• Godwin barnabas's personal collection (2021). 1

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    We are happy to inform that Admission is open for the academic year 2021-2022 for the following UG and PG programs, B.E Civil Engineering, B.E Computer science Engineering, B.E [...]

  • (Select a year).

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    The main objective of FIBRE4YARDS project is to maintain European global leadership in ship building and ship maintenance, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 concept [...]

  • M. Zahr
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    Shock tracking, as an alternative method to shock capturing, aims to generate a mesh such that element faces align with shock surfaces and other non-smooth features to perfectly [...]

  • H. Digonnet, N. Aissa, L. Douteau, L. Silva
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • I. Toulopoulos
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    In this talk, we present continuous space-time finite element methods for solving quasilinear parabolic problems. We present a discretization error analysis. We present numerical [...]

  • A. Muixí, P. Díez, S. Zlotnik, A. Garcia
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • A. Veeser, C. Kreuzer
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

    Abstract
    In a posteriori error analysis, the relationship between error and estimator is usually spoiled by so-called oscillation terms, which cannot be bounded by the error. In order [...]

  • X. Zou, R. Sevilla, O. Hassan, K. Morgan
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • A. Li, B. Wintiba, J. Remmers, M. Geers, T. Massart
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • I. Fontana, D. Pietro, K. Kazymyrenko
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    We present an a posteriori error estimation based on a equilibrated H(div)-conforming stress reconstruction for unilateral contact problems without friction, discretized with [...]

  • S. Komala, R. Sevilla, O. Hassan
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • F. Legoll, L. Chamoin
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • P. Campos
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    This work is part of the ProTechTion project funded by MSCA - EU Horizon 2020, and consists of an Incremental Updated Lagrangian Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) framework, [...]

  • A. Iollo, G. Sambataro, T. Taddei
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • A. Berraies, F. Auricchio, H. Brummelen, F. Butera
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • G. Stankiewicz, C. Dev, P. Steinmann
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • C. Legentil, J. Pellerin, P. Cupillard, G. Caumon
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    In this work, we consider a relatively simple case of fluid monitoring in a subsurface gas reservoir. Seismic wave velocities for porous rocks vary depending on fluid saturation, [...]

  • A. Satheesh, C. Meier, W. Wall
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • M. Hubbard
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    This talk will present a method for achieving arbitrarily high orders of accuracy when approximating PDE-based moving boundary problems using finite element (and related) [...]

  • A. Verwee, L. Chamoin
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    The non-intrusive coupling method is a local analysis method that aims to separate the macroscopic and local scales both from mesh, operator, and loading viewpoints. This [...]

  • M. Berggren
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • A. Acri, M. Kronbichler, A. Garcia, P. Díez, W. Wall
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • O. Maltseva
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    Proposed method to investigate the ionospheric condition during disturbances by means of assimilation of total electron content into IRI-Plas model

  • A. Buffa, O. Chanon, R. Hernandez
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • G. Scovazzi, O. Colomés, A. Main, L. Nouveau
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

    Abstract
    The Shifted Boundary Method (SBM) belongs to the class of unfitted (or immersed, or embedded) finite element methods and was recently introduced for the Poisson, linear advection/diffusion, [...]

  • J. Wackers
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    This paper studies the introduction of adaptive grid refinement in the FINE/Marine simulation suite, in order to analyse the aspects of a mesh adaptation method which can [...]

  • Z. Samir, L. Chamoin, M. Abbas
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • E. Maunder, J. Almeida
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    We describe the formulation of a "super" macro equilibrium element which is free from spurious kinematic modes, and can provide a dual solution to a conforming displacement [...]

  • L. Hug, S. Kollmannsberger, J. Kirschke, M. Potten, G. Stockinger, K. Thuro, Z. Yosibash, E. Rank
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • W. Huang
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    The phase-field modeling and its adaptive moving mesh solution for studying initiation and propagation of brittle fracture will be presented. Challenges such as non-smoothness [...]

  • A. Caboussat, D. Gourzoulidis, M. Picasso
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

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    We consider a 2D parabolic Monge-Ampère equation, and aim at tracking stationary solutions. A time-stepping algorithm is advocated, together with a finite element space [...]

