Analysis on the Cogging Torque of Permanent Magnet Machine for Wind Power Applications

Tajuddin Nur, Linda Wijayanti, Anthon de Fretes, Karel Octavianus Bachri


This paper discusses the new feature implemented in most social media messaging applications: the unsent feature, where the sender can delete the message he sent both in the sender and the recipient devices. This new feature poses a new challenge in mobile forensic, as it could potentially delete sent messages that can be used as evidence without the means to retrieve it. This paper aims to analyze how well Autopsy open-source mobile forensics tools in extracting and identifying the deleted messages, both that are sent or received. The device used in this paper is a Redmi Xiaomi Note 4, which has its userdata block extracted using linux command, and the application we’re using is WhatsApp. Autopsy will analyze the extracted image and see what information can be extracted from the unsent messages. From the result of our experiment, Autopsy is capable of obtaining substantial information, but due to how each vendor and mobile OS store files and databases differently, only WhatsApp data can be extracted from the device. And based on the WhatsApp data analysis, Autopsy is not capable of retrieving the deleted messages. However it can detect the traces of deleted data that is sent from the device. And using sqlite3 database browser, the author can find remnants of received deleted messages from the extracted files by Autopsy.


Cogging torque; Permanent magnet machine; Renewable energy; Finite Element Analysis

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