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Publication date: 2 October 2017

Hui Quan, Baiheng Fu, Rennian Li, Guangxian Li, Zhengjie Zhang and Jin Li

To analyze the work principle and capacity of energy conversion in each segment of profile lines, the energy transfer from impeller to transmission medium is separated…

Abstract

Purpose

To analyze the work principle and capacity of energy conversion in each segment of profile lines, the energy transfer from impeller to transmission medium is separated into head coefficient and load coefficient to analyze the energy transfer process. The concepts of airfoil lift coefficient and drag coefficient are used; the third manifestation of the Euler equations is used as well.

Design/methodology/approach

The numerical simulation of energy conversion mechanism based on load criteria of vane airfoil has been established in screw centrifugal pump to explain its energy conversion mechanism in an impeller. Upon this basis, the velocity and pressure along the entire blade are investigated through the numerical simulation of internal solid–liquid flow in the pump. The energy conversion process under load criteria in the blade airfoil has also been obtained.

Findings

The research suggests that the mathematical model of energy conversion mechanism based on the load criteria of the vane airfoil is reliable in the screw centrifugal pump. The screw centrifugal blade has twice or even several times the wrap angle than the ordinary centrifugal blade. It is a large wrap angle that forms the unique flow channel which lays the foundation for solid particles to pass smoothly and for soft energy conversion. At the same time, load distribution along the profile line on the long-screw centrifugal blade is an important factor affecting the energy conversion efficiency of the impeller.

Originality/value

The quantitative analysis method of energy in the screw centrifugal pump can help the pump designer improve certain features of the pump and shorten the research cycle.

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Publication date: 5 October 2020

Josemila Baby Jesuretnam and Jeba James Rose

This paper aims to propose a multi-dimensional hierarchical K-means clustering algorithm for the purpose of intrusion detection. Initially, the clustering set of rules is…

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Purpose

This paper aims to propose a multi-dimensional hierarchical K-means clustering algorithm for the purpose of intrusion detection. Initially, the clustering set of rules is proposed to shape some of clusters in the network and then the most beneficial clusters are decided on by the use of Cuckoo search optimization set of rules. Finally, an Artificial Bee Colony primarily based selection tree (ABC-DT) classifier is rented to classify the regular and unusual instances present in the network with the aid of the extracted features.

Design/methodology/approach

Intrusion detection system (IDS) is crucial for the network system; the intruder can take sensitive details about the network. IDS are said to be more effective when it has both high intrusion detection rate and low false alarm rate. Numerous strategies including gadget mastering, records mining and statistical techniques were tested for IDS mission. Recent study reveals that combining multiple classifiers, i.e. classifiers ensemble, can also own better performance than unmarried classifier. In this paper, a comparative study is conducted of the overall performance of four classifiers, i.e. hybrid ABC-DT particle swarm optimization-based K-means clustering (PSO-KM), help vector device (SVM) and K-Nearest neighbour (KNN). All the four classifiers are tested with exceptional packet sizes 1470, 1024, 512 and 256. The experiment is carried out for the speed ranging from turned into done for the velocity ranging from 250Mbps, 500Mbps, 750Mbps, 1.0Gpbs, 1.5Gbps, and 2.0Gbps in terms of accuracy, detection charge, specificity, false alarm charge and computational time. The experimental results reveals that the hybridization of classifiers performs better than the base classifiers in all scenarios.

Findings

This study analyses the performance of hybrid ABC-DT classifier and compares the performance against three well-known classifiers such as PSO-KM, SVM and K-NN. The performances of all the four classifiers are tested with Discovery in Data Mining (KDD) CUP 99 dataset with different packet sizes 1470, 1024, 512 and 256. The results show the classifier performance variations with different speed ranges. From the experimental results and analysis, the hybridization of classifiers such as ABC-DT outperforms the base classifiers in all scenarios.

Originality/value

The novel approach in this paper is used to study the hybrid ABC-DT classifier and compare the performance against three well-known classifiers such as PSO-KM, SVM and K-NN. The discussed concept is used within the network to monitor the traffic to and from all the devices connected in that network.

Details

International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications, vol. 17 no. 1
Type: Research Article
ISSN: 1742-7371

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