AI in Manufacturing and Green Technology Methods and Applications
This book focuses on environmental sustainability by employing elements of engineering and green computing through modern educational concepts and solutions. It visualizes the potential of artificial intelligence, enhanced by business activities and strategies for rapid implementation, in manufacturing and green technology.
This book covers utilization of renewable resources and implementation of the latest energy-generation technologies. It discusses how to save natural resources from depletion and illustrates facilitation of green technology in industry through usage of advanced materials. The book also covers environmental sustainability and current trends in manufacturing.
The book provides the basic concepts of green technology, along with the technology aspects, for researchers, faculty, and students.
Chapter 1 Concept of Green Computation Linked to Cloudlets: A Case Study
Chapter 2 Scheduling Tasks in Virtual Machines Using Ant Colony Optimization Technique
Chapter 3 A CMOS-Based Improved Wilson OP-AMP for Green Communication Applications
Chapter 4 Design for Manufacturing Automotive Components:A Knowledge-Based Integrated Approach
Chapter 5 Effect of Adaptive Depth-First Sphere Decoding Scheme to MIMO-OFDM System in FSO
Chapter 6 Renewable Energy Adaptation Model for Sustainable Small Islands
Chapter 7 Numerical Simulation of Circular Two-Phase Jet Flow and Heat Transfer
Chapter 8 A Review on Nearest-Neighbor and Support Vector Machine Algorithms and Its Applications
Chapter 9 Eigenvalue Assignment for Control of Time-Delay System:A Lambert W Function–Based Approach
Chapter 10 Neural Networks–Based Transmission Line Congestion Analysis of Electric Power Systems
Chapter 11 Study of Dielectric and Conductivity Behavior of PMMA–rGO Polymer Nanocomposites
Chapter 12 Concept of Green Computing Linked to Structural Design and Analysis: A Case Study
Chapter 13 Voltage Sag Mitigation Using Transformerless Dynamic Voltage Restorer
Chapter 14 Harmonics Reduction Using Active Power Filter with Hysteresis Current Control