|Seminar Code||Timestamp||Email address||Full Name||Academic Title||Your Department||Title of Seminar||Abstract of Seminar||Seminar Keywords||Date||Prefered Time||Target Group||Location||status||Date||Time||location||Link to feedback||notes||Google Slides (size 16:10)|
|FENG.SE195140||19/10/2019 10:09:email@example.com||Ahmad Taifor Azeez||Assistant Lecturer||Manufacturing Engineering||Wood Plastic Composites||Wood Plastic Composites (WPCs) are environmentally friend materials with a wide range of applications in the field of constructions, comprising high mechanical and physical properties with low cost raw materials as plastic wastes and different carpentry process wood reminder. The effects of wood, plastic waste and additives on various properties of the material such as mechanical (modulus of elasticity and modulus of rupture), physical (moisture absorption) will be presented in order to provide the audience a brief information about wood plastic composites.||Wood, Plastic wastes, and recycling of plastics||29/10/2019||12:30:00||Faculty||Nashmil hall||Approved||29-10-2019||12:30||Nashmeel Hall||FENG.SE195140||submitted|
|FENG.SE195141||17/11/2019 14:27:firstname.lastname@example.org||Fakhri Hamdullah Ibraheem||Lecturer||Chemical Engineering||Electric Vehicles||The seminar introduces a description about the Electric Vehicles (EV) including definition, classification of EV and Hybrid system, operation technology, EV components, car maintenance, market demand, and research topics. .||Electric Vehicles, EV, Hybrid Car, Efficient Transportation, Saving Energy,||26/11/2019||12:30:00||Faculty||Nashmil hall||Approved||25-11-2019||12:30||Nashmeel Hall||FENG.SE195141||submitted|
|FENG.SE195142||26/01/2020 10:08:email@example.com||د.نعمت الله عزيزي||Lecturer||DQA||چۆنیهتی ئهنجامدانی توێژینهوهی زانستی و نووسینی پرۆپۆزهڵی خوێندنی باڵا||چۆنیهتی ئهنجامدانی توێژینهوهی زانستی و نووسینی پرۆپۆزهڵی خوێندنی باڵا||چۆنیهتی ئهنجامدانی توێژینهوهی زانستی و نووسینی پرۆپۆزهڵی خوێندنی باڵا||28/01/2020||11:00:00||ئاستی زانکۆ||هۆڵی سەرۆکایەتی زانکۆ||Approved||28/01/2020||11:00:00||هۆڵی سەرۆکایەتی زانکۆ||FENG.SE195142|
|FENG.SE195143||18/02/2020 19:33:firstname.lastname@example.org||Ribwar Kermanj Abdulrahman||Lecturer||QA FENG||Some Elements in Scientific Research; Indexing and publishing in Well-Indexed Journal, Diagnosis Lacking of Chemical Safety and Security Practices in Laboratories, Technological Incubator Role in Entrepreneurship and small enterprises establishment||Iraqi General Organization for Research and Industrial Development||Industry, Developments, Chemical Engineering||24/02/2020||12:30:00||Faculty||Nashmil hall||Approved||24-2-2020||12:30||Nashmeel Hall||FENG.SE195143|
|FENG.SE195144||25/02/2020 12:47:email@example.com||mohammed owaid heedan||Lecturer||Civil Engineering||Water Resources Management in Koya Basin||Some of the cities in Kurdistan Region of Iraq depend completely on the groundwater, as a main source of water in their water supply systems, One of these cities is Koya, located in Erbil Governorate, north of Iraq. In this study, the hydraulic characteristics of Haibat Sultan aquifer is carefully investigated by evaluating the performance of water wells within Mountain to the east of the city.|
A deep water wells were drilled within Pila Spi Formation, the lithology consists of fissured marly limestone, thickness of the aquifer ranges between (149 – 188) m, this type of formation is considered as a good aquifer for the groundwater accumulation. five deep wells were selected. The single well test method was used for analyzing the well characteristics; since observation wells are not available in the studied area. Pumping test data are analyzed to obtain the hydraulic properties of the aquifer, such as transmissivity, coefficient of permeability, specific capacity and specific yield.
|Jacob Method , koya basin, NRCS Method, GIS||03/03/2020||00:30:00||Faculty||Nashmeel Seminar Hall|
|FENG.SE195145||01/03/2020 22:16:firstname.lastname@example.org||Hardi Saadullah Fathullah||Assistant Lecturer||Civil Engineering||The Influence of Curing Methods on Marshall Stability and Flow.|
Using Pavement Condition Index to Evaluate the Condition of Flexible and Rigid Pavements.
|The Marshall Mix design is one of the most widely used methods for designing and|
evaluating hot asphalt mixes globally, and the main Marshall Test focuses are stability and flow. Two standard curing methods are normally followed to elevate the temperature of testing samples; these involve immersing the samples in 60°C water or placing the samples in an oven at 60°C. These standard curing methods may not simulate the actual state of heating of asphalt pavement in the field, however. In this research, a new curing method that includes insulating the samples before immersion in hot water is thus introduced and compared with the two standard curing methods.
