Shuhaida Yahud, Assoc. Prof. Dr.
About Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shuhaida Yahud
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shuhaida Yahud is currently as Associate Professor Dr. at Faculty of Electronic Engineering Technology , Universiti Malaysia Perlis
She was formerly from School of Mechatronic Engineering
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8155-0300
Scopus Author ID: 26424167000
Email: Shuhaida Yahud
(IOP Publishing, 2019)Arteriovenous fistula (AVF) defined as shunting in the arterial system and the venous conduit is a preferred vascular access used in haemodialysis. The AVF provide a sufficient increase in blood flow rates for effective ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014-06)In this paper, conducting polymer composites were prepared by adding different percentage of carbon black (2, 4, 6 and 8)% to unsaturated polyester resin. Hence, this project focuses on two types of carbon black which is ...
(EuroJournals Publishing, 2008)The study is to develop a prosthetic hand that can be controlled by Brain-Computer Interface (BCI). The proposed prosthetic hand consists of palm and 5 fingers. The hand was designed to perform the 4 predetermined essential ...
(Springer-Verlag, 2007)The objective of the study is to develop a prosthetic hand for the usage of Brain-computer Interface (BCI) system. In the proposed BCI system the prosthetic hand was introduced as an external device controlled by the system. ...
(IEEE Conference Publications, 2008)Using a bioinspired design approach, we describe the development of a tactile sensor for a robotic hand, based on the mechanoreceptors in the glabrous skin of the human, able to replicate the sensory function of both slow ...
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2010-08-31)A tactile sensor for robotic applications is described, inspired by the mechanoreceptors in the glabrous skin of the human hand, in order to replicate the sensory function of both slow adapting and fast adapting ...
(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE), 2009-09-03)We describe a tactile sensor for a robotic hand, based on the mechanoreceptors in the glabrous skin of the human hand to replicate the sensory function of both slow adapting and fast adapting receptors. Strain gauges are ...