Saed A Musmar

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Industrial Engineering Department
The university of Jordan



                     

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Scopus Publications

  • Triple Diffusive Unsteady Flow of Eyring–Powell Nanofluid Over a Periodically Accelerated Surface With Variable Thermal Features
    Sami Ullah Khan, Hanumesh Vaidya, Wathek Chammam, Sa'ed A. Musmar, K. V. Prasad, and Iskander Tlili

    Frontiers in Physics, eISSN: 2296424X, Published: 24 July 2020 Frontiers Media SA

  • Aspects of chemical entropy generation in flow of casson nanofluid between radiative stretching disks
    Nargis Khan, Iram Riaz, Muhammad Sadiq Hashmi, Saed A. Musmar, Sami Ullah Khan, Zahra Abdelmalek, and Iskander Tlili

    Entropy, eISSN: 10994300, Published: 1 May 2020 MDPI AG
    The appropriate utilization of entropy generation may provoke dipping losses in the available energy of nanofluid flow. The effects of chemical entropy generation in axisymmetric flow of Casson nanofluid between radiative stretching disks in the presence of thermal radiation, chemical reaction, and heat absorption/generation features have been mathematically modeled and simulated via interaction of slip boundary conditions. Shooting method has been employed to numerically solve dimensionless form of the governing equations, including expressions referring to entropy generation. The impacts of the physical parameters on fluid velocity components, temperature and concentration profiles, and entropy generation number are presented. Simulation results revealed that axial component of velocity decreases with variation of Casson fluid parameter. A declining variation in Bejan number was noticed with increment of Casson fluid constant. Moreover, a progressive variation in Bejan number resulted due to the impact of Prandtl number and stretching ratio constant.

  • Biodiesel production from Melia azedarach and Ricinus communis oil by transesterification process
    Muhammad Awais, Sa’ed A Musmar, Faryal Kabir, Iram Batool, Muhammad Asif Rasheed, Farrukh Jamil, Sami Ullah Khan, and Iskander Tlili

    Catalysts, eISSN: 20734344, Published: April 2020 MDPI AG
    Biodiesel is a renewable fuel usually produced from vegetable oils and animal fats. This study investigates the extraction of oil and its conversion into biodiesel by base-catalyzed transesterification. Firstly, the effect of various solvents (methanol, n-hexane, chloroform, di-ethyl ether) on extraction of oil from non-edible crops, such as R. communis and M. azedarach, were examined. It was observed that a higher concentration of oil was obtained from R. communis (43.6%) as compared to M. azedarach (35.6%) by using methanol and n-hexane, respectively. The extracted oils were subjected to NaOH (1%) catalyzed transesterification by analyzing the effect of oil/methanol molar ratio (1:4, 1:6, 1:8 and 1:10) and varying temperature (20, 40, 60 and 80 °C) for 2.5 h of reaction time. M. azedarach yielded 88% and R. communis yielded 93% biodiesel in 1:6 and 1:8 molar concentrations at ambient temperature whereas, 60 °C was selected as an optimum temperature, giving 90% (M. azedarach) and 94% (R. communis) biodiesel. The extracted oil and biodiesel were characterized for various parameters and most of the properties fulfilled the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard biodiesel. The further characterization of fatty acids was done by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS) and oleic acid was found to be dominant in M. azedarach (61.5%) and R. communis contained ricinoleic acid (75.53%). Furthermore, the functional groups were analyzed by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy. The results suggested that both of the oils are easily available and can be used for commercial biodiesel production at a cost-effective scale.

