About Dr. Norlia Binti Mohamad Ibrahim

Dr. Norlia Mohamad Ibrahim is currently a Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Civil Engineering Technology, Universiti Malaysia Perlis

He was formerly from School of Environmental Engineering

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-6350-3858

Scopus Author ID: 57195339786

Email: Norlia Mohamad Ibrahim

Research Interests

Construction and building material

Lightweight aggregate

Recycling material

Structural health monitoring


Skills and Expertise: Construction, Building Materials, Building, Materials Engineering, Civil Engineering, Cement, Concrete, Structural Engineering, Waste Management, Compressive Strength and Fire.

Recent Submissions

  • Study on Characteristics of Lightweight Aggregate Concrete Made From Foam and Ordinary Portland Cement 

    Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; K.N., Ismail; Shamshinar, Salehuddin; ‪Roshazita, Che Amat‬; Abdul Rahim, Abdul Razak; Zaity Syazwani, Mohd Odli (EDP Sciences, 2016)
    The production and characteristic of lightweight bubble aggregates (LBA) are presented in this paper. The LBA are produced by mixing between the foam and ordinary Portland cement according to the composition which has ...
  • An evaluation of stand-alone electrical power PV systems at Orang Asli villages in Cameron Highland, Malaysia 

    Abdul Rahim, Abdul Razak; Ahmad Shukri, Fazil Rahman; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Yazhar, Yatim; Zamri, Hasan; Shahrun, Nizam; Uda, Hashim (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2012)
    This paper present a case study investigation on the functionality status of the rural photovoltaic electrical power photovoltaic (PV) systems installed at several Orang Asli villages or settlement around Cameron Highland, ...
  • Effects of DC line voltage environment on different types of compact fluorescent lamps operation 

    Abdul Rahim, Abdul Razak; Uda, Hashim; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Syafruddin, Hasan; Ahmad Shukri, Fazil Rahman (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013)
    Compact fluorescent lamps are tested under DC operating conditions. Five random samples are evaluated in term of their starting and operation response compared to normal AC environment. Experiment result shows that DC line ...
  • A study on Hydrogen Sulphide as potential tracer in landfill gas monitoring 

    Tengku Nuraiti, Tengku Izhar, Dr.; Zaity Syazwani, Mohd Odli; Irnis Azura, Zakarya, Dr.; Farah Naemah, Mohd Saad; Norlia, Mohamad ibrahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Tan, Ley Binn (Trans Tech Publications, 2013)
    Municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills are one of the major source of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) which is the offensive odours potentially creating annoyance in adjacent communities. This project focuses on H2S emission from ...
  • Use of plastic waste (high density polyethylene) in concrete mixture as aggregate replacement 

    Nur Liza, Rahim; Shamshinar, Salehuddin; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Mohd Faizal, Ab Jalil (Trans Tech Publications, 2013)
    Rapid industrial development causes serious problem all over the world such as depletion of natural aggregates and creates enormous amount of waste material from construction and demolition activities. Quantities of polymer ...
  • Performance of lightweight foamed concrete with replacement of concrete sludge aggregate as coarse aggregate 

    Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Nur Liza, Rahim; Shamshinar, Salehuddin (Trans Tech Publications, 2013)
    The use of waste materials in construction industry is very essential in order to reduce the depletion of natural sources. Thus, this study is focused to determine the performance of lightweight foamed concrete made with ...
  • Properties of lightweight concrete composites with mixture of fly ash and concrete sludge aggregate 

    Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Shamshinar, Salehuddin; Nur Liza, Rahim; Abdul Rahim, Abdul Razak; Ooi, Wei Hong (Trans Tech Publications, 2014)
    Lightweight foamed concrete is a concrete made by cement slurry mixed with foam so that foamed concrete that is much lighter than conventional concrete can be produced. The objectives of this study is to develop optimal ...
  • Fire resistance of biomass ash panels used for internal partitions in buildings 

    Roshazita, Che Amat; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Nur Liza, Rahim; Nur Saidatul Balqish, Ahmad Tajudin; Khairel Rafezi, Ahmad, Dr. (Elsevier B.V., 2013)
    This study was to develop fire-resistant panels with a high biomass ash ratio from the combustion of EFB at an industrial scale to be used in different fire-resistant internal partitions in buildings and industrial ...
  • Glass dust waste as fine aggregate replacement material in concrete 

    Nur Liza, Rahim; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Rohana, Hashim (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2012-06-18)
    Glass dust waste creates chronic environmental problems, mainly due to the inconsistency of waste glass streams. Recycling is the best solution for the crisis resulting from huge volumes of wastes and includes economic and ...
  • A comparison study of two electrical transmission tower towards wind load using STAAD.PRO 

    Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Shamshinar, Salehuddin; Nur Liza, Rahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Syakirah Afiza, Mohammed; Abdul Rahim, Abdul Razak; Show, Bor Jlunn (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2012-06-18)
    The electrical transmission lines play a vital role in the operation of electric power system. Therefore, the objective of this research is to investigate and study the behavior of steel transmission towers under wind load ...
  • Nickel and methylene blue removal efficiency using durian rind powder 

    Syakirah Afiza, Mohammed; Muniandi, Vishnuvarthan; Norwahidatul Azura, Zainon Najib; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Farah Naemah, Mohd Saad (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2012-06-18)
    Heavy metals and dyes are major contaminants from industrial wastewater which causes extensive damage to the environment. This study aims to examine the potential of durian rind as a low cost adsorbent which can potentially ...
  • Fire resistance of biomass ash panels used for internal partitions in buildings 

    Roshazita, Che Amat; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Nur Liza, Rahim; Nur Saidatul Balqish, Ahmad Tajudin; Khairel Rafezi, Ahmad, Dr. (Malaysian Technical Universities Network (MTUN), 2012-11-20)
    constructions. This study develop new products made of by biomass ash from industry waste for the internal partitions panel. Modifying the internal partition panel of wall with addition of biomass ash (EFB) and clay soils ...
  • Properties of modified sand brick using coconut shell 

    Shamshinar, Salehuddin; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Abdul Hasib, Mahamod (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2012-06-18)
    In accordance with conservation efforts, this research is focuses on prevention of environmental pollution and considers the elements of sustainable and cost-saving for construction projects, especially material usage. ...
  • The potential of mixing between ordinary portland cement and fly ash to produce the lightweight aggregate 

    Hamizi, Yahya; Khairul Nizar, Ismail; Norlia, Mohamad Ibrahim; Mokhzani Khair, Ishak; Kamarudin, Hussin, Brig. Jen. Dato' Prof. Dr. (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2012-06-18)
    In this present study, the lightweight aggregates (LWA) were produced from ordinary Portland cement (OPC) mixed with fly ash with three type of composition. The LWA is produced in granules shape with the diameter of the ...