Eurasian Journal of Engineering and Technology 2023-03-22T07:40:19+00:00 Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Eurasian Journal of Engineering and Technology (EJET</strong><strong>)</strong> is an Open Access, Peer Reviewed, International, Refereed, Scientific Journal that publishes original research and review articles related to diverse research in Engineering, Technology and applied Sciences.</p> <p>The main objective of <strong>Eurasian Journal of Engineering and Technology (EJET) </strong>is to offer an intellectual platform to the international scholars and it aims to promote interdisciplinary studies in areas of Engineering, Technology and applied Sciences. All manuscripts must be prepared in English language and subject to a rigorous peer-review process. The scope of the journal is not limited to-</p> <ul> <li>Electrical and Computer Engineering</li> <li>Mechanical and Automobile Engineering</li> <li>Civil and Construction Engineering</li> <li>Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering</li> <li>Artificial Intelligence and Robotics</li> <li>Data Science and Data Mining</li> <li>Environmental and Sustainable Developments</li> <li>Smart Computing and Information Processing</li> <li>Recent Trends in Microelectronics and VLSI Design</li> <li>Challenges of Industry and their Solutions, Communications</li> <li>Internet of Things (IoT)</li> <li>Microwaves and Photonics</li> <li>Computation Intelligence and Analytics</li> <li>Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transmission</li> <li>Networking and Database</li> <li>Machine Learning (ML) and Knowledge Mining (KM)</li> <li>Computer networking Computational Intelligence</li> <li>Algorithms and Complexity</li> <li>Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering</li> <li>Computer Networks and Inventive Communication Technologies</li> <li>Engineering and Nano Technology</li> </ul> <p><strong>ISSN (E):</strong> 2795-7640</p> <p><strong>Journal Impact Factor:</strong> 7.995</p> Production of Complex Fertilizer by Activating Low-Grade Phosphorites. A Review 2023-03-08T09:25:25+00:00 Kholiyorova Oghiloy J Mirzakulov CH. X Diyarov Kh.D. <p>In this scientific work, a studying of conducted on obtaining mineral complex fertilizers using methods of thermal enrichment of low-grade phosphorites. Enrichment of lowgrade phosphates Production from non-enriched phosphate raw materials and thermal concentrate has been launched. Technical conditions have been developed for all types of raw materials in Central Kyzylkum. Despite the similarity of Central Kyzylkum phosphorite with phosphorite deposits in other North Africa and Afghanistan, some parts are different. Therefore, the method of production of products obtained from Central Kyzylkum phosphorite differs from the methods of traditional production. Central Kyzylkum phosphorite has some advantages over previously used Karatau phosphorite. It is a deficiency of four oxides of magnesium, iron, aluminum, and silicon</p> 2023-03-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Characterization the mechanical properties of Sustainable poly(methyl methacrylate) biopolymer 2023-03-08T11:31:23+00:00 Noor Emad Kareem Thura Abd Al-Ameer Alrubaie <p>Denture materials must have robust mechanical properties to withstand high pressures within the mouth. The present study investigates the mechanical properties, including the tensile, hardness, and impact of a new denture composite made of poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) and reinforced with eggshell (ES) powder. The new PMMA (PMMA-EC) was manufactured by mixing different ratios of ES (1 to 7% wt.) with 5% (wt) of Chitosan (CS) (as antibacterial). The new composite was tested for the tensile, hardness, and impact, and the results were compared with those of the traditional PMMA-EC (containing only 5% chitosan). Additionally, a Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) was used to examine the dispersion of ES in the material. The results of this study indicated that adding 1% of ES powder did not affect the mechanical properties of the composite. However, increasing the ratio of ES powder to 5% achieved the best improvement in the mechanical properties of the new composite, while increasing the ES ratio by more than 5% caused a considerable decrease in the mechanical strength. Generally, the tensile, hardness, and impact of the new denture composite were examned, respectively</p> 2023-03-06T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Compensation of Reactive Power in Asynchronous Motors of Agricultural Enterprises 2023-03-12T13:11:10+00:00 Abdullo Panoev Makhsum Bozorov <p>This article provides information about the series and ratings of three-phase asynchronous motors with a squirrel-cage rotor used in agricultural enterprises. The amount of active and reactive power consumed by an agricultural enterprise in 2022- 2023 was also analyzed, and a proposal was made to compensate for reactive power.</p> 2023-03-09T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Removal of Humic Substances from Drinking Water by Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, and Nanofiltration membranes 2023-03-16T14:53:54+00:00 Ali Abdulkhaliq Kamal <p>In this research, three types of flat sheet membranes were fabricated from polysulfone and N, N diamthelyformamide (DMF) by using wet phase inversion method. Microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), and nanofiltration (NF) membranes. The mean pore size diameter of these membranes were calculated which are (0.2 ┬Ám, 10 nm and 0.1nm) respectively. The efficiency of membranes was examined to remove humic acid (HA) from synthetic water containing different concentration (3,6,8, and 10 mg/L), and their performances were compared. UV254nm absorbance was used to determine the % of HA compounds eliminated from permeates and retentate samples. To analyze the flux decay and biofouling induced by organic matter, three samples of each membrane were tested using a cross flow filtering system with a single flat sheet membrane. Filtration test of synthetic water containing 8mg/L HA shows removal efficiency 100% for nanofiltration membrane, while ultrafiltration and microfiltration membranes shows removal efficiency 88% and 15% respectively. However, the NF membrane removed 100% of HA and their good efficiency for removing conductivity and turbidity (90, 75%) respectively, but UF membrane is seem to be more convenient from practical point of view, due to their good rejection of HA and turbidity (88% and 70%)) respectively in addition, their good recovery of flux after back washing (88%). The most draw back against NF membrane are their high cost, and high pressure required for operation. Also NF removed the hardness from the water, which are important in proper drinking water quality</p> 2023-03-11T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023 " A state of the art review of Static Analysis of Multi Layers RC Deep Beams Under Combined Shear and Torsion " 2023-03-22T07:40:19+00:00 Siraj Khalid Yahqoop Saad Khalaf Mohaisen <p>RC deep beams, which serve as transfer girders in bridges and tall buildings, are crucial structural systems that must be safe since they bear heavy loads across small spans. The shear strength and pure torsion together of deep beams is not reliably and properly predicted by recent design standards in practice codes, and in some situations, they are dangerous. To improve current design methodologies and more precisely anticipate the shear and torsion capacity of such members, it is the goal of this effort to understand the behavior of (hybrid) deep beams and their controlling factors. This study examines the impact of vertical and horizontal reinforcement and shear span ratios on failure modes and strengths. This study summarizes earlier research on strengthening Deep (hybrid) beams by the ratio of vertical and horizontal reinforcement resist both shear and torsion and adding SFRC technology. It also illustrates the impact of several strengthening materials of concrete, fiber reinforced concrete and ultra-high strength concrete (UHSC) and their effect on the flexural strength of RC beams</p> 2023-03-20T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2023