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Asean Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE)
ISSN : 27766098     EISSN : 27765938     DOI : https://doi.org/10.17509/ajse.
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering (AJSE) promotes research in the broad field of science and Engineering Education (including such disciplines as Agriculture Education, Environmental Science Education, etc.) with particular respect to Indonesia, but not limited to authorship or topical coverage within the region. Contributions are expected from senior researchers, project managers, research administrators and PhD students at advanced stages of their research, representing both public organizations and private industry. Equally, the journal if intended for scholars and students, reseachers working at research organizations and government agencies, and also for enterprises undertaking applied R&D to lead innovations. The editorial contents and elements that comprise the journal include: Theoretical articles Empirical studies Practice-oriented papers Case studies Review of papers, books, and resources. As far as the criteria for evaluating and accepting submissions is concerned, a rigorous review process will be used. Submitted papers will, prior to the formal review, be screened so as to ensure their suitability and adequacy to the journal. In addition, an initial quality control will be performed, so as to ensure matters such as language, style of references and others, comply with the journal´s style. The below mentioned areas are just indicative. The editorial board also welcomes innovative articles that redefine any Science and Technology field. Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Physics, Material, and Mechanical Engineering Biology, Biological and Bio System Engineering Food and Agriculture Engineering Mathematics Computer Science and Engineering Earth Science and Engineering Space Engineering Electrical Engineering Architecture and Civil Engineering Environment Science and Engineering Basic Science in Engineering Engineering Reforms New Technologies Industry and Education: A Continous Collaboration Research and Development in Engineering Globalisation in Engineering Women in Engineering Computers, Internet, Multimedia in Engineering Organization of Laboratories Agricultural Bio Systems Engineering Mechanical Engineering Electric and Electronic Engineering Civil Engineering and Architectural Engineering
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Galileo-E5a Bandwidth Frequency Filter Design for Galileo-E5a Receiver Mekpradab, Teerachet; Onanong, Narumol; Chinnapark, Surachet; Pattameak, Julongkorn; Kenpankho, Prasert
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 2, No 2 (2022): AJSE: Volume 2, Issue 2, 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1988.9 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ajse.v2i2.37798

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This study focused on the design of the band-reject filter on the frequency of the Galileo satellite by providing bandwidth at the cut-off frequency equal to the bandwidth of the Galileo-E5a. The selecting of response characteristic is Butterworth's maximally flat, amplitude-frequency response of the band-reject filter. This poster shows the combination of the LPF and HPF to perform a band-reject filter. Therefore, there are two combinations also in designing for the band-reject filter. This combination aims to influence the performance of the band-reject filter. Band rejects filter design using the frequency of the Galileo-E5a with bandwidth is 25 MHz.using a Butterworth filter which is presented in this poster. The circuit is composed 3rd.order.Moreover, the combination between LPF and HPF is designed to act as a band-reject filter. As a  result, we can filter the frequency of Galileo-E5a by using the band-reject filter.
Genetic Epidemiological Studies of Diabetes Mellitus in Hospital Population of District Bahawalpur Waseem, Muhammad; Ullah, Farhat; Arshad, Romana
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 2, No 3 (2022): AJSE: Volume 2, Issue 3, 2022
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Diabetes is considered a disease that is characterized by high glucose levels in the blood. Diabetes has become a global epidemic disease which is most common in developing countries. The aims are to provide an estimate of diabetes prevalence in the hospital population of district Bahawalpur. The study was carried out on 1000 Diabetic patients, Data was collected by a well-designed Questionnaire. In the statistical analysis, the percentage (%), Standard Error (S.E), mean (M), and Chi-Square tests were used. Out of 1000 Diabetic patients, 39.6% (396) were females and 60.4% (604) were males. The mean age was 51.57 ± 0.50 years in females and for the males, it was 47.99 ± 0.53. A greater number of patients belonged to the urban areas with 70.5% (705/1000) and Minimum belonged to Rural areas with 29.5% (295/1000). BMI recorded in the maximum range of 23-26.9 with 39.9% (399/1000) of the patients while it is recorded minimum the range of ≥27 with 10.1% (101/1000). By family history, much of the diabetic patients belonged to the consanguinity group with 35.7% (357/1000), while it was minimum in the out of cast 7.8 (78/1000). Type II Diabetes mellitus was more common with 64.2% (642/1000) and less common with 35.8% (358/1000). A more fetal onset of Diabetes occurs in the patients with Diabetic family history.
