Rami K. Suleiman

About Rami K. Suleiman

Rami K. Suleiman, With an exceptional h-index of 22 and a recent h-index of 20 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, specializes in the field of Homogeneous Catalysis, Coatings, Corrosion, Natural Products.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Quantitative Assessment of Agitator Performance in an Anchor-Stirred Tank: Investigating the Impact of Geometry, Eccentricity, and Rheological Characteristics

Synthesis of hybrid organosilicon materials of various chemistries as efficient protective coatings for mild steels in NaCl media

Development of trimetallic cobalt-nickel-vanadium oxide anticorrosion coatings for the protection of AA2024 Al alloy specimens against sodium chloride solutions

Identification of the mechanical properties and surface morphology of the friction still welding on aluminum alloy specimens

Preparation, Inspection, and Optimization of Rotary Friction Welding Parameters for 2017aa Aluminum Alloy Specimens.

Behavior, Failure Analysis, and Effectiveness of Mechanical Stress Improvement Process in Residual Stress Relaxations in Butt-Welded Austenitic Piping Using a Numerical …

Method for forming a sol-gel coating formulation

Mechanistic insights into acid orange 7 azo dye (AO7) reduction using DFT calculations

Rami K. Suleiman Information

University

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Position

Associate Professor Center of Research Excellence in Corrosion

Citations(all)

2042

Citations(since 2020)

1579

Cited By

1002

hIndex(all)

22

hIndex(since 2020)

20

i10Index(all)

47

i10Index(since 2020)

36

Email

University Profile Page

King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals

Rami K. Suleiman Skills & Research Interests

Homogeneous Catalysis

Coatings

Corrosion

Natural Products

Top articles of Rami K. Suleiman

Quantitative Assessment of Agitator Performance in an Anchor-Stirred Tank: Investigating the Impact of Geometry, Eccentricity, and Rheological Characteristics

Authors

Mohamed Chachi,Youcef Kamla,Mouheddin T Alhaffar,Mohamed Bouzit,Mohammed Hadj Meliani,Fadi A Al-Badour,Mohammad Mizanur Rahman,Rami K Suleiman

Journal

Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering

Published Date

2024/3/11

This work gives a rheological study of the flow structure generated by an anchor agitator completely submerged in a cylindrical tank with a flat bottom. To better understand the phenomenon of the fluid mechanics that takes place in the agitated medium, several geometric configurations of anchor have been realized. The investigation of the flow generated was made by using the CFX.12 calculation code, which provides a very good visualization of the phenomenon of fluid mechanics. The results obtained from our work can be very supportive to the existing similar models in the literature, which can mature the knowledge and understanding of researchers on the behaviors of various anchor impellers.

Synthesis of hybrid organosilicon materials of various chemistries as efficient protective coatings for mild steels in NaCl media

Authors

Rami K Suleiman,Ogunlakin Nasirudeen Olalekan,Mohammad Mizanur Rahman,Fadi A Al-Badour,Mohammed Hadj Meliani,Ahmed Abu-Rayyan,Tawfik A Saleh

Journal

Materials Today Communications

Published Date

2024/3/1

This study focuses on optimizing the thermal, morphological, scratch resistance, and anti-barrier characteristics of newly developed hybrid sol-gel coatings. The coatings were formulated by varying the synthetic precursors and incorporating a clay additive. The hybrid coatings were prepared using a mixture of organosilane and zirconium propoxide precursors, and further modified with polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and Cloisite 20 A (C20A) clay additives. The coatings were applied onto mild steel substrates and their corrosion protection in 3.5 wt% NaCl solutions were evaluated through electrochemical and visual observation testing. Contact angle measurements revealed a hydrophobic nature of the developed coatings on the steel surfaces, primarily attributed to the presence of an organosilane precursor with a long C18-alkyl chain functionality in all formulations. Electrochemical testing data demonstrated that …

Development of trimetallic cobalt-nickel-vanadium oxide anticorrosion coatings for the protection of AA2024 Al alloy specimens against sodium chloride solutions

