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  • Markovian Queueing Model for Throughput Maximization in D2D-Enabled Cellular Networks 

    Gbenga-Ilori, A.O.; Sanusi, O.I. (IAES International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2018)
    Device-to-Device (D2D) communication has been considered a key enabling technology that can facilitate spectrum sharing in 4G and 5G cellular networks. In order to meet the high data rate demands of these new generation ...
  • Mathematical modelling of pressure distribution along the die of a biomass briquetting machine 

    Ojolo, S.; Orisaleye, J. (Inderscience Enterprises Ltd., 2019-12-15)
    The screw extruder briquetting die is critical to determining the quality of biomass briquettes. In this study, mathematical models were developed to study pressure distribution along the briquetting die using the hot ...
  • Maximizing White Space in Nigeria Using an Optimized SFN and K-SFN Network Design 

    Gbenga-Ilori, A.O.; Sanusi, O.I. (International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 2014)
    Abstract: A proposal for maximizing the available TV white space in Nigeria using a mixture of SFN and k-SFN digital television network design is presented in this paper. First, the current spectrum occupancy of UHF and ...
  • Mechanical and microstructural characteristics of rice husk reinforced polylactide nano composite 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Aworinde, A.K.; Diwe, I.V.; Olaleye, S.A. (The West Indian Journal of Engineering, 2016)
    The application of polylactides in tissue engineering is attracting significant interest. Using renewable; low cost; health and environmental friendly agro waste as reinforcement in electrospun polylactide nano composite ...
  • The mechanical and physical characteristics of steel dust bricks 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Sekunowo, O.I.; Gbenebor, O.P.; Orowho, F. (British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, 2014)
    This work investigates thermal and mechanical properties of bricks produced from particles of electric arc furnace (EAF) hazardous fumes with a view to enhancing safe disposal and reduce the current prohibitive cost of ...
  • MECHANICAL AND WEAR CHARACTERISATION OF QUARRY TAILINGS REINFORCED A6063 METAL MATRIX COMPOSITES 

    Duroway, S.; Sekunowo, O.; Bolasodun, B.; Oduaran, I.; Lawal, G. (Turkish Journal of Engineering (TUJE), 2019)
    The viability of utilizing cheaply sourced quarry tailings (QTs) particles as reinforcing materials for the development of low cost high performance aluminium matrix composites for structural and industrial applications ...
  • MECHANICAL AND WEAR CHARACTERISTICS OF ALUMINIUM BRASS 

    Esezobor, D.E.; Agbeleye, A.A.; Onovo, H.O.; Bodude, M.A. (Unilag Journal of Medicine, Science and Technology (UJMST), 2017)
    In this paper, the influence of the processing parameters on the wear and mechanical properties of 5 – 12 % aluminum red brass (Al-brass) was studied. The wear characteristics of developed Al brass in dry sliding conditions ...
  • Mechanical behavior of electrospun palmfruit bunch reinforced polylactide composite fibers 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Akpan, E.I.; Gbenebor, O.P.; Peter, A.A.; Olaleye, S.A. (The Journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), 2015)
    In this study, the mechanical characteristics of electrospun palm fruit bunch reinforced poly lactic acid (PLA) nanofiber composites using treated and untreated filler was examined. Poly lactic acid–palm fruit bunch– ...
  • Mechanical Characterisation of Carbon-Silica Reinforced Composites for Turbine Application 

    Sekunowo, O.; Durowaye, S.; Ogunsina, O. (Journal of the Institute of Engineering., 2019)
    Materials selection and development for application in advanced systems is becoming highly complex involving the need for lower cost alternatives without compromising service performance. This paper investigated ...
  • Mechanical Characterisation of Cast Sn-xFeo-0.2Cu Solder Alloy 

    Sekunowo, O.I.; Durowaye, S.I.; Runsewe, A.M. (Journal of Engineering Research., 2017)
    The act of soldering that is devoid of any debilitating health hazards is a global concern necessitating the development of varied lead-free solders exhibiting desirable solderability. In this study, a lead-free ...
  • Mechanical Characteristics of 6063 Aluminum-Steel Dust Composite 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Akpan, E.I.; Sekunowo, O.I.; Ayoola, W.A.; Balogun, S.A. (International Scholarly Research Network ISRN Mechanical Engineering, 2012)
    Studies on the effect of steel dust (EAF dust) addition on the mechanical properties of 6063 Aluminium alloy have been carried out. The cast composite samples contain steel dust from 2–20 wt% produced in sand mould. These ...
  • Mechanical characteristics of Al‐CaCO3/Zn composites 

