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Keywords: Chaotic Bubbles, Chaotic Bubble, Chaos Theory, Non-Linear Control, Bubbling, Bubbling Processes, Sachin Sarnobat, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, University of Tennessee, David DePaoli, Duane Bruns Chapters: Title Copyright Dedication Acknowledgements Abstract Table of contents List of figures 1. Introduction 2. Background 3. Methods 4. Modification & Analysis 5. Application & is ranked 25408406 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $2,503. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Automation Workbench D. Rotameter Calibration E. Nomenclature Vita Modification, Identification And Control Of Chaotic Bubbling With Electrostatic Potential In all chaos there is a cosmos, in all disorder a secret order -Carl Jung Effervescence and bubbling have always been thought of as one of the simple phenomena, which make life interesting to look at. But beneath this innocuous visage lies a system so complex that the last decade has produced a flurry of papers investigating the interplay of bubbles. From numerical modeling of bubbles to studying the effect of sounds of bubble formation, numerous research thrusts have been made to try and capture this phenomenon in its entirety. Control of bubbles is one such aspect. Several attempts have been made to control bubbles, to tame them from a spectrum of sizes to a single file of pearls. But till date no successful attempts have been reported not only because of the spatio-temporal behavior, but also the sensitivity of the bubbling experiments to external noise. Yet it is the same simplicity of the experimental arrangements with bubbling experiments, which have made chaotic analysis through bubbles a favorite. It is certainly easier to study chaos in a bubble column than to simulate it in earthquakes! This research was carried out with two objectives: To identify a new control variable for bubbling To tame chaos in bubbling by using the new control variable These were two disjoint research directions. The first involved understanding the bubbling from the fluid mechanics point of view and studying the dynamics associated with the system. Once the system was quantified in terms of bubbling regimes and dimensionless numbers, the next step was to integrate the system information with control equations and set-up a schemes to implement the control. The latter phase of implementing the control algorithm was the most challenging. And it is this phase, where previous experience had showed, maximum investment was to be made. Data acquisition and automation techniques were employed to generate large volumes of data for study. For the characterization studies of the bubble system, data analysis tools were built for data mining from the experimental data sets. Development of data analysis tools spurred study of statistical techniques like principal component analysis and wavelets to the bubbling data. Finally, to employ the control algorithm, real time computing modules were built for online analytical processing and simultaneous control. All of the software tools built for this experiment were in conjunction with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and are available through ORNL for evaluation. The reader is encouraged to contact the Duane D. Bruns research group at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville or David DePaoli at ORNL for an evaluation copy of the BUBBLE Toolbox for Chaotic Analysis? (Sarnobat, 2000) and the BUBBLE Automation Workbench? (Sarnobat, 2000) along with sample data for research purposes. This research project has been documented in three parts, one as a part of this Master's thesis, a second as research papers submitted at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and third as software releases through Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In the present thesis, the first chapter gives an introduction to the overall project. The second chapter updates the reader with concepts from research in bubbles and chaos control. The third chapter describes the experimental and data analysis techniques used. The fourth chapter presents the results and analysis from the identification of the bubbling system. The fifth chapter has results from the attempt to control chaos by using a well-known control algorithm. The sixth and final chapter details the conclusions and recommendations. Chaos & Bubbling One of my the rare pictures with my chaotic bubbling column. Notice the period-2 formation at the top of the column. This was how my graduate research at ORNL and University of Tennessee-Knoxville looked like. I havent had time to update this page since after graduating. First of all, thank you for stopping by my research page. I encourage you to read through. My odyssey began with a core chemical engineering research topic, and with successive bifurcations through chaos, non-linear time series analysis, multi-variate statistical process control and finally applied artificial intelligence. On the way I picked up skills in automation, data acquisition and real-time data processing, OLAP, SQL and a plethora of hands-on skills which have really enabled me to develop a creative multi-disciplinary approach to problem solving. May I also add that I was also required to be proficient in advanced topics in process dynamics and control for the backbone of my research topic! I find myself at the threshold of a brilliant career, in which I look forward to apply my engineering and advanced control knowlege, integrate it with software technology and finally envision innovative solutions to be developed. My project involves working at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. I am presently working with Dr.David DePaoli with the Chemcial Technology Division. At The University of Tennessee I am working with Prof.Duane D. Bruns with the Chaos Research Group. I shall be happy to collaborate on any of my research topics. Please send me an email if you need copies of any publications. My resume may be accessed from here. Chapters in my research sojourn 1. MS thesis topic 2. Automation of experiments 3. Data analysis tools 4. Regression models 5. Neural network models 6. Chaos control MS, Chemical Engineering My Masters thesis is titled, "Real time regime identification and non-linear control of chaotic bubbles under the influence of electrostatic fields". We have identified electrostatic fields as an additional bifurcation variable and this gives a whole dimension to the control of chaotic bubbling (which has not been successfully reported, as yet). We shall be attempting a control strategy, which involves multi-variate control using both flow and voltage as the two variables. The results thus far have proved to be extremely promising. If successful, this will prove to be a landmark paper in the field of chaos and potentially could be published in a science journal instead of engineering. [top] Automation of experiments… If done the conventional way, this project was extremely time-consuming. Each run took approximately 14 days to complete, and then data analysis took another 2 weeks. LabView was used to automate the entire experimental set-up and reduced the duration of each run to 4 days. Now in the same time period, more runs could be carried out, which meant huge volume... Whois

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