MATERIALS AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING

100 Level

1st Semester
Course Code Unit
BIOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE I BIO 101/103
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I CHM 101
ENGINEERING DRAWING ENG 103
INTRODUCTION TO FRENCH FRN 101
INTRODUCTION TO IGBO GRAMMAR IGB 101
ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS I MTH 101
GENERAL PHYSICS I PHY 101
2nd Semester
Course Code Unit
BIOLOGY FOR AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE II BIO 102/104
GENERAL CHEMISTRY II CHM 102
WORKSHOP PRACTICE II ENG 102
ENGINEERING DRAWING II ENG 104
FRENCH LANGUAGE II FRN 102
SOCIAL SCIENCE I GST 108
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY IN SOCIETY GST 110
IGBO LANGUAGE II IGB 102
ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II MTH 102
GENERAL PHYSICS II PHY 102

200 Level

1st Semester
Course Code Unit
COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I CSC 201
WORKSHOP PRACTICE III ENG 201
ENGINEERING DRAWING III ENG 203
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS I ENG 207
ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS ENG 209
ENGINEERING MECHANICS ENG 213
ENGINEERS IN SOCIETY ENG 217
ELEMENTARY DIFFRENTIAL EQUATIONS I MTH 203
STATISTICS MTH 211
2nd Semester
Course Code Unit
WORKSHOP PRACTICE IV ENG 206
INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MATERIALS II ENG 208
ENGINEERING ECONOMY ENG 212
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERING APPLICATION ENG 214
ENGINEERING MECHANICS II ENG 224
BIO MATERIALS-2 ENG 226
PHYSICAL METALLURGY I MME 206
MATHEMATICAL METHODS II MTH 202
SECOND YEAR LONG VACATION SIWES SIW 200

300 Level

1st Semester
Course Code Unit
PRINCIPLES AND THEORY OF MANAGMENT
INDUSTRIAL STUDIES I ENG 301
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS I ENG 305
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS I ENG 307
FLUID MECHANICS ENG 309
MACHINE DESIGN II ENG 311
ENGINEERING WRITING AND PRESENTATION ENG 317
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS MME 313
2nd Semester
Course Code Unit
HEAT AND MASS TRANSFER ENG 304
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS II ENG 308
INDUSTRIAL STUDIES II ENG 314
MATERIALS PROCESSING MME 302
LONG VACATION SIWES SIWES

400 Level

1st Semester
2nd Semester

500 Level

1st Semester
2nd Semester

Prof. Anyakwo Charles Nwachukwu

Professor

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Biography

Charles Nwachukwu Anyakwo is a Professor of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering. He has several publications and has presented many papers at National and International Conferences. He has also been an invited Guest Speaker for several organizations in Nigeria.

He served as the Head of Department, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, FUTO for seven years, Deputy Director for Centre of Industrial Studies for three years and Associate Dean of the School of Engineering and Engineering, Technology from 2010 to 2014.

Presently, he is serving as an External Examiner for undergraduate and post graduate degree programmes for some Universities in Nigeria.

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • M.Sc. (Distinction) 1981, in Metallurgical Engineering, Donetsk State Technical University, Donetsk, Ukraine
  • Ph.D. (1987), Strathclyde, Glasgow, U.K. (Common Wealth Scholar)

Honours

  • Bureau for External Aid for Education Scholarship for MSc degree programme (1975-1981)
  • National Certificate of Honour for Installation and Exploitation of Nigeria’s First Steelmaling facilities at Delta Steel Company Limited, Aladja, Warri, Nigeria. (1982)
  • Commonwealth Scholarship for Ph.D. Research, 1983 –1986

Publications

  • C.N. Anyakwo: S, Simukanga and R.I Pomfet, “Reaction Model for Reduction of Cr2 03 from slag “3rd International Conference Proceedings on Molten Slags Institute of Metals, London, (1989) pp: 305-306.
  • C.N. Anyakwo , “Teaching Metallurgical Plant Design in Federal University of Technology Owerri”. Proceedings of the Second International Working Conference on Education, Professional standards and Quality, Sheffield, England, 24-27 March, 1997 pp.10-16.
  • C.N. Anyakwo, “Miniaturized Plants and Machineries Academies of Engineering, MPMEA” Proceedings of the Global Congress on Engineering Education, Cracow, Poland, 6-11 September 1998.
  • C.N. Anyakwo, O. W. Obot, Phosphorus Removal Capability of Aspergillus Terreus and Bacillus Subtilis from Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterisation and Engineering vol. 9, No. 12, pp 1131-1138, 2010. (USA)
  • C.N. Anyakwo, O. W. Obot, Laboratory Studies on Phosphorus Removal from Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore by Bacillus subtilis, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering Vol. 10, No.9, pp.817-825, 2011 (USA)
  • C.N. Anyakwo, O. W. Obot, Phosphorus Degradation Capability of Aspergillus terreus on Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, Vol. 10, No.12, pp.1189-1196, 2011 (USA)
  • C.N. Anyakwo, O. W. Obot, Phosphorus Removal Capability of Aspergillus terreus and Bacillus subtilis on Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, VOL 10, No. 3, pp. 267-278, 2011. (USA)
  • C.N. Anyakwo and O.W. Obot, Effect of Degradation of Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore by Aspergillus parasiticus Global Journal of Engineering & Technology vol. 4, no. 3 (2011) pp 411-416
  • O.W. Obot, C. N. Anyakwo, Degradation of Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore by Penicillium citrinum International Journal of Engineering. Vol. 5, No. 2, 103 – 110, 2011
  • O.W. Obot and C. N. Anyakwo Removal of Phosphorus from Nigeria’s Agbaja iron ore through the degradation ability of micrococcus species International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Vol. 4(4), PP. 114-119, April 2012.
  • O.W. Obot and C. N. Anyakwo, Phosphorus Removal from Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore by Solubilization with Eurotium herbariorum, Journal of Microbiology and Antimicrobials, vol. 4(7), pp. 115-122, December, 2012
  • O.W. Obot, C. N. Anyakwo, Comparative Phosphorus Removal Capabilities of Eurotium herbarorium and Clostridium Species on Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, Vol. 11, No.8, pp.848-852, August 2012 (USA)
  • C.I. Nwoye, C. N. Anyakwo, E. Obidiegwu and N. E. Nwankwo, Models for Assessment and Computational Analysis of Hardness of the Heat Affected Zone in Water Cooled Aluminium Weldment, Journal of Minerals & Materials Characterization & Engineering, Vol. 10, No.8, pp.707-715, 2011 (USA)
  • C.N. Anyakwo, The Desulphurization of Enugu and Okaba Coals using KOH, NaOH and Thiobacillus Ferroxidans, Journal of Materials & Metallurgical Engineering, Vol. 5, PP 15-19, 2005
  • C.N. Anyakwo, “A Combination of Component Edge-Numbering and Plane-Legending and Staged Drawing Techniques for respectively executing Orthographic Projections and Pictorial Drawings”, Journal of Technical and Vocational Education Studies, Vol. 6, N. 6, 2008, pp 45-54
  • O.W. Obot, C. N. Anyakwo, Improving the Quality of Nigeria’s Agbaja Iron Ore through Biosorption of Phosphorus using Aspergillus niger, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, vol. 2 issue 7, July – 2013.
  • C.N. Anyakwo, Agha Inya Ndukwe, (2016); “Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel in Sulphuric Acid by Leaf Juice of Tridax Procumbent Plant, Engineering Conference and Exhibition, Akanu Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Unwana, pp 501-508, 2016.

