Global Journal of Engineering Sciences

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EISSN : 2641-2039
Current Publisher: Iris Publishers (10.33552)
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Global Journal of Engineering Sciences; doi:10.33552/gjes

Tomaz Tollazzi
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 5, pp 1-8; doi:10.33552/gjes.2020.05.000622

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Powered two-wheelers (PTWs) is a term used in the motorcycle industry that includes motorcycles, mopeds and scooters. PTWs are an economical means of transport that offer increased mobility in case of traffic jams, which is very popular in urban transport. In addition, riding a motorized two-wheeler offers a special feeling that is attractive to many riders. However, PTWs can also be considered as a vulnerable group of road users.
Tomaz Tollazzi
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 5, pp 1-8; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.05.000622

Abstract:
Powered two-wheelers (PTWs) is a term used in the motorcycle industry that includes motorcycles, mopeds and scooters. PTWs are an economical means of transport that offer increased mobility in case of traffic jams, which is very popular in urban transport. In addition, riding a motorized two-wheeler offers a special feeling that is attractive to many riders. However, PTWs can also be considered as a vulnerable group of road users.
Markus Walkling-Ribeiro
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 4, pp 1-5; doi:10.33552/gjes.2020.04.000599

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3D point cloud is a simple data structure representing both static and dynamic 3D objects. Though providing close-to-reality visualization, point clouds with high density raise massive demand for storage while sparse point clouds used for navigation require high precision. The emergency of compression technologies is mandatory in the form of standardization. A walkthrough for the technical approaches exploited in the two frameworks (V-PCC and G-PCC) under the MPEG standardization process is presented. Though with certain limitations, the achieved promising compression performances indicate a foreseeable evolution of the standard and a bright future for point cloud compression technologies.
Archeduke Dubey, Sir Pa Capona Heritcher, Señor Bazinga
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 4, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.04.000582

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Stretch now your ear, stretch you have to listen to it. Dance the distance, tucan hear the melodious sound of Angels in our raw champagne especially from Kmaro who invited you to dance, to give your body to baby Science. That you came. And what we always do. De señorita fr señorita, phone in phone, keep us to fight. Sea fight pour a new tree, for the entire race from hope to our love, forever.
Manik Chandra Biswas
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 4, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.04.000576

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Recently, polymer phase behavior got much attention both in scientific research and industrial applications. Phase separation plays a vital role during practical applications of polymer mixture as the properties depend on its dynamics and structures. Researchers put intense interest to analyze phase separation of immiscible polymer blends and observed that various factors such as temperature, molecular weight, substrate and film thickness influence polymer phase separation process. Among them, film thickness dependence got immense attraction now a days. Film thickness dependence of phase separation of binary polymer mixture coupled with various analytical techniques, is discussed in Film thickness, phase separation, microscopic analysis, AFM, SEM, XPS, TEM this review.
Shaomin Liu, Zhang Jianshu, Wang Xiaoiao, Xu Pengpeng
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 4, pp 1-11; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.04.000577

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Naturally, silica present in water feed in the range of 1-100 ppm. It is existed as silicic acid (H2SiO3) which is a weak acid and dissociated at or below neutral pH [1,2]. The presence of silicic acid lead to form silica colloidal in water at neutral pH. But when pH exceeds the neutral, silicic can be dissociated and form silicate anion (SiO3 2-), which can react with positive ions like calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese and aluminum to form insoluble silicates [3].
Sayed Ahmed
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 3, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.03.000575

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Concept for heritage had been changed a lot from its initial starting during the formation of UNESCO in year 1972. Now a day, the most significant idea about conserving heritage is ‘identity’. The question of identity becomes more meaningful when our ascenders get these assets from us as a particular symbol with special functions. Heredity doesn’t mean everything unless they do practice and such practices have to be able to inspire them to preserve heritage as a ‘symbolic tissue’.
Nguyen Van Hung
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 3, pp 1-6; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.03.000574

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This work studies temperature-dependence of Debye-Waller factors of semiconductors presented in terms of cumulant expansion in extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS). The advances in these studies are succeeded based on further development of the anharmonic correlated Einstein model derived primary for fcc crystals into the one for applying to semiconductors and for creating a method having the advantage that all considered quantities are provided based on only the calculation or measurement of second cumulants. Analytical expressions of three first EXAFS cumulants have been derived.
Salman Shooshtarian, Tayyab Maqsood, Peter Wong, Malik Khalfan, Rebecca Yang
Global Journal of Engineering Sciences, Volume 3, pp 1-2; doi:10.33552/gjes.2019.03.000573

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Natural disasters can generate large quantities of waste that may directly threaten public health (e.g. direct human contact with hazardous waste such as asbestos), impede reconstruction (e.g. block access to affected populations and areas) and impact the environment. In particular, damage to infrastructure and buildings generate a significant amount of Construction Waste such as bricks, concrete and concrete rubble. This occurs in two phases: (1) when the actual natural disaster occurs and (2) later during the response and recovery activities (Figure 1).
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