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The Characteristics and Potential Use of Recycled Concrete Aggregate
S.O. Ogbeide
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: This study present describes an investigation carried out to study the characteristics and potential use of recycled concrete aggregate in the manufacture of new concrete. Up to now, recyclable materials produced from road demolition have mainly been re-used in low quality applications in road construction. Two types of recycled aggregate namely recycled concrete and debris were taken from demolition waste and tested for characterization of aggregate and also for the mix-designs of concrete to achieve better mechanical strength. The results obtained with the use of the selected type of recycled aggregate shows a real possibility of making concrete from demolition waste which will lead to optimization in concrete production.
Viability of Millet as Adjunct to Malted Barley in Brewing Process
S.O. Ogbeide
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: This study presents the discussion and result of the assessment of locally available millet as an adjunct to malted barley in wort production for brewery operation. The investigation carried out included formulating models using linear programming to actually optimize productivity in the brewing industries. The use of mainly imported raw material in the brewery industry has both economical and technological merit and will lead to high cost of production and poor utilization of locally available resources which cannot help the Nigeria industry as a developing nation. It was therefore concluded from the work that millet could be used as adjunct to malted barley for wort production leading to a cost reduction of #26.42K.
Computer Aided Design of a Spur Gear
J.O. Nordiana,S.O. Ogbeide,N.N. Ehigiamusoe,F.I. Anyasi
Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: In recent times, the design of gears using computer has become a highly complicated and comprehensive subject.This study therefore present a new method of how the spur gear can be designed and detailed with computer aided design, previously, emphasis was laid on primitive and probabilistic design processes which resulted in high operation cost and prolong time. A reliability model of the spur gear when designed using computer aided performed repetitive and routine tasks involved in design drawings, review and evaluation, produces accurate and efficient design drawings as a result of interactive computer graphics and provides substantial saving in time and cost of production.
Psychological Sense of Community in Four Neighbourhoods in Lagos Metropolis
S.O. Adebayo
The Social Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: Psychological Sense of Community (PSC) and its relationships with mental health indeces (Psychological well being -PWB- and psychological distress -PD-) were investigated in four neighborhoods in Lagos metropolis (FESTAC town, 104 Estate, Ikeja barrack and Abalti barrack). Finding revealed that the four neighbourhoods significantly differed in the level of PSC expressed by residents (F(3/446) = 10.58 p< 0.01). The four neighbours also significantly differed on PWB (F (3/446) = 6.99, p>0.01) and PD (F3/446 = 7.9, p< 0.01). No significant relationship was, however, observed between PSC and PWB on the one hand (r (448) = 0.07, p>0.05) and PSC and PD on the other hand (r (448) = 0.012, p>0.05). Further analysis revealed significant difference among males and females on PSC (F(1/442) = 4.95, p< 0.01). Findings were discussed in light of previous findings in the literature.
Gender and Moral Reasoning: A Study of a Nigeria Adult Sample
S.O. Adebayo
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The study investigated the influence of gender on moral reasoning in an adult population using the philosophical-psychological component paradigm of Boyce and Jensen. 354 women and 391 men drawn from five occupations responded to Moral Content Test (MCT). Statistical analysis of data using t-independent test revealed no significant difference between the sexes on each of the nine ethical considerations that make up the normative ethics of teleology and deonotology. Findings refute Gilligan`s postulation about the unique moral voice of women and corroborated no significant difference between the sexes on moral reasoning.
Nutritional Implications of Food Demand in Rural Nigeria
S.O. Akinleye
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: This study determines the influence of price and income changes on the availability of food nutrients to rural households in Nigeria. Demand elasticities were obtained. The nutritional effects of changes arising from changes in income and prices were computed using both the AIDS model and a nutrient availability measure developed by Huang. The findings show that foods in the bread/confectionary group are the foods that have the greatest implications for the nutrient status of households resident in rural areas. Increasing the prices of these food items by 1% would lead to reduced intake of some nutrients by as much as 10%. There study recommends policies that ensure sustainability in the supply of materials in the confectionary industry.
Physicochemical and Microbiological Assessment of Groundwater from Ijan-Ekiti South Western Nigeria
S.O. Adefemi
Environmental Research Journal , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/erj.2012.316.320
Abstract: Physicochemical and microbiological analyses of water samples from nine randomly selected hand dug wells and River Eku were carried out using standard analytical procedure and the result were compared with WHO standards. The physicochemical parameters of the water samples analysed were within the WHO standard for drinking water expect for pH value (9.20) obtained for River Eku which does not conform with WHO standard. Calcium has the highest value (3-35-26.23 mg/100 mL) for the major element while Iron value (0.34-4.18 mg/100 mL) was highest for the minor element. However, the water is unsafe on the account of poor microbiological quality of the water samples (Average total bacteria and total coliform counts were 54.4±20.9 per 100 mL of the original water sample and 34.5±14.00 per 100 mL of original water samples, respectively) in the area which exceeded WHO standard. It is recommended that the well water be treated to minimize acute problem of water related diseases which are endemic to man.
The Principles of Religious Liberality and Self Determination in Sudan`s Search for Political Stability
S.O. Soetan
The Social Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: Religious plurality and self determination are 2 major principles central to the entrenchment of political stability in the Sudan. These are well entrenched in the Sudanese Constitution of 1998, the IGAD Declaration of principles of May 1994, the Asmara Declaration of June 1995 and the Sudan Peace Agreement of April 1998. The import of these constitutional provisions and implication for self-determination and religious liberality in Sudan form the basis of discussion in this study. It concludes that political stability may be a matter of foregone conclusion if the dictates of these laws are fully implemented.
Analysis of Effects of Implementation Languages on Software Complexity Measures of Insertion Sort Algorithm
S.O. Olabiyisi
Research Journal of Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: In this study, we apply different software complexity measures to Insertion sort algorithm. Our intention is to study what kind of new information about the algorithm the complexity measures (Halstead’s volume and Cyclomatic number) are able to give and to study which software complexity measures are the most useful ones in algorithm comparison. The results explicitly show that with respect to Halstead’s Volume, Program Difficulty and Program Effort; Insertion sort is best programmed in Assembly language and worst programmed in Java.
Eysenckian Dimensions of Personality and Morality: An Operationalisation of Possible Relationships
S.O. Adebayo
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The study pointed out the bias in the literature on the relationship between personality and morality in favour of the social dimension. It also acknowledges the possible influence of biological dimension of personality on morality. Employing Eysenck`s theories of social attitudes and emotionality as the theoretical basis the study went further to operationalise twenty four possible relationships between eysenckian dimensions of personality and Berkowitz`s seven characteristics of a complex moral person.
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