  • Agha Inya Ndukwe and Anyakwo C. N. (2017)  Modelling of              Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel in Sulphuric Acid by thoroughly         Crushed Leaves of Voacanga Africana (Apocynaceae),  American Journal of       Engineering Research (AJER), Volume-6, Issue-1, pp344-3556, 2017.

  • Agha Inya Ndukwe and Anyakwo C. N. (2017)  Modelling of Corrosion             Inhibition of Mild Steel in Hydochloric Acid by Crushed Leaves of
                 Sida Acuta (Malvaceae), International Journal of Science and Engineering Investigations (IJES), vol 6, issue 1, pp 22-33, Jan 2017.

  • Agha Inya Ndukwe and Anyakwo C. N. (2017)  Predictive Model of Corrosion Inhibition of  Mild Steel in HCl  by Crushed Leaves of
        Clerodendrum Splendens , International Journal of   Engineering Research &     Technology (IRJET), vol. 4 Issue 02, pp 679-688, Feb.2017.
    Agha Inya Ndukwe and Anyakwo C. N. Corrosion Inhibition Model for Mild Steel in Sulphuric Acid by Crushed Leaves of Clerodendrum Splendens (Verbenaceae), International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Science (IJSEAS), Volume 3, Issue-3, pp39-49, March 2017.
     
  • C. Onuoha, O.O. Onyemaobi, C.N.Anyakwo, G.C. Onuegbu;(2017), Effect of Filler Content and Particle Size on the Mechanical Properties of Corn Cob Powder Filled Recycled Polypropylene Composites, International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Sciences (IJSEAS), Volume-3, Issue-4, April 2017
     
  • C. Onuoha, O.O. Onyemaobi, C.N.Anyakwo, G.C. Onuegbu;(2017), Effect of Filler Loading and Particle Size on the Mechanical Properties of Periwinkle Shell-Filled Recycled Polypropylene CompositesAmerican Journal of Engineering Research, Volume-6, Issue-4, pp 72-79, 2017

Working Experience

  • Consultant; JIMVRI and LASER Companies
  • Monitored Internal Corrosion of Pipes for AGIP oil Nig. Ltd. (Under NEC and TENTA Companies)
  • Corrosion Inspection Department of Shell Petroleum Development Corporation (2006-2007)

Prof. Okorafor Ekpe O

Professor

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.Sc. (Hons.) Second Class Upper, 1974, Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Nigeria.
  • M.S., 1978, Metallurgical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
  • Ph.D, 1981, Metallurgical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Honours

  • Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, Owerri Parish Award of Role Model Par Excellence, 2010
  • Aro/Ibo County Council Scholarship (1962-1965)
  • Class V 1st Position Prize (H.W.T.I) 1965
  • German Sur-Place Scholarship Award (1971-1974)
  • Federal Government of Nigeria Scholarship Award (1977-1981)

Publications

  • O.E. Okorafor, Foundry Technology, M.C. Computers Press, Nnewi, Nigeria, 2007.
  • O.E. Okorafor, Introduction to Engineering Materials. Their Nature and Applications, MC Computers, Nnewi, Nigeria, 2008.
  • G.A. Chukwudebe, I.E. Cika and O.E. Okorafor, “Increasing the Local Input Content of Computers Assembled in Nigeria”, Proc. NSE Annual Conf. and AGM, December 2004, pp. 76-81.
  • O.E. Okorafor, Effect of Modification and Holding Time on the Structures and Properties of Evaporative Pattern Cast Al-6.5 Si – 3.5 Cu Alloy, “Journal Metallurgy and Mat. Engrg., Vol. 1, No. 1, 2000, pp. 18-25.
  • O.E. Okorafor, “Effect of Heat Treatment on the Corrosion, Resistance of 6063 Aluminium Alloy,” Corrosion Prevention and Control, Vol. 38, No. 6, December, 1991, pp. 141-144.
  • O.E. Okorafor, “Moulding and Casting with Local Sands, Proceedings 1991 Annual Conf. Nig. Metallurgical Society, Aladja 1991, pp. 77-80.

