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Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS)


Article Title: The Use of Glazed Reinforced Concrete Matrix for Experimental Model to Prevent Lethal Oceanic Surges from Eko Atlantic City at Lagos in Nigeria
by Aderiye Jide and Awosemo Felix

In this research project glazed reinforced concrete matrix model is experimentally used to technically protect Eko Atlantic City structures and the oceanic wall defense system at the Lagos bar beach. The users of these study findings are expected to be professionals responsible for beach maintenance, coastal and environmental architecture, flood and water management, maritime engineering and oceanographic science. Experimental method used in the research activity is a structural defense technique for Eko Atlantic City at Lagos bar beach in Nigeria. Research concept is based on causative factors due to human activities and environmental problems that resultantly increased oceanic waves; erosion and floods that are affecting the Lagos bar beach. Both natural and artificial actions detrimental to the stability of Lagos bar beaches are technically prevented. Coastal environmental problems and the sea walls are technically examined. While cheaper oceanic wall defense system is glazed technically.
Keywords: structural engineering, oceanic surges, glass prevention.
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ISSN: 2141-7016

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Prof. Gui Yun Tian
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