Science topics: Engineering
Engineering - Science topic
This research group is created with an intention of making an interaction among the research scholars, professors, scientists, engineers & technologists working in the field of Engineering, so that today’s novel ideas can become reality of tomorrow and these all can be implemented in a more constructive manner for the welfare of whole mankind
Questions related to Engineering
The question of whether the engineering syllabus in India is outdated has been a subject of debate and discussion for several years. Critics argue that the traditional engineering curriculum in India places excessive emphasis on theoretical knowledge while often neglecting practical skills and real-world applications. This approach has been seen as less relevant in an era marked by rapid technological advancements and the need for multidisciplinary expertise. Moreover, the syllabus was criticized for not keeping pace with evolving industry demands and global standards. Some argue that it should incorporate more practical, hands-on experiences, emphasize soft skills like communication and teamwork, and adopt a more global perspective. It's worth noting that efforts to reform and modernize engineering education were underway, with organizations like the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and universities working on curriculum revisions.
Nevertheless, whether the syllabus is truly outdated or not may vary across institutions and engineering disciplines, and opinions on this matter continue to evolve.
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1. Prakash K.B.,Data science handbook: A practical approach,2022,Data Science Handbook: A Practical Approach
2. Prakash K.B.,Quantum Meta-Heuristics and Applications,2021,Cognitive Engineering for Next Generation Computing: A Practical Analytical Approach
3. Prakash K.B.,Information extraction in current Indian web documents,2018,International Journal of Engineering and Technology(UAE)
4. Prakash K.B.,Content extraction studies using total distance algorithm,2017,Proceedings of the 2016 2nd International Conference on Applied and Theoretical Computing and Communication Technology, iCATccT 2016
5. Prakash K.B.,Mining issues in traditional indian web documents,2015,Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Engineering for One Planet is an authoritative framework for universities of technology, but it may not be the best or the most transformative one. I wonder what experts in sustainable education, engineering ethics, reflexive engineering, etc. think about it and whether they could recommend better alternatives.
Complex graphical sketches are highly involved in Culmann's methods. Therefore, it is highly prone for getting deviations in magnitudes for resultant pressure on retaining wall. I would like to get suggestions from RG colleagues on why Culmann's graphical approach is mostly preferred in many research papers albeit Rankine's method is easy and precise in terms of equations and substitutions. I would welcome answers from both theoretical and practical perspectives.
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I want to calculate Rayleigh number and Nusselt number of a PCM-heatsink to analyze the intensity of the natural convection of PCM. There are some fins inside my heatsink to enhance the heat transfer. Now I am having trouble calculating the characteristic length to use in Rayleigh and Nusselt dimensionless numbers.
I would be grateful if you could help me.
Urgent reform is needed for all higher education in the world for the interest of the students ! Of course fine-art majors' students may need sometimes even face to face, one to one study with their academicians !
The Ricci tensor assumes the role of helping us understand curvature. Within my Universal Theory research, the Ricci tensor unveils itself. I was pleased to find as detailed in my research document on the Grand Unified Theory Framework (of which advancements in technology are showing there may be more than one viable form of as science progresses)that the Ricci Tensor was typically vanishing to zero in relation to the schwarzschild metric as it should back when I was performing feasibility and speciousness checks via calculations with other experts and myself. But in practical applications of the Grand Unified Theory Framework, vanishing to zero unravels very intriguing consequences.
One of said consequences was something small and interesting I wanted to discuss. The purpose is to highlight the intricacies of implementing such a highly comprehensive concepts in practical settings such as code. To thus detail the challenges researchers may face when translating comprehensive physics and mathematics formulations into concrete applications. More often than not I have found it requiring innovative adaptations and problem-solving. I also want to hear if anyone has any experience with similar things and what their experience was.
My recent amd past ventures into authenticating the Universal Theory framework in code but also writing complex neural networking and AI code with it, as well as Quantum computing code had a lot of interesting hurdles. I immersed myself in the depths of this then encountered a peculiar happenstance. The vanishing of the Ricci tensor to zero in the code procceses. I didn't realize why a lot of the code wasn't working. It's because I was trying to run iterative artificial learning code. And since it incorporated the Universal Theory, and did so in a mathematically accurate way (also authenticating it in various ways via code this way is possible) I didn't realize that no matter what I did the code would never work with the full form of the theory, because the Ricci tensor would always vanish to zero in terms of the schwarzschild metric within the subsequent processes running off initial code. And while this was validating for my theory it was equally frustrating to realize it may be a massive hurdle to institutingnit in code.
