OMOTOYINBO AJIBADE JOSEPH (Basic Profile)
Surname OMOTOYINBO
Other Names AJIBADE JOSEPH
Post READER
Email Address jaomotoyinbo[at]futa.edu.ng; ajibadeomotoyinbo[at]yahoo.com
Telephone 234 803 5927598
Nationality NIGERIA
Affiliations (i) Member, Nigerian Metallurgical Society, 1986. (ii) Member, American Institute of Minerals, Metals and Material Engineers,1989 (iii) COREN Registered Engineer 1991 (iv) Member, Materials Society of Nigeria. 2000
Education (i) Leningrad Polytechnic Institute, Leningrad, USSR (now St Petersburg State Polytechnical University, St. Petersburg, CIS); Sept.1976-Feb 1983. (ii) Federal University of Technology, Akure; Sept.2000- Feb.2008.
Background (a) On-going research (i) Effect of Plastic Deformation on the Electrical Properties of Aluminium- Bronze. (ii) Design and Fabrication of a Laboratory Scale Direct Extrusion Press. (iii) Production and Characterization of Aloe Vera Cactus fibre reinforced Polymer Matrix Composite (iv) Studies on the Metallurgy of Al-Mg-Si Alloy Fusion Welding (b) Research completed but no yet published (i) Direct Extrusion of Anisotropic Material with Hardening (ii) Effects of the Variation of Percentage Deformation and Working Temperature on the Tensile Strength and Plasticity Indices of Thermoplastically Worked 6063 Aluminium Alloy. (iii) Effects of the Variation of Ageing Temperature and Time on the Tensile Strengths and Plasticity Indices of Artificially Aged 6063 Aluminium Alloy. (iv) Effects of Variation of the Degree of Pre-ageing on the Tensile Strengths and Plasticity Indices of Thermomechanically Aged 6063 Aluminium alloy. (v) Influence of TMAI treatment on the Tensile Strength and Plasticity of 6063 Aluminium alloy (vi) Influence of TMAII treatment on the Tensile Strength and Plasticity of 6063 Aluminium alloy (vii) Influence of TMAIII treatment on the Tensile Strength and Plasticity of 6063 Aluminium alloy (viii) Microstructure of Thermomechanically Aged 6063 Aluminium alloy