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Professor ESEZOBOR, David Ehigie
Place of Birth Irrua, Edo State, Nigeria 14th March, 1961
Date of Birth:
Department Of Metallurgical And Materials Engineering, Faculty Of Engineering, University Of Lagos, Lagos. +23415454891/2 Ext 1876 +2348023082598
8, Grace/Ajoke Street, Bariga, Lagos, Nigeria 23401 +23417317940
P.O. Box 2548, Sabo – Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria 23401
Pharm (Mrs) Celestina Akudo David Esezobor (M.Sc, Pharm)
Number & Ages of Children
Two (2): 19 And 11 Years old respectively
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Education Schools and institutions attended Post primary • • Irrua Grammar School, (Annunciation Catholic College) Irrua, 1973-1978 WASC O`Level Private Student 1978-1980 GCE O`Level
Post Secondary • Donetsk State University, Donetsk, Ukraine 1982-1983 Higher and Special Secondary Education Certificate (HSC)
University • • Donetsk Polytechnic Institute, Donetsk, Ukraine 1983-1988 Dip. Tech Educ. & M.Sc. (Metallurgy) Donetsk State Technical University, Donetsk, Ukraine 1991-1994 Ph.D. (Extractive Metallurgy and Materials)
Professional Qualifications Member of Nigerian Society of Engineers: No R18653 Member of America Society for Metals (ASM): No 453432 Member of International Metallographic Society: No 453432 IMS Member of Heat Treating Society: No 453432 HTS Member of Materials Society of Nigeria: No P0189 COREN Registered Engineer: No 10401 Member of Nigerian Corrosion Association Registered Nigerian Scientist in Manufacturing Technology
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Lecturer/translator Research Fellow Donetsk State Technical University 1994 -1997
Donetsk 340000, Artema Street, 58 Ukraine Undergraduate Teaching and Tutorial Lectures, Translation of technical texts from Russian to English language and vice versa. Development on the elements of waste less technology in steel industry
Professor 2008 Associate Professor 2006 – 2008 Senior Lecturer (2002 - 2006) Lecturer I (2000-2002); University Of Lagos Nov. 2000 till date Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria Courses Taught within the Current Academic Session MME 309 – Science of Materials; MME 302 – Properties of Materials; MME 401 – Chemical Metallurgy; MME 822 – Transport Phenomena in Materials (Post Graduate); MME 821 Solid and Gas Reactions (Post Graduate); MME 522 – Final Year Undergraduate Project; MME 899 – Post graduate Research Project. Confirmation of Appointment: 28th June, 2005
Training on United STM – 100 KN Universal Tester and DATUM 3.0 Software at UNITED TESTING SYSTEMS Corporation, Huntington Beach, California, USA
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Current Research Activities and Interests
Recovery and recycling of steel plant wastes Development and production of metal matrix composites with ceramic Design and Construction of Melting Furnaces
Major Industrial Problems Solved
Determination of the causes of failure of Shell Gas Nigeria Distribution pipeline – Century Dies, 2008
Records of Research Grants
From Central Research Committee (UNILAG) Project Title: Recovery and Recycling of Steel Wastes Researchers: Prof S.A. Balogun and Dr. D.E. Esezobor Amount: N12.35m
Project Title: Design and Construction of an Optimized Rotary Furnace Researchers: Dr. D.E. Esezobor, Mr. J.O. Agunsoye and Mr. L.A. Sulyman Amount: N2.5m Biological Profile recognised and published in the 8th Edition of World Who’s Who in Science and Engineering 2005
Distinguished Researcher Award for Faculty of Engineering University of Lagos 2008
Awards And Distinctions
Bendel State Scholarship Award1973-1978
Federal Government Scholarship Award through Bureau For External Aids, Federal Ministry of Education 1982-1988 and 1990-1994
Appreciation Award for Outstanding Contributions to America Society for Metals (ASM) International 2008
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Metallurgical Engineer (Ajaokuta Steel Company) 1988 -1989 In charge of forge and fabrication division
Consultant/Metallurgical Engineer (Davyce Engineering and Environmental Consultants) Ikeja, 1998 – 2000 - Consultancy and Engineering Services 6TH Africa-USA International Conference on Manufacturing Technology (MANUTECH 2002), Abuja, Nigeria July 8-11, 2002
Nigerian Materials Congress NIMACON 2002, Akure, Nigeria. November 11th -13th, 2002
Nigerian Materials Congress NIMACON 2003, Akure, Nigeria. November 11th -13th, 2003
Materials Processing Challenges for the Aerospace Industry” Materials Science and Technology, (MS&T) 2006: Processing. October 15-19, 2006, Duke Energy Centre, Cincinnati, OH, USA
