The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology grant a master’s degree to the student Nizar Jabbar Abdul Redha, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for his thesis tagged:
"Enhancement The Performance of Bioceramics Using Novel Nanostructured Fillers"
Where the discussion took place in the Graduate Studies Hall in Building B in the department on Wednesday 9/11/2022 at 9:am and the discussion committee consisted of Messrs:
- 1. Dr. Farhad Muhammad Othman, committee president
- 2. Prof.Dr. Farouk Omar Hamdoun, a member
- Asst.Prof.Dr. Sadir Muwaffaq Majid, a member
- 4. Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Hassan Al-Ghabban, a supervisor member
- 5. Prof.Dr. Anwar Juma Al-Obaidi, a supervisor member
As well as the scientific evaluation of the thesis by Ass.Prof.Dr. Israa Qahtan Sabri/ Babylon University/ College of Materials Engineering, and Asst.Prof.Dr. Haitham Talib Hussein/ University of Technology/ Department of Applied Sciences, and linguistically by Asst.Prof.Dr. Jamal Jalal Daoud/ University of Technology/ Department of Materials Engineering. After the discussion committee recorded its observations on the thesis, which were divided between explanation and correction, the student’s defense of his message and the end of the discussion, the committee decided to evaluate the thesis, and decided to grant the student a master’s degree with a fulfillment grade.
The aim of this work is to synthesis and production bioceramic composites reinforced with novelty nanostructured fillers that may be a turning point bioceramics. Hydroxyapatite and Tri-calcium phosphate selected as vital basic materials and using silicene fillers. As well as the reinforcement of the base materials individually and composite with silicene fillers percentage (1, 3, 5) %.Powders technology is the method adopted for preparing samples for Mechanical, Physical and Biological tests.
The results showed the positive effect of adding silicene on the general properties of the base and composite materials, the best composite samples are those with (25% HA + 75% TCP + 5% silicene) in terms of properties.