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2018 - 2019

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Volume 41, issue 4, 2018

Evaluation Of Velocity Variation In A Chute As A Function Of Roughness. Abstract: The present paper establishes numerical simulations with CFD packages for analyze the velocity variation as a function of roughness in a chute, and to determine the use of OpenFOAM® CFD package for this phenomenon. Experimental data was obtained from a physical hydraulic model with a smooth bottom and was compared with the results of numerical simulations from the CFD packages: ANSYS®, FLOW-3D® and OpenFOAM®. Subsequently, the roughness at the channel bottom was increased and new simulations were carried out for define the new velocity values. Increases in the resistance coefficient resulted in a significant reduction in velocity and the results of free open source OpenFOAM® are similar to those obtained in physical modeling as well as commercial software pp. 1-4 Downloads
Plua Frank, Hidalgo Victor, Ortega Patricio and Ruiz Marcelo
The Fault Locating System Of The High-Speed Maglev Train pp. 5-8 Downloads
Ji Wen, Liang Xiao, Zhong Yuquan, Fu Qingxiang and Chen Feng
The Researches Of Receiving A Pelleted Feed For Poultrybased On Binary Compositions. Abstract: Poultry farming in the Russian Federation is a dynamically and successfully evolving branch of agricultural production at the present stage of national economic development. The question of effective and efficient feeding in aviculture has always been a very acute problem. In the struc-ture of the final cost of products formation feeding stuffs reach 75% according to various es-timations. The most expensive in the production of feed mixtures are suchprotein components of the food ration as fish meal and bone tankage, soy and sunflower meal, protein additives and concentrates. However, as the study shows, the possibilities of such high-protein cultures, as soybean are not fully in use for feed production. Along with soybean and its processed prod-ucts, it is also possible to use food waste products from the meat and fish industry, in respect that the waste processing of poultry is more than 30% of the bird’s carcase weight. These com-ponents of the feedstuff are also quite valuable, because they are rich in high-grade protein and able to meet the daily demand of poultry in amino acids. Until now, it has not been paid enough attention to applied researches, related to obtaining binary soy-meat and bone meal, soy-fishbone meal, soy-herb and soy-luminaria feed mixtures. In such combinations, the mois-ture contained in the raw material is average and, therefore, it is possible, at least twice, to re-duce the energy costs for its removal during drying. At the same time, as a result of the analyti-cal review, it was revealed a contradiction between the desire and endeavor of producers to improve the efficiency of poultry production by finding rational methods of preparation, appli-cation of modern technologies and improved technical means in the preparation of feed pellets based on binary compositions on the one hand and a known level of scientific knowledge about the laws of obtaining meat-bone, fish-bone or vegetable-grass pastes, the processes of averaging of moisture in the binary compositions and mechanisms of formation of the final product, namely, seals, molding pellets with a low crumbling and their subsequent drying on the other hand. In this connection, studies aimed at improving lines for production of feed products in the form of protein-mineral and protein-vitamin compositions using soy component are relevant and have important economic significance. The presence of this problem is also due to the lack, at modern stage of development, of special equipment and technologies, as well as scientifical-ly-based data for the design and construction. The paper proposes the design of a promising device ¬- a press granulator designed for the preparation of granulated feed for poultry on the basis of soy-meat and bone compositions and the results of experimental studies pp. 9-11 Downloads
Sergey V. Shitov, Sergey M. Dotsenko, Vyacheslav G. Evdokimov, Ekaterina I. Resh-etnik, Zoya F. Krivutsa, Sergey N. Voyakin, Andrey S. Izhevskiy and Evgeny E. Kuz-netsov
