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BanuMusa Research Group

BanuMusa is an independent research group focuses on the practical application of numerical engineering simulation techniques such the Finite Element Method (FEM) for Structural Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD),and Multibody Simulation. In addition to end users from all industry sectors, our stakeholders include technology providers, researchers and academics.The object of the group is to design, simulate and analysis of mechanical problems. We specialized in providing consulting services for product concept and Computer Aided Design (CAD) drafting to advance Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and design optimization by using state-of-the-art CAE tools. The BanuMusa research group uses best software to simulate and modeling projects define by our clients. Our standard and up-to-date courses are prepared to training of theories and software use for engineering problems.  This group is committed to supplying professional, high quality and customer-focused solutions. We focus on the optimum use of FEA and CFD  within simulation and numerical modeling.

 

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Musa b. Shakir was not the name of a person to be remembered among the men of letters, religious scholars, or people of knowledge in his youth, but as a bandit who waylaid caravans on the roads of Khurasan. He had placed an operative agent for him who watched out for caravans and informed him of their number and the probable time of their arrival or departure. His modus operandi followed the routine of attending evening prayers in the local Mosque before he embarked on his looting sprees under cover of the night, military uniform on the body and a Veil on his face; he would also see that he returned before dawn and attended prayers in the same Mosque. After sometime, an index of suspicion was raised against him; however, people in the local Mosque were the first to defend him and stated that he attended the evening prayers and was among the earliest to arrive before dawn.
Musa b. Shakir reformed later in his life, possibly at the instance of the Abbasid Caliph al-Ma’mun, and worked in astrologyat his court, long before the latter assumed the august office. He stayed in Marw region of Khurasan, present day Iran, ruled by al-Ma’mun then; after the latter claimed the caliphate in Baghdad, Musa b. Shakir shifted his family to Baghdad where he became a member of the royal retinue. Foreseeing his death, Musa entrusted the guardianship of his sons (Ahmad, Hasan & Mohamad) to the Caliph.

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