Alphabetical order of author names

Ahmed Almukhtar

1.    Al-Mukhtar, A. M., Biermann, H., Hübner, P., & Henkel, S. (2010). Determination of some parameters for fatigue life in welded jointsusing fracture mechanics method. Journal of materials engineering and performance,19. Click to download abstract.

2.    Al-Mukhtar, A., Biermann, H., Henkel, S., & Hübner, P. (2010). Comparison of the stress intensity factor of load-carrying cruciformwelded joints with different geometries.Journal of materials engineering and performance,19. Click to download abstract.

3.    Al-Mukhtar, A. M., Henkel, S., Biermann, H., & Hübner, P. (2009). A finite element calculation of stress intensity factors of cruciformand butt welded joints for some geometrical parameters.Jordan Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering,3. Click to download abstract.

4.    Al Mukhtar, A., Biermann, H., Hübner, P., & Henkel, S. (2013, March). Fatigue crack propagation life calculation in welded joints. InCP2009. Click to download abstract.

5.    Al-Mukhtar, A. M., Biermann, H., Hübner, P., & Henkel, S. (2011). The effcte of weld profile and geometries of butt weld joints onfatigue life under cyclic tensile loading.Journal of materials engineering and performance,20. Click to download abstract

6.    Al-Mukhtar, A. (2009). The safety analysis concept of weldedcomponents under cyclic loads using fracture mechanics method. Click to download abstract

7.    AlMukhtar, A. M. (2013). Consideration of the residual stress distributions in fatigue crack growthcalculations for assessing welded steel joints.Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures,36. Click to download abstract

8.    Al-Mukhtar, A. M. (2013). Investigation of the Thickness Effecton the Fatigue Strength Calculation.Journal of failure analysis and prevention,13. Click to download abstract.

9.    Al-Mukhtar, A. M. (2014). Performance of the SubsurfaceHydraulics in a Doublet System Using the ThermoGIS Calculator.Journal of Geography and Geology,6. Click to download abstract 

10. Al-Mukhtar, A. (2014, May). Fracturing Simulation Of Cruciform Joint Under Biaxial Loads. InThe International Conference on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies (SMST)(May 12–16, 2014). Click to download abstract

11. Al-Mukhtar, A. M., & Doos, Q. (2013). The Spot Weldability of Carbon Steel Sheet.Advances in Materials Science and Engineering,2013. Click to download abstract

12. Al-Mukhtar, A. M. (2013). Residual Stresses and Stress Intensity Factor Calculations in T-WeldedJoints.Journal of failure analysis and prevention,13. Click to download abstract

13. Al-Mukhtar, A. M., & Doos, Q. M. (2013). Cracking Phenomenon in Spot Welded Joints ofAustenitic Stainless Steel.Materials Sciences and Applications,4, 656. Click to download abstract 

14. Al-Mukhtar, A. M. (2013). Investigation of the Effecting Parameters On the Geometrical Surface in theForming Processes. The International Conference on Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies (SMST). Click to download abstract

15. Al-Mukhtar, A. M., & Könke, C. (2013, February). Fracture Mechanics and Micro Crack Detectionin Bone: A Short Communication. InMedical Device Materials VI: Proceedings from the Materials and Processes for Medical Devices Conference:(MPMD 2011). Click to download abstract 


17. Al-Mukhtar, A. M., & Merkel, B. (2014). Simulation of the Crack Propagation in Rocks UsingFracture Mechanics Approach. Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention, 1-11. Click to download abstract 

Bengin Masih Awdel

1.  Herki, B. A., & Khatib, J. M. (2013). Lightweight Concrete Incorporating WasteExpanded Polystyrene. Advanced Materials Research, 787, 131-137. Click to download abstract

2.  Khatib, J. M., Herki, B. A., & Kenai, S. (2013). Capillarity of concreteincorporating waste foundry sand. Construction and Building Materials, 47, 867-871. Click to download abstract