This unexpected twist threw me into a world where certain possibilities seemed to evaporate into the ether. The task of setting values for the tensor g_ij (the einstein tensor form utilized in the Grand Unified Theory Framework) in code had to demand a lot of intricate modifications.
I found myself utterly lost. I thought the code was specious. Before I thought to check the ricci tensor calculations, Christoffel and Riemann formations and got it running. I think it's quite scary in a way that someone could have similar code with my own or another form of Unified Theory but if they didn't have THAT sufficient of knowledge on relativity, they may never know the code worked. I feel few have attempted to embrace the tangible variations of complex frameworks within code. I wanted to share this because I thought it was interesting as an example of multidisciplinary science. Coding and physics together is always interesting and there isn't a whole lot of support or information for people venturing into these waters sometimes.
I would like to know what everyone thinks of multidisciplinary issues such as this as well, wherein one may entirely miss valuable data by not knowing what to look for, and how that may affect final results and calculations of research and experimentation. In this situation, ultimately I had to employ some of the concepts in my research document to arrive at the Ricci tensor without any formations of Christoffel or Riemann symbols in the subsequent processes. I thought that was interesting from a physics and coding perspective too. Because I never would've know how to parse this code to get it functioning without knowledge of relativity.
Q1: Would you like to know many innovative keys and many facts about the words that you speak, use, utilize, and develop?
Here is an open invitation to Join:
Unified Word Engineering (UWE))
Unified Word Engineering (UWE) Overview
“A Word is the foundation stone of science and knowledge.”
“A word is a guide for all nations to follow.”
“A Word for freedom is like a fortress and a shield.”
We have more than 300 questions to answer about a Word:
Do you know the true meaning of a Word?
Do you understand what a Word is?
Do you know the ultimate goal of a Word?
Would you happen to know the functional requirements?
Do you know the nonfunctional requirements?
The answer to all the previous questions is: NO.
We have discovered unified and constant innovations based on our discoveries of more than 50 intrinsic and inventive factors called “Innovative keys,” more than 100 new pieces of information per Word, and we have answered more than 300 questions about any word about (a Word).
A word can be documented with more than fifty new innovative keys and a lot of new data in three to more than five thousand pages.
“A word is closely related to art, science, and engineering.”
“A word does not have synonyms and will be treated as unified, fixed, and unique.”
What is the art of a Word?
It raises other questions, including new science called the “Art of Abstraction.”
What is the significance of a Word?
What is the value of a Word?
What are the advantages and ethics of a Word?
What are the aesthetic qualities of a Word?
What is the final and comprehensive definition of any word?
What are the uses of a Word technically?
What is the science of a Word?
It raises other questions, including the result of a new branch of science called Fayad’s Dictionary.
What is a word classification?
What is the unifying goal of any word?
Hint One: It is the only goal for all the Word scenarios.
Hint Two: Most Words have one goal, a few words have two goals each, and scarce Words have three goals each.
Hint Three: Each goal represents a system. Therefore, if a Word has three goals, it means three systems.
What are the positive impacts of the unified goal of any word?
What is the commotion for any word?
Do you know what reliable sources are for any word?
What is the Word’s responsibility?
What roles does Wordplay play?
What is the code of honor for a Word?
What is the engineering of a word?
What is the map of knowledge of a Word?
What are the basic needs and requirements of a Word?
What is the unified and consistent form of a Word?
Could you tell me what the nonfunctional requirements are in Word?
What are the applications of a Word?
What are word behaviors?
What are the modeling techniques of a word?
Each of these questions raises many questions.
What are the rules, policies, and constraints of a word?
We will discuss all these issues in different articles in our magazine.
Trying to mitigate early-age fractures in concrete buildings is crucial for ensuring adequate durability, minimising potential strength loss, and lowering maintenance costs. Because these cracks challenge the residential comfort and the aesthetic appearances of buildings.
So, what are the alternative measures adapted to mitigate arly-age cracks in the construction industry?
I would like to ask a general question: Any other physicists of any kind, what do YOU see as the fundamental flaws currently existing in mathematics-to-physics (or vice versa) calculations in a general sense? Is it differences in tensors, unknown values, inconsistent unreliable outputs with known methods, no reliable well-known methods ect? Or is the problem to you seen as more of a problem with scientific attitudes and viewpoints being limiting in their current state? And the bigger overall question: Which of these options is limiting science to a higher degree? I'd love to hear other's comments on this.
