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IJERD : Volume 13 - Issue 1

Version - 1 (January 2017)


Made Sudarma, Ins Kumara, Iapf Imawati

Geographic Information System Design And Analysis of Sea Water wave Forecast for Early Detection of Seashore Erosion
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Scientific process occurred in seashore is the erosion in a seashore area and then to be transported so other area from the mentioned seashore area will form sediment. Sea wave is one of seashore processes that give great contribution to sediment transport rate. Sea wave can be measured directly or to be generated by using wind data. Due to limitation of resources the direct measurement to sea wave in long term is very rarely conducted so it is often to be conducted by using forecast method. In this research it is conducted sea wave forecast at Lebih Beach in order to continuously monitor the seashore processes that occur in Lebih Beach. By using wind data from BMKG of area III Denpasar it is conducted analysis of wind frequency distribution to get dominant wind direction and speed that has effect in Lebih Beach...............
Sea wave forecast, beach erosion, wave forecast
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[2]. N. P. Purnaditya, I. G. B. S. Dharma dan I. G. N. Dirgayusa, "Prediksi Perubahan Garis Pantai Nusa Dua
dengan One-Line Model ," Jurnal Ilmiah Elektronik Infrastruktur Teknik Sipil, vol. 1, pp. XI-1-XI-8, Dec. 2012.
[3]. A. Triwahyuni, Numerical Simulation On Shoreline Change In Western Region of Badung Regency, Bali,
Indonesia, Master Thesis, Graduate School of Environtmental Science Post Graduate Program, Udayana University, 2013.
[4]. CERC, Shore Protection Manual, Washington DC: US Army Coastal Engineering Research Center, vol. 1, 1984.
[5]. S. S. Efendi, Evolusi Perubahan Garis Pantai Setelah Pemasangan Bangunan Pantai, Master Thesis, Graduate School of Civil Engineering Post Graduate Program, Udayana University, 2014.
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Made Sudarma, Ins Kumara, Iapf Imawati "Geographic Information System Design And Analysis of Sea Water wave Forecast for Early Detection of Seashore Erosion" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0001. Indonesia
Page 01-07
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Yooseok Jung, Jusam Oh

Application of Cumulative Axle Model To Impute Missing Traffic Data in Defective AVC Stations

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An automatic vehicle classification (AVC) station is typically composed of three sensors per lane. Instances of data missing from the traffic datasets collected at such stations can occur as a result of issues such as one of the sensors malfunctioning. Although various data imputation methods, such as autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA), exponential smoothing, and interpolation, have been proposed to deal with this problem, they are either too complicated or have significant errors. This paper proposes a model, called the "cumulative axle model," that minimizes such errors in traffic volume data resulting from a malfunctioning sensor at AVC stations. Evaluations conducted in which missing traffic volume data imputation was simulated using the proposed cumulative axle model indicate that our method has a mean absolute percentage error (MAPE) of 2.92%. This is significantly more accurate than that of conventional imputation methods, which achieve a MAPE of only 10% on average
Defective AVC, missing traffic data, imputation, cumulative axle model, MAPE
[1]. H. Chang, D. Park, Y. Lee, and B. Yoon, "Multiple time period imputation technique for multiple missing traffic variables: nonparametric regression approach," Can. J. Civ. Eng., vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 448–459, 2012.
[2]. M. Zhong, P. Lingras, and S. Sharma, "Estimation of missing traffic counts using factor, genetic, neural, and regression techniques," Transp. Res. Part C Emerg. Technol., vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 139–166, Apr. 2004.
[3]. Jang Jin Hwan and Baik, Nam Chul, "Study on Imputation Technique for Missing Traffic Volume Data" 2005 Korean Society of Civil Engineers Conference, pp. 4060–4066, Oct. 2005.
[4]. FHWA, "Traffic Monitoring Guide." US Department of Transportation, 2013.
[5]. J. Tang, G. Zhang, Y. Wang, H. Wang, and F. Liu, "A hybrid approach to integrate fuzzy C-means based imputation method with genetic algorithm for missing traffic volume data estimation," Transp. Res. Part C Emerg. Technol., vol. 51, pp. 29–40, Feb. 2015.
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Yooseok Jung, Jusam Oh "Application of Cumulative Axle Model To Impute Missing Traffic Data in Defective AVC Stations" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0002. Korea
Page 08-16
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Ya-Ping Yuan, Jiong Sun, Hong-Kun Zhang