International Conference on Infrastructure Development and the Environment, September 10-15, 2006, Ladi Kwali Conference Center, Abuja, Nigeria, D-368 2nd International Conference on Engineering Research and Developments: Innovations, ICERD08028: 15 – 17 April, 2008, University of Benin, Benin City
2008 Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment and Clean Technology (REWAS 2008), October 12 – 15, 2008. Hilton Cancun Golf & Beach Resort, Cancun, Mexico
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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS
David E. Esezobor (1988). Project of a blast furnace workshop with two furnaces of capacity 2000 m3 each in Ajaokuta Metallurgical Plant. M.Sc Thesis. Donetsk State Polytechnic Institute, Donetsk, Ukraine
Material and Energy balance of Ajaokuta Metallurgical Plant with two 312 m2 sinter plants and two 2000 m3 blast furnaces were evaluated. The techno-economic specifications of the plant were derived
David E. Esezobor (1988). Dehumidified blast as an alternative to oxygen enriched blast. M.Ph. Thesis. Donetsk State Polytechnic Institute,
Donetsk, Ukraine Intensification of blast furnace operation through dehumidification of blast was proposed and its technological process developed for Ajaokuta Steel Company.
David E. Esezobor (1994). Design elements of waste less technology in steel industry. Ph.D Thesis. Donetsk State Technical University,
Donetsk, Ukraine A close – looped system in which no resources are depleted, all materials are perpetually recycled/ utilized, and no harmful waste is produced or discharged is developed. The operating mechanisms of the properties of steel wastes that influence the sintering processes of iron ore materials were established. On the basis of analysis of zinc base formation, its recirculation in the blast furnace (BF) and its related productive sectors, a monograph of zinc elimination from BF was designed. A residual pollution – free stream process of recovery and re – use of steel mill wastes with high turndown ratio and capable of processing widely varying waste compositions is designed.
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Unified and generalized concepts for total reclamation of iron bearing wastes for a typical metallurgical plant were derived. It will be very useful in charting a course for the Ajaokuta Steel project where at present, no reclamation routines have been provided for in the first and second phases of implementation.
International / Foreign Publications
O.P.Baidin, G.S.Klyagin, D.E.Esezobor. “Organisation of waste less production in steel industry”. Journal of Environmental control and rational utilization of natural resources. Donetsk, 1992 Vol. 1517 #2. pp.27 – 31
An integrated system comprising three waste - recycling technologies is developed: the application of sludge after thickening to cool the sinter returns and to humidify the dried components of the sinter burden in place of water; the mechanical treatment of the sludge for use in the sintering process; the blending of the sludge with dried wastes. Considering the fact that some wastes are hydrophobic materials and a great numbers of fine materials are found in the sinter burden, the nodulization of waste mix after the blender and charging of the produced micropellets of sizes 2 – 7 mm into the burden mixer is proposed.
O.P.Baidin, V.I.Rostovsky, D.E.Esezobor. “Organisation of waste less technology in Blast furnace operations”. Journal of Environmental control and rational utilization of natural resources. Donetsk, 1992 Vol. 1517 #2. pp.32 - 36.
The problem of organizing waste-less technology in blast furnace (BF) processes is identified. More than 10 different types of wastes are generated in BF plant. The various processes of zinc removal: hydro- and pyrometallurgy with its sublimation during reduction process are presented.. The technology of recycling the BF wastes through sintering is well articulated.
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D.E. Esezobor M. M. Peristy, O.P. Baidin. “Reduction of by-products formations in the main machinery in steel industry”. Journal of Theory and practice of ecological policies in mining and metallurgical industries, Dnepropetrovsk, 1993 Vol. 2729. #4, pp.115 - 119.
A quantitative and qualitative description of recycling of wastes and residues for the three major production sectors in steel plants is presented Processing elements that can facilitate the reduction of wastes and residues in ironand steelmaking, rolling and finishing mills are projected. The work establishes that the steel industry with its large volume of by-products can serve as good example of successful organization of waste free technology.
