International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development
( International Peer Reviewed Open Access Journal ) ISSN [ Online ] : 2581 - 7175
IJSRED Volume 2 - Issue 6, November - December 2019
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Spatial Distribution of Soil Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen in a Grid Sampled Landscape
Author(s): Justice. O. Tamunoibelema, Israel O. Ikoyi
Assessing of chemical properties and estimation of their associated variability are essential for making site-specific decisions on soil and crop management practices. This study was conducted with the aim of assessing thespatial variability of organic carbon and total nitrogen in the Kubani area, Zaria, Kaduna state(Lat 11° 06.625’’N to 11o05.375’’N and longitude 007°41.608”E to 007°39.680”E), with an elevation ranging from 631m to 689m above sea level, to observe changes in the variance structure caused by different sampling distances and to suggest future sampling distances with less spatial variability. 210 soil samples were collected at 0-15 cm depth at a distance of 3 m intervals using Geographical Positioning System (GPS). The geostatistical package was used to model the variance structure of Organic Carbon (OC), and Total Nitrogen (TN). Results obtained revealed that the standard deviation ranged from 0.44 (total nitrogen) to 2.36 (organic carbon). The semi-variograms showed that the range of spatial dependence varied from 14 m (Organic Carbon) to 45m (Total Nitrogen) for measured chemical soil properties were spatially correlated within that distance; therefore, kriging can be used to estimate organic carbon and total nitrogen from available data. The kriged contour maps showed positional similarities. These maps of organic carbon and total nitrogen, along with their spatial structures, can be used in making better future sampling measurements and management decisions.
Keyword: Spatial Variability, Kriging, Total Carbon, Total Nitrogen×
Justice. O. Tamunoibelema, Israel O. Ikoyi "Spatial Distribution of Soil Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen in a Grid Sampled Landscape" Vol 2-Issue 6 (711-719) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Application of Well Logs and Seismic Data in Predicting Overpressured Zones in “Pasney” Field, Onshore Niger Delta
Author(s): Pascal I. Esenenjor, Jude U. Igweajah, Justice O.Tamunoibelema
The prediction of overpressured events using well logs and seismic data was carried out in Pasney Field located in Onshore Niger Delta. Four (4) wells were correlated to delineate reservoir sands using gamma ray, density, neutron and resisitivity log. Eight (8) normal faults were interpreted on seismic. Using well to seismic tie, the four (4) wells namely Pasney-001, Pasney-002, Pasney-003 and Pasney-004 were displayed on seismic and synthetic seismogram were generated which helped in identifying the various reservoir horizons. Three (3) reservoir horizons were interpreted. The interpreted reservoir horizons aided in production of time maps and this was converted to depth map using a polynomial velocity model. The depth map revealed that the reservoirs are compartmentalized which is an indication of overpressure. The interval velocity and acoustic impedance generated from seismic showed areas of overpressure as they both decrease in value on encountering overpressured zones. The reservoir tops conform with the upper limit of overpressure while the base corresponds with the lower limit of overpressure. The pressure data showed that the Pasney Field has mild overpressure.
Keyword: Acoustic Impedance, Interval Velocity, Overpressure, Well Logs, Seismic Data.×
Pascal I.Esenenjor, Jude U. Igweajah, Justice O.Tamunoibelema "Application of Well Logs and Seismic Data in Predicting Overpressured Zones in “Pasney” Field, Onshore Niger Delta" Vol 2-Issue 6 (720-727) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
The Impact of Seismic Facies Analysis on the Reservoir Architecture of “CHARLIE” Field in the Niger Delta
Author(s): Jude U. Igweajah, Justice O. Tamunoibelema, Pascal I. Esenenjor
The seismic facies technique was used to analyse the “CHARLIE” Field to better understand its impact on the reservoir architecture of the field. The field which has undergone extensive faulting is located onshore Niger Delta basin and comprised of only two drilled wells. Well correlation done with Petrel software to delineate the different reservoir sands in the field. The seismic facies analysis of “CHARLIE” Field involved the integration of seismic reflection characters/attributes towards the interpretation of the energy of deposition of the sediments, environments of deposition and thus make inferences on the lithologic composition of the field and its source rock, reservoir and seal potentials. The seismic reflection attributes which include reflection amplitude, reflection continuity, reflection geometry and seismic frequency were used to delineate the different depositional sequences observable on the seismic sections and these sequences are adjudged as seismic facies units. From the results of well correlation, ten reservoir sands were correlated with four of them being hydrocarbon bearing. Also, from the results of seismic facies analysis, seven (7) seismic facies units designated as Ai, Bi, Ci, Di, Ei, Fi and Gi were delineated and described based on the observed seismic attributes. Thus, it was observed that reservoir architecture is anticlinal in structure, and the depositional environments ranged from fluviatile–deltaic– beach settings. The energy of deposition of sediments showed low energy as in the case of facies units Bi and Ci, while Ai, Di and Gi exhibited variable energy, and the facies units Fi and Gi were deposited in high energy setting. The lithologic composition discerned showed an alternating sequencing of sands and siltstone intercalation and shale/mud stratigraphy. From the foregoing, the “CHARLIE” Field presents good source rock, seal and reservoir potentials..
