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FEATURE PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Vol.10(6) (2019)

  • DESIGN AND ENGINEERING OF MINI VEHICLES
  • K.S. Ivshin (Udmurt State University, RUSSIA )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.68

    Keywords: Vehicle Modeling; Vehicle layout; Small Vehicles; Ergonomic for car.

    Abstract
    In this paper, methodological foundations regarding the design and engineering of the small-sized three-wheel and four-wheel vehicles were studied, including the selection of promising rational layout schemes, anthropometric modeling of landing circuits, shaping the polymer structure of the body, as well as the approaches used for car design modeling.


  • ROLES OF LEADERSHIP STYLES ON THE PROCESS OF FORMATION OF COGNITIVE LEAP IN INTERPERSONAL CONFIDENCE IN THE ORGANIZATION

    Shahla Abbasi (Department of Management, Semnan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Semnan, IRAN and Bank of Maskan, IRAN ),
    Seyed Mohammad Zargar (Department of Management, Semnan Branch, Islamic Azad University, Semnan, IRAN )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.69

    Keywords: Social confidence; Interpersonal confidence; Charismatic leadership; Servant leadership style; Aspirational leadership style; Transformational leadership style.

    Abstract
    This study considers the roles of leadership style on the process of formation of cognitive leap in interpersonal confidence in the organization. The research method is analytic-correlational, and in terms of process and data collection method, using a questionnaire-based survey method. The statistical population consisted of all managers of Export Development Organization and academic experts, among whom 153 persons were selected as the sample of the study. Results showed that, (1) there is a significant relationship between leadership styles and the process of formation of cognitive leap in interpersonal confidence in the organization; (2) There is a significant relationship between charismatic leadership style and the process of formation of cognitive leap in interpersonal confidence; (3) There is a significant relationship between aspirational leadership style and the process of formation of cognitive leap in interpersonal confidence in the organization; (4) There is no significant relationship between servant leadership style and the process of formation of cognitive leap in interpersonal confidence in the organization; and (5) A significant relationship exists between transformational leadership style and the process of formation of cognitive leap in interpersonal confidence in the organization.

  • SIMULATION OF THE MELTING PROCESS IN AN ELECTRIC ARC FURNACE

    Dmitrievsky B.S.*, Bashkatova A.V., Terekhov A.A. (Department of Information Processes and Control, Institute of Automation and Information Technologies, Tambov State Technical University RUSSIA )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.70

    Keywords: Steel-Smelting Furnace; Arc furnace Model; Electric Arc Melting Process; Parameters of the Control Object; Arc steel-smelting furnace.

    Abstract
    In this paper, a process model was presented taking into account the change in length of the electric arc during melting caused by the continuously changing of the geometry and state of the environment of the inter-electrode gap. A mathematical model of an electric steel-smelting furnace was proposed. Simulation study was conducted to identify the characteristic features for the process of burning an electric arc.

  • A REVIEW ON FLEXIBILITY IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

    Hanieh FarokhiFirouzi* (Department Architecture, Faculty of Art & Architecture, Islamic Azad University, Khorramabad Branch, IRAN )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.71

    Keywords: Architecture with Flexibility; Ambiguities in flexible design; Flexibility of the Criteria of the User; Flexible Creator of the Architect.

    Abstract
    Since the modern movement, 'flexibility' has become one of the most appealing words in architecture and today's modern society needs buildings that can fit itself with technological advances and, consequently, modern user needs. And the need to maximize the use of limited space that is one of the axioms of today's society has attracted attention to the concept of flexibility and the effort to achieve a flexible environment. In the meantime, the efforts made to achieve flexibility in some cases have led to the creation of spaces with incomplete functional characteristics or the neglect of spatial quality. This paper focuses on the concept of flexibility as a fundamental prerequisite for residential architectural in order to extend its life cycle design, through strategies and constructive solutions that ensure both the convertibility of the space in response to changing usage and the use of building materials that encourage the reversibility and the long-term easy maintenance of the technological choices that have been implemented. The flexibility of the user's creature and the flexibility of the creature's architect. It is not necessarily a way to achieve flexibility through a form or a steady rotation path, but it can be by organizing the spaces effectively and giving the user the right to choose between spaces, as well as the clever use of building systems that support multi-functionality of the space. They achieved spatial flexibility. The purpose of this research is to study the idea of spatial flexibility in a library, documentary and overview method. Also, the challenges ahead in achieving the flexibility of spaces and providing solutions for space flexibility by examining some of the historical examples implemented in architectural flexibility is to find a pattern for designing spaces.

  • IMPACT OF THE MAP TA PHUT INDUSTRIAL ESTATE ON COASTAL ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES AND TREND ANALYSIS

    Krittanat Ratanachai, Petchporn Chawakitchareon (Department of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, THAILAND ),
    Sompop Rungsupa(Aquatic Resources Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, THAILAND )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.72

    Keywords: Contour map; Sediment quality; Water quality; Coastal seawater monitoring; Marine ecology changes; Seawater heavy metals observation.

    Abstract
    This research probes the performance of Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate, with a focus on its compliance with Thailand's environmental safety and standards and its potential environmental impact in the area. Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate is a major industrial estate and the most prominent international port located in Rayong province, eastern Thailand. It started its operation in 1988 and still in use today. Between 2007 to 2012, coastal seawater and sediment samples were collected and analyzed. The samples were collected from various pollution emitting point sources of interest. Coastal environmental changes and marine ecology changes were observed, compared, and analyzed. Contour maps representing several crucial water quality parameters with trend analysis comparing every data with time-series trend and location were also visualized on the system. These parameters were selected based on their impact on the environment and living species and the information they gave when a change in the level of each parameter occurs. The coastal environment in the dry season was generally better than in the rainy season, impacting the amount of land contamination leaking into the coastal areas. This research also studied the level of mercury and arsenic, in sediment and seawater. These pollutions can have severe consequences if not treated properly. However, Map Ta Phut's pollutions mostly stayed within Thailand's standard during the period of this study.

