Profile of Dr. Md. Mofizul Islam

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Dr. Md. Mofizul Islam

Professor

Department of Agricultural & Industrial Engineering (AIE)

Faculty of Engineering

Hajee Mohammad Danesh Science & Technology University, Dinajpur.

E-mail: mmibd71@gmail.com


RESEARCH INTEREST

    Precision machining, modeling and simulation of machining, renewable energy, environmental engineering, waste management, drying technology.

EDUCATION

  1. Post Doctorate, 2016

    Yeungnam University, South Korea

  2. PhD, 2015

    Andong National University, South Korea

  3. MS in Agricultural Engineering, 2006

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh

  4. BSc in Agricultural Engineering, 2004

    Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES

  1. Professor
    Dept of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, HSTU

    February 20, 2019 to Present

  2. Associate Professor
    Dept of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, HSTU

    February 20, 2015 to February 19, 2019

  3. Assistant Professor
    Dept of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, HSTU

    May 06, 2010 to February 19, 2015

  4. Lecturer
    Dept of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, HSTU

    February 20, 2008 to May 05, 2010

  5. Lecturer (part time )
    Dept of Agricultural and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, HSTU

    August 20, 2007 to February 19, 2008


PUBLICATIONS

Journal Papers

  1. Formulating CAM parameters for surface patterning by grinding process based on unit pattern geometry

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  2. Simulation of elliptical patterns based on grinding with wheel dressed by elliptical tool

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  3. Convex diamond patterns by grinding with a wheel which is dressed by a rounded tool

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  4. Simulation of surface patterns imprinted by wheel grinding which dressed by rounded tools

  5. Geometry Modeling of Screwed Wheel Dressed by Rounded Tool

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  6. Dry Electrical Discharge Machining for DeburringDrilled Holes in CFRP Composite

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  7. Mechanism analysis of hybrid machining process comprising EDM and end milling,

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  8. A deburring strategy in drilled hole of CFRP composites using EDM process,

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  9. Measurement of burr removal rate and analysis of machining parameters in ultrasonic assisted dry EDM (US-EDM) for deburring drilled holes in CFRP composite,

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  10. Prediction of surface roughness in abrasive water jet machining of CFRP composites using regression
    analysis,

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PROJECTS

  1. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN DINAJPUR MUNICIPAL AREA

    Funded by: MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: The project can be taken with the view of following objectives: 1. To assess the amount of waste generation from different sources in the study area. 2. To analyze the present status of the solid waste management practices in the municipal area. 3. To investigate the environmental impact of the generated waste in study area.

  2. Effect of rice mill waste water irrigation on soil properties and crop yield

    Funded by: MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    Position: Principal Investigator

    Description: Rice mills release huge volumes of waste water when processing paddy rice and discharged into natural water bodies. The application of waste water in to the crop filed is a potential uses of waste water. Therefore, the project can be taken with the view of following objectives: 1. Application of waste water in to the crop field in order to increase of yield. 2. To determine the chemical composition of the soil after application of waste water to the crop field. 3. To compare the variation of yield between the application of waste water and normal irrigation water.

  3. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF TWO STAGE DRYING TECHNIQUE FOR HIGH MIOSTURE GRAIN

    Funded by: Krishi Gobeshona Foundation (KGF)

    Position: Co-investigator

    Description: High moisture grain drying is a serious issue in Bangladesh. Post-harvest loss can be minimized and the quality of dried product can be improved through adopting two stage drying strategy for drying of high moisture paddy and maize. The aim of this research is to introduce two stage drying strategy using fluidized bed dryer followed by LSU (Lousiana State University) dryer and fixed bed dryer for drying of cereals in Bangladesh. Laboratory scale or prototype dryers will be designed and fabricated for experimental works and demonstration purposes. Extensive experimental works and necessary analysis will be performed to find out suitable drying strategy which utilize low energy and maintain quality of dried product. Grain growers and processors will be trained up and motivated to apply the developed drying techniques so that they can accept and adopt the drying technique(s) at farm level. In addition, three Masters Students will be graduated with the degree of MS in Food Engineering and Technology achieving practical experiences in drying of cereals who will contribute our country in future through applying their skills and knowledge. Finally, our department will be benefitted having the opportunities of getting the equipment and machineries through this project that can be used for further research, teaching, training and extension works.


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