Authors

Muhammad Ali Ehsan,A Madhan Kumar,Rami K Suleiman,Mohamed Javid,Muhammad Younas

Journal

Materials Chemistry and Physics

Published Date

2024/2/1

Trimetallic cobalt-nickel-vanadium oxide (CoNiVOx) thin films were fabricated on aerospace grade AA2024 Al alloy specimens to investigate their behavior as anticorrosion coatings in a sodium chloride (NaCl) medium. Compact and homogenous nanostructured CoNiVOx coatings were developed using aerosol-assisted chemical vapor deposition by varying the deposition duration from 45 to 150 min at a constant temperature (475 °C). The structure and composition of the trimetallic CoNiVOx thin films were comprehensively investigated using X-ray diffraction, transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy/energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, which demonstrated the successful synthesis of CoO/NiO/VO composite materials. The electrochemical corrosion properties of the trimetallic CoNiVOx films in a 3.5 % NaCl solution were determined using Tafel …

Identification of the mechanical properties and surface morphology of the friction still welding on aluminum alloy specimens

Authors

Nabil Chakroune,Tahar Nateche,Mouna Amara,Habib Boudaa,Ibrahim Ayad,Souad Makhfi,Rami Khalid Suleiman,Sidammar Lamsafda,Abdelmoumen Guedri,Mohammed Hadj Meliani,Guy Pluvinage

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2024/1

The fracture behavior of lap-shear joints manufactured by the friction stir welding (FSW) technique is examined in this paper. Two aluminum sheets, 6 mm and 10 mm in thickness, were welded using different process parameters to form a lap-shear joint. A special tool was designed and fabricated for the stir-spot welding process. The microhardness of the joint’s surface was analyzed with regard to the evolution of different parameters: the thickness and rotating speed of the tool. Static tensile tests were performed to determine the behavior of the welded joint using the two sheets. The three-point bending (TPB) and fatigue parameters of the weld were determined to characterize the fracture behavior. The effect of different main process-controlling parameters, such as the tool probe pin rotating speed, duration of action time, and sinking/penetration depth into the lower welded sheet on the weld’s fracture behavior, has …

Preparation, Inspection, and Optimization of Rotary Friction Welding Parameters for 2017aa Aluminum Alloy Specimens.

Authors

Tahar Nateche,Nabil Chakroune,Mouna Amara,Habib Boudaa,Ibrahim Ayad,Souad Mekhfi,Rami K Suleiman,Sidammar Lamsafda,Guy Pluvinage

Published Date

2024/3/12

The qualification of the FSW process in aerospace requires the production of high-quality joints with long tool lifespan. This necessitates fine-tuning process parameters such as tool geometry (shoulder and pin dimensions, threading) and feed and rotation speeds. The experimental part involves characterizing the FSW weld joint through the study of mechanical properties and microstructural changes. The analyses and control observations performed on the obtained weld beads have, on one hand, enabled the correlation of joint quality with operational parameters. To achieve this, a local fabrication procedure aimed at producing defect-free joints was devised. Microstructural analysis revealed that the tool's rotation speed influences recrystallization conditions; the higher the rotation speed, the greater the welding energy and the more pronounced the softening of the material in the Heat Affected Zone (HAZ).

Behavior, Failure Analysis, and Effectiveness of Mechanical Stress Improvement Process in Residual Stress Relaxations in Butt-Welded Austenitic Piping Using a Numerical …

Authors

Chouaib Zeghida,Abdelmoumene Guedri,Abdelhalim Allaoui,Samira Tlili,Mohammed Amine Belyamna,Rami K Suleiman

Published Date

2024/3/11

The utilization of the Mechanical Stress Improvement Process (MSIP) is a widely employed technique to improve the behavior and the failure analysis in nuclear power plants. Its purpose is to effectively prevent stress corrosion cracking by eliminating residual tensile stresses present in weldments. This approach serves to impede the formation of cracks and decelerate the advancement of existing failures in piping systems. Consequently, favorable compressive stresses are created along the inner surface of the pipe near the weld, including molten and heat-affected metal zones. To assess the efficacy of MSIP in reducing stress concentrations and enhancing structural integrity, multiple cases were evaluated via numerical simulations in this study. Moreover, the dimensions and placement of the MSIP tool were discussed, with the optimal position and width of the clamp being determined to be 30 mm from the weld line (WL) and 75 mm, respectively. The results of this study indicate that the WL region manifests significantly high compressive stresses, which gradually diminish within a 10 mm distance on each side of the WL.