Garch Models in Value-At-Risk Estimation for REIT

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In this study we investigate volatility forecasting of REIT, from January 03, 2007 to November 18, 2016, using four GARCH models (GARCH, EGARCH, GARCH-GJR and APARCH). We examine the performance of these GARCH-type models respectively and backtesting procedures are also conducted to analyze the model adequacy. The empirical results display that when we take estimation of volatility in REIT into account, the EGARCH model, the GARCH-GJR model, and the APARCH model are adequate. Among all these models, GARCH-GJR model especially outperforms others.
Value-at-Risks, GARCH-type models, normal distribution, Student-tdistribution forecast volatilities, backtesting

[1]. T. Bollerslev, "Generalized autoregressive conditional heteroskedasticity," Journal of Econometrics, vol.
31, pp. 307-327, 1986.
[2]. K. R. French, G. W. Schwert, and R. F. Stambaugh, "Expected stock returns and volatility," Journal of Financial Economics, vol. 19, pp. 3-29, 1987.
[3]. A.R. Pagan, and G.W. Schwert, "Alternative models for conditonal stock volatility," Journal of Econometrics, vol. 45, pp. 267-290, 1990.
[4]. P.H. Franses, and D. Van Dijk, "Forecasting stock market volatility using (non-linear) Garch models," Journal of Forecasting, vol. 15, pp. 229-235, 1996. .
[5]. R.F. Engle, D.M. Lilien, and R.P. Robins, "Estimating Time varying risk premia in the term structure: The ARCH-M Model," Econometrica, vol. 55, pp. 391-407, 1987.

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Ya-Ping Yuan, Jiong Sun, Hong-Kun Zhang "Garch Models in Value-At-Risk Estimation for REIT" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0003. China
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João Valter Gomes Neto, Luiz Valcyr Diogenes Pereira Neto, Gabriel Campelo Ferreira, Paula Matias Soares, Anderson Barbosa Araújo, Welton Daniel Nogueira Godinho

Physical Activity Level Analyses and Chronic-Degenerative Disease Risks In Docents At Public Schools In The City of Horizonte, Ceara

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It is of common belief that physical activity can restore damages caused to people's health due to the stressful everyday work routine. The energy expenditure on physical activities is directly related to the frequency, duration and intensity of human movements developed on many tasks. Thus, the main objective of this paper was to evaluate this energy consumption in public school teachers from the city of Horizonte, Ceara, discussing about degenerative chronic disease risks. 30 teachers, 9 men and 21 women within the age of 25 to 59 years old, were evaluated. Their Body Mass Index (BMI) was calculated in order to classify them as normal, overweight and obese. As an instrument, the long version of the International Physical Activity Questionnarie................
Physical activity, Teachers, Chronic Diseases, BMI, IPAQ.

[1]. Brasil. Ministério da Saúde. Secretaria de Vigilância em Saúde. Secretaria de Gestão Estratégica e Participativa. VIGITEL: vigilância de fatores de risco e proteção para doenças crônicas por inquérito telefônico / Ministério da Saúde, Secretaria de Vigilância em Saúde, Secretaria de Gestão Estratégica e Participativa. Brasília: Ministério da Saúde, P. 152, 2011.
[2]. B.E. Ainsworth, W.L. Haskell, M.C. Whitt, M.L. Irwin, A.M. Swartz, S.J. Strath, W.L. O'Brien, D.R. Bassett JR, K.H. Schimitz, P. Emplaincourt, D.R. Jacobs JR. A.S. Leon "Compendium of Physical Activities: an update of activity codes and MET intensities" Official Journal of the American College of Sports Medicine S502 p498-516
[3]. C.A.F. Lemos, J.V. Nascimento, A.F. Borgatto."Parâmetros individuais e sócio-ambientais da qualidade de vida percebida na carreira docente em educação física." Revista Brasileira de Educação Física e Esporte, São Paulo, v. 21, n. 2, p. 81-93, abr./jun. 2007, n2p81_93.pdf .

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João Valter Gomes Neto, Luiz Valcyr Diogenes Pereira Neto, Gabriel Campelo Ferreira, Paula Matias Soares, Anderson Barbosa Araújo, Welton Daniel Nogueira Godinho "Physical Activity Level Analyses and Chronic-Degenerative Disease Risks In Docents At Public Schools In The City of Horizonte, Ceara" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0004. Brazil
Page 27-31
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Burubai,W., Okpala, A.N.

