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Hanoi University of Science and Technology

EducationHanoi, Vietnam
About: Hanoi University of Science and Technology is a education organization based out in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Control theory & Wireless sensor network. The organization has 4111 authors who have published 4935 publications receiving 42364 citations.


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Abstract: Recently, there has been a rapid growth in research and innovation in the natural fibre composite (NFC) area. Interest is warranted due to the advantages of these materials compared to others, such as synthetic fibre composites, including low environmental impact and low cost and support their potential across a wide range of applications. Much effort has gone into increasing their mechanical performance to extend the capabilities and applications of this group of materials. This review aims to provide an overview of the factors that affect the mechanical performance of NFCs and details achievements made with them.

2,182 citations

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TL;DR: This article aims to review the synthesis routes and antimicrobial effects of Ag-NPs against various pathogens including bacteria, fungi and virus in environments containing infectious pathogens.
Abstract: In recent years the outbreak of re-emerging and emerging infectious diseases has been a significant burden on global economies and public health. The growth of population and urbanization along with poor water supply and environmental hygiene are the main reasons for the increase in outbreak of infectious pathogens. Transmission of infectious pathogens to the community has caused outbreaks of diseases such as influenza (A/H5N1), diarrhea (Escherichia coli), cholera (Vibrio cholera), etc throughout the world. The comprehensive treatments of environments containing infectious pathogens using advanced disinfectant nanomaterials have been proposed for prevention of the outbreaks. Among these nanomaterials, silver nanoparticles (Ag-NPs) with unique properties of high antimicrobial activity have attracted much interest from scientists and technologists to develop nanosilver-based disinfectant products. This article aims to review the synthesis routes and antimicrobial effects of Ag-NPs against various pathogens including bacteria, fungi and virus. Toxicology considerations of Ag-NPs to humans and ecology are discussed in detail. Some current applications of Ag-NPs in water-, air- and surface- disinfection are described. Finally, future prospects of Ag-NPs for treatment and prevention of currently emerging infections are discussed.

803 citations

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TL;DR: This survey concentrates on heuristic-based algorithms in robot path planning which are comprised of neural network, fuzzy logic, nature inspired algorithms and hybrid algorithms.

450 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a new variant of the traveling salesman problem, called TSP with drone (TSP-D), is proposed to minimize operational costs including total transportation cost and one created by waste time a vehicle has to wait for the other.
Abstract: Over the past few years, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), also known as drones, have been adopted as part of a new logistic method in the commercial sector called “last-mile delivery”. In this novel approach, they are deployed alongside trucks to deliver goods to customers to improve the quality of service and reduce the transportation cost. This approach gives rise to a new variant of the traveling salesman problem (TSP), called TSP with drone (TSP-D). A variant of this problem that aims to minimize the time at which truck and drone finish the service (or, in other words, to maximize the quality of service) was studied in the work of Murray and Chu (2015). In contrast, this paper considers a new variant of TSP-D in which the objective is to minimize operational costs including total transportation cost and one created by waste time a vehicle has to wait for the other. The problem is first formulated mathematically. Then, two algorithms are proposed for the solution. The first algorithm (TSP-LS) was adapted from the approach proposed by Murray and Chu (2015), in which an optimal TSP solution is converted to a feasible TSP-D solution by local searches. The second algorithm, a Greedy Randomized Adaptive Search Procedure (GRASP), is based on a new split procedure that optimally splits any TSP tour into a TSP-D solution. After a TSP-D solution has been generated, it is then improved through local search operators. Numerical results obtained on various instances of both objective functions with different sizes and characteristics are presented. The results show that GRASP outperforms TSP-LS in terms of solution quality under an acceptable running time.

324 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a review of physicochemical biomass pre-treatment methods used to improve the physiochemical properties of the bio-oils produced from pyrolysis of treated biomass is presented.
Abstract: Bio-oil upgrading can be achieved mainly via three types of methods that are biomass pre-treatment, catalytic upgrading and downstream bio-oil upgrading. The article aim is to review the different physicochemical biomass pre-treatment methods used to improve the physiochemical properties of the bio-oils produced from pyrolysis of treated biomass. Biomass pre-treatment could be classified as physical, thermal, chemical and biological methods. The physical methods, such as grinding and densification improve the biomass particle size and density, affecting the heat flow and mass transfer during pyrolysis, while thermal methods, such as torrefaction, decrease the activation energy of the pyrolysis process and increase the amount of hydrocarbons in the produced bio-oil. The chemical methods generally remove the minerals and alkali metals from the biomass, improve its calorific value and enhance other biomass properties. The biomass pre-treatment methods can be integrated with catalytic pyrolysis to enhance the total carbon yield and aromatic hydrocarbons in the bio-oil. This article provides review of the basic principles of the methods, important parameters that affect biomass properties, highlights the key challenges involved in each treatment method and suggests possible future recommendations to further understand the influence of the pre-treatment methods on bio-oil upgrading. In the last section, the effect of integrated catalytic pyrolysis and pre-treatment methods on bio-oil upgrading is provided.

263 citations


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NameH-indexPapersCitations
Bjorn Ottersten81105828359
Chung Nguyen-Mau6842615741
Subhashish Bhattacharya5462111984
Anh V. Nguyen5442110836
Viet-Thanh Pham482756598
Huy Nguyen4630822290
Anh Nguyen4331111911
Nguyen Van Hieu421865130
Nguyen Duc Hoa391383956
Ching-Nung Yang352294714
Dzung Viet Dao343144305
C. Nguyen33717076
Yves Waché30772838
Nguyen Van Duy30932340
Khoi Nguyen28603311
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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202335
2022212
2021807
2020785
2019642
2018505