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Mr Amthal Al-Gailani


Crystallization Fouling in Domestic Appliances and Systems (2021)
Journal Article
Al-Gailani, A., Charpentier, T. V., Sanni, O., & Neville, A. (in press). Crystallization Fouling in Domestic Appliances and Systems. Heat Transfer Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1080/01457632.2021.1963091

Formation of mineral scale, particularly calcium carbonate, has long been a concern in domestic appliances such as boilers, steamers and washing machines. In this work, the formation of inorganic deposits was studied on solid surfaces and in the bulk... Read More about Crystallization Fouling in Domestic Appliances and Systems.

Role of temperature, roughness and pressure in crystallization fouling from potable water on aluminium surface (2021)
Journal Article
Al-Gailani, A., Sanni, O., Charpentier, T. V., Barker, R., Crisp, R., Bruins, J. H., & Neville, A. (2021). Role of temperature, roughness and pressure in crystallization fouling from potable water on aluminium surface. Thermal Science and Engineering Progress, 23, Article 100911. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tsep.2021.100911

This work evaluates the influence of surface temperature, roughness and system pressure on the crystallization fouling from potable water on an aluminium substrate. Experiments were conducted using two apparatus; one for temperature and roughness tes... Read More about Role of temperature, roughness and pressure in crystallization fouling from potable water on aluminium surface.

Inorganic fouling of heat transfer surface from potable water during convective heat transfer (2020)
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Al-Gailani, A., Sanni, O., Charpentier, T. V., Crisp, R., Bruins, J. H., & Neville, A. (2021). Inorganic fouling of heat transfer surface from potable water during convective heat transfer. Applied thermal engineering, 184, Article 116271. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2020.116271

In this work, inorganic fouling of the heat transfer surfaces from potable water has been studied using a once-through flow cell to visualize and follow the deposition processes. The effects of surface material and flow rate on the amount and morphol... Read More about Inorganic fouling of heat transfer surface from potable water during convective heat transfer.

Examining the effect of ionic constituents on crystallization fouling on heat transfer surfaces (2020)
Journal Article
Al-Gailani, A., Sanni, O., Charpentier, T. V., Crisp, R., Bruins, J. H., & Neville, A. (2020). Examining the effect of ionic constituents on crystallization fouling on heat transfer surfaces. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 160, Article 120180. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2020.120180

The effect of the most abundant constituents in potable water on fouling of aluminium surface has been studied systematically in this work. The role of sodium, chloride, magnesium and sulphate ions and total organic carbon (TOC) on the fouling kineti... Read More about Examining the effect of ionic constituents on crystallization fouling on heat transfer surfaces.

Numerical study of cuttings transport of nanoparticle-based drilling fluid (2020)
Journal Article
Al-Yasiri, M., Al-Gailani, A., & Wen, D. (2020). Numerical study of cuttings transport of nanoparticle-based drilling fluid. Engineering Reports, 2(5), Article e12154. https://doi.org/10.1002/eng2.12154

Cuttings transportation from the drill bit, through the annulus, to the surface is one of the most important functions performed by drilling fluid. The prediction of drilling fluid's performance to transport cuttings in the annulus is very complex ta... Read More about Numerical study of cuttings transport of nanoparticle-based drilling fluid.

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