What does a density ratio of 5 to 1 mean to you, as a scientist, mathematician, engineer, technologist, sociologist, planetologist, or other?
The Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) INDIA is delighted to announce the availability of National Post Doctoral Fellowships (NPDF). This opportunity is open to eligible candidates, particularly PhD students. I extend a warm welcome to interested researchers to pursue their Post Doctorate with me and encourage them to apply for the National Post Doctoral Fellowships.
Excited to share the release of another Special Issue entitled "Recent Advances in Computational Methods for Performance Assessment of Engineering Structures and Materials against Dynamic Loadings" in the SCI-index journal "Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences" | Tech Science Press.
Submission Deadline: 20 November 2023
Link for Submission:
Summary The design philosophy and methodology of civil engineering structures have been constantly evolving, from the early strength-based to more recent performance-based design and the current intensively researched emerging resilience-based design. Because failure of civil engineering structures often leads to catastrophic consequences, the primary focus of all these design methods is the safety of structures while considering other aspects such as performance and resilience. With the economic growth, population increase and urbanization, as well as global warming and the depletion of natural resources, to meet the societal need for sustainable development, the construction of civil engineering structures also needs to consider sustainability, durability and smart lifecycle management besides safety, performance and resilience.
While steel and concrete are still the main structural materials today, several promising new options have emerged as alternative or supplemental materials for structural use. These emerging materials include fiber-rein-forced polymer composites, fiber-reinforced cementitious composites, fabric-reinforced concrete, seawater sea-sand concrete, ultrahigh-performance concrete, ultrahigh-performance steel, and various types of green materials. Although these materials hold great potential for stronger, lighter and more durable structures, their adoption in structural engineering has been slow.
This Special issue covers a wide range of modern trends in the study of the analysis, design, integrity, and safety of engineering structures and materials based on experimental testing, numerical simulations, and analytical/theoretical analyses.
Topics of interests include (but are not limited to): · Design, integrity, reliability, and safety of engineering structures; · Damage mechanics; · Structural performance under extreme loadings; · Construction materials; · Condition assessment of civil infrastructure; · Fatigue reliability assessment of critical structures; · Quasi-static, earthquake, wind, impact, fire, and blast loadings; · Advances in reliability and optimization of structural systems; · Bridge analysis, design, assessment, monitoring and management; · Vibration Analysis for Civil Engineering Structures; · Management of Civil Infrastructure; · Codes and standards; · Composite structures; · Artificial Intelligence; Machine-learning
"What is a non-STEM major? A non-STEM major is a major that isn't in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. This means non-STEM majors include those in business, literature, education, arts, and humanities. In STEM itself, programs in this category include ones that emphasize research, innovation or the development of new technologies."
Hi everyone! I got an invitation to submit a paper to the following SCI-E/SCOPUS MDPI journal (special issue):
The Article Processing Charge (APC) is 1400 CHF (Swiss Francs) per accepted paper. However, the fees will be fully waived (as it is an invitation to contribute) if I can submit the paper by the end of June 2020.
If anyone have a collaboration idea, please send me a message.
Gostaria de me apresentar como Editor da RCE-UNITAU, Meu nome é Arcione Ferreira Viagi (http://lattes.cnpq.br/1546647518497478) e tenho a missão de reformular, retomar e fortalecer a revista, nacional e internacionalmente.
Tomei a iniciativa de divulgar no ResearchGate para obter novas submissões de artigos completos inéditos, artigos completos publicados em anais de congressos e relatórios técnicos na área de Ciências Exatas.
Segue uma breve descrição da RCE-UNITAU:
A Revista de Ciências Exatas (RCE), em versão exclusivamente eletrônica, é uma publicação semestral do programa de Pós-Graduação stricto e lato sensu em Engenharia Mecânica da Universidade de Taubaté (SP). Foi criada com os objetivos básicos de atender a demanda para a produção científica das universidades brasileiras e internacionais, visando estimular o debate acadêmico, divulgação, discussão, critica e referencial sobre a evolução e dinâmica das Ciências Exatas em suas diferentes dimensões no âmbito das atividades públicas ou privadas, focando nos aspectos Sociais, Ambientais e Econômicos para o desenvolvimento sustentável. A Revista de Ciências Exatas (RCE) é uma revista de orientação pluralista e publica trabalhos que apresentem contribuições originais, teóricas ou empíricas, relacionadas ao campo das Ciências Exatas a um programa de pós-graduação em Engenharia, valoriza o desenvolvimento do diálogo interdisciplinar, abrindo espaços para contribuições de outras áreas (saúde, engenharias, arquitetura, psicologia, história, ciências ambientais) que apresentem interface com o projeto central da revista. Encontra-se disponível para colaboradores nacionais e internacionais e possui um conselho editorial variado, distribuído por várias instituições e regiões do Brasil e de vários outros países.
