Oluyemi Ojo Daramola

Oluyemi Ojo Daramola
Federal University of Technology, Akure | futa · Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Ph.D

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Introduction
Engr. Dr. Oluyemi Ojo Daramola is a registered Engineer, a gifted Scholar and a Lecturer in the Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria. Dr. Daramola OO is interested in Composite Materials (PMC and MMC), Nanotechnology, Physical Metallurgy, Materials Design and Characterization, Mechanical Behaviour of Materials, Materials Degradation and Damage Analysis, Corrosion, and Tribology.
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November 2012 - present
Federal University of Technology, Akure
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  • Academic Staff
January 2012 - September 2019
Federal University of Technology, Akure
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  • Research Associate

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Publications (99)
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Epoxy matrix composites reinforced with fine clay particles were developed by hand lay-up open mould casting technique. The clay used in this study was pulverized and processed into fine particles through sedimentation process. The composites were developed by mixing the epoxy matrix and hardener with various weight fractions of fine clay particles...
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Locally produced Al–Zn–Mg alloy was subjected to severe plastic deformation through Equal Channel Angular Pressing (ECAP) technique at temperatures of 150 °C and 200 °C. Rectangular thick-walled medium carbon steel die (σc = 450Mpa, σy = 176Mpa) with an L-shaped channel of uniform configuration to provide the pressing chamber was used. Four ECAP pa...
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Recent interest in using natural fibers as fillers in various composite materials has sparked the desire of researchers and manufacturing businesses to develop natural fiber composites that may be used as alternative, cheap, sustainable and ecoefficient materials in automobiles. In that respect, the present study was tailored towards harnessing the...
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The swift rise in utilizing natural materials as additives in the manufacture of numerous composite systems has fueled the desire in many researchers and contemporary industries to create natural fiber composites that can be used as sustainable, low-cost substitute, as well as eco-friendly and eco-efficient materials for different applications. Alt...
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Aluminum and its alloy are versatile metal materials engaged in various applications based on their high strength, corrosion resistance and light weight. However, there are many limitations to its applications when compared with steel. In a bid to improve on the properties, aluminum composites are developed. In this study, Al 6111 composite was dev...
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Polymeric nanoparticles (PNPs) are tiny solid and colloidal particles with sizes ranging from a few nanometers to 1000 nm, with versatile structures and morphologies. It is an innovative form of materials derived through nanotechnology for technological improvement in drug delivery and other biomedical applications. PNPs are manufactured through th...
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The incorporation of materials that were formally regarded as agricultural wastes into polymeric matrix has drawn the attention of many researchers in recent years. This research focused on reinforcing high-density polyethylene (HDPE) matrix with treated jute fiber (JF)/oil palm pressed fruit fibers (OPPFF) at varying weight proportions. JF and OPP...
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Because of its potential to produce nano/ultrafine grained microstructures and improve the mechanical properties, Equal Channel Angular Pressing (ECAP) is widely used now-a-days in almost all manufacturing sector as a severe plastic deformation process. In this process, a load of appreciable magnitude is applied on the material thereby subjecting i...
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High strength application of biopolymers requires good mechanical strength. The tensile properties of polylactic acid (PLA) are relatively low for major industrial applications such as packaging, biomedical and automobile spare parts. In this study, the mechanical strength of polylactic acid was enhanced with nanocarbon isolated from diesel engine...
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Previously, applications of composites were limited to the military aerospace. This is because civilian aircraft with composites inclusions was considered to be too expensive. The use of composite in aircrafts, instead of steel, has resulted in lightweight aircraft structures and has consequently reduced the level of fuel consumption and costs of f...
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This section has been excerpted from our recently published book chapter titled "Nosocomial Bacterial Infection of Orthopedic Implants and Antibiotic Hydroxyapatite/Silver-Coated Halloysite Nanotube With Improved Structural Integrity as Potential Prophylaxis" in the Book "Antibiotic Materials in Healthcare." The aim of the extraction is to grant qu...