Method for forming a sol-gel coating formulation

Published Date

2023/7/25

Sol-gel coating formulations including metal oxide particles such as aluminum oxide, calcium oxide, zinc oxide, magnesium oxide, and molybdenum oxide embedded in a hybrid polymer matrix based on a reacted form of a resin composition containing a tetraalkylorthosilicate, an aminoalkylsilane, a dialkoxysilane, and a silanol terminated polydimethylsiloxane. The sol-gel coating formulations are suitable for applications such as anticorrosive protective coatings of metal substrates (eg mild steel). These anticorrosive coated metal substrates are evaluated on their hydrophobicity (water contact angle), surface roughness, mechanical strength (eg hardness), adhesiveness to the substrate (eg critical load), and anticorrosiveness upon exposure to a saline solution (eg impedance value).

Mechanistic insights into acid orange 7 azo dye (AO7) reduction using DFT calculations

Authors

Izzeddine Sameut Bouhaik,Mohammed Hadj Meliani,Rami K Suleiman,Tawfik A Saleh

Journal

Polyhedron

Published Date

2023/11/15

A major environmental issue is the occurrence of azo-dye chemicals in textile wastewater. Improving the biological process of dye removal requires a good understanding of the degradation reaction mechanism. In this work, we selected the acid orange 7 (AO7) as the azo dye model and the couple redox AQS/AHQS as a redox mediator (RM). The Gibbs free energy and the redox potential of AO7 were predicted through the Density Functional Theory (DFT). The comparison of our results with experimental data shows that the DFT method is very effective in predicting the redox potential of AO7. Then, to propose a new reaction mechanism for the biological degradation of AO7 with the couple AQS/AHQS, the local and global reactivity descriptors were computed with a hybrid PBE0 functional and dnp basis set. The global descriptors showed that AHQS behaves as a nucleophile against AO7 and as an electrophile …

Corrosion Resistive Hybrid Sol-Gel Coatings Loaded with Corrosion Inhibitors

Authors

Rami Suleiman

Published Date

2023

This chapter describes the recent innovations in the approach of loading hybrid sol–gel coatings with various organic and inorganic corrosion inhibitors and the impact of the added inhibitor on the structural, thermal, morphological, adherence, and barrier properties of the parent sol–gel coatings on metal substrates exposed to different corrosive environments. The topic of the chapter will shed light also on the synergistic effects of mixing the embedded corrosion inhibitor with other coating’s additives, such as biocides, bacterial strains, metal oxides, and so forth on the desired properties of the functionalized coatings. Common techniques for characterizing the inhibitor–functionalized hybrid sol–gel coatings are summarized. Finally, a brief highlight of recent controlled-release inhibitors encapsulated within hybrid coating systems is presented in this chapter.

Benzaldehyde reduction over Cu-MCM-41 catalyst: Influence of the Si/Cu ratio during hydrothermal synthesis on the structure and catalytic properties

Authors

Mohammed Sadou,Adel Saadi,Mohammed Hadj Meliani,Rami K Suleiman,Tawfik A Saleh

Journal

Inorganic Chemistry Communications

Published Date

2023/7/1

This work aims to evaluate the catalytic performances of mesoporous MCM-41 materials modified by the insertion of a copper heteroatom in the Gas-phase reduction of benzaldehyde under hydrogen flow. The catalysts were synthesized by the hydrothermal method and characterized by AAS, XRD, FTIR, and N2-physical adsorption/desorption techniques to improve controlling the entire functionalization sequence of materials. It was established that the hexagonal structure of MCM-41 displays good crystallinity due to the presence of the characteristic peak of this structure. The introduction of a metallic element such as copper in the structure of MCM-41 showed a more or less significant modification of the structural and textural properties. The performed catalytic properties in a reaction temperature range of 160–250 °C showed that the Cu-MCM-41 catalysts were stable and led to good benzaldehyde conversion …

Investigating the use of Moringa Oleifera leaf extract as an environment-friendly corrosion inhibitor for API 5L X52 steel in 1 M HCl

Authors

Hadjer Didouh,Aysel Buyuksagis,Mohammed hadj Meliani,Meltem Dilek,Yusuf Kayali,Rami K Suleiman,Tawfik A Saleh

