information. BLOCK DIAGRAM HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS: SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: 8051 series Microcontroller, Level Shifter IC, GSM module, LCD, LED, Crystal, Resistors, Capacitors, Diodes, Transformer, Regulator, Opto Isolator, Energy Meter, Lamp. Keil compiler Language: Embedded C or Assembly
Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technical Project Topic Identification BSc_MHH 120950 – Research Methodology/ BENG_MHH121509-Research Methodology Level 4 – BSCoE/ BSEE/ BSEPE/ BSTE/ BENGCoE/BENGEIE/BENGEPE/BENGTE Programmes, Semester A, 2016 1. Personal Information Name Mohammed Said Alkayoomi Student ID 03010 Programme EE Mode of study PT Broad Technical Area of Interest EE 2. Project title: Smart energy meter. 3. Research problem: Reducing the amount of excess energy consumption 4. Aim: (the main goal, solution to the problem) The main objective of the project is to develop a wireless energy meter 5. Objectives (steps to be conducted to achieve the aim): a) Develop a wireless energy meter. b) Takes the reading from the energy meter and displays the reading on the LCD. c) The reading of the energy meter is sent to the cell phone of the user by a message through GSM modem. 1 Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technical Project Topic Identification BSc_MHH 120950 – Research Methodology/ BENG_MHH121509-Research Methodology Level 4 – BSCoE/ BSEE/ BSEPE/ BSTE/ BENGCoE/BENGEIE/BENGEPE/BENGTE Programmes, Semester A, 2016 6. Description of the Technical Project idea, research problem, proposed solution and methodology (limited to 100 words) The project is designed for reading electrical energy consumed in units and in OMR to display on an LCD screen to the user. This data is also provided to the electrical department using GSM technology for billing purposes. Owing to high electricity cost these days it becomes necessary for the consumer to know as to how much electricity is consumed to control electricity bill within his budget. In this proposed system, the consumer will get his energy consumption data on real time basis on a LCD display. The same data is sent through GSM modem to the electricity department via SMS. A microcontroller of 8051 family is interfaced to the energy meter to get the Watt Hour pulses. The microcontroller then processes these pulses according the program written in it, to calculate the units consumed and cost involved. Further it gives command to the SIM loaded GSM modem for sending the data to the electricity department by SMS. 7. Innovation( What is new in the selected topic) This project can be enhanced by to control the electrical appliances remotely via SMS. Also, the electricity department can send the monthly bill amount over SMS to the receiving unit for consumer information. 2 Caledonian College of Engineering, Oman Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technical Project Topic Identification BSc_MHH 120950 – Research Methodology/ BENG_MHH121509-Research Methodology Level 4 – BSCoE/ BSEE/ BSEPE/ BSTE/ BENGCoE/BENGEIE/BENGEPE/BENGTE Programmes, Semester A, 2016 8. Project Analysis a) Availability of tools and resources to carry out the project (in college and workplace). b) Constraints c) Risk Analysis There are no risk only be care about the voltage d) Data collection and testing From websites, buy hardware and make own coding e) Environmental and Societal Implications Reduce mount of power used, as will save money for customer. Arduino uno 3r Current senser Electrical meter LCD Student’s signature with name and date ……………………… ……………………………. Supervisor’s signature with name and date: …………….. …………………………………. Comments of Project Approval Committee (PAC) Chair: ………………………………….. PAC Chair’s signature with name and date: ………………….. ………................................ 3
International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 3, May - 2012 Smart and Intelligent GSM based Automatic Meter Reading S ystem Abhinandan Jain Department of Electronics PEC University of Tech. Chandigarh, India Dilip Kumar Coordinator of Academic & Consultancy Services Division C-DAC, Mohali, India Abstract: This paper presents the development of a fully Automated Energy Meter which is having capabilities like remote monitoring and controlling of energy meter. Automatic Meter Reading system (AMR) continuously monitors the energy meter and sends data on request of service provider through SMS. It saves huge human labour. The data received from an energy meter has been stored in database server which was located at electricity Board station through SMS gate way for further processing by energy provider. Energy provider sends electricity bill either by e-mail, SMS or by post. This system allows to the customers to pay bill online either by credit card, debit card or by net banking. This system provides freedom to electricity companies to take action against lenient customers who have outstanding dues, otherwise companies can disconnect the power of customer .Companies can re-connect the power after deposition of dues. This system also gives the power cut information and tempering