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Keywords : porosity

Bio and Mechanical Evaluation of an Enhanced Bio Glass

J.T. Al-Haidary; M.N. Arbilei; J.S. Kashan

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2018, Volume 36, Issue 1A, Pages 65-69
DOI: 10.30684/etj.2018.136758

These Tap casting and powder metallurgy methods used to produce the 45S5 Bioglass. This study revealed that the bioglass modified with 0.2% Y2O3 has about 700% increases in hardness. The modification of bioglass with 0.2% Y2O3 leads to a 44% increase in fracture toughness values. This study revealed that the 0.2% Y2O3 bioglass composition-modification improves the fracture strength by almost 150%. The laboratory histological sections showed that 45S5 bioglass (original composition materials showed nether systemic nor local inflammation with new bone formation at site of implantation. The Y2O3 modified the 45S5 bioglass showed no inflammation reactions as well, but no new bone formation and regeneration was noticed in the adjacent bone tissue.

Evaluations of Automotive Paints Coating Performance Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopic Method

Haider Hadi Jasim; Raed Abdul-Hussain; Shaima Al-Bazaz

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2015, Volume 33, Issue 9, Pages 2080-2093

The aim of this paper is to study the corrosion rates and porosity of industrial paints used for car body coating. Seven types of industrial paints were used for car body structuresincluded 2K clear coat (Lacquers), Auto Paint 2K top coat, TS 16949 (Easi coat), Clear coat (Palinal), National Numix top coat, DENSO and ICI 2K solvent based (Tinters P420) were tested and studied using the electrochemical impedance spectroscopic (EIS) method. The liquefaction potable water solution was used as electrolyte for test. The obtained results showed that the Palinal paint has high impendence and lower porosity while TS 16949 (Easi coat) shows lower impedance and high porosity. Other types showed moderates values. Microscopic inspection of the surface coatings after EIS test showed that most paints had pitting corrosion except Auto paint shows blisters.

Effect of Some Vegetables (Carrots, Onion, Parsley, and Red radish) on Corrosion Behavior of Amalgam Dental Filling in Artificial Saliva

Slafa Ismael Ibrahim; Nemir Ahmed Al-Azzawi; Shatha Mizhir Hasan; Hussein H. Karim; Ammar M. M. Al-Qaissi; Ahmed Chyad Kadhim; Mehdi Munshid Shellal; Sinan Majid Abdul Satar; Wahid S. Mohammad; Assad Oda Jassim; Khalid salem Shibib; Karema Assi Hamad; Haqui Ismael Qatta; Hayder Hadi Abbas; Kanaan A. Jalal; Hussain Kassim Ahmad; Makram A. Fakhri; Mohanned M.H. AL-Khafaji; Hussam Lefta Alwan; Baraa M.H. Albaghdadi

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2014, Volume 32, Issue 5, Pages 1216-1226

This work involves study corrosion behavior of amalgam in presence of some vegetables including (Carrots, Onion, Parsley, and Red radish) which were chosen because they require mastication process by teeth and taking enough time that make them in a contact with amalgams filling in artificial saliva.
The corrosion parameters were interpreted in artificial saliva at pH (5.1) and (37±1oC) by adding (50 ml/l) of vegetable juice to artificial saliva, which involve corrosion potential (Ecorr), corrosion current density (icorr), Cathodic and anodic Tafel slopes (bc & ba ) and polarization resistance, the results of (Ecorr) and (icorr) indicate that the medium of saliva and (50 ml/l) onion is more corrosive than the other media. Cathodic and anodic tafel slopes were used to calculate the polarization resistance (Rp) to know which medium more effective on amalgam of dental filling, this study shows that the increasing in polarization resistance through the decreasing in corrosion rate values, the results of (Rp) take the sequence:
Rp:( saliva+ parsley) >( saliva+ red radish)> saliva>(saliva+ carrots) >(saliva+ onion).
While corrosion rates (CR ) take the sequence:
CR: (Saliva+Parsley) Keywords

Corrosion in saliva
Potentiostatic measurements

Utilization of MixedWaste in Fired Brick Manufacturing

Khalid salem Shibib; Karema Assi Hamad; Haqui Ismael Qatta

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2014, Volume 32, Issue 5, Pages 1287-1293

Recycling wastes are a practical solution to reduce its detrimental effects. Many problems have arisen recently due to the rapid expansion on the quantity of waste. In this work, a practical solution was presented. The waste was mixed with wet clay to form a mixture that molded under pressure to form a wet brick. The wet bricks were entered into big ovens and during the firing process, porosity was induced inside them. The induced porosity enhanced the thermal insulation, decreasing the density, producing good brick durability with acceptable mechanical properties of the fired brick, in addition to that, a preservation in natural resources could be achieved. Following ASTM standards the values of the specific heat, dry density, thermal conductivity, cold and boiling absorption coefficient and both wet and dry compressive strength were measured with good accuracy.

Manufacture of Light Weight Ceramic Bodies as Thermal Insulator From Local Material

Al-Taie M; Al-Malki Anam; Al-Attar Abeer

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2011, Volume 29, Issue 8, Pages 1471-1481

The research work covers a study of the feasibility of producing
lightweight ceramic thermal insulation bodies used for lining the furnaces
by adding saw dust and AlF3 to the Dewechla clay (Kaolinite).AlF3 is a
chemical waste materials in the Akashat–factories in Rutba to the
Dewechla clay (kaolinite). Finely distributed Saw dust and ALF3 were
added to clay with different weight percentages (0, 15, 25, 35 & 40) Wt%.
Cylindrical shape samples (30mm diameter and 30 mm height) were
prepared by using the semi–dry method, moulding pressure was
(500Kg/cm²). After drying at (110C◦), the samples were burnt at (900, 950,
1000, 1050&1100) C◦. The fired samples were investigated to obtain their
properties, bulk density, porosity ,compressive strength and thermal
conductivity. It was possible to produce ligh-weight ceramic thermal
insulators with bulk density between (700 and 1300) Kg/m³ compressive
strength not less than (25) Kg/cm² and thermal conductivity between (0.2
and 0.4) Kcal/m.h.c.

One Parameter Composite Semigroups of Linear Bounded Operators in Strong Operator Topology of Schatten Class Cp

Samir Kasim Hassan; Al-Taie M; Al-Malki Anam; Al-Attar Abeer; Mustafa Khaleel Ismael; Fatema Ahmed Sadeq; Radhi A .Zboon; Jehad R.Kider; Samir K .Hassan; Hussain J. M. Alalkawi; Raad H. Majid; Rawaa A. Alomairy; Luma Abdul Ghani Zghair; Hadia Kadhim J.Al-Ogili; Assifa M. Mohamad; Abbas Sheyaa Alwan; Haider L. Aneed; Assim H Yousif; Salema Sultan Salman; Abbas Hussien Miry; Abduladhem A.Ali; Mohammed Zeki Al-Faiz; Sabah N. mahmood; Khansaa Dawood Selman; Shaymaa Tareq Kadhim

Engineering and Technology Journal, 2011, Volume 29, Issue 8, Pages 1463-1470

For semigroups of linear bounded operators on Hilbert spaces, the problem of
being in Cp , 0 Keywords