Effect of Moisture on the Thermal Capacity of some Agricultural Wastes

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The effect of moisture content on the high heating value (calorific value) of groundnut shells, corn cobs, coconut shells and palm kernel shells were investigated using a bomb calorimeter. Results show that, generally, high heating values of all test samples decreased with increase in moisture level. Heating values of 18.795MJ/Kg at 9.34% moisture, 21.775MJ/Kg at 8.93% moisture, 39.972MJ/Kg at 8.26% moisture and 42.826MJ/Kg at 7.58% moisture were recorded for groundnut shells, corn cobs, coconut shells and palm kernel shells respectively. These heating values decreased to 9.65MJ/Kg, 12.25MJ/Kg, 15.421MJ/Kg and 16.553MJ/Kg at 24.0% moisture level for groundnut shells, corn cobs, coconut shells and palm kernel shells respectively. However, at all moisture levels, palm kernel shells had the highest heating values and were followed by coconut shells. Thus, with appropriate technology, these agricultural wastes could be converted to useful energy and also ensure a cleaner environment.
Calorific value, wastes, moisture, energy generation, environment.

[1]. Agamuthu, M (2009) Challenges and opportunities in agro-waste management: An Asian perspective. An
Inaugural Report of First Regional 3Rs Forum in Asia. 11-12 Nov, 2009, Tokyo, Japan.
[2]. ASTM E870-82 (2006) Standard Test Methods for Analysis of wood fuels. Available http:
//www.astm.org/ standards/E870.htm.
[3]. European Standard (EN) EN 14918: (2009) Solid biofuels- Determination of calorific value.
[4]. Gravalos, I., Panagiotis, X. and Kataris, D (2016) A experimental determination of gross calorific value of different agro-forestry species and bio-based industrial residues. Natural Resources, 7(1): 57-68.
[5]. Hsu, W. and Luh, B (1980) Rice hulls:In Rice Production and Utilization. AVI, Westport, CT, pp 736- 763.

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Burubai,W., Okpala, A.N. "Effect of Moisture on the Thermal Capacity of some Agricultural Wastes" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0005. Nigeria
Page 32-36
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Sedat Nazlibilek , Esmail S. Eb. Mohammed

Air Gap Effect on the AFPM Generator (Inner Rotor) Performance

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The axial flux permanent generator double stator- single rotor ((inner rotor) is presented in this paper. The aim study is find the relation between air gap size and output performance of the generator. By changing, the air gap size and observe the output generator are discussed. Torque types of the coreless AFPM generator (initial torque and electromagnetic torque) are calculated. The stators (S1 &S2) can be connected either in parallel to get more voltage or in series to get more current. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) is used to calculate flux density of the permanent magnet at deferent air gap size by using (ANSOFT Maxwell) software. Also the output voltage sine wave of the generator and the phase angle between each pairs of the phases are verified. Moreover the output voltage can be controlled by control in air gap size, when the shaft speed was fixed is discussed.
AFPM generators, air gap, torque, finite-element analysis, magnetic field measurement, attractive force.

[1]. M. Aydin, S. Huang, and T. A. Lipo, "A new axial flux surface mounted permanent magnet machine capable of field control," in Industry Applications Conference, 2002. 37th IAS Annual Meeting. Conference Record of the, 2002, pp. 1250-1257.
[2]. M. M. ASHRAF and T. N. MALIK, "Design of Three-Phase Multi-Stage Axial Flux Permanent Magnet Generator for 1 Wind Turbine Applications 2."
[3]. M. Siami, S. A. Gholamian, and M. Yousefi, "A comparative study between direct torque control and predictive torque control for axial flux permanent magnet synchronous machines," Journal of Electrical Engineering, vol. 64, pp. 346-353, 2013.
[4]. T. Chan and L. Lai, "An axial-flux permanent-magnet synchronous generator for a direct-coupled windturbine
system," Energy Conversion, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 22, pp. 86-94, 2007.
[5]. R. Mittal, K. S. Sandhu, and D. Jain, "Battery energy storage system for variable speed driven PMSG for wind energy conversion system," in Power electronics, Drives and energy systems (PEDES) & 2010 Power India, 2010 Joint international conference on, 2010, pp. 1-5.

