Using Electro-peroxone Process to Remediate Soil Contaminated with Phenol

Elaheh faghihnasiri; Farhad Qaderi; S. Mustapha Rahmaninezhad

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 30 January 2024

  Industrial processes are among human activities that cause the production of a large volume of wastewater containing organic pollutants such as phenol and its derivatives. Soil remediation is crucial for enhancing environmental quality for both humans and other living organisms. This study investigated ...  Read More

A Study on Seasonal Variations in Water Quality Parameters of Dhaka Rivers

M. J. Islam

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 91-99


  Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, is encircled by six rivers like a garland. Dhaka's growing population, urbanization, and modernization are causing problems with wastewater discharges and water pollution in the river's water body. These rivers receive wastewater from numerous sources, which are discharged ...  Read More

A New Model for Person Reidentification Using Deep CNN and Autoencoders

A. Sezavar; H. Farsi; S. Mohamadzadeh

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 314-320


  Person re-identification (re-id) is one of the most critical and challenging topics in image processing and artificial intelligence. In general, person re-identification means that a person seen in the field of view of one camera can be found and tracked by other non-overlapped cameras. Low-resolution ...  Read More

Use of an Eletrokinetic Remediated Soil as a Road Subgrade Material

J. E. Sani; T. S. Ijimdiya; G. Moses; A. A. Lawal

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 353-360


  The soil investigated for suitability checks, as a subgrade material in this study, was a crude oil contaminated (COC) soil treated using an electrokinetic technique. The index properties and compaction characteristics of the electrokinetic remediated (EKR) soil are natural moisture content was 10.97%; ...  Read More

Covid-19 Pandemic and Its Environmental Implications: An Investigation of Forest Fires in Northern Iran

A. Kaviani Rad

Volume 14, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 393-400


  A global health and economic crisis was caused by a pandemic Covid-19 in 2020, which reduced human activity worldwide. As human activities decreased, researchers had the chance to evaluate the impact of humankind on the ecosystem as well as explore the causes behind natural occurrences like forest fires, ...  Read More

Effect of Jute Fibre Reinforcement on Shear Strength of Concrete

U. N. Wilson; J. E. Sani; A. Yusuf; O. C. Eze

Volume 14, Issue 3 , July 2023, , Pages 214-220


  This research work examined the effect of jute fibre on the shear strength of concrete. Fibre volume fractions of 0%, 0.25%, 0.5%, and 0.75% for grades 25, 30, 35 and 40 N/mm2 respectively were used. A total of 32 beams and 96 cubes were prepared. 16 beams and 48 cubes were cured at room temperature ...  Read More

Strength Properties of Steel and Bamboo Reinforced Concrete Containing Quarry Dust, Rice Husk Ash and Guinea Corn Husk Ash

S. O. Odeyemi; R. Abdulwahab; M. A. Akinpelu; R. Afolabi; O. D. Atoyebi

Volume 13, Issue 4 , July 2022, , Pages 354-362


  The rising cost of concrete production due to the global recession in world economy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the greenhouse gases emitted in the production of cement has necessitated the need for alternative materials for cement. In this study, bamboo strips and steel rebars were used as reinforcements ...  Read More

Sensing Image Regions for Enhancing Accuracy in People Re-identification

H. Hassanpour; Z. Mortezaie; A. Beghdadi

Volume 13, Issue 3 , April 2022, , Pages 295-304


  Video surveillance systems are widely used in the public and private sectors for maintaining security and healthcare purposes. Performance of surveillance systems directly depends on their accuracy in re-identification. There are three regions in a camera view, including person’s body, background, ...  Read More

Analysis of Dense Non-aqueous Phase Liquid Contaminants Effects on Soil Permeability by Response Surface Methodology

H. Tamadon Ghareghie; M. Yazdi; D. Yousefi Kebria; H. Aminirad

Volume 13, Issue 2 , March 2022, , Pages 141-150


  Soil contamination is considered a controversial issue in most countries. Nowadays, it is important to clearly understand how pollutants influence the soil from different sources. Today, hydrocarbons are one of the most important sources of soil contaminants, which is considered as a fundamental issue ...  Read More

Acoustic Design of Buildings Using Mathematical Model Based on Sound Simulation

H. Esmaeil Yazdi; A. M. Salehi

Volume 13, Issue 1 , January 2022, , Pages 19-26


  Proper acoustic design is especially important in some buildings. For example, in concert halls, one of the desirable functional features is the proper transmission of music. In this regard, an indicator that can effectively show the quality of the received sound is the sound intensity, which is the ...  Read More

Remediation of Heavy Metals from Galvanic Wastewater Using Cow Bone Char as Low Cost Adsorbent

R. A. Olaoye; S. O. Ojoawo; O. Bamigbade; N. Alimi; I. O. Rasaq; T. Oladejo

Volume 12, Issue 4 , October 2021, , Pages 318-326


  The adhesion of metal ions from wastewater to surface of a material in an adsorption process had proven to be effective for remediation of wastewater before discharge. There is a growing demand to utilize alternative low-cost adsorbents for the removal of heavy metals from galvanic wastewater in most ...  Read More

Anomaly Detection in Smart Homes Using Deep Learning

M. Moallem; H. Hassanpour; A. A. Pouyan

Volume 10, Issue 2 , June 2019, , Pages 126-135


  Smart homes enable many people, especially the elderly and patients, to live alone and maintain their independence and comfort. The realization of this goal depends on monitoring all activities in the house to report any observed anomaly immediately to their relatives or nurses. Anomaly detection in ...  Read More

Effect on Autogenous Healing in Concrete by Fly Ash and Rice Husk Ash

V. Kanthe; S. Deo; M. Murmu

Volume 10, Issue 2 , June 2019, , Pages 154-158


  In this research paper, the effect on autogenous healing in concrete by cementitious material such as fly ash (FA) and rice husk ash (RHA) are reported. The utilization of waste byproduct are the interest in research for healing of concrete. The non-destructive testing and microstructure analysis were ...  Read More

Secure Environment via Prediction of Software Vulnerabilities-Severity

E. S. Aghaee Meybodi; M. Ghasemzadeh

Volume 10, Issue 2 , June 2019, , Pages 159-164


  Prediction of software vulnerabilities-severity is of particular importance. Its most important application is that managers can first deal with the most dangerous vulnerabilities when they have limited resources. This research shows how we can use the former patterns of software vulnerabilities-severity ...  Read More