University of Khartoum

March 2008 Volume 54 Number 50

March 2008 Volume 54 Number 50

 

Recent Submissions

  • Abdel- Latief Mohammed, Salaheldin (Sudan Eng. Society Journals ., 2008-03)
    An analysis was carried out only on t he qualitative aspects of the phenomena of twisting the roving in the speed frame. The results of this simple analysis modified the conclusions reached earlier t hat the twist in ...
  • Elhadi Mohamed Ahmed, Salih (Sudan Eng. Society Journals ., 2008-03)
    This research subject is studying the strength and behavior of some concrete elements reinforced with steel fibers and subj ected to different types of loading. The researcher reported a gr eat deal of scientific ...
  • Abdo, Gamal M.; Nasr, Ahmed E. (Sudan Eng. Society Journals , University of Khartoum., 2008-03)
    In the paper, the experience of Sudan in stream flow forecasting and early warning is highlighted. Over the past two decades, various models have been applied which are either rainfall runo ff models, channel routing ...
  • Abu Darag, Sakhr B; Sail, Khalid H. (Sudan Eng. Society Journals , University of Khartoum., 2008-03)
    This paper reports an experimental study on a buoyant plume in an attempt to simulate a real turbulent flow. The m easurements are done by a set of hot and cold-wire around buoyant plum e which was generated by forcing ...
  • Mjzoob Ismael Ibrahim Ismael, Mjzoob; Abuel Maaly, Iman (Sudan Eng. Society Journals , University of Khartoum., 2008-03)
    The calibration Bench Module is used for controlling the position and monitoring the examination room temperature in Secondary Standard Dosimetry Labs (SSDLs). The objective of this work is to design and implement a ...
  • M. Hassan, Nazar (Sudan Eng. Society Journals , University of Khartoum., 2008-03)
    Conventional fossil fuels generation tec hnologies must still supply the bulk of the projected increase in electricity demand in the Arab Region for years to come. Natural gas technologies in particular are becoming ...
  • . Mohamed, Sumya A; A. Mohamed, Abdelshakour (Sudan Eng. Society Journals , University of Khartoum., 2008-03)
    Salawa area (16 o 33’N/32 o 59’E) is rich in kaolinitic clay. Samples of kaolinitic clay from this area were used to produce liquid alum (liquid aluminum sulfate). The alum was produced in two steps; first, the raw ...