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A Neo Emission Reduction Approach for Minimizing Atmospheric Air Pollutants Using Ternary Fuel with Pentanol and Seaweed Anti-Oxidant in Multi-Cylinder Diesel Engine


ANANDAVELU K et al. View all

Air Quality

This research examines the scope for reducing the air pollution caused by the transportation sector through the infusion of biofuel and antioxidants ensuring the partial replacement of conventional fuel. A four-stroke, direct-injection, multi-cylinder and constant-speed diesel engine was employed...

Multi-cylinder Engine Bio-fuel +3 more

Artificial Intelligence with Earthworm Optimization Assisted Waste Management System for Smart Cities


J. Rajalakshmi et al. View all

Solid Waste Management

In recent days, massive quantity of waste materials gets considerable increased with increasing population. Proper management of waste materials becomes essential to reduce environmental degradation and improve quality of life in smart cities. Waste management helps to collect and treat waste...

Computer vision Smart city +6 more

Experimental Study on Geopolymer Concrete with Partial Replacement of Bethamcherla Waste Stone Powder


Dr. P. Subashree et al. View all


The process of making portland cement uses up a lot of resources and has a harmful environment effect since it produces a lot of greenhouse emissions. The by-product of the stone cutting and polishing industries is Bethamcharla waste Stone Powder (BWSP). Each industry produces an average of one...

Bethamcherla Waste Stone Powder Geopolymer concrete +2 more

Development of Bacterial consortia from traditional lime mortar for the preparation of sustainable and strength-enhanced concrete: A solution for heavy metal toxic concrete


Subitha T et al. View all

Environmental Management and Policies

The microbial consortia incorporated in bio concrete should have traits such as high alkali resistance and the ability to form endospores to overcome the mechanical and chemical stresses produced during concrete preparation. The primary intent of our work is to segregate and identify the calcium...

bio concrete calcite precipitation +5 more

Modeling of Internet of Things Enabled Sustainable Environment Air Pollution Monitoring System


A.Ramachandran et al. View all

Air Quality

Air quality, radiation pollution, and water pollution were thekey featuresthat possess genuine challenges to the environment. Proper monitoring wasneededin such a way that the world couldaccomplish sustainable development, withkeeping a healthy society. Recently, environment monitoring is become a...

sustainability Air pollution monitoring +3 more

SARS-CoV-2 vaccines from A to Z: A Review of the current challenges


Ghada Abd-Elmonsef Mahmoud et al. View all


COVID-19 pandemic is a major worldwide health disaster firstly reported in December 2019. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has offered the public hope of halting it, authorizing vaccinations for emergency use with more than 85% efficacy against serious acute respiratory syndrome (SARS-CoV-2)...

SARS-CoV-2 vaccines Covid-19 +4 more

Theoretical prediction of odour determining parameters in dairy effluent using adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system


S.S. Dawn et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

People are prompted to complain about air pollution by offensive odours. They can produce psychological consequences, such as nausea, headaches, lack of appetite, breathing difficulties, and various adverse reactions in some circumstances. Among various industries, the dairy industry emits the most...

Dairy effluent synthetic dairy effluent Odour +3 more

Drainage network flow anomaly classification based on XGBoost


Tai YJ et al. View all

Environmental data analysis and modelling

Identifying and classifying anomalies in on-line monitoring systems of drainage systems is important to reduce urban water pollution. In the context of big data, the mini-batch K-means combined with the XGBoost drainage network abnormal flow identification and classification model is proposed to...

traffic anomaly classification recognition +2 more

Coastline change rate estimation on the southern coastal districts of Tamil Nadu, India using the multi temporal Google Earth images and GIS based statistical approach


Kumar et al. View all

Ecology, environmental change and management

Coastal erosion is the process of wearing away material from the coastal profile due to an imbalance in the supply and export of material from a particular section of the coast which cause property damage, and the loss of land. This study investigates the rate of erosion and accretion along the...

DSAS Shoreline change +3 more

Determination of Parameters for Watershed delineation using various satellite derived Digital Elevation Models and its accuracy


KALIAPPAN, S. et al. View all

Water Resources Management

Digital Elevation Model (DEM) is an inevitable tool for many applications, such as natural resource management. In the present scenario, it is available with various resolutions from meter to sub-meter accuracy. These data are used extensively to explore the river basin's physical features by...