Would you happen to know the word/concept properly?
Do you understand the language (word/concept) correctly?
Can you properly develop any cultural, scientific, or cognitive field?
Can you add new innovative areas?
The answers are based on our discoveries of more than 50 innovation keys, more than 100 new facts per concept, and answering more than 300 questions about any word, language, or field.
The answer to all questions is NO.
We must learn the word/concept properly! (Fayad's Unified Concept Engineering (F-UCE))
We must understand the language (word/concept) correctly! (Fayad's Unified & Stable Linguistic Engineering (F-ULE))
We must correctly develop any cultural, scientific, or knowledge field (Fayad's Unified Domain Knowledge (F-UDK) that allows adding recent innovative areas.
The major problem prevent acceptance of new technologies are multiple, including.
(Thousands of questions without clear answers)
1. Intellectual and cognitive growth has been relatively halted
2. Terrible inflation in all areas
3. The hollow argument in the same field and the argument between the domains
4. Clinging to the old domains of the owners of the same field and not allowing modern innovations and their innovators
5. Hegemony by countries, entities, bodies, institutions, and individuals that influence many things in our lives and our cultural, cognitive, scientific, and ideological lives, and so on.
6. Personalization, including immorality, strengthens interest in proper roles, which is the most important, and our need for appropriate knowledge of the correct positions, person, word/concept, and field. Adhering to the gangs' occupation against the innovators, their beliefs, their identity, and where they came from
7. Although there are standard and evaluative methods, we urgently need other, more accurate, professional means of innovation and their roles.
8. Not knowing the genuine innovations, their value, and their importance created turmoil in word/concept, language, and field.
8. Research is limited to the elite of people, countries, institutions, and certain entities, opening the door to corruption and ruin for humanity.
9. The terrible failure of the vast majority of human beings, bodies, institutions, and states in most areas that pertain to each of them (there is no prosperous country 100 out of 100, and there are individuals, bodies, institutions, and states that fail 100 out of 100).
I will ask frank questions without turning around to get acquainted with the latest innovations and knowledge, to know the word/concept and understand the language, which is the mother of sciences, so that we can develop all fields and add final and actual solutions to all our problems, God willing.
I will prove that the word/concept has a mighty cognitive, cultural, and economic power. It will achieve considerable gains in all fields and create opportunities for Any words/concepts, languages, areas, and terrible numbers of people, bodies, institutions, and countries.
Invitation to all individuals, Groups, Organizations, and others:
I would like you to cooperate with me in
1. To write books about those mentioned reasons
2. Research and write in the word/concepts that interest you and any language you like or a field you know with the knowledge of an expert with only one condition that you are a science student and the door is open to anyone who has regained success and excellence
We can write any word in more than 5,000 pages of innovations and new information (We already started with 4,000 words/concepts.) The new field is called Unified Concept Engineering.)
We are writing the language (Unified and Fixed Language Engineering) in more than 12 volumes, and each book has 5,000 pages of innovations and new information (We have already started. In 3 books)
We can write any field (Unified Field Engineering) in more than ten volumes, and each book has 5 thousand pages of innovations and new information (We already started with a few). We are working on a few flagship magazines and Journals)
3. Conducting seminars, interviews, and television episodes about these innovations in the word/concept, language, and field of knowledge
4. Developing existing fields and adding new ones requires the assistance of more than one person, organization, institution, and country.
We plan other things according to how and how much cooperation we will get.
If you are interested, Leave a message for me.
Journal of Studies in Science and Engineering (JOSSE) has been publishing for less than two years and has already made significant strides in science and morality journey. The most recent accomplishment of JOSSE is DOAJ indexing. I'd want to take this opportunity to thank the editorial board and all of the authors for their dedication, support, and hard work in helping JOSSE reach this point. It is also a fantastic accomplishment for writers whose papers were published in JOSSE because all of them are now indexed in DOAJ.