  • W. Haik, Y. Maday, L. Chamoin
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

    Abstract
    The Parameterized Background Data-Weak (PBDW) method is a non-intrusive, reduced basis, real-time and in-situ data assimilation framework for physical systems modeled by parametrized [...]

  • L. Chamoin, Z. Djatouti, J. Waeytens, P. Chatellier
    10th International Conference on Adaptative Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS).

  • A. Arisoy, M. Koç, A. Akpinar, D. Özsaraç, D. Sofyan
    Indonesian Journal of Sport Management (2021). 1

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    The aim of this study is to examine the aggression tendencies of elite karate athletes according to some variables. The sample group of the study was composed of 160 karate [...]

  • Collection of Heart & Vasculature (2021). 1

    Abstract
    Explicando a fondo las diferentes enfermedades valvulares, su diagnóstico, tratamiento y cómo podemos prevenirlas. Efectos y riesgos de someterse a una cirug[...]

  • A. Cornejo, A. Franci, F. Zárate, E. Oñate
    Computers & Structures (2021). Vol. 250, 106532

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    This paper presents a novel coupled formulation for fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems involving free-surface fluid flows, fracture phenomena, solid mutual contact [...]

  • A. Puigferrat, M. Masó, I. de-Pouplana, G. Casas, E. Oñate
    Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2021). Vol. 380, 113807

    Abstract
    We present a numerical method for solving advective–diffusive–absorptive problems with high values of advection and absorption. A Lagrangian approach based [...]

  • Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2021). Vol. 380, 113774

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    We present an overview of the Pseudo-Direct Numerical Simulation (P-DNS in short) method for the solution of multi-scale phenomena. The method can be seen as an adaptation [...]

  • (2021).

    Abstract
    his paper proposes a new vibration-based structural health monitoring method for the identification of delamination defects in composite bulkheads used in small-length fiber-based [...]

  • Y. Ghobadi Gholoujeh, H. Ghasemi, Y. ghobadi
    Collection of Sociological Proceeding (2021). 1

    Abstract
    The purpose of the present study is to examine the feasibility of Turkey’s accession to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in response to the EU's procrastination [...]

  • F. Gómez, L. Puentes, A. Sisto, A. Porco, P. Bentancourt
    Evaluación preliminar de la capacidad de desaromatización de aislados bacterianos sobre una corriente de refinería (Light Cycle Oil) (2020). Vol. 6, N◦ 19, 128–136

    Abstract
    Light Cycle Oil (LCO) is a by-product of Fluidized Catalytic Fractionation (FCC) considered a poor-quality diesel due to its high content of sulfur (3 % by weight) and aromatic [...]

  • Energía geotérmica, fuentes minero-medicinales (2020). Vol. 6, Nro. 19, 121-127

    Abstract
    Geothermal energy is presented through different sources and has various uses, such as hot springs, which can be classified based on geological origin (magmatic and telluric), [...]

  • R. Barsoum, . PhD, . PE
    Cold Fusion in Ceramic (2021).

    Abstract
    Cold Fusion can be generated by a unique Ceramic of Hydrated Alkali Aluminum Silicates (Ref. 2). We have shown that a standard battery electrolyte can be used with either [...]

  • Olga Maltseva's personal collection (2021). 1

    Abstract
    In studies of the ionosphere, empirical models play no less a role than experimental data. The most common is the IRI model [1], which describes well the behavior of such [...]

  • A. Puigferrat, I. de-Pouplana, F. Amatto, E. Oñate
    Building and Environment (2021). Vol. 199, 107910

    Abstract
    We present a procedure for coupling the uid and transport equations to model the distribution of a pollutant in a street canyon, in this case, black carbon (BC). The fluid [...]

  • INSPIREE: Indonesian Sport Innovation Review (2021). https://www.inspiree.review/index.php/inspiree/article/view/41/33

    Abstract
    The purpose of the study. This study aims to determine how high the level of training motivation of athletes when carrying out training. The background of this research is [...]