3.  Khatib, J. M., Herki, B. A., Firat, S., Menadi, B., & Kenai, S. (2013). CAPILLARITYOF CONCRETE INCORPORATING FOUNDRY SAND AS REPLACEMENT OF SAND. Journal of New World Sciences Academy, 2011, Volume: 6, Number: 4. Click to download abstract

4.   Herki, B. A., Khatib, J. M., & Negim, E. M. (2013). Lightweight Concrete Made from Waste Polystyrene and Fly Ash. World Applied Sciences Journal 21 (9): 1356-1360. Abstract

5.  Herki, B. A., M.J. Khatib., D. Searle and P. Georgakis, 2012. Absorption of ConcreteIncorporating Waste Polystyrene. International scientific-practical conference. Kazakhstan; December 2012. Abstract

6.  Herki, B. A., M.J. Khatib., D. Searle and P. Georgakis, 2012. Mechanical properties ofconcrete incorporating waste lightweight aggregate. 6th. International conference and workshop on the built environment in developing countries. Adelaide, Australia; December 2012.Click to download abstract

7.  Herki, B. A., M.J. Khatib., D. Searle and P. Georgakis, 2013. Properties oflightweight concrete prepared with waste polystyrene and fly ash. 2th. International seminar on earthquake and sustainable materials. Ankara, Turkey; January 2013. Click to download abstract


Ibtisam Kamal

1.    Kamal, I., Gelicus, A., & Allaf, K. (2012). Impact of Instant Controlled Pressure Drop (DIC) Treatment on DryingKinetics and Caffeine Extraction from Green Coffee Beans. Journal of Food Research, 1(1). Click to download abstract

2.    Fatima-Zohra, M., Abdelfattah, A., Kamal, I., Badiaa, L., Tamara, A., & Karim, A. (2014). IMPACT OF INSTANTANEOUS CONTROLLED PRESSUREPROP (DIC) TECHNOLOGY ON EXTRACTION OF TOTAL PHENOLS OF MOROCCAN SALVIAOFFICINALIS. Journal of Advances in Chemistry, 7(2). Click to download abstract

3.    Kamal, I., & Karim, A. (2013). Optimization of InstantControlled Pressure Drop Dic-Assisted-Solvent Extraction of Total Phenols ofGreen Coffee Beans. Journal of Food Studies, 2(1). Click to download abstract

4.    Elaydi, K., Kamal, I., Bedoui, A., Elimam, E., & Allaf, K. (2014). Intensification of the Solvent Extraction of Rhus tripartitumBioactive Molecules Using Instant Controlled Pressure Drop (DIC). British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, 4(11), 1576-1593. Click to download abstract

5.    Meullemiestre, A., Kamal, I., Maache-Rezzoug, Z., Chemat, F., & Rezzoug, S. A. Antioxidant Activity and Total Phenolic Content of OilsExtracted from Pinus pinaster Sawdust Waste. Screening of Different Innovative Isolation Techniques. Waste and Biomass Valorization, 1-10. Click to download abstract

6.    Kamal, I. (2002). Polymetric Radar Absorbing Materials(RAMs), technical characteristics, principles of operations and applications. Symp. (Microwave Communications), 25-35. Click to download abstract 

7.    Kamal, I., Humood, HA., Mohammed, BA. (2002). Thermalconductivity characteristics of polymer composites based on polyethylene wastesfilled with post-industry wood wastes. Iraqi Journal of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, 4, 1-4. Click to download abstract

8.    Kamal, I. (2001). The effect of MFI of high-densitypolyethylene on the mathematical modeling of tensile characteristics. Iraqi Journal of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, 2, 34. Click to download abstract

9.     Kamal, I., Falih, F.M., Al-Saad, A.A. (2001). Durability performance of epoxy-modified concrete. Proceedings of the 4th conference of ministry of housing and reconstruction, 443-449, 29-30 December. Click to download abstract  