Prof. Onyemaobi Okechukwu Onyebuchi

Professor

Contact Information

Biography

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • BSc, Mining Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno
  • MSc, Mineral Processing, Virginia State Poly. Inst. and State University, Blacksburg
  • PhD, Mineral Processing Engineering, University of Nottingham, Nottingham England

Honours

  • Federal Government Scholarship for PhD, 1981-1983
  • VPI and SU B’ Burg, Graduate Research Assistantship, Sep 1977-December 1978.
  • Deans List/Honor Roll, University of Nevada, USA, 2 Times Spring Semester 1976 and Fall Semester 1976.
  • Federal Government Scholarship in USA for B.Sc., 1974-1977
  • Government Secondary School Afikpo, Scholarship for Secondary Education, 1962-1967, 1970-1971

Membership of professional bodies

  • COREN Registered Engineer, 1988.
  • Fellow, Nigerian Society of Engineers, FNSE
  • Member, Nigeria Corrosion Association, MNCA
  • Member, Science Association of Nigeria (1989)
  • Member, Foundry Association of Nigeria, MFAN
  • Fellow, Materials Society of Nigeria, FMSN

Publications

  • Onyemaobi, O.O., The Effect of Hydrophobicity on Pelletization of Coal, Nig. J. Tech. Res. 1989, pp.115-120.
  • Onyemaobi, O.O., Pelletisation of various Coal Fines; Kinetics and Agglomerations Size Distribution (ADS). Ife Journal of Technology, 1990, Vol. 1. No.2, 41-48.
  • Onyemaobi, O.O., Floatabiligy of Ishiagu Galena as Raw Materials for smelters, Nigerian Journal of Applied Science, Vol. 8, 93-101(1990)
  • Onyemaobi, O.O., and Dowo, S.A., Characterization of Nigerian Coal for the Nigerian Metallurgical Industry, Journal for African Network of Scientific and Technological Institutions, Series A, October, 1992, Vol. 10, No.2, 10-13.
  • Onyemaobi, O.O., Sustainable Mineral Resources Development. Proceedings of the National Engineering Conference and Annual General Meeting, 5th -9th November, 2001
  • Onyemaobi, O.O. Assessment of some refractory properties of some Local Clays for Foundry Usage, IREJEST, Vol. 2, 2004 pp. 1050 -114.
  • Onyemaobi, O.O., Sourcing and Utilization of Nigeria’s Raw Materials of Industrial Development of Proceedings of MSN Conference EMDI, Akure, 17-19 Nov. 2004, pp 1-16
  • Nwoye C.I., Amara G.N. and Onyemaobi O.O., Model for Evaluating dissolved iron during leaching of iron oxide Ore in sulphuric acid solution International Journal of Nat & Applied Sc., 2008 4(2): 209-211.
  • Nwoye I.C.,Ejimofor, R. Okure, U., Odumodu, U.,Nwoye, C.C., and Onyemaobi, O.O., Studies on Inhibition of Microbial Induced Corrosion through Bioxide Injection and Determination of Conditions for Assurance of Pipeline Integrity, Report and Opinion,2009,1[5] pp 19-24
  • Nwoye,C. I., Nwakwuo, C. C., Obi,G. C.,Obasi, C.O and Onyemaobi,O.O. Model for Quantifying the Extent and Magnitude of Water Evaporated during Time Dependent Drying of Clay, New York Science Journal, 2009,2[3] ,55-58

Prof. Ovri James Ejenike Ogagorojo

Professor

Contact Information
james.ovri@futo.edu.ng

Biography

The fabrication ,characterization and fracture of behaviour of new engineering materials which are used for high integrity applications such as the gas turbine engine, the wing of an aero plane and other high strength and temperature applications(Emerging Technology) is the main focus of Prof. Ovri’s research interest. The basic interest in these materials stem from their lightweight, high temperature strength retention, hardness and inertness under severely corrosive/aggressive environments.However, these materials often present difficulties in their fabrication to high density whilst maintaining suffiently high purity. This difficulty is thought to be associated with the covalent bonding and the lack of diffusive processes to provide material transport for densification. Prof.Ovri is interested in the fabrication of these materials. Especially the liquid phase pressureless sintering and the bonding of the naturally occurring elements (Nano technology).The fracture behavior of these materials at room and elevated temperatures are also of prime interest to Prof.Ovri.

Prof. Ovri is current working on the biaxial strength testing of these materials with a view of establishing a biaxial strength testing method for brittle materials. The current world attention on climatic condition has caught Prof.Ovri’s attention, but here we are looking at the effect of corrosion on the environment. We are interested in pipeline integrity management, taking into account all the statutory requirements to ensure pipelines do not fail while in service thereby avoiding oil spills with its devastating effects on the environment- pollution of air ,surface and underground water, destruction of floral and fauna, fire outbreak, and fatality. Prof.Ovri has also worked on cathodic protection and microbial corrosion of mild, medium, high carbon steels and aluminum at room temperatures.

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Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.Sc. (Hons.),Applied Physics(Materials Option),University of Benin,Benin-City,Nigeria
  • M.Sc., 1982, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Brunel University, Uxbridge-London, UK.
  • Ph.D,1986,Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester, UK.

Honours

  • Bendel State Secondary School Scholarship Award, 1972-1974.
  • Bendel State Postgraduate Scholarship Award, 1980-1982.
  • Federal Government of Nigeria Scholarship Award, 1984-1986.

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member,Nigeria Society of Engineers (In View)
  • Member,Institute of Materials,Minerals and Mining,London
  • Member,Nigerian Corrosion Association
  • Chartered Engineer,C.Eng (R608902)