  • This presentation was made on 15th of April 2021 at the B2B event "Industria náutica".

    Abstract
    The main objective of FIBRE4YARDS project is to maintain European global leadership in ship building and ship maintenance, through implementation of the Shipyard 4.0 concept [...]

  • (2021).

    Abstract
    Identification of risk factors is crucial to find ways to reduce rabies deaths. We investigated the hospital records of rabies deceased through contact tracing of the relatives [...]

  • M. Khanom, S. Ghosh
    (2021).

    Abstract
    Tuberculosis (TB) affects the most productive age group people, resulting in economic loss to the individual and their family, particularly in developing countries. This study [...]

  • R. Sarker, M. Khan, M. Tareq, S. Ghosh, S. Chowdhury, S. Ghosh
    (2021).

    Abstract
    Antimicrobial resistance is common in low-middle-income countries caused by inappropriate and irrational use of antibiotics in humans and animals. Bangladesh has very limited [...]

  • B. Sarker, |. Ghosh, |. Chowdhury, |. Dutta, . |, S. Ghosh
    (2021).

    Abstract
    Salmonellosis in poultry is an important disease that seriously impedes the development of the poultry industry. The increased resistance to antimicrobials against Salmonella [...]

  • S. Chowdhury, |. Aleem, |. Khan, . |, S. Ghosh
    (2021).

    Abstract
    Zoonotic diseases cause repeated outbreaks in humans globally. The majority of emerging infections in humans are zoonotic. COVID19 is an ideal example of a recently identified [...]

  • H. Teimouri, J. gharibi, A. Hosseinzadeh, A. Pooya
    Collection of European Research on Management and Business Economics (2021). 1

    Abstract
    '''Background''': The objective of this study is to design an purposeful marketing model based on customer clustering of companies active in the field [...]

  • R. Flores, M. Burhani, E. Fantino
    Alexandria Engineering Journal (2021). Alexandria Engineering Journal (2021) 60, 2661–2676

    Abstract
    Fast and precise propagation of satellite orbits is required for mission design, orbit determination and payload data analysis. We present a method to improve the computational [...]

  • J. Massa, A. Giudici
    Revista Internacional de Desastres Naturales, Accidentes e Infraestructura Civil (2009). Rev. Int. de Desastres Naturales, Accidentes e Infraestructura Civil. Vol. 9(1-2)

    Abstract
    When designing systems for the transportation and distribution of gas, safety is one of the main issues to be considered. In order to minimize potential hazards, this subject is [...]

  • J. Massa, A. Giudici
    Revista Internacional de Desastres Naturales, Accidentes e Infraestructura Civil (2010). Rev. Int. de Desastres Naturales, Accidentes e Infraestructura Civil. Vol. 10(2)

    Abstract
    When designing systems for the transportation and distribution of gas, safety is one of the main issues to be considered.  In order to minimize potential hazards, this [...]

  • E. Quezon, A. Ibanez
    American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture (2021). vol. 9, no. 1 (2021): 23-33. doi: 10.12691/ajcea-9-1-4.

    Abstract
    This research aims to identify and analyze the various factors affecting construction labor productivity covering the period from December 9, 2020, to January 31, 2021, [...]

  • C. Felippa, E. Oñate
    Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering (2021). Vol. 28(3), pp. 2021-2081

    Abstract
    Several methods to derive accurate Timoshenko beam finite elements are presented and compared. Two application problems are examined: linear elastostatics and linearized prebuckling [...]

  • L. Wang, X. Zhang, F. Zaniboni, E. Oñate, S. Tinti
    Mathematical Geosciences (2021). Vol. 53, pp. 81–103

    Abstract
    Notwithstanding its complexity in terms of numerical implementation and limitations in coping with problems involving extreme deformation, the finite element method (FEM) [...]

  • J. Meng, X. Zhang, S. Utili, E. Oñate
    Geomorphology (2021). Vol. 381, pp. 107666

    Abstract
    Cliff recession poses a significant threat to the built environment, transportation infrastructure and land use. In this paper, a novel computational framework called the [...]