10. Kamal, I., Essa, M.J.K., & Hattab, M.M. (1997). Experimental study on the effect of polymer on concreteproperties. Proceedings of the fourth Basrah Eng. Conference, March 11-12, 639-652. Click to download abstract  

11. Kamal, I., Niema, S.A., Adam, G.A. (1994). Thermal properties of new interpenetrating polymer networks based onepoxy-acrylate. Basrah J. Science, Supplement, 123-132. Click to download abstract 

12. Kamal, I. (2000). Characteristics ofthe capillary absorption and permeability of water in mortar and polymermodified mortars. Basrah J. Science, C, 18, 1, 59-70. Click to download abstract  

13. Kamal, I., Adam, G.A., Al-Mowali, A.H. (2000). ESR studies of molecular motion of poly[2,2-bis(3-formyl-n-hexylendiimine-4-acetoxy phenyl)] propane. Basrah J. Science, Supplement, 91-96. Click to download abstract

14. Kamal, I. (2000). Curingcharacteristics of cement pastes modified by an epoxy resin. Basrah J. Science, C, 18, 1, 105-114. Click to download abstract

15. Kamal, I. (1997). The effect of anew cross-linking agent on the electrical properties of 4, 4' - diisocyanato-diphenylmthane (MDI) based polyurethane. Eng. & Technology, 16, 3, 171. Click to download abstract 

16. Kamal, I., Al-Hajaj, A.A., & Jasim, A.A. (2000). Thermal stresses deformation of radiant tubes for ethanecracking service in a petrochemical industry: Case study. Scientific Journal, Tikrit Univ. Eng. Sci., 7, 4, 166. Click to download abstract

17. AL-Baage, A.K. & Kamal, I. (2001). Synthesis and characterization of some new hetrocyclic tellurium compoundsbased on 2-imino-3-tellurapiperidine. National J. of Chemistry 572-579. Click to download abstract

18. Kamal, I., Essa, M.J.K. & Niema, S.A. (1998). Phenol-formaldehayde modified cement concrete. Iraqi J. Polymer. 2, 13-22. AbstractClick to download abstract

19. Kamal, I., Falih, F.M., Hussain, H.K. (1999). Thermal conductivity characteristics of modified concrete based onpolyurethane foams. Iraqi J. Polymers, 3, 1, 73-84. Click to download abstract

20. Kamal, I., Abidullah Al-Musawi, M.J. (1999). Deterioration of concrete columns used for high and low voltagetransmission lines: Causes and methods for solving the problem. 4th Conference On Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention in Industry. Baghdad, Iraq. Click to download abstract

21. Kamal, I., Falih, F.M., Ahmed, A. (2002). Thermal properties of (Epoxy-Novolac) polymer modified concrete. Basrah Journal for Engineering Sciences, 46. Click to download abstract

22. Kamal, I., Adam, G.A., Al-Mowali, A.H. & Matooq, A.S. (1993). Setting study of some new acrylated sulphonicresins. Basrah J. Science, C, 11, 1, 57-59. Click to download abstract

23. Kamal, I., Al-Imaral, F.J.M., Ali, K.K. (2000). Effect of natural gasoline addition upon the characterization ofIraqi crude oil. Symposium “Engineering Developments and Alternatives in Petroleum industries”. University of Basrah, Faculty of Engineering 25-April. Click to download abstract

24. Kamal, I. (2002). Conservation ofenergy in buildings using polymer concrete composites. Proceeding of the 2nd Scientific Conference of Al-Nahrain University, 30-31 October. Click to download abstract

25. Kmala, I. & Abdulrazaq, A. (2000). Effect of scale formation on the direct chlorinsition processparameters in ethylene dichloride (EDC) production. Basrah J. Science, C., 18, 2, 95-104. Click to download abstract

26. Kamal, I. & Niema, S.A. (1998).Chemical resistance & electrical properties of polyacrylate ester of 2, 2[BIS(3,5-Dimethylol4-4Hydroxyphenyl)]. J. Basrah Research, 15, 61-70. Click to download abstract

