Eng. Majdi  Al-Faiad

 


 malfaiad@kfu.edu.sa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

RANK: Lecturer

 

EDUCATION:

 

      M.Sc. Chemical Engineering, Jordan University of Jordan, Jordan,  2010.

 

      B.Sc.  Chemical Engineering, Jordan University of Science and Technology, Jordan,  2002.

 

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

      Statistical thermodynamics.

      Mass transfer.

      Petroleum refining.

      Heat transfer.

Experiences:

   Lecturer (September, 2013 Present)

King Faisal University (Saudi Arabia Al-Hafouf)

   Quality Management Department Manager (April, 2010 July, 2012)

Albadr Dibaj Production Company (part of SWAROVSKI Group (Jordan Amman)

   Senior Production Engineer(October, 2007 March, 2010)

Hikma Pharmaceuticals (Jordan Amman)

   Area Shift Supervisor (June, 2005 October. 2007)

Jordanian Petroleum Refinery JOPETROL (Jordan Zarqa)

   Shift Supervisor (July, 2002 May, 2005)

Modern Establishment for Manufacturing Fatty Acids and Glycerin (Jordan Al-Mowaqar)

 


Publications
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   Kaffayatullah Khan, Muhammad Nasir Amin, Muhammad Umair Saleem, Hisham Jahangir Qureshi, Majdi Adel Al-Faiad and Muhammad Ghulam Qadir, "Effect of Fineness of Basaltic Volcanic Ash on Pozzolanic Reactivity, ASR Expansion and Drying Shrinkage of Blended Cement Mortars", Materials, 2019, 12, 2603.

   Ali Kh. Al-Matar, Ahmed H. Tobgy, Ibrahim A. Suleiman and Majdi A. Al-Faiad, " Improving Monte-Carlo and Molecular Dynamics Simulation Outcomes Using Temperature-Dependent Interaction Parameters: The Case of Pure LJ Fluid", International Journal of Computational Methods, Vol. 12, No. 02, 1550003 (2015).

   Ali Kh. Al-Matar, Ahmed H. Tobgy and Majdi A. Al-Faiad, "Self-Diffusion Coefficient of Lennard-Jones Fluid Using Temperature Dependant Interaction Parameters at Deferent Pressures", The 6th Jordan International Chemical Engineering Conference, (Amman Jordan, March 2012).

   Ali Kh. Al-Matar, Ahmed H. Tobgy and Majdi, "Self-Diffusion Coefficient of Lennard-Jones Fluid Using Temperature Dependant Interaction Parameters", The 2nd International Chemical Engineering Conference, (Amman Jordan, October 2010).


Research IDs:

 

         Orcid ID: 8544-2550

     Scopus Author ID: 56394518100