Watershed Delineation Morphometric analysis +6 more

The Influence of Ecological Environment Protection Mechanism on the Economic Development and Management Mechanism of Rural Enterprises


Xiaojing Guo et al. View all

Ecology, environmental change and management

The purpose is to analyze the economic development and management mechanism of rural enterprises, and explore the role of ecological environment protection mechanism in the economic development of rural enterprises. First, the related theories are analyzed and expounded; then, the participants of...

ecological environment protection mechanism rural enterprise economy +4 more

Experimental investigation of hybrid composites using biowastes and Calotropis gigantea: an eco-friendly approach


Ramshankar.P et al. View all


The wastes are in many forms consist of organic materials like human, medical, food, plastics, construction waste etc. many researchers are focused on the waste management to gives more importance to the environment. The bio degradable waste was used in this research with naturals fibers. The need...

Environment Bio waste +4 more



ShiLun Zhang et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

In the presence of nitrogen oxides, nitrate-reducing bacteria (NRB) may use nitrate as an electron acceptor, reduce nitrate to nitrite, and finally convert nitrite to nitrogen or ammonium (NO and N2O). Studies have shown that BCX (Bio-Competitive Exclusion) is a viable , ecologically benign, and low...

NRB Nitrate-reducing bacteria +6 more

Water quality assessment in coastal lagoons using improved back propagation deep neural network with PH level compensation sensors in smart environment


VENKATESAN. V et al. View all

Water Quality

In coastal lagoons, eutrophication is a significant ecological and environmental problem. The majority of the pollution and deterioration problems that coastal zones and their ecosystems face are due to human influence through urbanization and industrialization. In this research, evaluations of...

Water quality smart environment +4 more

MTBE adsorption on surface modified adsorbent Kaolin-KOH – A study on Kinetic equilibrium and surface morphology


Al-Zaqri. N and Gokulan R et al. View all

Water and Wastewater Treatment

The purpose of this research was to evaluate the effectiveness of low-cost adsorbents for the removal of MTBE by employing natural kaolin clay with surface modification by KOH. The feasibility of MTBE examination by High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) in aqueous solution was investigated. To...

MTBE Surface modification +3 more

Evaluating Coconut Fiber and Fly Ash Composites for Use in Landfill Retention Layers


Mochamad Arief Budihardjo et al. View all

Solid Waste Management

This study utilized a series of experimental tests, including the Atterberg limit, standard Proctor, permeability, and direct shear tests. Three composites were investigated: 85% fly ash-10% bentonite (V1), 90% fly ash-5% bentonite (V2), and 95% fly ash-0% bentonite (V3). All composites contained 5%...

stability Landfill liner +2 more

Airborne Dust and Associated Metals: A Link between its impact and sink rate within different roadside plants


Rahul M M C et al. View all

Air Quality

Transportation driven by fossil fuels increases air pollution induced by urbanisation. Heavy metals such as Cadmium (Cd), Chromium (Cr), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), Lead (Pb), and Zinc (Zn) are life-threatening elements and their concentration is increasing alarmingly in soil in various countries. Air...

air pollution Heavy metal +4 more

The peak path of provincial carbon emissions in the Yellow River Basin of China Based on scenario analysis and Monte Carlo simulation method


Weifeng Gong et al. View all

Environmental Management and Policies

The Yellow River Basin is an important economic zone in China and an important base for energy, chemical, raw materials and basic industries. However, the sloppy development pattern of "high consumption and high pollution" in nine provinces along the Yellow River Basin has become an important...

Yellow River Basin carbon peaking +2 more

Mass-flux Reduction and Mass Removal Relationships (MFR-MR) of Pool-dominated Multicomponent DNAPLs in Heterogeneous Geological System


Nihat Hakan Akyol et al. View all

Soil and groundwater contamination and remediation

Contamination of groundwater by chlorinated solvents such as trichloroethylene (TCE, tetrachloroethylene (PCE), and 1,1-dichloroethylene (1,1DCE) is a widespread problem that can seriously threaten human health and the environment. These compounds are often present as dense nonaqueous phase liquid...

DNAPL dichloroethylene +4 more