Journal

Journal of Molecular Liquids

Published Date

2023/11/15

This work studied the potential of using moringa oleifera leaf extract (MOLE) as an eco-friendly inhibitor for API 5L X52 steel in acidic media at 0.1 g/L–0.5 g/L concentration and 25 °C–60 °C. The study also evaluated the impact of adding potassium iodide (KI) to the corrosion-inhibiting properties of MOLE. Results from electrochemical testing showed that MOLE exhibited a high inhibition efficacy of 99% at 0.5 g/L concentration and 60 °C. The findings indicated that MOLE functions as a mixed-type corrosion inhibitor. Its efficiency increases with higher inhibitor concentrations following a Langmuir adsorption isotherm, and it is physically adsorbed on the steel surface. FT-IR spectra analysis revealed the presence of hydroxyl, carbonyl, saturated, and unsaturated aliphatic functionalities in the MOLE. The decreased absorption intensity in UV–vis spectra after 2 and 4 h of corrosive acid environment exposure indicates …

Influence of Waste Material Additives on the Performance of a Novel Hybrid Sol-Gel Coating on Mild Steel in 3.5% NaCl Medium

Authors

Rami K Suleiman,Akeem Y Adesina,Ogunlakin Nasirudeen Olalekan,Arumugam Madhan Kumar,Fadi A Al-Badour,Sowrirajan Subbaiah

Journal

Polymers

Published Date

2023/6/27

This article presents the synthesis of a novel hybrid sol-gel coating and its functionalization with various waste material additives. The unmodified and modified hybrid coatings were deposited on mild steel (MS) substrates, and their anticorrosion performance in a 3.5 wt.% sodium chloride corrosive environment was assessed using potentiodynamic polarization and impedance electrochemical techniques. The Fourier Transformed Infrared Spectrometry (FTIR) spectral, thermal, surface-roughness, scratch-resistance, and contact-angle characterizations were also conducted on the fabricated coatings. Electrochemical techniques proved that the coating sample loaded with the limestone additive showed the best anticorrosion behavior in the saline environment after 4 weeks of exposure. Moreover, the obtained morphological analysis data indicated better surface integrity and cross-link density for this sample compared to other waste-modified coatings. Conversely, the tire rubber and activated carbon additives showed a severe negative impact on the thermal, mechanical, and barrier properties of the parent coating, which can be attributed to the high porosity and less integrated natures of these modified coating formulations proved by their morphological images. Still, all loaded waste additives to the hybrid coating have enhanced its adhesion to the steel surface, as indicated by scratch resistance testing. Overall, the results of the present study show the need for maintaining a balance between the economic value of the modification methodology of hybrid coatings and the type of the loaded waste material additive.

Investigating the Sorption Isotherms and Hysteresis of a Round Perforated Brick Using Newly Developed Models

Authors

Intissar Ferrak,Rami K Suleiman,Mahfoud Kadja,Mohammad Mizanur Rahman,Lina Boumediene,Fadi A Al-Badour,Tawfik A Saleh,Mohammed Hadj Meliani

Journal

Buildings

Published Date

2023/11/8

This article deals with the hygrothermal behavior of round perforated brick including hysteresis effects. It aims at examining the effect of temperature on sorption isotherms and hysteresis of this product, reducing the energy consumption of the buildings, reinforcing the constructional economy and the inhabitant’s comfort as well as offering a hygrothermal description of this product that has never been previously investigated. To achieve this, we have carried out an experimental study to determine the sorption isotherms and the hysteresis in five different temperatures (10, 23, 30, 40, and 50 °C). Twelve equations have been tested against the experimental isotherms in order to find the optimal one. After that, three models were tested in order to develop a personal model; the latter explains the real effect of the hysteresis phenomenon on hygrothermal behavior of the studied product. To validate the mathematical model, two methods were applied to calculate the isosteric heat. The obtained results revealed a significant influence of the increase in temperature on the hygrothermal behavior in which a decrease in the equivalent water content was found. Moreover, the developed experimental model is based on Oswin’s model describing the dependence of temperature on the sorption characteristics of round perforated bricks. Furthermore, the Huang model was found to be the best compared with the other models with a regression factor (R2) of 0.990. The validation of the results using the isosteric heat parameter has confirmed that the suggested models demonstrated a perfect presentation of the sorption isotherms and the hysteresis phenomenon of …

Friction stir surface processing of 6061 aluminum alloy for superior corrosion resistance and enhanced microhardness

Authors

Ibrahim H Zainelabdeen,Fadi A Al-Badour,Akeem Yusuf Adesina,Rami Suleiman,Fadi A Ghaith

