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Articles by Olayinka S. Ohunakin
Total Records ( 2 ) for Olayinka S. Ohunakin
  Olayinka S. Ohunakin
  This study examines the wind power potential of Uyo, a capital city in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. A 21 years data obtained from the Nigerian Meteorological agency (NIMET) were statistically analyzed using the Weibull and Rayleigh distribution functions. The result of the study showed that Uyo has a mean wind speed of 3.17 m sec-1 with a maximum value of 3.67 m sec-1 in April while the corresponding mean wind power density is approximately 19.91 W m-2 for the whole year, thereby making the selected site to fall under class 1 of the international system of wind classification. Further investigations, revealed a higher wind speed in the afternoon than morning period and the South-Westerly (SW) and Westerly (W) to be responsible for the high wind values recorded in the area. The Weibull model was also proved to represent the actual data better than Rayleigh.
  Olayinka S. Ohunakin and Richard O. Leramo
  This study examines the production performance of a beverage manufacturing plant. A 7 weeks study was undertaken at a beverage industry to gather various losses data associated with the functioning of the production line. A Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) Kobetzu Kaizen Technique was adopted to eliminate these losses and the concept was later compared with the plant’s existing maintenance methods. Test results showed that a 7 day implementation of TPM increased the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) by 50% >7 weeks adoption of the in-house maintenance practices and with a high tendency of achieving >85% on overall equipment effectiveness if fully executed. Total productive maintenance was also found to be superior in reducing or eliminating losses as well as increasing equipment uptime.
 
 
 
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