The next stage for JOSSE is to enter to Scopus and Web of Science, which Scopus has already rated as being 100% ready for when JOSSE turns 2 years old in September 2023.
To maintain the quality and the advancement at this stage, JOSSE requests qualified Editors, Reviewers, and quality papers.
Hi, I am not a material engineer and I am curious about whether the regular crystallization of a material makes it more strong or more fractile in comparison to irregular structures such as amorf in glass? Or changing regular zones orientation makes it harder?
Now a days, core subjects in Engineering such as electrical, electronics, chemical, mechanical and civil apart from computer science are getting least priority for option. These days everything is controlled, operated and done by software based instead going manually or making decision collectively. Most people are depending on what computer says to follow or understand in several fields. Will this continue or in what way does other subjects may or shall occupy a prominent position or importance on par with computer science?
I recently received invitations to contribute an article to the current issue of the Journal of Brilliant Engineering (BEN) and Chemistry and Biochemistry. Can anyone with experience or knowledge about these journals confirm their originality?
I am interested in purchasing a non-intrusive flow meter for measuring the flow rates for different fluids circling inside enclosed pipes. I've seen the ultrasonic flow meters as a possible solution.
Can anyone recomend me some manufacturers and/or links ?
Do obstacles in a channel change the regime from laminar to turbulent while the Reynolds number is under 2300 (approximately 1000)?
Please introduce related studies.
Note that I have already this book, "Reverse Engineering an industrial perspective by Vinesh Raja and Kiran J. Fernandes"
In the past two decades, many robust structural reliability methods have been presented that we may not even have heard their name. For a reliability researcher, it is very difficult to read all manuscripts, write their code and properly examine their efficiency/accuracy. On the other hand, it seems that some efficient/robust ones are being forgotten.
The purpose of this discussion is to create a space for the exchange of experience and expression of reliability researchers' views/opinions about the structural reliability methods. I hope this could help us to save time and learn more.
Suppose that you have a real-world structural reliability problem without any information about its limit state function, geometry of the performance function and the safety level of the problem (i.e. the performance function can be estimated by a finite element method-based software).
Among the existing reliability methods, which one is your choice? Why?
Let us discuss this. Share your experiences to help others.
#specialissue #CallforPapers The open-access journal 《Computer Systems Science and Engineering》 (ISSN 0267-6192) is pleased to announce that we have launched a new Special Issue entitled "Advances of Transfer Learning to Enhance Complex Systems." Given the depth of your expertise in this field, I would like to cordially invite you to contribute an article to the Special Issue. For more information on the issue, please visit the Special Issue website at https://www.techscience.com/csse/special_detail/enhance-complex-systems
Please can you help confirm if this publication exists:
Mahamadu, A. M., & Stansbury, J. (2014). Maintenance management strategy for effective maintenance of offshore oil and gas facilities. Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering, 20(2), 105-123.
The construction industry is a major contributor to global carbon emissions and environmental degradation. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in adopting sustainable practices in the built environment. Based on recent research studies, what are some of the most promising sustainable practices being implemented in the construction industry?
Prompt engineering is the art/science of designing prompts to be input to AI to get better responses and help solve problems. The AI prompts used by Propmt Enginnering in the existing AI tools now are written mostly in English to leverage AI power. So in the era of AI, the english language may shaddow all the other langages. what do you think about it ?
I have seen some researchers who publish 4 to 5 articles per year but only in high impact factor journals (IF > 7.5) as well as many others who publish 20 to 30 articles per year inluding both the Q1, Q2, Q3 and Q4 journals as well as book chapters.
However, I would like to know the metrics on which a scientist is being recognised by his/her university to be qualified to receive grants and to become a Professor?
The responses are welcomed.
Green roofs are becoming increasingly popular among researchers, engineers and related construction stakeholders to mitigate food crisis, Urban heat island effect, rainfall scarcity and enhancement of thermal comfort in urban ecosystems. Substrate is the most important component of a green roof. Our research team has carried out an extended systematic review regarding all the types of green roof research in the past 50 years and published a research article in Frontiers in Built Environment:
In your perspective, apart from the fields mentioned in our research article (link given above),
What are the scopes available within green roof substrates-related research for future studies? Are there any justifications for the choice?
This is one of our works based on analysing the viability of ammonia recovery and removal from manures extracted from dairy farm. These kinds of approaches could be sustainable solutions for mitigating air pollution as well as could be utilised into sustainable energy productions.