alert. So GSM based AMR system is more efficient apropos convention billing system. Key term: GSM (Global System Mobile), AMR (Automatic Meter Reading), SMS (Short Message Service), Energy Meter. www.ijert.org Jyoti Kedia Department of Electronics PEC University of Tech. Chandigarh, India 1. Introduction At present, most of the houses in India have the traditional mechanical watt hour meters and the billing system is not automated [1]. At the end of each month a person from the electricity board goes to every house and takes the meter reading manually. These meter readings are used for electricity bill calculation and this bill sent to consumer house by post. Customer goes to electricity department for paying this bill amount. But in this technique we are required great number of persons for reading the meters. The procedures of sending the bills to customer are very laborious and cumbersome. But a new technology is named Automatic Meter Reading System is discuses. Apart from being a boom, AMR wipes out all the cons of conventional systems. Automatic Meter Reading System is a sophisticated system which allows companies to collect the reading without visiting the site.AMR include various technology for data collection such as power line communication, Zig-bee, Radio Frequency (RF Method) and GSM network but GSM network is best among this technology. So this paper will discuss only GSM based AMR system. Automatic meter reading system helps the customer and energy service provider to access the accurate and updated data from the energy meter.AMR System can send energy consumption in hourly, monthly or on request. This data is sent to central system for billing and troubleshooting. These data are stored into the database server for processing and recording. This technology 1 International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 3, May - 2012 mitigates labour cost, collection time, energy theft, avoids late payment. Adding to this it increases data security, improved customer service, reduced revenue losses. This system is not only sending the data but also it does provide power disconnect/connect feature, power cut feature and tempering alert feature. All these advantages give this product an edge over other pragmatically prevailing devices. II. Comparison between Automatic Meter Reading System and Conventional Metering System: Table 1. Succinctly spouts out comparison between Automatic Meter Reading System and Conventional Metering System. Using AMR Technology we can control and monitor any energy meter located anywhere in the world .GSM based energy meter or AMR are provide tempering alert, auto disconnect feature, power cut facility. Automatic meter reading system is access to real time data and received customer complaints. So costs for meter reading will be reduced. AMR system avoids meter reading error and reading data automatically. It’s also provides increased security of data Table 1.Comparison between AMR and Conventional Metering System S. No. Features GSM based AMR System 1. Remote Monitoring 2. 3. Control the Domestic Energy Meter Tempering alert Feature Possible (Electricity Department read the meter readings regularly without visiting person) Anywhere in the world 4. Auto disconnect feature 5. Power cut Information Feature 6. Operation costs 7. Data security 8. Man Power It provides temping alert feature. In case of tempering, a SMS alert send to the electricity company Conventional Metering System Not Possible Only at respective Customer house Not Possible It provides remote shut-off facilities to rogue customers that have large outstanding dues. This system provides the power cut information. It does not provide auto disconnect feature. Very less because we are accessing the system on request at any time without Visiting person. AMR system avoid meter reading error and reading data automatically also provides increased security of data Huge man power required More because we require a person for accessing the system. In this system meter reading error possible and its provide less security of data No man power required III. System Overvie w of Automatic Meter Reading System: www.ijert.org It does not provide power cut information. Figure-1 shows a System overview of AMR. AMR Continuously monitor and record the 2 International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 3, May - 2012 energy meter. This can be achieved by using microcontroller unit. Microcontroller unit are interfaced with digital energy meter. Microcontroller unit are interfaced with the RTC by using 2 wire serial interfaces for date and time and RTC memory are also used as data storage permanently. Microcontroller unit are also interfaced GSM modem for remote monitoring and control domestic energy meter. The data received through GSM Modem and network. Data is being sent to the AMR on request and within a particular interval. Once the meter received the request of data from the energy provider, SMS gateway will immediately reply the meter reading with that date and time. The data received from meter is stored in database server through SMS gate way for processing and record. This