Dr Mohammed Sanduk

Associate Lecturer
Diploma (Baghdad), BSc (Baghdad), PhD (UMIST), CPhys, MIntP

Academic and research departments

Department of Chemical and Process Engineering.



Research interests

My teaching

My publications


Journal articles

The most recent journal articles

1- Meshaal F. Alebrahim, I. A. Khattab, Qiong Cai, and Mohammed Sanduk,  Practical Study on the Electrochemical Simultaneous Removal of Copper and Zinc from Simulated Binary- Metallic Industrial Wastewater Using a Packed-Bed cathode,   the Egyptian Journal of Petroleum, will be published in vol. 25, (2016)

2- Triada Vlasakoudi,, Mohammed Sanduk, Requirements and Design a Small Wind Rotor for a Small House in Guildford, International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering, (2014), Vol. 9, No. 1. DOI: 10.4018/ijitwe.2014010101

3- Adnan Al-Anezi, Adel Sharif, Mohammed Sanduk, Abdul Rehman Khan,  Potential of membrane distillation: a comprehensive review, International Journal of Water, Vol. 7, No. 4 (2013). 4- Mohammed Sanduk, Is the Technology a New Way of Thinking?, The Journal of Technology Studies, Volume XXXVIII, Number 2,  (2012). Available in:  http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/JOTS/v38/v38n2/pdf/sanduk.pdf

5- M. I. Sanduk , A kinematic model for a partially resolved dynamical system in a Euclidean plane, Journal of Mathematical Modelling and Application, Vol. 1, No.6, 40-51 (2012). Available in:  http://proxy.furb.br/ojs/index.php/modelling/article/view/2427 6- Adnan Al-Hathal Al-Anezi, Adel O. Sharif, M. I. Sanduk, and A. R. Khan, Experimental Investigation of Heat and Mass Transfer in Tubular Membrane Distillation Module for Desalination, ISRN Chemical Engineering, Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 738731. 7- Mohammed Sanduk, Growth of science under the social influence in Arabic-Islamic and Western Civilisations, 700-1900 (Statistical Models), University of Pittsburgh, Philosophy of science archive (2012). Available in:  http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/9012/ 8- M. I. Sanduk, A `Hypothetical Gear Model' and its Relativistic Consideration, Galilean Electrodynamics; 22, 2; 29-32 (2011).

9- M. I. Sanduk, The Hypothetical Gear Model and the Complex Wave Function Part II, Galilean Electrodynamics, Vol.22, No. 3, P. 54 01 (2011).

10- M. I. Sanduk, Three Wave Hypothesis, Gear Model and the Rest Mass, arxiv. 2009. Available in: http://arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/papers/0904/0904.0790.pdf

11- M. I. Sanduk, Does the Three Wave Hypothesis Imply a Hidden Structure?, Apeiron, 14, No.2, (April 2007). Available in: http://www.redshift.vif.com/JournalFiles/V14NO2PDF/V14N2SAN.pdf   

Conference papers

The most recent conference publications

1- H. Green and M. Sanduk, Development of a Wind Turbine System With Energy Storage in the Form of Hydropower, IT-DREPS Conference (2013). DOI: 10.1109/IT-DREPS.2013.6588140 2- T. Vlasakoudi and M. Sanduk, Requirements and Design a Small Wind Rotor For a Small House in Guildford, IT-DREPS Conference (2013). DOI: 10.1109/IT-DREPS.2013.6588142 3- P. Panousis, M. Sanduk, Technical and Economic Analysis for an onshore wind grid connection (case study, Greece), IT-DREPS Conference (2013). DOI: 10.1109/IT-DREPS.2013.6588152 4- Adel O. Sharif, Ali. A. Merdaw, Mohammed. I. Sanduk, Sami. M. Al-Aibi, Zena Rahal. The potential of chemical-osmotic energy for renewable power generation. World Renewable Energy Congress ( 2011 ) Sweden. Available in: http://www.ep.liu.se/ecp/057/vol9/007/ecp57vol9_007.pdf 5- M. I. Sanduk and A. Sharif, "Problems of Technology Transfer and Science Development In the Arab World" International Conference on Science in Society, Cambridge, 5-7 August 2009. 6- M. I. Sanduk, Physics Limitations and the Philosophy of Technology, Workshop on Philosophy & Engineering, WPE2008, The Royal Academy of Engineering London, November 10th-12th 2008. Available in: www.raeng.org.uk/societygov/philosophyofeng/pdf/abstract_papers.pdf 7- M. I. Sanduk, Modulated x-ray tube using velocity modulation, Photon06 conference Abstract book, UK, 63 (2006), Available in: http://www.Photon06.org/EUV&X-RayOptics Thurs 14.30.doc