Academic Journal of Industrial Technology Innovation 2024-04-29T16:07:28+07:00 Assistant Professor Dr.Chatchai Kaewdee, ผู้ช่วยศาสตราจารย์ ดร.ฉัตรชัย แก้วดี Open Journal Systems <p><strong>ISSN:</strong> 2822-1125 (Print)</p> <p><strong>ISSN:</strong> 3027-8090 (Online)</p> <p>Academic Journal of Industrial Technology Innovation is an academic journal in the field of science and technology. To be a medium for disseminating academic works Research results of personnel, theses, dissertations of students, faculty, personnel, academics, as well as those interested both internally and externally. It focuses on publishing academic articles on industrial technology innovation and research results obtained from systematic and orderly research Knowledge can be transferred by preparing academic articles or research articles that are of high quality and meet standards suitable for publication of academic work. This is an indicator that indicates the strength of a higher education institution or educational agency significantly.</p> <p>The article will go through an initial evaluation process to determine the quality and scope of the content. Accuracy of article preparation format, redundancy, and plagiarism (Duplication and Plagiarism) by the journal's editorial team. The article will then be evaluated for academic quality by no less than 3 experts in the relevant field. The author (Author) and the evaluator (Reviewer) will not know each other's information. (Double-Blinded Peer Reviews). Articles that have been improved according to the evaluation results will be considered and approved for publication. Final step The editorial team reviews articles and proofreads them before publishing them online and publish all articles together in a book for further dissemination. In addition, research results and academic works published in the journal It is the independent opinion of the author. The author is responsible for any legal consequences that may arise from the published article. Which the editorial team and the journal's production team, You don't always have to agree.</p> <p><strong>Types of work published in journals</strong></p> <ol> <li> <strong> Research articles/Original articles</strong> are articles that the author has compiled from his or her own research, which is the result of research on a particular subject, such as social science research articles. Including various fields of study that are related and will be beneficial to various professions.</li> <li> <strong> Academic articles</strong> are an article in which the writer aims to present only one subject. Obtained from researching various printed documents and filtering them. Compiled by the author. </li> <li> <strong> Critical articles/review articles</strong> are an article in which the author analyzes, synthesizes, critiques, and criticizes a particular topic/issue in order to present new ideas or new knowledge.</li> </ol> <p> </p> <p><strong>Conditions for submitting articles for publication in the journal</strong> </p> <ol> <li>The manuscript is a matter that has never been published or is awaiting publication in other journals. </li> <li>All manuscripts must be evaluated or approved by experts. To check the content (Peer review) if there are suggestions for improvement. The editorial team will submit issues for publication that have received recommendations for improvement or additions to the original owner (author). The original owner must return the revised manuscript to the editorial team within 2 weeks. The editorial team will accept the publication. Only when the original has been completely edited by the original owner. </li> <li>Authors must submit their manuscripts to the journal editors no more than 40 days before the publication of each issue. In order for the matter to be published to be published, it will undergo a diagnostic process and consider publishing in the next journal. </li> <li>Manuscript submitted for consideration for publication must meet requirements Instructions for publishing manuscripts 5. Topics considered for publication The author can download it from the website of the Faculty of Industrial Technology. Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University</li> </ol> <p><strong>Branches that accept articles </strong></p> <p>Academic Journal of Industrial Technology Innovation is a journal covering the fields of science and technology. The article contains content related to fields of industrial technology innovation, such as industrial technology, engineering applied, science industrial, studies technical, vocational education, industrial arts, architecture, design, and other fields related to industrial technology. Presented in the form of a research article. Academic articles. Critical article/Review article.</p> <p><strong>Publication language:</strong> Thai/English</p> <p><strong>Publication schedule:</strong> Published 3 issues per year, every year, as follows.</p> <p><strong>Issue 1</strong> between January–April.</p> <p><strong>Issue 2</strong> between May–August.</p> <p><strong>Issue 3</strong> between September–December.