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Name Waqas Asghar
Designation Lecturer
Department Mechanical Engineering (Taxila)
Highest Qualification M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering
Specialization Design against Fatigue
Phone No 051-9047-621
Cell No 0335-5919207
Fax No
Email [email protected]

Matriculation:   BISE Multan(2006)

FSc Pre Engineering:  BISE Multan(2008)

BSc Engineering:  UET Taxila(2008-2012)

MSc Mechanical Engineering: UET Taxila(2013-2016)

 Fatigue crack growth rate of fiber metal laminates.

Fatigue life estimation of acetylene welded aluminum alloy

Fatigue of metals, composites and nano materials, coatings, SEM fractography, ceramics

  1. Atta-ur-Rahman, R., et al., Demarcation of Fatigue Crack Cumulative Damage (Initiation+ stage I) of Aluminum Alloy under Combined Loading. Life Science Journal, 2013. 10(12s).
  2. MUDASERULLAH, R.P., R. RAHMAN, and W. ASGHAR, Fatigue life estimation of different welding zones of oxy acetylene welded aluminum alloy (AA 5052-H32). Nucleus, 2013. 50(3): p. 261-265.
  3. Waqas et al. Investigation of Fatigue Crack Growth Rate in CARALL, ARALL and GLARE, Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures, 2017 (published online)
  1. Evaluation of tensile behavior and interlaminar shear strength of fiber metal laminates
  2. Effect of dffernt parameters on pore size of anodized Aluminum

Lab Engineer Uet Taxila: 5-11-2013 to 23-3-2015

Lecturer Uet Taxila: 24-3-2015 to present

Teaching as a visting Lecturer at Govt Technical College Jhelum. (Nov 2012-April2013)

Teaching as a lab engineer at UET Taxila.(Nov 2013-Mar 2015)

Teaching as a lecturer at UET Taxila.(Mar 2015-onwards)

  1. 1st   International conference on cost effective manufacturing of Composites at ISt Islamabad. (Mar 2014)
  1. Evaluation of tensile behavior and interlaminar shear strength of fiber metal laminates
  2. Effect of dffernt parameters on pore size of anodized Aluminum
  1. Professional Development workshop on Micro Teaching (Oct 2016)

  2. One day workshop on Computational Flud Dynamics (13-4-2017)

Applied Mechanics and Design