The Prospective Processing Line For The Preparation Of Complete Feed For Long-Term Storage pp. 12-16 Downloads
S. V. Shchitov, R. L. Sharvadze, T. A. Krasnoshchekova, E. I. Reshetnik, L. I. Perepelkina, Yu. R. Samarina, E. E. Kuznetsov and N. A. Kapustina
Analyzing The Effect Of Heated Wall Surface Temperatures Combustion Chamber Deposit Formation pp. 17-21 Downloads
Van Viet Pham
A Review On Fuels Used For Marine Diesel Engines pp. 22-23 Downloads
Anh Tuan Hoang and Van Viet Pham
Experimental Determination Of Characteristics Of Crack-Resistance Of Disperse-Strengthened Composites Based On Non-Satutated Polyesters pp. 33-36 Downloads
Alena Y. Ershova, Elena L. Kuznetsova, Mikhail I. Martirosov and Lev N. Rabinskiy
Geometric Visualization of the Problem of Medical Diagnostics Biometric Data of the Biosensor Platform pp. 37-39 Downloads
Igor I. Koltunov, Anton V. Panfilov, A. Poselsky, Ivan V. Krechetov and Arkadiy A. Skvortsov
Influence Of Infrastructure Constraints On The Geometrical Layout Of A Long-Haul Aircraft pp. 40-45 Downloads
Mikhail Kuprikov and Lev N. Rabinskiy
Vertical Take-Off And Landing Aircrafts: Myth Or Reality Of Modern Aviation pp. 46-52 Downloads
Mikhail Kuprikov
Cross-Polar Routes As A Factor That Changed The Geometric Layout Of Long-Haul Aircrafts Flying Over Long Distances pp. 53-57 Downloads
Mikhail Kuprikov
Simulation Modeling Of Traffic For Various Types Of Traffic Lights Regulation In Conditions Of Intensive Traffic Of Vehicles pp. 58-61 Downloads
Dmitrii A. Zakharov, Dmitrii S. Karmanov and Alexey A. Fadyushin
Formation Of Spatial Thinking Of Future Engineers On The Basis Of Fundamental Graphics Training pp. 62-65 Downloads
Nina I. Krasovskaya, Natalia V. Bauer, Irina V. Shusharina and Anna A. Romanov
High Performance Water Treatment Technology For The Reservoir Pressure Maintenance At Oil Fields. Abstract:This article considers the problem of deterioration of permeability of reservoirs in the bottom-hole zone, as well as the problem of decrease of water intake capacity of water injection wells due to colmatation of pores and channels of the productive reservoir by the suspended solid particles that are present in water, which is injected in order to maintain the reservoir pressure. Author of this article has performed monitoring of corrosion, as well as supervision over the composition of injected water and analysis of mechanical impurities in the injected water at “Kumkol” oil-field, as well as at “Aryskum” and “Uzen” oil-fields. In addition, this article presents characteristics of the firm wells and analysis of dynamics of the main parameters from the very beginning of development of these wells. During preparation stage of this investigation, the author of this article has received the process patent on the method of deep cleaning of the reservoir waste waters, which contains suspended solid particles. The main task and technical result of this invention is to increase efficiency of treatment of field wastewater and produced waters, which contains suspended solid particles. The Author has proposed new method of deep treatment of the produced waters, which ensures capture of suspended solid particles pp. 66-81 Downloads
Dairabai Zh. Abdeli and Assel B. Seiden
Specific Features Of Research And Development Of The Passive Redundant Subsystems Of The Aircraft With Due Consideration Of Tolerances pp. 82-87 Downloads
Vyacheslav M. Grishin and Vu Trong Tuan
Low Cost Soft Robotic Grippers For Reliable Grasping pp. 88-95 Downloads
Amir Souhail and Passakorn Vassakosol
Analysis Of The Failure-Free Operation Of The Passive Redundant Subsystems Of The Aircraft With Due Consideration Of The Tolerances pp. 96-103 Downloads
Vyacheslav M. Grishin and Vu Trong Tuan
Ferrofluid Lubrication Of A Longitudinally Rough Rotating Circular Step Bearing pp. 104-111 Downloads
J. V. Adeshara, M. B. Prajapati, G. M. Deheri and R. M. Patel
Data Mining In Mechanics pp. 112-115 Downloads
Fedor K. Klashanov
Tracking Maximum Power Point For Photovoltaic System Using A Novel Differential Particle Swarm Optimization pp. 116-121 Downloads
Van Huong Dong, Thi Thom Hoang Hoang and Thanh Cong Pham

Volume 41, issue 3, 2018

Design Of Solid Waste Separation Equipment In Baghdad City pp. 1-5 Downloads
