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ARID ZONE JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
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179 Publications
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OpenAIRE Basic (DRIVER OA)
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  • Influence of Production Variables on Eco-Friendly Briquettes from Coconut and Bambara Nut Shells

    This study investigates the influence of production variables on the properties of molasses-induced fuel briquettes from Coconut (Cocos nucifera L.) and Bambara nut (Vigna subterranea L. Verdc.) shells. The milled samples of both raw materials were mixed with molasses at ratios 100:20, 100:25, 100:30 and 100:35 by weight respectively, and briquetted using a Jack press at an average pressure of 1.2KN/m2. A 3x4 factorial experiment in completely randomized design was used. The briquettes produc...

    COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT METHODS FOR DETERMINING SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY ON ALLUVIAL FLOODPLAIN SOILS IN A SEMI ARID ENVIRONMENT

    Soil saturated hydraulic conductivity is an important parameter for flow and transport related processes in the soil but the different methods of its measurement vary under different field conditions. The performance of three in situ  methods were evaluated at 20, 40 and 80 cm depths on an alluvial floodplain soil classified as fine loamy isohyperthermic aeric Trapaquept. TheGuelph permeameter method gave the lowest estimates of saturated hydraulic conductivity, possibly because of small samp...

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    From the Editor’s Desk We are happy to announce the publication of Volume 13(2), April 2017 of our Journal. The issue showcases articles from the fields of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering and computer Engineering. Contributors from other Engineering fields, investigators working in the Energy field and those providing solutions to problems arising from global warming, desertification and flood disaste...

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    The Editorial Board of AZOJETE is happy to publish this 8th volume of our Journal. This was made possible by the enormous contributions from our reviewers around the country.   This volume showcases articles from mainly the fields of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Food Science and Technology, Geology, Physics and Mechanical Engineering. We welcome contributions from all other fields of Engi...

    REVIEW OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTIVITY OF DRYLAND FARMING SYSTEMS THROUGH FURROW DIKING

    In areas where crop production is limited by low and variable rainfall, the search continues for cultural practices that conserve soil and water while maintaining or improving crop yield and quality. One of such practices is furrow diking (also known as tied-ridging, furrow damming, basin tillage or micro basin tillage). The practice involves constructing small earthen dams or dikes at certain intervals in furrowed fields to capture potential runoff water, thus increasing the ponding period f...
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