This page provides access to research works by Muhammad Arkam Bin Che Munaaim, currently a Senior Lecturer of School of Environmental Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).

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Skills and Expertise: Energy Engineering, Renewable Energy Technologies, Power Generation, Electrical Power Engineering, Energy, Sustainability, Sustainable Development, Built Environment, Mechanical Engineering and Innovation.

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  • A review study on the application of the fibre optic daylighting system in Malaysian buildings 

    Muhammad Arkam, Che Munaaim; Karam Mustafa, Al-Obaidi; Mohd Rodzi, Ismail; Abdul Malek, Abdul Rahman (Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2014-07-25)
    As a developing country, Malaysia requires innovation to keep abreast of the rapid growth of technology to meet the highly demanding energy consumption. The application of daylighting systems especially by fibre optics is ...
  • Empirical evaluation of the effect of heat gain from fiber optic daylighting system on tropical building interiors 

    Muhammad Arkam, Che Munaaim; Karam Mustafa, Al-Obaidi; Mohd Rodzi, Ismail; Abdul Malek, Abdul Rahman (MDPI Open Access Publishing, 2014)
    A fiber optic daylighting system is an evolving technology for transporting illumination from sunlight into building interiors. This system is a solution developed by daylighting designers to reduce operational costs and ...
  • The behavior of internal humidity from fibre optic daylighting system application 

    Muhammad Arkam, Che Munaaim; Karam Mustafa, Al-Obaidi; Mohd Rodzi, Ismail; Abdul Malek, Abdul Rahman (Penerbit Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, 2015-08-25)
    Electrical lighting consumed 13% to 43% from overall energy which considered as second major usage of electrical energy in a building. Fibre optic daylighting is a potential approach for the remote source daylighting which ...
  • Feasibility study on solar power plant utility grid under Malaysia feed-in tariff 

    Mohamad Pauzi, Kassim; Karam Mustafa, Al-Obaidi; Muhammad Arkam, Che Munaaim; Abd Mokhti, Salleh (Science Publications, 2015-05-27)
    In Perlis, Northern Malaysia, a solar power plant with an energy capacity of 5 MWp began selling energy to Tenaga Nasional Berhad in January 2013. Upon obtaining Feed-in Tariff approval from the Sustainable Energy Department ...