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Manufacturing defects in thermoplastic composite pipes and their effect on the in-situ performance of thermoplastic composite pipes in oil and gas applications. (2022)
Journal Article
OKOLIE, O., LATTO, J., FAISAL, N., JAMIESON, H., MUKHERJI, A. and NJUGUNA, J. [2022]. Manufacturing defects in thermoplastic composite pipes and their effect on the in-situ performance of thermoplastic composite pipes in oil and gas applications. Applied composite materials [online], (accepted). To be made available from: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10443-022-10066-9

Thermoplastic composite pipes (TCP), which are a form of fibre reinforced thermoplastic pipes, have proven benefits such as being lightweight and non-corrosive. However, during manufacturing, certain defects are induced because of certain parameters,... Read More about Manufacturing defects in thermoplastic composite pipes and their effect on the in-situ performance of thermoplastic composite pipes in oil and gas applications..

Material challenges and opportunities in 3D printing for hip implant applications. (2022)
Journal Article
OKOLIE, O., STACHUREK, I., KANDASUBRAMANIAN, B. and NJUGUNA, J. 2022. Material challenges and opportunities in 3D printing for hip implant applications. Recent progress in materials [online], 4(1): 3D printing of engineering materials, article 2201004. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21926/rpm.2201004

There is a current need for tissue and organ repairs, replacement and regeneration for the patients who suffer from diseased/damaged tissues or organs. This situation is continuously on the rise and the supply on this form of therapy does not meet th... Read More about Material challenges and opportunities in 3D printing for hip implant applications..

3D printing for hip implant applications: a review. (2020)
Journal Article
OKOLIE, O., STACHUREK, I., KANDASUBRAMANIAN, B. and NJUGUNA, J. 2020. 3D printing for hip implant applications: a review. Polymers [online], 12(11), articles ID 2682. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/polym12112682

There is a rising demand for replacement, regeneration of tissues and organ repairs for patients who suffer from diseased/damaged bones or tissues such as hip pains. The hip replacement treatment relies on the implant, which may not always meet the r... Read More about 3D printing for hip implant applications: a review..