Pavement deterioration is a continuous problem that reduces the service lifetime of the roads if they're not treated before they get worsen. Generally, quality of the materials and construction isn’t the sole reason, if so, still they'll be controlled by periodic inspection and maintenance. Pavement condition index is one amongst the effective parameters that is important to be observed for each road and suggested to be updated each year. The objective of this study is to calculate PCI for two roads in Sulaimani city, including both flexible and rigid pavement. The procedure of ASTM D6433 was followed for visual observation of the defects and total station instrument was used for locating the real coordinate of the defects on the roads for any actions to be taken.
|Asphalt concrete, Curing methods, Insulated samples, Marshall test,Pavement Condition Index, Pavement Defects, Evaluation of Pavement Condition||24/03/2020||12:00:00||Faculty||Nashmeel Seminar Hall|
|FENG.SE195146||26/04/2020 00:30:email@example.com||Mohammed Owaid Heedan||Lecturer||Civil Engineering||Water Resources Management in Koya Basin||ESTIMATION THE VOLUME OF RUNOFF IN KOYA BASIN USING NRCS METHOD|
The measurement of rainfall excess or runoff has an essential role for any assessment, development, utilization, and management of water resources and urban development of any region. Koya city located in Koya basin in Kurdistan region North of Iraq, the city has undergone rapid development and increase in population in the last few years.For this purpose , the runoff in Koya basin has to be determined, where there is no previous study of runoff in this basin.The results of this study will provide data base for the purposes of planning, design, and management for many hydraulic and hydrologic projects in Koya Department of Water Resources and Koya Department of Mayoralty.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF WATER WELLS IN HAIBAT SULTAN MOUNTAIN, KURDISTAN, IRAQ
Some of the cities in Kurdistan Region of Iraq depend completely on the groundwater, as a main source of water in their water supply systems, where the cities are too far from surface water resources. In this study, the groundwater is carefully investigated by evaluating the performance of water wells, which are located within Haibat Sultan Mountain; to the east of the city. In this study the hydraulic characteristics of the aquifer is to be evaluated and a five deep wells were selected. The single well test method was used for analyzing the well characteristics. Pumping test data are analyzed to obtain the hydraulic properties of the aquifer, such as transmissivity, coefficient of permeability, specific capacity and specific yield.
|Excess rain, Volume of runoff water, Koya basin, water wells, Single well test||03/05/2020||11:00:00||Faculty||Online||Approved||3-5-2020||11:00||Onlien (Google Meet)||FENG.SE195146||submitted|
|FENG.SE195147||02/05/2020 00:52:firstname.lastname@example.org||Hardi Saadullah Fathullah||Assistant Lecturer||Civil Engineering||THE INFLUENCE OF CURING METHODS ON THE MARSHALL STABILITY AND FLOW||The Marshall Mix design is one of the most widely used methods for designing and|
evaluating hot asphalt mixes globally, and the main Marshall Test focuses are stability and flow.Two standard curing methods are normally followed to elevate the temperature of testing samples;these involve immersing the samples in 60°C water or placing the samples in an oven at 60°C. These standard curing methods may not simulate the actual state of heating of asphalt pavement in the field,however. In this research, a new curing method that includes insulating the samples before immersion in hot water is thus introduced and compared with the two standard curing methods.During immersion, the water temperature is increased to 60°C and the core temperature of the insulated samples determined. Three sets of Marshall Samples were prepared and cured using the outlined methods; each set consisted of 18 specimens of 101 mm diameter and 63.5 mm height. All specimens were tested using the Marshall Test for stability, flow, and Marshall Stiffness. The set mean results showed that the oven cured samples demonstrated the highest stability values, followed by the standard water cured samples, while the insulated samples exhibited the lowest stability values. The oven cured samples also exhibited higher Marshall Stiffness Index (MSI) values than the other curing methods. However, one-way ANOVA (single factor) testing demonstrated that these differences were not statistically significant.
|Asphalt concrete, Curing methods, Insulated samples, Marshall test, and Marshall stiffness||07/05/2020||11:00:00||Faculty||Online||Approved||7-5-2020||11:00||Online||FENG.SE195147||submitted|
|FENG.SE195148||07/05/2020 21:15:email@example.com||Barham Sabir Mahmood||Assistant Lecturer||Petroleum Engineering||Reservoir Simulation: History Matching and Forecasting||To properly characterizing and modelling a hydrocarbon bearing reservoir is not an easy|
task because the reservoir properties vary spatially due to reservoir heterogeneities which
occur at all scales, from pore scale to major reservoir units. The level of reservoir
complexities under study determines the quantity and quality of data requirements for 3D
reservoir modelling activity. An adequate understanding of the limitations imposed by the
data, associated uncertainty, or the underlying geostatistical algorithms or approaches and
their input requirements for the 3D reservoir models are absolutely necessary to obtain
reasonable production forecasts.
|Reservoir Model, History Matching, Uncertainty||16/05/2020||11:00:00||Faculty||Online||Approved||16-5-2020||11:00||online||FENG.SE195148||submitted|