Materials Engineering Department grants MSC to the student Rusol Salah from the material engineering department at the university of technology for her thesis "-------".
The researcher shows studying the manufacture of monomerbees by recycling plastic water bottles using helping materials as zinc oxide in two types (94.55) and different weights (0.5,0.25,0.15) g and using two kinds of magnesium oxide and effective light at different rates of weight and through the use of a closed glass system at a temperature of 190 m, and studying the effect of the ratio of the catalyst, the reaction time and the yield of the resulting material, and the analysis of the elements (carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen).
Thermal analysis determines the presence of different types of monomer, dimerola and clumer formed during recycling and this indicates a monomer (BHET). The results showed that zinc oxide (55) was more effective and effective than zinc oxide (94) due to the large surface area of zinc oxide (55). ) and reduced the reaction time to one hour instead of (7) hours without the use of auxiliary materials using a simple closed system and economic costs.
The discussion commission includes Asst.Prof.Dr.Kadhim Mottar as a chairman, Asst.Prof.Dr.Saad Hanash from Al-Nahrin University and Lect.Dr.Mohammed Rameed as supervisors, Asst.Prof.Dr.Bassam Ibrahim and Asst.Prof.Dr.Mohammed Abd Hussen as members and supervisors, Asst.Prof.Dr.Kadhim Kamil from Al-Mustansiraih University and Prof.Dr.Arkan Khalal from University of Technology as Linguistic reviewers.