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DR. AHMAD SHAHIR BIN JAMALUDIN

Contact No. : 09-4245866
Gender : MALE
Nationality : MALAYSIA
Current Positon : DS51-A-PENSYARAH UNIVERSITI
E-Mail : shahir@ump.edu.my
 
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
. 2017 : IJAZAH KEDOKTORAN (DOCTORAL DEGREE), KANAZAWA UNIVERSITY,JAPAN
. 2013 : Sarjana , UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA SARAWAK
. 2010 : Sarjana Muda dengan Kepujian, KANAZAWA UNIVERSITY,JAPAN
 
EXPERTISE
EXPERT AREA MAJOR YEARS OF EXPERTISE LEVEL
ADVANCED MATERIALS-COMPOSITE SPECIAL ALLOYS LASER SINTERED MATERIAL
5
SANGAT TINGGI
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY PRODUCT DESIGN
5
SANGAT TINGGI
MEMPUNYAI KELULUSAN DI PERINGKA SARJANA/PH.D/PROFESSIONAL MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING
5
SANGAT TINGGI
ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING BIODEGRADABLE LUBRICANT-COOLANT DESIGN
5
SANGAT TINGGI
GREEN TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT MINIMUM QUANTITY LUBRICATION
3
SANGAT TINGGI
HARD AND BRITTLE MATERIALS TOOL LIFE AND SURFACE FINISH
5
SANGAT TINGGI
INDUSTRIAL TRIBOLOGY CUTTING TOOL AND MATERIAL SURFACE TRIBOLOGY AND SURFACE FINISH
3
SANGAT TINGGI
MANUFACTURING TOOL LIFE AND SURFACE FINISH
5
SANGAT TINGGI
METALS AND METAL ALLOY MATERIALS LASER SINTERED MATERIAL
5
SANGAT TINGGI
PLASTIC PRODUCT DESIGN PLASTIC PRODUCT DESIGN
5
SANGAT TINGGI
SIMULATION MODELLING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
5
SANGAT TINGGI
SIMULATION AND MODELING MECHANICAL SYSTEM MODELLING
5
SANGAT TINGGI
STRUCTURE, MECHANICAL AND THERMAL PROPERTIES CUTTING PROCESS WITH COOLANT AND LUBRICANT
5
SANGAT TINGGI
SUSTAINABLE GREEN TECHNOLOGY BIODEGRADABLE LUBRICANT-COOLANT DESIGN
3
SANGAT TINGGI
VIRTUAL MANUFACTURING SIMULATION OF CUTTING PROCESS
5
SANGAT TINGGI
 
EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
EMPLOYER POST JOIN DATE RESIGN DATE STATUS
Maegashira Sdn. Bhd. INTERPRETER / TRANSLATOR 01/11/2012 31/01/2013 SEMENTARA
   
RESEARCH
NO. TITLE ROLE START DATE END DATE STATUS
1. EFFECT OF OIL SLUDGE CONTAMINATION ONTO DYNAMICALLY CONTACTED SURFACE BETWEEN PISTON AND CYLINDER INSIDE DIESEL ENGINE Leader 25-AUG-2018 24-AUG-2020 Sedang Berjalan
2. EFFECT OF PRESS MOLDING PARAMETERS ON FORM ACCURACY OF ULTRATHIN SI-HDPE HYBRID FRESNEL LENS Member 25-AUG-2018 24-AUG-2020 Sedang Berjalan
3. FUZZY LOGIC BASED DIRECT TORQUE ALGORITHM OF INDUCTION MOTOR Member 30-APR-2018 29-APR-2020 Sedang Berjalan
4. DESIGN STRATEGY OF STUCK RECOVERY FOR WHEEL EMBEDDED UNDER THE SURFACE OF AN UNCONSOLIDATED SOFT SAND INCLINE Member 25-APR-2018 24-APR-2020 Sedang Berjalan
5. MODES AND PROGRESSION OF TOOL DETERIORATION AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CUTTING FORCE DURING END MILLING OF HASTELLOY 242 NICKEL BASED SUPERALLOY WITH NANO COOLANT APPROACH Member 25-APR-2018 24-APR-2020 Sedang Berjalan
6. Study of an optimal surface property of carbide cutting tool by surface modification method Member 30-JUN-2017 29-JUN-2019 Sedang Berjalan
7. Simulation of Assistive Grouser Mechanism for use on Lightweight Wheeled Robot for Traversing on Unconsolidated Soft Sand Inclines Member 30-JUN-2017 29-JUN-2019 Sedang Berjalan
8. Performance study of organic based minimum quantity lubrication on machining difficult-to-cut material Leader 30-JUN-2017 29-JUN-2019 Sedang Berjalan
9. MODES AND PROGRESSION OF TOOL DETERIORATION AND THEIR EFFECTS ON CUTTING FORCE DURING END MILLING OF 718PLUS NI-BASED SUPERALLOY USING CARBIDE TOOLS Member 20-JUN-2017 19-JUN-2019 Sedang Berjalan
   
PUBLICATION
TYPE PUBLICATION TARIKH PENERBITAN TYPE OF CONTRIBUTION
REFEREED PUBLICATION
CONFERENCE PAPER High Precision Estimation on Physical Behavior for Cutting with Various Tool Rake Angle by Finite Element Method 28/05/2018 In metal cutting process, cutting force holds significant information of the cutting tool performance and material machinability. However, it still remains unclear regarding to the relationship between cutting forces and other cutting parameters, such as cutting speed and contact friction coefficient. The main objective of this paper is to design a feasible Finite Element model to estimate cutting behavior with high accuracy.
CONFERENCE PAPER Study on the effectiveness of Extreme Cold Mist MQL system on turning process of stainless steel AISI 316 01/01/2018 Cutting process of difficult-to-cut material such as stainless steel, generates immensely excessive heat, which is one of the major causes related to shortening tool life and lower quality of surface finish. In the study, Extreme Cold Mist system is designed and tested along with various Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) systems on turning process of stainless steel AISI 316.
JOURNAL Evaluation of the Minimum Quantity Lubrication in Orthogonal Cutting with the Application of Finite Element Method 01/02/2017 In order to evaluate the performance of Minimum Quantity Lubrication (MQL) in cutting, it is necessary to understand the tribological and thermal effects of MQL during cutting process. This paper proposes a Finite Element Method to analyze the influence of the Minimum Quantity Lubrication in turning process of mild steel in terms of cutting force and cutting temperature.
JOURNAL Analysis of laser sintered materials using finite element method 02/12/2013 In the study, cutting force increases when radial depth increases and lowest error acquired when the shear friction factor of 0.8 was applied. Machining simulation for laser sintered materials estimated lower cutting force compared with mild steel AISI1055 due to lower Young modulus. Higher cutting temperature estimated for machining simulation laser sintered material compared with machining simulation mild steel AISI1055 due to its low thermal conductivity.
JOURNAL Study On Ball End Milling Process Using Two Dimensional Finite Element Method 01/06/2012 Invention of milling combined laser sintering system (MLSS) is able to reduce the mould manufacturing time and improve the mould accuracy. Thus, more study is needed to increase the understanding for the laser sintered material machining characteristic to gain benefit from the invention of MLSS. This paper clarified the analysis of laser sintered material machinability with the application of Finite Element Method (FEM).
   

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