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[1] Abhishek Sharma, Amit Manocha “Three Axis Aircraft Autopilot Control-An Experimental study” 2009 IEEE International Advance Computing Conference (IACC 2009) Patiala, India, 6-7 March 2009
This paper explains about the concept of artificial intelligence using genetic algorithms to optimize the autopilot control for an aircraft. 

[2] Abhishek Sharma, Amit Manocha ,Rajneesh D Pawar Abstract on “Designing of PID controllers using Genetic Algorithms” IndiaCom 2007, National Conference, Bharati Vidyapeeth Institute of Computer Management, New Delhi
This paper explains about PID controller optimization using genetic algorithms.


Theoretical Studies 

[1] Abhishek Sharma "Power Generation in Areas of High Precipitation"
Use piezoelectric crystals, which have a property to convert pressure into energy installation for generation of power areas of high precipitation. The downpour in areas of high precipitation is with a tremendous gush and force. This gush will provide the necessary pressure for piezoelectric crystals to work and generate power.

[2] Abhishek Sharma, "Using temp difference in colder regions to get useful power" 
There are times when snowstorms or severe bad weather in upper reaches likes that in the Himalayas knock out the power for days altogether and inhabitants of that area lead a very tough life. The situation being faced by these people can be assuaged by using a simple concept that a temperature difference between two regions always means that there is an energy loss, which is occurring and it can be put to useful work. At colder reaches or higher latitudes, it is extremely difficult for human inhabitants to sustain and if there is a snowstorm and the power is knocked out and this makes life more difficult altogether and there are times when there is no power for days. In higher reaches people burn coal/wood to keep warm when the outside temperature could be as low as -15 deg C or perhaps less than that. Under these circumstances living without power makes life miserable and to add to woes it may take days to restore the power provided the snow storm or the bad weather subsides. It is here that the concept of thermoelectricity can effectively be used to generate power.

 

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