School of Architectural Technology, Dave Wackerlin, Adrian Bica, Daniel Rafique, Vito Picicci, Jordan Martin, Tawfik Kettanah, Ramiro Nolasco, David Peterson, Shannon Pirie, Mohammed Al-Hamdi, Farwa Aslam, Pawanpreet Banwait, Eric Cheng, Yu Wei Cheng, Mark Flores, Soni Hanspal, Ryley Harris, Jaber Inyat, Bryce Jarman, Paulina Kozera, Yue Lin, Sarah Mahdi, Hassan Mahmood, Patrick Nguyen, Juan Ortiz, Amish Patel, Vikash Patel, Kanwaljeet Paul, Tyler Pennington, Jonathan Pivato, Brent Ramnath, Muneet Singh, James Suttak, Matt Tam, and Jonathon Tirabassi
Welcome to Sheridan’s School of Architectural Technician/Technology inaugural printed portfolio. This volume is a celebration of the architectural achievements of Sheridan students. Much of the content presented here has been incubated in CADD39788, Architectural Computer Visualisation. Inside you will find an amalgamation of student and faculty work put together into a publication that reflects the rich theatre of creativity and complexity that is architectural education here at Sheridan. Student work within the magazine is from the last year of studies in the Architectural Technology program. Each student has selected their best work to represent some of the skills that they have learned over the years as part of Sheridan.
Faculty work is a selection of research, teaching, and professional projects that represents that quality and diversity of educators that serve not only as teachers, but also as mentors to our students. They showcase the talent and skill of some of the individuals that make the Sheridan program a reality.
Andy Alubaidy, Bo Tan, and Krishnan Venkatakrishnan
The book Advances in Nanofibers is a research publication that covers original research on developments within the Nanofibers field of study. The book is a collection of reviewed scholarly contributions written by different authors. Each scholarly contribution represents a chapter and each chapter is complete in itself but related to the major topics and objectives. The target audience comprises scholars and specialists in the field.
Chapter 7 "Nanofibers Reinforced Polymer Composite Microstructures," by Andy Alubaidy, Krishnan Venkatakrishnan and Bo Tan is designed to be a comprehensive source for nanofibers reinforced polymer studies. The fundamental properties, manufacturing techniques, and applications of nanofibers reinforced polymer materials are discussed. In addition, this chapter introduce an in depth scientific framework for the advances in nanofibers reinforced polymer researches as well as scientific principles and mechanisms in relation to the methods of fabrication of reinforced microstructuring with a discussion on potential commercial applications. The mechanical, electrical, and magnetic properties of nanofibers reinforced polymer microstructures will be the focus of this chapter. It also offers an in depth discussion on methodology, modeling, characterization, fabrication, and applications for nanofibers reinforced polymers.