Mohammad Asaduzzaman Chowdhury

Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology

Mohammad Asaduzzaman Chowdhury is a professor of Mechanical Engineering at Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology (DUET), Gazipur, Bangladesh. His research interests are Engineering Tribology, Surface Engineering, Coating Technology, Polymer and Composite Materials, Metals and Alloys, Erosive Wear of Different Materials, Material Fabrication, Characterization of Materials, Self Energy Generating Materials, Atomic Transfer Mechanism etc. He is working as an Editorial Board Member of large number of International Reputed Journals. Currently, he is working as an editor, reviewer of many ISI and Scopus Indexed International Journals and books. He has also published many research and review papers in refereed International Journals and Conference Proceedings. He is working as a consultant, advisor and expert member of many government and autonomous organisations. His teaching & research experience about 20 years. He is involved myself with different cultural and social activities. He has engaged myself to write the articles in different newspapers.

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Surface engineering has rapidly expanded in recent years as the demand for improved materials has increased. Surface engineering is a valuable tool for conceiving both surface and bulk properties, which cannot be achieved simultaneously either by the coating material or by the substrate material alone. The book is written on the current trends of surface engineering and relevant research. The applied and basic research as well as some worthy concepts of materials related to this area is explained clearly to understand the need for surface engineering in industrial applications. The different surface modification processes, properties, and their characterizations are discussed elaborately for future research and as a text book. Modification of surface properties by films or coatings is used in industrial applications. This is an area of interest to numerous fields: fabrication of parts, mechanics, transport, catalysis, energy, production, microelectronics, optoelectronics, the leisure industry, etc. The properties are considered for protection against corrosion, oxidation or wear, biocompatibility, wetting, adhesion, durability, catalytic activity, and toughness. The modern concept of engineering is discussed to ensure that the contributions of this subject minimize energy consumption. The book will be used as a state of the art for present and future researchers, industrial components design, and control.

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