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SEMINAR ON CRITERIA FOR THE SELECTION OF DAM SITE AND UTILIZATION

ABSTRACT Choosing a suitable site for dam is a crucial phase in dam construction. A successful outcome of this effort is initiated by taking into consideration some watershed properties and characteristics. This study aimed to investigate hydrological information for dam site selection by integrating GIS with AHP Multi Criteria Decision Analysis to establish hydrologic characteristics of the regio... Continue Reading »

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GEOMETRIC DESIGN OF HIGHWAY

CHAPTER ONE 1. INTRODUCTION 2. Since the attainment of independence, Nigeria has witnessed rapid economic and social development, which has open up the need for travelling between cities which led to increase in the need for good and safe road.Highway is any public road or other public way on land; the term exists in distinction to waterway also can said to be high speed roads designed to connect ... Continue Reading »

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ANALYSIS OF DRAINAGE SYSTEM IN MANDO OF IGABI IGA OF KADUNA STATE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Cities the world over are the dominating forces in the organization of human population. As the world most crowded places, cities continue to show increase in urban population. This increase leads to a growing urbanization trend. Duru and Nnaji (2008) defined urbanization as the increase in the population of cities in proportion to the region‟... Continue Reading »

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INFLUENCE OF (COATED) STIRRUPS ON OVERLAPPED SPLICE STRENGTH OF EPOXY COATED DEFORMED BARS.

NOTATION ld Development length MU Ultimate test bending moment Q Applied load BS Ultimate bond stress recommended in BS 8110 : 1997 cal Theoretical bond stress t Test bond stress X Depth to neutral axis Steel ratio, AS /bd e Effective bar size cu Strain in concrete in compression s Strain in tension reinforcement Bond coefficient As Area of steel fs Stress in steel ls Splice length db Nominal bar ... Continue Reading »

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BLENDING SOIL AGGREGATES TO MEETSUBGRADE OR SUB-BASE CRITERIA USING GRADATION METHOD

TABLE OF CONTENTS CERTIFICATION.. i DECLARATION.. ii DEDICATION.. iii ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.. iv TABLE OF CONTENTS. v LIST OF TABLES. x LIST OF FIGURES. xii ABSTRACT.. xiii CHAPTER ONE.. 1 INTRODUCTION.. 1 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY.. 1 1.2 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM... 2 1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY.. 3 1.4 SCOPE OF STUDY.. 4 CHAPTER TWO.. 5 LITERATURE REVIEW... 5 2.1 CAUSES OF PAVEMENT FAILURE.. 6 2.1.1 THE T... Continue Reading »

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DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF AUTOMATIC PUMPING MACHINE FOR WATER SUPPLY.

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Water is an indispensable and inevitable substance to all living things due to its usability and high priority among other substance and materials. Provision of large volume of waters essential due to its significant purpose, which therefore called for a means by which sufficient, and good quality water can be obtained. There are different types of water namely; well water... Continue Reading »

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SOIL STABILIZATION METHODS AND MATERIALS

TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE............................................................................................................................ i 1.0 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................... 1 2.0 COMPONENTS OF STABILIZATION................................................................. 3 2.1 Soils........................ Continue Reading »

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POLLUTION PROBLEMS AND AN ENGINEERING APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF INDUSTRIAL EFFLUENTS IN OTTA, NIGERIA

ABSTRACT This study examined the effects of effluent discharges from various point loads on a purposively selected receiving river, the self recovery ability of the river and the treatability of both the discharges and the receiving stream in a heavily industrialized community. The work involved field survey of industries producing and discharging effluents in the study area (Ado Odo/ Otta industr... Continue Reading »

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DRILLING FLUID ADDITIVE: AN OVERVIEW, HISTORY OF LOCAL CONTENT DRILLING FLUID ADDITIVE CONSIDERING GUM ARABIC

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Drilling mud is a flowing fluid applied in rotary drilling for achieving single or multiple tasks during the procedure, and its typically consist of water/oil, clay, weighing compounds and few other chemical additives (American Institute of Petroleum, 1998). It most important physical characteristics are viscosity and water holding/retaining properties (Crowo, 1990). T... Continue Reading »

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IMPROVEMENT OF BEARING CAPACITY OF SANDY SOIL BY GROUTING

CHAPTER ONE   1.0  INTRODUCTION The construction of structure on weak ground often requires the soil to be improved in order to ensure the safety and the stability of surrounding buildings. The ground improvement in granular soils can be achieved by different methods such as vibro floatation, compaction piles, and compaction with explosives, excavation and replacement, grouting e.t.c. The se... Continue Reading »

