Dr.N.Jaya

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Professor, Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Faculty of Engg & Technology
Annamalai University



                             

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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Process Control

17

Scopus Publications

60

Scholar Citations

5

Scholar h-index

2

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Utilization of biodiesel blended fuel in a diesel engine – Combustion engine performance and emission characteristics study
    B. Karpanai Selvan, Soni Das, M. Chandrasekar, R. Girija, S. John Vennison, N. Jaya, P. Saravanan, M. Rajasimman, Yasser Vasseghian, and N. Rajamohan
    ISSN: 00162361, Volume: 311, Published: 1 March 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Synthesis and characterization of nano zerovalent iron-kaolin clay (nZVI-Kaol) composite polyethersulfone (PES) membrane for the efficacious As<inf>2</inf>O<inf>3</inf> removal from potable water samples
    B. Karpanai Selvan, K. Thiyagarajan, Soni Das, N. Jaya, S. Anuradha Jabasingh, P. Saravanan, M. Rajasimman, and Yasser Vasseghian

    Chemosphere, ISSN: 00456535, eISSN: 18791298, Volume: 288, Published: February 2022 Elsevier BV

  • Characterization and Analysis of Coalescence Nature of Sessile Droplet on Hydrophobic and Hydrophilic Insulator Surfaces
    K. Indirajith, N. Jaya, and C. Naveen Kumar

    Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, ISSN: 2193567X, eISSN: 21914281, Published: 2022 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Eco-friendly cotton fabric dyeing using a green, sustainable natural dye from Gunda Gundo (Citrus sinensis) orange peels
    Ebuy Werede, S. Anuradha Jabasingh, Hundessa D. Demsash, N. Jaya, and Gebreyohannes Gebrehiwot

    Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, ISSN: 21906815, eISSN: 21906823, Published: 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • The scientometric evaluation on the research of biodiesel based on HistCite and VOSviewer (1993–2019)
    S. Rajeswari, P. Saravanan, K. Kumaraguru, N. Jaya, R. Rajeshkannan, and M. Rajasimman

    Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, ISSN: 21906815, eISSN: 21906823, Published: 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Prospective evaluation of xylitol production using Dabaryomyces hansenii var hansenii, Pachysolen tannophilus, and Candida guillermondii with sustainable agricultural residues
    P. Saravanan, S. Ramesh, N. Jaya, and S. Anuradha Jabasingh

    Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, ISSN: 21906815, eISSN: 21906823, Published: 2021 Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Performance of cobalt oxide/carbon cloth composite electrode in energy generation from dairy wastewater using microbial fuel cells
    Vinothkumar Veeramani, Kanimozhi Rajangam, and Jaya Nagendran

    Sustainable Environment Research, eISSN: 24682039, Published: 29 July 2020 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    AbstractThe use of non-noble metal catalyst as electrode for energy harvesting device have drawn great deal of attention owing to its distinct features. In this work, cobalt oxide has been directly fabricated on carbon cloth substrates using simple cost effective Successive Ionic Layer Adsorption and Reaction. Cobalt oxide synthesized from Co (II) nitrate and NaOH was used as the electrode for generation of electricity from dairy wastes using Microbial Fuel Cells (MFC). Electrochemical characteristics such as cyclic voltammetry have been carried out for the cobalt oxide/carbon cloth and the obtained results are found to be a good alternative for platinum catalyst. A current of 0.15 mA was obtained at an external resistance of 2 kΏ. A single cell prototype of double chamber MFC is designed and the performance analysis is carried out in this work.

  • Synthesis of biodiesel from pongamia oil using heterogeneous ion-exchange resin catalyst
    N. Jaya, B. Karpanai Selvan, and S. John Vennison

    Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, ISSN: 01476513, eISSN: 10902414, Volume: 121, Pages: 3-9, Published: November 01, 2015 Elsevier BV

  • Real time implementation of control strategies for three tank process
    ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, eISSN: 18196608, Pages: 3481-3489, Published: 2015

  • Transesterification of triglycerides using heterogeneous catalysts: A review
    Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN: 09742115, Volume: 2014-December, Pages: 193-195, Published: 1 December 2014

  • Design of controller using variable transformations for a two tank conical interacting level systems
    Vadivazhagi Senthilnathan and Jaya Navaneethan

    International Journal of Simulation: Systems, Science and Technology, ISSN: 14738031, eISSN: 1473804X, Pages: 8-13, Published: 1 April 2014 UK Simulation Society
    This paper presents the control of Non Linear Two Tank Conical Interacting Level System (TTCILS) using Globally Linearized Controller (GLC).This approach is based on the hypothesis that a system which is non linear in its original variables becomes linear in some form of transformation of these original variables. The performance of GLC is compared with the performance of conventional decentralized PI controller for different operating points. From the simulation studies, it is observed that GLC outperforms the decentralized PI controller with lower settling time and reduced error indices.