  • S. Ali, F. Ahmad, P. Yusoff, N. Muhamad, E. Oñate, M. Raza, K. Malik
    Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing (2021). Vol. 144, pp. 106357

    Abstract
    Heat dissipation remains a key challenge to be addressed, determining the performance and durability of smart electronic devices. Graphene reinforced metal matrix composites [...]

  • F. Muñoz, J. Mora-Serrano, I. Valero, E. Oñate
    Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering (2021). Vol. 28, pp. 689–711

    Abstract
    The construction industry has traditionally been characterised by the high diversity of its agents and processes, high resistance to change and low incorporation of technology [...]

  • A. Mulatu, E. Quezon, O. Gudina
    Australian Journal of Civil Engineering (Select a year). Adamu Mulatu , Emer Tucay Quezon & Oluma Gudina (2020): Evaluation of the HMA performance using combined effects of marble waste dust filler and superpave aggregate gradation, Australian Journal of Civil Engineering. 12(1); 1-11, Doi: 10.1080/14488353.2020.1854942

    Abstract
    During the fabrication of new products, a variety of wastes discharged and stored by causing harsh environmental problems. The marble processing plant is amongst the industrial [...]

  • B. Tadele, E. Quezon
    Australian Journal of Civil Engineering (2021). Biruk Tadele & Emer Tucay Quezon (2021): Evaluation of waste engine oil rejuvenation for highly short term aged asphalt binder, Australian Journal of Civil Engineering, DOI: 10.1080/14488353.2021.1896124

    Abstract
    The aging property of the asphalt binder is time-dependent. A time-dependent short-term aging property of 80/100 penetration grade bitumen and the possibility of waste engine [...]

  • T. Bakala, E. Quezon, M. Yasin, S. contributions
    Journal of Engineering Research and Reports (2021). Tariku Tafari Bakala, Emer Tucay Quezon and Mohammed Yasin. Statistical Analysis on Shear Strength Parameter from Index Properties of Fine-grained Soils. Journal of Engineering Research and Reports. 2021; 20(4): 15-28. DOI: 10.9734/JERR/2021/v20i417291

    Abstract
    Shear strength is the essential engineering property of soil required to analyze and design foundations, retaining walls, bridges, embankment, and related infrastructure. [...]

  • S. Assen, E. Quezon
    American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture (2019). Seada Mohammed Assen, and Emer Tucay Quezon, “Model-Based Urban Road Network Performance Measurement Using Travel Time Reliability: A Case Study of Addis Ababa City, Ethiopia.” American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, vol. 7, no. 5 (2019): 202-207. doi: 10.12691/ajcea-7-5-2.

    Abstract
    In heterogeneous traffic conditions, the performance of the road network is described by vehicles and driver characteristics. Nowadays, traffic congestion, delay, and unreliability [...]

  • S. Leleisa, E. Quezon, T. Wedajo
    American Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (2018). Sentayehu Leleisa, Emer Tucay Quezon, Teyba Wedajo. Performance Evaluation of Grade Separation Within the Selected Major Intersection in Addis Ababa City. American Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering. Vol. 3, No. 3, 2018, pp. 41-49. doi: 10.11648/j.ajtte.20180303.11

    Abstract
    Urban City Traffic Management introduced various remedies to decongest traffic and to reduce the severity of accidents, such as providing traffic signal controls at the intersecting [...]

  • . Abstract, E. Quezon
    Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Ethiopian Road Safety (RSC2018) (2018). Seifeddin Haji, Prof. Emer T. Quezon, Murad Mohammed, Biruk Yigezu. Traffic Safety Evaluation on Urban Road Un-signalized Intersection using Proactive Approach: A Case Study in Adama City. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Ethiopian Road Safety (RSC2018) Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, August 23-24, 2018

    Abstract
    Deaths and injuries as a result of road accidents are a recognized global problem and authorities are aware of the consequences this global phenomenon might lead to. Because [...]

  • H. Alemgena, P. Quezon, T. Kumela, E. Quezon
    International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (2018). Alemgena, H.; Quezon, ET.; Kumela, T. Investigation of Pedestrian Safety Problems and Its Countermeasures: A Case Study in Nekemte City, Ethiopia. International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research. 2018; 8(2): 58-64

    Abstract
    The actual growth of urban economic activities and simple movements of peoples and goods measured through its primary transport system. The requirements of the pedestrian [...]

