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Title: A Feasibility Study of Too...Big: An Easily Operated Filtered Collector
Abstract: Nowadays, the world is under climate change which is the instability of the weather in a specific state or nation. Citizens are experiencing a water outage in their community and there are unforeseen circumstances where an issue with the system leads to a water outage in which the barangay Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City has been experiencing. This study aims to manufacture a long term solution with the highest level of quality of the water. The researchers used quantitative-descriptive and have come up with a total of 299 respondents by using slovin's formula. Survey questionnaires are then distributed randomly. Upon analyzing the gathered data, calculations were made using graphs and percentages. A test was conducted at the University of San Carlos to ensure that the rainwater collected is potable and showed that the water can be used for drinking. The results, it proved that the residents of Brgy. Pusok. Lapu-Lapu City is facing the said issue. It is visible in the result that numerous have agreed to purchase and utilize the proposed product. Also, it showed that most of the respondents are willing to pay up to P3,000 and up In conclusion, this product is beneficial and also financially and technically feasible.
Authors: Bunaos, E.C., Lastimado, K.M., Ngujo, J.M., Nillas, J.T., Tan, C.L., Tejana, G.M.
Keywords: Keywords: Engineering, Innovation, Environment, Scarcity, Pollution, Collector, Filtration
Section: G12 Blessed Jerome of Recanati
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Title: Feasibility study on Plastic Bottle Vending Machine (P.B.V. Machine) to lessen plastic botlle predicament
Abstract: Improper waste disposal has become imminent from small to large communities. In response to this, the researchers made this paper with the aim of informing and creating a solution to this predicament, they proposed a product called Plastic Bottle Vending Machine (P.B.V. Machine) to slowly combat improper plastic waste disposal and also help those who are inept of buying food. The researchers decided to conduct the research on the University of San Jose-Recoletos, Main Campus, Magallanes Street Cebu City, Philippines. Using Quantitative Research design they gathered data through survey questionnaires and interviews to be answered by the Senior High School Students of USJR. With the help of Microsoft Excel and Distribution of Percentage in arranging all the data making computations are easier. Satisfactory results are shown, where the respondents agrees of having this machine inside the school campus and that they are willing to use it. The product itself is feasible and have a good reputation towards its target market, with its innovative traits and unique features, it will be implemented.
Authors: Abaño, L.K., Alfar, H., Berame, J.A., Cinco, S., Macaraeg, E.J., Moranion, J.J., Orozco,
Keywords: Engineering, Economy, Reverse Vending Machine, Recycling, Plastic bottles, Cebu City, Quantitative Research
Section: G12-Blessed Jerome of Recanati
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Title: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SEPARATION OF WATER AND GARBAGE (S.W.A.G) SYSTEM TO THE DRAINAGES OF BARANGAY KAMAGAYAN
Abstract: This paper aims to lessen the effects of stormwater floods in Barangay Kamagayan. Observations have shown that the main cause of stormwater floods is because of the lack of functioning drainage systems in the community. Thus, the researchers came up with the proposed study called " the implementation of the separation of water and garbage (S.W.A.G) system in barangay Kamagayan".Using quantitative descriptive research, a series of surveys and interviews were conducted to the barangay officials and a few selected individuals in Barangay Kamagayan. The gathered data were scrutinized by finding the percentage based on the surveys and interviews. Most of the respondents, however, showed a consummate response in the percentage from the target market and that they are willing to buy and use the product. It can also be inferred that the residents yearn for a rectification providing room for the implementation of the project. This means that the study is feasible and efficacious to be implemented with all the aspects considered.
Authors: Albeos, N; Gabison, G; Genson, K; Pasasadaba, J; Suelto, P; Suico, R; Tolentino, L.
Keywords: Keywords: Drainage system, Hydraulic engineering, Drainage design, Quantitative descriptive research, Separation, Floods, Cebu city
Section: G12-Blessed Jerome of Recanati
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Title: A Feasibility Study on Moringa de Chocolate
Abstract: Diabetes is on the rise especially in the Filipino community. This research study aims to address this problem with the help of Moringa de Chocolate which is an enhanced chocolate spread that helps lower the risk of type 2 Diabetes. The researchers tested the study by conducting a survey in a community setting to see what people thought of the product, the lifestyle and eating habits that would also trigger the disease despite of controlling sugar intake. The results showed that majority of the respondents agreed and supports the benefits of the product. However, it all varied with the lifestyle as some respondents opted not to eat beneficial foods to help balance blood sugar levels. Therefore, the study was recommended to be effective if eaten in moderation to prevent type 2 diabetes with regards to the people who have allergy reactions. The study is open for further improvements and innovations to come up with the best product that could help lessen such disease.
Authors: Armenion, M. E., Cinco, K., Delos Angeles, N., Forida, K. D., Gulfan, J M., Hife, J K., Pilapil, C A.
Keywords: Team Targaryens
Section: G12-Bl Julia of Certaldo
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A Feasibility Study on Plastic Bricks