Publications

  • J.E.O. Ovri and M.Iroh,2013:Corrosion Effect of Gas Flaring on Roofing Sheet in Imo State,Nigeria,Inter. Journ.Eng. Sci., (IJES),Vol. 2 Issue 1,PP339-346.
  • A.C. Iyasara and J.E.O.Ovri,2013:Corrosion Inhibition of Stainless Steel(314L) Using Molasses, Inter. Journ.Eng. Sci., (IJES),Vol. 2 Issue 1,PP346-352.
  • J.E.O.Ovri, S.I.Okeahialam,O.O.Onyemaobi,2013: Microbial Corrosion ofMild and Medium Carbon Steels,Vol.8,Issue 3.
  • J.E.O. Ovri and M.Iroh, 2011: Design and Installation of a Cathodic Protection System Using a Magnesium Anode, Intern. Journ. of Acad. Res., Vol.3 No.1, Jan. 31st, 96-101.
  • C.I.Nwoye and J.E.O. Ovri, 2010: Model For Calculating the Concentration of Dissolved Iron Relative to the Weight-Input of Iron Oxide Ore And Final Solution pH During Nitric Acid Leaching,Journ.Eng.Sci.andTechn.,Vol.5,No.2, Jun.,151-164.
  • J.E.O.Ovri, A.I. Ogbonna and O.O.Akinyemi, 2010: Corrosion Protection And Control Of Reinforcing Steel Rods In Concrete,Glob. Journ.Of Eng. And Tech., Vol.3 No. 3,559-565.
  • J. E. O. Ovri. 2000. ‘A parametric study of the Biaxial Strength Test for Brittle Materials’ Materials Chemistry and Physics 66, 1- 5.
  • J. E. O. Ovri and T. J. Davies. 1987. ‘Effect of Surface Condition on the Flexural Strength of Sintered Silicon Nitride. J. Mater. Sci.: Letts. 847 – 850.
  • J. E. O. Ovri and T. J. Davies. 1987. ‘Diametral-Compression of Silicon Nitride’. J. Mater Sci. Eng. 96, 109 – 116.
  • J. E. O. Ovri and T. J. Davies. 1988. ‘Effect of Composition on the Fracture Strength of Hot-Pressed Silicon Nitride’. J. Mater, Sci. 23, 1817 – 1824.
  • J. E. O. Ovri and T. J. Davies. 1988. ‘Uniaxial and Biaxial Strengths of a Sintered Ferrite’ Published in Science of Ceramics 14, 599 – 60.
  • J. E. O. Ovri and T. J. Davies. 1988. ‘Effect of Composition on the Fracture Strength of Sintered Silicon Sitride” Published in Science of Ceramics 14, 607 – 613.
  • J. E. O. Ovri. & H. Ovri. 2008. “Effects of Microstructure on the Corrosion Behaviour of Medium Carbon steel”. GJPAS, Vol. 14, No. 2, 209 – 212.
  • J. E. O. Ovri. 1997. “Sintering and Mechanical Strength of a Nigerian Clay” JER 5(2), August, 53-61.

Working Experience

 

  • Senior Corrosion Engineer, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria limited, Warri, 1999-2000
  • HSE/ISO 14001 Trainer, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria limited, Warri, 2000-2002
  • Post Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology, 1986-1987
  • Senior Research Metallurgist, Delta Steel Company Limited, Warri, Nigeria, 1982-1987

Dr. Nwobodo Chijioke Samson

Senior Lecturer

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Biography

Dr C.S. Nwobodo specializes in Ceramic Science and Engineering. and Lectures in the Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri. He has been in the teaching profession since 1986 and is particularly interested in the recycling of material waste, ceramics: Characterization of some Nigerian clay. ? Besides academics, He likes Car mechanics – diagnosis and repairs.

Maintenance of basic household equipment.

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Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Dip &Li. Ceram. (Stoke-on-Trent 1979);      
  • PGD (Sheffield 1983);  M.Sc (Manchester 1985),
  • PhD (AAU  2011)

Honours

Recommendation on Excellent Performance by the MME Departmental Board (March, 2015)

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, American Ceramic Society
  • Member, Nigerian Metallurgical Society – Materials Division
  • Corporate Member, Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE)

Publications

  • T.J. Davies, H.G. Emblem, C.S. Nwobodo, A.A. Ogwu & V. Tsantzalou,     “Solid-solution  Formation in alumina-chrome refractories”. Polyhedron Vol. 8,     No. 13/14, pp 1765-1766, 1989.

  • T.J. Davies, H.G. Emblem, C.S. Nwobodo, A.A. Ogwu & V. Tsantzalou,     “Preparation and properties of some alumina-chrome refractories”. Journal of     Materials Science 26 (1991) pp 1061-1068.

  • C.S. Nwobodo, “Compaction behavior of plaster of paris dewatered – and air      dried Nigerian clay”. Indian Academy of Science – Bulletin of Material     Science, Vol. 21, No. 2, April 1998, pp 101 – 104.

     
  • C.S. Nwobodo, “A study of the formability of Nigerian clays”. Indian Journal     of Chemical Technology, Vol. 6, March 1999, pp79 – 84.

  • C.S. Nwobodo & T.J. Davies, “The effect of apparent porosity on the modulus     of rupture of alumina – chrome refractory matrix”. Proceedings of the second     Annual National Conference of Metallurgical & Materials Engineering     Students 16th – 17th March, 2000.

  • U. Mark, O. O. Onyemaobi, C. S. Nwobodo and R. Uche, “Evaluation of some           refractory characteristics of Ohia and Uzuakoli clays”. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 7(3): 2011, pp.238 – 248.

  • U.S. Ikele, O.O. Onyemaobi, C.S. Nwobodo and C. Njoku, “Effect of defflocculant (sodium carbonate, Na2CO3) on rheological properties of Nsuu (Nigerian clay”. International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology, Vol. 12 No. 1: 2015, pp. 37 – 42.

  •  J.U. Anaele, O.O. Onyemaobi, C.S. Nwobodo and C.C. Ugwuegbu, “Effect of electrode types on the solidification cracking susceptibility of austenitic stainless steel weld metal”. International Journal of Metals: 2015, pp. 1 – 7.

  • J.U. Anaele, O.O. Onyemaobi, C.S. Nwobodo and C.C. Ugwuegbu, “Effect of electrode types on the strain hardening exponent of Austenitic Stainless Steel Weld Metal” IREJEST Vol. 11, pp 29 – 39.

  • M.N. Akanbi, O. Ogbobe, C.S. Nwobodo and P.I. Anyanwu, “Effect of compaction pressures on apparent porosity and water absorption properties of clay/polymethylmethacrylate composite”. International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology, Vol. 12, No. 1: 2015, pp. 1 – 7.