G.S. Kligin, D.E. Esezobor, O.P. Baidin. “Reclamation of steel dusts in the sintering plant”. Journal of Theory and practice of ecological policies in mining and metallurgical industries, Dnepropetrovsk, 1993 Vol. 2729. #4 pp. 126 - 131.
A system of utilization of dust and sludge trapped in the sinter plant without dumping them in the sedimentation tanks/settling basin and or construction of separate sludge dewatering / treatment plant is designed.
A.V.Orlov, V.I.Rostovsky, D.E.Esezobor. “Establishment of waste less technology of recovering zinc bearing sludge in sintering and blast furnace production”. Journal of the Republic Environmental control and rational utilization of natural resources. Donetsk, 1993 Vol. 1719 #4. pp. 88 - 91.
The material balance and the required level of zinc intake to the blast furnace in 5 metallurgical plants were evaluated and analyzed. The control value of zinc intake to the blast furnace ranges from 0.25-0.5 kg per ton of hot metal.
The data obtained was used to establish waste-less technology in iron-making mills.
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V.I.Dakun, D.E.Esezobor, V.I.Rostovsky.” Reclamation of dumped sludge in steel industry” Journal of the Republic Environmental control and rational utilization of natural resources. Donetsk, 1993 Vol. 1719, #4. pp. 92 - 96.
The process of recycling previously stored or dumped steel mill sludges in Ukraine was investigated. A low cost physical treatment process of dumped sludge in steel industry was designed. These waste materials were rehydrated and combined with the process
Grinishi A.B., Esezobor D.E., O.P.Baidin. “Sintering of steel industry’s by-products”. Journal of All-Ukraine Environmental control and rational utilization of natural resources. Donetsk, 1994, Vol. 2628, #3. pp. 49 - 53.
Determination of the composition and optimum rate of the blowdown stream from wastes recycling. It establishes that the steel mills wastes can be successfully recycled with a high turndown ratio and the sinter plant is capable of processing widely varied wastes consumption.
it was established that sintering of burden with 50% treated wastes blend content and 3.5% carbon and 20% sinter returns yields 5.3-10% increase in productivity,
B.V.Kzlovsky, V.I.Rostovsky, D.E.Esezobor. “The recycling of zinc bearing metallurgical sludge”. Journal of All-Ukraine Environmental control and rational utilization of natural resources. Donetsk, 1994 Vol. 2628 #3. pp.69 - 73.
On the basis of analysis of zinc inflow into the blast furnace process and other relative production processes a monograph/chart of zinc accumulation in the blast furnace is designed to assist in determining the influx of zinc and its removal from the furnace.. Establishment of material balance for continuous iron oxide wastes recycling with particular emphasis on the partition of volatile matters (finely grained sludge) between various phases. Estimation shows that the ratio of influx of zinc in the blast furnace sludge to the initial charge depends not only on its content in the burden, but also on the quantity of generated wastes.
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D. E. Esezobor, S. O. Adeosun. Improvement on the Strength of 6063 Aluminum Alloy by means of Solution Heat Treatment. Proceedings Materials Processing Challenges for the Aerospace Industry” Materials Science and Technology, (MS&T) 2006: Processing. October 15-19, 2006, Duke Energy Centre, Cincinnati, OH, USA pp. 645 – 655 www.matscitech.org or http://cmsplus.tms.org/cms /cmsplus.nsf/layout2?OpenFrameSet
The paper examines the solution heat treatment of an extruded 6063 aluminum alloy. The study shows that the strength and fracture resistance of this metal alloy can be influenced to an appreciable extent by the solution heat treatment.
David Ehigie Esezobor and Sanmbo Adewale Balogun. Zinc Accumulation during Recycling of Iron Oxide Wastes in the Blast Furnace. Journal of Iron and Steelmaking, Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, 2006, Vol. 33, No 5 pp 419-425
Identification of the sources and composition of zinc units recycled in the steel plants Evolution of device and appropriate technology for the treatment of zinc – bearing units. Derivation of an algebraic model to determine the extent of the accumulation in blast furnace. The paper outlines the feasible processes of zinc removal from the close-looped system (Sinter Plant-Blast Furnace-Sinter Plant).