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The plastic waste problem has become a prominent hindrance to people’s lives from the global to the local scale. Prior research has sought to produce plastic bricks as part of the solution with varied materials but with issues on durability, production cost, and eco-friendliness, thus the researchers proposed an improved version of bitumen plastic bricks to the residents of Basak, Pardo, Cebu City to test its feasibility. A quantitative, descriptive research design was utilized to test the concepts of durability, convenience, uniqueness, and price and their effect towards the marketability of the product, grounded on the Theory of Planned Behavior and Consumer Theory. The company profile, marketing, technical, management, legal, financial, and socio-economic aspects of proposal are also discussed. Through undergoing an ocular survey in Brgy. Basak and data processing, the researchers found the weighted mean 3.47 for durability, 3.55 for convenience, and 3.57 for uniqueness with an average weighted mean of 3.32, all with interpretations of “Strongly Agree”. However, the price only yielded a weighted mean of 2.71 with an interpretation of “Agree”. Despite an overall positive perception of the product, consumers pay the least attention to its durability, the second-highest attention to its convenience, and the highest attention to its uniqueness, with price as the most divisive factor. Given the alignment of the qualities towards the overall perception of the product, the aforementioned theories are proven and it is concluded that plastic bricks are feasible in Brgy. Basak. Improvements, materialization, and further research on plastic bricks are recommended.

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Alcuitas, A.B., Beronque, A.M., Entienza, C.F., Gabison J., Gako, A.G., Gerodias, G.K., Redoble, G.A., Sasing, V.J.

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Plastic Bricks, Bitumen, Theory, Feasibility, Basak, Pardo, Cebu City

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12-BL Santi of Cori

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Feasibility Study on Filtration of Soot Particles from Incineration of Polyethylene (Plastic) through Electrostatic Precipitation

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How much garbage is being produced per day? How do Filipinos dispose of their garbage? How much garbage can be recycled using the available resources available to the average Filipino? Prior research shows that Cebu create tons of garbage, most of which are disposed of improperly, either finding their way into the ocean through our sewer systems, being buried deep in the soil or incinerated using the traditional da-ub. Thus, the researchers provided the residents of Barangay Tungkil, Minglanilla, Cebu a way for them to ensure that all garbage waste will be recycled through a new, proper way of garbage disposal through the environmental incinerator. A survey was conducted to get the opinion of the people living in that area regarding the concept of clean incinerationand it showed that the majority of them were open to the idea of them using such technology. Some were skeptical of such technology, but with the theory of A. Mizuno et. al (2000) Electrostatic Precipitation, it shows that such technology exists and works. Although it may be priced quite high, if this product becomes subsidized by the government, it may increase the average Filipino's access to effective plastic waste disposal. This proposed product may solve the issue of plastic pollution in the community.

