Nur Maizatul Shima, Adzali, Dr.
About Dr. Nur Maizatul Shima Adzali
Dr. Nur Maizatul Shima Adzali is currently a Senior Lecturer at Faculty of Chemical Engineering Technology , Universiti Malaysia Perlis
She was formerly from School of Materials Engineering
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8082-280X
Scopus Author ID: 55899257000
Email: Nur Maizatul Shima Adzali
Skills and Expertise: Materials engineering, Metallurgy, Powder metallurgy
The Effect of Aluminium Content on the Bioactivity Behaviour of Magnesium Alloys for Biomedical Applications (EDP Sciences, 2018)AZ series alloy which consist of aluminium (Al) and zinc (Zn) with magnesium (Mg) as their base are the most investigated for biomedical applications among the Mg alloy. Al content plays a crucial part in differentiating ...
(Trans Tech Publications Ltd, 2014-06)Yttria-stabilized zirconia and alumina made significant contributions to the development of health care industry, specifically as orthopedic and dental materials. Both bioceramics are nearly inert ceramics, as they do not ...
(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, 2013)In this study, bio-glass 45S5 powder was added to pure magnesium powder to produce the magnesium/bio-glass composite by powder metallurgy method. The composite was synthesized based on 5 wt. %, 10 wt. % and 15 wt. % of ...
Microstructure and in-vitro test bioactivity behavior of Co-Cr-Mo (F-75)/hydroxyapatite in phosphate buffered saline solution (Technical University of Košice, 2014)Cobalt based alloys were the first metallic materials successfully used in orthopedic applications. However, these alloys are bioinert, it is necessary to make them bioactive in the human body to improve their application ...
Development and characterization of Co-Cr-Mo (F-75 alloy)/hydroxyapatite composites fabricated by powder metallurgy for biomedical applications (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)School of Materials Engineering, 2013)Co-Cr-Mo (F-75) alloy is known to be used in biomedical field because of their excellent biocompatibility when implanted to human or animal body. Hydroxyapatite (HAP) powders have been used as filler because HAP is the one ...
(SIRIM, 2010-11-22)This preliminary study of HAP addition in Co-Cr-Mo (F-75) was carried out by powder metallurgy method. The lab work comprises the mixing of Co-Cr-Mo with different HAP (hydroxyapatite) composition which varied from 0 wt. ...
(Universiti Malaysia Perlis, 2009-12-01)This research was carried out to study the properties of Co-Cr-Mo filled with different composition of HAP that have been prepared by powder metallurgy method. The raw materials used in this research were Co-Cr-Mo powder ...
Effects of Magnesium addition on corrosion behaviour of Al-Mg composite fabricated using Powder Metallurgy method (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), 2008-12-03)The study was focusing the effects of magnesium addition on corrosion behaviour of PM Al composite. The corrosion behaviour between PM Al composite reinforced with short fibres alumina Saffil™ with and without 2 wt% of ...
(Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2007-06-09)Composites of pure aluminum with calcined dolomite powders of <65□m in size were prepared by mechanical milling. Fabrication involves the mixing of reinforcement particles with the metallic powder followed by consolidation ...
(Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2007-06-09)Calcined dolomite is dolomite powder that had been calcined at high temperature. This paper describes the fabrication of aluminum metal matrix composite reinforced with calcined dolomite by powder metallurgy route. The ...