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Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:30

ٍAward a master's degree to Ban Dia

 

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.

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:28

ٍAward a master's degree to Ali Fayez

 

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.

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:24

ٍAward a master's degree to Zainab Khaled

 

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.

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:22

ٍAward a master's degree to Iftikhar Amer

 

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.

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:20

ٍAward a master's degree to Hala Mohamed

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to the student Hala Mohamed Shehab, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for her tagged thesis (Plastic waste and Sawdust for Sustainable Composite materials)

The discussion was held on the discussions hall / building B / Department of Materials Engineering / University of Technology on Monday (09/11/2021). The discussion committee was formed of the teaching staff listed:

Names

Position in the Committee

 

Assist. Prof. Dr. .  Muhammad Osama Abbas

Chief

Assist. Prof. Dr.  Rana Thabet Abd

Member

Lec. Dr.  Muhammad Rumeid Gharkan

Member

Assist.Prof. Dr.  Mohamed Abdel Hussein Mohamed

Supervisor

Assist.Prof. Dr.   Sarmad Emad Ibrahim

Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dissertation was scientifically evaluated by Prof. Dr. Ibtihal Abdul Razzaq Mahmoud/ University of Technology/ Mechanical Engineering Department, and Asist. Prof. Dr. Massar Najim Obaid/ University of Babylon/ College of Materials Engineering and linguistically by Assist. Prof.  Dr. Khaled Khudair Abbas/ University of Technology/ Department of Materials Engineering.

Abstract

Prepare wood plastic composite material(WPC) from plastic and sawdust waste  to minimize environmental  pollution by hand mixing. The (depolymrization pet, VV/55, Unsaturated polyester resin) and Sawdust as reinforcement ( treated and untreated). The results  show that specimen with treated sawdust have mechanical and physical properties better than untreated sample.

The discussion of the dissertation was conducted in a scientific atmosphere and a master's degree with grade of pass was awarded to the student after the completion of all the corrections that have been decided by the examiners.

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:19

ٍAward a master's degree to Aya Nahed

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to the student Aya Nahed Mohsen, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for her tagged thesis (Advanced coating to make low carbon steel suitable for many industrial applications)

The discussion was held on the discussions hall / building B / Department of Materials Engineering / University of Technology on Monday (08/11/2021). The discussion committee was formed of the teaching staff listed:

Names

Position in the Committee

 

Prof. Dr. . Rana Afif Majeed

Chief

Assist. Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahman Najm

Member

Lec. Dr. Hind Basil Ali

Member

Chief researcher Dr. Hussain Muhammad Yusuf

Supervisor

Lec. Dr.  Sura Salem Ahmed

Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dissertation was scientifically evaluated by Prof. Dr. Abdul Rahim Kazem Abdul Ali / University of Babylon / Faculty of Materials Engineering, and Asist. Prof. Dr. Khaled Hamid Rashid/ University of Technology/ College of Materials Engineering/ Department of Chemical Engineering and linguistically by Lec. Dr. Sondos Karim Juma/ University of Technology/ Electrochemical Engineering Department.

 Abstract

The study aimed to enhance corrosion properties for low carbon steel surface by using flame thermal spraying technique to deposit a Ni-Cu (Monel) protective coating overlay. The optimum coating parameters were (125 mm (level 2) spray distance, 30 g (level 3) N10 powder rate, substrate surface roughness, 50 mm/min (level 2) gun carrier transverse velocity). The results of SEM show the coating layer is rich in Ni-Cu, which makes it more resistant to corrosion. XRD showed the Cu and Ni-Cu phases. The erosion rate was measured by using 3.5% NaCl solution showed the minimum weight loss (0.00166 mm/year).

The discussion of the dissertation was conducted in a scientific atmosphere and a master's degree with grade of pass was awarded to the student after the completion of all the corrections that have been decided by the examiners.

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:17

ٍAward a master's degree to Zainab Salem

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to the student Zainab Salem Aziz, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for her tagged thesis (Corrosion inhibition by plant extracts for carbon steel)

The discussion was held on the discussions hall / building B / Department of Materials Engineering / University of Technology on Sunday (07/11/2021). The discussion committee was formed of the teaching staff listed:

Names

Position in the Committee

 

Prof. Dr. Anis Abdullah Kazem

Chief

Assist. Prof. Dr. Khaled Khudair Abbas

Member

Lec. Dr. Shaima Mahdi Saleh

Member

Prof. Dr. Rana Afif Majeed

Supervisor

Assist. Prof.  Majed Hamid Abdul Majeed

Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dissertation was scientifically evaluated by Prof. Dr. Owham Mohamed Hamid/ University of Technology / Applied science department, and linguistically by Lec. Dr. Nassier Abdul-Hussain Nassir/ University of Technology / Department of Materials Engineering.

Abstract

In this study, plant extract (wild clary)  are tested and applied to steel (AISI l015) to prevent its corrosion in two mediums of sea water and  0.5 M HCl using electrochemical studies at three temperatures (298, 318, 338 K) by adding five concentrations of the extract (5, 10, 15, 20, 25) mL /L. The inhibition efficiency was found to be excellent, reaching 83.078% at a concentration of 20 (ml/L) and a temperature of 298 (K), which is the best concentration in seawater, and 92.944% at a concentration of 25 (ml/L) and a temperature of 298 (K) which is the best concentration in an acid medium hydrochloric.

