Papers by Author: Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin

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Authors: Darus Murizam, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Mohd Arif Anuar Mohd Salleh, Che Pa Faizul, M.Z. Ruhiyuddin
Abstract: The development of precipitate during ageing treatment of A319 alloy contributed significantly to the alloy strengthening mechanism. Two solution treatment temperatures which were set at 510°C and 525°C were subjected onto the different groups of A319 alloy samples and followed by artificial ageing process at 180°C. Scanning electron microscopy was employed to observe the over-aged samples from both solution treatment temperatures. The observation shows that Mg2Si precipitates was only appeared at the higher solution treatment condition, while the Al2Cu precipitate developed in both solution treatment temperatures.
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Authors: Che Daud Zuraidawani, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Md. Fazlul Bari
Abstract: This research was carried out to fabricate and characterize Co-Cr-Mo (F-75) alloy. The samples have been prepared via solid state sintering. The lab work comprises the mixing of F-75 alloy powder with 2 wt. % of binder. The mixture was cold compacted using uniaxially press at 500 MPa. The samples were sintered at three different temperatures (1250 °C, 1300 °C and 1350 °C) in inert environment for 90 minutes of sintering time. The sintered samples were characterized by using Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy (EDS) and optical microscope (OM) Olympus BX41M. Bulk density, apparent porosity, percentage of linear shrinkage, and microhardness of the samples were also characterized. The average of the grain sizes were measured by line intercepts method. The optical micrographs showed the difference grain size in all sintered samples after etching with Marble reagent. The result shows the percentage of linear shrinkage, bulk density value and porosity increase with increasing the sintering temperature. Beside that, higher sintering temperature yields coarser grain structure.
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Authors: Che Mohd Ruzaidi Ghazali, H. Kamarudin, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, M. M. A. Abdullah
Abstract: The attractive performance-to-cost ratio associated with the incorporation of waste material in composite formulations used to produce brake pads has stimulated the idea of exploring the possible incorporation of additional waste materials in such formulations. Thus, the viability of adding palm slag to the composite formulation used in brake pads was investigated, and the results are reported in this paper. In addition, other fillers, such as calcium carbonate and dolomite, were used for comparative purposes. The properties examined included thermal properties, compressive strength, and wear behavior. The results showed that palm slag has significant potential for use as an alternative to the existing fillers in the composite formulations used to produce brake pads.
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Authors: Shamsuddin Saidatulakmar, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Zuhailawati Hussain, Zainal Arifin Ahmad
Abstract: Fe-Cr matrix composite reinforced with alumina with mean powder sizes of 13, 23, 24 and 64 μm was successfully obtained through powder metallurgy method. The powder mixture were blended at a rotating speed of 250 rpm for thirty minutes and uni-axially pressed at a pressure of 750 MPa. Samples identified as J13, J23, J24 and J64 according to alumina particles size were sintered in a vacuum furnace under 10-2 Torr at a temperature of 1100°C for two hours with 10°C/minutes heating rate. The peaks of XRD patterns have been identified as belonging to the phases of Fe, Cr and alumina. The EDX analysis confirms the existence of Fe, Cr, Al and O. Reinforcing the Fe-Cr matrix with alumina particles bigger than 13 µm deteriorated the microstructure and mechanical properties of the composites. The wear coefficient for sample reinforced with 13 µm alumina particles is 2.46 × 10-11 with compressive strength of 278 MPa. Meanwhile for sample reinforced with 64 µm alumina particles its wear coefficient is 5.09 × 10-11 and compressive strength is 81 MPa. It is found that reinforcing smaller alumina particles sizes to Fe-Cr matrix resulted in better wear and strength properties of the composites.
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Authors: Siti Aishah Buyong, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Rohaya Abdul Malek
Abstract: In this work, Mg and Zn powder were used to prepare the Mg-Zn/β-TCP composites with different β-TCP composition by using powder metallurgy technique. The composite were mixed using ball mill and compacted at 500 MPa. The composites sintered at 450 °C in tube furnace for two hours. The effects of properties on Mg-Zn with different composition of β-TCP were studied. The results on the effect of β-TCP composition were analyzed in terms of density and microstructural analysis.