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This section has been excerpted from our recently published book chapter titled "Nosocomial Bacterial Infection of Orthopedic Implants and Antibiotic Hydroxyapatite/Silver-Coated Halloysite Nanotube With Improved Structural Integrity as Potential Prophylaxis" in the Book "Antibiotic Materials in Healthcare." The aim of the extraction is to grant qu...
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This section has been excerpted from our recently published book chapter titled "Nosocomial Bacterial Infection of Orthopedic Implants and Antibiotic Hydroxyapatite/Silver-Coated Halloysite Nanotube With Improved Structural Integrity as Potential Prophylaxis" in the Book "Antibiotic Materials in Healthcare." Over the years, hydroxyapatite and its n...
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There is a need for improvement in the existing ceramic-based products such as the cutting tools due to the structural failures often experienced and the increasing operational costs. The development of refractory material (β-SiAlON) with excellent properties, such as high strength and wear resistance, is vital in order to meet the service requirem...
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The past few decades have witnessed an upsurge in the utilization of natural fibres in green materials advancement. This rise can be linked to calls from stakeholders, around the world, on the issue of sustainability and eco-friendliness. A shift from the utilization of non-biodegradable sources to renewable sources is a current area of intense res...
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The increase in demand for thermoplastics as a light-weight material for automobile application and other commercial purposes prompts more research into the available polymer resources. In this research, the possibility of enhancing the performance of recycled waste plastics (RWP) as polymer-based composites was examined. Particulate snail shell wa...
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For the first time, Silicon Carbide-Zinc Oxide-Graphite reinforced hypereutectic Aluminium–Silicon composites were fabricated by two-step stir casting. The mechanical properties and abrasive wear performance of the composites were experimentally tested. A multilevel factorial design of experiment was conducted to develop a numerical model for predi...
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For the first time, Silicon Carbide-Zinc Oxide-Graphite reinforced hyper-eutectic Aluminium-Silicon composites were fabricated by two-step stir casting. The mechanical properties and abrasive wear performance of the composites were experimentally tested. A multilevel factorial design of experiment was conducted to develop a numerical model for pred...
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Polylactic acid (PLA) matrix composites, reinforced with chitosan microparticles were developed by the compression moulding technique. The chitosan particles were chemically synthesized from crab shell by deproteinization, demineralization and deacetylation processes. The size, functional group, structure and morphology of the chitosan micro partic...
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In this research, developed finite element codes were used to study the effective elastic modulus and stress-strain distribution profiles of epoxy resin filled with 6 wt. % microparticles of kaolinite. The random distribution of the particles was microstructurally regenerated with Digimat MSC software and random sequential algorithm codes in epoxy...
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In this study, cattle bone was processed and utilized as complementing reinforcement for the development of cattle bone/calcium carbonate reinforced polypropylene composites. The processed cattle bone was pulverized, calcined and sieved to obtain 53, 63 and 75 μm sizes that were used for the development of the hybrid composites. The composite consi...
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Over the years, hydroxyapatite and its nanocomposites have continued to proliferate the orthopedic market as suitable materials for bone replacement, bone repair, and bone regeneration. This incidence is pre-eminently attributed to their excellent biocompatibility, bioactivity, hydrophilicity, osteoconductive characteristics, biomechanical properti...
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Modern healthcare is faced with a daunting threat from antibiotic-resistant bacteria, which in turn incite the development of biodegradable antibiotic polymeric carrier systems. This chapter summarizes the biodegradable polymers used in the delivery of antibiotics to target antibiotic-resistance bacterial infections. These materials were classified...
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Hard tissue regeneration and regrowth have continued to be a challenge in the field of conventional medicine in this 21st century. Over the years, the regrowth of broken bones and diseased hard tissue has remained a major concern in medical research. Since the discovery of hydroxyapatite (HA), a bioceramic compound that possesses the ability to act...