  • S. Wayessa, E. Quezon, T. Kumela
    Journal of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering (2017). Shiferaw Garoma Wayessa, Emer Tucay Quezon, Tarekegn Kumela. Analysis of Stress- Strain and Deflection of Flexible Pavements Using Finite Element Method Case Study on Bako-Nekemte Road. Journal of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Vol. 2, No. 4, 2017, pp. 100-111. doi: 10.11648/j.jccee.20170204.11

    Abstract
    In Ethiopia, the failure of roads is before the handover period. Most roads found in Ethiopia are flexible pavements. Nowadays, the failure of the surface of flexible pavement [...]

  • M. Jia, Y. Su, Z. Zuo, Y. Zhan*, Y. Xu, D. Xiang, . Diamond20210
    Diamond20210's personal collection (2021). 1

    Abstract
    Saving energy and low carbon strategy has becoming the future trend of manufacturing industry. Cutting process in mechanical manufacturing has the characteristics of heavy [...]

  • D. Brkić, Z. Stajić
    Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (2021). 9(3), article 331.

    Abstract
    Offshore oil and gas operations carry a high risk of explosions, which can be efficiently prevented in many cases. The two most used approaches for prevention are: (1) the [...]

  • M. Amon, M. Radić, Z. Stajić, D. Brkić, P. Praks
    Water (2021). 13(6), article 796.

    Abstract
    In the absence of a flowmeter or due to its inaccuracy, the flow rate at the discharge section of the pipeline following the observed pump can be roughly estimated if the [...]

  • G. Danbala, E. Quezon, G. Kebede
    American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture (2019). Guyo Konso Danbala, Emer Tucay Quezon, and Getachew Kebede, “Calcined Termite Hill Clay Powder: As Partial Cement Replacement in Production of C-25 Grade Concrete.” American Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, vol. 7, no. 3 (2019): 128-134. doi: 10.12691/ajcea-7-3-2.

    Abstract
    Cement is one of the components of concrete plays a great role in the construction industry. Nevertheless, it is the most expensive and environmentally unfriendly material. [...]

  • F. Wagaw, P. Quezon, A. Geremew, E. Quezon
    The International Journal of Engineering and Science (2018). Fisseha Wagaw, Prof. Emer Tucay Quezon, Anteneh Geremew. Evaluation of the Performance of Brick Dust as a Filler Material for Hot Asphalt Mix Design: A Case Study in Jimma Zone. The International Journal of Engineering and Science. 2018; 7(3): 64-72. DOI:10.9790/1813-0703026472

    Abstract
    A bituminous paving mixture is a mixture of coarse aggregate, fine aggregate, and bitumen mixed in suitable proportion to result in a strong and durable mix in order to withstand [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2016). Tarekegn Kumala, Prof. Emer T. Quezon, Bogale Shiferaw. Effect of Cycle Time and Signal Phase on Average Time Delay, Congestion and Level of Service: A Case Study at Hager Astedader Signalized Intersection in Addis Ababa. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2016; 7(10): 524-530.

    Abstract
    High urbanization rate and Economic development have caused many challenges to transportation systems. Among these, long time delay and high fuel consumption of vehicles at [...]

  • D. Abdella, T. Abebe, P. Quezon, E. Quezon
    GSJ (2017). Dino Abdella, Tadesse Abebe, Prof. Emer Tucay Quezon. Regression Analysis of Index Properties of Soil as Strength Determinant for California Bearing Ratio (CBR). GSJ. 2017; 5(6): 1-12

    Abstract
    Investigation of the variation in different soil types and origins is an essential task for Geotechnical engineers. To overcome the effects of this change, the Geotechnical [...]

  • GJS (2017). Galeta Chala, Prof. Emer Tucay Quezon, Tarekegn Kumela. Effects of human behaviors and geometric factors in road traffic accidents: a case study along Sululta-Fiche road, Ethiopia. GSJ: 2017; 5(11). 163-172

    Abstract
    A road traffic accident was one of the severe problems which are affecting once’s a country and leading to death, injuries and property damage resulted in economic loss. [...]