  • Enyiegbulam M.E., Nwobodo C.S. & Iheaturu N.C., “Physio-chemical     properties of calcined spent oil base drilling mud (SOBM) solids”. Applied Signals Reports, Vol. 1, No. 2, March 2011, pp. 1 – 10.

  • H.G. Emblem,T.J. Davies, A. Harabi, A.A. Ogwu, C.S. Nwobodo, & V. Tsantzalou, “Solid-state chemistry of alumina-chrome refractories”. Journal of  Materials Science Letters 11 (1992) pp 820 - 821.

Research archive

  • Specially interested in Ceramic Technology

Working Experience

  • Introduction to Engineering materials
  • Workshop practice
  • Principless of Ceramic systems
  • Ceramic processing
  • Structure & properties of glass
  • Sintering
  • Metallurgical & Materials Laboratory
  • Engineering management & law
  • Materials processing
  • Fuels & Furnace Technology
  • Principles & processing of Ceramics
  • Industrial Ceramics
  • Rheology
  • Powder Metallurgy

Engr. Agu Chukwudi Paulinus

Lecturer I

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Biography

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Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Master of Engineering (2010):Metallurgical/Corrosion Engineering.

  • Bachelor of Engineering (1997)

Membership of professional bodies

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION (2006): Registered Professional Engineer with Council For The Regulation Of Engineering In Nigeria (COREN).


SPECIALIZED CERTIFICATIONS AND TRANINGS
•    Basic HSE – Nigerian Institute of Safety Professionals (NISP) - Dec. 2007
•    HSE Supervision - Nigerian Institute of Safety Professionals (NISP) - Dec. 2007

Publications

  • C. I. Nwoye, B.C Chukwudi, P.C Agu and C.C. Ugwuegbu: Model for Periodic Analysis of the Quantity of Water Evaporated during Thermo-processing of Clay Designated for Production of Oven Refractory, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering Vol.10, NO.13, pp 1233 – 1241, 2011 (USA).

  • A.P. Uzoije, F.N. Uzondu and P.C. Agu: Vaporization Models of Varying Crude Oil Characteristics, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering 4(2) 150 – 157, 2011 (Asia).

  • Industrial Safety: A Chapter in the Text; Fundamentals of Workshop Practice, O.E. Okorafor (Editor), 2011.

  • C.I. Nwoye, R.A. Ejimfor, C. Nlebedim, U.C. Nwoye, M.C. Obi, G.C. Obasi and P.C. Agu.
    Model for calculating the solution pH during Hydrogen Peroxide Leaching of iron oxide ore.  Nature and Science Journal 7(3) 2009. (USA)

  • C.I. Nwoye and P.C. Agu: Studies on Pore Deformation Mechanism in Particles. Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 5 2009.

  • C.I. Nwoye, P.C. Agu, U.C. Nwoye, U.S. Ikele, I. Mbuka, U. Mark Model for predicting the quantity of water Evaporated during Oven-Drying of Ofamiri Clay. International Journal of Natural and Applied Science 2(3,4) 2008.

  • C.I. Nwoye, P.C. Agu, U. Ofoegbu, U.C.Nwoye, U.M. Okure and S. Nwakudu. Operational Factors Affecting Biocide Infection Rate during Inhibition of Microbial Induced Corrosion on Oil Pipeline. The Hearthland Engineers. 4(1) 2009.

  • C.I. Nwoye, U.S. Ikele, U. Mark, P.C. Agu, I. Mbuka, G.C. Obasi M.C. Obi and C.N. Anyakwo. Model for predicting the time of Dissolution of Pre-Quantified Concentration of Phosphorus during leaching of iron oxide ore in Oxalic Acid.  International journal of Natural and Applied Science 4(3) 2008.

  • C.I. Nwoye, P.C. Agu, U. Mark, U.S Ikele, I. Mbuka and C.N. Anyakwo Model for Predicting Phosphorus Removal In Relation to weight of iron Ore and pH during Leaching with Oxalic Acid International Journal of Natural and Applied Science 4(3) 2008.

  • C.I. Nwoye, P.C. Agu, C. Nwakwuo, G. Obasi, C. Nlebedim. Model for Quantitative Analysis of Dissolved Haematite Relative to the Initial Solution pH during Leaching of iron Oxide Ore in Oxalic Acid Research 1(4) 2009 (USA).

  • C.I. Nwoye, P.C. Agu and C.N. Mbah. Model for predicting the concentration of Phosphorus Removed during Leaching of Iron Oxide Ore in Oxalic Acid Solution. Journal of Engineering and Applied Science 6(1,2) 2010.

Working Experience

2002- Date): Federal University Of Technology Owerri
ACTIVITIES: Lecturing / Research
Courses I Have Taught include, but not limited to:

  • Plant Design
  • Industrial Safety (HSE)
  • Corrosion Science & Engineering
  • Welding Technology
  • Metallurgical Thermodynamics
  • Kinetic Processes in Materials

Engr. Udochukwu Mark

Lecturer I

Contact Information
umark@futo.edu.ng

Biography

The consumption of aluminium in Nigeria is very high and an Aluminium Smelter has already been established at Ikot-Abasi, Akwa Ibom State. But the country has no proven deposit of bauxite, the major resource for alumina and hence aluminum extraction. There is need therefore to develop alternative aluminium bearing raw materials and produce alumina from them. The aluminosilicate minerals, particularly clays, are abundant in the country; and if processed can become a viable replacement for bauxite alumina. One of the current researches focuses on the chemical/extractive metallurgy of aluminium using aluminosilicate raw materials. Other related areas of interest are refractories production; corrosion & protection of materials, mechanical characterization of materials, and metal casting,
Another major area of current concern is renewal and alternative energy. Even with her abundance of fossil fuels, the energy crisis in Nigeria is yet to be surmounted. The country is situated just 10 degree North of the equator, and receives one of the highest insolation year round. There is therefore need to urgently pursue alternative energy technologies such as solar power which pose no environmental challenges. Photovoltaic cells and devices are capable of producing voltage when illuminated by light or electromagnetic radiation. They make possible the production of a potential difference across the junction of unlike materials or in a nonhomogeneous semiconductor material by the absorption of visible light or other electromagnetic radiation. The wavelength of the illuminating radiation and the band gap of the semiconductor material in the photovoltaic device are instrumental to this phenomenon. Composites of conducting polymer and semiconductors can be used as less costly. This calls for research in renewable and alternative energy technology; electrical, photonic & magnetic materials; and nanomaterials.
Engr. U. Mark has had industrial experience in welding and fabrication, maintenance and fitting, foundry practice and ceramics production at Nigerian Ports Authority Dockyard and Projects Development Institute (PRODA).  