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High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) matrix composites reinforced with chitosan particles were developed by compression moulding technique. Chitosan particles extracted from deep sea squid with 90% deacetylation, bulk density of 0.3 g/cm³ and particle size of 90 μm were used as reinforcement. HDPE and various weight fractions (2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 wt%) of...
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Antibiotic-resistant bacteria present a severe clinical threat to human health, and polymer materials play an essential role in the delivery of antibiotics to inhibit or annihilate target bacterial and similar microbes. These polymers are employed as a potential matrix to control the release of antibiotics and for antibacterial treatment. Most of t...
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In this study, the measurement and optimization of the cutting forces during the milling process of M200 TS was carried out. The Response Surface Methodology (RSM) was used in the design of the numerical experiment while and the dynamometer was employed for the measurement of the cutting forces during the physical experiment on a DMU80monoBLOCK Dec...
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Tool geometry and selection of appropriate machining parameters are important considerations that determine the quality of surface finish, rate of tool wear, production cycle time, rate and ease of machinability. In this study, the milling process was designed to optimize the effects of machining parameters namely; the width of cut, cutting force,...
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Cutting Forces are very essential during machining process as they determined the surface finish, power consumption, machining precision and working temperature of the process. Therefore, it is paramount to have a thorough understanding of how cutting parameters influence the resultant cutting force during machining operations. In the present study...
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Tool geometry and selection of appropriate machining parameters are important considerations that determine the quality of surface finish, rate of tool wear, production cycle time, rate and ease of machinability. In this study, the milling process was designed to optimize the effects of machining parameters namely; the width of cut, cutting force,...
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The effect of silica particles on the flexural properties and water absorption behaviour of high density polyethylene matrix composites had been studied. Control sample and composites containing different weight fractions of submicron silica particles at a constant 0.3 wt. % titania particles loading and 5 wt.% maleic anhydride-grafted polyethylene...
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Nanostructured Green Biopolymer Composites for Orthopedic Application We currently live in a world where the wheel of advancing human civilization is constantly being spun by the dynamics of modern technologies. Technologies that have spawned a paradigm shift in the realm of material selection for their effective functionalities. Consequently, synt...
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We currently live in a world where the wheel of advancing human civilization is constantly being spun by the dynamics of modern technologies. Technologies that have spawned a paradigm shift in the realm of material selection for their effective functionalities. Consequently, synthetic polymers and their lightweight counterparts in terms of material...
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Several research findings have been published on the influence of grain size control additives on the structure-property relationship and performance of Cu-Zn-Al Shape Memory Alloys. However, a wide knowledge gap still exists between the findings on the ordinary Cu-Zn-Al alloys and their shape memory counterparts. Herein lies a significant contribu...
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We currently live in a world where the wheel of advancing human civilization is constantly being spun by the dynamics of modern technologies. Technologies that have spawned a paradigm shift in the realm of material selection for their effective functionalities. Consequently, synthetic polymers and their lightweight counterparts in terms of material...
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New polymer materials for medical applications are the reason for some successes recorded in medicine and surgery. Current research and development (R&D) efforts are geared toward the upgrading of techniques and devices for more compelling and productive processing and application of biomaterials in medicine and surgery. The application of outcomes...
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Without a doubt, petroleum-based resources have caused in increased interests in bio-renewable polymer-based, relatively cheap, readily available and environmentally friendly materials. These interests are growing in leaps and bounds and have and continue to elicit even greater interest in order to come up with new resources that are less unfavorab...
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From manufacturing, distribution, storage, and consumption phase of any product, packaging materials play vital roles. They are designed to be able to safeguard, contain, and handle products for onward-distribution either as raw materials or ready-to-eat food products. However, current food-packaging innovations are driving toward the use of materi...
