Anna University - Project Training 2013



Anna University, Chennai-25.

Projects Topics:
  • Artificial Intelligence.
  • Attack simulation tool for lPv6 Environment — DDaS.
  • Bluetooth based Secure Routing Protocol.
  • Buffer Management in video Conference.
  • Cloud/Web Services Security.
  • Configuration, routing updates, service location.
  • C Content Distribution, Software Distribution.
  • Data Mining.
  • Distributed Interactive Online Gaming.
  • Graph Theory, Game Theory.
  • Hidden Semi Markov Model for Network Prediction.
  • Mobile Agent Communications.
  • C Network Coding.
  • Next Generation Internet.
  • Quality of Service in 3G and 46 Networks.
  • Software Defined Networks.
  • Source Address Verification using Soft Router.
  • Telemedicine.
  • Wireless Sensor Network Security.

CEG, Anna University candidates pursuing 2nd or 3rd year of B.E (CSE)IB.Tech (IT) students are eligible to apply.

Period of the Project: The contact period far the project will be one month during 27th November - 21th December 2013.

How ta apply: 
Resume should be send ta on or before 06.11.2013.

Shortlisted Candidates will be intimated through E.Mail on or before 08.1 1.2013.

C. Chellappan,
Professor and Dean, DCSE,
Anna University, Chennai.
Contact : Ph: 044.22358025.


IEEE 2013 – 2013 Project Titles

JAVA Projects

Mobile Computing
  • Mobile Relay Configuration in Data-intensive Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Vampire attacks:Draining life from wireless ad-hoc sensor networks
  • Towards a Statistical Framework for Source Anonymity in Sensor Networks
  • A Scalable Server Architecture for Mobile Presence Services in Social Network Applications
  • Distributed Cooperative Caching in Social Wireless Networks
  • Discovery and Verification of Neighbor Positions in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
  • Joint Optimal Sensor Selection and Scheduling in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks
  • Understanding the Scheduling Performance in Wireless Networks with Successive Interference Cancellation
  • Content Sharing over Smartphone-Based Delay-Tolerant Networks
  • DCIM: Distributed Cache Invalidation Method for Maintaining Cache Consistency in Wireless Mobile Networks
  • Efficient Rekeying Framework for Secure Multicast with Diverse-Subscription-Period Mobile Users
  • A Resource Allocation Scheme for Scalable Video Multicast in WiMAX Relay Networks
  • Bicriteria Optimization in Multihop Wireless Networks: Characterizing the Throughput-Energy Envelope
  • Maximizing Transmission Opportunities in Wireless Multihop Networks
  • On the MDP-Based Cost Minimization for Video-on-Demand Services in a Heterogeneous Wireless Network with Multihomed Terminals
  • Variable-Width Channel Allocation for Access Points: A Game-Theoretic Perspective
  • Routing-Toward-Primary-User Attack and Belief Propagation-Based Defense in Cognitive Radio Networks
  • Dynamic Online-Calibrated Radio Maps for Indoor Positioning in Wireless Local Area Networks
  • Estimating Performance of Mobile Services from Comparative Output-Input Analysis of End-to-End Throughput
  • Deployment of a Connected Reinforced Backbone Network with a Limited Number of Backbone Nodes

Highway Engineering (CE2255) Question Papers–Nov / Dec 2011

Anna University
Fourth Semester
Civil Engineering
(Regulation 2008)

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PART A — (10 × 2 = 20 marks)
1.  What is the role of MoRTH?
2.  What are BOT projects?
3.  Define limiting gradient.
4.  What is extra widening?
5.  Define optimum moisture content.
6.  What are dowel bars?
7.  Differentiate between Tar and Bitumen.
8.  What is Elongation Index?
9.  Define pavement roughness Index.
10.  What is serviceability of pavements?

PART  B —(5 × 16 = 80 marks)
11.  (a) (i) Describe the requirements of ideal highway alignment. (8)
  (ii) Explain the different components of the National Highway Development  Programme (NHDP). (8)


(b) (i) Discuss how modern methods such as GIS and GPS may be used for the reconnaissance survey for highway alignment. (8)
  (ii) Draw a neat sketch and explain the cross section of an urban arterial.
12.  (a) (i) Compute the stopping sight distance on a highway with a design speed of  80 kph, if the highway is on an upgrade of 2%. (8) 
(ii) Outline the design elements of hill roads. (8)

(b) (i) Distinguish between overtaking sight distance and intermediate sight distance. How will you calculate these? (8)
  (ii) What is the super elevation to be provided on a horizontal curve on a National Highway in plain terrain (Hint: Design  speed =100 kph), if the curve has a radius of 310 m? (8)
13.  (a) (i) List the different stresses induced in cement concrete pavements. Discuss the critical combination of these stresses. (8)
  (ii) Explain the CBR method of design of flexible pavements. (8)
(b) (i) How will you calculate the Equivalent Single Wheel Load for a  given combination of wheel loads? (8)
  (ii) Explain the IRC method of design of rigid pavements. (8)
14.  (a) (i) Distinguish between impact and abrasion values of aggregate. How are these values measured?  (8)
  (ii) What is WBM? Describe the construction procedure of a WBM road.       (8)


(b) (i) Distinguish between viscosity and softening point of road bitumen. Describe their test procedures.  (8)
  (ii) Discuss the importance of surface and sub-surface drainage in highways.   (8)

15.  (a) (i) Discuss with the help of sketches the different types of failures in flexible pavements.   (8)
  (ii) Explain the procedure for the structural evaluation of pavements.       (8)
(b) (i) What are the different types of failures in cement concrete pavements?    (8)
  (ii) What are flexible overlays? Explain how the Benkelman Beam is used to design the thickness of the overlay. (8)

AT2401 Engine and Vehicle Management System Question Bank and Important Questions

Anna University , Chennai

Department of B.E-Automobile Engineering

Seventh Semester

 AT2401 Engine and Vehicle Management System

Regulation 2008

Question Bank and Important Questions

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Question Bank and Important Question are Updated based on the Anna University Chennai Syllabus Regulation of R2008.