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Academic and Professional Qualification

 

  • B.Eng., 2002, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
  • M.Eng., 2007, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering

Area of Specialization

  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Engineering Materials
  • Nanotechnology/Nano-materials
  • Electrical, Optical/Photonic and Magnetic Materials and Devices
  • Physical Properties of Materials
  • Metallurgical Plant Design
  • Corrosion and Protection
  • Metal Casting/Foundry Technology
  • Metallurgical Refractories and Ceramic Processing
  • Fuels and Furnaces Technology
  • Physical Metallurgy
  • Workshop Practice & Manufacturing Processes

Honours

  • Abia State Government Scholarship, tenable at Government College Umuahia (1994/1995)
  • Leader, Abia State Four-Man Quiz Team to National  Competition for Junior Engineers, Technicians and Scientists (JETS) Club, Katsina1994
  • Leader, Abia State  Three-Man Contingents to UNICEF/NERDC National  Quiz and Essay Competition, UNILAG 199494   
  • Vice-Chancellor’s Nominee to Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)-Sponsored Course On  Heat Treatment and
  • Surface Finishing Technology for Improving Metal Property [August 25th – December 6th, 2008]
  • Recipient, PhD Fellowship, Federal University of Technology, Owerri  [2013 – 2016]

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE)
  • Registered Engineer by COREN
  • Member, Nigerian Metallurgical Society (NMS)
  • Member, Materials Society of Nigeria (MSN)
  • Member, American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE)
  • Member, Materials, Metallurgical and Mining Division (MMMD)
  • Student Member, ASTM International                                              

Publications

  • Mark, U., Onyemaobi, O.O., Nwobodo, C.S. and Uche, R. “Evaluation of some Refractory Characteristics of Ohiya and Uzuakoli Clay Deposits in Abia State, Nigeria” International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences], 7(3), 2011, pp. 27 – 36. Also available online @: www.ajol.info/journals/ijonas
  • Mark, U. “Characterization of Ibere and Oboro Clay Deposits in Abia State, Nigeria for Refractory Applications” International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences 6(3), 2010, pp. 296 – 305. Also available online @: www.ajol.info/journals/ijonas
  • Mark, U. and Onyemaobi, O.O. “Assessment of the Industrial Potentials of Some Nigerian Kaolinitic Clay Deposits” International Research Journal in Science, Engineering and Technology, 6(1), 2009, pp. 77 – 84
  • Nwoye, C. I., Okechukwu, C., Mark, U., Abiodun, S.,and Mbuka, I.E. “Design and fabrication of electric potter’s wheel using 2-horse power motor”. Global Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 10(1), 2009, pp.100 – 110
  • Nwoye, C. I., Eziuzo, C., Mark, U., and Mbuka, I.E. “Design and fabrication of thermoforming machine for production of disposable thermoplastic trays. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 1(1), 2009, pp.73 – 77.
  • C. I. Nwoye, G. C. Obasi, U. Mark, S. Inyama, and C. C. Nwakwuo: “Model for Calculating the Concentration of Leached Iron Relative to the Final Solution Temperature during Sulphuric Acid Leaching of Iron Oxide Ore”, New York Science Journal, 2(3), 2009, pp 51–54 . Also available online @: www.sciencepub.net/newyork.
  • Nwoye, C.I., Agu, P.C., Mark, U., Ikele, U.S., Mbuka, I.E. and Anyakwo, C.N. “Model for predicting phosphorus removal in relation to weight of iron oxide ore and pH during leaching with oxalic acid”. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 4(3): 292 – 298, 2008. Also available online @: www.ajol.info/journals/ijonas
  • Nwoye, C.I., Ikele, U.S., Mark, U., Agu, P.C., Mbuka, I.E., Obasi, G.C., Obi, M.C. and Anyakwo, C.N. “Model for predicting the time of dissolution of pre-quantified concentration of phosphorus during leaching of iron oxide ore in oxalic acid”. International Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 4(3): 353 – 357, 2008. Also available online @: www.ajol.info/journals/ijonas
  • Nwoye, C.I., Mark, U., Nwoye, U.C., Ikele, U.S., Agu, P.C., Mbuka, I.E. “Model for predicting quantity of water evaporation during oven drying of Otamiri clay”, International Journal of Tropical Agriculture and Food Systems, 2(3 & 4), 2008: pp. 211–214. Also available online @:www.ajol.info/journals/ijotafs

Research archive

  • Extraction Metallurgy of Aluminium from Aluminosilicate Raw Materials
  • Alternative Energy Materials and Devices (Photovoltaics, Fuel Cells, Li-Ion Batteries and Supercapacitors)
  • Electrical Insulators/Dielectrics
  • Nanomaterials, Smart Materials and Display Technology Materials
  • Electrical, Optical/Photonic and Magnetic Materials and Devices
  • Metallurgical Refractories and Furnaces
  • Processing and Properties of Aluminium Casting Alloys

Responsibilities

Materials Science and Engineering, particularly:

