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Latest Articles of IJTEE

A shelf-life model considering mechanical injury and natural decay to optimize fresh fruit distribution

IJTEE, Volume-18 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 89 - 99

Published: 02 Sep 2021

DOI: 10.5383/ijtee.18.02.005

by Damrongpol Kamhangwong, Aicha Sekhari, Gilles Neubert from Université Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, France and Emlyon Business School, Saint-Étienne, France.

Abstract: This paper develops a specific quality attribute model considering mechanical injury (MI) and natural decay (ND) in fresh fruit, for problem solving i read more...

Keywords: fresh fruit quality; fresh fruit distribution; shelf-life model; quality loss; multi-objective decision-making

Numerical simulation of multiphase flow at fracture intersections

IJTEE, Volume-18 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 79 - 88

Published: 02 Sep 2021

DOI: 10.5383/ijtee.18.02.004

by Wenjuan Zhang, Isam Janajreh, Mohammed Al Kobaisi from Department of petroleum engineering, Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE and Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khalifa University of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE

Abstract: Various models of simulating immiscible multiphase flow in a simple fracture intersection is compared numerically in this work. The first two models a read more...

Keywords: Fracture modeling, Darcy’s law,Navier-Stokes equation, volume of fluid

Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Paper and Computer Based Exams

IJTEE, Volume-18 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 71 - 77

Published: 02 Sep 2021

DOI: 10.5383/ijtee.18.02.003

by Muhammad Imran, Salah Elaskari, Abdulmajeed Eid Albalawi from University of Tabuk, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, 71491 and American International University, Al Jahra, Kuwait

Abstract: Universities around the globe consume large number of papers every year for educational and administrative purposes. A major portion of these papers a read more...

Keywords: LCA; Paper-based exam; Computer-based exam; Environmental impact

Experimental Investigation of Remote Vibration Sensing with Locally-Powered Devices

IJTEE, Volume-18 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 70 - 70

Published: 02 Sep 2021

DOI: 10.5383/ijtee.18.02.002

by Saeed k. Al Nuaimi, Manish K. Singh from Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Minnesota , Minneapolis MN 55455,USA

Abstract: Self-power sensors at multiple places in a network will be required for advanced wireless communication infrastructure, which comprises remote sensing read more...

Keywords: Smart sensors; Energy harvesting;Internet of Things; Vibration sensing; Wireless transmission

Latest Articles of JTTM

A Posture Recognition System to Track Drivers’ Activities While Driving

JTTM, volume-03 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 25 - 31

Published: 21 Aug 2021

DOI: 10.5383/JTTM.03.02.004

by Khaled Shaaban, Osama Halabi, Eman Almughani from Utah Valley University, Orem, United States, 84058 and Qatar University, Doha, Qatar, 2713

Abstract: To improve traffic safety, different systems were invented to warn drivers when detecting a conflict. However, drivers may be already aware of such co read more...

Keywords: Sitting posture, activity recognition, driving simulator, virtual reality, autonomous vehicles

An integrated agent-based model of travel demand and package deliveries

JTTM, volume-03 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 17 - 24

Published: 18 Aug 2021

DOI: 10.5383/JTTM.03.02.003

by Anna Reiffer, Jelle Kübler , Lars Briem, Martin Kagerbauer, Peter Vortisch from Institute for Transport Studies, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Kaiserstr. 12, 76131 Karlsruhe, Germany

Abstract: With the increased shift from in-store shopping to e-commerce, we can expect the share of delivery vehicles in cities to rise as well. This puts great read more...

Keywords: last-mile, agent-based, travel demand, urban freight

Measuring Vehicle Speeds, Compliance Rates, and Braking Reaction Times at Level Crossings Using Fixed and Moving Driving Simulators

JTTM, volume-03 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 09 - 16

Published: 13 Aug 2021

DOI: 10.5383/JTTM.03.02.002

by Inhi Kim , Khaled Shaaban from Kongju National University, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah, United States, 84058

Abstract: Driving simulators are used for many applications including traffic safety. There are several types of driving simulators available for researchers an read more...

Keywords: Braking reaction time, compliance rates, fixed driving simulator, moving driving simulator, speed profiles

Regionalization for urban air mobility application in metropolitan areas: case studies in San Francisco and New York

JTTM, volume-03 , Issue 2 (2021), PP 01 - 08

Published: 07 Aug 2021

DOI: 10.5383/JTTM.03.02.001

by Namwoo Kim, Yoonjin Yoon from Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon 34141 Korea

Abstract: In a new era of mobility where the transportation of persons or goods via flying vehicles over urban areas has garnered great interest in its applicat read more...

Keywords: Urban Air Mobility, UAS Traffic Management, Geodemographic Analysis, Spatial Clustering

Latest Articles of JUSPN

An Optimized Kappa Architecture for IoT Data Management in Smart Farming

JUSPN, volume-17 , Issue 2 (2022), PP 59 - 65

Published: 07 Dec 2022

DOI: 10.5383/JUSPN.17.02.002

by Jean Bertin Nkamla Penka, Saïd Mahmoudi, Olivier Debauche from University of Mons, Faculty of Engineering - ILIA Lab / InforTech, Place du parc 20, Mons, Belgium, 7000, University of Liège - GxABT, Terra, Passage des Déportés 2, Gembloux, Belgium, 5030, University of Liège - GxABT, BioDynE - DEAL, Passage des Déportés 2, Gembloux, Belgium, 5030

Abstract: Agriculture 4.0 is a domain of IoT in full growth which produces large amounts of data from machines, robots, and sensors networks. This data must be read more...

