Browsing Faculty of Engineering by Title

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  • Quality Assurance And Accreditation Of Engineering Programmes In Nigerian Universities. 

    Falade, F. (2009)
    This paper presents different quality assurance strategies for engmeenng education in Nigeria. It notes the quality-demand for prospective engineering students from primary through secondary school to tertiary institution. ...
  • Quality Control And Maintenance Of Concrete In Buildings In Hot Climates. 

    Falade, F. (2000-12-08)
    This paper examines the use of concrete as mass and/or reinforced concrete in buildings. It identifies defects associated with concrete as a result of poor quality control during its preparation. It shows that high level ...
  • Quality Control In Road Construction And Maintenance: 

    Falade, F. (2013-05-09)
    Roads are built to provide safe passage of vehicles. They must be properly designed and constructed. After construction, roads deteriorate with age as a result of use and therefore, they need to be maintained to ensure ...
  • Quality Of Physical Facilities And Human Resources For Engineering Education In Africa. 

    Falade, F. (2011-09)
    This paper assesses the quality of the facilities and resources for the training of engineers in some countries in Africa. The facilities are classified into internal and external. The internal facilities and resources are ...
  • Quantitative Evaluation of Cyber-Attacks on a Hypothetical School Computer Network 

    Akinola, A. A. (Journal of Information Security, 2019-07)
    This paper presents the attack tree modeling technique of quantifying cyber-attacks on a hypothetical school network system. Attack trees are constructed by decomposing the path in the network system where attacks are ...
  • Queueing decision model for throughput maximization in green communications networks 

    Gbenga-Ilori, A.O.; Ladipo, O.; Alamu, O. (International Journal of Engineering Business Management, 2019)
    The various advancement in cellular technology has drawn huge attention to green communication by the stakeholders. Base station (BS) sleeping technique has been proposed as a way to reduce energy consumption in cellular ...
  • Recycled ceramic tile composite for automobile applications, a comparative study with Nissan Jeep Cherokee brake pad 

    Agunsoye, J.O.; Bello, S.A.; Bamigbaiye, A.; Odunmosu, K.A.; Akinboye, I. (Engineering and Applied Science Research, 2018)
    A ceramic tile/steel slag-graphite-Arabic gum composite was developed using conventional casting techniques for brake pad applications. The chemical properties of the phases present in the matrix of the developed composite ...
  • Reduction of Traffic Congestion and Carbon Emissions Through Park and Ride Transportation System 

    Rikhotso, J.T.; Ndambuki, J.M.; Kupolati, W.K.; Adeboje, A.O.; Kambole, C. (Covenant University, 2016)
    Traffic congestion results in low vehicular speed, longer trip time, queuing, and blockage of movement coupled with increased demand of space beyond the road capacity. The transportation sector causes 13% of the emissions ...
  • Refractance Window™ Drying of Red Onions (Allium Cepa) 

    Akinola, A. A.; Lawal, S. O.; Osiberu, A. S. (Journal of the Nigerian Society of Chemical Engineers, 2014)
    A Refractance Window dryer was fabricated and used to study the drying characteristics of red onions (Allium Cepa). The data for the drying of the 1mm, 2mm and 3mm sized shreds of red onions were obtained experimentally ...
  • Refractory behaviors of magnetite–kaolin bricks 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Akpan, E.I.; Gbenebor, O.P.; Balogun, S.A.; Taiwo, O.O.; Eke, I.J. (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2016)
    In this work, the suitability of using kaolin–magnetite–plastic clay to produce refractory bricks has been experimentally explored. Thirty bricks of different compositions were produced and fired at 1200 C. The density, ...
  • Refractory characteristics of aluminum dross-kaolin composite 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Akpan, E.I.; Dada, M.O. (The Journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society 2014, 2014)
    The suitability of using aluminum dross waste and kaolin to produce refractory bricks is experimentally studied. Thirty brick samples of different blends are produced, dried at 30 C, dried further at 110 C, and fired at ...
  • Relationship between Serum Retinol Concentrations with Severity of Malaria 

    Nwoye, E. O.; Olayemi, S. O.; Oreagba, I. A.; Temiye, E. O.; Adejare, A. A.; Ojobor, P. D. (The Nigerian Journal of Pharmacy, 2014-01-01)
    Introduction: The effect of vitamin A supplementation in the reduction of childhood mortality has been known for some time however the more specific effect on malaria morbidity and mortality are less well documented. The ...
  • Relevance of building regulations and control mechanism in sustainable development of infrastructures 

    Afolabi, O. (Nigeria institute of civil engineers, 2014-10)
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  • Reliability assessment of offshore jacket structures in Niger Delta 

    Salau, M.A.; Esezobor, D.E.; Omotoso, M.F. (Petroleum & Coal, 2011)
    Jacket platform is essential for continuous crude oil production in Nigerian offshore oil and gas fields. However, the structures are constantly exposed not only to hostile environment and operational conditions but as ...
  • Remote Sensing of Vegetation Stress and Indicators 

    Makinde, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Proceedings of Global Geospatial Conference 2013. Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA, 2013)
    The study used spectra indicators to determine the health status of polluted vegetation. Global Positioning System with an accuracy of ± 5m were used to identified stress areas. The identified impacted areas ...
  • Remote Sensing, A Vital Tool in Monitoring Climate Change 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Conference of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Studies, Ile-Ife, OAU., 2009)
    The impact of anthropogenic activities on the planet we inhibit has affected the climate. Humans are at risk as the earth is warming up. It is through the observation of atmosphere and hydrosphere data; and by using the ...
  • Resultant land use and land cover change from oil spillage using remote sensing and GIS. 

    Omodanisi, E. O. (Elsevier (Scopus) Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 2013)
    The spill of oil into the environment threatens the existence of vegetation. This study identified the coastal area of Lagos impacted by oil spill, explosion and fire; using Landsat ETM+2005 and Ikonos 2007 and evaluated ...
  • A Review And Investigations Of Some Properties Of Foamed Aerated Concrete. 

    Ikponmwosa, E.; Falade, F.; Fapohunda, C. (Faculty of Engineering, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, 2014-01)
    The paper presents the results of investigation conducted on foamed aerated concrete - a lightweight concrete - with a view to determining its potential as a construction material in Nigeria. The properties investigated ...
  • Review of fault detection techniques for health monitoring of helicopter gearbox 

    Ogundare, A.A.; Ojolo, S.J.; Mba, D.; Duan, F. (Springer, 2016-11-09)
    In most cases the helicopter transmission system comprises of the main gearbox (MGB), auxiliary gearbox (AGB), intermediate gearbox (IGB) and tail rotor gearbox (TGB). A local gear fault will impose a force variation in ...
  • Review of fault detection techniques for health monitoring of helicopter gearbox 

    Ogundare, A.A.; Ojolo, S.J.; Mba, D.; Duan, F. (Springer International Publishing, 2017-11-07)
    In most cases the helicopter transmission system comprises of the main gearbox (MGB), auxiliary gearbox (AGB), intermediate gearbox (IGB) and tail rotor gearbox (TGB). A local gear fault will impose a force variation in ...