  • Engineering Materials,
  • Engineering Workshop Practice and Manufacturing Technology,
  • Physical Properties of Materials,
  • Physical Metallurgy,
  • Fuels, Furnaces and Refractories Technology,
  • Nanoscale Materials,
  • Electrical, Optical and Magnetic Materials & Devices,
  • Ironmaking and Steelmaking Technology,
  • Nonferrous Metallurgy,
  • Metallurgical Plant Design and Materials Selection,
  • Foundry Technology

Working Experience

  • Lecturer I, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Since  2013
  • Lecturer II, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, 2010 – 2013
  • Assistant Lecturer, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, 2008 – 2010
  • Assistant Lecturer, Welding/Fabrication and Mechanical Technology (MPTI, Onna), 2005 – 2006

Engr. Ugwuegbu Chima Chinedu

Lecturer I

Contact Information
chima.ugwuegbu@futo.edu.ng

Biography

The recent worldwide depletion of the easily mined high grade ores has resulted to mining companies looking for means of making the exploitation of low grade, high throughput deposits economically feasible. Heap leaching being a processing technology with low capital and operating costs is increasingly considered for the treatment of low grade metalliferous ores. Part of Mr. Ugwuegbu’s research interest is concerned with heap leach design and optimization, especially in the area of development and testing of unsaturated water flow and solute transport models for heap leaching, and laboratory/pilot plant tests required during the development of a heap leach mine.

One major problem facing the mineral industry is the issue of inefficient use of energy during comminution. Mr Ugwuegbu intends researching on the slurry rheology of iron ore minerals and its effect on wet grinding in order to reduce energy cost and increase throughput. Mr Ugwuegbu is also interested in the issue of mine-to-mill concept, a new area in mineral processing that is concerned with the optimization of blasting processes during mining in order to obtain fine ores that will be fed into the grinding mill thereby reducing the amount of energy required for milling.

Also of concern to Mr. Ugwuegbu is the clean ability/separatability of minerals, especially coal.

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Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B. Eng., 2005, Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • MSc., 2009, Engineering, Imperial College of Science and Technology, London

Honours

  • Recipient, British Government Commonwealth Scholarship for One Year MSc Tenable in the United Kingdom, 2008 -2009
  • 2005 Best Graduating Student of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Department FUTO
  • N50, 000 grant from Federal Government of Nigeria for Academic Excellence

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM)
  • Member, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) London

Publications

  • Ugwuegbu, C. C. (2011). A Review of the Controls on Sulfide Solubility in Magma and the Fate of Chacophile Elements during Magma Evolution. IJAR Journal of Economics and Engineering, Vol. 2. No. 1, Azerbaijan, pp 29-35
  • Ugwuegbu, C. C., Ogbonna, A. I. (2011). Effect of Microstructural Changes on the Mechanical Properties of Hot Worked C-Mn Steel. International Journal of Academic Research, Vol. 3. No. 6, Part 1, Azerbaijan, pp 207-213
  • Achuko, N. I., Ugwuegbu, C. C. (2011). Optical Properties of CdS Thin Films Obtained by Chemical Bath Deposition. International Journal of Academic Research, Vol. 3. No. 6, Part 2, Azerbaijan, pp 368-374
  • Nwoye, C. I., Ugwuegbu, C. C., Obidiegwu, E. O., Onyedika, G. O. (August, 2011). Predictive Modelling of Methane Gas Yield Based on the Processed Particle Size of Banana Peelings Biograded in Digester. Unpublished paper presented at The 3rd FUTO International Conference on Renewable and Alternative Energy, Owerri, Nigeria
  • Nwoye, C. I., Odo, J. U., Onyedika, G. O., Ugwuegbu, C. C. (August, 2011). Model for Predictive Analysis and Optimization of Bio-fuel Production during Bio-treatment of Sugarcane Molasses. Unpublished paper presented at The 3rd FUTO International Conference on Renewable and Alternative Energy, Owerri, Nigeria
  • Nwoye, C. I., Odo, J. U., Ugwuegbu, C. C. and Nnuka, E. E. (November, 2011). Energy Analysis and Its Applicability for Sustainable Development in Metallurgical and Materials Industries. Unpublished paper presented at The Nigerian Metallurgical Society Conference, Abuja, Nigeria

Mr. ANAELE JUSTUS UCHENNA

Assistant Lecturer

Contact Information

Biography

As With a Technology Innovation-Oriented Mind in a Research Favourable Environment, Mr. J.U Anaele is Particularly Interested in the Utilization of Locally Sourced Materials for Optical, Magnetic, Biomedical and Engineering Applications ; Laddle Technology in Steel Making and Welding Technology in Mechanical Metallurgy.

Engr. J.U. Anaele holds a master degree in Metallurgical Engineering, and Lectures in the Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, School of Engineering and Engineering Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri. Recent Teaching include the following undergraduate courses: Non-Ferrous Metallurgy (MTE 528), Industrial Alloys (MTE 524), Welding and Joining Technology (MME 411), Iron and Steel Making Technology (MME 405), Introduction to Engineering Materials I and II (ENG 207 and ENG 207 respectively), and Engineering Workshop Practice I, II and III (ENG 101, ENG 102 and ENG 201 respectively). He is particularly interested in the development of industrial alloys for specific applications, including: structural, and shape memory, Characterisation of alloys for microstructure and phase analysis – An area which he is pursuing PhD Degree. His other research interest include: Materials Selection and Design, Joining and Welding Technology and Iron and Steel Making Technology. Engr. J.U. Anaele is a corporate member of the following professional bodies: Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE), Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM), Materials Science and Technology Society of Nigeria (MSN). Besides academics, He likes Playing and  Officiating Football Matches, Listening to News and Music.

