Wan Abdul Rahman Assyahid Wan Ibrahim, Dr.
About Dr. Wan Abd. Rahman Assyahid Wan Ibrahim
Dr. Wan Abd. Rahman Assyahid Wan Ibrahim is currently a Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Technology , Universiti Malaysia Perlis
He was formerly from School of Manufacturing Engineering
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2350-1783
Scopus Author ID: 56943590200
Skills and Expertise: Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Green Material, Microwave Processing of Materials
Optimization of holding time on microwave irradiation of the composite iron-chromium reinforced with alumina particle (Trans Tech Publications Ltd., 2016-01)In this study, the effect of holding time on the microwave sintered 84Fe-11Cr-5Al2O3 metal matrix composite (MMC) was investigated. Sintering was carried out in a tubular microwave furnace HAMiLab-V3 under N2 atmosphere. ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014)Microwave heating technology promising shorter processing times and less energy consumption beneficial for economic perspective with improved properties and better microstructural control. This study focussed on microwave ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014-01)This research is focused on assessing the feasibility of the new and innovative microwave sintering technology for fabricating iron-chromium composites prepared via powder metallurgy route. Accordingly, the microwave ...
Optimization of sintering temperature on microwave sintering of the composite iron-chromium reinforced with alumina particles (Trans Tech Publications, 2014-01)Microwave sintering technology has become attractive and gained interest among material researchers due its capability and advantages over conventional sintering. Since two decades ago, intensive researches on microwave ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2012)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 ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2013)This study is focused on fabricating and characterizing iron (Fe) composites prepared by powder metallurgy route reinforced with varying weight of Yttria (Y2O3). Composites were prepared based on 5 wt. % to 15 wt. % of ...