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PREPARE A REPORT ON ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT.



Academic Year: 2021-22

Institute Code: 0563

Program: Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering

Semester: Sixth

Course: Emerging Trends in Electronics

Course Code: 22636



Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education, Mumbai
(Autonomous)(ISO-9001-2008) (ISO/IEC 27001:20013)




Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education, Mumbai


CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that,



Roll No



Student Name



Seat No



Enroll No

7

Prathamesh Anil Madav




1905630241

8

Joel Joseph Mascarenhas




1905630248

9

Bapu Birudev Metkari




1905630245

Of Sixth Semester of Diploma in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering of Institute Pravin Patil College of Diploma Engineering and Technology, Bhayandar (E)(Code: 0563) has completed the PREPARE A REPORT ON ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT satisfactorily in subject Emerging Trends in Electronics (22636) for the academic year 2021– 2022 as prescribed in the curriculum.


Place: Bhayandar (E)
Date: 04/05/2022



Subject Teacher

Head of the department

Principal

Mrs. Janhavi Raut.

Mrs. Rama Ranjankar

Mrs. R.B. Patil

PART A – Plan Annexure –I A


Micro Project Proposal

PREPARE A REPORT ON ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT.


Brief Introduction
Disaster Management can be defined as the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular, preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters. It means that all such measures should be taken so that hazard cannot take the form of disaster. Since we cannot prevent the coming of many natural hazards but can reduce their harmful effects through proper management, so that the loss of life and property can be minimized. As we know, the present danger is not from the natural disasters, but are the human disasters. Disasters are the consequences of natural or human hazards. Therefore, through disaster management, we can prevent hazards from being turned into a disaster. Disaster management broadly encompasses the management before, during and after a disaster. It simply means planning of various steps to reduce the aftermath of a disaster, planning effective response system, planning rehabilitation and also preparing disaster resilient communities in our very own layman language.
Emergency managers think of disasters as recurring events with four phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. The following diagram illustrates the relationship of the four phases of emergency management.
Aim of the Micro-Project

  1. To learn about ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT.

  2. To understand the explation of DISASTER MANAGEMENT.

  3. To learn about how to prepare a report.



Action Plan


Sr. No



Details of Activity

Planned Start Date

Planned Finish Date

Name of Responsible Team Members

1


Discussion and finalization of topic

14/02/2022



22/02/2022



Prathamesh,Joel,Bapu



2


Preparation and submission of Abstract

23/02/2022



28/02/2022



Prathamesh



3

Collection of Data

02/03/2022

07/03/2022

Prathamesh,Joel,Bapu

4


Formulation of Content

14/03/2022



16/03/2022



Joel


5

Editing of report

21/03/2022

28/03/2022

Prathamesh

6


Compilation of report and Presentation

30/03/2022



11/04/2022



Prathamesh,Joel,Bapu



7

Viva

13/04/2022

18/04/2022

Prathamesh,Joel,Bapu

8


Final submission of Micro Project

20/04/2022



26/04/2022



Prathamesh





Resources Required





Sr. No

Name of Resource/Material



Specifications



Qty



Remarks

1

MS Word

MS Office 2019

1

For report purpose

2

Internet Connection

5mbps

1

Available

3

Personal Computer

Hp-dos, RAM- 4GB

1

Available

PART B – Plan Annexure –II A


Micro Project Report

PREPARE A REPORT ON ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS IN DISASTER MANAGEMENT.

Brief Introduction


Disaster Management can be defined as the organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies, in particular, preparedness, response and recovery in order to lessen the impact of disasters. It means that all such measures should be taken so that hazard cannot take the form of disaster. Since we cannot prevent the coming of many natural hazards but can reduce their harmful effects through proper management, so that the loss of life and property can be minimized. As we know, the present danger is not from the natural disasters, but are the human disasters. Disasters are the consequences of natural or human hazards. Therefore, through disaster management, we can prevent hazards from being turned into a disaster. Disaster management broadly encompasses the management before, during and after a disaster. It simply means planning of various steps to reduce the aftermath of a disaster, planning effective response system, planning rehabilitation and also preparing disaster resilient communities in our very own layman language.

Emergency managers think of disasters as recurring events with four phases: Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. The following diagram illustrates the relationship of the four phases of emergency management.


Electronic devices have been very useful in disaster management. Electronic devices aid in all aspects of disaster management. Advances in this device can further improve their usefulness of these devise. In this report we will look at different electronic devices and see how they are or can be used to manage disasters.


Smoke detector


Smoke detector


A smoke detector is a device that senses smoke, typically as an indicator of fire. Commercial smoke detectors issue a signal to a fire alarm control panel as part of a fire alarm system. Household smoke detectors, also known as smoke alarms, generally issue an audible or visual alarm from the detector itself or several detectors if there are multiple devices interlinked.


Smoke detectors are usually housed in plastic enclosures, typically shaped like a disk about 150 millimetres (6 in) in diameter and 25 millimetres (1 in) thick, but shape and size vary. Smoke can be detected either optically (photoelectric) or by physical process (ionization). Detectors may use one or both sensing methods. Sensitive alarms can be used to detect and deter smoking in banned areas. Smoke detectors in large commercial and industrial buildings are usually connected to a central fire alarm system. Domestic smoke detectors range from individual battery-powered units to several interlinked units with battery backup. With interlinked units, if any of them detects smoke, all of the alarms will trigger.


The risk of dying in a residential fire is cut in half in houses with working smoke detectors.

Heat detector


Heat detector


A heat detector is a fire designed to respond when the convicted thermal energy of a fire increases the temperature of a heat sensitive element. The thermal mass and conductivity of the element regulate the rate flow of heat into the element. All heat detectors have this thermal lag. Heat detectors have two main classifications of operation, "rate-of-rise" and "fixed temperature". The heat detector is used to help in the reduction of property damage.





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