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The purpose of an institutional repository system at UNITEN (Universiti Tenaga Nasional) is to establish a digital platform that enables the university to collect, preserve, and share its scholarly and intellectual outputs. This centralized repository serves as a hub where UNITEN can store and make openly accessible various types of content, including research articles, theses, conference papers, datasets, and multimedia materials. By implementing an institutional repository system, UNITEN aims to promote open access to knowledge, facilitate research collaboration, enhance the visibility and impact of its research outputs, and ensure the long-term preservation of the university's intellectual assets.

 
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  • Publication
    Personal productivity with information technology - CMPF 124 - Trimester 3, 2012/2013
    (2013-05)
    College of Foundation and Diploma Studies
  • Publication
    Smart Web Data Analytics Quiz and Tests System
    (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2020)
    Sidhu M.S.
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    Lee C.K.
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    Ali Z.
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    In recent years, the increase in the number of students in classrooms has demanded more efficient analytics software tools for educators such as to grade, track and store student's learning activities and providing quick feedbacks. Analytics also refers to the scientific process that examines data to formulate conclusions and to present paths to make decisions. In this paper we demonstrate an analytics quiz and tests system that could be used by educators to analyze and improve questionnaires based on students' performance and to introduce the current possibilities in incorporating AI and analytics. An analysis of the system using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with participants' results revealed that the web data analytics system has helped the instructors to determine the point of modifications in improving the quiz and tests questions especially for individual student as opposed to the traditional method since it is more tedious to grade and analyze the results. � 2020 IEEE.
  • Publication
    Internal combustion engine - MEHB 493 - Semester 2, 2015/2016
    (2016-02)
    College of Engineering
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    Franchising & licensing - EVMB 224 - Semester 2, 2017/2018
    (2018-01-25)
    College of Business Management and Accounting
  • Publication
    Workability, Strength, Modulus of Elasticity, and Permeability Feature of Wheat Straw Ash-Incorporated Hydraulic Cement Concrete
    (MDPI, 2022)
    Katman H.Y.B.
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    Khai W.J.
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    Bheel N.
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    K?rg?z M.S.
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    Kumar A.
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    Khatib J.
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    Benjeddou O.
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    The extensive use of Portland cement (PC) in the manufacturing of concrete is responsible for the depletion of natural resources that are part of cement production. Cement supply is permanently threatened by the ongoing depletion of natural materials, including sand, limestone, and clay. Concurrently, the incineration of agricultural residues presents a significant ecological problem. This study explores the substitution of cement in concrete with 5%, 10%, 15%, and 20% wheat straw ash as an environmentally friendly alternative. The purpose of this investigation is to evaluate the effect of substituting wheat straw ash (WSA) for PC on the mechanical characteristics of concrete. A total of 75 concrete samples were made by cement or cement + WSA/fine aggregate/coarse aggregate ratio of 1:1, 5:3, and water-to-cement ratio was kept constant at 0.50. All of these specimens were cured and tested at 28 days. The properties tested in the paper were workability, compressive strength, splitting tensile strength, flexural strength, modulus of elasticity, and permeability. The outcomes showed that the substitution of PC with WSA 10% resulted in the greatest concrete strength. In contrast, the mechanical properties and permeability of concrete were reduced when 20% WSA was substituted for PC at 28 days. In addition, the slump value dropped as increasing the content of WSA diminished the weight of PC in the concrete. This could be attributed to the fact that the water content in the WSA 20% concrete was not enough for mechanical strength. Other concretes with WSA showed similar properties to those of the WSA 10% concrete. It was concluded from the results that since the WSA 10% concrete showed the best properties, it can be recommended as the best recipe in this research work. � 2022 by the authors.