Keyword: Seismic facies analysis, “CHARLIE” Field, Niger Delta, Seismic Facies units, depositional environment, energy of sediment deposition, reservoir architecture.×
Jude U. Igweajah, Justice O. Tamunoibelema, Pascal I. Esenenjor "The Impact of Seismic Facies Analysis on the Reservoir Architecture of “CHARLIE” Field in the Niger Delta" Vol 2-Issue 6 (728-734) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Green’s Function Solution of Non-homogenous Singular Sturm-Liouville Problem
Author(s): Abdelgabar Adam Hassan
In this paper, the initial- boundary value problem consisting non-homogeneous ordinary differential equation are solved using Green’s function approach. The important tool for potential theory is provided by Green's function. We present a calculation for many differential equations to find general solutions by using Green’s Function Solution of non-homogenous singular Sturm-Liouville problem.
Keyword: Green’s function, Sturm-Liouville, differential equations.×
Abdelgabar Adam Hassan "Green’s Function Solution of Non-homogenous Singular Sturm-Liouville Problem" Vol 2-Issue 6 (735-742) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Prototype of the Export Information System for Managing Cargo Data
Author(s): Fifit Alfiah, Khusnul Khoiriyah, Erni
The company PT Gapura Angkasa is engaged in aviation, which operates in Indonesia by prioritizing high quality services, providing cargo warehousing, handling passengers and baggage, and aircraft flight operations. The management system for incoming and outgoing cargo in the current export section still uses Microsoft Excel to process data. The final goal of this research is to find out what constraints often occur in the data processing of incoming and outgoing goods at PT Gapura Angkasa which is currently running, so that an application can be made to facilitate the warehouse and recipient employees in managing incoming goods data and out. Adding knowledge and experience from research into the management of incoming and outgoing goods systems currently running at PT Gapura Angkasa and can produce a management system for incoming and outgoing goods that can assist the warehouse in managing data for incoming and outgoing goods.
Keyword: Cargo, CSF, PHP, SDLC, Mysql.×
Fifit Alfiah, Khusnul Khoiriyah, Erni "Prototype of the Export Information System for Managing Cargo Data" Vol 2-Issue 6 (743-749) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
The Role of Women in Enterprise in Beef Cattle Breeding at Deyeng Village, Ringinrejo District, Kediri Regency
Author(s): Niche Permata Sari,Umi Wisaptiningsih, Z.Fanani
Rural communities in the Deyeng Village Ringinrejo District Kediri Regency choose beef cattle business as a sideline to help the family economy. Families used as a resource in managing the farm sector, both men and women, it is necessary for the optimal development potential in the development of human resources, especially in the field of animal husbandry. Scott (2011) describes the role of an expectation that certain interactions organized so as to form individual motivational orientations toward others. The entry of women's role in the livestock sector is affected by the low household income and family burden, but the needs are high, spare time, and contribute to the husband in making a living.
