Advanced Journal of EngineeringOpen Access

Advanced Journal of Engineering[AJE] is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original and high-quality research papers in all related areas. All papers published will be open access to all readers. To build a platform for scientific research and academic exchange for scholars, focusing on the development and research, introducing worldwide research, theory and practice, and promoting international exchanges.

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Frequency: Bimonthly
ISSN: 2771-9863 (Online)
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Latest Articles

Analysis of the Influence of Oblique Shield Tunnel Construction on Existing Tunnels: A FLAC3D Modeling ApproachOpen Access

Authors: Wen Xu*, Xian-Guo Wu and Shi-Shu Xiong
Affiliation: School of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei 430074, China
Information: Received: October 29 2023 / Accepted: November 7, 2023 / Published: November 10, 2023
Abstract: This study presents a comprehensive analysis of the influence parameters associated with the construction of a shield tunnel crossing an existing tunnel at an oblique angle. A three-dimensional model was developed using the finite difference software FLAC3D to simulate the construction process. The… more >>

Prediction the Chloride Ion Permeation Coefficient of Concrete Based on A Hybrid Intelligent AlgorithmOpen Access

Authors: Yuan Cao*, Xian-Guo Wu, Wen Xu, Hao Huang, Ya-Wei Qin, Jian-Bin Ma, Lei Jian
School of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei 430074, China
WATER Resources and Electric Engineering College, Chongqing, China
School of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Hubei 430074, China
Information: Received: October 24 2023 / Accepted: October 28, 2023 / Published: October 31, 2023
Abstract: Chloride ion penetration resistance (CIPR) is a critical concern in engineering to ensure the long-term durability of concrete structures, accurately predicting concrete CIPR is essential for designing the appropriate mix ratio. The rapid chloride migration (RCM) test is the most commonly used expe… more >>

Research on Scratch Programming Teaching Design for the Cultivation of Computational ThinkingOpen Access

Authors: Xiao Wang* and Ya-lin Yin
Affiliation: Jianghan University, Wuhan, Hubei, China
Information: Received: July 3 2023 / Accepted: July 11, 2023 / Published: July 25, 2023
Abstract: With the rapid spread and development of information today, computational thinking has become an important skill in the current era of highly information and wisdom. It is an important part of the core literacy of high school information technology curriculum, and its cultivation is a long-term pro… more >>

Developing Anti-Fungal and Anti-Bacterial Mortar Using Zinc Oxide NanorodsOpen Access

Authors: Parinita Baruah* and Gitartha Kalita
Panchayat & Rural Development Department, Assam, India
Assam Don Bosco University, Guwahati, Assam, India
Information: Received: May 25, 2023 / Accepted: June 6, 2023 / Published: June 20, 2023
Abstract: Fungal and bacterial growth are two factors primarily responsible for the degradation and breakdown of the surfaces of buildings and structures. Fungi, which cause molds in buildings, develop rapidly in humid places like Assam and can cause deadly diseases such as Histoplasmosis. Remedial measures … more >>

Pushover Analysis of Pile Embedded In Liquefiable and Non-Liquefiable SoilOpen Access

Authors:Arup Bhattacharjee* and Bidisha Borthakur
Jorhat Engineering College, Jorhat, Assam, India
Golaghat Polytechnic, Furkating, Assam, India
Information: Received: April 20, 2023 / Accepted: May 2, 2023 / Published: May 22, 2023
Abstract:One of the main reasons for the collapse of bridges during an earthquake is the liquefaction of soil. In addition to the liquefaction of soil, the formation of plastic hinges on the pile can accelerate the failure of piles. Past earthquakes have resulted in the failure of piles due to the formation … more >>