Faculty of Engineering

Recent Submissions

  • Modeling and Simulation of Wax Deposition in Oil Pipeline System 

    Adeyanju, O.A.; Oyekunle, L.O. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2014-08)
    The major challenge accompanies the transportation of waxy crude oil is the wax deposition in the pipeline. Oil Company spends millions of dollars yearly to remediate this anomaly. This necessitated the demand for an ...
  • Experimental Study of Viscosity as a Criterion for Determination of Onset Asphaltene Flocculation in Nigeria,s Crude 

    Adeyanju, O.; Adeosun, T.; Obisanya, A. (Petroleum and Coal publishers, 2015-07)
    Asphaltene are heavy hydrocarbon molecules that exist naturally in petroleum reservoir fluids. Asphal-tene precipitation may occur during pressure depletion or during gas injection process for Improved Oil Recovery (IOR). ...
  • Modeling and Simulation of Scale Deposition during Water-flooding in Porous Media 

    Adeyanju, O. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012-11)
    Mineral scale deposition within the reservoir due to incompatibility of the injected and the formation water can cause a significant decrease in reservoir performance. Few documentations of the damage cause by scale ...
  • Hydrodynamics of Sand-Oil-Gas Multiphase Flow in a Deviated Petroleum Well 

    Adeyanju, O. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2012-05)
    A calculation method for predicting pressure profiles along the wellbore based on easily obtainable wellhead parameter has been the preferred method. But, the predictive capability of the existing correlations is a thing ...
  • Modeling of Gas-Liquid Stratified Flow in an Inclined Well-Bore and Bends 

    Adeyanju, O.; Oyekunle, L. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2010-10)
    Multiphase flows modeling in wellbore has always been a problem to the petroleum industry operators. Correlations are presently in use in the petroleum industry, and most of these correlations are obsolete as their application ...
  • Contract Law and Management of Engineering Projects 

    Afolabi, O. (Nigerian Society of Engineers, Lagos Branch, 2013-10)
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  • Fracture Mechanisms and Failure Modes in Biocomposites and Bionanocomposites 

    Sadiku, E.R.; Agboola, O.; Ibrahim, I.D.; Olubambi, P.A.; Avabaram, B.R.; Bandla, M.; Kupolati, W.K.; Tippabattini, J.; Varaprasad, K.; Agwuncha, S.C.; Oboirien, B.O.; Phiri, G.; Nkuna, C.; Durowoju, M.O.; Owonubi, S.J.; Fasiku, V.O.; Aderibigbe, B.A.; Ojijo, V.O.; Biotidara, O.F.; Adeboje, A.O.; Adekomaya, O.S.; Aderibigbe, I.; Jamiru, T.; Dludlu, M.K. (Nova Publisher, 2017-07)
    There are various mechanisms that can be responsible for material fracture which can ultimately lead to failure and there are different modes of failure. More often, the quantification of the dominating failure mode and ...
  • Nanotechnology in Paints and Coatings 

    Sadiku, E.R.; Agboola, O.; Ibrahim, I.D.; Olubambi, P.A.; Avabaram, B.R.; Bandla, M.; Kupolati, W.K.; Tippabattini, J.; Varaprasad, K.; Agwuncha, S.C.; Mochane, J.; Daramola, O.O.; Oboirien, B.; Adegbola, T.A.; Nkuna, C.; Owonubi, S.J.; Fasiku, V.O.; Aderibigbe, B.; Ojijo, V.; Dunne, R.; Selatile, K.; Makgatho, G.; Khoathane, C.; Mhike, W.; Biotidara, O.F.; Dludlu, M.B.; Adeboje, A.O.; Adeyeye, O.A.; Ndamase, A.; Sanni, S.; Molelekwa, G.F.; Selvam, P.; Nambiar, R.; Perumal, A.B.; Jayaramudu, J.; Iheaturu, N.; Diwe, I.; Chima, B. (Wiley, 2018-11-16)
    The protection of surfaces, especially metals, ceramic, glass, fabric, wood, and mineral surfaces, from stain, scratch, water absorption, etc, is best accomplished by going the nanotechnology route, via nanohydrophobic ...
  • Estimation of the Thermal Diffusivity of Beans Using a Simple Apparatus 

    Akinola, A. A.; Adeniji, O. B. (FUOYE Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2019)
    A simple apparatus for the determination of the thermal diffusivity of black-eyed beans samples, using the transient heat conduction method is presented. This apparatus is a stainless steel cylindrical tube, containing the ...
  • Analysis of Flow Induced Acoustic Waves in a Vibrating Offshore Pipeline 

    Osheku, C.A.; Olunloyo, V.O.; Akano, T.T. (2010-12)
    Flow induced acoustic wave characteristics in a vibrating subsea pipeline is investigated. For this problem, acoustic wave equations are formulated and matched for the various vibrating segments. The pipeline system is ...
  • Acoustic Pressure Waves in Vibrating 3-D Laminated Beam-Plate Enclosures 

