VGDRA Scheme for Mobile Sink Based WSN with Masking EncryptionJournal: GRD Journal for Engineering (Vol.2, No. 5)
Publication Date: 2017-04-01
Authors : Aashna Hassan;
Page : 116-122
Keywords : Energy Efficiency; Wireless Sensor Network; Masking Encryption;
Material handling systems are commonly used in almost all the industries in all over the world. It is an art and science involving moving, packaging and storing of substances in various forms. This paper contains design of low cost bale trolley used for cotton bale handling. The Bajaj steel industry has manufactured cotton pressing machine 15 BP4818, for that they need to design new trolley according to the size of bale. They have previously designed bale trolley for another press machine (for BP5421) which is not suitable for this new pressing machine (15 BP4818). As more and heavy material was used in previous design which was leading in increasing cost of the bale trolley. Requirement is to improve previous design and to reduce weight according to cotton bale size (which is 175 kg). In wireless sensor networks, exploiting the sink mobility has been taken into consideration as an excellent approach to stability the nodes strength dissipation. The statistics dissemination to the mobile sink is a challenging mission for the useful resource restrained sensor nodes because of the dynamic community topology caused by the sink mobility. For efﬁcient facts shipping, nodes need to reconstruct their routes toward the modern-day vicinity of the cellular sink, which undermines the energy conservation aim. on this paper, provided a virtual grid primarily based dynamic routes adjustment scheme that ambitions to decrease the routes reconstruction price of the sensor nodes whilst preserving almost most suitable routes to the cutting-edge vicinity of the mobile sink. Proposed a hard and fast of conversation guidelines that governs the routes reconstruction procedure thereby requiring only a confined quantity of nodes to readjust their statistics transport routes in the direction of the cellular sink. Simulation consequences exhibit reduced routes reconstruction cost and improved network life of the VGDRA scheme with high protection using masking encryption. Citation: Aashna Hassan, Mount Zion College of Engineering. "VGDRA Scheme for Mobile Sink Based WSN with Masking Encryption." Global Research and Development Journal For Engineering 25 2017: 116 - 122.
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