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Effect of reservoir structural rhythm on carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) performance. (2022)
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ABUNUMAH, O., OGUNLUDE, P., OGOUN, E., RAMALAN, M., ANTWI, S., AISUENI, F., HASHIM, I. and GOBINA, E. 2022. Effect of reservoir structural rhythm on carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) performance. International journal on engineering, science and technology [online], 4(1), pages 41-53. Available from: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonest.72

In addition to the evolution of green and nano energy, sequestration of CO2 is also an evolving method to control the global CO2 footprint and greenhouse effect. Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) is an established technique to capture carbon fro... Read More about Effect of reservoir structural rhythm on carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) performance..

Mass transfer characteristics through alumina membranes with different pores sizes and porosity. (2022)
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OGUNLUDE, P., ABUNOMAH, O., HASHIM, I., AISUENI, F., OGOUN, E., ANTWI, S., RAMALAN, M., WILLIAMWEST, T., SUKKI, F.M. and GOBINA, E. 2022. Mass transfer characteristics through alumina membranes with different pores sizes and porosity. International journal of engineering, science and technology [online], 4(1), pages 99-123. Available from: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonest.71

Different membranes covering the macroporous to nano-pororous range and having different porosities have been used to study the mass transfer of methane and carbon dioxide single gases. The effect of flow parameters on the transport mechanisms throug... Read More about Mass transfer characteristics through alumina membranes with different pores sizes and porosity..

Characterization and hydrodynamic evaluation of the relationship between permeability and microstructure parameters ceramic membranes for the separation of oil-in-water emulsion. (2022)
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AISUENI, F., GOBINA, E., HASHIM, I. and OGOUN, E. 2022. Characterization and hydrodynamic evaluation of the relationship between permeability and microstructure parameters ceramic membranes for the separation of oil-in-water emulsion. International journal of engineering, science and technology [online], 4(1), pages 14-20. Available from: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonest.69

Ceramic membranes for wastewater treatment are usually fine filters prepared by sintering of alumina, titania or zirconia powders at ultra-high temperatures and have an asymmetric cross-section using the same material or a combination of the three gi... Read More about Characterization and hydrodynamic evaluation of the relationship between permeability and microstructure parameters ceramic membranes for the separation of oil-in-water emulsion..

Nanoporous gas transport in shale gas reservoirs. (2022)
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OGOUN, E., OGUNLUDE, P., ABUNOMAH, O. and GOBINA, E. 2022. Nanoporous gas transport in shale gas reservoirs. International journal on engineering, science and technology [online], 4(1), pages 73-84. Available from: https://doi.org/10.46328/ijonest.70

In more conventional gas reservoirs, gas flow is simple, uncomplicated, and described by simple flux pressure drop expressions. In shale reservoirs however, this relationship takes the form of a more complex and multiscale flow process involving spec... Read More about Nanoporous gas transport in shale gas reservoirs..

Good faith, mutual trust and cooperation: recent judicial insights. (2022)
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MANTE, J. [2022]. Good faith, mutual trust and cooperation: recent judicial insights. Construction law journal [online], (accepted).

The recent Scottish Inner House decision in the case of Van Oord UK Ltd v Dragados UK Ltd has rekindled discussions about the role of good faith and the duty to act in the spirit of mutual trust and cooperation under the NEC Contract Conditions. The... Read More about Good faith, mutual trust and cooperation: recent judicial insights..

Through the eyes of autonomous vehicles: using laser scanning technology to engage the public via the analysis of journeys seen from a different perspective. (2022)
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BELKOURI, D., LAING, R. and GRAY, D. 2022. Through the eyes of autonomous vehicles: using laser scanning technology to engage the public via the analysis of journeys seen from a different perspective. Transportation research procedia [online]: proceedings of 25th Living and walking in cities international conference 2021 (LWC 2021): new scenarios for safe mobility in urban areas, 9-10 September 2021, Brescia, Italy, 60, pages 496-503. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.trpro.2021.12.064

It is likely that Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) will have significant social, cultural, spatial and environmental implications and the interaction between humans, automated vehicles and physical environment will provide an array of challenges. This paper... Read More about Through the eyes of autonomous vehicles: using laser scanning technology to engage the public via the analysis of journeys seen from a different perspective..

The fate of waste drilling fluids from oil and gas industry activities in the exploration and production operations. (2022)
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NJUGUNA, J., SIDDIQUE, S., KWROFFIE, L.B., PIROMRAT, S., ADDAE-AFOAKWA, K., EKEH-ADEGBOTOLU, U., OLUYEMI, G., YATES, K., MISHRA, A.K. and MOLLER, L. 2022. The fate of waste drilling fluids from oil and gas industry activities in the exploration and production. Waste management [online], 139, pages 362-380. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wasman.2021.12.025

Operational discharges from oil and gas exploration industry, accidental spillage, or improperly disposed drilling wastes has serious detrimental effects on human and the environment. The water- and oil-based fluids wastes are generated every year al... Read More about The fate of waste drilling fluids from oil and gas industry activities in the exploration and production operations..

The impact of virtual simulation on the recognition and response to the rapidly deteriorating patient among undergraduate nursing students. (2022)
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GOLDSWORTHY, S., MUIR, N., BARON, S., BUTTON, D., GOODHAND, K., HUNTER, S., MCNEILL, L., PEREZ, G., MCPARLAND, T., FASKEN, L. and PEACHEY, L. 2022. The impact of virtual simulation on the recognition and response to the rapidly deteriorating patient among undergraduate nursing students. Nurse education today [online], 110, article 105264. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nedt.2021.105264

A major patient safety challenge is recognition and response to deteriorating patients since early warning signs are often not detected in a timely manner. Nursing students typically learn the skills for early identification through clinical placemen... Read More about The impact of virtual simulation on the recognition and response to the rapidly deteriorating patient among undergraduate nursing students..