Amuda M.O.H., Esezobor D.E. and Lawal G.I. Adaptable Technologies for complete Life-Cycle Processing of Tantalum bearing Minerals. Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, 2007, Vol. 6, No 1, pp 67-75.
The paper outlines the characteristics of the Nigerian tantalum reserves. It presents the evaluation of the competing technologies for complete cycle processing of tantalum bearing minerals for adoption in the Nigeria solid mineral industry.
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S.A. Balogun, D. E. Esezobor, S. O. Adeosun. Effects of Deformation Processing on the Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Alloy 6063. Journal of Metallurgical and Material Transactions A. 2007, Vol. 38, No 7, pp. 1570 1574
Upset forging and cold rolling of aluminum alloy 6063 are evaluated, as are the longitudinal tensile properties produced by both processing routes. This work has shown that size reduction through both forging and rolling at room temperature could be used to increase dislocation motion while still improving the UTS and HRN characteristics of the material. Forging is more effective in this regards.
S. A. Balogun, D. E. Esezobor, S. O. Adeosun. Stress Corrosion Cracking of Cast 6063 and Deep Drawn 1017 Aluminum Utensils in Lycopersicum Esculentum. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance. 2007, Volume 16 No 6, pp. 720 – 725
This work examines the chemical response of deep drawn and cast utensils made from 1017 and 6063 aluminum alloys, respectively, in solution of Lycopersicum esculentum at a temperature other than ambient temperature. The work revealed that cast cylindrical utensils pit much more readily than deep drawn utensils.
S.A. Balogun, S.O.Adeosun, D.E.Esezobor. Stress Variation in Deep Drawn 1017 Aluminum Alloy. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance. ASM International. 2007, Volume 16, No 6, pp. 766 – 774
An effective low cost model based on the macro-mechanical properties of the metal blank and tool geometry is used to describe the anisotropic plastic flow of the metal sheet in plane stress condition..
The model is derived from the fundamental deflection equation of beam/column. This is the first time such attempt is made. The model used to optimize the stamping process is designed to be as close to realistic forming conditions as possible
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Sanmbo A. Balogun, Samson O. Adeosun, David Ehigie Esezobor . Modeling of Quasicrystal Plastic Deformation of Anisotropic Metals by means of their Macromechanical Properties. Proceedings Materials Science and Technology 2007 Conference: Fundamentals and Characterization. September 16-20, 2007 COBO Center, Detroit, Michigan, 2007. pp. 423 - 434
Shear stress-shear strain relationship model for deep drawn metals have been developed using the classical Bernouilli-Euler beam theory. The relationship is derived from the macro mechanical properties of the metal and its tool geometry. The model was used to determine the degree of disorder of the crystal structure (λ), the Taylor hardening factor (M) and dislocation density (K). The developed empirical model can account for small strains in the zone where Voce relation fails. This developed analytical model can be used at the quality control department to determine the homogeneities recovery of rolled sheets after annealing and the likely presence of residual stresses that could enhance stress corrosion cracking.
S.A. Balogun, D.E.Esezobor, S. O. Adeosun. Anisotropic Behaviour of Deep Drawn Aluminum 1017 using Macroscopic Tensile and Cupping Tests. Journal of Minerals, Metals and Materials (JOM) 2008 Vol 60 No 11 pp 29 - 33, www.tms.org/jom.html
The paper examines the variation of the plastic strain ratio (R), dislocation density (K), degree of deformation (ɣ) and ultimate tensile strength (UTS) of this alloy in relation to the orientation of rolling using macromechanically based stress and strain models.
This approach is a tool for quick quality check on formability of blank material for cupping process and will assist in describing the efficiency of the intermediate processing of sheet annealing after the rolling performed prior to cupping. This could be a tool for quality control department thereby avoiding the tedious sample preparation encountered during microstructural investigation of aluminum alloy when using sophisticated, and expensive and highly technical equipment such as TEM, SEM or X-ray
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(17) S.A. Balogun, D.E. Esezobor and J.O. Agunsoye. Effect of Melting Temperature on the Wear Characteristics of Austenitic Manganese Steel. Journal of Minerals and Material Characterization and Engineering, 2008, Vol. 7, No.3, pp 277-289. www.jmmce.org
This paper studies the effect of pouring/melting temperature on the propensity of carbide segregation of austenitic manganese steel and by translation on the wear characteristics of jaw crushers. EDX analysis was used to determine the relative abundance of elements in the melted austenitic manganese steel.