  • Effect of cylinder-liner rotation on wear rate: An experimental study
    Sa'ed A. Musmar, Ammar Alrousan, and Iskander Tlili

    Heliyon, ISSN: 24058440, Published: July 2019 Elsevier BV
    In rotating cylinder-piston system, the largest losses source is frictional losses, accounting for 50% of the total frictional losses, thus it is important to optimize. Effect of incremental rotation of a cylinder liner on its wear rate was investigated. The engine speed, load and the cylinder rotating angle were the main parameter. The results showed that the wear rate may be reduced to the half simply by rotating cylinder liner every six hours’ time interval of working. The test was carried out in pairs using a piston cylinder with movable liner and compared to a standard cylinder liner (fixed liner). Angles of 60o, 120o, 180o, 240o, and 300o were used for incremental movement. The same operating conditions for two cylinders were maintained for the purpose of comparison. Beneficial effects of reducing the wear rate for all components of the piston-cylinder arrangement associated with incremental rotational movement of a cylinder linear were noticed. A decrease in wear rate was obvious in the cylinder liner in rotation angles of 120o and 240o and it is almost one-fourth of the wear that occurs in the stationary cylinder liner.

  • Effect of anodes-cathodes inter-distances of HHO fuel cell on gasoline engine performance operating by a blend of HHO
    Ammar A. Al-Rousan and Sa'ed A. Musmar

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, ISSN: 03603199, Pages: 19213-19221, Published: 11 October 2018 Elsevier BV

  • Traffic emission control through gasoline automotive engine mixture enhancement
    Sa'ed A. Musmar, Sharaf Alkheder, Ammar A. Al-Rousan, Mousa Al-Ajlouni, Yaser Jaradat, Madhar Taamneh, and Walid Khresat

    Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy, ISSN: 19447442, eISSN: 19447450, Pages: 761-765, Published: March 2018 Wiley

  • The effect of rolling direction on the weld structure and mechanical properties of DP 1000 steel
    Walid Khraisat, Wisam Abu Jadayil, Yazan Al-Zain, and Sa’ed Musmar

    Cogent Engineering, eISSN: 23311916, Pages: 1-11, Published: 1 January 2018 Informa UK Limited
    Abstract Since gas metal arc welding (GMAW) is a common procedure to join different sheets in the industry, the welding direction dependence on the rolling direction was investigated for a welded DP1000, a cold-rolled dual phase steel. Microstructural investigations and mechanical tests were conducted on two weldments; one being welded parallel to the rolling direction and the second transverse to the rolling direction and the results were compared. It was found that there is a higher degree of softening of the heat-affected zone in the sample welded parallel to the rolling direction. Although this softening did not significantly decrease the tensile strength or the hardness of this sample when compared to the one welded transverse to the rolling direction, the elongation was twice as high in the former sample. That is related to the slower heat dissipation in the sample welded parallel to the rolling direction as confirmed by its microstructural products.

  • Green transportation: Increasing fuel consumption efficiency through HHO gas injection in diesel vehicles
    Ammar A. Al Rousan, Sharaf Alkheder, N.A. Sa', ed A. Musmar, and Mohammed Awwad Al Dabbas

    International Journal of Global Warming, ISSN: 17582083, eISSN: 17582091, Pages: 372-384, Published: 2018 Inderscience Publishers

  • Performance Analysis of a New Water-based Microcooling System
    Sa'ed A. Musmar, A. T. Al-Halhouli, Iskander Tlili, and S. Büttgenbach

    Experimental Heat Transfer, ISSN: 08916152, eISSN: 15210480, Pages: 485-499, Published: 3 July 2016 Informa UK Limited
    In the electronic industry, dissipating the heat load becomes a critical factor for highly developed designs. These require higher power transfer in a more compact size. In the current study, a new microcooling system was developed and tested. It utilizes the enhancement in heat transfer characteristics associated with implementing a vortex promoter in the evaporator segment of a water-based heat pipe. The test evaporator was a cavity of 4-mm diameter and 23-mm length in an electrically heated aluminum block. A helical coil (of various diameters, namely 500, 300, and 250 μm) was introduced to the evaporator segment to act as a vortex promoter. Configurations of a new microcooling system based on a modified heat pipe technology were built and tested. The presented system proves to work efficiently in situations where a closed-loop thermosyphon encounters film boiling limitation. The most efficient configuration has a flow modifier diameter about one-tenth of the evaporator chamber gap, while the diameter of the return line was three-quarters of the evaporator gap. This configuration shows a stable operation characteristic and possesses high thermal efficiency. The maximum heat flux obtained by such a configuration was 305 W/cm2 when it runs at 103°C saturated temperature and 0.01°C/W thermal resistance. A uniform temperature distribution along the system was noticed.

