Nabil Eltayeb  

Professor Nabil Eltayeb

Professor, Programme Director and Academic Advisor for Postgraduate studies, Faculty of Engineering


Profile

  • Email: Nabil.eltayeb@bue.edu.eg
  • Building: A
  • Employee type: Full-time
  • Extension Number: 1407
  • Room: 211
  • Education History: Professor Nabil El-Tayeb gained his PhD from Leeds University in Leeds, UK (1986), attended his MSc at Aston University in Birmingham, UK (1982), and received his first degree “BSc” distinction with honor from Helwan University-Cairo (1977).
  • Bio:  Professor Nabil El-Tayeb gained his PhD from Leeds University in Leeds, UK (1986), attended his MSc at Aston University in Birmingham, UK (1982), and received his first degree “BSc” distinction with honor from Helwan University-Cairo (1977).  Previously, he worked as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, and Professor at Faculty of Engineering (Helwan University-Cairo), Technical Military collage (Defense Ministry- Cairo), Automobile High Industrial Institute Wadi Hoef (Ministry of higher education- Cairo), Industrial Education collage in Bani-Suif (Ministry of higher education-Egypt), Mechanical department (Leeds University-UK), and Faculty of Engineering & Technology (Multimedia University – FET, MMU, Melaka, Malaysia), The British University in Egypt (BUE) at Mechanical Engineering Department.  Currently, he is a full professor at the mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya Research Interests and Publications  His current research interests lie in the Mechanical and Tribology of Materials (Tribological characterizations of polymers and their composites including synthetic and natural fibres), Tribological Design, Cryogenic Tribology and Machining, Mechanical treatment of non-ferrous and polymeric materials, Diagnosis of surfaces deterioration, Machinability of polymeric composite materials, and Applications of Statistic and Artificial intelligent approaches in experimental oriented researches for Tribo-systems.  Professor El-Tayeb has over 85 Research Publications in the International journals of: Wear, Tribology International, Proc. IMechE Part J: J. Engineering Tribology, Materials Processing Technology, Materials & Design, Tribology online, Tribology Letter, International Polymer Processing, Tribology Transaction, Applied Composite Materials, Lubrication Science, Machining Science and Technology, Applied sciences, American Journal of Applied Sciences, Surface Review and Letters.  Besides, 10 Technical and Industrial Reports, and over 25 International conference papers at 14th Int. Colloquium Tribology, Tribology & Lubrication Eng. Stuttgart/ Ostfildern, Germany 2004, ASME World Tribology Congress III- Washington USA, 2005, Recent Advances in Mechanical & Materials Engineering (ICRAMME 2005)KL, Malaysia, 2005, 8th Biennial ASME Conference on Engineering systems Design and Analysis-Torino Italy-2006, ICOMAST, Melaka-Malaysia, 2006, ASME International, Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition Orlando Florid-USA 2007, Manufacturing & Electronic Technology- Johor Malaysia 2006, Engineering & ICT (ICEI 2007), Melaka-Malaysia), 8th International Conference on Production Engineering and Design for Development (PEDD8, 2010),  In addition to the above publications, there are more than 50 other National and International publications (before 2000) at Conferences and Bulletins: 17th AMME 1997 Conference (Third International) on Applied Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering, Military Technical College, 26th Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, Leeds University, 14th-17th September 1999. Engineering Research Bulletin, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Helwan University, Mataria, Cairo, Egypt, Scientific Bulletin, Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Egyptian Society of Tribology, EGTRIB’89/91, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt1989, 4th International Conference on Production Engineering and Design for Development (PEDD4 1993, 1997, 2010), Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, The 10th International Colloquium Tribology, Stuttgart / Ostfldern, Germany, January 9-11, 1996 (Development of Research Themes) Natural