In implementation of the engineering graduation projects “Bediati” Initiative in cooperation with the Engineers Syndicate in Alexandria and the Academy of Scientific Research, the second exhibition was held on Saturday, September 3, 2022, at the Syndicate’s headquarters in Al Shatby.


The exhibition included 15 engineering projects that won a grant from the Academy of Scientific Research, representing Alexandria University, Pharos University, the Arab Academy, Alexandria Institute of Engineering, and King Mariout Institute of Engineering.


An engineering jury reviewed and evaluated the submitted projects in the presence of the President of the Academy of Scientific Research, Head of the Engineers Syndicate, a group of project supervisors, representatives of participating Alexandria faculties of engineering, visitors from industrial and engineering companies, as well as interested individuals.


Later, the shield and certificates of the first place were given to the project of the students of the Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Program, Department of Mechanical Engineering, PUA’s Faculty of Engineering, which was entitled:

“Monitoring and Control for CNC Machining Router using Adaptive Control Features”.


This project was supervised by Prof. Dr. Sami Orabi, Dr. Dalia Ammar, and a group of students (graduates), namely: Omar Mohamed Abdel Razek, Ahmed Allah Atef Mohamed, Noureddine Mahmoud Mohamed, and Andrew Adel Aziz.


The project revolved around the automatic control of the performance of CNCs as a modern development and a new generation of numerical technology for manufacturing processes. Real-time monitoring of the performance of the machines can be then done through special sensors. Accordingly, appropriate technical decision can be made based on the developments and outcomes of the process hence solving many of the problems facing traditional numerical control programs.


In the submitted project, it was relied upon measuring the process vibration level as a performance indicator to avoid exceeding a certain level that may risk the components of the system (machine – cutter – work). Consequently, it may adversely affect the levels of finish quality and dimensional accuracy of the product.

The proposed model, design style, manufacturing, engineering innovation, and economic competiveness were highly commended. As a result, the project was given due praise and unanimity of the jury on winning the first place shield and certificate. In addition to the grant provided mainly to cover expenses.