27. Kamal, I. (2000). Chemical resistanceof repair mortars admixed with joint interpenetrating polymer networks (IPNs). Scientific Journal, Tikrit University of Engineering and Science. 7, 4, 84. AbstractClick to download abstract

28. Al-Hashimi, E.K.E., Al-Mowali, A.H., Adam, G.A. & Kamal, I. (1999). Synthesis and Mesogenic Properties of thePolymetric [5,5,-Diquinolylmethane] dicarboxylate alkanes. Iraqi J. Polymers, 3, 1, 41-50. Click to download abstract

29. Kamal, I., Adam, G.A., Al-Mowali, A.H. (1996). Synthesis and mesogenic properties of poly [5,5,-Diquinolylmethanesebacatel]. Basrah J. Science, 14, 1, 17-21. Click to download abstract

30. Al-Hajjaj, A.A. & Kamal, I.M. (2000). Correlations of some tensile properties for various grades of highdensity polyethylene produced by the state company for petrochemicalindustries. Iraqi J. Polymers, 4, 1, 69-78. Click to download abstract

Pavel Spirov

1.    S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, I. Jimoh, G. Vakili-Nezhaad, The bitumen upgrading of Nigerian oil sand by supercriticalcarbon dioxide modified with alcohols, Energy & Fuels, 28 (7) (2014) 4714-4724. 

2.    S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, S. Hussain, Effect ofco-solvents on SC-CO2 extraction of crude oil by consistency test, The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, 91 (2014) 15-23. 

3.    S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, Upgrading and extraction of bitumen from Nigerian tar sand bysupercritical carbon dioxide, Applied Energy, 113 (2014) 1397-1404.Key scientific paper in: Renewable Energy global innovations. https://reginnovations.org/key-scientific-articles/upgrading-extraction-bitumen-nigerian-tar-sand-supercritical-carbon-dioxide.

4.    Pavel Spirov, Svetlana Rudyk, Testing of SnorreField FAWAG in New Foam Screening Model,  Oil & Gas Science and Technology-Revue d'IFP Energies nouvelles., (2014). 

5.    P. Spirov, Y. Ivanova, S. Rudyk, Modelling ofmicrobial enhanced oil recovery application using anaerobic gas-producingbacteria, Petroleum Science, 11 (2014) 272-278. 

6.    P. Spirov, S. Rudyk, Effect of RegenOx Oxidant As aModifier on Crude Oil Extraction by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Energy & Fuels, 27 (2013) 1492-1498. 

7.    S. Rudyk, S. Hussain, P. Spirov, Supercriticalextraction of crude oil by methanol- and ethanol-modified carbon dioxide, J. of Supercritical Fluids, 78 (2013) 63-69. 

8.    S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, E. Sogaard, Application of GC–MS chromatography for the analysis of the oil fractionsextracted by supercritical CO2 at high pressure, Fuel, 106 (2013) 139-146.    

9.    S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, Three-Dimensional Scheme of Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of HeavyHydrocarbon Mixture in (Pressure; Temperature; Recovery) Coordinates, Energy & Fuels, 27 (2013) 5996-6001. 

10. P. Spirov, S. Rudyk, A. Tyrovolas, I. Jimoh, The Bitumen Extraction from Nigerian Tar Sand Using Dense Carbon Dioxide, Chemical Engineering Transactions, 32 (2013) 283-288.

11. J. Sanchez, S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, Removal of Grease from Wind Turbine Bearings by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Chemical Engineering Transactions, 32 (2013) 1909-1914.

12. Spirov, P., Rudyk, S. and Khan, A. (2012) 'FoamAssisted WAG, Snorre Revisit with New Foam Screening Model', in SPE/North Africa Technical Conference and Exhibition, Cairo, Egypt, 20-22 February 2012, Society of Petroleum Engineers. 

13. S. Rudyk, P. Spirov, E. Sogaard, 3D Model of Extraction of Oil from North Sea Fields by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide, Chemical Engineering Transactions, 24 (2011) 703-708.