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Recent Study on Sustainable Program Management: Hierarchical Causal Systems

The enhancement of programme management procedures is the aim of this study work. The method can help to cut down on nuances, repetition, and redundancies. In this regard, seven elements have been discussed in order to help the achievement of long-term management of a development programme. Therefore, the conceptual framework of the “CARROT-BUS” model was…
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July 4, 2022 0

The Importance of Training and Employees’ Involvement in Promoting a Safety Culture in Malaysian Port Industries

In order to increase the likelihood of guaranteeing a safe workplace, improving safety culture is a crucial component of decreasing risk and accidents. One of the most hazardous businesses in the world today is the port sector. The port business continues to be interested in occupational safety due to the rise in workplace accidents. Therefore,…
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July 4, 2022 0

Alternative Method of Seismic Hazard Assessment of Moderate to Aseismic Region with Interest to Nuclear Power Plant Siting

The use of the software packages ARC MAP and Crisis to conduct preliminary evaluations of potential nuclear power plant (NPP) sites in Nigeria that are free from seismic shock and associated earthquake hazard reveals that there may be some similarities between the outcomes produced by the two programmes. As a consequence, it is recommended that…
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July 2, 2022 0

Grain Size and its Influence on Transport Properties of Soils in the Dream Cave, Bantimurung–Bulusaraung National Park, Maros Regency, South Sulawesi

This study examines how soil transport parameters, such as hydraulic conductivity and water permeability, are affected by grain size in the Dream Cave, Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park, Maros Regency, South Sulawesi. The soil samples were collected from the Dream Cave along 6 different paths, each of which was 100 metres long and began at the cave’s…
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July 2, 2022 0

Analysis of the Fuel Economy and Carbon Dioxide Emissions of a Heavy-Duty Vehicle in Part of a Driving Cycle

A heavy-duty vehicle’s fuel efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions are investigated in relation to the weight it is carrying, the slope of the road it travels on, and its speed. In the course of a driving cycle, a heavy-duty vehicle provides these final two variables. The heavy-duty vehicle weighs 14.742 tonnes empty, has a 10-gear…
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July 2, 2022 0

Weathering Characteristics of Flysch Rock Mass in Istria Peninsula, Croatia

Weak rocks slaking and weathering lead to slope instability. Flysch rock masses’ siltstones are extremely vulnerable to weathering, which can quickly modify their geotechnical properties and durability. In this study, the effects of weathering on siltstone samples from flysch rock masses from the Istria Peninsula, Croatia, were investigated. Different weathering classes of siltstone samples were…
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July 2, 2022 0

Heat Transfer Augmentation using Twisted Tapes

The designers of heat exchangers using passive augmentation techniques may find the current review to be helpful as it discusses recent advancements with these approaches. Several research on passive heat transfer enhancement approaches have been published in the last ten years. Methods for enhancing passive heat transfer utilise energy from the system itself rather than…
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July 2, 2022 0

Data Visualization and Mental Models in the Understanding and Use of Complex Systems

In order to comprehend and make use of complicated data patterns, we now frequently rely on visual elements. Metaphors, or mental models, are also tools we use to manipulate information. Two sections make up this chapter. The first section covers data visualisation (the use of visual objects to help understand and use complex sets of…
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July 2, 2022 0

Compression of Noisy Images Taking into Account Visual Quality: A Comprehensive Study

This chapter discusses the lossy compression of pictures that include additive noise damage. The examination is done from the standpoint of compressed picture visual quality, which is the chapter’s major contribution. The compression ratio for a number of coders is investigated and is controlled in various ways. Lossless coding typically doesn’t yield compression ratios high…
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July 2, 2022 0

Electrolysis Design for Hydrogen Production

In this experiment, low current electrochemistry was used to break down water into oxygen and hydrogen gas. In order to create an adequate volume of gases with little heat loss and little current withdrawal, various electrolyzer designs were examined. Using 16 rectangular plates, a flow of HHO gas at a low current of 20 A…
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