data received from meter are stored in database server according to Meter ID that is providing to customer house. At the end of each month the server using the detail of database server and calculate the bill amount and send the complete detail of consummation of unit, and total bill amount. User can verify the same AMR possess have transparency on the part of customer and service provider. Figure 1. Bl ock diagram of GS M based AMR www.ijert.org IV. Flow Diagram of AMR: Flow diagram succinctly shows that Energy provider installs the system in particular house. The meter constantly gives the rise in meter reading and no. of units consumed. Electricity department will be requiring data for processing and bill calculation so they send a message for required data .When an interrupt occurs it means microcontroller unit receive a message through GSM modem .So microcontroller read the message and also read message received number and check the authentication .If the number is authenticate ,then it read current data from EPROM and send the data to authenticated number.GSM based AMR sends a SMS alert to energy provider , if system access mobile number is not authenticated. This SMS alert has a detail of un-authenticated numbers but have not data. Fig.2 is working according to programmed written in Embedded C. It also provides the facility of power disconnect to customer that have large outstanding dues. Electricity department sends a code to the energy meter that has large outstanding dues. Microcontroller has a program of matching of this code to power disconnect code. If this code is match then power disconnect to respective meter .It also provide a facility to power re-connect due to deposit the large outstanding previous bill amount. Again Electricity department sent a code to the energy meter that deposits the large outstanding previous bill amount. Microcontroller has a program of matching of this code to power re-connect code. If this code is matches then power reconnect to respective meter. It also provides the power cut information. Meter automatically sent a SMS alert to the energy provider of power cut when the power cut in particular area. AMR also 3 International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 3, May - 2012 provide a tempering alert facility to energy provider. V. System Imple mentation and Results: In fig.3 shows a complete set up of GSM based energy meter .Microcontroller interfaced with GSM module and energy meter .Pulse and unit in energy meter are continuously increment according to power consumption. For implementation of AMR a SIM card is required for the GSM modem of energy meter .A Identification (ID) number allotted according to SIM contact number. According to requirement of data electricity department sent a message to particular energy meter. When microcontroller received a message its respective port bit are high and an interrupt signal occur. Microcontroller starts to execute to the interrupt service subroutine until it reaches last instruction of the subroutine. After executing of RET instruction microcontroller return to main program that is increment of pulse program. After Every one month data will be received by the electricity company automatically and Electricity Company can be access the system at any time on request. Figure 2.Fl ow di agram of Controlling Program of GS M based of AMR Figure 3. Prototype modal of Automatic meter readi ng system www.ijert.org 4 International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 3, May - 2012 After bill calculation the bill sent to customer by post, by mail, by SMS and customer also see bill by login of our account. In fig.4 shows the e-mail alert of bill amount and deposit from electricity department to customer. Figure5. SMS alert of bill amount detail send by electricity department to customer Figure 4. E – mail alert of bill amount detail send by Electricity Department to customer Electricity department also sent a SMS alert to customer mobile number for Bill information that is shown in fig.5. After that person can be pay our bill by access our login into web portable. Electricity bill payment online can be done via online pay where the person first read the statement of the amount pay and then pay the amount of the bill rather than going to the electricity department for pay of bill. Online electricity bill payment can be made through credit card, debit card or by net banking. The acknowledgement is mailed in form of SMS for the online bill payment within 12 hours of transition. This helps to avoid any late fees or payments which may affect your credit rating. So it saves lot of time and energy. VI. Conclusion: The development of GSM based energy meter demonstrates the concept and implementation of new power metering system. GSM based AMR have low infrastructure cost, low operating costs, more data security and less man power required. It not only solve the problem of manual meter reading but also provide additional feature such as power disconnect, power connect , power cut alert and tempering alert customer can also pay bill via online login on authenticated web. Data base server can stored the current month data and also all previous month data for future use. So it saves a lot amount of time and energy. Reference: [1]. Netlab.cs.iitm.ernet.in/cs648/2009/tpf/cs09s022 .pdf. [2]. ]Md. Wasi- ur-Rahman, Mohammad Tanvir Rahman, Tareq Hasan Khan and S.M. Lutful Kabir “Design of an Intelligent SMS Based Remote Metering System” Proceedings of the www.ijert.org 5 International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-0181 Vol. 1 Issue 3, May - 2012 IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation 2009, pp:1040-1043. [3]. 