fibers reinforced polymers: (On the development and evaluation of new polymeric composite Materials reinforced with natural fibers for Tribological applications, Fabrication and characterization of Sugarcane, Coconut, rice husk, Bamboo, Oil palm (continuous and chopped) fibers reinforced polymers (epoxy and polyester), Brake/pads: (Friction induced vibration in lining braking system, Dry and wet sliding performance of commercial and non-commercial brake pad/lining materials) Polymer (On the behavior of running-in time, interface temperature, and transfer film of sliding polymeric materials, (Or On the study of running-in time and friction induced temperature in sliding contact between flat /circular composite materials), Dynamic characteristics of polymeric material flat/circular contacts under normal forces, Determination of Contact Temperature During Sliding Surfaces Elastomer (Rubber): Friction Behavior and Wear Mechanisms of Elastomer (Rubber) Materials, On the fracture topography of modified elastomers and the measured mechanical properties: Cryogenic and Tribo-Machining Processes: Cryogenic Friction Behavior and Wear Mechanisms of Modified titanium alloys, and polymeric composite Materials, Burnishing Process: Tribological characteristics of cylindrical contacts burnished surfaces (or the formation of wear debris in burnished surfaces: a comparative study with polished surfaces). On using burnishing process to improve the characteristics of polymeric surfaces. Hydrodynamics: Surface roughness effects on thermo-hydrodynamic lubrication of journal bearings, Effect of roughness, porosity, and aerated oil on: load carrying capacity of plain (tilted-pad) bearings (par-I), load carrying capacity of journal bearings (part-II), On the Study of Hydrodynamic Performance of Thrust Pad Bearings. Modeling and prediction of material properties: Implementation of RSM methodology to predict material properties and describe their behaviour, Utilizing ANN approach to estimate the characteristics and behaviour of composite materials Teaching and supervision activities He has been involved in teaching several modules of undergraduate and postgraduate (more than 22 modules) including Engineering Tribology, Engineering Design I&II, Applied Statics, Design of Machine Elements, Machine Design, Strength of Materials, Engineering Graphics I&II, Engineering and Mechanical Drawing, Engineering Materials and their Properties, Composite Materials, Mechanics of Materials, Engineering Metrology, Structural and Stress Analysis. Mechanical Vibrations, Manufacturing Technology, Computer (Auto CAD, and Microsoft office ...), FYPs: Design and Tribology,  Professor El-Tayeb has been supervised undergraduate students (more than 92 FYPs and 24 ITPs) and postgraduate students (5-PhD and 8-MSc students). Curriculum Development.  At FET-MMU, I developed and modified the curriculum for several engineering modules, including: Engineering Design 1&2, Engineering Graphics 1&2, Engineering Tribology, and Fluid power,  Also I have been deeply involved in the exercise of out-come base syllabus and syllabi re-look for mechanical program for LAN, FET-MMU.  At FE-HU, I have shared in preparing and developing the syllabi for many engineering subjects such as: Tribology, Design of Machine Elements, Machine Design, Engineering drawing, Mechanical drawing, Strength of materials, and properties of materials. Teaching Ability & Academic Evaluation • I have been rewarded about 20 appreciation certificates for excellence teaching ability plus several Achievement Certificates from MMU. • I have been assigned as a teaching observer to observe and evaluate teaching performance of new MMU lecturers. Published TEXT BOOKS : • Published more than 6 undergraduate text books in: Mechanical design, Engineering Tribology, strength of Materials, engineering graphics, Mechanical drawing, and Metrology Establishment of Tribo Lab and Lab Supervision • I established a Tribology lab at FET-MMU, Melaka (2003). I designed and fabricated several Tribo test machines for research and undergraduate teaching experiments. These test machines are currently used by FYP students as well as PG students. The process of upgrading the Tribology lab is continued until 2007 by