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Asghar Mohammad moradi , Mahdi Akhtarkavan,
Volume 18, Issue 6 (International Journal of Engineering science 2007)
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The present paper will investigate the specific elements of architectural design based on Islamic beliefs, by taking Iranian Architectural values and vernacular climate design methods into consideration. This research will assess the spirit of experimental elements, created by the inhabitants, according to recent scientific findings. The main concentration will be on the physical design of rural areas in hot, arid and sunny regions of Iran in order to have active and healthy environments and to emphasize on transferring all these sustainable values to the future.
M. Parvari , M. moradi,
Volume 19, Issue 3 (International Journal of Engineering 2008)
Abstract

  Abstract : In this study, we prepared a LaNi0.3Al0.7O3 perovskite catalyst using a sol-gel related method (with prop ionic acid as a solvent) for use in the methane dry reforming reaction to produce synthesis gas. We defined the catalyst structure on the basis of X-ray diffraction analysis and measurements of the specific surface area and particle size distribution. The mixed oxide structure was shaped into a cylindrical pellet before being measured for its mechanical strength. The shaped perovskite catalyst was then tested in the methane dry reforming reaction to produce synthesis gas at atmospheric pressure. The results are compared with the predictions of a mathematical model that is used to estimate the concentration profile within the pellet. The outlet concentration of the reactants and conversion products calculated by the mathematical model has been consistent with the results obtained by experiments conducted in a fixed bed reactor.


B. moradi, H. Shakeri, S. Namdarzangeneh,
Volume 23, Issue 1 (IJIEPR 2012)
Abstract

Until now single values of IRR are traditionally used to estimate the time value of cash flows. Since uncertainty exists in estimating cost data, the resulting decision may not be reliable. The most commonly cited drawbacks to using the internal rate of return in evaluatton of deterministic cash flow streams is the possibility of multiple conflicting internal rates of return. In this paper we present a fuzzy methodology for solving problems of multiple IRR in any type of streams. Utilization of fuzzy cash flow allows modeling of uncertainty in estimating cost data. The approach of

-cut is to decrease the range of the final fuzzy set by increasing the degree of membership. For each fuzzy IRR in an optimum -cut, and an obtained present value of each stream, it is possible to decide on acceptance or rejection of a project according to the type of each stream (borrowing or investing). The upper bound of -cut is the worst case for borrowing and the lower bound of -cut is the worst case for investing. It is shown that both the internal rate of return and the present value are important in decision making and by analyzing the sensitivity of these values relative to the -cut variation, one can see the behavior of the project and choose a narrower fuzzy range.

Mahdi Karbasian, Batool Mohebi, Bijan Khayambashi, Mohsen Chesh Berah, Mehdi moradi,
Volume 26, Issue 4 (IJIEPR 2015)
Abstract

The present paper aims to investigate the effects of modularity and the layout of subsystems and parts of a complex system on its maintainability. For this purpose, four objective functions have been considered simultaneously: I) maximizing the level of accordance between system design and optimum modularity design,II) maximizing the level of accessibility and the maintenance space required,III) maximizing the providing of distance requirement and IV) minimizing the layout space. The first objective function has been put forward for the first time in the present paper and in it, the optimum system modularity design was determined using the Design Structure Matrix (DSM) technique.The second objective function is combined with the concept of Level of Repair Analysis (LoRA) and developed. Simultaneous optimization of the above-mentioned objective functions has not been considered in previous studies. The multi objective problem which has been put forward was applied on a laser range finder containing 17 subsystems and the modularity and optimum layout was determined using a multi objective particle swarm optimization (MOPSO) algorithm.

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