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F/QAP/021/001 Caledonian College of Engineering Course Work 1 Name of the programme BSc (GCU) CAME, MT, POM, EE, CO, EPE, TE Name of Module with Code Research Methodology, MHH120950 Name of the Module Dr. Nagaraj Nayak and Dr. Suresh Manic Leader/Tutor Coursework Type Research Methods Assessment weightage 25% Date of submission NOVEMBER 10, 2016 Aim To assess the students understanding of Research Methods & achievement of learning outcomes of the module with respect to the abilities to critically analyse technical papers, interpret scientific & technical data, proper referencing and citation of the literature Objective Assess the students understanding & knowledge of specific skills required in understanding research. A. Knowledge and understanding of the topic  Demonstrate knowledge of acquisition of information  Demonstrate appropriate application of module knowledge  Demonstrate wider reading and comprehension of topic B. Application and analysis of the topic  Define a problem and identify constraints & use creativity and innovation to customer and end users.  Understanding of the requirement for engineering activities to promote sustainable development.  Understanding the needs for high level professional and ethical conduct in engineering with knowledge based contexts.  Ability to use and apply information from technical literature and awareness of quality issues and their application to continuous improvement. C. The structure in terms of logic and coherence Submissions should have a clear start and a clear end. Information within submissions should also be logical and well grouped. D. The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading Suggestions for further reading are contained within the course work and indicated at the end of the course work. These reading lists are not exhaustive and candidates are Rev 0.0 1|Page F/QAP/021/001 encouraged to read further and reference at the end of the course work using CCE Harvard style of referencing. Marking scheme Component Weightage Total Marks Knowledge and understanding of the topic 30% 30 Application and analysis of the topic (Module specific Skill) 35% 35 The structure in terms of logic and coherence 30% 30 The use of relevant work examples and/or examples gained from further reading 5% 5 Please note all assignments shall subject to plagiarism software checks, “TURNITIN”. Plagiarism It is important to understand what plagiarism is and how it can be avoided. “Unacknowledged copying from published sources (including the internet) or incomplete referencing”. The following also constitute plagiarism: • Copying sections of work from a friend/colleague. • Having a friend/family member dictate something to you. • Copying and pasting from the internet without citing the source. • Copying directly from a study text quotation without citing the source. Quotations When using quotations from books, websites or journal articles you should cite the author and the year of publication then use the quote in quotation marks. Paraphrasing Paraphrasing is where you encapsulate another person’s original idea, argument or conclusion in your own words. It is still necessary to attribute those ideas to the author, and you can do this by using the formatting outlined above for direct quotations, taking care to include the author’s surname and the year of publication. Collaboration We acknowledge that you may undertake joint study with colleagues or as part of a formal training programme. However, working with another person to write assignments is not acceptable. Your answers must be your own and in your own words. Rev 0.0 2|Page F/QAP/021/001 Referencing Harvard Referencing (CCE Style) First Edition 2013 should be followed for both in-text and listing references. This downloadable document can be found in our CCE portal at: http://portal.cce.edu.om/member/contentdetails.aspx?cid=628 Instructions 1. Plagiarism is a serious offence. In case of any plagiarism detected, penalty will be imposed leading to zero mark. 2. Course work and reports should be solved by the individual/group. 3. Course work and reports should be submitted on time and submission after deadline will be marked zero. 4. Course work should be submitted with an appropriate cover page, which can be obtained from the departmental assistant at the department. 