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  • Fraj Alshmri, Ph.D.

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    Assistance professor

  • College :

    College of Engineering

  • Department :

    Mechanical Engineering

Dr Fraj D Alshmri is an Assistance Professor of Mechanical Engineering in the college of Engineering. He has obtained his Ph.D. degree in mechanics of materials from the University of Leicester. United Kingdom.2010. He has his MSc in materials and manufacturing engineering from the American University in Cairo (1998) and his BSc in mechanical engineering (1989).
He has more than ten years of teaching experience. Also, he has supervised many senior graduation projects. He has more than twenty five years of experience in the field of automotive engineering.
He has published many researches in various scientific magazines beside specialized conferences in the field of materials and manufacturing processes. He is serving as international scientific committee in many international journals.
He is involved in European research groups (RSP Netherlands and Bodycote UK).

  • Deformation and Fracture Behavior of Al - Zn Coated Steel Sheets Mazen A • El -Mahallawy N • Alshmri F • Current Adances in Mechanical       Design and Production VII, Cairo ISBN 0080437117; Pergamon 01/2000.
  • Rapid Solidification Processing: Melt Spinning of Al-High Si Alloys. Advanced Materials Research Vols. 383-390 (2012) pp 1740-1746
  • Microstructural Characterization of Rapidly Solidified Al-High Si Alloys. Advanced Materials Research Vols. 328-330 (2011) pp 1545-1551.
  • Dry Sliding Wear of Aluminium-High Silicon Hypereutectic Alloys.
  • Hardness of Rapidly Solidified Al-High Si Alloys. Advanced Materials Research Vols. 476-478 (2012) pp 2476-2480.
  • Characterization of Hypereutectic Degassed Al-High Si Alloys
  • Lightweight Material: Aluminium High Silicon Alloys in The Automotive Industry. Advanced Materials Research Vols. 774-776 (2013) pp 1271-1276
  • Degassing of high Al-Si alloys

Dr F Ashmri research interests include new materials, materials performance under certain mechanical conditions and materials microstructural changes due to high temperature i.e. Rapid Solidifications

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