Sanmbo Balogun, David Esezobor, Samson Adeosun. Development of Wasteless Technology in Steel Industry. 2008 Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment and Clean Technology (REWAS 2008), October 12 – 15, 2008. Hilton Cancun Golf & Beach Resort, Cancun, Mexico pp 267 - 276
This paper defines the concept of “waste-free technology”, discusses its development in the steel industry and highlights the benefits of the technology to the manufacturing sector and the environment. The paper also articulates how the “waste-free” technology could be applied in the proposed Ajaokuta integrated steel plant in Nigeria.
David Esezobor, Sanmbo Balogun, Samson Adeosun. Design of Concepts for the Utilization of Residues and Wastes in Ajaokuta Steel Company. 2008 Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment and Clean Technology (REWAS 2008), October 12 – 15, 2008. Hilton Cancun Golf & Beach Resort, Cancun, Mexico pp 97 – 104
This paper analyses the sources of the iron oxide wastes and evaluates the quantities expected from the main production facilities of the plant which include the two 312 m2 capacity sintering machines, the two 2000 m3 blast furnaces and two 130-
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T BOF (of the 2nd phase expansion of the Steel Plant). It presents a reclamation routine designed for Ajaokuta residues and wastes.
S.A. Balogun, D. E. Esezobor, S.O. Adeosun. A.M. Oladoye and E.F. Ochulor " Effect of Quenching Media on Mechanical Properties of Aluminum 6063 Alloy Proceedings: The Third International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties (PMP III) The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, December 7-10, 2008, Bangkok. Thailand Pp. 531 – 537
This paper studies the quench sensitivity of AA 6063. Air, water, brine, spent automobile engine oil and palm olein oil are used as the cooling media. Artificial aging of five of the samples after solution treatment (5600C, at 1 hour) is done at 1750C for 8 hours. The study reveals that the volume and size of the intermetallic Mg2Si formed, which is dependent on the severity of the quenchants affects the mechanical properties of AA 6063. Optimum combination of hardness, tensile strength and ductility over the extruded properties can be obtained with cooling in brine solution after solution treatment.
Sanmbo Balogun, David Esezobor, Samson Adeosun. Effect of Blank Holder Force on the Depth of Ears in Deep Drawn AA1017 Cups" Proceedings: The Third International Conference on Processing Materials for Properties (PMP-III), The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, December 7-10, 2008, Bangkok, Thailand. Pp. 475 – 482
The paper studies the relationship between the blank holder force (BHF) and the cup heights (CH). It presents the effects of sheet properties on the formability of AA 1017 during cup forming. The study indicates a linear relation between BHF and CH for thinner gauge cold rolled material (0.7 to 1.6 mm thick).
Balogun S.A., Esezobor D.E. “Quality control in Engineering and Technology Education in Nigeria” Proceedings from 1st African Regional Conference of
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Engineering Education. Lagos, Nigeria. 23-25 September, 2002 pp.33 – 41 The factors affecting the quality of engineering education at the tertiary level were well articulated and ways by which the decline in quality may be stemmed were suggested. It proposed that further Mathematics and Technical Drawing be added to the registration requirements for engineering programmes and that a One-year industrial training scheme be introduced after the fourth year of the degree programme instead of the current six months.
(23) Esezobor D.E. Integration of Hazardous Waste Management and Production of Cement Technologies. Proceedings Nigerian Materials Congress NIMACON 2002, Akure, Nigeria. November 11th -13th, 2002. pp.195-198 This paper addresses the integration of two seemingly diverse technologies management of hazardous wastes and production of cement. Proper definition of waste and hazardous waste was done in order to clarify the impacts of these materials to the environment and human health.
Adeosun S. O. Adiele I.A.,. Esezobor D. E., Balogun S.A. Prospect of Recycling Aluminium Scraps/Drosses in Nigeria. Proceedings Nigerian Materials Congress NIMACON 2003, Akure, Nigeria. November 11th -13th, 2003, pp.49 - 52.