Nadhim M. Faleh and Itimad D J Azzawi
Numerical Analysis For (H-Q) Curve Of Centrifugal Pumps Using Natural And Constrained Cubic Spline Interpolations Abstract: This study is founded by numerical analysis to (H-Q) curve for centrifugal device pump with radial and axial flow fitted firstly with natural spline interpolation and secondly using reserved cubic interpolation spline. Two case studies are used, first one analyzed the (H-Q) curve for axial flow with high specific speed, NS, when the H-Q curve having undesirable dip due to incorrect design of the impeller. The second case study is the parallel operation for two devices (pumps) for different (H-Q) curves, the joint the curves of combination which having important point, until the suitable and working point which reached, the first one doesn’t transfer the flow. The second pump can begin to fund to the flow, it is for this reason that in such a case, the second pump should be started first and then the first pump, locate this point provides us with energy and maintenance costs. The results shown that the normal cubic interpolation which will useful to interpolate these types of curves to obtain the undesirable overshooting points than constrained cubic spline pp. 6-8 Downloads
Maher Abd Almeer Kadim, Riyad Jassim Tilefih and Adil Hameed Shakir
Fatigue Failure Analysis Of Bike Crank Arm Usi ng Solidworks Simulation pp. 9-13 Downloads
Chetan N Madivalar and Dr. Tony Shay
Research Of The Influence Of The Hook Load Of The Unstable Character On The Operating Indicators O f The Energy Means pp. 14-17 Downloads
Shchitov Sergey Vasilievich, Bumbar Ivan Vasilievich, Sennikov Vyacheslav Anatolievich, Sennikovа Natalia Nikolaevna, Prisyazhnaya Serafima Pavlovna and Kuznetsov Evgeny Evgenievich
Low Speed Rolling Bearing Diagnostics Using Acoustic Emission And Higher Order Statistics Techniques pp. 18-32 Downloads
O. Henry Omoregbee and P. Stephan Heyns
Energy, Economic And Environmental Impact Of Palm Oil Biodiesel In Malaysia. Abstract: Malaysia is among the lushest places on Earth with nearly countless varieties of flora and fauna residing within it. An interesting one being the palm oil tree, a stereotypically tropical sight. A specific variety of it known as Elaeis, is used to extract palm oil from it. Apart from being a nutrient rich vegetable oil consumed by people as an edible, it is also used to a lesser degree for refinement into biodiesel for energy. A tree so abundant in Malaysia and has the potential to be a viable energy source is definitely something that needs a closer examination of on its potential. Which is what this study aims to do pp. 24-26 Downloads
M. Faizal and S. Ateeb
Microstructures And Elements Distribution In T he Transition Zone Of Carbon Steel And Stainless Steel Welds pp. 27-31 Downloads
T.Nhung Le, M.Khanh Pham, A.Tuan Hoang and D.Nam Nguyen
Numerical Investigation Of Modified Savonius Wind Turbine with Various Straight Blade Angle pp. 38-42 Downloads
Khairil Anwar, Syukri Himran, Luther Sule and Nasruddin Azis
Influence Of Heat Treatment On The Absorbed Energy Of Carbon Steel Alloys Using Oil Quenching And Water Quenching pp. 43-46 Downloads
Bilal Mohammed Qasim and Ayad F. Hameed
Design And Development Of A Low-Cost 3D Metal Printer pp. 47-54 Downloads
N. A. Rosli, M. R. Alkahari, F. R. Ramli, S. Maidin, M. N. Sudin, S. Subramoniam and T. Furumoto
Experimental Investigations On Emissions Characteristics Of A Variable Compression Ratio Engine Operated On Dual Fuel Mode Using Diesel And Biodiesel (Obtained From Cotton Seed Oil And Rice Bran Oil) Abstract: The essential goal of this investigation was to break down the free oscillatory motion of dynamic systems and the powers related with the motion. This is the investigation of a free vibration of two states of a spring mass system that is un-damped and damped. Free vibration happens when a mechanical system is set in motion with an underlying info and permitted to vibrate unreservedly. Cases of this kind of vibration are pulling a kid back on a swing and lifting up or hitting a tuning fork and giving it a chance to ring. The mechanical system vibrates at least one of its regular frequencies and damps down to motionlessness. A definitive objective in the investigation of vibration is to decide its impact on the execution and security of the system concerned. Subsequently the investigation of oscillatory motions is an imperative advance towards this objective. The investigation demonstrates that damping proportion (ζ) is directly proportional to current. The lighter the current, the lighter the damping ratio, and the more grounded the damping power pp. 59-66 Downloads
