Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research

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EISSN : 2583-2468
Published by: Singh Publication (10.54741)
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Deepti Rani
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 14-18; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.3.2

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Another component that impacts the working environment is humidity, which must be maintained at a specified level at various locations, such as factories, hospitals, and offices. Humidity levels play a significant role in determining different weather events, including the production of clouds and precipitation. It's impossible to make accurate predictions about the weather without accurate measurements of the humidity in the air. Humidity has a significant impact on our daily lives, not just for weather forecasting, but because it can alter the entire manufacturing process. Despite the fact that humidity is a constant in the environment, the amount needed at various locations may differ.
Mahesh Chandra Vishwakarma, Hemant Kumar Joshi, Sushil Kumar Joshi, Narendra Singh Bhandari
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.3.1

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In the present study, dried activated biomass of Eupatorium adinoforum (AEA) and Acer oblongum (AAO) used for removal of Pb (II) from synthetic wastewater. The batch operation was conducted with effect of variation of contact time, biosorbent dose, pH, concentration of metal ions and temperature on biosorption of metal ions on biosorbent. Maximum adsorption was recorded for initial metal ion concentration of 10 mg/l, biosorbent dose of 2.5 gm, at pH 5 with 105 minutes of contact time for activated AEA and AAO biomass. The adsorption equilibrium conditions were well described by Langmuir, Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models. The Langmuir isotherm model has provided a better fit with the experimental data in comparison to that of Freundlich and Temkin isotherm models. Thermodynamic data suggest that the bisorption process was spontaneous, feasible and endothermic. The values of thermodynamic parameters suggest that the biosorption process was spontaneous, feasible and endothermic. The kinetics of the biosorption for the reaction mechanism and types of biosorption process onto activated AEA and AAO biosorbent were also discussed.
Taiwo Gabriel, Adeiza Muazu
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.2.1

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To complete a construction project successfully, you'll need a good project control system. To ensure any chance of success, projects of significant size or complexity must be constantly managed. Control standards are used by the project team to ensure that progress is kept at acceptable levels. The purpose of the research is to look into material control in the Nigerian construction industry. The study's goal was to summarize what was already known about material control in construction production. The information was gathered by distributing a standardized questionnaire to experienced experts on building locations and in workplaces. The results demonstrate that 60 present of the locations employ material preparation to control materials, with quantity surveyors performing the majority of the control planning. The way building materials are created and controlled has problems such as lack of planning, , improper storage, late delivery of components to the job site, and poor material testing. The construction business ought to have a document established for controlling building materials; programme material control education should be undertaken, and the three basic techniques (scheduling, material planning, and ABC analysis) should be incorporated into controlling materials.
Amrapali Iyer, S. Srinivasan
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 7-12; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.2.2

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India has a diverse climate and topography; different kinds of forests, with a minimum of ten distinct bio-geographical areas, there are many as well as three biodiversity hotspots on the planet's surface. Because other native habitats have lost their native status, the forest currently houses the majority of terrestrial species. There is a vast network of protected areas in place, including 514 wildlife sanctuaries, there are 99 national parks in the United States, 18 biosphere reserves are included in the project, and several holy groves managed by native groups. Due to increased people in the world demands, land use changes, and the introduction of invasive alien species, forest degradation and biodiversity loss persist despite a favorable forest policy and a strong regulatory framework. The extent and loss of biodiversity must be constantly monitored, and individuals must be encouraged to join in large-scale biodiversity conservation rehabilitation.
Prabhakar Sangave, Amit Rao
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 1-6; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.1.1