The suitability of aluminium scraps/drosses generated from secondary aluminium smelters was determined using spectrometric analysis and mechanical test results. A comparative analysis of the wastes generated from local and foreign aluminum products indicates that these materials are suitable for recycling and producing articles such as utensils, outdoor structures and other domestic wares. Thus reducing the cost for waste disposal.
S. O. Adeosun, G.I. Lawal, D. E Esezobor and O.A. Gbolu. Corrosion Characteristics of mild Steel 1030 and
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Aluminium 6063 in Diamine Carbonic Acid. Journal of Engineering Research and Development, 2005, Vol. 4, No 1, pp. 1 – 5 The corrosion behavior of mild steel 1030 and aluminum 6063 in diamine carbonic acid at room temperature was examined in order to make proper material selection for various applications. For fertilizer process plants and biogas generation vessels, aluminum 6063 is more suitable than mild steel 1030 while, mild steel will be good for constructing reaction chambers.
David Ehigie Esezobor, Samson Oluropo Adeosun, Sunday Joshua Ojolo, Economic Model for the Determination of the Cost and Profit of Waste Recycling. Proceedings from International Conference on Infrastructure Development and the Environment, September 10-15, 2006, Ladi Kwali Conference Center, Abuja, Nigeria, D-368, pp. – 9. http://www.iseg.giees.uncc.edu
Assessment in economic terms of the damages to the environment arising from generated wastes was done in order to improve the ability of everybody to quantitatively grasp the impact of pollution and the effectiveness of any existing policies. An economic model for the determination of the true cost and profit of wastes recycling is presented bearing in the gains arising from recycling of wastes and damages to the environment. daily lives have increased the importance of conducting research that will enable scientists and engineers to assess the damage in economic terms. Such assessment will. In this paper, attempts are made to define these damages and evaluate the economic losses resulting from waste pollution. An economic
Esezobor D.E., Adeosun S.O., Oladoye A.M., Ochulor F. Metal Matrix Composites: Challenges and Opportunities. Proceedings Nigerian Materials Congress NIMACON 2007, Akure, Nigeria. November 14th -17th, 2007, pp.38 – 46
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The paper discusses the challenges in the use of innovative systems in the development of Metal Matrix composites and also in establishing the triangular relationship between processing, microstructure and properties in the development and production of metal matrix composites. It highlights the challenges of cost effectiveness in the development of MMCs, where specialized equipment and know how are needed. The paper outlines the various opportunities of primary and secondary processing methods in manufacturing MMCs
(28) S.A. Balogun, D.E.Esezobor, S. O. Adeosun. Corrosion Behaviour of Aluminum 1017 in Domestic Food – Cooking Environments. Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Engineering Research and Developments: Innovations, ICERD08028: 15 – 17 April, 2008, University of Benin, Benin City, pp. 130 - 137 This paper examines the corrosion behaviour of aluminium (AA 1017) alloy in different domestic food – cooking at a temperature other than ambient temperature. The annealed aluminum alloy, which was heated and left standing in the air showed a higher cumulative corrosion rate when placed in lycopersicum esculentum solution than in capsicum annum or allium cepa solutions. The specimen heated and then super cooled in a refrigerator showed remarkably low level of corrosion in the 288 – hour duration of the experiment. Storing of utensils containing cooking media in a refrigerating system after heating will ensure stable state of the utensils
(29) S.A. Balogun, D.E.Esezobor, S. O. Adeosun. Development of Particulate Reinforced Aluminium Metal Matrix Composite. Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Engineering Research and Developments: Innovations, ICERD08029: 15 – 17 April, 2008, University of Benin, Benin City, pp. 138 - 144 The paper investigates the mechanism controlling the strength of Al-SiC particulate composite produced by liquid metallurgy.
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It studies the effect of particle size, volume fraction and other processing parameters alongside with the development of microstructures suitable for super plasticity in aluminium alloy based MMC.
The study reveals that increasing volume fraction and decreasing particle size of the particulate had significant effect on the mechanical properties, this is explained via the evolving microstructure.
