Contact Shamsuddeen Ashurah Abubakar

Background

Shamsuddeen completed his BSc in Petroleum Engineering in 2009 and specialised in Drilling of Oil and Gas Wells from Ufa State Petroleum Technological University. He completed his MSc in 2011 from the same university in Processing Machinery and Equipment for Operation of Oil and Gas Wells. This included a nine-month research period leading to a thesis studying screw pump geometric parameters and their effects on operation (for different kinematic ratios). Shamsuddeen then worked in a number of roles including lecturer at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Nigeria.

Shamsuddeen is now in Cranfield University to pursue a PhD in “Stress Corrosion Cracking effects of Metals and Alloys under Representative Pipeline Conditions”.

Current activities

Shamsuddeen is carrying out his PhD research within Cranfield University’s Energy and Power Theme, in the School of Water, Energy and Environment.

His PhD research focuses on the susceptibility of different metals and alloys to stress corrosion cracking in corrosive environments.