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The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to “Ban Dia Abbas”, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for her tagged thesis.

"Enhance the performance of double pipe heat exchanger by physical coating"

Where the discussion took place in the Postgraduate Studies Hall in Building B in the department on Thursday 11/11/2021, and the discussion committee consisted of:

  1. Assist. Prof. Dr. Nahed Mahmoud Ali (Chairman)
  2. Prof. Dr. Jassim Mohammed Abdul Latif (Member)
  3. Assist. Prof. Dr. Mohamed Abdel Hussein Mohamed (Member)
  4. Prof. Dr. Kazem Matar Shabib (Supervisor and member)
  5. Assist. Prof. Dr. Aya Kazem Hassan (Supervisor and member)

The dissertation had evaluated scientifically by Assist. Prof. Dr. Ammar Imad Kazem/ University of Babylon/ College of Materials Engineering and Prof. Dr. Khaled Ajami Sukkar/ University of Technology/ Chemical Engineering Department, and linguistically by Senior Lecturer Dr. Naseer Abdul-Hussein Nasser/ University of Technology/ Materials Engineering Department.

 

Abstract

The main purpose of this work is to extend the service life of the heat exchanger by protecting the tubes by coating to reduce the fouling phenomenon and increase the corrosion resistance of these tubes, small samples were coated with epoxy and WO3 nanoparticles in different proportions, and these samples were subjected to a number of tests to study their properties before and after coating. Then the heat exchanger experiments of the uncoated tube, the epoxy coated tube and the epoxy and 1 wt% of WO3 nanoparticles were carried out to study the performance of the heat exchanger. The results proved that the tube coated with the nanocomposite coating is the most successful in reducing the expected problems.

 

After the discussion, the committee recorded its notes on the thesis, which were split between explanation and correction, and the student’s defense of her work and the discussion ended. The committee decided to evaluate the thesis and grant the student a master’s degree with a full grade.

 

 

 

 

 

The Department of Materials Engineering / University of Technology awards a master's degree

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to the student “Ali Fayez Jassem”, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for his thesis tagged:

"Reducing failure of high voltage insulators"

 Where the discussion took place in the Postgraduate Studies Hall in Building C in the department on Thursday 11/11/2021, and the discussion committee consisted of:

  1. Prof. Dr. Abbas Khammas Hussein (Chairman)
  2. Assist. Prof. Dr. Star Radi's news (Member)
  3. Assist. Prof. Dr. Laith Waddah Ismail (Member)
  4. Assist. Prof. Dr. Mayada Shanan Abed (Supervisor and member)
  5. Assist. Prof. Dr. Khaled Khudair Abbas (Supervisor and member)

The dissertation had evaluated scientifically by Prof. Dr. Shehab Ahmed Zidan/ University of Technology/ Department of Applied Sciences and Assist. Prof. Dr. Shaima Jaber Mariam/ University of Babylon/ College of Materials Engineering, and linguistically by Senior Lecturer Dr. Naseer Abdul-Hussein Nasser/ University of Technology/ Materials Engineering Department.

 Abstract

The study aimed to treat and reduce insulation failures in the electrical insulation of electrical insulators of high voltage, where a nano-coating of silica and nanopolymers was used, coupling from an angle of contact of 158.

 After the discussion, the committee recorded its notes on the thesis, which were split between explanation and correction, and the student’s defense of her work and the discussion ended. The committee decided to evaluate the thesis and grant the student a master’s degree with a full grade.

 

 

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to the student "Zainab Khaled Younes", Department of the Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for her tagged thesis.

"Evolution of mechanical behavior for Nano composite plates"

Where the discussion took place in the Postgraduate Studies Hall in Building C in the department on Wednesday 10/11/2021, and the discussion committee consisted of:

  1. Assist. Prof. Dr. Jamal Jalal Daoud (Chairman)
  2. Assist. Prof. Dr. Fatima Jaafar Muhammad (Member)
  3. Assist. Prof. Dr. Hamed Ali Hussein (Member)
  4. Prof. Dr. Abbas Khammas Hussein (Supervisor and member)
  5. Assist. Prof. Dr. Laith Qais Abbas (Supervisor and member)

The dissertation had evaluated scientifically by Assist. Prof. Dr. Basem Ajil Abbas/ University of Babylon/ College of Materials Engineering and Assist. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Jawad Muhammad/ University of Technology/ Department of Electrochemical Engineering, and linguistically by Senior Lecturer Dr. Naseer Abdul-Hussein Nasser/ University of Technology/ Materials Engineering Department.

Abstract

In this study, the Properties of a polyester-based composites, using nanoparticle fillers ((TiO2) and (SiO2), were investigated. The mechanical, physical, miscibility and morphology tests were studied Moreover, buckling analysis of nanocomposite plates with cutout was investigated including the effect of design parameters such as cutout shape, size, position, direction, number of cutouts etc. in addition to the plate aspect ratio on the buckling behavior and comparing the experimental and numerical results. The main conclusion was that the presence of cutout could equally well raise the buckling load just as much as lower it. On the other hand, the experimental results were better than the numerical results with percentage (2.3-8.2%). Nanocomposite plates are utilized as underlying parts in aviation, auto and marine designing constructions. Patterns are generally set up as access ports in electrical and mechanical structures or only for decreasing weight.

 

After the discussion, the committee recorded its notes on the thesis, which were split between explanation and correction, and the student’s defense of her work and the discussion ended. The committee decided to evaluate the thesis and grant the student a master’s degree with a full grade.

 

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to the student "Iftikhar Amer Selim", Department of the Materials Engineering/ University of Technology for her tagged thesis.

"Fabrication of Body Armor from Hybrid Composites"

Where the discussion took place in the Postgraduate Studies Hall in Building B in the department on Wednesday 10/11/2021, and the discussion committee consisted of:

  1. Assist. Prof. Dr. Jawad Kazem Aliwi (Chairman)
  2. Assist. Prof. Dr. Ali Hussain Muhammad (Member)
  3. Assist. Prof. Dr. Qahtan Adnan Hamad (Member)
  4. Assist. Prof. Dr. Mayada Shanan Abed (supervisor and member)
  5. Assist. Prof. Dr. Biman, accompanied by Ahmed (supervisor and member)

As well, the dissertation was scientifically evaluated by Prof. Ahmed Fadel Hamza/ University of Babylon/ College of Materials Engineering and Prof. Mohsen Nouri Hamza/ University of Technology/ Mechanical Engineering Department. Moreover, it has been linguistically evaluated by Prof. Khaled Khudair Abbas/ University of Technology/ Department of Materials Engineering.

Abstract

This work aims to prepare hybrid composite materials to evaluate their behavior under ballistic impact experimentally and numerically. Multilayered armors were designed as ceramic/woven fabric reinforced epoxy/metal or polymer layer. In experimental ballistic tests, a 9 mm Full Metal Jacket FMJ bullet was launched at 307 m/s towards armor 30*30 cm2. The Finite Element Method (FEM) is used to simulate the ballistic impact resistance of the armor. The results from simulation and experimental testing were compared with ballistic tests and there was a good agreement of these results.

 After the discussion, the committee recorded its notes on the thesis, which were split between explanation and correction, and the student’s defense of her work and the discussion ended. The committee decided to evaluate the thesis and grant the student a master’s degree with a full grade.

 

 

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