(30) D.E.Esezobor, M.O.H. Amuda, C.U. Kuforiji, G.I. Lawal. Effects of Quenching Variables on the Fracture Toughness of 0.3 C Hypo – Eutectoid Plain Carbon Steel. Proceedings 2nd International Conference on Engineering Research and Developments: Innovations, ICERD08030: 15 – 17 April, 2008, University of Benin, Benin City, 2008 pp. 145 - 151 The paper studies the relative influence of austenizing temperature, quenching media, soaking time, size and shape of materials, and surface condition on the fracture response of plain carbon steel. The study reveals that the fracture toughness decreases with increasing austenitizing temperature and soaking time; and rise when quenching is delayed or at increased plate thickness. Fracture toughness is higher when quenched in oil than in brine solution. The oil and greasy surface records higher value of fracture toughness than clean surface. These results are attributed to the differential distribution of the phase of martensite, ferrite (pearlite) and retained austenite.
D.E. Esezobor, V.I.Rostovsky, O.A.Tunik, O.P.Baidin. “Directions for the Organisation of Waste less Metallurgical Processes”. Research Work Report Deposited with Ukrainian Research Institute of Archival Affairs and Record Keeping: Technical Information Bureau, # 179, Yk- 179/93 January, 1993. p. 1 - 15 (“Deponiravaniye”)
Technical Research Reports
The paper presents the analysis of various sources of iron bearing wastes generated in steel mills and
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Review of experimental methods and theoretical concepts employed by Ukraine Government, institutions of high learning and Research Institutes of wastes-free technology to recover and recycle iron-bearing wastes of metallurgical processes.
(32) D. E. Esezobor and M. O. H. Amuda. Current Issues in Nigeria Steel Development. RPS Publishing Company, Lagos. ISBN-978-065-431-3, 2004, 44 pp This paper identifies and evaluates the circumstances (raw material base, the energy requirement and human resource) under which the development of steel industry in Nigeria is desirable and economically justified. A critical appraisal of the blast furnace technology in the face of new technologies such as the Corex and Fastmet has been attempted. It defines the opportunities for the steel development and derives recommendations as to the governmental and non-governmental role and approach to support the target sector.
Services to the University Member of Faculty of Engineering Board of Studies (2000 – Date)
Member of Faculty of Engineering Research Committee (2000 – 2008)
Member of Faculty of Engineering Computer and Internet Facilities Committee 2000 -2007
Director of e- communications Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department (2001 till date)
Chairman, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering Department Direct Teaching Costs Committee (2004 – 2008)
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Member of Faculty Diploma II Management Committee (2003 – 2006)
Departmental Co-ordinator/Chairman of Post Graduate programmes (2003 – 2007)
Member of Postgraduate School Board of Studies (2003 till date)
Member of Postgraduate School Examinations Results Committee (2003 – 2007)
Member of Postgraduate School Publication Committee (2006 – 2007)
Member of Postgraduate School Academic Programme Committee (2007 till date) Sub Dean Faculty of Engineering (2006 – 2008)
Faculty Co – ordinator of Foundation/Diploma II Programme ( 2006 - 2008)
Member Central Admission Committee (2006 - 2008)
Member Panel of Investigation: Suspected Impersonation Cases (post UME) 2007/2008
Member Faculty Examination Malpractice Panel (2006 – Till Date)
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Acting Head of Department (2008 – Till Date)
Services outside the University
External Moderator / Assessor for Mechanical Engineering Diplomas (Ordinary and Higher National) for the Department of Industrial Maintenance Engineering of Yaba College of Technology, Lagos (2004 till date)
External Examiner in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Science and Technology, Covenant University, Ota 2008 till date
Other Bodies i) General Secretary to Nigerian Corrosion Association, Western Zone (2005 till date)
Treasurer to Nigeria Society of Engineers Mining, Metallurgical and Materials Division (2005 – 2007)
Chairman Harvest Planning Committee, St Alphonsus Catholic Church, Akute 2004 & 2005
Chairman Catholic Men Organisation, St. Alphonsus Parish, (2004 – 2007)
Chairman, Building Committee, St Gabriel’s Catholic Church, Bariga 2008 – Till Date
1st Vice Chairman, Parish Pastorial Council, St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church, Bariga 2009
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REFEREES Prof Olu Ogboja Department of Chemical Engineering Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria. Tel. +23414938637-9; +23415454891-5 ext. 1831; Mobile: 2348036000646 Prof. O. O. Ayeni Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria. Tel. +23414938637-9; +23415454891-5 ext. 1065; Mobile: 2348023045582
Prof O. A. Fakinlede Department of Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka – Yaba, Lagos Mobile: 2348051653619 email@example.com
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