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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors: Ayad Q. Al-Dujaili, Amjad J. Humaidi, Daniel Augusto Pereira, and Ibraheem Kasim Ibraheem

this system [ 2–28 ]. In [ 2 ], disturbance rejection was reached by an active control approach for the ball and beam. In [ 3 ], Linear Quadratic Regulator (LQR) based optimal control design was derived. In [ 4 ], the dynamic model of the ball and beam

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used to upgrade heavy minerals by rejection of low specific gravity associated gangue silicate minerals as quartz and feldspar. In the context of mineral physical beneficiation, magnetic separation techniques are common separation step that is used for

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– MIXDES , 2011 , pp. 1 – 12 . [17] A. Tepljakov , B. Baykant Alagoz , E. Gonzalez , E. Petlenkov , and C. Yeroglu , “ Model reference adaptive control scheme for retuning method based fractional-order pid control with disturbance rejection

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This study exhibits the use of participatory design in the development of a community housing project for the twelve family members of the Donnaville Homeowners Association in Barangay 177, Caloocan City, Philippines. All families have been living as informal settlers of which portions of it were considered unsafe due to recurrent flooding during heavy rains. The housing project study was part of a workshop initiated by members of the Community Architecture Network. In order to achieve this methodology, the community architects arranged workshops between members of the families. The members were divided into teams that worked separately and then collectively identify strategies in improving the design and layout of the housing unit according to the needs of each family. The teams identified various interventions in order to effectively reduce the cost of each new unit. Finally, through comprehensive discussions and exchanges between the members, the resulting layout and schematic design of the housing unit were achieved that was desirable to the families. By using participatory design in the development of a project, in this case, a community housing unit, user acceptance is therefore increased and rejection is reduced by the stakeholders.

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