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mmm@wpi.edu

Makhlouf M. Makhlouf

Research Interests

  • Solidification of metals
  • Application of heat mass and momentum transfer to modeling and solving engineering materials problems
  • Processing of ceramic materials

Education

  • BS, American University Cairo, 1978
  • MS, New Mexico State University, 1980
  • PhD, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1990

Featured Publications

  • "Effect of Key Alloying Elements on the Feeding Characteristics of Aluminum-Silicon Casting Alloys", by M. Dash and M. Makhlouf, (submitted to J. Light Metals).
  • "Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation of the Rotating Impeller Particle Flotation Process - Part II: Particle Agglomeration and Flotation", by M. Maniruzzaman and M. Makhlouf, Metall. Trans. B, (in press).
  • "Characterization of the Operative Mechanism in Potassium Fluoborate Activated Pack Boriding of Steels", by T.W. Spence and M.M. Makhlouf (Submitted to Metall. Trans.).
  • "The Aluminum-Silicon Eutectic Reaction: Mechanisms and Crystallography", by H.V. Guthy and M.M. Makhlouf, J. Light Metals, (in press).
  • "Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation of the Rotating Impeller Particle Flotation Process - Part I: Fluid Flow", by M. Maniruzzaman aM. Makhlouf, Metall. Trans. B, (in press).

Professional Highlights

  • Presidential Scholarship for Academic Excellence, 1973-1978
  • Allied Chemicals Honorary Scholarship for academic Excellence, 1975-1978
  • Herbert Uhlig Award, National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE), 1987
 
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