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CORROSION BEHAVIOUR OF LOW CARBON STEEL USED IN OIL AND GAS ABOVEGROUND STORAGE TANKS
CORROSION BEHAVIOR OF EPOXY (SIGMALINE) COATED X65 STEEL IN SOME SELECTED CORROSIVE MEDIA
CLAY CERAMIC MATERIALS FOR WATER FILTRATION: PROPERTIES, PROCESSING AND PERFORMANCE
Improper disposal of commodity plastics e.g. polyethylene (PE) in the environment causes land pollution, soil infertility, is unsightly and poses dangers to plant and animal life. The current effort describes the bacteria mediated biodegradation of commodity plastics by Serratia marcescens marcescens without first subjecting the plastics to thermo-oxidative ageing.
ABRASIVE WEAR STUDIES OF PACK CYANIDED MILD STEEL (PCMS)
CO2 CORROSION OF THE WELDED JOINT OF AN X65 STEEL: ANALYSIS OF SURFACE FILM FORMED
ANNEALING HEAT TREATMENT OF ORGANIC MATERIAL FOR CONTROLLED BULK HETEROJUNCTION SOLAR CELLS
BIODEGRADATION AND RECYCLING OF POLYETHYLENE INTO COMPOSITE BUILDING MATERIALS
Biosynthesis of Magnetic Nanoparticles for Cancer Detection and Treatment
Bioinspired design involves the use of concepts observed in natural biological materials in engineering design. The hope is that the leveraging of biological materials in the engineering domain can lead to many technological innovations and novel products. This work presents the initial material characterization of kinixys erosa tortoise shell using a combination of xray diffraction, optical/scanning electron microscopy and micro-mechanical testing. The results were used in the analytical/computational modelling of shell structures. The potential implications or the results were then discussed to give fundamental understanding of deformation and stress responses of shell structures.