designing and fabricating new devices and various test machines to enhance the work efficiency and research facilities at the lab. Technical Projects, Research Grants More than 6 technical report were published including • On Tribological Properties of Industrial Rubber Materials (Deproteinised Natural Rubber and Polyisoprene), Malaysian Rubber Board, Rubber Research Institute Experimental Station, Sg. Buloh, Selangor, Malaysia, Internal funding PR/2004/0404, MMU, 17 March 2005, pp1-37. • “On the Study of Tribological Characteristics of Modern Engineering Materials. Part-I, CRPP, MMU, sponsored by Telecom R&D funding, PR/2004/0402T, DEC 2004, 1-19. • “On Optimization of Burnishing Parameters for Improvement of Surface Qualities and Tribological Properties of Non-Ferrous Materials”, PR/2005/0531, June 2006. • “Evaluation of new frictional brake pad materials” PR/2005/0450, Dec 2006. • “On the abrasive wear behavior of natural and synthetic fibre reinforced polymers” Tribology Laboratory, AEL Technical Report 01-10, Nov.2006, Funded by Telecom R&D Funding, Project Account Number: PR/2005/0556. • “A Study On the resistance of treated polymeric surfaces to a single pass scratching action” Tribology Laboratory, 30-3-2007, Funded by Telecom R&D Funding, Project Account Number: PR/2005/0531. RECOGNITIONS and CONFERENCE ORGONIZATION • A Technical reviewerat Int. Journals and Conferences: Wear, Tribology International, Materials Science and Engineering A, Materials Science and Engineering B, Materials processing and technology, Applied polymer science, Materials and Design, IMech Engineers, Part J, Engineering Tribology, IMech Engineers, Part H, Engineering Medicine, Tribology Transactions, BioResurce, ICOMAST2006, ECASIA’05. • PhD and MSc thesis Examiner in several Malaysian Universities, India, Australia • A member of technical committee for screening projects, MOSTI, Malaysia, • A penal member of UTeM for research products and innovations, • Co-Chairman of ICOMAST2006, Malaysia, • Chairman of Technical committee of ICOMAST2006, Malaysia, • Keynote Speaker at Int. Conf. on Intelligent Science and Technology (2009) India, • Chairing Sessions ICOMAST2006 Malaysia, • Chairing sessions at -(IIST2009) India, • Technical Reviewer in external Committees: Advanced Materials and Nano-Technology. Technical Science Fund projects, UM, a referee for Research product and innovation competition in Engineering and Technology. UTeMEx Exhibition 2008 (UTeMEX’08) at Melaka International Trade Center (MITC) on 27th -30th March 2008, a member of a technical committee MTDF to evaluate Applied Sciences applications for Science fund, • Chairperson of MMU Promotion Criteria Cluster Committee (Engineering), • Member of MMU Promotion Criteria Coordinating Committee
  • Fields of Interest: Mechanical and Tribology of Materials (Tribological characterizations of polymers and their composites including synthetic and natural fibres), Tribological Design, Cryogenic Tribology and Machining, Mechanical treatment of non-ferrous and polymeric materials, Diagnosis of surfaces deterioration, Machinability of polymeric composite materials, and Applications of Statistic and Artificial intelligent approaches in experimental oriented researches for Tribo-systems.
  • Projects Supervised: 1. On the Study of Tribological characteristics of Modern Engineering Materials, Internal PR/2004/0402, MMU, RM 10000, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb and B. F. Yousif, 2. On the Tribological performance of microwave cured modified rubber, Internal PR/2004/0404, MMU, RM 8000, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb and Ramdziah M.N., 3. On Optimization of Burnishing Parameters for Improvement of Surface Qualities and Tribological Properties of Non-Ferrous Materials, Internal PR/2005/0531,RM 15900.00 June 2006, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb, K.O. Low, P.V. Brevern 4. A Comparative Study on Dry and Wet Sliding Frictional and Wear Performance of Commercial Brake Pad/Lining Materials, Internal PR/2005/0450,MMU , RM 38192.00 +RM 14,896, Nabil and Liew 5. On the abrasive wear behavior of synthetics and natural fiber reinforced polymers, Internal PR/2005/0556, MMU RM 11500.00,+ RM9,500 Nabil and Belal, 6. A study on the resistance of treated polymeric surfaces to a single pass scratching action, Grant No. Internal PR/2005/0531, MMU, CRPP, RM 18500. 