Dr Muhammad Farzik Ijaz received a PhD and MSc in Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Tsukuba Japan in 2015. Following his doctoral he worked as a Postdoctoral research follow (ATER-academic) at Université deToulouse, France. Before joining King Saud University Saudi Arabia he was working as a Lecturer and Researcher in Czech Technical University Prague. His scientific focus areas and general pedagogical interests are pertinent to Structures and Mechanical Engineering of Advanced Materials.
ME 496 - Senior Design Project 1 Design and Development of test bench for Predicting Fatigue Life of Thin Metallic Wire
Study of the mechanical behavior of solid bodies (Rods, shafts, beams, etc.) under various types of loading. Mechanical and thermal stresses and strains; Stress-strain relations; Axial...
Selected and contemporary topics in the general area of  Material Science and Engineering  are covered
In this this work, superelastic NiTi and Ni-free Ti-23Hf-3Mo-4Sn biomedical alloys were investigated by tensile tests in relationship with their microstructures. To follow the stress-...
Selective  laser  melting  (SLM)  is  an  additive  manufacturing  process  that  builds  metal  components according to computer-aided design (CAD), selectively fusing and consolidating...
Owing to their superior biocompatibility, titanium and its alloys are often the first choice for implant materials in biomedical applications, especially for dental and bone repairs (...