Moment Tensor Components with Their Corresponding Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors for Earthquakes Mw ≥ 6.0 in Northern and Southwestern of Pakistan Khurram, Shahzada; Khalid, Perveiz
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 2 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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Self-generated earthquake catalogue of Mw≥6.0 upto 300 km depth was prepared for the inversion of six components of moment tensor. Seismotectonic map was drawn with seismicity distribution. The stress map of Pakistan was generated through CASMO which described by the Anderson model (1951). The maximum horizontal stress (SHmax) acting in the compressional zone generates reverse faulting (RF) causes to form the three distressing mountainous range called Karakorum, Hindukush and Himalayan i-e SHmaxSHmin. In eastern side of Pakistan, minimum horizontal stress (SHmin) acting in the extensional zone produced normal fault (NF) i-e SHmax SHmin. Focal mechanism was also drawn using source parameters of each event obtained by matlab codes. Stress tensor components were obtained using mathematical equations and out comes were written in the form of 3x3 matrix. All matrices have non trivial solutions and their solution sets were also evaluated in the form of eigen values and eigen vectors. Crustal thickness was displayed by thickness map. The maximum thickness of curst in northern Pakistan i-e 60-70 km whereas in southwestern region this varied from 20– 40 km all around.  This variation due to plate motion intensity and velocity of Indian and Eurasian plate collision.
Pollutant Emissions from Brick Kilns and Their Effects on Climate Change and Agriculture Asif, Muhammad; Saleem, Sobia; Tariq, Anum; Usman, Muhammad; Haq, Rida Ahtizaz Ul
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 2 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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Continuous increase in population has resulted in increased demand for building material. Bricks are the major building material and are a fast-growing industrial sector in many countries such as Pakistan, China, India, and Bangladesh. Despite its integral role, it is among the top three factors that cause the emission of harmful pollutants that not only affect our climate and human health but also effecting agriculture sectors to a great extent. Brick kilns emit gases like SO2, CO, Black Carbon, CO2, NOx, PM, etc., that affect our biotic and abiotic components of the ecosystem. So, the objective of this paper is twofold. Firstly, it has been focused on the pollutants emissions from brick kilns, their effects on climate and agriculture sectors. Secondly, the possible techniques have been discussed that can be used to reduce or eliminate its harmful impacts. It was found that the pollutant emissions from brick kilns like SOx, NOx, CO2, CO, unburnt hydrocarbons, Particulate matter, heavy metal, and various other compounds have a significant effect on the surrounding environment, climate and agriculture field in the vicinity of brick kilns. If the proper technology for reducing pollutants will not be installed in the brick kiln, there might be a serious disadvantage of climate and especially in the agriculture field in the vicinity of brick kilns.
Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for the Detection of Chlorpyrifos (an Organophosphate Pesticide) Altaf, Rafia; Ullah, Zafran; Darko, Daniel Amoako; Iqbal, Asif; Khan, Muhammad Shahzeb; Asif, Muhammad
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 2, No 3 (2022): AJSE: Volume 2, Issue 3, 2022
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Chlorpyrifos belongs to an organophosphate pesticides group that is frequently used to increase the yield of crops by controlling plant and pests-related diseases. Chlorpyrifos contaminates the environment and cause diseases to the human population. Molecularly imprinting technology lead to the development of molecularly imprinted polymers having templated oriented cavities with high selectivity, sensitivity, stability, and portability. Our review article aims to provide a collective study related to pesticides detection through molecularly imprinted polymers with existed constraints and necessary potential facets are discussed.
Galileo-E6 Bandwidth Frequency Filter Design for Galileo Receiver Chinnapark, Surachet; Onanong, Narumol; Pattameak, Julongkorn; Mekpradab, Teerachet; Kenpankho, Prasert
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 2 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 2, 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (611.956 KB) | DOI: 10.17509/ajse.v1i2.34224

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This research discusses about the combination of the LPF and HPF to perform band reject filter. Therefore, there are two combination also in designing band reject filter. The aim of this combination to get know is there have an influence on the performance of band reject filter was designed by using the frequency of the GalileoE6 with bandwidth 40 MHz. This filter is used a Butterworth filter which is presented in this study. These filter circuit is composed 4rd order. In addition to, the combination between LPF and HPF forming to a band reject filter is designed. As a result, the filter design on the frequency of Galileo-E6 is successfully used in band reject filter.
