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    • 3D printed nanocomposite parts for improved dental recovery of decayed teeth 

      Miller, Lateefah; Rahman, Muhammad Mustafizur; Asmatulu, Ramazan (Association for Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (AIEMS), 2021-12)
      Bone regeneration and tooth recovery processes have been gaining much popularity and becoming a feasible process worldwide. This process is also called bone scaffolding and grafting where grafted bones are surgically placed ...
    • Analysis of laser cutting of 1.2 MM thick austenitic stainless steel 

      Atayo, Asonganyi; Al Bashir, Mahmood; Rahman, Muhammad Mustafizur; Nair, Rajeev (American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 2021-02-16)
      Stainless steel 304 is one of the most commonly used steel types for corrosion resistance applications, but higher melting point is a limitation in industries from a manufacturing point of view. The non-conventional and ...
    • Applying lean in aerospace manufacturing for waste reduction 

      Habib, Md Ahsan; Asmatulu, Eylem; Rahman, Muhammad Mustafizur (Industry, Engineering & Conference Management Systems Conference, 2021-03)
      Lean manufacturing shows significant promise for addressing various simultaneous, competitive demands, including high process and merchandise quality, low cost, and reductions in lead times. These requirements have been ...
    • Energy storage using phase change materials - challenges and opportunities for power savings in residential buildings 

      Rahman, Muhammad Mustafizur; Habib, Md. Ahsan (American Institute of Physics, 2022-11-17)
      The energy consumption in residential buildings is mainly combined with the interior environment's heating and cooling energy demand. One solution is to reduce these energy consumptions by implementing a phase change ...
    • Reverse engineering of aerospace components utilizing additive manufacturing technology 

      Subeshan, Balakrishnan; Abdulaziz, Abdulaziz; Khan, Zeeshan; Uddin, M. Nizam; Rahman, Muhammad Mustafizur; Asmatulu, Eylem (Springer, 2022-01-01)
      Using conventional manufacturing methods for product development typically involves a relatively long lead time and cost, especially for obsolete, worn-out, or broken parts. Reverse engineering is a preferred solution for ...