</p> <p><strong>Article publishing fee:</strong> There is no fee for publishing articles No. 1-12 and a fee is collected from Issue 13 onwards, 3,000 baht per article for personnel/students. Under the jurisdiction of Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University and 4,000 baht for the public.</p> Web Application for Curriculum Management: A Case Study of Faculty of Science and Technology, Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University 2024-04-29T09:13:26+07:00 Rattayagon Thaiphan Walaiporn Sornkaing Chawanrat Srinounoan Jirawat Naksuwan Kulthida Chanakul Wachira Yungyuen <p>This research aims to: 1) develop a web application for curriculum management: a case study of the Faculty of Science and Technology, Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University; 2) evaluate the quality of the developed web application; and 3) assess users’ satisfaction with the developed web application. This research was developed in accordance with the System Development Life Cycle Theory. The web application component of the system was created with PHP and the MySQL database management system. The research samples were divided into two groups: five experts in system development and 25 users, selected through purposive sampling. The research tools included the developed web application, a web application quality evaluation form for the experts, and a user satisfaction questionnaire for users. Data analysis was performed using the mean and standard deviation. The research findings were as follows: 1) the web application stored curriculum data in the same standard and was up-to-date, facilitating quick and convenient information retrieval, enabling users to access data anywhere and anytime, reducing data loss issues, and enhancing course development flexibility; 2) the quality assessment of the web application by experts was at a high level (<img title="\bar{x}" src="\bar{x}"> &nbsp;= 4.44, SD = 0.51); and 3) user satisfaction with the developed web application was at the highest level (<img title="\bar{x}" src="\bar{x}">&nbsp;= 4.53, SD = 0.55).</p> 2024-04-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Faculty of Industrial Technology Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Innovative Dual-System Pumping Cart Technology by Remote-Control Via SONOFF 2024-04-29T12:28:46+07:00 Ronaporn Rattanachand Prakit Imsomboon Phongpipat Khamhom <p>This innovation is the innovation of a dual system pump truck remotely controlled by SONOFF. The objectives are as follows: 1) Create a dual system pump truck through SONOFF remote control. 2) Use remote control to SONOFF, the innovator will introduce the working principle of solar energy based on solar panels: 380W, then charge the controller. 30A DC 12V uses SONOFF instead of manual system to turn on and off the system, supplying power to the water pump. A DC 12V 180W experiment was conducted on farmers in Tham Rong Street, Ban Lat District, Phetchaburi Province who were unable to obtain electricity. The study found that: Conduct tests on two remotely controlled pumping trucks using SONOFF to determine the total water volume for 30 days between 09.00 and 17.00. This indicates an average daily pumping of 14,710.1 liters. Two pumping trucks remotely controlled by SONOFF can pump water. More than 10000 liters per day. It is recommended to replace dry batteries with lithium-ion batteries as they have better performance.</p> 2024-04-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Faculty of Industrial Technology Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University A Study of Multipurpose Tricycles Vehicle Performance 2024-04-29T14:50:22+07:00 Prakit Imsomboon Ronaporn Rattanachand Phongpipat Khamhom <p>The research study studied the performance of a multipurpose tricycle with the objective of creating and finding the performance of a multipurpose tricycle that can drive at a speed of 40 kilometers per hour. The problems of farmers and local people are used as guidelines to design the transport of loads, both size and weight, suitable for use. Which requires the weight of the load to be not less than 500 kilograms. The sample group used in the research is 10 farmers in Tha Sen Subdistrict, Ban Lat District, Phetchaburi Province, selected by a simple random method using a lottery drawing. The research tools include a built-in multipurpose tricycle and an experimental result recording form. The research was conducted by testing driving in 6 load conditions, as follows: no load, 150, 300, 400, 500 and 600 kilograms, respectively, at a constant speed of 40 kilometers per hour and a distance of 3,330 meters in 5 minutes in each condition. Driving tests were conducted 3 times, totaling 180 times. The research results found that: 1) This multipurpose tricycle, built with dimensions of 96 x 140 x 100 centimeters, can be used to drive forward. Can reverse and lift the pickup truck (Dump), which is strong, safe and meets more needs than normal tricycles that users modify and add on. 2) Multi-purpose tricycles have the ability to drive at a speed of 40 kilometers per hour. While having a load of not less than 500 kilograms, and 3) Fuel consumption rate when driving at a constant speed of 40 km/hr for 5 minutes, a distance of 3,330 meters with a load of 600 kilograms will consume the most fuel at 78.62 c.c., the same as in the no-load condition. It will consume the least oil at 39.23 cc.