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Biopolymers and their nanocomposites have made tremendous progress as a result of their biofunctionality, biocompactibility and biodegradability. These attributes make them resorbable while they serve as a vehicle for drug delivery for healing, skin regeneration and skin grafting. Materials that have been developed for this purpose are hydrolytical...
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Drug delivery systems are used to deliver on target, diseases, ailments, and unhealthy body. In biomedical science, polymeric systems and nanomaterials play a significant role because they serve as carriers for sending therapeutic agents specifically into the proposed site of action, with predominant viability, and with no adverse or toxic effects....
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We currently live in a world where the wheel of advancing human civilization is constantly being spun by the dynamics of modern technologies. Technologies that have spawned a paradigm shift in the realm of material selection for their effective functionalities. Consequently, synthetic polymers and their lightweight counterparts in terms of material...
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Graphene-based materials have recorded significant usage in the medical industries, especially in the area of bioelectronics, imaging, drug delivery, and tissue engineering. A key property that has made this material relevant has been its excellent electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties and its biocompatibility. Graphene-based materials are...
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High density polyethylene (HDPE) composites reinforced with short bamboo fibre (BF) were fabricated by compression moulding technique. BF were extracted from bamboo culm and treated with 0.5 M NaOH. The composites were developed by melt-compounding various weight fractions (2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 wt.%) of the treated BF with HDPE with the aid of single...
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Graphene-based materials have recorded significant usage in the medical industries, especially in the area of bioelectronics, imaging, drug delivery, and tissue engineering. A key property that has made this material relevant has been its excellent electrical, mechanical, and thermal properties and its biocompatibility. Graphene-based materials are...
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Health workers are constantly exposed to infectious materials and pathogens while they provide care to the patients. There are plenty of chances for health workers to get affected by infection, so infection control measures are most necessary for health workers. By practicing infection control techniques, the health workers can avoid spreading micr...
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This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Material Coating Methods Electrostatic Powder Coating Influence of Coating on the Base Material Factors Affecting Properties of Coated Materials Areas of Application of Coated Materials Conclusion Acknowledgment
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The mechanical behaviour of Al 6063 metal matrix composites reinforced with agrowaste silica particles was investigated. The composites were prepared by double-stir casting with 2, 4, 6 and 8 vol. % of agro-waste silica particles as reinforcement in the Al 6063 metal matrix. Mechanical properties (hardness, tensile, fracture toughness and impact st...
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Health workers are constantly exposed to infectious materials and pathogens while they provide care to the patients. There are plenty of chances for health workers to get affected by infection, so infection control measures are most necessary for health workers. By practicing infection control techniques, the health workers can avoid spreading micr...
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Previously, applications of composites were limited to the military aerospace. This is because civilian aircraft with composites inclusions was considered to be too expensive. The use of composite in aircrafts, instead of steel, has resulted in lightweight aircraft structures and has consequently reduced the level of fuel consumption and costs of f...
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This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Application of Nanopaints and Nanocoating in the Automotive Industry Application of Nanopaints and Nanocoating in the Energy Sector Application of Nanocoating in Catalysis Application of Nanopaints and Nanocoating in the Marine Industry Applications of Nanopaints and Nanocoating in the Aerospace I...
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This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Polymeric Coating Materials Conclusion
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Natural fibers, as replacement of engineered fibers, have been one of the most researched topics over the past years. This is due to their inherent properties, such as biodegradability, renewability and their abundant availability when compared to synthetic fibers. Synthetic fibers derived from finite resources (fossil fuels) and are thus, affected...
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The utilization of polymeric materials for certain engineering applications have been limited due to their mechanical properties observed to be time, rate and temperature dependent . However, with the recent development in technology, there has been a demand for advanced materials of which polymer matrix composites are potential candidates. This h...
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The utilization of polymeric materials for certain engineering applications have been limited due to their mechanical properties observed to be time, rate and temperature dependent. However, with the recent development in technology, there has been a demand for advanced materials of which polymer matrix composites are potential candidates. This has...