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2012Assessment of household energy efficiency in Ibadan, NigeriaAdediran, A. A.; Simolowo, O. E.
2010-06CAD/CAM applications: status and impact in Nigerian industrial sectorSimolowo, O. E.; Okonkwo, F. C.; Kehinde, O. O.
1998Ceramic engines: material properties for higher performanceSimolowo, O. E.
2011A composite wheel spannerSimolowo, O. E.; Fagbemi, A.; Simolowo, E. O.; Adewole, S.; Akinro, O.; Dauda, A.; Ajibola, K; Adesoye, O.
2011A computer-based product classification and component detection for demanufacturing processesSimolowo, O. E.; Mousavi, A.; Adjapong, P. O.
2011Continous flow multi-stage grinderSimolowo, O. E.; Aboyade, T. S.; Adetunji, H. A.
2002The design of Ogi sieving machine.Simolowo, O. E.; Ndukwe, C. C.
2012Developing a dynamic load-tracking learning-software for winch lift designSimolowo, O. E.; Gbadebo, A.
2012Developing an imaging software for automated recycling processes (phase 1)Simolowo, O. E.; Mousavi, A.
2011-10Developing Archetypal Machines for a Sequence of Food-slurry processing operations: an overviewSimolowo, O. E.
2011-11Developing of a computerized brain diagnosing system for case study analyses at a university teaching hospital in NigeriaOgunsanwo, O. D.; Akinola, S. O.; Simolowo, O. E.
2008-04The development of an analyses-intensive software for improved cams systems designSimolowo, O. E.; Bamiro, O. A.
2012Development of software algorithm for energy modeling and forecastingAkintunde, O. A.; Simolowo, O. E.
2003Effect of desing parameters on CAM profilesSimolowo, O. E.; Udoh, E. A.
2009-05The effect of tribological processes on productivity: a case study of industries in Ibadan metropolis of NigeriaSimolowo, O. E.; Adeniji, O. O.
2012-01Energy-cost analysis of alternative sources to electricity in NigeriaSimolowo, O. E.; Oladele, S.
2012-01In this work, three models are used to analyze the electric load capacity of a fast growing urban city and to estimate its future consumption. Ikorodu, the case-study location is a highly populated city whose energy demand is continuously increasing. The ultimate focus of this study is to establish a basis for the comparison of different electric load consumption for the existing populace and to provide estimates for the future planning of the city. In this work, three different models have been used to present more accurate load predictions and to enhance proper comparison of results. Among numerous mathematical and scientific models that are applicable to this kind of task, the compound-growth method, the linear model approach and the cubic model have been chosen to enhance diversity in load analysis. The futuristic scheme to be harnessed will fall within the ranges of values obtained from the three different models used in forecasting. This paper concludes with issues pertaining to economics of load utilization as it affects substantive planning.Eneje, I. S; Fadare, D. A.; Simolowo, O. E.; Falana, A.
2012-01Modelling and forecasting periodic electric load for a metropolitan city in NigeriaEneje, I. S.; Fadare, D. A.; Simolowo, O. E.; Falana, A.
2011Multipurpose machine for sieving "ogi" slurrySimolowo, O. E.; Adeniji, O. O.
2007-12Performance analysis of a modified pneumatic separator for cowpeasSimolowo, O. E.; Araromi, O. T.; Adesanya, O. O.