What are some of the alternative measures could be used to recover ammonia from the animal manures those are practiced around world in domestic and industrial phases?
The above of our two research articles are two of our important efforts on how to conserve the soil and use it for the enhancement of reforestation to mitigate climate change impacts such as Urban Heat Island, loss of endemic species, scarcity of water and greenhouse gas emissions which are the leading concerns in urban built environment. Our articles have addressed a way to achieve the sustainable development goals such as SDG6, SDG12 and SDG 13.
Soil resources are most critical prerequisites those need to be conserved, utilized and given back to the earth to enhance the sustainable existence of living organisms. Current technological trends are mostly focusing on mining the soil resources and fulfilling the human needs using anthropogenic activities. This trend needs to revisit, addressed the research gaps and more interests need to be shown by researchers and stakeholders to enhance the optimum usage of soil resources with minimal harmful effects to nature.
I request the researchers to provide your opinions in this regard. Thank you.
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I want to simulate mixing two fluids with different inlets and velocities in COMSOL. I used "Laminar Flow" and "Transport of Diluted Species" physics to do it, and my problem is that I cannot select both fluids for my domain. I have two fluids and one domain for mixing. How can I do it? Should I use "Multiphase Flow" physic?
Weather forecast has utmost importance in Aviation, Ship routing, safety measures, planning and designing of structures, urban areas, offshore maintenance, natural resources, coastal areas, Agriculture, pollutants management and in many more weather applications in world wide.
I could not find any template for this journal which stated that it should be doubled column. Any help?
Sustainability Development Goals (SDGs) are designated to conserve the natural resources, biodiversity and to transfer a liveable ecosystem for the future generation by implementing various objectives in interdisciplinary fields.
However, are the world countries have achieved their desired success in implementing SDGs? If not, what are the prime reasons for those drawbacks?
Economists and Industrial Engineering folks
I'll be teaching Engineering Economics to our Electrical and Computer Engineering students this Spring, after a three years break.
Please advise me on the topics/concepts/examples you believe should be stressed on, or any other issues.
لطفا اگر توصیهای در رابطه با ارایه بهتر و سودمندتر درس اقتصاد مهندسی برای دانشجویان مهندسی برق و کامپیوتر دارید، با ما در میان بگذارید.
#engineering #economics #engineeringeconomics #teaching #kntu #alirezafereidunian #isosg #feasibilitystudy #economicanalysis
Does anyone know an analytical relationship for computing mixing Reynolds number for a power law fluid ?
I was able to find an approximation, or a modified Reynolds number but I would like to know whether the scientific community uses it in research and/ or industrial applications.
Dead Sea of Jordan has its own novelty by prevailing as the only natural waterbody of earth with viability to float. Although there are several inland water bodies like Caspian Sea and Black Sea, what is the main reason for the unusual salinity of Dead Sea? Is the origin of Dead Sea - A scientific marvel or myth?
If the comprehensive answer is found, it would help the several branches of science.
I am an undergraduate student doing a thesis regarding slope stability analysis using PLAXIS 2D. My study area is at Kajang, Malaysia. I only assumed the phreatic water level because I don't have any borehole data. I have already done the model but I have questions regarding my model:
1. Is the water level that I have marked and assumed logical? (40 m above flat land)
2. What does the legend on the right represent, and is it the FOS? (The FOS that I obtained from the model is 1.780 as shown in the picture below)
3. Is the part that I have marked in the picture the critical slip surface (Picture 3)?
Thank you in advance for your help.
I have prepared an article that performs a literature review on the concept of Digital Twin. Since the doctoral program in which I am is a program based on the compendium of publications, it is necessary that all the articles that I do are published in a journal that appears in the latest list published by the Journal Citation Reports (SCI and / or SSCI) or SCOPUS. In addition, at least one of them must be in the first or second quartile of its category. Therefore, I would like to try to get this article published in one that is in the Q1 quartile, so that I can take this burden off my shoulders. For now I have found the following:
- IEEE Access: Telecommunications – Scie, Computer Science, Information Systems – Scie (Q1); Engineering, Electrical & Electronic – Scie (Q2).
- ACM Computing Surveys: Computer Science, Theory & Methods – Scie (Q1).
- Expert Systems with Applications: Operations Research & Management Science – Scie (Q1); Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence – Scie (Q1); Engineering, Electrical & Electronic – Scie (Q1).