    Osheku, C.A.; Olunloyo, V.O.; Damisa, O.; Akano, T.T. (Advances in Acoustics and Vibration in Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2009)
    The effect of structural vibration on the propagation of acoustic pressure waves through a cantilevered 3-D laminated beam-plate enclosure is investigated analytically. For this problem, a set of well-posed partial ...
  • Polyhydroxyalkanoates as scaffolds for tissue engineering 

    Sadiku, E.R.; Fasiku, V.O.; Owonubi, S.J.; Mukwevho, E.; Aderibigbe, B.A.; Lemmer, Y.; Abbavaram, B.R.; Manjula, B.; Nkuna, C.; Dludlu, M.K.; Adeyeye, O.A.; Selatile, K.; Makgatho, G.; Ndamase, A.S.; Mabalane, P.N.; Agboola, O.; Sanni, S.; Varaprasad, K.; Tippabattini, J.; Kupolati, W.K.; Adeboje, A.O.; Jamiru, T.; Ibrahim, I.D.; Adekomaya, O.S.; Eze, A.A.; Dunne, R.; Areo, K.A.; Jayaramudu, J.; Daramola, O.O.; Periyar Selvam, S.; Nambiar, Reshma B.; Perumal, Anand B.; Mochane, M.J.; Mokhena, T.C.; Iheaturu, Nnamdi; Diwe, I.; Chima, Betty (Nova Publisher, 2018)
    Tissue engineering is a field that has gained a lot of advancement since the discovery of biopolymers. Biopolymers are polymers produced by living organisms; that is, they are polymeric biomolecules. They consist of monomeric ...
  • New Multi-Solid Thermodynamic Model for Improved Cloud Point Prediction of Waxy Crudes 

    Adeyanju, O.; Oyekunle, L. (Petroleum & Coal Publisher, 2010-07)
    A thermodynamic framework is developed for calculating the cloud point also known as WAT (Wax Appearance Temperature) or WDT (Wax Disappearance Temperature) in petroleum mixtures. The method involves the use of experimental ...
  • Experimental Studies of Sand Production from Unconsolidated Sandstone Petroleum Reservoirs in Niger-Delta 

    Adeyanju, O.; Olafuyi, O. (Faculty of Engineering, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2011-06)
    Production of sand during oil and gas exploration causes severe operational problem for oil and gas explorers especially companies producing from unconsolidated formations. Most reservoirs in the Niger-Delta fall in this ...
  • Optimization of Natural Gas Transport in Pipeline 

    Adeyanju, O.; Oyekunle, L. (Centre for Advanced Training and Research, 2013-10)
    Transportation of natural gas is a very important aspect of the oil and gas industry and as such, it must be done with a much efficiency. Pipelines has been recognized as the most economic, effective and safest way of ...
  • Simulation of Paraffin Deposition in Petroleum Reservoirs 

    Adeyanju, O; Oyekunle, L. (Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011-07)
    Paraffin deposition within petroleum reservoir during crude oil production can cause a decrease in reservoir performance, consequently the need to predict wax deposition is a major concern to all petroleum producers. The ...
  • Neural Machine for classification of cancerous cell 

    Nwoye, E. O.; Dlay, S. S.; Woo, W. L.; Maghani, K. A. (WSEAS Transactions. on Systems, 2003-07-01)
    Computer assisted diagnosis of colorectal cancer has received attention in recent years. The development of an automated algorithmic approach, based on quantitative measurements, would be a valuable tool to the Pathologist ...
  • Optimization of Dual Slot Antenna using Floating Metallic Sleeve for Microwave Ablation 

    Nwoye, E. O.; Ibitoye, Z. A.; Aweda, M. A.; Oremosun, A. A.; AnnunobI, C. C.; Akanmu, O. N. (Elsevier Journal of Medical Engineering and Physics, 2015-01-01)
    Backward heating reduction is vital in power distribution optimization in microwave thermal ablation. In this study, we optimized dual slot antenna to yield reduction in backward heating pattern along the antenna shaft ...
  • Biologically Inspired Identification and Recognition System 

    Nwoye, E. O.; Muoneke, J. E. (International Journal of Computer and Information Technology- (OMICS Journal of Biometrics and Biostatistics), 2013-03-01)
    This paper addresses the issue of multiple options in biometric identification technology. Bio-ID is a biometric Identification systems combining many options (DNA, Iris, Palmprint etc) especially the fingerprints and face ...
  • Microwave ablation of ex vivo bovine tissues using a dual slot antenna with a floating metallic sleeve 

    Nwoye, E. O.; Ibitoye, A. Z.; Aweda, M. A.; Oremosun, A. A.; Anunobi, C. C.; Akanmu, O. N. (International Journal of Hyperthermia, 2016-11-11)
    Purpose: To study the efficiency of a dual slot antenna with a floating metallic sleeve on the ablation of different ex vivo bovine tissues. Materials and methods: COMSOL Multipurpose®version 4.4 (Stockholm, Sweden), which ...

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