Insecticidal Effects of Blue Ternate (Clitoria Ternatea) Leaf Extract Against Mosquito Wrigglers Valdez, Anamarie; Abusama, Hassanal; Lapuz, Nikoshi; Martinez, Samantha; Pineda, Stephanie; Tolentino, April
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 3 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 3, 2021
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The purpose of conducting this research is to determine the effectiveness of blue ternate (Clitoria Ternatea) leaf extracts for terminating mosquito wrigglers by making a mosquito larvae insecticide. To determine the effectiveness of the leaf extract to terminate mosquito wrigglers, a mortality test was conducted. The numbers of the dead mosquito wrigglers were checked every 5 min. The results showed that the blue ternate leaf is effective to eliminate mosquito wriggler and the amount of leaf extract in the ethanol brings different effectiveness. The present study showed that both ethanolic extract and pure leaf extract of Clitoria Ternatea are effective as insecticidal against mosquito wrigglers. The insecticidal effects of Clitoria Ternatea against mosquito wrigglers will contribute largely to the people, to help those people who cannot afford to buy insecticide and to lessen the number of people who encounter diseases caused by mosquitoes.
Study and Review of Properties and Applications of Portland Pozzolana Cement Waghmare, Jagruti Dattatraya; Patil, Samruddhi Sampatrao; Patil, Sheha Mahadeo; Maske, M.
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC) is prepared by adding Pozzolanic materials to ordinary Portland Cement. The artificial pozzolana materials used in the manufacturing of PPC such as fly ash, silica fume, rice husk, blast furnace slag, are actually industrial waste, which is produced in large amounts. These artificial pozzolana materials when used in concrete can reduce consumption of natural resources, diminish the effect of pollutants in the environment and it is economical and reliable. The main objective of this paper is to focus on the properties and applications of Portland Pozzolana Cement and make effective use of different industrial by-products in the manufacturing of cement. We found that both PPC and ordinary portland cement (OPC) are commonly used types of cement in construction. Nowadays, PPC is used as a substitute for ordinary Portland cement (OPC cement). Since PPC contains pozzolanic materials, it helps to enhance the strength of concrete. The quantity of PPC required in making the concrete is less when compared to OPC. PPC is a green material that contributes towards sustainable development.
Understanding of Collective Decision-Making in Natural Swarms System, Applications and Challenges Bakar, Muhammad Abu
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 3 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 3, 2021
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Swarm robotics is an emergent field that is inspired from biological system. Decentralized control for the achievement of global task. The concept of collective system is used to develop artificial systems that can perform the tasks in a collective manner, with minimum resources. In this paper we have presented group level intelligence to achieve global goals. Optimization strategies for swarm robotics, self-learning of agents by using trial and error, a well know technique of reinforcement learning and how system is designed to minimize the task allocation. We discuss some of the enabling factors at micro and macro-level and how these factors affect the modelling and intelligence of artificial system. Using the modern artificial intelligence, designing new systems to solve the complex research problems. And some of the key challenges in the field of swarm intelligence.
Kamias (Averrhoa Bilimbi), Starfruit (Averrhoa Carambola), and Karamay (Phyllanthus Acidus) Fruit Extract as Alternative Stain Remover Hitalia, Jurish Pauleen; Bringuelo, Yca Justerine; Jordan, Ivan Henry; Martinez, Edward; Leba Jr., Remo; Vadez, Anamarie G.; Abusama, Hassanal; Paculanan, Alan
ASEAN Journal of Science and Engineering Vol 1, No 1 (2021): AJSE: Volume 1, Issue 1, 2021
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This study generally aimed to determine the effectiveness of kamias, star fruit, and karamay fruit extracts in removing stains. Previous studies revealed the effectiveness of Kamias as a stain remover, while, this study compared the effectiveness of different fruit extracts as a stain remover and the potential utilization of other fruit extracts from trees that are locally available.  We determined the cost of making stain remover using kamias, karamay, and star fruit extracts, the ability of these fruit extracts as a stain remover in terms of the degree of strain reduction and whitening of the cloth, and ultimately, the significant difference between the various treatments. Results revealed that the use of star fruit extract was the cheapest among the four treatments while the highest cost was incurred using Karamay extract. There was a significant difference observed between treatments. Bleach was the most effective in removing the stains and whitening the fabric, followed by the kamias extract. In terms of removing stains, whitening the cloth, and availability in the neighborhood, the extract was found to have the best results. We, therefore, recommended the use of kamias extract as an alternative organic stain remover for fabrics and be used by the households. Being derived from natural fruit extract and contain no dangerous chemicals, the product is safe for human use and environment-friendly.