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CAUSES, PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF DAMP ON BUILDING IN MAKOKO AREA OF YABA LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN LAGOS STATE

ABSTRACT It has been clearly identified that one of the agent that easily deteriorate building structure, weaken the strength of the component of building and shorten the life span of building is “DAMP”, which may occur in different dimension therefore, this project is centred on causes of damp, prevention of damp and the necessary treatment needed for the structure that has been sever... Continue Reading »

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THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE USING PLANTAIN LEAF ASH

INTRODUCTION TO SCC Self Compacting Concrete (SCC), a relatively new category of high performance concrete, is proportioned in such that the concrete freely passes around and through reinforcement, completely fills the formwork and consolidates under its own weight without segregation. The high flowability of SCC makes it possible to fill the formwork without vibration [Khayat, 1999; Khayat et al.... Continue Reading »

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EVALUATION OF THE ENGINEERING PROPERTIES OF STONE BASE CONCRETE

ABSTRACT Though stone base has been known as material for base construction in flexible pavements, recent findings have shown that stone base can be used as an all in concreting aggregate. Different tests carried out on stone base have shown that the concrete can attain a reasonable compressive strength in excess of 22N/mn2 for a period of 28 days. This research work therefore reports the results ... Continue Reading »

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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PIPEBORNE WATER AND OTHER SOURCES OF WATER WITHIN ENUGU METROPOLIS FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.(INDEPENDENCE LAYOUT LOCALITY)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Following the theory of creation, it is clear that water is as old as man. From time immemorial, man has restored to the use of this unique commodity for domestic and other purposes. Most of our water supplies are from surface water which include: rivers, streams, lakes, oceans and seas and there water bodies are likely to be polluted with domestic and Industrial as well a... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OFLOCUST BEAN WASTE ASH ON CEMENTMODIFIED BLACK COTTON SOIL

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1 PreambleGeotechnical engineers are often faced with the problem of constructing roadbeds on soil which do not have adequate strength to support the wheel loads imposedupon them either in construction or during the service life of the pavement. It issometimes necessary to treat these soils, termed expansive soils to give a stable subgradeor working platforms for the const... Continue Reading »

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THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE CONTRACT PLANNING ON CONTRACTORS PROFIT

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY AND ORGANIZATIONAL PROFILE Seeley (1997) described the construction industry as one of the most important sectors of the economy, which integrates a wide variety of skilled and unskilled professionals. These professionals engage in the provision of goods and services ranging from construction, alteration, refurbishment to repairs of building and... Continue Reading »

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AQUIFER CHARACTERISTICS IN UYO METROPOLIS: A CASE STUDY OF ITIAM ETOI, ANUA OFFOT AND IBOKO OFFOT

ABSTRACT The description and location of the geologic formations and water bearing zones within the study area are discussed. The geologic aquifers in the area are the upper, medium and lower sands. Pumping test and soil sample data were obtained from Itiam Etoi, Iboko Offot and Anua Offot. The analysis reveals that the following aquifer characteristics such as storativity, transmissivity, yield a... Continue Reading »

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PAVEMENT DESIGN IN NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY OF LAGOS-IBADAN EXPRESSWAY

ABSTRACT This study researched into how new and existing highways in Nigeria can be designed for construction or reconstruction to check under design and premature distress and accommodate the growing numbers of heavy vehicles. It presents an analysis of the determination of the thickness of flexible pavement for Lagos Ibadan Expressway as designed using the CBR method, the AASHTO method, the Asph... Continue Reading »

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AN INVESTIGATION INTO QUALITY OF AGGREGATE IN ROAD CONSTRUCTION

ABSTRACT The current extensive use of low quality aggregate in Nigerian road for engineering applications is of concern because they appear to be a level of ignorance surrounding their existing properties and implications. This project was conceived for the purpose of comparing the crushed aggregate and one sample each was obtained from different locations and transported to ministry of works labo... Continue Reading »

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AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE PROPERTIES OF STABILIZED LATERITE BLOCKS

ABSTRACT Sustaining housing development especially to the medium/low income group of the society has become a huge challenge particularly because of the huge capital outlay required to do so. Thus, acquisition of indigenous building materials by way of Compressed Stabilized Laterite Blocks (CSLBs) has been suggested as a way out. The aim of this research is to investigate the properties of stabili... Continue Reading »

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