AUST Institutional Repository
Welcome to the African University of Science and Technology, Institutional Repository. This is a digital archive service of the AUST Library for the preservation and promotion of research record and supporting research data at AUST. This service also collects, preserves, and distributes the academic output and research materials produced or maintained by AUST.
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How Machine Learning Can Evaluate the Influence of Socioeconomic and Climatic Factors in Agricultural Yield: A Case of Nigeria (AUST, 2023-05-10)The major international agencies in charge of nutrition are becoming increasingly concerned about global agricultural production in particular. Food insecurity has emerged in some populated areas, including Africa, as a ...
(AUST, 2017-12-10)Gas condensate reservoirs are initially discovered as single-phase gas reservoirs. As the reservoir is produced below the fluid dew-point pressure, an increase in condensate saturation in the near wellbore region occur ...
(AUST, 2023-01-23)Over-exploitation of groundwater over the years has imposed immense pressure on the global groundwater resources. As demand of potable water increases across the globe for human consumption, agriculture and industrial uses, ...
Mechanical Performance of PVA/PAN Complexed with Aluminium Oxide (Al2O3) Nanopaticles for Solid Polymer Electrolyte (AUST, 2022-11-10)Interest in solid polymer blends has increased due to the demand for flexible, lightweight, and long-lasting energy devices. Traditional lithium-ion batteries contain liquid electrolytes that pose a serious safety risk ...
Effect of Partial Replacement of Cement with Metakaolin on the Physio-Mechanical Properties of Excavated Soil Reinforced with Natural Borassus Fruit Fibre. (AUST, 2023-06-07)Large amounts of excavated soil, both clean and polluted, are frequently produced during construction projects which are typically disposed of in landfills. This research explored a method to re-use the excavated soil as ...