Publications

In Preparation
Belhoul H. Implantation d’une GMAO dans un système de production pour l’amélioration de la performance de l’entreprise. Génie Industriel [Internet]. In Preparation. Publisher's Version
NOUNE S-M. La politique de Sureté de Fonctionnement dans les systèmes industriels : Application aux stations d’épuration dites STEP. Génie Industriel. In Preparation.
Meguelatti A. Supervision et pilotage automatique d’un système de production industriel dans le Cloud Computing utilisant Machine Learning. Génie Industriel [Internet]. In Preparation. Publisher's VersionAbstract

Machine Learning est une branche de l’intelligence artificielle qui a pour but de donner la possibilité aux ordinateurs d’apprendre. Un ordinateur dans une salle de contrôle n’est pas intelligent, il ne fait qu’exécuter des tâches. On lui décrit sous forme de programmes quoi faire et comment le faire. Machine Learning traite cette problématique différemment. Au lieu de décrire quoi faire, le programme apprendra par lui-même comment conduire en observant le processus industriel. En fonction des données d’expérimentation que prendra l’algorithme d’apprentissage en entrée, il déduira par lui-même une hypothèse de fonctionnement. Il utilisera cette dernière pour de nouveaux cas, et affinera son expérience au fil du temps et ceci peut contribuer à la minimisationdes tâches des opérateurs en assurant un pilotage automatique du système de production. De plus, le développement actuel des technologies d’Internet exige l’intégration de ces systèmes pour des fonctions de supervision et de maintenance et de partage d’expérience utilisant le Cloud Computing, tout en garantissant la sécurité de la plateforme.

Submitted
Fetha C. Analysis of Essential index on Electric Energy Quality In the case of Voltage Dips and Interruptions. “POLITEHNICA” . Submitted :57.
Fetha C, Chikhi K, Dekhinet A. Analysis of Unsymmetrical Voltage Criterion Effect on Electrical Energy Quality. Submitted.
Djebabra M, Bendada L, BENNOUI N. Capacité des réseaux de Petri pour l’analyse et la modélisation des systèmes de production. Submitted.
MENNOUNI ABDELAZIZ, Ramdani NE. A Computational Method for Solving Skew-Hermitian Integral Equations of the Second Kind. Local Organizing Committee. Submitted :136.
Dekhinet A, Fetha C, Chikhi K. DESIGN OF THE LINEAR SWITCHED RELUCTANCE MACHINE. Submitted.
Adjadj F, Bouharkat M, Naceur A. Diagrammes d’équilibre entre phases: des investigations expérimentales à la modélisation. Submitted.
Clabaut M, Adjroud O. Effets utéroactivateur et analgésique d'un inhibiteur d'enképhalinase pendant la période préparturiente. Submitted.
Bouharkat M, Adjadj F. Impacts de la production de l’énergie électrique sur l’environnement. Submitted.
Djebabra M, Bendada L, Bahmed L, Mokrani L. La réaffectation des produits. Submitted.
HAMZI R, Bourmada N, HADDAD D, LONDICHE H. Modelling of Fire-Atmosphere interaction by the finite volume method: Case of NOx life cycle. Submitted.
Kalla H, Girault A, Sorel Y. A new transformation scheme based on active replication strategy that tolerates failures. Submitted.
Hadda H, Dridi N, Hajri-Gabouj S. Nouvelle règle d’élimination pour le problème de flow shop d’assemblage. Submitted.
Belkacem K, Rebiai SE. Output Controllability of Boundary Control Systems. Submitted.
Mennouni A. A QUASI-INTERPOLATION SPLINE FOR CAUCHY INTEGRAL EQUATIONS VIA REGULARIZATION. Submitted.
MENNOUNI ABDELAZIZ. On solving integral equations with logarithmic kernel of the second kind. Submitted.
2022
Saadali B, Zerouk H, Tarek D, Khedidja A, HAOUES C, Belloula M. Physicochemical and organic quality assessment of Mexa and Bougous waters and its suitability for agricultural use. Euro-Mediterranean Journal for Environmental Integration [Internet]. 2022;7 :79–88. Publisher's VersionAbstract

The Mexa and Bougous dams were built to control river floods and supply crop-irrigation and drinking water. This study aimed to characterize the hydrogeochemical state in the region containing the dams, which influences the quality of the waters and thus their suitability for agricultural use, given the extent of the river networks that naturally transport sediments and pollutants into the reservoirs via streams. Thus, some physicochemical and organic parameters, including electrical conductivity, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, bicarbonate, sulfate, biological oxygen demand, nitrite, ammonium, and phosphate, were used as benchmarks to examine the stiffness of the water pollution. Sampling was carried out during May and September of 2011 and 2012. The obtained results showed that, according to the Stiff diagram, the dominant hydrogeochemical facies is calcium bicarbonate in waters that do not have calcium levels in excess of 3 meq/l and bicarbonate levels in excess of 2.4 meq/l. The organic pollution index disclosed that the waters have evolved from a moderate to a high degree of organic pollution due to the accumulation of pollutants and nutrients from waste disposal and fertilizers. The samples fell into the C2-S1 class in the Richards diagram; this implies that the waters are suitable for plants that are salt tolerant, but that the use of these waters can cause problems for clay soils. However, in the long term, irrigation with the dam waters may pose difficulties for agriculture due to the resulting increase in the electrical conductivity of the soil. This study concludes that water salinity and alkalinity affect crop suitability, meaning that the temporal monitoring of water quality is needed to avoid adverse consequences for crop production.

Belalite H, Menani MR, Athamena A. Calculation of water needs of the main crops and water resources available in a semi-arid climate, case of Zana-Gadaïne plain, Northeastern Algeria. Algerian Journal of Environmental Science and Technology [Internet]. 2022;8 (2). Publisher's VersionAbstract

The relative scarcity of water resources in Algeria and their unequal distribution induce a rational use of available resources. The Zana-Gadaïne plain appears as an exemplary case study, where the difficulties posed by the problem of crop water needs versus the availability of water resources appear. This article, based on field surveys and in-situ measurements, aims to identify the pressure of irrigation on water resources and the optimization of their use in an agricultural area, where irrigated agriculture represents 85% of the water consumption of the Zana-Gadaïne plain. The piezometric study in correlation with hydrogeological data reveals that groundwater resources are limited, aggravated by wastage resulting in a consequent drawdown of 24 meters over 11 years. The analysis of interannual climate variability has enabled us to draw rainfall maps characteristic of the evolution of rainfall over the past decades where we observe a net deficit in precipitation. We calculated the evapotranspiration and the requirements in irrigation water for each crop in order to compare them with the available hydric resources and the establishment of irrigation schedules for the principal irrigated crops. The analysis of interannual climate variability has enabled us to draw rainfall maps characteristic of the evolution of rainfall over the past decades where we observe a net deficit in precipitation. We calculated the evapotranspiration and the requirements in irrigation water for each crop in order to compare them with the available hydric resources and the establishment of irrigation schedules for the principal irrigated crops.

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