Sundar. K, R. Udayakumar and Shashank Khurana
Controllable Vibrating System To Enhance The Performance Of Heat Pipe Evacuated Tube Solar Collector. Abstract: Mechanical vibration is used to excite a heat pipe evacuated tube solar collector (HP-ETSC), where two (HP-ETSC’s) are built identically to compare the performance of the solar collector with and without applying vibration. A controllable vibration system was designed and manufactured for increased the total collector efficiency. The vibration system consists of a motor with adjustable rotating unbalanced mass and a control circuit. The velocity (frequency) of the motor is controlled by mean of an Arduino circuit that applies the controlling signal in the form of pulses over a certain period of time. The vibration is applied on one of (HP-ETSC’s) and the other is left in static condition under Iraq winter climatic conditions. The enhancement on the thermal performance at different frequency values (2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 Hz) and the three volumetric water flow rates are discussed. Results indicated that the evaporation and condensation heat transfer coefficients increased with vibrational frequencies, and the vibrational frequencies effectiveness depended on the water flow rate and the working conditions. The two heat transfer coefficients, hot water temperature and the total collector effectiveness of the HP-ETSC with controllable vibration system increased by 40%, 20%, and 22% during the test conditions pp. 67-73 Downloads
Assaad Al Sahlani and Adel A. Eidan
Theoretical Justification Of Conditions Of Cutting Temperature Reduction At Grinding Of Materials pp. 74-81 Downloads
N. S. Gharaibeh, M. Matarneh, F. Al Quran, Novikov F.V., Klenov, O.s and Andilahay A.A.
Research On The Development Of Science And Technology Network Industry Based On Structural Equation Modeling pp. 82-90 Downloads
Aobo Jiang, Erin and Yu-Ching Lin
Improving And Analysis Turbine Wheel Of Turbocharger For HighPerformance Engines pp. 91-96 Downloads
Mohand Mosa Mohammad, Ahmed Esmael Mohan and Hiyam Adil Habeeb
Energy, Economic And Environmental Impact Of Waste-To-Energy In Malaysia pp. 97-101 Downloads
Am. Faizal, A. Amirah and Y. H. Tan Tan
Analysis And Innovation On Rdf Dryer Machine. Abstract: The function of vibration is to smooth the flow of hot air into the Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) which is put on the drying trays, so during drying process the door of drying chamber are not necessarily to be opened. The vibration components are placed just below the drying trays and consist of electrical motor, spring, total mass and unbalance mass which is connected to the motor shaft. RDF Dryer machine in this research would not take heat energy from coal fuel but from dried RDF fuel through shell and tube heat exchanger. Beside that, the research would not take electrical energy from government company but from micro hydro power plant. The objective of this research is to perform analysis and innovation on RDF dryer machine. This research uses observation, analysis and innovation methods and the material tested in the drying chamber was RDF. The total length of the RDF dryer machine is 5.8 m and its drying chamber has a dimension of: Length 4 m, Width 3 m, and Height 2 m. Based on the analysis and innovation result the optimal motion of the samples being dried occurred at angular speed near its natural frequency. Analysis heat Transfer was obtained that the average air temperature in the drying chamber could be achieved by the utilization of shell and tube heat exchanger. Shell and tube heat exchanger was made of aluminium material with a thickness of each material of 0.001 m. Analysis electrical energy was obtained that electrical power output more than required electrical energy by RDF dryer machine pp. 102-105 Downloads