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Authors: Roshasmawi Abdul Wahab, Mohd Noor Mazlee, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Khairul Nizar Ismail
Abstract: In this study, the mixing of polystyrene (PS) beads and fly ash as a sand replacement material in foamed cement composites (FCC) has been investigated. Specifically, the mechanical properties such as compressive strength and flexural strength were measured. Different proportions of fly ash were added in cement composites to replace the sand proportion at 3 wt. %, 6 wt. %, 9 wt. % and 12 wt. % respectively. The water to cement ratio was fixed at 0.65 meanwhile ratios of PS beads used was 0.25 volume percent of samples as a foaming agent. All samples at different mixed were cured at 7 and 28 days respectively. Based on the results of compressive strength, it was found that the compressive strength was increased with the increasing addition of fly ash. Meanwhile, flexural strength was decreased with the increasing addition of fly ash up to 9 wt. %. The foamed cement composites with 12 wt. % of fly ash produced the highest strength of compressive strength meanwhile 3 wt. % of fly ash produced the highest strength of flexural strength.
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Authors: Shamsuddin Saidatulakmar, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Zuhailawati Hussain, Zainal Arifin Ahmad
Abstract: The aim of this study is to determine the optimum heating rate in fabricating Fe-Cr-Al2O3 composites by powder metallurgy methods. The Fe-based composites reinforced with ceramics are widely used due to their high strength, hardness and wear resistance. Among steps in powder metallurgy methods are mixing, compaction and sintering. Sintering is a very important step due to its ability to evolve microstructural features that govern the end properties. Sintering of green compacts made of iron powder mixture must be performed in vacuum or in a reducing atmosphere because water-atomised iron powder particles are oxidized on the surface and in this way some deoxidation reaction can occur during sintering. The heating process up to sintering temperature, plays a major role, the major proportion of densification occurs during the heating process. The composites produced were subjected to the following tests: densification, Vickers micro hardness, microstructure using SEM and X-ray diffraction analysis. From this investigation, to achieve higher densification and hardness the optimal heating rate is 10°C/minute. X-Ray Diffraction study showed that the fabrication of the composites does not lead to any compositional changes of the matrix phase and the reinforcing phase.
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Authors: W. Rahman, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, Mohd Noor Mazlee
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of the stearic acid as binder in sintering pure iron using a microwave furnace. The study was focused in mechanical properties such as porosity, density and micro-hardness of sintered product. The experiment was done by varying weight percentages of stearic acid and controlling the sintering parameters such as sintering temperature and sintering time. Increasing the percentage of stearic acid resulted in higher porosity and lower bulk density. Hardness has increased by increasing sintering temperature and sintering time. The optimum material properties were found at 1300 °C sintering temperature with addition 2 % stearic acid within 30 minutes sintering time.
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Authors: Kasmuin Mohd Zaheruddin, Sri Asliza Md Amin, Azmi B. Rahmat, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin, R.A. Khairel
Abstract: C0-HA composite produced by simple electroless deposition method was studied. From the particle size analysis by Malvern particles analyzer its shows that 19% increment in average of the particle size powder increase after the electroless process with higher cobalt (II) chloride and reduction agent concentration. By EDX and XR-D analysis it was confirmed that cobalt metal was deposited onto HA and contribute to uniform distribution in morphologies by SEM analysis. The Vickers hardness result of up to 430HV was achieved after sintering process at 1250°C. The experimental results demonstrated that the Co-HA powder was successfully prepared by using this method and provide distinct advantages such as uniformity of deposition at lower cost and simple process.
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Authors: Mohd Noor Mazlee, Shamsul Baharin Jamaludin
Abstract: In the present study, superheating treatment has been applied on A357 reinforced with 0.5 wt.% (Composite 1) and 1.0 wt.% (Composite 2) continuous stainless steel composite. In Composite 1, the microstructure displayed poor bonding between matrix and reinforcement interface. Poor bonding associated with large voids also can be seen in Composite 1. The results also showed that coarser eutectic silicon (Si) particles were less intensified around the matrix-reinforcement interface. From energy dispersive spectrometry (EDS) elemental mapping, it was clearly shown that the distribution of eutectic Si particles were less concentrated at poor bonding regions associated with large voids. Meanwhile in Composite 2, the microstructure displayed good bonding combined with more concentrated finer eutectic Si particles around the matrix-reinforcement interface. From EDS elemental mapping, it was clearly showed more concentrated of eutectic Si particles were distributed at the good bonding area. The superheating treatment prior to casting has influenced the microstructure and tends to produce finer, rounded and preferred oriented α-Al dendritic structures.
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