Mohammed Hayajneh
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A fuzzy multi-criteria decision making model for supplier selection
D Dalalah, M Hayajneh, F Batieha
Expert systems with applications 38 (7), 8384-8391, 2011
Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) in multi-criteria analysis of the selection of cranes.
D Dalalah, F Al-Oqla, M Hayajneh
Jordan Journal of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering 4 (5), 2010
Wear behavior of Al–Mg–Cu–based composites containing SiC particles
AM Hassan, A Alrashdan, MT Hayajneh, AT Mayyas
Tribology International 42 (8), 1230-1238, 2009
Prediction of density, porosity and hardness in aluminum–copper-based composite materials using artificial neural network
AM Hassan, A Alrashdan, MT Hayajneh, AT Mayyas
Journal of materials processing technology 209 (2), 894-899, 2009
A study of the effects of machining parameters on the surface roughness in the end-milling process
MT Hayajneh, MS Tahat, J Bluhm
Jordan Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering 1 (1), 2007
Vehicle's lightweight design vs. electrification from life cycle assessment perspective
A Mayyas, M Omar, M Hayajneh, AR Mayyas
Journal of Cleaner Production 167, 687-701, 2017
Artificial neural network modeling of the drilling process of self-lubricated aluminum/alumina/graphite hybrid composites synthesized by powder metallurgy technique
MT Hayajneh, AM Hassan, AT Mayyas
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 478 (1-2), 559-565, 2009
Prediction of tribological behavior of aluminum–copper based composite using artificial neural network
M Hayajneh, AM Hassan, A Alrashdan, AT Mayyas
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 470 (1-2), 584-588, 2009
Re-evaluation of the basic mechanics of orthogonal metal cutting: velocity diagram, virtual work equation and upper-bound theorem
VP Astakhov, MOM Osman, MT Hayajneh
International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 41 (3), 393-418, 2001
Wear behavior of Al–Cu and Al–Cu/SiC components produced by powder metallurgy
AM Hassan, AT Mayyas, A Alrashdan, MT Hayajneh
Journal of materials science 43, 5368-5375, 2008
Investigating the mechanical thermal and polymer interfacial characteristics of Jordanian lignocellulosic fibers to demonstrate their capabilities for sustainable green materials
FM Al-Oqla, MT Hayajneh, O Fares
Journal of Cleaner Production 241, 118256, 2019
Eco-material selection using fuzzy TOPSIS method
A Mayyas, MA Omar, MT Hayajneh
International Journal of Sustainable Engineering 9 (5), 292-304, 2016
Mechanical performance, thermal stability and morphological analysis of date palm fiber reinforced polypropylene composites toward functional bio-products
FM Al-Oqla, MT Hayajneh, MM Al-Shrida
Cellulose 29 (6), 3293-3309, 2022
A hierarchy weighting preferences model to optimise green composite characteristics for better sustainable bio-products
FM AL-Oqla, MT Hayajneh
International Journal of Sustainable Engineering 14 (5), 1043-1048, 2021
Dielectric relaxation of mediterranean lignocellulosic fibers for sustainable functional biomaterials
O Fares, FM AL-Oqla, MT Hayajneh
Materials Chemistry and Physics 229, 174-182, 2019
Hole quality in deep hole drilling
MT Hayajneh
Materials and Manufacturing Processes 16 (2), 147-164, 2001
A design decision-making support model for selecting suitable product color to increase probability
FM AL-Oqla, MT Hayajneh
Design challenge conference: Managing creativity, innovation, and …, 2007
Physical and mechanical inherent characteristic investigations of various Jordanian natural fiber species to reveal their potential for green biomaterials
M Hayajneh, FM AL-Oqla, A Aldhirat
Journal of Natural Fibers 19 (13), 7199-7212, 2022
Tribological and mechanical fracture performance of Mediterranean lignocellulosic fiber reinforced polypropylene composites
FM AL‐Oqla, MT Hayajneh, A Aldhirat
Polymer Composites 42 (10), 5501-5511, 2021
Down-link NOMA networks in the presence of IQI and imperfect SIC: Receiver design and performance analysis
MM Alsmadi, NA Ali, M Hayajneh, SS Ikki
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 69 (6), 6793-6797, 2020
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