Sunday, 13 September 2020

Jamia professor invented nano cement


Ibadur Rahman, an assistant professor at Jamia Millia Islamia, has invented nano cement. It has also received a patent by the Government of India. Two professors of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) also contributed to this effort.

Ibadur Rahman, working in the Civil Engineering Department of Jamia, said that the idea of ​​using nanotechnology in civil engineering came up while doing BTech at Delhi University of Technology (DTU) in the year 2012-13.

In a discussion with his teacher Muhammad Arif and Amir Azam at AMU, the idea was further strengthened. After this, the experiment started with both teachers in AMU's laboratory. Worked on this in IIT Kanpur and Jamia's labs as well.

He described the invention as' high strength cementitious nanocomposite, the composition and method are making the same name. He told me that now he is working on Nano Concrete. After getting success in this, we will send the patent to the government.

It took two years for the invention of nano cement: Rahman said that he spent two years in the invention of nano cement took time Started experimenting in the year 2012 and in 2014 they got success. It was then sent to the government for a patent.

He received the patent on 14 September 20, including both AMU professors Muhammad Arif and Amir Azam. Arif is a professor in the civil engineering department, while Azam is a professor in the department of applied physics engineering and technology.

Rahman said that Nano cement is more useful in building nuclear power plants, airports, bridges, and high-altitude buildings can be proved.

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