  • ALGORITHM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES INDUSTRIAL HOLDING

    O.I. Zhemerikin*, O.S. Zhigalov, S.I. Dmitrieva, I.P. Provorova (Institute of Innovative Technologies and Public Management, MIREA – Russian Technological University, Moscow, RUSSIA )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.73

    Keywords: Imitation or innovation; Industrial development; Innovative strategy.

    Abstract
    This article considers the classification of innovative strategy depending on the model of the behavior of the enterprises in market conditions and depending on the innovative purposes. The factors, allowing to define are proved, the company will generate ideas or blindly to simulate. As a result of the analysis of innovative strategy, this work presents an algorithm of development of the innovative strategy of industrial holding.

  • EFFECTS OF NEUROMARKETING ON MARKETING PERFORMANCE AND MARKET SHARE GROWTH: CASE STUDY OF SELECTED MANUFACTURING COMPANIES OF BUSHEHR PROVINCE, IRAN

    Jouya Naserian (Department of Information Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Safashahr Branch, IRAN )
    Pouya Naserian (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Marvdasht Branch, IRAN )
    Maryam Asadollahi Kheirabadi (Department of Management, Faculty of Humanities, Islamic Azad University Firuzkouh Branch, IRAN )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.74

    Keywords: Business management; Market share; Information processing; Business administration; Neuroscience.

    Abstract
    The present study aimed to investigate the effect of neuromarketing on marketing performance and market share growth among selected manufacturing companies in Bushehr province. The statistical population of the research included 177 senior managers, deputies, branch managers and administrative staff with more than five years of work experience in selected manufacturing companies of Bushehr province. In order to collect data, a questionnaire was used and consisted of three parts of the neuromarketing, marketing performance, and market share growth. In addition, the validity and reliability of the questionnaire were confirmed. This research had three hypotheses that have been analyzed using SPSS software. The results indicated that neuromarketing affects marketing performance and market share growth. Finally, marketing performance also affects market share growth.

  • EFFECTS OF CLASS OBSERVATION ON THE STUDENTS-TEACHER INTERACTION IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASS AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

    Negin Malekshahi* (Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, IRAN )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.75

    Keywords: English class observation; Students-Teacher Interaction Observation; Classroom Environment; Foreign, Language Interaction Analysis (FLINT).

    Abstract
    This work investigates the influence of class observation by an outside observer on the interaction in the class environment between teacher and learners which can cause the efficiency of class and learning process. To this end, 90 English language learners at a pre-intermediate level were selected from an English Language Institute in Tehran (Safir) based on Oxford Placement Test (OPT) and were distributed into two groups of 45, one as the control group and the other as the experimental one. Each of the groups was also divided into three classes of 15. Three teachers taught both the control group and the experimental one. The classes in the control experimental were observed by the institute supervisor for 3 times during the term while the classes in the control group were not. At the end of the term, a questionnaire developed based on Brown’s (2001) framework adopted from Moskowitz (1971), known as Foreign Language Interaction Analysis (FLINT) was distributed to the study participants in both groups, to which they were supposed to provide answers on a five-point Likert Scale: (1) strongly disagree, (2) disagree, (3) no opinion, (4) agree, or (5) strongly agree. Both the descriptive and the inferential statistical analyses of the results of the study showed that the classes observed by an outsider outperformed the classes without observation with respect to interaction between the students and the teacher. Furthermore, the analysis of the focus group interview done on both experiment and control group showed that the classes on with observation were more interactive than the one without observation.

  • EFFECTIVE PARAMETERS ON ELECTRONIC BANKING EDUCATION USING SOCIAL NETWORKS

    Mahdi Akbari Esfahani (Media Management Program, Department of Management and Accounting, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tehran, IRAN ),
    Aliakbar Farhangi * (Department of Management, University of Tehran, IRAN ),
    Bahram Alishiri (Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Management, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, IRAN ),
    Seyed Mohsen Banihashemi (Media University, Tehran, IRAN ),
    Mahnaz Rabiei (Department of Public Administration, Faculty of Management, Islamic Azad University, South Tehran Branch, Tehran, IRAN )

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    doi: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2019.76

    Keywords: E-banking infrastructure; e-transaction; E-banking education; Electronic banking; Social media.

    Abstract
    Recently, Iranians are getting through the critical economic situation in which many businesses are affected. In such economic disturbance, it is the main concern of most companies to reduce expenses by any means available to survive and overcome stagnation. Organizations have to utilize expense reduction approaches and introduce services with minimum cost. Amongst these, banks and financial institutions also have utilized e-banking methods for reducing expenses to survive and expanding their activities in domestic and overseas markets. Since the mere presence of customer has some expenses for banks, developing electronic bank services and consequently presenting services such as internet banking is a good approach for reducing expenses, increasing banking operations' speed, introducing various services, and expanding the availability of banking services, attracting customers and increased earnings. This study determines effective parameters on e-banking education using social networks' capacities and addresses following factors as major parameters: E-banking software infrastructure, E-banking hardware infrastructure, responsiveness toward the customer, customer support, and transaction security.



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