Pijush Dutta

Work place: Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering,Global Institute of Management & Technology Krishnagar ,India, Nadia :741102

E-mail: pijushdutta009@gmail.com


Research Interests: Computational Learning Theory, Mathematics of Computing, Theory of Computation


Prof. Pijush Dutta is currently working as an Assistant Professor in Department of Electronics & communication Engineering, Global Institute of Management & Technology, India. He received his B Tech & M Tech from West Bengal University of Technology, India in 2007 & 2012 respectively. Presently he persuing his Ph D from Mewar University, India. Till now he published more than 30 research journal, Conference & Book chapter, 2 author book & 11 internal & national Patent. His research interests are Optimization, intelligent system , Internet of Things , Machine Learning etc.

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AI-Based Smart Prediction of Liquid Flow System Using Machine Learning Approach

By Pijush Dutta Gour Gopal Jana Shobhandeb Paul Souvik Pal Sumanta Dey Arindam Sadhu

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2024.01.05, Pub. Date: 8 Feb. 2024

Predicting the liquid flow rate in the process industry has proved to be a critical problem to solve. To develop a mathematical, in-depth of physics-based prognostics understanding is often required. However, in a complex process control system, sometimes proper knowledge of system behaviour is unavailable, in such cases, the complement model-based prognostics transform into a smart process control system with the help of Artificial Intelligence. In previous research a number of prognostic methods, based on classical intelligence techniques, such as artificial neural networks (ANNs), Fuzzy logic controller, Adaptive Fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) etc., utilized in a liquid flow process model to predict the effectiveness. Due to system complexity, Computational time &over fitting the performance of the AI has been limited. In this work we proposed three machine learning regression model: Random Forest (RF), decision Tree (DT) & linear Regression (LR) to predict the flow rate of a process control system. The effectiveness of the model is evaluated in terms of training time, RMSE, MAE & accuracy. Overall, this study suggested that the Decision Tree outperformed than other two models RF & LR by achieving the maximum accuracy, least RMSE & Computational time is 98.6%, 0.0859 & 0.115 Seconds respectively.

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Parametric Optimization of Drilling Parameters in Aluminum 6061T6 Plate to Minimize the Burr

By Pijush Dutta Madhurima Majumder

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2021.06.04, Pub. Date: 8 Dec. 2021

In the manufacturing, process a burr has been observed during the drilling through a hole in an aluminum bar. From the view of the life of a product, minimization of the burr should be significant. So in this research main aim is to identify how input parameters: drill diameter, point angle & spindle speed influenced output parameters burr height & thickness. To execute this operation a total of 27 examinations on an Aluminum 6061T6 plate is taken. Overall research performed into two stages. In first stage, Surface response methodology is used to design two objective functions for burr height & thickness with the help of input parameters and then these two objective functions combined to construct a single objective function. In next stage improved version of elephant swarm optimization (ESWSA) algorithm is applied to get the optimum input parameters. The predicted output variable after the optimization techniques (Test 2 & Test 3) further checked with experimental result to determine the accuracy of the proposed model. In a conclusion section it is seen that the average error of drill diameter, drill point angle & spindle speed are 1.72%, 3.84% & 3.89% respectively with average RMSE is 2.56 *10^-6. For further validation of effectiveness of proposed model is also compared with the state of art techniques in the field burr minimization.

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Parametric optimization of Liquid Flow Process by ANOVA Optimized DE, PSO & GA Algorithms

By Pijush Dutta Madhurima Majumder Asok Kumar

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2021.05.02, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2021

Control of liquid level & flow are the most interest domain in process control industry. Generally process parameter of the liquid flow system is varied frequently during the operation. So the selection of the level of process parameters i.e. input variables seems to be important for achieving the optimum flow rate. In the present work focus is given on the identification of the proper combination of the input parameters in liquid flow rate process. Flow sensor output, pipe diameter, liquid conductivity & viscosity have been taken as input parameter; flow rate obtained from test is taken as response parameter. Till now several researchers have been performed various optimization methods for optimized the parameters of the process plant. But still computational time & convergence speed of the applied optimization techniques for the modelling of the nonlinear process system is still an open challenge for the modern research. In this research we proposed three evolutionary algorithms are used to optimize the process parameters of the nonlinear model implemented by ANOVA to mitigate the unbalance, convergence speed and reduce the total computational time. Overall research performed into three stage, in first phase nonlinear equation ANOVA has been used for mathematical model for the process, In second stage three evolutionary algorithms: GA, PSO & DE are applied for parametric optimization of liquid flow process to maximize the response parameter & in last phase comparative study performed on simulated results based on confirmed test & validated our proposed methodology.

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An Improved Grey Wolf Optimization Algorithm for Liquid flow Control System

By Pijush Dutta Madhurima Majumder Asok Kumar

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijem.2021.04.02, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2021

Liquid flow in a process industry is one of the significant factors which should be controlled to get the better quality and decrease the expense of generation. Customary methodology includes manual tuning of the input process parameter to obtain the required flow rate is tedious and exorbitant. Notwithstanding, estimation of a precise computational model for fluid stream control procedure can fill in as elective methodology. It is only a non-straight enhancement issue. As a contextual investigation, the WFT - 20-I measure control arrangement for flow rate measurement and Control issue is thought of. In this work we proposes a hybrid improved particle swarm optimization (PSO-GWO) used to start the people's position, which can build the decent variety of the wolf pack, balance the global and neighborhood search capacity of the calculation and improve the intermingling pace of the calculation contrast with the Gray wolf enhancement (GWO) and Particle swarm advancement (PSO). Non linear models are improved utilizing those recently proposed streamlining strategies. Additionally all the utilized optimization techniques can anticipate the fluid stream rate with good exactness. The outcomes were investigated by utilizing the root mean square error (RMSE), exactness, and the different measures to evaluate the level of identification performance of the liquid flow contextual analysis model. The trustworthiness of the present models was compared with the past model for similar subsystems utilizing competitive intelligent methodologies. The measurable examination of the acquired outcomes produced the proposed HPSOGWO has most elevated generally speaking proficiency (i.e.99.96%) and it beat the others strategies for the majority of the instances of demonstrating for fluid stream control process. The outcomes of the present model show that the proposed approach gives prevalent demonstrating execution and outflanks its rivals.

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