  • Urban traffic pollution reduction for sedan cars using petrol engines by hydro-oxide gas inclusion
    Ammar A. Al-Rousan, Sharaf Alkheder, and Sa’ed A. Musmar

    Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, ISSN: 10962247, eISSN: 21622906, Pages: 1456-1460, Published: 2 December 2015 Informa UK Limited
    Petrol cars, in particular nonhybrid cars, contribute significantly to the pollution problem as compared with other types of cars. The originality of this article falls in the direction of using hydro-oxy gas to reduce pollution from petrol car engines. Experiments were performed in city areas at low real speeds, with constant engine speeds in the average of 2500 rpm and at variable velocity ratios (first speed was 10–20 km/hr, second speed was 20–35 km/hr, and third speed was 35–50 km/hr). Results indicated that through using hydro-oxy gas, a noticeable reduction in pollution was recorded. Oxygen (O2) percentage has increased by about 2.5%, and nitric oxide (NO) level has been reduced by about 500 ppm. Carbon monoxide (CO) has decreased by about 2.2%, and also CO2 has decreased by 2.1%. It’s worth mentioning that for hybrid system in cars at speeds between 10 and 50 km/hr, the emission percentage change is zero. However, hybrid cars are less abundant than petrol cars. Implications: The originality of this paper falls in the direction of using hydro-oxy gas to reduce pollution from petrol car engines. Experiments were performed in city areas at low real speeds, with constant engine speeds in the average of 2500 rpm and at variable velocity ratios (first speed was 10–20 km/hr, second speed was 20–35 km/hr, and third speed was 35–50 km/h).

  • Design optimization of thermal heat engines
    International Journal of Heat and Technology, ISSN: 03928764, Issue: 1-2, Pages: 45-50, Published: 2014

  • Thermodynamic evaluation of a second order simulation for Yoke Ross Stirling engine
    Iskander Tlili and Sa’ed A. Musmar

    Energy Conversion and Management, ISSN: 01968904, Pages: 149-160, Published: 2013 Elsevier BV

  • Effect of HHO gas on combustion emissions in gasoline engines
    Sa’ed A. Musmar and Ammar A. Al-Rousan
    ISSN: 00162361, Pages: 3066-3070, Published: October 2011 Elsevier BV
    Reducing the emission pollution associated with oil combustion is gaining an increasing interest worldwide. Recently, Brown’s gas (HHO gas) has been introduced as an alternative clean source of energy. A system to generate HHO gas has been built and integrated with Honda G 200 (197 cc single cylinder engine). The results show that a mixture of HHO, air, and gasoline cause a reduction in the concentration of emission pollutant constituents and an enhancement in engine efficiency. The emission tests have been done with varying the engine speed. The results show that nitrogen monoxide (NO) and nitrogen oxides (NOX) have been reduced to about 50% when a mixture of HHO, air, and fuel was used. Moreover, the carbon monoxide concentration has been reduced to about 20%. Also a reduction in fuel consumption has been noticed and it ranges between 20% and 30%.