- Future Generation Computer Systems: Computer Science, Theory & Methods – Scie (Q1).
- Engineering Applications Of Artificial Intelligence: Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence – Scie (Q1); Engineering, Electrical & Electronic – Scie (Q1); Engineering, Multidisciplinary – Scie (Q1); Automation & Control Systems – Scie (Q1).
- Artificial Intelligence: Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence – Scie (Q1).
- Journal of Computational Science: Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications – Scie (Q2); Computer Science, Theory & Methods – Scie (Q1).
- Advances in Engineering Software: Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications – Scie (Q2); Computer Science, Software Engineering – Scie (Q1); Engineering, Multidisciplinary – Scie (Q1).
- Decision Support Systems: Operations Research & Management Science – Scie (Q1); Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence – Scie (Q1); Computer Science, Information Systems – Scie (Q1).
- Information and Software Technology: Computer Science, Software Engineering – Scie (Q1); Computer Science, Information Systems – Scie (Q2).
- Journal of Industrial Information Integration: Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications – Scie (Q1); Engineering, Industrial – Scie (Q1).
- Journal of Network and Computer Applications: Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications – Scie (Q1); Computer Science, Hardware & Architecture – Scie (Q1); Computer Science, Software Engineering – Scie (Q1).
- Applied Sciences: Chemistry, Multidisciplinary – Scie (Q3); Materials Science, Multidisciplinary – Scie (Q3); Physics, Applied – Scie (Q2); Engineering, Multidisciplinary – Scie (Q2).
- Future Internet: Computer Science, Information Systems (Q2).
- Applied System Innovation: Telecommunications – Esci (Q3); Computer Science, Information Systems – Esci (Q3); Engineering, Electrical & Electronic – Esci (Q3).
Does anyone have a recommendation for any other? Is it advisable to avoid generic journals? The more categories the journals deal with, the better?
Thank you very much in advance.
How to write formally within the context of mathematics that: "given two series S1 and S2 and they are subtracted each other coming from a proved identity that is true and the result of this subtraction is a known finite number (real number) (which is valid) the two series S1 and S2 are convergent necessarily because the difference could not be divergent as it would contradict the result of convergence? I need that definition within a pure mathematical scenario ( I am engineer).
" Given S1- S2 = c , if c is a finite and real number, and the expression S1-S2 = c comes from a valid deduction, then, S1 and S2 are both convergent as mandatory."
Systems Engineering (SE), Digital Engineering (DE) and Mission Engineering (ME) are three distinct approaches to designing and developing complicated systems. We are just now seeing the three approaches starting to be employed simultaneously. They are mutually supportive and when used together, can dramatically shorten development schedules and shorten timelines. Intuitively, I believe 1+1=1+5. But I want to quantify the result. Are there any close parallels in other industries, where I can use an existing formula that takes into consideration how many areas of mutual support exist, how much time and money is saved by each engineering approach operating alone, etc. I have reviewed 20 years of research involving financial synergy in business mergers and acquisitions and the medical synergy of combining different drugs and the combined effects that can be achieved. But neither of these seems to be a close parallel to my engineering-triad challenge.
Has anyone studied this? If not, is there parallel research that I can draw from? I want to write a paper on this topic. Thanks, in advance.
Lockdowns due to the COVID pandemic in last three years (2020-22) has played a significant role in the widespread of online based classrooms using applications like Zoom, MS teams, Webex and Google Meet. While substantial amount of the students were happy to complete their semester classes in due time without getting hampered by the lockdowns, thanks to the online based classrooms, there are also notable amount of students and parents who were complained regarding the online based classrooms that they have drastically distracted the academic performance of students.
Overall, I would like to leave it as an open-ended question. Dear researchers, what you think regarding the online based classroom? Is it an advantage for students or a disadvantage?
I like to do my Ph.D in mechanical engineering. My first option is Deemed to be University in India. And the Deemed to be university is approved by the University grands commission.
But some people are telling, studying in Deemed to be university is not valid. And telling you are not able to get a job in foreign countties.
Please clarify my doubt.
A project I'm working on has now been turned into a paper, but I'm not sure what the difference is between these two terms. Considering my college is also organizing an event, I'd love to present it there.
I need a low electron density alloy for a project. I am an electrical engineer, so I would be very grateful if someone with metallurgy background (or any relevant background) can help me to find a good material with this property.
Many thanks in advance