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Dabatos, F. A., Luyao, R. V., Nunez, V. A., Oriel, L., Pacudan III, E., Robles, N.,

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Plastic Incineration, Electrostatic Precipitation, Barangay Tungkil, Minglanilla, Cebu

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12-BL Santi of Cori

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Feasibility Study for a Mobile Defender to Repel and Alarm Harassers for Physical Harassment Victims

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Physical harassment is the act of coming in contact with a victim without consent. The act of harassment affects victims differently which involves psychological trauma that inhibits victims to function back into society normally. Victims could be anyone but women and commuters are most vulnerable. Hence, this study was conducted to determine the situation of students in the University of San Jose- Recoletos Basak Campus with regards to harassment in order to establish the urgency and the demand for mitigation. This study was conducted with the descriptive quantitative research method to determine the feasibility of a handy anti-harassment kit aimed to provide vulnerable victims with a first line of defense towards physical harassment. The results showed that there is a strong presence of harassment in the locality. The urgency is proven to be significant while the product demand is strong. Moreover, the researchers formed TOXIC, a brand that caters to the spectrum of victims of harassment. Thus, the proposed mobile defender to repel and alarm harassers is deemed feasible in all aspects. The researchers recommend further innovation in order to enhance the efficiency of the kit alongside active collaboration with the local government unit in order to solve the issue of harassment within the locality.

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Alunan, R. M., Bustamante, V. C., Hermoso, J. M., Lim, G. G., Narona, M. N., Ragasa, M. C., Tenerife, J. J.

 

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Physical Harassment, Commuters, Women, Students, Consent, Trauma, Spectrum of Victims, Vulnerable, Handy, Kit, TOXIC, First Line of Defense and Mitigate

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12-Bl Santi of Cori

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A Feasibility Study on Andam Josenian Mobile Application for Academic Related Announcements

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Paper is a staple product used daily in many purposes worldwide. However, paper consumption has also shown to deal negative effects towards the environment being responsible for about 12% of all the worlds’ greenhouse emissions. Since schools are heavily paper reliant institutions, the researchers of this study decided to propose the Andam Josenian application which removes paper printed announcements given to the students and digitalizes the announcement into their phones. Through the application, paper consumption and cost of printing will be decreased at the same time it gives the students a reliable source of information. Through the conducted research which was done through questionnaire form utilizing Buying Propensity Questions. It was found that students and researchers have a high rate in availing the proposed product in the future. In order to increase the propensity of the paper reduced from this application. It is highly advised in future researches to look into adding other features which limits the use of paper in the school environment.

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Abasolo, J. L., Berou, A.J., Cabusas, C. L., Damalerio, J. B., Hera, G. L., Saquibal, K.

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Word’s Greenhouse Emissions, Mobile Application, Digitalize, Feasibility

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12- Bl Santi of Cori

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A Feasibility Study on “Net Work” for the Drainage Canals in Dumlog, Talisay

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The ocean covers two – thirds of the Earth’s surface and it is at its most vulnerable state. Every day, 2 million tonnes of sewage, industrial and agricultural waste are being discharged into the world’s water. The primary aim of this study is to create a cost – efficient product that will help mitigate this water pollution, thus leading the researchers to the concept of the Net Work. This quantitative study has employed the descriptive quantitative type of research with the intention of gathering information within the locality of Dumlog, Talisay. This is done in order to describe the current status in the community regarding their awareness in the prevailing trash and water pollution in the area and their interests and/or willingness to help the environment. To determine the feasibility of this study, the researchers conducted a survey within the locale with 391 respondents as the sample space gathered from a population of 17,785 people with the use of Sloven’s Formula, with a 5% margin of error, through the random sampling method. Based on the results from the questions premised on both theories utilized in the study and the factors that were identified, the problem awareness, the willingness to purchase the product and the product demand, the results indicated that the proposed project is technically, financially and effectively feasible within the estimated budget. It also indicated that the Net Work would indeed make profitable income and have a positive impact upon the residents of Dumlog, Talisay.

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Cometa, L. D., Fernandez, R. M., Gallardo, P., Lozada, K., Quillao, M., Ruflo, J. C., Tercinio, A. D.

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Water Pollution, the Net Work, Cost – efficient, Reduce, Garbage Debris, Open Waters, Quantitative Study, Talisay, OCEANi

 

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12- Bl Santi of Cori

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