 

The discussion of the dissertation was conducted in a scientific atmosphere and a master's degree with grade of pass was awarded to the student after the completion of all the corrections that have been decided by the examiners.

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:15

ٍAward a master's degree to Abdul Rahman Kamel

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to Abdul Rahman Kamel Abdul Rahim, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for his tagged dissertation (Using recycling waste materials for preparing Eco-concrete)

The discussion was held on the discussions hall / building C / Department of Materials Engineering / University of Technology on Sunday (14/11/2021). The discussion committee was formed of the teaching staff listed:

Names

Position in the Committee

Prof. Dr.  Alaa Aladdin Abdel Hamid

Chief

Assist. Prof. Dr.  Sarmad Emad Ibrahim

Member

Assist. Prof. Dr.  Ayman Jamil Kazem

Member

Assist. Prof. Dr.  Nahed Mahmoud Ali

Supervisor

Lec. Dr.  Ahmed Hussein Ali

Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dissertation was scientifically evaluated by Lec. Dr. Raed Kazem Muhammad/Al-Mustansiriya University/College of Engineering/Department of Materials Engineering, and Assist. Prof. Dr. Ali Attia Jabr/ University of Technology/ Civil Engineering Department and linguistically by Lec. Dr. Zainab Nayef Rashid/ University of Technology/ Department of Applied Sciences.

Abstract

The aim of this study is to evaluate the possibility of using waste rubber tires as a substitute for sand and gravel. The physical and mechanical properties of rubber concrete have been tested for various sizes of rubber chopped by proportions different, so the properties that rubber concrete can gain by using this alternative are low cost, lightweight, toughness, shock absorption, and heat insulation, and preserving the environment by providing a safe solution.

 

The discussion of the dissertation was conducted in a scientific atmosphere and a master's degree with grade of pass was awarded to the student after the completion of all the corrections that have been decided by the examiners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 08:11

ٍAward a master's degree to Mohamed Hamed

 

The Department of Materials Engineering at the University of Technology awarded a master’s degree to Mohamed Hamed Maseikh, Department of Materials Engineering/ University of Technology, for his tagged dissertation (Studying the Development of Erosion Resistance of Al- Cu Alloy by Surface Treatments)

The discussion was held on the discussions hall / building C / Department of Materials Engineering / University of Technology on Monday (15/11/2021). The discussion committee was formed of the teaching staff listed:

Names

Position in the Committee

Assist. Prof. Dr. Fadel Abbas Hashem

Chief

Assist. Prof. Dr. Najeeb Salman Abtan

Member

Assist. Prof. Dr. Ahmed Amid Zine El Abidine

Member

Prof. Dr. Ali Hussein Attiwi

Supervisor

Assist. Prof. Dr. Jamal Jalal Daoud

Supervisor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The dissertation was scientifically evaluated by Assist. Prof. Dr. Bahaa Sami Mahdi/ University of Technology / Production and Minerals Department, and Prof. Dr. Kazem Kamel Rassan  / Al-Mustansiriya University/ College of Engineering/ Department of Materials Engineering and linguistically by Assist. Prof. Dr. Mayada Rahim Issa/ University of Technology/ English Language Center.

Abstract

The main objective of this research is to acquire high tribological surface properties by improving the hardness and erosion resistance of alloy 2024, and to study the effect of heat and surface treatments on the hardness and erosion properties.  Several heat and surface treatments were applied.  These treatments are annealing, solution and aging treatment, plasma nitriding, and duplex surface treatment, which includes plasma sputtering followed by plasma nitridation.  The microstructure, hardness and mechanical wear resistance of this alloy were checked before and after each treatment.  An erosion tester was manufactured locally to measure the wear resistance of this alloy.  X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, and Vickers hardness were used to characterize the results.  The results showed that each treatment differently affects the microstructure, wear resistance and hardness of this alloy.

The discussion of the dissertation was conducted in a scientific atmosphere and a master's degree with grade of pass was awarded to the student after the completion of all the corrections that have been decided by the examiners.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, 23 November 2021 07:59

Particupation in Scientific Conference

 

A Facility Member  from The Department of Materials Engineering participates in the membership of The Preparatory Committee for the Third and First International Scientific Conference on Desertification Studies ,  Asst. Prof. Muhammad Abdul-Hussein Al-Zuhairi, an Faclilty Staff  in  the Department of Materials Engineering at  University of Technology-Iraq  as a member of the Preparatory Committee for the Third Scientific  and First International Conference for Desert Studies in which was Held at  the University of Anbar with cooperation with the Desert Studies Center for the days  17th and 18th of November
The conference included 114 research participants from Iraq, Tunisia, Kuwait, Egypt and the Netherlands, which address the problem of desertification that Iraq and the countries of the region suffer from, with the absence of strategic projects to combat desertification. Known that Asst. Prof .Dr Mohammed Al-Zuhairi is an observer member of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) and an accredited member of the United Nations Environment  Program (UNEP).

 

 

 

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