Frontiers in Engineering and Built Environment: Volume 4 Issue 2 , Open Access


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Review of multilevel inverter for high-power applications

Abdulwasa B. Barnawi, Abdull Rahman A. Alfifi, Z.M.S. Elbarbary, Saad Fahed Alqahtani, Irshad Mohammad Shaik

Traditional level inverter technology has drawbacks in the aspect of Total harmonic distortion (THD) and switching losses for higher frequencies. Due to these drawbacks, two-level…

Apps as partial replacement for robotics and automation systems in construction health and safety management

Jonas Ekow Yankah, Kofi Owusu Adjei, Chris Kurbom Tieru

Robotics and automation are successful in construction, health and safety, but costs and expertise hinder their use in developing nations. This study examined mobile apps as a…

Impact of hospital design on the psychological well-being of geriatric patients

Mohammad Yasser Arafat, Sonal Atreya

The study investigates the relationship between hospital environmental factors and the well-being of geriatric in-patients. It aims to identify the impact of architectural design…

Operator guidance systems in road construction: a technological mediation perspective

Hans Voordijk, Seirgei Miller, Faridaddin Vahdatikhaki

Using real-time support systems may help operators in road construction to improve paving and compaction operations. Nowadays, these systems transform from descriptive to…

Dominant risk factors (DRFs) in construction-specific supply chains: a systematic review

Richard Kadan, Jan Andries Wium

Due to the uniqueness of individual construction projects, identifying the dominant risk factors is needed for risk mitigation in ongoing and future projects. This study aims to…

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King Khalid University

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  • Dr Mohammed Khaloofah Mola Al Mesfer
  • Dr Javed Mallick Abdul