Anas A. Makki
Anas A. Makki
Associate Professor, Industrial Engineering, King Abdulaziz University, Rabigh
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Revealing the determinants of shower water end use consumption: enabling better targeted urban water conservation strategies
AA Makki, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, C Beal
Journal of Cleaner Production 60, 129-146, 2013
1322013
Novel bottom-up urban water demand forecasting model: revealing the determinants, drivers and predictors of residential indoor end-use consumption
AA Makki, RA Stewart, CD Beal, K Panuwatwanich
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 95, 15-37, 2015
802015
Kinetic and thermodynamic analyses of sugar cane bagasse and sewage sludge co-pyrolysis process
Z Hameed, Z Aman, SR Naqvi, R Tariq, I Ali, AA Makki
Energy & Fuels 32 (9), 9551-9558, 2018
212018
Current Status and Willingness to Adopt Renewable Energy Technologies in Saudi Arabia
I Mosly, AA Makki
Sustainability 10 (11), 4269, 2018
202018
What does rebounding water use look like? An examination of post-drought and post-flood water end-use demand in Queensland, Australia
CD Beal, AA Makki, RA Stewart
Water Science & Technology: Water Supply 14 (4), 561-568, 2014
202014
Safety Climate Perceptions in the Construction Industry of Saudi Arabia: The Current Situation
I Mosly, AA Makki
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (18), 6717, 2020
62020
Identifying the drivers of water consumption: A summary of results from the South East Queensland residential end use study
C Beal, AA Makki, RA Stewart
UWSRA Science Forum and Stakeholder Engagement: Building Linkages …, 2012
62012
Determinants for Safety Climate Evaluation of Construction Industry Sites in Saudi Arabia
AA Makki, I Mosly
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (21), 8225, 2020
52020
Factors Affecting Public Willingness to Adopt Renewable Energy Technologies: An Exploratory Analysis
AA Makki, I Mosly
Sustainability 12 (3), 845, 2020
52020
What does rebounding water use look like?
C Beal, A Makki, RA Stewart
7th International Conference on Efficient Use and Management of Water …, 2013
22013
Predicting the Safety Climate in Construction Sites of Saudi Arabia: A Bootstrapped Multiple Ordinal Logistic Regression Modeling Approach
AA Makki, I Mosly
Applied Sciences 11 (4), 1474, 2021
12021
Development of a Domestic Urban Water End-Use Demand Statistical Forecasting Model for South-East Queensland, Australia
AA Makki
Griffith University, 2015
12015
Development of a domestic water end use consumption forecasting modelfor South-East Queensland, Australia
AA Makki, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, C Beal
The 6th IWA specialist conference on efficient use and management of water …, 2011
12011
The Effects of Multi-Sociodemographic Characteristics of Construction Sites Personnel on Perceptions of Safety Climate Influencing Factors: The Construction Industry in Saudi …
I Mosly, AA Makki
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (4), 1674, 2021
2021
Barriers to Green Entrepreneurship: An ISM-Based Investigation
AA Makki, H Alidrisi, A Iqbal, BO Al-Sasi
Journal of Risk and Financial Management 13 (11), 249, 2020
2020
IDENTIFYING KEY REQUIRED SKILLS FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES
F. Albatati, A. Alshehri, A. Makki, O. Mansour
INTED2020 Proceedings, 14th International Technology, Education and …, 2020
2020
KEY GENERIC COMPETENCIES REQUIRED FOR ENGINEERING GRADUATES
A Alshehri, F Albatati, A Makki, O Mansour
INTED2019 Proceedings; 13th International Technology, Education and …, 2019
2019
Development of a Domestic Water End Use Consumption Forecasting Model for South East Queensland
AA Makki, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, CD Beal
UWSRA Science Forum and Stakeholder Engagement: Building Linkages …, 2012
2012
Development of a Domestic Water End Use Consumption Forecasting Model for South East Queensland
AA Makki, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, CD Beal
UWSRA Science Forum and Stakeholder Engagement: Building Linkages …, 2011
2011
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