Comparative Analysis of Combustion Properties between Waste Automotive Oil and Light Diesel Oil as Alternative Fuels

Given the extensive and widespread utilization of fossil fuels in various sectors, there is a pressing need to explore and develop novel alternative fuels in order to effectively address the increasing global energy demand. The finite nature of fossil fuel reserves has resulted in their rapid depletion, thus highlighting the need to explore sustainable alternatives. …

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Impacts of Cement Production on the Environment with Practical Solutions: A critical review

Cement plants aggravate the critical challenges of anthropogenic environmental pollution, global warming, climate change, and excessive fossil fuel use by emitting 15% of global contaminants. These pollutants have a negative effect on ecosystems and human health. Despite the inevitable utilization of cement-based materials in many fields due to population growth and urbanization, addressing this issue …

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Eddy Current Inspection-based Damage Detection of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites

Carbon fiber-reinforced polymer composite is used in various industries such as aerospace, automobile, and civil engineering. During the manufacturing stage and end-user stage, carbon fiber composite material is subjected to different kinds of damage, such as delamination, de-bonding, and fiber breakages. Those damages may lead to destroying the application with a life-threatening catastrophe. To identify …

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Environmentally Friendly Construction Waste Management Method to Sri Lanka

Construction waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in Sri Lanka. As a developing country construction waste generation is higher than in developed countries. The construction industry will rise and develop with time despite the county‚Äôs current economic crisis. Most of the time construction wastes end up in landfills or in an illegal …

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Factors Affecting Construction Labour Efficiency in Sri Lanka

The construction industry faces significant labor productivity problems, mostly in developing countries. It is well understood, that the construction industry deals with a variety of workforce issues daily and undergoes external and internal influences such as inflation, experience, and skill of labor, material availability in the market, and an unstable economy, indicating a growing focus …

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