7. Development and tribological behavior study of Aluminum metal matrix composites for Automotive brake rotor applications, Internal PR/2005/0448, RM 9669.2, Maleque, Nabil EL-Tayeb, and Belal Yousif, 8. Machinability studies of modified Titanium alloy (Ti6A1-4BV) in turning and drilling operations, Internal PR/2005/0451, RM 35000.00, Nabil and Peter, completed 9. Tribological behaviour and Machinability of Titanium Alloys under different Machining processes, Yab Tez Chuen, Internal PR/2006/0629, MMU, RM12, 500, Yap Tze, Nabil El-Tayeb, Peter Von Breven, V.C. Venkatesh. 10. Precision cryogenic green machining of Ti 6-4 alloy using the novel bondless diamond grinding wheel, V.C. Venkatesh, PR/2006/ 0627, P.V. Breven, and N.S.M El-Tayeb(I) PhD Level: 6-PhD completed + 1PhD @ the final stage + 2-PhD in progress (II) MSc Level: 12-MSc completed + 2-MSc in progress (III) BSc Level: 121-BSc completed @ MMU + 11 Projects @ HU + 21 Projects @ BUE) (IV) Industrial Training levels: 33 IRPA Research Project (Completed) [1] Development of new binderless diamond wheel for ultra-precision grinding / Determination of Amonton, Merchant and Shaw friction coefficients. RM35000. Project number (TBA) UTKM V.C. Venkatesh, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb, P.V. Brevern Top down IRPA research project: Completed eScience Fund Project (uncompleted) [2] Monitoring Conditions and Early Detection of Rubbing Surfaces Deterioration in Turbo- machinery Based on Vibration and Noise Signals of Friction Induced Wear, RM 300,00.00, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb (Project leader) IRPA projects: eScienceFund [3] Field Development of Structural Health Telemonitoring System of Critical Engineering Structures from Ambient Vibration Measurement. RM 196,000,.Huang Fa Jyh (Project leader) and Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb IRPA Projects under Development • On the Development and Improvement of Highly Commercial Low cost Polymeric Composite Materials Reinforced with Malaysian Natural Fibers to Replace the Synthetic Fibers? Project leader: Dr. Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb 1. On the Study of Tribological characteristics of Modern Engineering Materials, Internal PR/2004/0402, MMU, RM 10000, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb and B. F. Yousif, 2. On the Tribological performance of microwave cured modified rubber, Internal PR/2004/0404, MMU, RM 8000, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb and Ramdziah M.N., 3. On Optimization of Burnishing Parameters for Improvement of Surface Qualities and Tribological Properties of Non-Ferrous Materials, Internal PR/2005/0531,RM 15900.00 June 2006, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb, K.O. Low, P.V. Brevern 4. A Comparative Study on Dry and Wet Sliding Frictional and Wear Performance of Commercial Brake Pad/Lining Materials, Internal PR/2005/0450,MMU , RM 38192.00 +RM 14,896, Nabil and Liew 5. On the abrasive wear behavior of synthetics and natural fiber reinforced polymers, Internal PR/2005/0556, MMU RM 11500.00,+ RM9,500 Nabil and Belal, 6. A study on the resistance of treated polymeric surfaces to a single pass scratching action, Grant No. Internal PR/2005/0531, MMU, CRPP, RM 18500. 7. Development and tribological behavior study of Aluminum metal matrix composites for Automotive brake rotor applications, Internal PR/2005/0448, RM 9669.2, Maleque, Nabil EL-Tayeb, and Belal Yousif, 8. Machinability studies of modified Titanium alloy (Ti6A1-4BV) in turning and drilling operations, Internal PR/2005/0451, RM 35000.00, Nabil and Peter, completed 9. Tribological behaviour and Machinability of Titanium Alloys under different Machining processes, Yab Tez Chuen, Internal PR/2006/0629, MMU, RM12, 500, Yap Tze, Nabil El-Tayeb, Peter Von Breven, V.C. Venkatesh. 