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Emmanuel Akintunde Akinola Oyedele

Emmanuel Akintunde Akinola Oyedele

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The spatial variations, potential origin and associated health risks of some trace elements in groundwater of Ado-Ekiti southwestern Nigeria were evaluated. Sixty groundwater samples were evaluated for the concentration of some selected trace elements which includes Mn, Fe, Pb, Zn, Cu and Cr. The results were presented as spatial distribution maps...
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This article revealed an interesting issue on vibrational internal energy and Helmholtz free energy of metals. The relationship existing between the lateral strain and axial strain was taking into consideration during computation. Vibrational internal energy and Helmholtz free energy of metals was computed and studied based on the theory of free el...
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Integrated investigations involving remote sensing and geology have been conducted with the aim of modeling groundwater potential zones within Akure metropolis, Ondo State, Southwestern Nigeria. Groundwater potential zones were delineated with the help of remote sensing and geology. Land sat imageries were used for land use/land cover mapping and l...
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We present an efficient theoretical approach for computing the Gruneisen parameter of metals based on free electron theory. The experimental value of Fermi energy and the poisson ratio of metals is used for computation. The result obtained agree quite well with experimental value this prove that free electron theory is useful in theoretical predict...
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In this work, a theoretical model approach for computing magnetic moment of metals based on free electron theory is developed and used. Factors connecting compression to elongation during strain in metals is involved in the computation. The result obtained agree quite well with experimental value, this suggest that free electron theory is useful fo...
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This research was carried out within the Basement Complex terrain along Oluwole, off Akure High School, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria, with the aim to ascertain the reasons for the major cracks and sign of apparent failures observed in a building few years after its construction and usage. The geophysical investigation involved two electrical resistiv...
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A study was carried out to determine the Landsat ETM+, aeromagnetic and vertical electrical sounding (VES) data covering Ado-Ekiti with the intent of delineating the lithological contact, basement structures and aquifer systems in the area. The Landsat imagery generated was processed using PCI Geomatica software, aeromagnetic data procured was proc...
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In this present paper, the dynamic analysis of nonprismastic beams subjected to moving concentrated forces is investigated at constant speed. Two cases of load- beam interaction problems described by the Dirac delta function with constant and harmonic magnitude mobile forces are studied. The technique called Galerkin’s method in conjunction with in...
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Availability of groundwater often constitutes a problem in basement terrain because of its erratic occurrence. Incessant failures of boreholes have been reported in Ekiti East Local Government Area (EELGA), Southwestern Nigeria warranting evaluating its groundwater potential using a multi-criteria model that involved geology, resistivity and thickn...
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Groundwater samples were collected randomly from hand-dug wells in parts of Ado Ekiti metropolis and were subjected to its quality assessment and characterization. Physicochemical and bacteriological analyses were carried out following standard methods (APHA 2012). Hydrochemistry of the present study revealed relative mean concentration of the cati...
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This paper examines the application of the Dar Zarrouk parameter, the Coefficient of Anisotropy to Groundwater Potential Evaluation in a typical Basement Complex Terrain of Ado-Ekiti Southwest, Nigeria. A regional Geoelectric Depth sounding was carried out across the metropolis using the Schlumberger electrode array. Resistivity-depth image in term...
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Integrated investigations involving remote sensing and GIS have been conducted with the objective of achieving optimal results in sustainable groundwater development in Ado-Ekiti, south-western Nigeria. The hard rock terrain in the region presents challenges in groundwater exploration. Landsat imageries were used for landuse/landcover mapping and l...
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Vertical electrical sounding, well inventory and physicochemical analysis were conducted to evaluate soil corrosivity and aquifer protective capacity of overburden units in the basement complex terrain of Ado-Ekiti, southwestern Nigeria. The topsoil is composed of slightly corrosive materials at the eastern, southern and northeastern flanks and the...
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Saltwater intrusion into the coastal aquifer has long been recognized as a major threat to groundwater quality around the world. Groundwater evaluation of salt water intrusions in Igbokoda coastal area, southwestern Nigeria was carried out employing combined Horizontal Profiling and Vertical electrical sounding. Two traverses each with two sounding...
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Flexural vibrations of loaded beam subjected to mobile concentrated forces on variable elastic foundation is presented in this study. The governing fourth order partial differential equation is solved by the method of Generalized Galerkin's method (GGM) and the closed form solutions to the cases considered are obtained. Numerical analyses are perfo...
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The groundwater development of Federal Low Cost Housing Estate Okeho involved the use of schlumberger vertical electrical sounding technique. The result of the survey showed that qualitatively three major curve types H, QH and KH were observed. The geoelectric layers range from 3 to 4 while the quantitative interpretation resulted in deducing layer...

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