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Discussion of a graduation project entitled "BUILDING AND DEVELOPMENT OF A PROTOTYPE CENTRIFUGE AND MINI-REFRIGERATOR FOR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT"

 

Student's name:
1- Ali Abbas Abo Alhail
2- Mustafa Laibi Madah
3- Sajjad Hassan Hawi

supervisors:

Asst. Prof. Dr. Awfa Abdul Rassoul Abdullah
Asst. Lec. Dalia Muhammad Ali

Discussion Committee

ِِAsst.Dr. Alaa Mohamed Dawood
Asst.Lec. Husam Yahya
Asst.Lec. Atheer Jumhur


Centrifugation is a very old technology, and with the advances in the medical field and laboratories, it has faced many challenges. In this project, we have developed effective tools for the centrifugal process. Where we started by designing a centrifuge prototype
body, rotor, motor base, and brake components using the program (AutoCAD) and printed using Anycubic i3 Mega 3D printer. there are safety components including a micro switch or a lid sensor to automatically turn off the motor when the lid is open and a brake unit to stop the motor simultaneously when the user opens the lid.
as well as This mini fridge can store the samples at appropriate temperatures to transfer them to the specialized medical care center to perform the necessary medical tests on them. A temperature range between (5–10 °C) was obtained.

 

Discussion of a graduation project entitled "Preparation of the arc furnace for powder products"

 

Student names:

Hassan Riad Majid
malak Hatem Owaid
Nour Al-Huda Riyad Nasser
Zine El Abidine Khaled Ajeel

project supervisor :

Prof. Dr. Marwan Nafeh Ali

Names of the honorable debaters:

Ph.Dr. Ziad Qassem Habib
Asst.lect. Hossam Yehia
Asst.lect. Hoda Taleb

Electric arc furnaces (EAFs) are extensively employed in steel production and nonferrous metal smelting. Typical electric arc furnaces have a power range of 10MW to 100MW. Laboratory electric arc furnace is a minimized AC electric arc furnace which consumes around 5KW of power. The aim of remodeling a minimized EAF is to refine some types of metals to have much better electrical and thermal conductivity, the way of getting these characteristics in laboratory with a cost-effective method is by melting the material using the minimized EAF, then rapidly cooling the molten metal with crushed ice put around the crucible. Using this type of EAF in combination with this cooling method will give smallest grain size possible after the material reforms in a mold (amorphous crystal shape), which is the best in terms thermal and electrical conductivity. Stainless steel is an example for the materials that could be refined in that way, which can be used in variety of applications in the biomedical field and prosthetics inside the human body.

A group of fifth-grade students discussed a research entitled

"Detection of corona virus using computerized tomography images"

Students names
Youssef Abdul Razzaq Ajeel
Ibrahim Aladdin Mahdi
Maryam Hussein Khalil

 

The names of the discussion commite
Ph.D. Uday Fahd's piety

Asst.Lect. Dalia Mohamed Ali

 

The project based on CT scan chest images which entered into a system (set of codes algorithms) and used matlab to diagnosis COVID19, the program is started by image reading processing and finally covid detection by serial steps. System implements will use colors to label the infected parts of the lung and then shows the results as normal or Covid-infected patient.

Mechanical properties of a denture base polymer reinforced with natural and man-made fibers

Students' names

Ahmed Owaid Thajil
Basmala Hussain Majid
Bara Jassim Hadi
Raneen Fathallah Ghazi

Discussion Committee
Ph.D. Marwan Nafie Ali
Asst.Lect. Dalia Muhammad Ali

Where the research included addressing the problems of fracture of artificial teeth, where the fracture of dentures made of acrylic resin is still an unresolved problem. There is no ideal base material for dentures, but the properties of PMMA can be improved with some reinforcement. Therefore, the aim of this study is to improve the mechanical properties of the denture base material, and this was done by using synthetic glass fibers and natural toothpicks.

  

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