10. Precision cryogenic green machining of Ti 6-4 alloy using the novel bondless diamond grinding wheel, V.C. Venkatesh, PR/2006/ 0627, P.V. Breven, and N.S.M El-Tayeb IRPA Research Project (Completed) [1] Development of new binderless diamond wheel for ultra-precision grinding / Determination of Amonton, Merchant and Shaw friction coefficients. RM35000. Project number (TBA) UTKM V.C. Venkatesh, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb, P.V. Brevern Top down IRPA research project: Completed eScience Fund Project (uncompleted) [2] Monitoring Conditions and Early Detection of Rubbing Surfaces Deterioration in Turbo- machinery Based on Vibration and Noise Signals of Friction Induced Wear, RM 300,00.00, Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb (Project leader) IRPA projects: eScienceFund [3] Field Development of Structural Health Telemonitoring System of Critical Engineering Structures from Ambient Vibration Measurement. RM 196,000,.Huang Fa Jyh (Project leader) and Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb IRPA Projects under Development • On the Development and Improvement of Highly Commercial Low cost Polymeric Composite Materials Reinforced with Malaysian Natural Fibers to Replace the Synthetic Fibers? Project leader: Dr. Nabil S.M. EL-Tayeb

Publications

[1]. N.S.M. El-Tayeb, T.C. Yap, P.V. Brevern. On the Tribo-Cryogenic Characteristics of Titanium. Proc. IMechE Vol.224 Part J: J. Engineering Tribology, issue: J4, pp: 395-409, 2010. Accepted on 25th Nov 2009, DOI:10.1243/13506501JET703. [2]. N.S.M. El-Tayeb and T.C. Yap, P.V. Brevern. A Study on Cryo-Sliding Behaviour of Titanium Alloys against Tungsten Carbide, PEDD8 Conference, 9-11 March 2010, International Conference for Production Design for Development, Ain Shams University, Faculty of Engineering, proceedings under printing progress Accepted and presented [3]. P. Chockalingam, N.S.M. El-Tayeb, Empirical model to predict the surface roughness for grinding GFRP composite material using RSM, International Conference on Design and Concurrent Engineering (iDECON2010) Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka 20-21 September 2010. [4]. Chockalingam Palanisamy, Nabil El-Tayeb, Peter Von Brevern, Empirical Model to predict the surface roughness for grinding GFRP Composite. IMECE2010-37034, ASME, 2010 [5]. N.S.M. El-Tayeb, T.C. Yap, P.V. Brevern. Wear Characteristics of Titanium Alloy Ti54 for Cryogenic sliding Applications Tribology International, 43 (2010) 2345–2354. Sent on 18th august 2009- Comments19/8/2010, revised on 23/8/2010, Accepted on 31/8/2010, Tribology International [6]. B.F. Yousif, N.S.M. El-Tayeb, Wear characteristics of thermoset composite under high stress three body abrasive Tribology International, 43 (12) (2010) 2365–2371., Accepted on 31/8/2010 [7]. N.S.M. El-Tayeb a, T.C. Yap b , P.V. Brevern, A Study on Cryo-Sliding Behaviour of Titanium Alloys against Tungsten Carbide, 8th PEDD, Int. Conference on Production Engineering and Design for Development (PEDD2010), Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt, March 1-3, 2010 [8]. Anushya R., K.W. Liew*, N.S.M. El-Tayeb, "A Study on the Delamination Phenomenon in GFRP using RSM", Proc. International Conference on Design and Concurrent Engineering 2010, Melaka, Malaysia 20-21 Sept., 2010. PP:495-500, ISBN 983-2948-84-1. (Awarded The Best Oral Presenter Award) [9]. Tze Chuen YAP, N.S.M. El-Tayeb, Peter von Brevern, K.S. Sim, "Correlation of Wear Debris Morphology and Wear Mechanism of Ti-5Al-4V-0.6Mo-0.4 Fe Slides against Tungsten Carbide under Dry and Cryogenic Conditions", Int. J. Surface Science and Engineering (IJSurfSE) Vol. 5, Nos. 5/6, 2011, 463-481. Accepted on 1/9/2011 ISSN (Online): 1749-7868 - ISSN (Print): 1749-785X [10]. N.S.M. El-Tayeb and Purushothaman Srinivasan. Prediction of Burnishing Surface Integrity using Radial Basis Function. Int. J. Mechanical and Materials Engineering (IJMME), Vol.6 (2011), No.3, 391-399 [11]. Ahmed A. D. Sarhan, N.S.M. EL-TAYEB, 2012 “Prediction of Burnishing Surface Roughness of Brass using Fuzzy Rule Based System” 5th AUN/SEED-Net – RC ManuE 2012, EDSA Shangri-La Manila, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City, Philippines, November 5-6, 2012 . [12]. Tamer A. Mohamed and N.S.M. El-Tayeb, “A Multi-Objective Optimization of Burnishing Process For Polymeric Surfaces Using Response Surface Methodology, CIE43 Proceedings, 16-18 October 2013, The University of Hong Kong.

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