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F. Sereshki, S.a. Hosseini, N. Aziz , I. Porter ,
Volume 19, Issue 5 (IJES 2008)
Abstract

The Outburst can be defined as a sudden release of coal and rock accompanied by large quantities of gas into the underground coal mine workings which represents a major hazard in underground coal mines. Gas drainage has been proven to be successful in reducing outburst hazards by decreasing the in-situ gas pressure. One of aspect of gas drainage from coal seams is coal matrix volume changes. Current study is primarily concerned with experimental studies related to coal volume change (coal shrinkage) under various gas types and pressures. Two types of tests were conducted on each sample, the adsorption test for coal swelling and the desorption test for coal shrinkage. The gases used in the study were CH4, CO2, CH4/CO2 (50-50% volume), and N2. In this research, tests were conducted with respect to volumetric change behavior in different gases and their corresponding comparative results were presented.


Saeed Ramezani , Azizollah Memariani,
Volume 22, Issue 2 (IJIEPR 2011)
Abstract

 

  Condition Monitoring,

  Oil Analysis, Wear Behavior,

  Fuzzy Rule Based System

 

Maintenance , as a support function, plays an important role in manufacturing companies and operational organizations. In this paper, fuzzy rules used to interpret linguistic variables for determination of priorities. Using this approach, such verbal expressions, which cannot be explicitly analyzed or statistically expressed, are herein quantified and used in decision making.

In this research, it is intended to justify the importance of historic data in oil analysis for fault detection. Initial rules derived by decision trees and visualization then these fault diagnosis rules corrected by experts. With the access to decent information sources, the wear behaviors of diesel engines are studied. Also, the relation between the final status of engine and selected features in oil analysis is analyzed. The dissertation and analysis of determining effective features in condition monitoring of equipments and their contribution, is the issue that has been studied through a Data Mining model.
A Azizi, V. Boppana , A.c. Clement,
Volume 22, Issue 4 (IJIEPR 2011)
Abstract

  This paper demonstrates a preliminary investigation of geometry, function and its relation to DFX principles, namely DFM (Design for Manufacturing). This is the starting point for research on the development of an expert system that assesses design goals along DFX principles in a feature-based CAD environment. There is a need for a deeper level of understanding of the relationship between geometry and its effects on function, in order to correct and improve the product concept before large amounts of resources are invested in the product’s development.

This paper is a preliminary investigation into geometry and function involving DFM as part of an early stage of research into geometric effects on function and DFX through the use of CAD/CAE/CAM.In this paper, a concept is chosen to develop a parametric solid model that will be used to investigate a set of defined function attributes using model variants, which are evaluated in terms of the defined function attributes and DFM. The investigation found that for the functions defined, geometric parameters had less of an effect than expected. This is mainly due to the fact that the defined function attributes under investigation were associated with material properties. This paper demonstrates a preliminary investigation at the early stage of research to develop a more detailed relationship structure between geometry and functional attributes and their relationship with DFX. The end goal is to develop an integrated methodology involving geometry, function and DFX principles through the use of CAD/CAE/CAM .
Mohammad Sarvar Masouleh, Amir Azizi,
Volume 30, Issue 4 (IJIEPR 2019)
Abstract

The present research aims at investigating feasible improvements by determining optimal number of stations and required workforce using a simulation system, with the ultimate goal of reaching optimal throughput while respecting the problem constraints in an attempt to achieve maximum feasible performance in terms of production rate. For this purpose, similar research works were investigated by reviewing the relevant pieces of the literature on simulation model, car signoff station, and techniques for optimizing the station, and the model of the car signoff unit was designed using data gathering tools, existing documents, and actual observations. Subsequently, the model was validated by means of descriptive statistics and analysis of variance (ANOVA). Furthermore, available data was analyzed using ARENA and SPSS software tools. In a next step, potential improvements of the unit were identified and the model was evaluated accordingly. The results indicated that some 80% of the existing problems could be addressed by appropriately planning for human resources, on-time provision of the required material at reworking units, and minimization of transportation at the stations that contributed the most to the working queue. Thus, the waiting time per station could be minimized while increasing the production rate.

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