This page provides access to research works by Aimi Noorliyana Hashim, currently a Lecturer of School of Materials Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).

Recent Submissions

  • Alkali activated blast-furnace slag cement: The opportunity to solve sustainable issues 

    Aimi Noorliyana, Hashim; Mohd Mustafa Al Bakri, Abdullah; Azira, M.N.; Noor Mariamadzliza, Mohd Nan; Kamrosni, Abdul Razak; Kamarudin, Hussin, Brig. Jen. Dato' Prof. Dr. (American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information, 2013)
    This paper aimed at investigating the possibility of alkali activated blast-furnace slag (BFS) to produce cement powder that could be alternative to ordinary Portland cement. It was found that an alkali activated BFS ...
  • A study of liberation and separation process of metals from printed circuit boards (PCBS) scraps 

    Aimi Noorliyana, Hashim; Mohd Zaheruddin, Kasmuin; Kamarudin, Hussin, Brig. Jen. Dato' Prof. Dr. (Trans Tech Publications, 2013-12)
    Since the metallic elements are covered with or encapsulated by various plastic or ceramic materials on printed circuit boards (PCBs), a pre-treatment process allowing their liberation and separation is first needed in ...
  • Kinetic and thermodynamic studies on adsorption of copper ions onto pomelo peel (citrus grandis) 

    Mst. Noorzahan, Begum, Dr.; Aimi Noorliyana, Hashim; Md Fazlul, Bari, Dr.; Norzilah, Abdul Halif, Dr.; Nur Hidayah, Ahmad Zaidi; Khairel Rafezi, Ahmad, Dr. (Trans Tech Publications, 2013)
    The ability of pomelo peel (PP) as natural adsorbent to remove Cu (II) ions from aqueous solution was investigated. The influence of solution pH, contact time and temperature were evaluated. Cu (II) removal increased as ...
  • A study of comminution-liberation and floatability of Copper from printed circuit boards (PCBs) scrap 

    Aimi Noorliyana, Hashim; Mohd Zaheruddin, Kasmuin; Md Fazlul, Bari; Sri Asliza, Md Amin; Kamarudin, Hussin (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), 2008-12-03)
    Printed circuit boards (PCBs) were collected from obsolete or defective computers that are the largest source of the kind of waste. PCBs are composed of different materials such as polymers, ceramics and metals. The studies ...