  • M. Gurara, K. Getachew, E. Quezon, E. Quezon
    International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (2017). Mikiyas. J Gurara, Kabtamu Getachew, Emer Quezon. Effectiveness of using Geosynthetic Material for Improvement of Road Construction and Performance - Case Study on Adis Ababa. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology. 2017; (6)2: 640-642

    Abstract
    The research is concerned with the Effectiveness of geosynthetic to improve the performance of the pavement. It has been done on road construction projects under Addis Ababa [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2016). Yonas Ketema, Prof. Emer T. Quezon, Getachew Kebede. Cost and Benefit Analysis of Rigid and Flexible Pavement: A Case Study at Chancho –Derba-Becho Road Project. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2016; 7(10): 181-188

    Abstract
    Road construction projects have been implemented all over Ethiopia as part of the national development plan. Roads are one of the country’s basic infrastructural facilities [...]

  • A. Dunffa, E. Quezon, E. Agon
    American Journal of Civil Engineering (2017). Anwar Kassahun Dunffa, Emer Tucay Quezon, Elmer De Castro Agon. Comparative Study of Labor-Based Method and Machine-Based Method at Rural Road Construction and Maintenance in Jimma Zone, Oromia Region, Ethiopia. American Journal of Civil Engineering. Vol. 5, No. 4, 2017, pp. 212-219. doi: 10.11648/j.ajce.20170504.13

    Abstract
    The construction of physical infrastructure is contributory to poverty alleviation in every country. The road is one of the major components which is very significant in Ethiopia [...]

  • Y. Mamuye, E. Quezon, A. Geremew
    GSJ (Select a year). Yibas Mamuye, Emer Tucay Quezon, Anteneh Geremew. Combined Effects of Molasses-Lime Treatment on Poor Quality Natural Gravel Materials Used for Sub-Base and Base Course Construction. GSJ: V2018; 6(7): 621-633

    Abstract
    At the time of industrial development, the production of large amounts of wastage required proper disposal. To reduce the disposal problem, utilization of wastage in construction [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2017). Damtew Tsige, Prof. Emer T. Quezon, Dr. Kifle Woldearegay. Geotechnical Conditions and Stability Analysis of Landslide Prone Area: A Case Study in Bonga Town, South-Western Ethiopia. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2017; 8(4): 239-248

    Abstract
    There were several slides and associated ground subsidence which brought significant impact on the cracking of walls and floor of several private and governmental buildings [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2017). Abenezer Takele, Emer T. Quezon, Tadesse Abebe. Investigation of the Damping Ratio and Shear Modulus of Soil along Light Rail Transit Route in Megenagna-Hayat Road. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2017; 8 (1):111-122

    Abstract
    Soil vibration may also cause by the movement of heavy vehicles and train, which affect adjacent structures along the route. The response of soils for incoming vibration from [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2017). Amare, Y.; Quezon, ET.; Busier, M. Causes of Delays During Construction Phase of Road Projects due to the Failures of Contractor, Consultant, and Employer in Addis Ababa City Road Authority. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2017; 8(3): 15-25.

    Abstract
    Construction delay considered as one of the most recurring problems in the implementation of construction projects. It is widely known to have an adverse impact on project [...]

  • A. Achalu, E. Quezon, G. Macarubbo
    Effect of Time Duration by Vibrating or Tamping Fresh Concrete on the Compressive Strength (Select a year). Afework Achalu, Emer Tucay Quezon, Gerry Bangayan Macarubbo. A Study on the Effect of Time Duration by Vibrating or Tamping Fresh Concrete on the Compressive Strength of C-25 Concrete. American Journal of Construction and Building Materials. Vol. 2, No. 2, 2017, pp. 40-47. doi: 10.11648/j.ajcbm.20170202.11