Journal

International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture

Published Date

2023/3/1

In the current study, friction stir surface processing (FSSur.P) was carried out to alter the surface microstructure of 6061 aluminum alloy using a pinless friction stir tool. The impact of rising tool rotational speed from 400 to 1200 rpm while keeping tool traveling speed constant at 250 mm/min on surface microstructure, mechanical properties, and corrosion resistance was explored in detail. The microstructural findings revealed a significant reduction in grain size, in addition to a remarkable improvement in microhardness of processed samples. Approximately 44% increase in microhardness, compared to unprocessed counterpart was achieved at the lowest rotation speed. The corrosion behavior of the processed samples as well as the base sample was evaluated after 15 days of exposure to 3.5% NaCl using several electrochemical methods such as potentiodynamic polarization technique (PDP), linear polarization …

Cured siloxane coating and anticorrosion substrate formed therewith

Published Date

2023/9/12

Sol-gel coating formulations including metal oxide particles such as aluminum oxide, calcium oxide, zinc oxide, magnesium oxide, and molybdenum oxide embedded in a hybrid polymer matrix based on a reacted form of a resin composition containing a tetraalkylorthosilicate, an aminoalkylsilane, a dialkoxysilane, and a silanol terminated polydimethylsiloxane. The sol-gel coating formulations are suitable for applications such as anticorrosive protective coatings of metal substrates (eg mild steel). These anticorrosive coated metal substrates are evaluated on their hydrophobicity (water contact angle), surface roughness, mechanical strength (eg hardness), adhesiveness to the substrate (eg critical load), and anticorrosiveness upon exposure to a saline solution (eg impedance value).

Influence of Organic Acids and Related Organic Compounds on Corrosion Behavior of Stainless Steel—A Critical Review

Authors

Aqeel Abbas,Akeem Yusuf Adesina,Rami K Suleiman

Published Date

2023/8/17

Stainless steel is one of the most commonly used structural materials in industry for the transportation of liquids such as water, acids, and organic compounds. Corrosion is a major concern in industry due to the use of strong mineral acids, feedstock contamination, flow, aqueous environments, and high temperatures. Stainless steel is the most commonly used material in the petrochemical industry because of its characteristics of self-protectiveness, offered by thin passive oxides, and its metallurgical composition. However, chlorides and mineral acids attack the stainless steel continuously, consequently breaking down the passivation film, causing a continuous challenge from corrosion. The corrosion in stainless steel is influenced by many factors including flow rate, temperature, pressure, ethanol concentration, and chloride ion content. This review describes the impact of organic compounds and organic acids on the degradation behavior of stainless steel. The review also summarizes the commonly used organic compounds and their applications. It has been demonstrated that organic acid concentration, temperature, and halide impurities have significant effects on susceptibility to pitting corrosion by damaging the passivation film. The phenomenon of corrosion in stainless steel is quite different in immersion tests and electrochemical potentiodynamic polarization. This review article discusses the importance of organic compounds and their corrosion behavior on steel. The article also puts emphasis on the roles of corrosion inhibitors, monitoring methods, corrosion management, and forms of corrosion.

Evaluation of Inhibition Efficiency of Thymus Extract as a Corrosion Inhibitor of Aluminum Alloy 5083 in an Ethylene Glycol/NaCl Corrosive Medium

Authors

H Hachelef,R Mehdaoui,K Hachama,M Amara,A Khelifa,A Benmoussat,M Hadj Meliani,Rami K Suleiman

Journal

Corrosion Science and Technology

Published Date

2023

The aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of thymus extract on corrosion inhibition of aluminum 5083 alloy in a 0.1 M NaCl medium prepared using a mixture of ethylene glycol and water using potentiodynamic and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) techniques. The potentiodynamic electrochemical technique showed an increase in corrosion inhibition efficiency starting from 49.63% at a concentration of 0.25 g/L to 92.71% at a maximum concentration of 1.25 g/L of the extract. These results were consistent with those obtained via EIS analysis. Spectral characterization of the tested plant extract using the Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) technique confirmed the presence of organic compounds having different oxygen and aromatic functionalities in the extract that could help enhance the adsorption of these compounds on the aluminum surface. This study reveals possible adsorption isotherm of the thymus extract on the aluminum surface, supporting a Langmuir isotherm for the adsorption of inhibitor molecules on this surface.