</p> 2024-04-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Faculty of Industrial Technology Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Air Conditioning Health Versifying System 2024-04-29T15:10:00+07:00 Natdanai Suwannachot Sommai Srisuk Thikhamporn Khemwong Chatchai Kaewdee Weerayute Sudsomboon Weeraphol Pansrinual Pongthap Weerapong <p>Study of air conditioners completeness monitoring equipment design and storage of air conditioner inspection results data. The system can detect the amount of dust in the air conditioners and notify the report to the users. The purpose is to create guidelines for inspection air conditioners, prevent accidents from the inspection, reduce maintenance costs, increase the efficiency of air conditioners, reduce health problems caused by dust and evaluate the use of air conditioners, etc. Therefore, the air conditioning performance monitoring system was designed and created by using various technologies. The air conditioning completeness monitoring system can check the amount of dust and notify the user through a network system. In addition, such system can record, monitor the accessing system, and provide a security system before using the air conditioning completeness monitoring system. The system can be installed and used in residences, offices, or other places. From the test results, it appears that the system can work as desired and does not affect other existing systems when installed.</p> 2024-04-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Faculty of Industrial Technology Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University Knowledge Management and Creating Added Value of Folk Pottery Product Design in Nakhon Si Thammarat for OTOP Products 2024-04-29T15:48:09+07:00 Chatchai Kaewdee <p>This research aims to: 1) develop and expand the knowledge base for the development of Nakhon Si Thammarat’s traditional pottery into “One Tambon One Product (OTOP)” for the targeted community group; 2) establish a knowledge management system and create additional value through the design of traditional pottery products from Nakhon Si Thammarat for OTOP products, and 3) propose guidelines for promoting and transferring technology of such products in order to create value and improve product quality towards registration as a community product. The experiment was conducted with a sample group of: 1) a group of local pottery producers from east and west of Sala Bang Pu community, located in Pak Phun, Mueang, Nakhon Si Thammarat, consist of 10 participants each, and Ban Pak Phun Community, Pak Phun, Mueang, Nakhon Si Thammarat, with 20 participants. These groups consist of traditional pottery producers who have been engaged in pottery production for sale as a livelihood in specified areas for at least five years, and who currently continue to produce as their primary occupation; 2) distributors and consumers, consisting of 10 shops along Bang Pu - Tha Sala road in Mueang, Nakhon&nbsp; Si Thammarat, who sell and purchase traditional pottery products in this area, and 3) five experts who have knowledge, abilities, or academics related to traditional pottery. The results found that: 1) 40 traditional pottery producers in Nakhon Si Thammarat provided baseline data for community-based pottery production in the province, with the aim of progressing towards OTOP status; 2) seven community pottery distributors In Nakhon Si Thammarat provided baseline data for community-based pottery distributors in Nakhon Si Thammarat to support tourism in the southern region; 3) the quality level of pottery management and production system in Nakhon Si Thammarat was verified by five government agencies in Nakhon Si Thammarat, preparing for registration as a community product; 4) 80 percent of the 50 target group members participated in the project’s activities. The missing percentage is due to the group having fewer pottery producers, and several members traveling to work outside the area during the project activities; 5) the level of satisfaction among participants in sub-activity 1, which involved knowledge management and value creation through the design of traditional potteries in Nakhon Si Thammarat, under the Research for Community project, was extremely high, with 100 percent of participants indicating the highest level of satisfaction (<img title="\bar{x}" src="\bar{x}">= 5.00, SD. = 0.00); 6) out of 10 pottery producers, seven registered their community products, representing 70 percent; 7) the increase in OTOP products for producers participating in the project was 100%, with all four participating communities entering the registration process for OTOP status , and 8) the added value from selling products, resulting from participation in the project, increased by more than 29.50 percent. This increase is based on comparing sales of the four communities before and after engaging in the project activities, and products were produced according to the patterns of those who had participated in the activities.</p> 2024-04-29T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Faculty of Industrial Technology Nakhon Si Thammarat Rajabhat University