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  • Assessment of road accidents in Nigeria (a case study of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway) 

    Adeboje, A.O.; Olutaiwo, A.O.; Adedimila, A.S. (Nigerian society of Engineer, 2013-06)
    Lagos-Ibadan Expressway is infamous for high accident rate, leading to loss of innocent lives. The contributions of human, road, vehicle and environmental factors to these road accidents were examined. A comprehensive ...
  • An Assessment of the spectra characteristics of vegetation in south western Nigeria. 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (IERI Procedia, 2014)
    This study assessed the status of oil spill induced stress in the vegetation in Lagos and Ogun States, in the South West of Nigeria. The locations of oil spill impacted areas were identified on the field using information ...
  • Attenuating Severe Slug Flow at Large Valve Opening for Increased Oil Production Without Feedback Control Signal 

    Ehinmowo, A.B; Orodu, O.D; Anawe, P.A; Ogunleye, O.O (Elsevier B.V, 2016)
    In the co-current flow of gas-liquid mixtures through pipeline-riser system, severe slugging is frequently encountered and manifests in significant fluctuation of flow and pressure. This can pose serious threat to production ...
  • Automation of a Dust Sampling Train. 

    Akinola, A. A.; Muir, D. M. (Journal of Modelling, Design and Management of Engineering Systems,, 2007)
    The accuracy of measuring the concentration of particulate matter in flue gas streams by a dust sampling train can be significantly improved or minimized by automating the sampling process using a microprocessor based ...
  • Basic oxygen furnace slag for road pavements: A review of material characteristics and performance for effective utilisation in southern Africa 

    Kambole, C.; Paige-Green, P.; Kupolati, W.K.; Ndambuki, J.M.; Adeboje, A.O. (Elsevier, 2017-05)
    Basic oxygen furnace (BOF) slag aggregates exhibit several favourable technical and environmental characteristics compared with natural stone aggregates, making them potentially valuable road construction materials. BOF ...
  • Behaviour And Analysis Of Bamboo Reinforced Concrete Beams Under Flexural Loading. 

    Falade, F.; Akeju, T.A.I. (2002)
    In this study, the behaviour of bamboo reinforced concrete beams was examined under a third point loading. Each beam was simply supported over an effective span of 600mm. The results showed that the behaviour of the beams ...
  • Behaviour Laterized Concrete Beams Under Moment And Shear. 

    Falade, F. (1991-02-21)
    Abstract: The science and technique of substituting laterite for fine aggregate ill normal concrete work is rapidly increasing ill Nigeria. Studies Oil laterized concrete elements have been devoted primarily to observation ...
  • Behaviour of Axially Loaded Bamboo Reinforced Concrete Columns 

    Falade, F; Ikponmwosa, E (Devon Science Company, 2008)
    This paper reports on the behaviour of bamboo reinforced concrete columns under the applied axial loads. 150x150x1000mm columns were cast using 1:2:4 mix with water/cement ratio of 0.65. The bamboo content was varied from ...
  • Behaviour of Laterized Concrete Beams under Moment and Shear 

    Falade, F (1991)
    The science and technique of substituting laterite for fine aggregate ill normal concrete work is rapidly increasing ill Nigeria. Studies Oil laterized concrete elements have been devoted primarily to observation under ...
  • Behaviour Of Lightweight Concrete Containing Periwinkle Shells At Elevated Temperature. 

    Falade, F.; Ikponmwosa, E.E.; Ojediran, N.I. (School of Engineering, Taylor's University, Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia., 2010)
    This study presents the results of the investigation of the response of lightweight concrete to elevated temperature. Available literature indicates that research works have not been carried out in this area. ...
  • Beneficiation of Azara Barite Ore Using A Combination of Jigging, Froth Flotation and Leaching 

    Mgbemere, H. E.; Obidiegwu, E.O.; Obareki, E. (2018-10)
    In this research, Jigging, Froth Flotation and leaching have been used to beneficiate barite ore from Azara, Nasarawa State Nigeria. Chemical analysis on the ore indicates that it contains 53.09% of Ba and 11.52% S with a ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bond Strength Of Reinforced Laterized Concrete Beams. 

    Falade, F.; Oyekan, G.L. (Premier Conference, 2006-08-17)
    This paper presents the results of an investigation into the effects of reinforcement diameter and embedment depth on the bond strength of reinforced laterized concrete beams. Four different ...
  • Challenges In Engineering Education In Africa 

    Falade, F. (2008-02-25)
    Engineering education deals with the training of engineers for the purposes of initiating, facilitating and implementing the technological development of a nation. In Africa, the training of engineers has witnessed ...
  • Characteristics of aluminum hybrid composites 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Osoba, L.O.; Taiwo, O.O. (World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology International Journal of Chemical, Nuclear, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, 2014)
    Aluminum hybrid reinforcement technology is a response to the dynamic ever increasing service requirements of such industries as transportation, aerospace, automobile, marine, etc. It is unique in that it offers a platform ...
  • Characteristics of Aluminum Hybrid Composites 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Osoba, L.O.; Taiwo, O.O. (International Journal of Chemical, Molecular, Nuclear, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, 2014)
    Aluminum hybrid reinforcement technology is a response to the dynamic ever increasing service requirements of such industries as transportation, aerospace, automobile, marine, etc. It is unique in that it offers a ...
  • Characteristics of biodegradable implants 

    Adeosun, S.O.; Lawal, G.I.; Gbenebor, O.P. (Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, 2014, 2014)
    The development of synthetic biomaterials for bone fixations has greatly enhanced orthopedic surgery efficiency over the last two decades. With the advancement in medical technology, several materials such as metals, ...
  • Characterization and Mathematical Modeling of Chloride Diffusion in Lagos Coastal Waters. 

    Akindahunsi, A.A.; Falade, F.A.; Afolayan, J.O.; Oke, I.A. (Springer, 2010-06)
    Reports and news on failure due to corrosion degradation of structures ill aggressive environments are common occurrences in literature nowadays. This paper presents deterioration pattern of concrete structures in a coastal ...
  • Characterization of a finned heat sink for a power inverter 

    Onoroh, F; Adewumi, O.O; Ogbonnaya, M. (Journal of Physics:Conference Series, 2019)
    Heat is a by-product which is constantly being generated in the operation of a power inverter and if left unchecked will inevitably lead to the damage of the device. Hence a means to efficiently dissipate this heat has to ...
  • Characterization of adhesion surface of cellulosic fibers extracted from agro wastes 

    Akpan, E.I.; Adeosun, S.O.; Lawal, G.I.; Balogun, S.A.; Chen, D.I. (Journal of Natural Fibers, 2016)
    The adhesion characteristics of agro waste–derived fibers are examined in this study. Fibers obtained from groundnut shell, coconut shell, rice husk, palm fruit bunch, and palm fruit stalk are subjected to a combination ...