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International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials
ISSN : 24775428     EISSN : 2477541X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Engineering,
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials (IJIMEAM) is a scientific open access journal which publishes theoretical and empirical peer-reviewed articles twice a year
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Articles 16 Documents
THE EFFORTS ON SUSTAINABILITY OF THE ACHIEVEMENT FKMP ON QS WORLD UNIVERSITY RANKING TOP 300 BY SUBJECT Nasir, N. F.; Yusof, Y.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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This article review each vital elements and aspects that contribute to sustain recent achievement of Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (FKMP), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia by the QS world university ranking by subject in 2015. Some of recent and important issues are discussed and reviewed. The suggestions for improvements are also raised out for further reference.
LIFE EXTENSION TECHNIQUE FOR WELDED STRUCTURE USING HFMI/PIT: A REVIEW ON PAST AND CURRENT RESEARCHES WITH APPLICATIONS Manurung, Y. H. P.; Mohamed, M. A.; Andud, D.; Abidin, A. Z.; Saidin, S.; Kasim, K.; Ishak, D. P.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
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In this paper, High Frequency Mechanical Impact (HFMI) using Pneumatic Impact Treatment (PIT) which can be applied for new or aging welded structure towards asset integrity will be discussed. The technology HFMI/PIT which falls under post weld treatment process is primarily aimed to enhance fatigue life and to strengthen welded joint. At first, the basic principle on fatigue of welded structure based on the IIW Recommendation will be briefly described. Further, various investigations conducted by prominent research universities or institutions and various industrial applications in European countries will be reviewed and discussed. Lastly, the current research on application of HFMI/PIT carried out under Advanced Manufacturing Technology Excellence Centre (AMTEx) at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering UiTM Shah Alam will be presented. As conclusion, it is stated that HFMI/PIT can be applied for extending the structural life and also for design optimization.
Message from the Chief Editor Sebayang, Darwin
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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Welcome to all our readers to the premiere issue of International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials (IJIMEAM). We are to present to our readers six articles from our international contributors who have generously shared their research findings on the various aspects of innovation in mechanical engineering and advanced materials. Sharing current research and publishing of the research collaboration among various institutions and countries is the main motivation of publishing this journal.The articles in this premiere edition can be categorized into general issues, mechanical engineering and advanced materials. The authors of the first article was invited to share their efforts and challenge on the sustainability of the achievement of Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering (FKMP), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia on QS World University Ranking Top 300 by Subject in 2015 which is achieved in relatively short time. M. Ismoen et al. in the second article discuss the similarity and nonsimilarity solutions on flow and heat transfer over a wedge with power law stream condition which is an output of the research collaboration between Institut Teknologi Brunei, Brunei Darussalam and Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. S. Hasan, A.N. Ahmad and D. Feriyanto review the design of the package on the application of an internet, online and network based on reducing waste in lean manufacturing operation that will replace the manual method doing value stream mapping. T. Mulyana discusses on a nonparametric system identification based on transient analysis with plant process of heat exchanger as case study, and I. A. Wibowo dan D. Sebayang present an applied research about the optimization of Solar-Wind Diesel Hybrid Power System design using Homer. The last article highlight the preparation and photoluminescence properties of RF-Sputtered Zn O Film which was conducted under cooperation between Posts and Telecommunications Institute of Technology, Vietnam, Posts and Telecommunications Group Hanoi, Department of Physics, Hanoi University of Natural Science, Hanoi, Institute of Materials Science, Academy of Science and Technology, Vietnam, Hanoi, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Mercu Buana University, Jakarta, Indonesia and Department of Physics, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Yongin, South Korea.To all our authors, thank for making this premiere issue possible. To our reviewers, thank you for helping us in ensuring IJIMEAM achieves the high quality that it aims for. We hope everyone; from authors to reviewers will continue to give their strong support so that we can continue to provide the knowledge sharing that is made possible through research publication by global Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Material practitioner and researcher.Last but not least, we thank the Management of Universitas Mercu Buana for their support in sponsorships and publishing this journal. Prof (Em) Dr.Ing. Ir. Darwin Sebayang
SIMILARITY AND NONSIMILARITY SOLUTIONS ON FLOW AND HEAT TRANSFER OVER A WEDGE WITH POWER LAW STREAM CONDITION Ismoen, M.; Karim, M. F.; Mohamand, R.; Kandasamy, R.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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The similarity and non-similarity analysis are presented to investigate the effect of buoyancy force on the steady flow and heat transfer of fluid past a heated wedge. The fluid is assumed to be a Newtonian, viscous and incompressible. The wall of the wedge is an impermeable with power law free stream velocity and a wall temperature. Due to the effect of a buoyancy force, a power law of free stream velocity and wall temperature, then the flow field is similar when n = 2m - 1, otherwise is non-similar when n ≠ 2m - 1. The governing boundary layer equations are written into dimensionless forms of ordinary differential equations by means of Falkner-Skan transformation. The resulting ordinary differential equations are solved by Runge-Kutta Gill with shooting method for finding a skin friction and a rate of heat transfer. The effects of buoyancy force and non-uniform wall temperature parameters on the dimensionless velocity and temperature profiles are shown graphically. Comparisons with previously published works are performed and excellent agreement between the results is obtained. The conclusion is drawn that the flow field and temperature profiles are significantly influenced by these parameters.
DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED GAS INSTRUMENTATION SYSTEM IN DIRECT REDUCTION PLANT Adriansyah, A.; Rahman, F.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
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Direct reduction is the removal of oxygen from iron without melting process. In direct reduction process, the presence of mixture gas in accordance levels largely determines the performance of the iron produced. Therefore, it needs gas sensors system which has high accuracy and reliability in this process. Unfortunately, there are some things that cause decreasing in the accuracy and reliability of the gas sensor in this process. This paper aims to offer a system that can preserve the accuracy and reliability of the gas measurement system called as Integrated Gas Instrumentation System. The system tends to integrate gas sensor component using Specific Gravity (SG) with other components, such as water trap, filter regulator and monitor gas flow rate. The values of Specific Gravity Meter based on process that display in DCS system are compared with lab results for three type of experiments. Based on experiment results it can be said that the proposed system is able to improve the accuracy and reliability of direct reduction process.
SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TOLUENE SULFONIC ACID (TSA)-DOPED POLYPYRROLE NANOPARTICLES: EFFECTS OF DOPANT CONCENTRATIONS Alva, S.; Utami, R. S.; Shyuan, L. K.; Puspasari, I.; Mohammad, A. B.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
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Nanoparticles of the conducting polymer polypyrrole in toluene sulfonic acid (PPy/TSA) were synthesized and characterized. The polymerization was process carried out in situ using ammonium persulfate (APS) as an oxidant. The particles were synthesized by varying the dopant concentration of para-toluene sulfonic acid over five sulphonic acid concentrations. The main objective of this study was to examine the effect of TSA dopant concentrations on the properties of polypyrrole nanoparticles. Understanding nature and characteristics of polypyrrole/TSA nanoparticles are important in determining whether the nanoparticles have the potential to be a component in the manufacture of fuel cells. The conducting polymer particles synthesized in this study were characterized using a particle analyzer, X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), spectroscopy UV-visible (UV-vis), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and electrical conductivity measurement. XRD shows that the particles generated possessed an amorphous structure, as also indicated by SEM images revealing the formation of aggregated and granular composite particles. Furthermore, the FTIR peak between 1273 and 1283cm-1 indicated that sulfonic acids (SO3-) groups were present in the structure of PPy. The size of the PPy/TSA nanoparticles was determined to be approximately 24-51 nm, and their conductivity measured to be 1.3 x 10-1 S/cm.
COMPUTERIZED VALUE STREAM SYSTEM (CVSS) TO REDUCE WASTE IN LEAN MANUFACTURING OPERATION Hasan, S.; Ahmad, A. N. A.; Feriyanto, D.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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Lean manufacturing is a popular method of acquiring efficiency in manufacturing environment. Value stream mapping (VSM) is one of the methods that can be used by practitioner to support lean. VSM method is also a common method to identify waste and determined causes of the waste through the value stream mapping approach and propose solutions to improve workplace environment. This project is an attempt to computerize the normally manual VSM process. Computerize value stream system (CVSS) is basically a method which is an internet networking system combined with traditional concept of value stream mapping method used at manufacturing company to reduce wastes. This paper summarizes the way to apply an internet, online and network based of an efficient computerize value stream system to improve operation value of the manufacturing company. This paper reviews the design of the package that will replace the manual method of doing VSM. The system is tested in a real shop floor environment and found to be successful.
THE CORROSION PROTECTION ON STEEL PIPE ST 41 IN WATER PLUMBING ENVIRONMENTAL USING NATRIUM CARBONATE (NA2CO3) AS INHIBITOR Arwati, I. G. A.; Izzati, T.; Arifin, Z.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
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This study aimed to analyze the effect of adding to the rate of steel corrosion inhibitor and comparing the rate of corrosion on steel pipes with and without inhibitors.The testing conducted in Puspitek shown that the most optimum inhibitor contained in the addition of 1% due to changes in the price of the original acidity (pH) from 7.30 to 11.80. This shows the increasing of pH occurred sizable value and followed by the declines of potential value (Ecorr) -700.53 mV to -512.39 mV. Thus, the  decreasing accured to the current corrosion value (Icorr) from 2.71 μA/cm2 to 0.31 μA/cm2, while the corrosion rate of carbon steel St 41 decreased most effective after adding 1% Na2CO3 as inhibitor, the corrosion rate is changed from 1.2437 mpy to 0.1427 mpy.
HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGING OF BORON DISTRIBUTION ON DIAMOND FILM USING ENERGY FILTERED TEM Dimyati, A.; Purwanto, S.; Iskandar, R.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 2, No 1 (2016)
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The main difficulty in investigation of thin film systems is the lack of capability to get detail information of the material in nano level due to the low resolution of conventional imaging techniques such as SEM, SIMS etc. In this work Electron Spectroscopy Imaging (ESI) in energy filtered transmission electron microscope (EFTEM) was used to produce a real image of  boron distribution in a diamond film deposited on (111) Si by chemical vapor deposition. The result revealed the layer consists of 1.3 µm thick diamond structured carbon film adjacent to Si substrate and 120 nm amorph carbon layer on top most surface. Boron atoms were distributed uniformly in both layer, however slight higher concentration in the second layer is observed. There was obviously no grain boundary enrichment of Boron atoms observed.
A NONPARAMETRIC SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION BASED ON TRANSIENT ANALYSIS WITH PLANT PROCESS OF HEAT EXCHANGER AS STUDY CASE Mulyana, T.
International Journal of Innovation in Mechanical Engineering and Advanced Materials Vol 1, No 1 (2015)
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In this article, a nonparametric identification system based on transient analysis has been reviewed, by taking the case in some of the data plant process of heat exchanger. Results of the study found that the first-order transfer function without time-delay the proposed model to the data with a temperature constant value is 35.20 ºC and the time constant is 7200 seconds. This model has been fit to meet the existing data proving that the results of the calculation error do not exceed 2%.

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