AUST Institutional Repository
Welcome to the African University of Science and Technology, Institutional Repository. This is a digital archive service of the AUST Library for the preservation and promotion of research record and supporting research data at AUST. This service also collects, preserves, and distributes the academic output and research materials produced or maintained by AUST.
The AUST Repository includes
- Journal Articles (Pre-Prints and Post Prints)
- Conference Papers
- Thesis and Dissertations
- Datasets resulting from Research Projects
- Research and Publications
- Seminars and Workshops
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(2019-07-12)Mesoporous materials have generated a lot of interest over the past few decades owing to their wide range of applications in catalysis, separation, drug delivery, sensors, adsorption, photonics, nanodevices etc. To realise ...
(2017-12-12)This study presents the results of an experimental study of the effects of cassava leaves carbonitriding on the microstructure, hardness and abrasive wear behaviour of AISI 1065 and AISI 1070 steels used for barite mining ...
(2019-06-23)Drilling fluids play sophisticated roles in the drilling process which include, keeping formation fluids at bay, stabilizing the wellbore without damaging the formation, lubricating the bit and drill-string and clearing ...
Synthesis and Characterisation of Extruded Alkali Activated Earth-Based Composites for Sustainable Building Construction (2019-09-22)Alkali activation is a rapidly developing area in the global materials research and development community. It is based on alkali aluminosilicate chemistry with primary focus on the activation of solid aluminosilicate ...
(2019-07-13)Recently, there has been a drift of attention towards gel polymer based electrolytes owing to the fact that they are cheap and can achieve an extended potential window for improved energy density in s upercapacitor devices ...