La Ode Mohammad Firman, I Gede Eka Lesmana, Erlanda Augupta Pane and Ismail
Experımental Investigatıons On Performance Characterıstıcs Of A Varıable Compression Ratıo Engıne Operated On Dual Fuel Mode Usıng Dıesel And Bıodıesel (Obtaıned From Cotton S eed Oıl And Rıce Bran Oıl) pp. 106-113 Downloads
Sundar, K and Periasamy, R

Volume 41, issue 2, 2018

Application Of The Automated System-Cognitive Analysis For Solving Problems Of Genetics pp. 1-8 Downloads
E.V. Lutsenko, L.P. Troshin, A.S. Zviagin and A.V. Milovanov
Computer- Based Study Of Patterns In Fish Pond Ecosystem Evolution pp. 9-13 Downloads
Faisaly Komilov and Sai’alo Mirzoyev
Different Types Of Fillers In Fine Grained Concrete Made From Industrial Waste With Binding Material pp. 14-17 Downloads
A. A. Ismailov, R. B. Kudabayev and S. A. Saparov
Enhancement Of Industrial Waste Water Treatment Pro-Cess Using New Generation Filters pp. 18-21 Downloads
V.N. Zentsov Author-Workplace-Name:Ufa State Petroleum Technological University, Mendeleev St., 195, Ufa, Bashkortostan Republic, Russia, 450080, А.А. Sabitova, R.R. Sayfullin, Ju.S. Rayzer and М.V. Nazarov
Environment-Friendly Logging In The Context Of Water Logged Soil And Knob-And-Ridge Terrain pp. 22-27 Downloads
V. A. Ivanov, I.V. Grigorev, G.D. Gasparyan, A. Yu. Manukovskij, A.Y. Zhuk, O. A. Kunickaya and O. I. Grigor'ev
Improving Well Construction Efficiency In The Con-Text Of Drilling A Wellbore And A pay Zone: Primary And Secondary Drilling pp. 28-30 Downloads
Olga Savenok, Ashot Arutyunyan and Evgeniy Petrushin
Increasing The Efficiency of Use Of Wheeled Tractors With An Articulated Frame For Secondary Tillage pp. 31-34 Downloads
S. V. Shchitov, P. V. Tikhonchuk, I. V. Bumbar, Z. F. Krivuca, V. V. Samuilo, A. V. Yakimenko, E. E. Kuznetsov Author Email: kuznetsov.e@yahoo.comAuthor-Workplace-Name: Far Eastern State Agrarian University, Polytekhnicheskaya street, 86, Blagoveschensk, Russia and O. P. Mitrokhina
Increasing the logging Road Efficiency By Reducing The Intensity Of Rutting: Mathemetical Modeling pp. 35-41 Downloads
Andrei Y. Manukovskii, Viktor A. Ivanov, Garik D. Gasparyan, Marina L. Lapshina L. Lapshina, Julia A. Makarova, Konstantin A. Yakovlev and Ol’ga A. Kunickaya
Investigation Of The Process Of Dispersion Of Nano-Structured Paints Of Barrier Type pp. 42-48 Downloads
N. A. Apanovich, E. Y. Maksimova and A. V. Alekseenko author email:
Manufacturing Arbolitic Building Products Using Solar Energy pp. 49-55 Downloads
L. B. Aruova, A.B. Aruova, Zh. A. Shashpan, A.O. Utkelbaeva and N.B. Alibekov
Modeling And Analysis Of Disc Brake In Automobiles pp. 56-58 Downloads
Hayder H. Khaleel, Mohammed K. Khashan and Ali sh. Baqir
Optimize And Analysis Compressor Wheel Of Turbo Charger pp. 59-64 Downloads
Ali Salh Sawadi, Mohammed Mohsin Shkhair and Riyad Jassim Tilefih
Physical Models Of Solid Mass And Related Processes In Interaction With Foundations pp. 65-74 Downloads
Ye. I. Rogov, A. A. Kussainov and V. V. Gumenyuk
Physical Resources Prioritization pp. 75-81 Downloads
T. L. Veynbender and V. Kashintseva Kashintseva
The Impact Of Algorithms Of Forming Switching Functions Of The Control System In Matrix Frequency Converter On Output Voltage Thd pp. 82-86 Downloads
A. Bondarev, S. Fedorov, E. Muraveva, R. Kadyrov, P. Charikov and E. Shulaeva
Water Resources Of Transboundary Rivers Of The Republic Of Kazakhstan: Management Principles, Methods And Mechanism pp. 87-91 Downloads
A.A. Alzhanova, P.T. Baineeva, M.K. Seidakhmetov, Zh.S. Raimbekov and B.U. Syzdykbayeva
A Mini Review Of Using Oleophilic Skimmers For Oil Spill Recovery pp. 92-96 Downloads
Anh Tuan Hoang and Minh Quang Chau
Microstructure Change For Multi-Pass Welding Between Austenitic Stainless Steel And Carbon Steel pp. 97-102 Downloads
T. Nhung Le, M. Khanh Pham, A. Tuan Hoang, T.N. Mai Bui and D. Nam Nguyen Nguyen
Mechanical Characterization And Comparative Study On Polyester Composite Laminates Reinforced With Different Bio Waste Materials pp. 103-105 Downloads
C. M. Meenakshi and Dr. A. Krishnamoorthy
Cfd Simulation Of Sawdust Gasification On Open Top Thr oatless Downdraft Gasifier pp. 106-110 Downloads
Fajri Vidian, Rachmat Dwi Sampurno and Ismail
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