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Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B.Eng (FUTO)
  • M.Eng (FUTO)

Honours

  • Recommendation on Excellent Performance by the MME Departmental Board (March, 2015)

  • Best Graduating student, Department of Materials and Metallurgical  Engineering, Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria, 2007

Membership of professional bodies

  • Graduate Member, Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM)   
  • Corporate Member, Materials Science and Technology Society of Nigeria (MSN)
  • Member, Nigeria Referee Association (NRF)       
  • Student Member, American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM)
  • Corporate Member, Nigeria Society of Engineers (NSE)

Publications

  • C. N. Owabor, S. E. Agarry and T. O. Azeez, “Development of a Transport Model for the Microbial Degradation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in a Saturated Porous Medium,” Journal of the Nigerian Association of Mathematical Physics, Vol.16, (2010), pp. 317-324.
  • T. O. Azeez, S. Lamina and S.C. Iwuji, “Correlates of Cardiorespiratory Fitness and Gait parameters in young Undergraduate Subjects,” Journal of Health Science and Technology, Vol. 1, (2010), pp. 140-146.
  • S. Lamina, T.O. Azeez, M. Subramanian and A. M. Ayana, “Ergogenic controversies of socio-cultural African herbs: A review study on Khat (Catha edulis) and Cola nut (Cola spp),” Journal of Health Science and Technology, Vol. 1, (2010), pp. 68-78.
  • S. Lamina, D. I. Musa, S. Hanif and T.O. Azeez, “Exercise and Pregnancy: A review study,” Journal of Health Sciences and Technology. Vol. 1, (2010), pp. 55-62.
  • T. O. Azeez, “Kinetics of Microbial Production of 2, 3-Butanediol from Cheese Whey Using Klebsiella Pneumonia,” International Journal of Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics Engineering (IJBBB). Vol. 1, No. 3, (2011), pp. 177-183.
  • T. O. Azeez, C. N. Owabor, K. A. Salam and R. Nwacha, “Degradation of Anthracene by the activity of corynebacteria sp and pseudomonas putida in soil sediment,”. Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2011, (In-press).
  • T. O. Azeez, “Biodegradation of Pyrene Using Corynebacteria sp and Pseudomonas Putida in Soil Sediment,” International Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2011, (In-press).

Research archive

Alloy development to enable the development of alloys for specific applications, including: structural, shape memory, and the Characterisation of alloys for microstructure and phase analysis. Materials selection and design. Particularly interested in joining and welding technology and Iron and steel making

Working Experience

  • Graduate Member of the Nigerian Institute of Management 2009
  • Teller; Zenith Bank Plc., Aka Road Branch, Uyo 2008- 2009
  • Technical Supervisor; Tukoil Limited, 24 Enerhen Road Warri 2010

Engr. Igwemezie Victor C

Assistant Lecturer

Contact Information

Biography

A graduate of Federal University of Technology, Owerri, with interest to contribute immensely to the attainment of academic excellence in areas of Metallurgical Engineering, Corrosion Engineering and Welding Technology.

Academic and Professional Qualification

  • B. Eng., 2004, Materials & Metallurgical Engineering Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri
  • M.Eng., (In view) Metallurgical Engineering Technology, Federal University of Technology, Owerri

Mrs. NJOKU CHIOMA E

Graduate Assistant

Contact Information
chioma.njoku@futo.edu.ng

Biography

For many years now, corrosion has been a problem to our pipelines and other exposed engineering works. It has been quite expensive to carry out the control measures needed to abate this problem. This has led to an interest on a research on the effect of par magnetism on the corrosion abatement of mild steel, which Chioma Njoku is presently working on.

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Academic and Professional Qualification

  • Federal University of Tech. Owerri (FUTO); M.ENG (Mats. & Met. Eng.) April 2014

  • Federal University of Tech. Owerri (FUTO); B.ENG (Mats. & Met. Eng.)    April 2004

Honours

  • Recipient, PhD Study Fellowship, Federal University of Tech. Owerri [2015-Date]
  • Recipient, M.ENG Study Fellowship, Federal University of Tech. Owerri  [2010-2012]
  • Best Student, Lit.in English, SS1, Madonna Senior Sec. Sch. For Science, Etiti [1992-1993]
  • Best Student, Igbo Lang. SS 1 , Madonna Senior Sec. Sch. For Science, Etiti [1992-1993]
  • Best Scholar in JSS1, Girls Sec. Sch. Ekwerazu, Imo State [1990]

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member, Nigerian Society of Engineers                    2015- Date
  • Member, Association of Professional Women Engineers (APWEN)    2014-Date 
  • Student Member, American Society for Testing and Materials        2013 – Date   
  • Member, Materials Science and Engineering Society of Nigeria   

Publications

  • Nwoye, C. I., Njoku, C. E., Nwakpa, S.O., Agbo, A. O., Nwogbu, C. C. “Response Evaluation of Solar Energy Transmissivity to Combined Influence of Radiation Incident Angle of Solar Collector Location” International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics, 2(2), 2014, pp. 178-183. ISSN: 2347-9051.
  • Nwoye, C. I., Njoku, C. E., Nwogbu, C. C., Onyedika, G., Ameh, E. M. “Multi- Factorial Analysis of Particulate Iron Ore Desulphurization during Benefication with Powdered Potassium Chlorate” International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics, 2(2), 2014, pp. 184-191. ISSN: 2347-9051.
  • Njoku, C. E., Udomon, H., Ugwuegbu, C. C., Anaele, J. U., Ikele, U. S. “Characterization of the Mechanical Properties of Aluminium Alloys with SiC Dispersants” International Journal of Engineering and Science, 3(8), 2014, pp. 69-73. ISSN: 2319-1813.
  • Nwoye, C. I., Nwakpa, S. O., Nwoke, V. U., Njoku, C. E., Ede, S. E., Amalu, N. I. “Model for Assessment and Prediction of Iron Enhancement Index Relative to the Oxidative Tendency of Potassium Chlorate on Iron Ore Impurities” Indian Journal of Chemistry and Application, 1(1), 2013, pp. 15-24.
  • Ikele, U. S., Onyemaobi, O. O., Nwobodo, C. S., Njoku, C. “Effect of deflocculant (Sodium Carbonate: Na2CO3) on Rheological Properties of NSUU (Nigerian) Clay” International Research Journal in Engineering, Science and Technology, 12(1), 2015, pp. 37-42.