  • Comparative study on kinetic parameters for tranesterification of pongamia and cotton seed oil
    International Journal of ChemTech Research, ISSN: 09744290, eISSN: 09744290, Pages: 4475-4479, Published: 2014

  • Design of gain scheduling adaptive control for continuous stirred tank reactor
    S. Anbu and N. Jaya

    International Journal of Automation and Control, ISSN: 17407516, eISSN: 17407524, Pages: 141-157, Published: 2014 Inderscience Publishers
    The continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR) is one of the versatile reactors finding its application in many chemical industries and exhibit reasonably high non-linear behaviour. The non-linearity present in the system imposes complication in the design of conventional PID controllers. The piece-wise linear models for entire operating regions of the CSTR is obtained and controllers are designed based on the obtained models. If there exists some auxiliary variables that correlate well with the changes in process dynamics, then it is possible to reduce the effects of parameter variations simply by varying the parameters of the controller as functions of auxiliary variables, called as gain scheduling control. A gain scheduling adaptive and classical pi control strategies are designed and evaluated for continuous stirred tank reactor, which shows appreciable non-linear characteristics through simulations. The performance of each designed controller is evaluated based on certain performance indices.

  • Performance evaluation of Multi Model and gain scheduling control for CSTR
    S. Anbu, N. Jaya, and R. Murugan

    Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Circuit, Power and Computing Technologies, ICCPCT 2013, Pages: 528-534, Published: 2013 IEEE
    The Conventional control approach often fails to show better results particularly for a non-linear systems and in the systems, whose parameters changes over a period of time for a variety of reasons. Alternatively, adaptive control strategies bring out very good performance. Multi-Model PID control is a special class of adaptive control strategies referred to as switching control or multi model adaptive control. The Multi-Model control and gain scheduling control strategies are designed and evaluated for Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor through simulations.

  • Design of controller based on variable transformation for a nonlinear process and real time implementation using dSpace
    Advances in Modelling and Analysis C, ISSN: 12404535, Issue: 1-2, Pages: 76-91, Published: 2009

  • Removal of chromium from aqueous solution using cellulose acetate and sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone) blend ultrafiltration membranes
    G. Arthanareeswaran, P. Thanikaivelan, N. Jaya, D. Mohan, and M. Raajenthiren

    Journal of Hazardous Materials, ISSN: 03043894, Volume: 139, Pages: 44-49, Published: 2 January 2007 Elsevier BV

  • Studies on permeation, rejection, and transport of aqueous poly(ethylene glycol) solutions using ultrafiltration membranes
    N. Jaya, G. Arthanareeswaran, D. Mohan, M. Raajenthiren, and P. Thanikaivelan

    Separation Science and Technology, ISSN: 01496395, eISSN: 15205754, Pages: 963-978, Published: January 2007 Informa UK Limited
    Abstract The permeate flux and retention of aqueous solutions of poly(ethylene glycols) (PEG) with different molecular weights ranging from 4000 to 35,000 Da have been investigated using various compositions such as 100/0, 90/10, 80/20, and 70/30 wt% of cellulose acetate (CA)/sulfonated poly(etheretherketone) (SPEEK) ultrafiltration blend membranes. The factors affecting the rejection rate and permeate flux such as molecular weight of PEGs, concentration of the solute, composition of the membranes, and transmembrane pressures have been studied. It is seen that the increase in the concentration of PEG results in the decreased permeate flux and increased rejection for increasing CA content in the membranes. A similar observation in the flux and rejection was made for increasing the molecular weight of PEGs. Further, the mass transfer, diffusion, and true retention coefficients of the solute have been studied with different operating variables like molecular weight and concentration of PEGs. An increase in the molecular weight of PEGs results in the decrease of mass transfer and diffusion coefficients and increase of the true retention coefficient. A reverse trend is observed with increasing concentrations of PEG.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • An Insight on Machine Learning Algorithms for Predicting Heart Diseases
    T Balaji
    Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education (TURCOMAT) 12 (10 2021

  • Design of Model Reference Adaptive control and Nonlinear PI Controller for Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
    S Anbu, N Jaya
    International Journal of Computer Applications 153 (9) 2016

  • Control of Two Tank Conical Interacting Level System using Relay Auto Tuning
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 8 (12), 1 2015

  • Real Time Implementation of Control Strategies for Three Tank Process .
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 10 (8) 2015

