Uday Basheer Al-Naib

University of Technology Malaysia

Dr. Uday M. Basheer Al-Naib is a Senior Lecturer at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He completed his post-doctorate in Material Engineering at Universiti SainsMalaysia (USM) between 2013 and 2014. He received his Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from USM in 2013. He obtained his Master and Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Baghdad and the University of Technology, IRAQ, respectively. He has over 30 years of academic and practical experience in the field of ceramic and metal composites; metal alloys; advanced ceramics; porous ceramics; ceramic-metal joining; materials characterizations and forming; ceramic insulators; ceramic membranes; thermoelectric energy conversion and ceramic coating. He is acknowledged at the practical level for solving specific problems related to material industries. This was evident through his research work issued with different publishers and international material engineering journals with high impact factors. In addition to his own research, Dr. Uday has been acting as a supervisor of several academic theses (Masters and Doctorate) related to different fields of material engineering. He also has professional membership (ProfGradIMMM) in the Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining (IOM3) and Fellow membership (F.I.M.M.) at the Institute of Materials, Malaysia (IMM).

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Porous ceramics have recently gained growing importance in industry because of their many applications like filters, absorbers, dust collectors, thermal insulation, hot gas collectors, dielectric resonators, bioreactors, bone replacement and automobile engine components. Generally, porous ceramics have good properties such as mechanical strength, abrasion resistance, and chemical and thermal stability. These porous network ceramic structures also have relatively low density, low mass and low thermal conductivity. Furthermore, permeability is one of the most important properties of porous ceramics for different applications such as membranes because this property directly relates to the pressure drop during filtration. Pore size control is one key factor in fabrication of porous ceramics. The size of particles and their distribution of the raw materials, manufacturing techniques, types of binder used, distribution of binder, and sintering affect the final porosity and pore connectivity, are important things that must be considered during the manufacturing of a porous ceramic body. Therefore, the development of porous ceramic research requires sufficient mechanical and chemical stability as well as permeability. This book covers a wide range of topics such as porous ceramic structure and properties, preparation, simulation and fabrication, sintering, applications for bioceramics, sensors, magnetics and energy saving.

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