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In civil engineering, fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) bars are commonly employed. As an alternative to reinforcement steel due to their numerous advantages, including great weight-to-strength ratio, light weight, ease of handling electromagnetic neutrality, and lack of rust. Furthermore, as production machinery develops and more becomes industrialized, FRP has evolved into a cost-effective and competitive structural material. This work examines flexural presentation of fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) bars and concrete reinforced (RC) after beams conditioning for 6, 9, and 12 months simulated seawater in a wet-dry environment cycling. The purpose of this study is to introduce advancements in the research on FRP-reinforced concrete structures based on recent research. The bond presentation of FRP bars flexural behaviour, concrete, compression behaviour, and concrete of ductility structures reinforced with FRP bars in the last few years around the world are among the topics covered in this study. steel-FRP composite bars (SFCBs) and Basalt FRP (BFRP) are the two types of FRP bars used. For comparison, steel bars are used. During the conditioning, the beams are subjected to a steady load. There are a full of 24 simple-supported rays that being verified.
Praphul Chandrashekhar
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 7-13; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.1.2

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Water quality is a necessary parameter to be study when the overarching goal is to achieve long-term development humanity since the focal point it has directly related to human well-being. The present study conducted to assess the spring water quality in Anger Gutie Town East Wollega, Oromia, Ethiopia. The samples were examined for six parameters physico–chemical Temperature, pH, and total dissolved solids are all factors to consider. Total Suspended Solid, Electrical conductivity, Turbidity), for eleven major chemical parameters (Al3+,Cr+6,Cu, Mn, Fe,K+,SO42‾, PO43‾, NO2‾–N, F‾, Cl‾), and four other physico–chemical parameters (SiO2, NH3–N, Total hardness, and Dissolved oxygen) using standard methods. The parameters in seas that were investigated currently recommended guidelines were below for the quality of drinking and irrigation water.
Abhishek Bhatt, Rohit Pant
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 28-33; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.1.5

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The electronic construction estimations of a substance are the focal errand because of atomistic reenactments. They make allusions to estimates of the state of electronic mobility around fixed cores. To further develop power transformation effectiveness and strength, doping is normally taken on technique to tune and adjust the constructions CH3NH3PbI3 materials' characteristics and composition in natural inorganic crossover perovskite arising sun oriented cells perovskites are a class of materials that have a perovskite structure assorted mix of various components. Because of this, result, they display various functionalities, for example, piezoelectric, ferroelectric, pyroelectric, and ferromagnetic with applications in photovoltaic cells, huge magneto-opposition, LEDs, superconductivity, and topological covers. Perovskites have gained a reputation as a viable alternative to silicon-based conventional solar cells since 2009. By and large, halide perovskites show great photonic characteristics, oxide perovskites show great dielectric properties, and chalcogenide perovskites are utilized in applications in strong state detecting, lighting, and energy collecting. In this thesis, different kinds of perovskites going from oxide to halide are examined alongside their underlying, electronic, flexible, and optical properties.
Rakesh Tripathi, Pankaj Mani
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 22-27; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.1.4

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Engineering schools and higher education institutions need to rethink their curricula in light of these findings. With the current curriculum challenges, the report suggests new measures that will aid education development. Goals, analysis, content, policy, content, evaluation methods, and implementation are all part of the investigation. Using a craft knowledge approach, this article shows how instructors' theories and beliefs are connected to their actual teaching practices while also accounting for local and cultural differences. According to a study, policy making and implementation are inconsistent in the Indian education sector.
Prasenjit Sikdar, Tanvi Gosh, Sandeep Roy
Applied Science and Engineering Journal for Advanced Research, Volume 1, pp 14-21; https://doi.org/10.54741/asejar.1.1.3

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One of the low-cost wastewater treatment options is Root Zone Technology. We can treat non-point sources effectively, with the help of this method. To achieve this purpose, trailed by the source area bed, we must distinct non-point bases into created channels inside the river bank, or if the non-point bases are natural nulls, we are able to deliver this system through their channel. We set up a channel on which I created a source area bed and conducted a laboratory examination the director's production on a variety the factors. The two parameters for which channels must be built are flow rate and detention time. As a result, I'm adjusting the flow rate to see how the parameter changes over time. When we obtain the best result with the most flow, we say we've optimized. For the three-day, seven-day, and twenty-one-day detention periods, I received satisfactory results. Using this information, I created a root zone bed system for the identified actual domestic sources.
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