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Sedat Nazlibilek , Esmail S. Eb. Mohammed "Air Gap Effect on the AFPM Generator (Inner Rotor) Performance" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0006. Turkey
Page 37-43
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Ashok K Sinha

An Econometric Modeling of Development Process using Artificial Neural Network: A case study of India

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In developing nations GDP is not considered an adequate proxy of development. The per capita income, the quality of life , level of education are considered more relevant parameters of overall development. Economists, planners and researchers have been deliberating on this issue until in 1990 UNDP published Human Development Index [HDI] for all nations in its HDR report [6]. Although there have been several studies in this regard, however a machine learning based econometric model is not yet available which can establish the inter-relationship amongst these two variables in a quantified manner. This paper is an attempt in this direction to develop a model using machine learning approach .The model is implemented using Neural Network toolbox on MATLAB platform[10] with statistical data available from Planning Commission ,India and HDR report of UNDP. The model implementation result is found to be satisfactory. The methodology shown in this paper will be useful in preparing economic planning of India and other developing countries.
GDP ,EI, HI,HDI,HDR, ANN

[1]. Virmani Arvind, "India‟s Economic Growth History: Fluctuations,treuds,break points, and phases" Policy paper Indian council for reaseach on International Economic Relations ,January ,2005.
[2]. Gordon Robert J." A new method of estimating potential GDP growth : Multiplication for the Labor Market and the debt/ gdp ratio working paper 20423, national bureau of economic research 1050 Massachusetts, avenue,Cambridge ma august 2014.
[3]. Basu Kaushik and Maerteus Annemie "The pattern and cause of economic growth in india", working paper 149, bureau of research and economic analysis of development ,April 5, 2007.
[4]. Sen Amartye "The ends and means pf development "Chapter 2 from "Development as freedom", Oxford University press.[1999]
[5]. Haq Mahbub ul "The advent of the Human Development report" ,Reflections on Human Development,Oxford Unversity Press [1995].

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Ashok K Sinha "An Econometric Modeling of Development Process using Artificial Neural Network: A case study of India" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0007. India
Page 44-48
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Nizar Ramadan, Kazim Tur, Erkan konca

Process Design Optimization for Welding of the Head Hardened R350 Ht Rails and Their Fatigue: A Literature Review

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This survey presents a literature review on the welding of head hardened rails with a special focus on final structure of rail due to the contact conditions between the cooling process and the pearlitic structure. The experimental studies have been conduct under rails to observed austenitic transformation time and temperature, squeeze and hold time. In this investigation have been focus to the characteristic of fatigue and the hardness of railhead. According to that the idea of research are design and optimization-cooling system after welding head hardened rail to control the cooling process using both the experimental and simulation. Optimal operation tests parameters was obtain via European standard, which were EN14587-1 and EN14730-1.
Head Hardened Rail, Welding, Pearlite, Cooling Process, Fatigue, Rail Tests.

[1]. Bogart, D., The Transport Revolution In Industrializing Britain: A Survey. University Of California, Irvine, Nd, 2012.
[2]. Vuchic, V.R., Urban Transit Systems And Technology. 2007: John Wiley & Sons.
[3]. Zerbst, U., Et Al., Introduction To The Damage Tolerance Behaviour Of Railway Rails – A Review. Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2009. 76(17): P. 2563-2601.
[4]. Vitez, I., Et Al., Damage To Railway Rails Caused By Exploitation. Metalurgija, 2007. 46(2): P. 123- 128.
[5]. Handbook, W., American Welding Society. New York, 1978.

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Nizar Ramadan, Kazim Tur, Erkan konca "Process Design Optimization for Welding of the Head Hardened R350 Ht Rails and Their Fatigue: A Literature Review" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0008. Turkey
Page 49-55
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Agus Ghautsun Niam, Herry Suhardiyanto, Kudang Boro Seminar, Akhiruddin Maddu

CFD Simulation of Cooling Pipes Distance in The Growing Medium for Hydroponic Substrate in Tropical Lowland

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The precision agriculture paradigm has led to the effort to control environmental parameters based on suitability requirements, responsiveness and performance of the plant, where high temperature is a critical constraint for productivity and adaptability of plants in the tropical lowlands. This paper discusses the development a root zone cooling system using a CFD(computational fluid dynamics) simulation approach to optimize the distance of cooling pipes that can produce the optimal temperature distribution and uniformity in the planting medium for hydroponic substrate. The experimental results showed that the optimal horizontal distance of cooling pipes is 12 cm, where optimal temperature distribution and uniformity was obtained................
CFD-based simulation, cooling pipes distance, root zone cooling system, temperature distribution and uniformity.