    Abstract
    Many years ago, consolidation accomplished by laborers wielding a variety of spades, tampers, and similar tools. In Ethiopia, there is no enough knowledge by the laborers, [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2016). Zenebe, E.; Quezon, ET.; Mosisa, A. Contract claim Analysis on Building Construction Project in Addis Ababa: A case study at Yeka Sub City. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2016; 7(7): 1154-1160

    Abstract
    Contract claims are an inevitable fact of life in the construction industry. Contract claims are one of the problems that construction projects may face. Claims might cause [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2016). Fekele, L.; Quezon, ET.; Macarubbo, YC. Evaluation of Health and Safety Practice in Building Construction: A Case Study in Addis Ababa. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2016; 7(10): 122-131

    Abstract
    The construction industry has been seen as one of the hazardous industries. This is because the industry has a poor health and safety performance record compared to other [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2016). Befkadu, A.; Quezon, ET.; Busier, M. Assessment on the effects of weather change on road construction planning at some selected projects in Addis Ababa and Oromia. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2016; 7(12): 134-145.

    Abstract
    Road construction in Ethiopia is in high demand to meet its short and long-term goals in infrastructure development programs. The road network is constructed radiating outwards [...]

  • N. Ganjealivand, F. Ghapani, A. Zaherzadeh, F. Hormozinejad
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2021). Vol. 37, (2), 29

    Abstract
    In this article, two parameter estimation using penalized likelihood method in the linear mixed model is proposed. In addition, by considering the stochastic linear restriction [...]

  • J. Gutiérrez Romero, S. Ruiz-Capel, J. Esteve-Perez, B. Zamora-Parra, J. Luna-Abad
    NICESHIP PROJECT (2021). 1

    Abstract
    Photogrammetry data-sets corresponding to the model basin experiments carried out within the NICESHIP project.

  • (2017). Current Topics in Virology

    Abstract
    Vaccines are critical components for protecting HIV-infected adults from an increasing number of preventable diseases. However, missed opportunities for vaccination among [...]

  • (2017). Current Trends in Immunology

    Abstract
    Most patients starting highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) show suppression of HIV replication below the level of detection (currently <50 HIV-1 RNA copies/mL [...]

  • P. Quezon, E. Quezon
    International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences (2019). Worku Firomsa, Prof. Emer Tucay Quezon; (2019). “PARAMETRIC MODELLING ON THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ATTERBERG LIMITS AND COMPACTION CHARACTERISTICS OF FINE-GRAINED SOILS.” International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences, 8(7), 1-20. https:// www.garph.co.uk

    Abstract
    Compaction is one of the essential engineering techniques, performed to assure the stability of soils based on specified strength. However, in most construction projects such [...]

  • International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research (2016). BinyamLetarge, Emer T. Quezon, Yolente C. Macarubbo. Evaluation on the Performance of Lowest Responsive Bid Contract and the Quality of Materials Used on Governmental Building Projects in Jimma Town. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. 2016; 7(12): 60-73

    Abstract
    Construction industry participants have started recognizing that accepting the least bid price does not guarantee maximum value. Continuous problems of inferior quality of [...]

  • V. Kulyabko
    WCCM-ECCOMAS2020.

    Abstract
    The paper considers the features of nonlinear modeling of problems of dynamics of structures at different stages: design, testing and operation. Recommendations are given [...]

  • A. Ferrero, F. Masseni, L. Muscarà, D. Pastrone
    WCCM-ECCOMAS2020.

  • W. J. Vankan, W. Lammen, E. Baalbergen
    WCCM-ECCOMAS2020.

    Abstract
    Against the background of the big environmental and societal challenges as formulated for example in Flightpath 2050, current developments in aircraft design are aiming at [...]

  • L. Liu
    WCCM-ECCOMAS2020.

    Abstract
    In this paper, we introduce a bi-fidelity stochastic collocation (SC) method for the linear transport equation with diffusive scaling and high-dimensional random inputs characterized [...]

  • F. Grubert, M. Nuño, K. Schröder
    WCCM-ECCOMAS2020.

    Abstract
    De-icing of general aviation aircraft is usually realized by chemical or thermal processes. These lead to an increase in fuel consumption or usage of electrical energy. Mechanical [...]