Keywords: Agriculture 4.0, IoT, Internet of Things, Kappa Architecture, Smart Farming, Smart Agriculture

New and Reliable Points Shifting - Based Algorithm for Indoor Location Services

JUSPN, volume-17 , Issue 2 (2022), PP 51 - 58

Published: 07 Dec 2022

DOI: 10.5383/JUSPN.17.02.001

by Tarek El Salti, Nelson Shaw, Joseph Chun-Chung Cheung, Edward R. Sykes from School of Applied Computing, Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, L6H 2L1 TELUS Communication Inc., 200 Consilium Place, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, M1H 3E4 Centre for Mobile Innovation, Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario, Canada, L6H 2L1

Abstract: Indoor localization is of great importance to several fields such as healthcare and asset tracking. However, many factors (e.g., multipath propagation read more...

Keywords: : Indoor Location Services, Fingerprinting, Wi-Fi, Path Loss exponent, K-Nearest Neighbor

Towards Low-Cost IoT and LPWAN-Based Flood Forecast and Monitoring System

JUSPN, volume-17 , Issue 1 (2022), PP 43 - 49

Published: 04 Aug 2022

DOI: 10.5383/JUSPN.17.01.006

by Nassima Tadrist, Olivier Debauche, Saïd Mahmoudi, Adriano Guttadauria from University of Blida 1 Saâd Dahlab, Department of Water and Environmental Sciences, BP 270 Route Soumâa, Blida, Algeria, 09000 , University of Liège, TERRA / BioDynE - DEAL, Passage des Déportés 2, Gembloux, Belgium, 5030, University of Mons, Infortech Institute / Faculty of Engineering - ILIA, Place du Parc 20, Mons, Belgium, 7000

Abstract: t The recent floods have shown that the classic monitoring systems for watercourses are no longer adapted because other phenomena such as the insuffic read more...

Keywords: Monitoring System, Warning System, Flood, Runoff, Moody Flood, Flash Flood, Runoff Flooding, Sewer, IoT, LPWAN, LoRaWan, NB-IoT

Towards Performance of NLP Transformers on URL-Based Phishing Detection for Mobile Devices

JUSPN, volume-17 , Issue 1 (2022), PP 35 - 42

Published: 04 Aug 2022

DOI: 10.5383/JUSPN.17.01.005

by Hossein Shirazi, Katherine Haynes, Indrakshi Ray from Computer Science Department, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA and Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA

Abstract: Hackers are increasingly launching phishing attacks via SMS and social media. Games and dating apps introduce yet another attack vector. However, curr read more...

Keywords: Social Engineering Attack, Phishing Detection, Deep learning, Transformers, Mobile Application

Latest Articles of SWES

Key Issues/Challenges for Inland Water Transportation Network in India

SWES, volume-09 , Issue 2 (2017), PP 75 - 81

Published: 13 Nov 2017

by S. Praveen, J. Jegan from M.E (Construction Engineering & Management), Department of Civil Engineering, James College of Engineering & Technology, Nagercoil, Tamil Nadu, India, Professor & Head, Department of Civil Engineering, University College of Engineering Ramanathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract: The authors explore transport and trade as two broad service sectors of inland water resources. An attempt is made to find out the key issues and chal read more...

Keywords: Inland Water, Navigation, Transportation, National Waterways

Wastewater Treatment Analysis, Technology and Challenges in Sweden

SWES, volume-09 , Issue 2 (2017), PP 67 - 74

Published: 18 Oct 2017

by Otu, Ubong Etop from Department Of Marine Biology, Akwa Ibom State University P.M.B 1167, Uyo, Nigeria

Abstract: Wastewater treatment is an efficient technique that increases the reclamation and reuse of wastewater for other productive uses, thereby, reducing the read more...

Keywords: Water, Wastewater treatment, Grey wastewater, Sludge Management

Soil and Water Conservation in Thika-Chania catchment, Kenya

SWES, volume-09 , Issue 2 (2017), PP 59 - 65

Published: 04 Sep 2017

by Gathagu John Ng’ang’a, Mainya Johnstone Isiah, Oduor Brian Omondi, Khaldoon A. Mourad from Pan African University Institute for water and Energy Sciences, Tlemcen, Algeria, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Lund University, Lund, 22100

Abstract: Soil and water conservation measures are widely practiced in Kenya to tackle the degradation of the ecosystems and to improve land productivity. Local read more...

Keywords: Baseline survey, soil and water conservation, capacity building, degradation.

Modelling Water Demand and Efficient Use in Mbagathi Sub-Catchment Using Weap

SWES, volume-09 , Issue 1 (2017), PP 49 - 57

Published: 03 Apr 2017

by J. Nyika, G.N. Karuku, and R. N. Onwonga from Department of Land Resource Management and Agricultural Technology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Nairobi, P.O. Box 29053-00625, Nairobi, Kenya

Abstract: Water systems have complex component interactions necessitating development and evaluation of management amidst uncertainties of climate and constrain read more...

Keywords: water problems, necessitating development, evaluation of management, climate and constrained natural resources

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