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R. Esposito – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • CODACS prototype: CHIARA Language and its compiler
    24th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops 2004. Proceedings., 2004
    Co-Authors: L. Verdoscia, M. Danelutto, R. Esposito

    Abstract:

    We present CHIARA, the Programming Language used to program CODACS (a general purpose dataflow architecture exploiting FPGA technology), and describe the compiling strategies leading from CHIARA programs to the CODACS dataflow graphs. CHIARA is a functional Programming Language based on Backus’FP. We designed both the Language and the compiling tools in such a way that CHIARA programs can be efficiently compiled and run onto the overall architecture and CODACS platform-processors being, for the latter, also the low-level (Assembly) Programming Language. Some preliminary experimental results are discussed, demonstrating that the CHIARA approach to CODACS Programming is feasible and promising.

  • ICDCS Workshops – CODACS prototype: CHIARA Language and its compiler
    24th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops 2004. Proceedings., 2004
    Co-Authors: L. Verdoscia, M. Danelutto, R. Esposito

    Abstract:

    We present CHIARA, the Programming Language used to program CODACS (a general purpose dataflow architecture exploiting FPGA technology), and describe the compiling strategies leading from CHIARA programs to the CODACS dataflow graphs. CHIARA is a functional Programming Language based on Backus’FP. We designed both the Language and the compiling tools in such a way that CHIARA programs can be efficiently compiled and run onto the overall architecture and CODACS platform-processors being, for the latter, also the low-level (Assembly) Programming Language. Some preliminary experimental results are discussed, demonstrating that the CHIARA approach to CODACS Programming is feasible and promising.

M. Anish John Paul – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Design and performance analysis of automated two axis solar tracking system for steam generation
    2013 International Conference on Energy Efficient Technologies for Sustainability ICEETS 2013, 2013
    Co-Authors: M. Anish John Paul

    Abstract:

    The main aim of this project is to develop and implement a prototype of automated two axis solar tracking system and a cost effective system for water heating application. Parabolic dish is constructed around 0.6m2 area to capture the sun’s energy. The focus of the parabolic reflector is theoretically calculated down to an infinitesimally small point to get extremely high temperature. The Assembly Programming Language is used to interface the PIC microcontroller with two-axis solar tracking system. This auto-tracking system is controlled with two 12V, 18N- m DC gear box motors. The speed of the motor (40rpm) is reduced to 0.5rpm (3 degree) for efficient tracking. Tracking calculation is done by altitude and azimuth angular position of the sun, so that drawback in using light sensor based tracking method can be eliminated. Tracking errors due to weather and environmental factor can be eliminated by this system. The system starts to operate at morning 8am and by evening 5pm it reaches the initial position. The temperature attained is about 100 to 160°c. The designs of the gear and the parabolic reflector are carefully considered and precisely calculated. The two-axis solar tracking system is constructed with both hardware and software implementations. This system proves to be cost effective tracking system for heating and cooking applications. By making large reflector, it can be used for power generation.

Nang Kaythi Hlaing – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Microcontroller-Based Two-Axis Solar Tracking System
    2010 Second International Conference on Computer Research and Development, 2010
    Co-Authors: Lwin Lwin Oo, Nang Kaythi Hlaing

    Abstract:

    The main goal of this project is to develop and implement a prototype of two-axis solar tracking system based on a PIC microcontroller. The parabolic reflector or parabolic dish is constructed around two feed diameter to capture the sun’s energy. The focus of the parabolic reflector is theoretically calculated down to an infinitesimally small point to get extremely high temperature. This two axis auto-tracking system has also been constructed using PIC 16F84A microcontroller. The Assembly Programming Language is used to interface the PIC with two-axis solar tracking system. The temperature at the focus of the parabolic reflector is measured with temperature probes. This auto-tracking system is controlled with two 12V, 6W DC gear box motors. The five light sensors (LDR) are used to track the sun and to start the operation (Day/Night operation). Time Delays are used for stepping the motor and reaching the original position of the reflector. The two-axis solar tracking system is constructed with both hardware and software implementations. The designs of the gear and the parabolic reflector are carefully considered and precisely calculated.