[1]. J. He, S. K. Lee, and I. C. Dodd, "Limitations to photosynthesis of lettuce grown under tropical conditions : alleviation by root-zone cooling," J. Exp. Bot., vol. 52, no. 359, pp. 1323–1330, 2001.
[2]. G. Cortella, O. Saro, A. De Angelis, L. Ceccotti, N. Tomasi, L. Dalla Costa, L. Manzocco, R. Pinton, T. Mimmo, and S. Cesco, "Temperature control of nutrient solution in floating system cultivation," Appl. Therm. Eng., vol. 73, no. 1, pp. 1055–1065, 2014.
[3]. E. Sumarni, H. Suhardiyanto, K. B. Seminar, and S. K. Saptomo, "Temperature distribution in aeroponics system with root zone cooling for the production of potato seed in tropical lowland," Int. J. Sci. Eng. Res., vol. 4, no. 6, pp. 799–804, 2013.
[4]. P. Malcolm, P. Holford, B. Mcglasson, and I. Barchia, "Leaf development , net assimilation and leaf nitrogen concentrations of five Prunus rootstocks in response to root temperature," vol. 115, pp. 285– 291, 2008.

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Agus Ghautsun Niam, Herry Suhardiyanto, Kudang Boro Seminar, Akhiruddin Maddu "CFD Simulation of Cooling Pipes Distance in The Growing Medium for Hydroponic Substrate in Tropical Lowland" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0009. Indonesia
Page 56-63
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P.Radhika, Dr.P.Suresh Varma, T.L.Priyadarsini

Enriching E-Learning with web Services for the Creation of Virtual Learning Platform

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The study aims at creation of virtual learning environment(VLE) using the context of web services .Now-a-days eLearning is gaining a wide spread acceptance since its inception. Much of the effort is placed on developing rich educational content & create global platform in which Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) are used to transform education. Therefore education system need to be redesigned in a better way for which amalgamation of web services with eLearning is considered to solve the complex problems. The author tries to describe the web services architecture with the incorporation of eLearning that has defined a new way of learning. With the emergence of computer technology and urbane softwares, there is every possibility of enriching learning experience of students. Gamification, StoryBoard, Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Localization are considered as supporting services for boosting up knowledge management process. Group Discussions, Twitter chats, Skype calls are performed in social learning. Web 2.0 services such as as blogs promote content creation, wikis make user enable of creating editable contents.
Virtual Learning Environment, Web 2.0, knowledge management, ICT, eLearning.

[1]. Zongmin Ma, ―Web –based Intelligent E-Learning :Technologies and Applications‖,Information Science Publishing,2006
[2]. William Horton, Catherine Horton , ―E-Learning Tools and Technologies‖, Wiley Publishing Inc., 2003.
[3]. Michael Graham Moore , ―Handbook of Distance Education ―,Lawrence Erlbaum Associates , 2003.
[4]. Charles D.Dzibuan, Joel L.Hartman, Patsy D.Moskal, ―Blended Learning‖, Vol 2004, Issue 7, Educase Connect ,2004.

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P.Radhika, Dr.P.Suresh Varma, T.L.Priyadarsini "Enriching E-Learning with web Services for the Creation of Virtual Learning Platform" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0010. India
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Lathamaheswari, R., Kalaiyarasan, V, Mohankumar, G

Study on Bagasse Ash As Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete

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Today, the increasing demand and scarcity of construction materials like cement make the researchers all over the world to focus on finding ways of utilizing either industrial or agricultural wastes as a source of raw materials and ecofriendly substitutes or alternatives. These wastes utilization would, not only be economical, but may also help to create a sustainable and pollution free environment as the disposing of such wastes is tedious but, promoting towards waste management. Sugar-cane bagasse is one such fibrous waste product of the sugar mills and sugar refining industry. The bagasse ash with alumina and silica, creates disposaland environmental problems around the factories................
Bagasse ash, cement replacement, mix design, workability, strength, durability.