    Akpan, E.I.; Abhuliem, I. U.; Adeosun, S.O.; Gbenebor, O.P. (Annals of Faculty Engineering Hunedoara – International Journal of Engineering, 2014)
    Effect of CaCO3 particle (100μm) addition on the mechanical properties of aluminium‐0.5% Si alloy has been investigated. Samples are produced using conventional stir casting method and homogenized at 5500C for four hours. ...
  • Mechanical Characteristics of an Extension Clamp Fabricated from Used Aluminum Beverage Cans 

    Sekunowo, O.I.; Lawal, G.I.; Durowaye, S.I.; Raheem, I.A. (JOM The Journal of The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), 2015)
    This article investigates the mechanical properties of a laboratory-sized clamp fabricated from used aluminum beverage cans as part of effort to achieve a cleaner environment and add value. Used aluminum beverage cans, ...
  • Mechanical characteristics of groundnut shell particle reinforced polylactide nano fibre 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Taiwo, O.; Akpan, E.I.; Gbenebor, O.P.; Gbagba, S.; Olaleye, S. (Revista Materia, 2016)
    The PLA-groundnut shell solution is electrospun to produce nanocomposite fibre. The spinneret containing the composite solution was placed 24.7 cm away from the aluminium collector, tilted at an angle of 30 °, and the ...
  • Mechanical properties enhancement of 66/34Mg-alloy for medical application 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Sekunowo, O.I.; Gbenebor, O.P.; Ayoola, W.A.; Odunade, T.A. (International Journal of Medical, Pharmaceutical Science and Engineering, 2014)
    Sand cast samples of the as-received 66/34Mg-Al alloy were first homogenized at 4900C and then divided into three groups on which annealing, normalising and artificial ageing were respectively carried out. Thermal ageing ...
  • Mechanical properties enhancement of conventional mild steel for fastener application 

    Sekunowo, O.I.; Adeosun, S.O.; Ojo, O.E. (Centre of professional research publication- International Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2014)
    Due to the rampant brittle fracture of most mild steel fasteners, an innovative hardening process of microstructure modificaton is employed on conventional mild steel to enhance its mechanical properties. The steel specimens ...
  • Mechanical Properties of Bitumen Quenched Dual Phase Steel 

    Amuda, M.O.H.; Olaniyan, T.A.; Osoba, L.O.; Akinlabi, E.T. (Sains Malaysiana, 2017)
    The mechanical properties of Dual Phase Steel (DPS)-duplex structure-produced by quenching in pre-heated bitumen have been investigated. Medium carbon steels intercritically heated at different temperatures and holding ...
  • Mechanical Properties of Maize Stalk Nano-particle Reinforced Epoxy Composites 

    Agunsoye, J.O.; Bamigbaiye, A.A.; Bello, S.A.; Hassan, S.B. (Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 2020)
    This study addresses challenges of maize stalk wastes via conversion into nano-particles for producing epoxy composites at different levels of reinforcements. Mechanical tests were conducted on the produced epoxy composites. ...
  • Mechanical Properties of Poly (L-Lactide)-Based Composites for Hard Tissue Repairs 

    Aworinde, A.K.; Adeosun, S.O.; Oyawale, F.A. (International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), 2020)
    The struggle in osteosynthesis continues with the search for more biocompatible materials to replace metallic scaffolds. Poly(L-lactic) acid (PLLA), a biopolymer, was processed via melt-blending technique by blending ...
  • Mechanical Properties of Poly (L-Lactide)-Based Composites for Hard Tissue Repairs 

    Aworinde, A.K.; Adeosun, S.O.; Oyawale, F.A. (International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), 2020)
    The struggle in osteosynthesis continues with the search for more biocompatible materials to replace metallic scaffolds. Poly(L-lactic) acid (PLLA), a biopolymer, was processed via melt-blending technique by blending ...