Associate Professor:Mahmoud Mohamed Ibrahim Tash
Mining , Petroleum and Metallurgy
 Associate Professor 
Email :mahmoud_tash1***yahoo.com
Mobile :0140077502
Work Phone :5678572
Room Number :32305
Home Phone :0405657528
Birth Date :7/15/1975
Home Page :https://faculty.psau.edu.sa/m.tash
 
Qualifications
imgB.Sc. (1998) "Metallurgical Engineering" Cairo University (Egypt)
imgM.Sc. (2002) "Metallurgical Engineering" Cairo University (Egypt)
imgPh.D. (2005) "Metallurgical Engineering" UQAC with co-direction McGill (Canada)
 
Fields of Interest :
imgMaterials Science and Advanced Engineering Materials
imgMechanical Metallurgy
imgMachinability of metals and alloys
imgCasting and Metal Forming
imgFailure Analysis and Mechanical Behavior of Engineering Materials
imgElecto- and electroless Metal Plating
imgQuality assurance and Accreditation
imgManufacturing Processes
 
Recent Publications :
img-2016-Development of in-Situ Al-Si/CuAl2 Metal Matrix Composites: Microstructure, Hardness, and Wear Behavior
img-2016-Characterization of Aluminum-Based-Surface Matrix Composites with Iron and Iron Oxide Fabricated by Friction Stir Processing
img-2016-Interrelation of Steel Composition, Hardening Route and Tempering Response of Medium Carbon Low-Alloy Steels
img-2016-Effect of Rare Earth Metals on the Microstructure of Al-Si Based Alloys
img-2015-Effect of alloying element and Hot Forging/Rolling Reduction Ratio on Hardness and Impact Toughness of Heat Treated Low Alloy Steels
img-2015-Effect of Laser Speed on Hardness and Corrosion Resistance of Similar and Dissimilar Stainless and Carbon Steels Welding
img-2015-Effect of Alloying and Thermo-Mechanical Treatment (TMT) on Hardness and Impact Toughness of Heat Treated Low Alloy Steels: Experimental Correlation
img-2015-Correlation between Alloying Elements, Aging Parameters, Hardness and Machinability of Aluminum-Silicon Alloys Using the Model “Design of Experiments (DOE)
img-2015-Effect of Hot Rolling Reduction Ratios (Rr) and Alloying Elements (C, Ni, Cr, Mo and V) on Hardness (HV) and Impact Toughness (J) of Heat Treated Low alloy Steels
img-2015-Correlation between Alloying Elements and Aging Parameters and Hardness and Machinability of Aluminum-Silicon Alloys using Minitab Software
img-2015-Effect of Thermomechanical Treatment (TMT) on Hardness, Impact Toughness of Different Grades of Low alloy Steels
img-2015-Laser Welding of Similar Stainless Steels (304/304) and Dissimilar Stainless Steel (304)/Carbon Steel (A36) Alloys
img-2015-Effect of Hot Forging Reduction Ratio And Heat Treatment on Hardness, Impact Toughness and Microstructure of Carbon and Alloy Steels
img-2015-Effect of Be, Zr and Heat Treatment on Mechanical Behavior of Cast Al-Mg-Zn-Cu Alloys (7075)
img-2015-Effect of Hot Work on Hardness and Impact Toughness of Heat Treated Low Alloy Steels
img-2015-Experimental Correlation between Metallurgical Parameters, Hardness and Drilling Force and Moment of Al-Si Alloys
img-2014-Effect of heat treatment Hardness of Al-Cu-Mg-Li-Zr , Al-Mg-Si and and Al-Mg-Zn alloys- Experimental Correlation Using Factorial DOE and ANOVA Methods
img-2014-Aging and Mechanical Behavior of Be-Treated 7075 Aluminum Alloys
img-2013-Experimental Correlation for the effect of Metallurgical Parameters on the Hardness of 356 and 319 Aluminum Alloys Using Minitab Software
img-2013-Effect of Thermo-Mechanical Treatment (TMT) on Hardness of Heat-Treated Al-Mg-Si (6082) alloys: Experimental Correlation Using (DOE) Method
img-2012-Machinability of Heat-Treated 356 and 319 Aluminum Alloys: Methodology for Data Processing and Calculation of Drilling Force and Moment
img-2012-Effect of Thermomechanical Treatment on Mechanical Behaviour and Microstructure of Low Alloy Steel
img-2011-Experimental Correlation between Metallurgical Parameters, Hardness and Machinability 319 Al-Si-Cu-Mg Alloys
img-2008-M Tash et al. Effect of Metallurgical Differences between 356 and 384 Alloys on Their Mechanical Properties, M Tash, Waleed Khalifa, Ahmed El Hashash, MDP-9, Cairo Egypt, 2008
img-2008-M Tash et al. Effect of Metallurgical Differences between 356 and 384 Alloys on Their Mechanical Properties
img-2007-Effect of Metallurgical Parameters on the Hardness and Microstructural Characterization of As-Cast and Heat-Treated 356 and 319 Aluminum Alloys, M.M Tash, F.H. Samuel, F. Mucciardi, H.W. Doty, Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol.443, 2007, pp.185-201.
img-2006-Effect of Metallurgical Parameters on the Machinability of Heat-Treated 356 and 319 Aluminum Alloys, M.M Tash, F.H. Samuel, F. Mucciardi, H.W. Doty, Materials Science and Engineering A, Vol.434, 2006, pp.207-217.
img-2006-Effect of Metallurgical Parameters on the Hardness of Heat-Treated 319 Alloys: Factorial Analysis and Experimental Correlation. M.M Tash, F.H. Samuel, F. Mucciardi, H.W. Doty, AFS Transactions 2006آ©American Foundary Society, Schaumburg, IL USA.
img-2006-Correlation between Metallurgical Parameters and Machinability (Drilling Force, Moment and Heat Build-Up ) of Heat-Treated 319 Alloys Using Factorial Analysis. M.M Tash, F.H. Samuel, F. Mucciardi, H.W. Doty, ArabCast Transaction 2006, SharmEl Sheikh, Egypt.
img-2005-Special conference for GM Powertrain Material Engineering Group, “Exploring the Metallurgical Differences Between 319 and 356 alloy on High-speed Machining Characteristicsâ€‌, Detroit,US,9-11 may 2005.
img-2004-One day conference, REGAL group, “Effect of Metallurgical Parameters on the Machinability of Heat-Treated 356 and 319 Aluminum Alloysâ€‌, University of Laval, Quebec, Canada,2004.