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IJEECS only charge the fees necessary to recoup cost associated with running the journal</p> <p>IJECS would take much care in making your article published without much delay with your kind cooperation.</p> <p>IJECS hopes that Researchers, Research scholars, Academician, Industrialists, Consultancy etc. would make use of this journal publication for the development of science and technology</p> Electromagnetic Field and Total Loss Analysis of Transformers by Finite Element Method 2019-01-03T17:28:18+00:00 Ibrahim Halil Teke Yıldırım ÖZÜPAK Mehmet Salih MAMİŞ <p>In the design of transformers, determining the optimum values ​​of the design parameters, the system in which the transformer will be used and the electrical power to be transferred are important for the continuity and safety of the system. It is very important for transformer design to know the electromagnetic field distribution and losses by creating electrical model of transformers. In this study, the theoretical, experimental and numerical analysis of the transformer were carried out. With the ANSYS @ MAXWELL-3D, simulations were carried out to determine the electromagnetic fields generated in transformer cores and windings for the purpose of efficient and safe operation of transformers. The results obtained during the study were calculated in real time. With the ANSYS @ MAXWELL-3D package software, the magnetic field and magnetic flux distribution of the transformer, especially in the case of transient events, are investigated. In addition, the core and copper loss of the transformer were examined experimentally, theoretically and numerically and comparisons were made. In this paper, by taking into consideration the electromagnetic field model, the core and winding design of the transformer were made and the equivalent circuit parameters were determined. In this study, short circuit test and open circuit test of transformers were carried out and field analyzes of transformers were performed and cores and copper losses were calculated and compared. The effect of ferromagnetic properties on core losses was determined, problem areas were determined, and the effect of magnetic field density and flux intensity on losses were determined. These results proved the accuracy of the FEM method used.</p> 2019-01-03T17:28:18+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Effective Face Detection Using DCT(Discrete Cosine Transform) Algorithm Through Block Weighting scheme 2019-01-08T07:15:03+00:00 Shivi Shrivastava <p>Face recognition has become one of the most addressed pattern recognition problems due to its importance as a natural biometric trait and due to its role in human computer interfaces.</p> <p>Face detection has wide range of applications such as automatic face recognition, human­ machine interactions, surveillance, etc. In recent years there has been substantial progress on detection schemes based on appearances of faces. Holistic approaches have been dominating the face recognition research since the beginning of 1990s. On the other hand , recently, local appearance based face recognition approaches have attracted a growing interest. In salient local regions, such as the eye regions, are used to perform modular eigenfaces based face recognition.</p> <p>In&nbsp; recent&nbsp; face&nbsp; recognition&nbsp; system, the&nbsp; face&nbsp; or&nbsp; image&nbsp; is&nbsp; considered&nbsp; as&nbsp; block&nbsp; of rectangular images. HaZlln Kemal Ekene1(2009),&nbsp; in his paper on "Block&nbsp; Selection in the Local Appearance-based Face Recognition Scheme, describes that the face image is divided . into&nbsp; rectangular&nbsp; smaller&nbsp; sub-images&nbsp; without &nbsp;considering&nbsp; any&nbsp; specific&nbsp; regions,&nbsp; and&nbsp; the eigenfaces approach is then performed on each of these sub-images. The local facial regions are&nbsp; located&nbsp; by&nbsp; a&nbsp; Support&nbsp; Vector&nbsp; Machine&nbsp; (SVM)&nbsp; and&nbsp; the&nbsp; combined&nbsp; local&nbsp; features&nbsp; are classified again with SVM. The face image is partitioned into several local regions and each local region is represented by Linear Discriminant Analysis (LOA). To combine the features extracted from each local region, another LOA is used.&nbsp;&nbsp; Along with these two techniques, Discrete Cosine Transform(DCT) is also used. OCT plays the main role for face detection in this dissertation. DCT is combined with a Block Weighting Scheme. The Block Weighting Scheme measures the contribution of each block in a face image.</p> <p>The basic idea is: clean blocks should impact the result more than the occluded one. For each block in one image, the probability of the block belonging to each class, rather than the classification result is computed. These probabilities are combined to obtain classification result for the whole image.</p> 2019-01-08T07:15:03+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##