[1]. Abdolkarim Abbasi and Amin Zargar (2013). Using bagasse ash in concrete as pozzolan, Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 13(6):716-719, ISSN 1990-9233
[2]. Abdulkadir, T.S., Oyejobi, D.O and Lawal, A.A (2014). Evaluation of sugarcane bagasse ash as a replacement for cement in concrete works, ACTA TEHNICA CORVINIENSIS – Bulletin of Engineering, VII (3): 71-76. ISSN: 2067 – 3809.
[3]. Almir Sales and Sofia Araújo Lima (2010). Use of Brazilian sugarcane bagasse ash in concrete as sand replacement, Waste management, 30(6):1114-1122.
[4]. Amin, N (2011). Use of bagasse ash in concrete and its impact on the strength and chloride resistivity, Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0000227, 717- 720.

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Lathamaheswari, R., Kalaiyarasan, V, Mohankumar, G "Study on Bagasse Ash As Partial Replacement of Cement in Concrete" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0001. India
Page 01-06
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Azdeen Najah

Behaviour of Anchored Pile Wall Under Dynamic Load& Earthquake

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The purpose of this study is to observe the behaviour of concrete pile wall that to be constructed in the Gazino Station of Ulus–Keçiören under the determined soil properties and site conditions, the studied area consisting existing four-storey building, excavation of two layers and supporting the pile wall with anchors, the water pressure is involved in this study and the ground water level is changeable to three levels, dynamic load to be applied and concentrated on the top of pile wall which will be subjected to earthquake on basement recorded by USGS in 1989.
Plaxis, Pile wall, Material behaviour, water pressure, Dynamic load, earthquake.

[1]. M. Erdinc Bilir, Y. Dursun Sari and Yadigar V. Muftuoglu, Clay content and dimensional effects on triaxial swelling 1 characteristics of artificial clay bearing rock, Department of Civil Engineering, Atilim University, Incek-Golbasi, Ankara, 06836, Turkey, 2010.
[2]. Chen, 1975 F.H. Chen, Foundations on Expansive Soils. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, New York (1975).
[3]. Al-Mhaidib, 1999 A.I. Al-Mhaidib, Swelling behavior of expansive shales from the middle region of Saudi Arabia. Geotechnical and Geological Engineering 16 (1999), pp. 291-307.
[4]. El-Sayed and Rabba, 1986 S.T. El-Sayed, E.A. Rabba, Factors affecting behaviour of expansive soils in the laboratory and field – A review. Geotechnical Engineering, (1986), pp. 89-107.

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Azdeen Najah "Behaviour of Anchored Pile Wall Under Dynamic Load& Earthquake" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0002. Turkey
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Birol Kayişoğlu, Türkan Aktaş, M. Recai Durgut

Biodiesel Production from waste Oil with Micro-Scale Biodiesel System Under Laboratory Condition

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The aim of this project is to produce biodiesel from waste oil. The use of vegetable oils as diesel fuel started with the invention of diesel engines in the 1900s and is also common in many countries today. The fact that the oils used in biodiesel production are also an important input of the food industry is a limiting factor in production. For this reason, it is aimed to produce biodiesel from waste oil which can not be assessed in food production in this study. The most important contribution of the study to biodiesel researches is the establishment of a small-capacity biodiesel unit in laboratory conditions. The waste oils from the food production facilities of Namık Kemal University (NKU) have been collected and biodiesel has been produced using two different experimental methods.................
Biodiesel, Biomass, Transesterification, Biofuels, Waste Oil

[1]. S. A. Karmakar, S. Karmakar, and S. Mukherjee, "Properties of various plants and animals feedstocks for biodiesel production,",Bioresource Technology, vol. 101, pp. 7201-7210, 2010.
[2]. A. Demirbaş, "Biodiesel from waste cooking oil via base-catalytic and supercritical methanol transesterification,", Energy Convers Manage, vol. 50, pp. 923-927, 2009.
[3]. İ. Sugözü, C. Öner, Ş. Altun, "The performance and emissions characteristics of a diesel engine fueled with biodiesel and diesel fuel," Eng.Research & Development, vol. 2, no.1, pp. 50-53, January 2010.
[4]. E. M. Hoque, A. Singh, L. Y. Chuan, "Biodiesel from low cost feedstock: the effects of process parameters on the biodiesel yield," Biomass&Bioenergy, vol. 35, pp. 1582-1587, 2011.
[5]. J. Xue, E. T. Grifta, C. A. Hansena, "Effect of biodiesel on engine performances and emissions," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 15, pp. 1098–1116, 2011.