Publications

1. " Bioconvection in Cross Nano-Materials with Magnetic Dipole Impacted by Activation Energy, Thermal Radiation, and Second Order Slip", Symmetry 2020, 12, 1019; doi:10.3390/sym12061019
2. " Aspects of Chemical Entropy Generation in Flow of Casson Nanofluid between Radiative Stretching Disks, Entropy, 2020, 22, 495; doi:10.3390/e22050495
3. " Biodiesel Production from Melia azedarach and Ricinus communis Oil by Transesterification Process", Catalysts 2020, 10, 427; doi:10.3390/catal10040427
4. "Effect of cylinder-liner rotation on wear rate: An experimental study" Heliyon, Vol. 5, Issue 7, 2019, pp. e 02065
5. "Effect of anodes-cathodes inter-distances of HHO fuel cell on gasoline engine performance operating by a blend of HHO",International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Volume 43, Issue 41, 11 October 2018, Pages 19213-19221
6. "The effect of rolling direction on the weld structure and mechanical properties of DP 1000 steel‏, 2018,Cogent Engineering 5 (1), 1-11.
7. "Green transportation: increasing fuel consumption efficiency through HHO gas injection in diesel vehicles"‏,International Journal of Global Warming,2018,14 (3), 372-384.
8. "Traffic emission control through gasoline automotive engine mixture enhancement‏",2018, Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy 37 (2), 761-765.
9. "ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION EFFECT ON WORLDWIDE PASSENGERS AIRLINES NETWORKS",Journal of Nature Science and Sustainable Technology,2016, 10 (3), 269"New Water Based Micro-Cooling System”‏Experimental Heat Transfer,2016, DOI 10 (08916152.2015), 1024353‏.
10. . Urban traffic pollution reduction for sedan cars using petrol engines by hydro-oxide gas inclusion‏, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association,2015, 65 (12), 1456-1460.
11. “Design optimization of thermal heat engines”‏, International Journal of Heat and Technology, 2015, 32
12. Numerical Investigation of Working Fluid Effect on Stirling Engine Performance‏
Int. J. of Thermal & Environmental Engineering,2015, 10 (1), 31 – 36.
13. "Performance analysis of a new Waste Heat Recovery System‏",,2015,,International Journal of Thermal and Environmental Engineering 10, 31-36‏.
14. Thermodynamic evaluation of a second order simulation for Yoke Ross Stirling engine‏, Energy conversion and management, 2013,68, 149-160.
15. “Effect of HHO gas on combustion emissions in gasoline engines”. Fuel, 90, 2011, PP. 3066-3070.
16. “A Novel In-Situ Thermal Analysis Technique for Aluminum Alloys: 356, 319, Al-xSi, Al-Si-Cu-xMg, and 6063 - Experimental Study”, American Foundry Society (AFS), Texas, Texas, May, 2007.
17. “New Thermal Analysis Probe for Aluminum Alloys”, International Arab Metallurgist Conference, Sharemelshek, Egypt, November 11, 2007.
18. “In-Situ Thermal Analysis Probe”, Light Metals, 2006, Annual Conference of Metallurgists of CIM, Montreal, Canada, 2006.
19. “Invistigation of Iron and Copper Intermetallics in 356 Aluminum Alloy and in Al-7%Si Binary Alloy by an In-Situ Thermal Analysis Probe”, 110th Metal Casting Congress, American Foundry Society (AFS), Columbus, Ohio, on April 18-21, 2006.
20. New Heat Pipe Technology for In-situ Thermal Analysis of Aluminum Alloys, Regal Student Day, Poster session, Quebec, 2004. Mémoire de la recherche, Journée des étudiants du REGAL, Les Presses de l’aluminium, Chicoutimi, 2005, p. 45.
21. In-situ Thermal Analysis Technology for Aluminum Foundry Alloys”, 43rd Annual Conference of Metallurgists of CIM, Light Metals and Metal Matrix Composites, Hamilton, 2004.
22. “Enhancing Solar Energy Collection by using curved flow technology coupled with flow in porous media: an experimental study”. Solar Energy, 75, 2003, pp. 261-268.

23. Diffusive unsteady flow of Eyring-Powell nanofluid over a periodically accelerated surface with variable thermal features, Frontiers in Physics, acceptance letter June 2020.