  • Design of fractional order PI controller for a MIMO process International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Number 44, 2015.
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    International Journal of Applied Engineering Research. 10 (44) 2015

  • Online Tuning of Two Conical Tank Interacting Level Process
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and 2015

  • Modelling and Simulation of Interacting Conical Tank Systems
    S Vadivazhagi, DN Jaya
    International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and 2014

  • Design of Model based controller for Two Conical Tank Interacting Level systems
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    IJMER 4 (6) 2014

  • Design of multiloop controller for three tank process using CDM techniques
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    International Journal on Soft Computing 5 (2), 11 2014

  • Design of Controller using Variable Transformations for a Two Tank Conical Interacting Level Systems
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    International Journal of Simulation–Systems, Science & Technology 15 (2), 8-13 2014

  • Design of adaptive controller based on Lyapunov stability for a CSTR
    S Anbu, N Jaya
    World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal 2014

  • Design of Model based controller for Two Conical Tank Interacting Level systems
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    International Journal of Modern Engineering Research 4 (Issue 6) 2014

  • Fuzzy gain scheduling of PID controller for a MIMO process
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    International Journal of Computer Applications 91 (10) 2014

  • Design of gain scheduling adaptive control for continuous stirred tank reactor
    S Anbu, N Jaya
    International Journal of Automation and Control 8 (2), 141-157 2014

  • Performance evaluation of Multi Model and gain scheduling control for CSTR
    S Anbu, N Jaya, R Murugan
    2013 International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies 2013

  • Design of Globally Linearized Controller for a nonlinear second order process with timedelay and real time implementation using dSPACE
    N Jaya, D Sivakumar, R Anandanatarajan
    International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 4 (3), 407-421 2009

  • Controller Design for Second Order Nonlinear Process with Dead Time Using Variable Transformations.
    N Jaya, D Sivakumar, R Anandanatarajan
    2008

  • Implementation of fuzzy gain scheduling of PID controllers for a two capacity interacting nonlinear process
    N Jaya, D Sivakumar, R Anandanatarajan
    TIMA, January 2007

  • Two Region Fuzzy Logic Controller for a Two Capacity Interacting
    N Jaya, D Sivakumar, R Anandanatarajan


  • Real Time Implementation of Fractional Order Controller For Three Tank Process
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 9 (16), 2015

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Design of adaptive controller based on Lyapunov stability for a CSTR
    S Anbu, N Jaya
    World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal 2014
    Citations: 15

  • Fuzzy gain scheduling of PID controller for a MIMO process
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    International Journal of Computer Applications 91 (10) 2014
    Citations: 12

  • Design of gain scheduling adaptive control for continuous stirred tank reactor
    S Anbu, N Jaya
    International Journal of Automation and Control 8 (2), 141-157 2014
    Citations: 8

  • Modelling and Simulation of Interacting Conical Tank Systems
    S Vadivazhagi, DN Jaya
    International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and 2014
    Citations: 6

  • Implementation of fuzzy gain scheduling of PID controllers for a two capacity interacting nonlinear process
    N Jaya, D Sivakumar, R Anandanatarajan
    TIMA, January 2007
    Citations: 6

  • Design of multiloop controller for three tank process using CDM techniques
    N Kanagasabai, N Jaya
    International Journal on Soft Computing 5 (2), 11 2014
    Citations: 5

  • Control of Two Tank Conical Interacting Level System using Relay Auto Tuning
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 8 (12), 1 2015
    Citations: 2

  • Performance evaluation of Multi Model and gain scheduling control for CSTR
    S Anbu, N Jaya, R Murugan
    2013 International Conference on Circuits, Power and Computing Technologies 2013
    Citations: 2

  • Design of Model Reference Adaptive control and Nonlinear PI Controller for Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor
    S Anbu, N Jaya
    International Journal of Computer Applications 153 (9) 2016
    Citations: 1

  • Design of Model based controller for Two Conical Tank Interacting Level systems
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    IJMER 4 (6) 2014
    Citations: 1

  • Design of Controller using Variable Transformations for a Two Tank Conical Interacting Level Systems
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    International Journal of Simulation–Systems, Science & Technology 15 (2), 8-13 2014
    Citations: 1

  • Design of Model based controller for Two Conical Tank Interacting Level systems
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    International Journal of Modern Engineering Research 4 (Issue 6) 2014
    Citations: controller for Two Conical Tank Interacting Level systems

  • Fuzzy Gain Scheduled PI Controller for a Two Tank Conical Interacting Level System
    S Vadivazhagi, N Jaya
    International Journal of Engineering and Technology (IJET) 6 (6), 2588-2594
    Citations: 1