Thermomechanical effect on the properties of stainless steels using rotative friction welding: an experimental study on 304L and 316L grades

Authors

Fatima Zohra Arzour,Mouna Amara,Rami K Suleiman,Mohammed Hadj Meliani

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2023/12

The main objective of this work is to analyze structural hardening by direct friction welding on two austenitic materials of the AISI 304L and AISI 316L series that were welded separately (similar welding) followed by a combined (mixed) welding. The friction welding parameters such as rotation speed, applied pressure (friction and forging), and holding time were carefully selected and optimized. Forty welding operations and thirty post-welding nominal tensile tests were performed, with the sole purpose of obtaining the rational curves. To achieve this objective, the results of the tensile tests were collected and analyzed. The rational curves allowed us to proceed by classical analytical modeling to quantify the effect of welding on the work-hardening behavior of the two stainless steel samples. The microstructure of each welded joint condition was analyzed and compared to each other.

AACVD processed binary amorphous NiVOx coatings on Cu substrates: Surface characterization and corrosion resistant performance in saline medium

Authors

A Madhan Kumar,Muhammad Ali Ehsan,Rami K Suleiman,Abbas Saeed Hakeem

Journal

Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Published Date

2022/1/20

Cu corrosion is a major issue affecting the structural integrity and efficient performance of Cu components in several applications. In recent years, the utilization of metal oxide thin films on copper components is fascinated cumulative consideration particularly in the field of energy and electronic related materials like micro-electromechanical, energy storage and memory device components. Herein, we report the use of a rapid and reproducible approach of aerosol-assisted (AA) CVD for depositing bimetallic nickel-vanadium oxide (NiVOx) thin films directly on Cu substrates. NiVOx coatings were produced by increasing the deposition period from 1 to 3 h at a fixed temperature of 480 °C and were structurally characterized through XRD analysis, XPS, SEM/EDS, and AFM. Detailed characterization was performed for the as-prepared amorphous NiVOx binary films having a compact and dense microstructure at an …

Elucidation of corrosion inhibition property of compounds isolated from Butanolic Date Palm Leaves extract for low carbon steel in 15% HCl solution: Experimental and …

Authors

Saviour A Umoren,Rami K Suleiman,Ime B Obot,Moses M Solomon,Akeem Y Adesina

Journal

Journal of Molecular Liquids

Published Date

2022/6/15

The present work reports on the corrosion inhibition property of compounds isolated from butanolic extract of Date Palm leaves for low carbon steel in 15% HCl solution. Six compounds were isolated from Date Palm leaves and purified using a combination of column chromatography, thin layer chromatography, and Prep HPLC-MS system. The isolated compounds were characterized using 1H NMR, 13C NMR, and GC–MS. Their identity was revealed to be a mixture of fatty alkanes, oleanolic acid (OA), vanillyl alcohol (VA), β-Sitosterol-3-O-β-D-glucoside (β-SSG), sucrose sugar, and carotenoid lutein. As a result of the amount of the different isolates obtained, only three out of the six compounds namely β-SSG, OA, and VA were tested for anticorrosion property for low carbon steel in 15% HCl. The corrosion inhibition of the isolated compounds was performed using weight loss and electrochemical techniques …

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What is Rami K. Suleiman's h-index at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals?

The h-index of Rami K. Suleiman has been 20 since 2020 and 22 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Quantitative Assessment of Agitator Performance in an Anchor-Stirred Tank: Investigating the Impact of Geometry, Eccentricity, and Rheological Characteristics

Synthesis of hybrid organosilicon materials of various chemistries as efficient protective coatings for mild steels in NaCl media

Development of trimetallic cobalt-nickel-vanadium oxide anticorrosion coatings for the protection of AA2024 Al alloy specimens against sodium chloride solutions

Identification of the mechanical properties and surface morphology of the friction still welding on aluminum alloy specimens

Preparation, Inspection, and Optimization of Rotary Friction Welding Parameters for 2017aa Aluminum Alloy Specimens.

Behavior, Failure Analysis, and Effectiveness of Mechanical Stress Improvement Process in Residual Stress Relaxations in Butt-Welded Austenitic Piping Using a Numerical …

Method for forming a sol-gel coating formulation

Mechanistic insights into acid orange 7 azo dye (AO7) reduction using DFT calculations

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are the top articles of Rami K. Suleiman at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals.

What are Rami K. Suleiman's research interests?

The research interests of Rami K. Suleiman are: Homogeneous Catalysis, Coatings, Corrosion, Natural Products

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Rami K. Suleiman has 2,042 citations in total.

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