5. Name, student identification and title of the course work to be written clearly and legibly on the cover page. 6. The completed course work is to be submitted to the departmental assistant on or before the deadline and record your name, date of submission and signature in the book with the departmental assistant. Grading of Course work BSc (GCU) Programmes Excellent contribution Good Contribution Average Contribution Adequate Contribution Inadequate Contribution Not meeting the outcomes 70% and above 60% - 69% 50% - 59% 40% - 49% 30% - 39% Less than 30% Task: Task1: A technical paper will be given to the student by his/her Project Supervisor or Module tutor and he/she will be required to write a critical analysis and an abstract based on the scientific information available in the paper. [50 marks (Abstract writing: 20 Marks & Critical Analysis Writing: 30 marks)] Abstract: The Abstract must contain description of the topic, important applications of the topic, brief description about previous literature present in the paper, methodology adopted by the author, important results obtained and conclusions derived from the results. The word count is limited to 250. CONTENT ABSTRACT DEVELOPMENT W RITING QUALITY, LOGICAL AND FOCUSED BASIC GRAMMAR, SPELLING AND OTHER CONVENTIONS TOTAL Rev 0.0 M AX M ARKS 10 5 5 20 3|Page F/QAP/021/001 Critical Analysis:With the introduction to the topic, students are expected to critically analyze the literature part that contains key findings of previous authors, methodology adopted in given paper, parameters used for analysis, analyze the results obtained (from graphs / tables) and important conclusions derived based on the result. Each topic has to be separately presented in the form of paragraphs and the word count for this part is limited to a range of 500 to 750. CONTENT MAX MARKS 5 DOES THE WORK SHOW AN UNDERSTANDING OF TECHNICAL CONTENTS OF THE PAPER? COULD THE STUDENT CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PAPER AND RELATE THAT TO OTHER EARLIER WORKS CITED IN THE PAPER? DID THE STUDENT ARGUE / EVALUATE THE METHODS / TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AUTHORS OF THE PAPER? COULD THE STUDENT IDENTIFY ANY WEAKNESSES IN THE PAPER? IS ANY SCOPE FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION IDENTIFIED BY THE STUDENT? TOTAL 5 10 5 5 30 TASK- 2: Visit the Library & Resource Center, e-brary and Internet sites and look for the literature like books, e-books, journal/conference papers, report, articles, videos etc., (preferably) related to the project topic or area. For this literature found, write the in-text citation and prepare the reference in CCE-Harvard referencing style. There must be: 2 Library books or E-library books, 5 Journal or Conference Papers/Reports or Magazine Articles etc., 2 Web based resource like websites, electronic report, videos etc. and 1Image in Book CONTENT MAX MARKS In text Citations For the ten citations, 2 mark each for correct in-text citations References For the corresponding 10 References, 3 mark each for correct listing of references to confirm to the CCE- Harvard Referencing style. TOTAL 10x2 = 20 10x3 = 30 50 Suggestive format for the Task 2 Type of Resource Journal Paper Citation (In-text) –CCE Harvard Style (Trefts & Blaksee, 2000) 2. Book ………. Trefts, K. & Blaksee, S., 2000. Did you hear the one about Boolean operators? Incorporating comedy into library instruction. Reference Services Review. 28 (4). P. 369-378. …………………… 3. Website ……. ………………………… 4 Image in Book S.No 1. Reference List Entry Name and Signature of Module leader Dr. Nagaraj Nayak & Dr. Suresh Manic Date:26.6.2016 Rev 0.0 4|Page F/QAP/021/001 Research Methodology – CW1-Task.1 CRTICAL REVIEW OF TECHNICAL PAPER - MARKING SHEET MARKS (<30) INADEQUATE (30-39) INADEQUATE REAL ADEQUATE (40-49) ADEQUATE CONTRIBUTION AVERAGE (50-59) AVERAGE DISINT. / NO GOOD (60-69) GOOD (20 MARKS) EXCELLENT (70+) ABSTRACT EXCELLENT STUDENT NAME: ____________________________________________________________ REG NO:_____________ ABSTRACT DEVELOPMENT (MAX.10 MARKS) WRITING QUALITY: LOGICAL AND FOCUSED (MAX. 5 MARKS) MARKS CONTRIBUTION (30 MARKS) REAL CRITICAL ANALYSIS DISINT. / NO BASIC GRAMMAR, SPELLING AND OTHER CONVENTIONS. (MAX. 5 MARKS) DOES THE WORK SHOW AN UNDERSTANDING OF TECHNICAL CONTENTS OF THE PAPER? (MAX. 5 MARKS) COULD THE STUDENT CLEARLY IDENTIFY THE OBJECTIVE OF THE PAPER AND RELATE THAT TO OTHER EARLIER WORKS CITED IN THE PAPER? (MAX. 5 MARKS) DID THE STUDENT ARGUE / EVALUATE THE METHODS / TECHNIQUES USED BY THE AUTHORS OF THE PAPER? (MAX. 10 MARKS) COULD THE STUDENT IDENTIFY ANY WEAKNESSES IN THE PAPER? (MAX. 5 MARKS) IS ANY SCOPE FOR FURTHER INVESTIGATION IDENTIFIED BY THE STUDENT? (MAX. 5 MARKS) TOTAL MARKS (MAX.50) SIGN AND NAME OF THE MARKER Rev 0.0 5|Page F/QAP/021/001 Research Methodology – CW1-Task 2 REFERENCING MARKING SHEET STUDENT NAME: _________________________________________________________________ REG NO:_____________ Description Marks For the ten citations, 2 mark each for correct in-text citations In text Citations (10x2=20marks) References For the corresponding 10 References, 3 mark each for correct listing of references to confirm to the CCE- Harvard Referencing style. (10x3 = 30marks) TOTAL MARKS (MAX.50) SIGN AND NAME OF THE MARKER Rev 0.0 6|Page

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