Keyword: The role of women, beef cattle breeding, access and control, benefits, participation.×
Niche Permata Sari,Umi Wisaptiningsih, Z.Fanani "The Role of Women in Enterprise in Beef Cattle Breeding at Deyeng Village, Ringinrejo District, Kediri Regency" Vol 2-Issue 6 (750-754) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
A Study on Crimes Comitted on Intoxication
This paper aims at examining whether a person can be discharged from criminal liability under Indian Penal Code who is intoxicated voluntarily. It has been a controversy for years on this issue. If law can set free an involuntarily intoxicated person from criminal liability under the code of IPC, stating that mens rea was absent, how can it only punish a voluntarily intoxicated person, because in this case also, he loses control and has no knowledge of what he is doing. This was based on the maxim that, actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea’, which means that the act does not makes one guilty unless he has a guilty intention. This is considered a serious issue because, in law, no innocent person should be wrongly punished. But this paper clearly elaborates that the situations needed to be considered and identified before concluding the case. The legal provisions relating to intoxication and the test used to determine liability on this issue is also well discussed. The famous ‘Dutch Courage Rule’ is discussed in the paper, which gives a different connotation to this matter. The different defences under different laws are also elucidated briefly. This paper compares that, what are all the exemptions provided under both Indian and English law. Various Indian and as well as English landmark judgments are discussed to the better understanding of the concept. The paper finally concludes whether the law absolves a person from criminal liability completely for any act done against law or omitted.
Keyword: Criminal liability, indian penal code, voluntary intoxication, mens rea absent,dutch courage rule, english and indian law, defences.×
V.C.Megha "A Study on Crimes Comitted on Intoxication" Vol 2-Issue 6 (755-765) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Review Paper on Earthquake- Resistant Structure
Author(s): Prof. Pooja Lonare, Amarjeet Kumar
The review paper is for Analysis of earthquake effect on different buildings in seismic zones. Due to the effect of earthquake many building structure are partially or completely damaged so for Civil Engineers working in seismic zones it is need to determine seismic load of that particular building. There are number of software are used such as STAAD.pro. AutoCAD, E-TABS for design and planning of building. The aim of this project work is to study the past seismic analysis of buildings with carried out irregularity at different floor level..
Keyword: Analysis on Design, Earthquake ,STAAD PRO, AutoCAD, E-TABS etc.×
Prof. Pooja Lonare, Amarjeet Kumar "Review Paper on Earthquake- Resistant Structure" Vol 2-Issue 6 (766-767) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
Artificial intelligence in Healthcare
Author(s): Prof. Sonia .H. Bajaj, Praful Rahate, Pallavi Wasade, Neha Dindewar
In the 21st century, the use of Artificial intelligence is more productive as it has capabilities to perform work that humans do, but more effectively, efficiently and at lower capital. The application of AI and robotics is getting immensely popular. AI and robotics can be a huge part of healthcare eco-system. This paper will provide you with a study of the basis of Artificial Intelligence and robotics application in healthcare and medical diagnosis. The major role of these fields is providing productdiversity. Moreover, it can distinguish by providing effusive, stimulating and interdisciplinary data calculation.
Keyword: Artificial intelligence, healthcare, Artificial conversation entity (chatbot).×
Prof. Sonia .H. Bajaj, Praful Rahate, Pallavi Wasade, Neha Dindewar "Artificial intelligence in Healthcare" Vol 2-Issue 6 (768-771) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×
IoT based Campus Automation
Author(s): Pranmay Jadhav, Sarika Shinde, Ankita Sonawane, Vaishnavi Thete, Dr.V.R.Sonawane
There will be a definite change in the surroundings, India will become more digitalize and this idea will completely eradicate the old methodology. As people will get used to the ideology of this project an innovation that could change the way of looking towards the normal objects and communicating these objects with internet and such kind of projects will inspire other developers to make further projects like this one. Teachers won’t have to worry about students’ attendance as the technology will take care of every student attendance and also parents will be able to breathe easily as the notification will confirm that the student is present and now located in a particular classroom. This project also helps students in controlling Light, Fan and Projector with their Mobile Phone. The efforts taken to do these kinds of activities are less. As the basic methods are now done by technology so the human efforts are degraded.
Keyword: IoT, Arduino, QR code,Automatic Attendance System.×
Pranmay Jadhav, Sarika Shinde, Ankita Sonawane, Vaishnavi Thete, Dr.V.R.Sonawane "Artificial intelligence in Healthcare" Vol 2-Issue 6 (772-774) November - December 2019, International Journal of Scientific Research and Engineering Development (IJSRED) :ISSN:2581-7175, www.ijsred.com.×