AE2401 AVIONICS Question Bank and Important Questions

Anna University , Chennai

Department of B.E-Aeronautical Engineering

Seventh Semester


Regulation 2008

Question Bank and Important Questions

Important Questions :

Question Bank :
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Question Bank and Important Question are Updated based on the Anna University Chennai Syllabus Regulation of R2008.

Anna University Nov Dec 2013 Exam Timetable

Anna University

Nov / Dec 2013 Examination Timetable

Vidyarthiplus (V+) Team has Updated the Timetable for Anna university Branches such as Chennai , Madurai , Tirunelveli , Tiruchi , etc. For Chennai Candidates their is a special tool to view the Timetable via Date wise.

For Chennai Candidates :

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C Programming Objectives for Placement (2014)

1. ANSI (American National Standards Institute) is established in 1983. C was invented by Dennis Ritchie and ANSI c standard adopted from 1990 onwards.

2. C is said to be middle-level computer language because it contains best elements of high level and low level languages.

3. C does not check most of the run-time error checking such as array boundaries overrun.

4. C is suitable for System level programming because it allows the direct manipulation of bits, bytes, words and pointers.

5. C contains only 32 keywords (27 from Kernighan & Ritchie and 5 added by ANSI).

6. C is not a block structured language because it does not allow creation of functions within functions. However it can be said to be structured language.

7. The distinguishing feature of a structured language is compartmentalization of code and data. i.e.) Use of local variables in subroutines to ensure no side effects.

8. Examples for non-structured programming languages: FORTRAN, BASIC, COBOL.

9. Examples for structured programming languages: PASCAL, C, C++, ADA.

10. A code block is a logically connected group of program statements that is to be treated as an unit. Such blocks are begin and end with symbols { and }.

11. All keywords are in lower case and main() is not a keyword in c /c++ .

12. The standard library functions in c are in re-locatable format.

13. C language supports separate compilation for multiple programming environment.

14. There are five basic data types in C are int, char, float, double, void. Two more added are bool and wchar_t (some compilers may not support these).

15. Each c/c++ compiler specifies the size and the range of the basic data types in the header file <climits>.

16. There are four data modifiers that can be applied with a data type are signed, unsigned, long, short.

17. The data type int is signed by default whereas char is unsigned by default. The difference between signed and unsigned integers is in the way that the high-order bit is interpreted.

18. Variables declared inside the functions are called as local variables. Variables declared outside of the functions are called as global variables.

19. The keyword auto is used to declare local variables. However the usage of auto is not virtually required.

20. In C language variables must be declared prior to the programming statements but in C++ local variables can be declared at any point within a block structure.

21. A local variable is created when a function is called and is destroyed when a function returns. In general local variables are stored on the stack.

22. The static modifier can be used to retain values of local variables.

23. In C language, there are two access modifiers namely const and volatile.

24. The keyword const is used to protect variables from modification by code. However const variables can be initialized (at the time declaration only).

25. The modifier volatile tells the compiler that a variable value may be changed in ways not explicitly specified by the program.

26. The modifiers const and volatile can be used together to a single variable.

27. There are five storage class specifiers in C language such as extern, static, register, auto saying that how to store the subsequent variable.

28. The specifier extern is used to declare global variable only once and makes them available in multiple programming environment.

29. Static local variable is a local variable that retains its value between function calls. Such variables enable to hide portions of one program from other programs.

30. The register keyword is used to instruct the compiler to keep the value of a variable in a register of the cpu rather than in memory to improve the speed of the operation. Global register variables are not allowed.

31. Register variables do not have addresses it can not be processed by & operator.

32. When more than one register variables are declared then all the register variables could not optimize the speed of the operation. i.e.) compiler can ignore the keyword if required.

33. Global and static local variables are initialized only at the start of the programs. Uninitialized global and static local variables are automatically set to zero.

34. In C literature, ‘lvalue’ refers to variable in LHS and ‘rvalue’ refers to the value of an expression in RHS of the expression.

35. In the assignment statement, the value of an expression in RHS is converted to the data type in LHS.

36. When converting int to char or long int to int the appropriate higher order bits will be removed.

37. When converting char to int or float to double no precision will be added. Only the form of value may change.

38. Multiple assignment statements are used in C to assign the common value to more than one variable.

For example : a = b = c = 8.

39. When /(slash) operator is applied to int or char any remainder will be truncated.

40. The modulus operator % can be used with int to yield the remainder of an integer division. They cannot be applied with float variables.


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Anna University - A Workshop on Innovation and Prospectus funding for the research and Innovation by Millennium Alliance - CTDT



A Workshop on Innovation and Prospectus funding for the research and
Innovation by Millennium Alliance was held on 1st October 2013 at 3.00 p.m. at TAG Auditorium, Anna University, Chennai.

With reference to the above workshop we would like to inform you that the last date for submission of the letter of interest is on or before 31st October 2013.   Kindly visit and submit the letter of interest through online mode only.

Thanking you,