Mr Mohammad Tamizi Selimin
About Mr Mohammad Tamizi Selimin
Mr. Mohammad Tamizi Selimin is currently a Teaching Engineer at Faculty of Chemical Engineering Technology, Universiti Malaysia Perlis
He was formerly from Center of Excellent Geopolymer and Green Technology
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Scopus Author ID: 55939056200
Email: Mohammad Tamizi Selimin
(American-Eurasian Network for Scientific Information, 2013)With rapid growing country's development and rose in construction activity, rising demand of building materials and increased construction wastes have encouraged the development of new building materials. Geopolymer based ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014)Geopolymer is an inorganic polymer performed in synthesis process of an aluminosilicate material which activated by alkaline activator solution. Marine clay, considered to be a waste substance which have an important ...
(Scientific.Net/Trans Tech Publications, 2012-12)In this research, marine clays has been studied its potential as a matrix composite materials that tend to be used as alternative materials to concrete. The study shows that marine clays which mixed with appropriate ...
(Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS)Faculty of Resource Science & Technology, 2009-08-03)Sanitary landfill leachate is considered as heavily polluted industrial wastewater, which has extremely high pollution load that may pollute subsoil and ground water. Special attention must be paid for its perfect collection ...
(Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), 2009-06-02)Leachate are heavily polluted liquid which may contain large amount of chemical oxygen demand (COD), biological chemical demand (BOD), ammonia (NH3) and colour. This study was conducted to examine the percentage of COD ...
(Universiti Malaysia Perlis, 2008-03-15)This research investigates the possibility of making polystyrene as lightweight aggregate. Low density is the advantage of polystyrene. Waste polystyrene foam is modified and sintered in the furnace at the temperatures ...