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Dr. Ali Albadri

Dr. Ali Albadri is chief engineer at London Underground Ltd. He has served as lead engineer for Tube Lines Ltd. and JNP. Prior to joining the vertical-transportation industry, he worked for the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Brunel University and Oxford University, in addition to Cookson Group, ABB, Olympus and Hydronix Ltd. He has a PhD and an MPhil in materials science from UMIST and the University of Sheffield, respectively, and BSc degrees in nuclear engineering from Baghdad University and mechanical engineering from Technology University. Albadri has had papers about materials science and concrete design instruments published. Recently, he has had more than 20 papers on using the fractal dimension concept in understanding and maintaining machines published. He has also and invented and patented many products, such as the concrete strength device, the smart step and the smart test rig.

The Construction of Poincare Space Map and Phase Plan Map for Escalators with Mechanical Fault (Part 3)

Construction of Poincare Space Map and Phase Plan Map for Escalators with Mechanical Fault, Part 3

By Dr. Ali Albadri | December 1, 2021
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Your author constructs his maps for an escalator suffering from mechanical failure.

Construction of Poincare Space Map and Phase Plan Map for Escalators, Part 2

Construction of Poincare Space Map and Phase Plan Map for Escalators, Part 2

By Dr. Ali Albadri | November 1, 2021
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Work repeats that explained in Part 1, but with data derived from passenger loading.

Construction of Poincare Space Map and Phase Plan Map for Escalators, Part 1

Construction of Poincare Space Map and Phase Plan Map for Escalators, Part 1

By Dr. Ali Albadri | October 1, 2021
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Your author notes confirmation of smart step data’s fractal set nature.

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Escalator Fractal Behavior, Part Four

By Dr. Ali Albadri | February 1, 2021
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Series conclusion details deployment of the concept of the fractal and its partial values in correlation to the mechanical performance and availability of escalators for passenger service.

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