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Birol Kayişoğlu, Türkan Aktaş, M. Recai Durgut "Biodiesel Production from waste Oil with Micro-Scale Biodiesel System Under Laboratory Condition" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0003. Turkey
Page 11-18
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Zhang Jianmin, Zhou Jun

Research on Configuration Method of Product Module And Service Module Based on TRIZ

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In order to solve the problem of product and service configuration in product service system, this paper proposes a method of product service configuration based on TRIZ(Theory of Inventive Problem Solving). The first product service system problem analysis and construction analysis of root causes, using 40 inventive problems in TRIZ theory to solve the problem and find out the theory, configuration of products and services, to solve problems with the help of 39 engineering parameters, so that the configuration principle of product module and service module.
TRIZ; product service system; root cause analysis diagram; product service configuration principle

[1]. Hou Shijiang, Yuan Xumei, Chen Guoqiang. Research on conceptual innovation of product service system based on TRIZ theory [J]. mechanical design,2016,33(3):109-114.
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Zhang Jianmin, Zhou Jun "Research on Configuration Method of Product Module And Service Module Based on TRIZ" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
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M. Meknassi, M. Barakat, A. Tijani, M. El Ghorba

Behaviour Analysis of Corroded Wires Based on Statistical Models

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Steel wires are the primary components of a lifting wire rope. The behaviour of a wire governs the behaviour of the whole of the cable. The physico-chemical processes like rates of degradation due to the environment (corrosion, etc.) are different for each layer, external layers being more exposed. The analysis of steel wires behaviour is traditionally based on statistical models describing the variability of its properties. For this purpose a statistical study was carried out on two populations of healthy and corroded wires by applying the Student distribution to select the most reliable results and the Weibull distribution to define the survival probability and the failure probability..................
Steel wires; wire rope; corrosion; statistical study.

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M. Meknassi, M. Barakat, A. Tijani, M. El Ghorba "Behaviour Analysis of Corroded Wires Based on Statistical Models" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0005. Morocco
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Aparna.A.R, Dr.Brahmajirao.V, Dr.Kartikeyan.T.V

Magnetic,Optical And Thermal Studies of Ppy/Bafetio Nanocomposite

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This paper presents investigations on magnetic,optical and thermal properties of Ti doped barium ferrite substituted PPY nanocomposite prepared by impregnation technique.
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[2]. Aparna.A.R.,Brahmajirao.V and Kartikeyan.T.V, Preparation and characterization of PPY / BaFe(12−x)TixO19 nanocomposite , ICMPC 2017( accepted for publication).
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Aparna.A.R, Dr.Brahmajirao.V, Dr.Kartikeyan.T.V "Magnetic,Optical And Thermal Studies of Ppy/Bafetio Nanocomposite" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0006. India
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Tatianne Farias, Yasmin Farias

Evaluation of Nutritional Composition in Greek Yogurt Packaging Marketed in Brazil

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The study aimed to analyze the composition and different proportions of nutrients in Greek type yogurt sold in the metropolitan region of Recife. This type of fermented milk had recent insertion and rapid market acceptance and taste of Brazilians. As production so young, it does not have specific legislation, what motivate investigation and questioning of the quality of these products from the nutritional point of view. It was found that the products surveyed in major supermarkets in the Recife metropolitan region meet the yoghurt labeling rules laid down in the Resolution ANVISA RDC nº360/2003, and the Identity and Quality Standards (PIQ) to fermented milks, established by MAPA in Resolution nº5/2000.
Greek yogurt, packaging, nutritional composition, protein.

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Tatianne Farias, Yasmin Farias"Evaluation of Nutritional Composition in Greek Yogurt Packaging Marketed in Brazil" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0007. Brazil
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Dr. Habib Hadj Mabrouk

Case-Based Reasoning for the Evaluation of Safety Critical Software. Application to The Safety of Railway Transport

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The purpose of the work described in this paper is to improve the assessment of the safety analyses for railway transport systems in France. The modes of reasoning which are used in the context of safety analysis and the very nature of knowledge about safety mean that a conventional computing solution is unsuitable and the utilization of artificial intelligence techniques would seem to be more appropriate. The approach which was adopted in order to design and implement an assistance tool for safety analysis involved the following two main activities...............
Software Error Effect Analysis (SEEA), Case-based reasoning, Machine learning, Railway safety, Assessment.

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Dr. Habib Hadj Mabrouk "Case-Based Reasoning for the Evaluation of Safety Critical Software. Application to The Safety of Railway Transport" published at International Journal of Engineering Research and Development, Volume 13, Issue 1 (January 2017)
MID 1301.067X.0008. France
Page 37-43
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