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									                                                                     BMA         BMB         BMF/I           BMM
Title No: BMA001                Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of diesel spray characteristic at high pressure injection and high temperature ambient

Supervisor       : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              To study the behavior of spray at various injection parameter
 Objective(s) and ambient gas temperature parameter

              In diesel combustion, spray evaporation and mixture formation during
              ignition delay period play an important role in ignition, combustion
              and emission production. Spray evaporation begins immediately after
Synopsis      start of fuel injection under the condition of high ambient
(Some         temperature, in particular, at the middle of the spray. Spray
background atomization is fast promoted at this region, leading to ignition. The
and elaborate ambient temperature and injection pressure affect the droplets size
what should and the number of droplets. In this project, the fuel will be injected at
              various injection parameter inside spray chamber at various ambient
student do)
              gas temperature in order to study the affect of those parameter
              towards spray characteristics.


                 1. measurement of diesel spray cone angle

                 2. comparison of spray penetration length at various parameter
   Scope(s)
                 3. comparison of spray geometry including the development of
                    liquid phase and vapor phase area.
                 4.

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel injector
Equipment(s)
             unit, fuel pump, injector unit, nitrogen and argon gas
 Required
                 spray cone angle graph, spray penetration graph, spray images,
   Expected
   Result(s)

                                         Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA002               Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of BDF and SVO fuel spray characteristic at high pressure injection and high
                 temperature ambient
Supervisor     : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To study the spray characteristic of BDF and SVO fuel at
 Objective(s) various injection parameter and ambient gas temperature
              parameter
              Biodiesel is considered a promising alternative fuel to reduce the
              dependent on fossil fuel without any major modification on existing
              engines system. The differences in fuel properties especially the
Synopsis      kinematic viscosity between biodiesel fuel (BDF) and straight
(Some         vegetable oil (SVO) effect the fuel comsumption rate thus resulting
background lower horsepower output. In this project, the effect of kinematic
and elaborate viscosity of BDF and SVO on fuel injection spray characteristic are
what should investigated using constant volume high pressure spray chamber.
student do)



                1. measurement and comparison of spray cone angle

                 2. comparison of fuel penetration length
   Scope(s)
                 3. measurement of liquid phase and vapor phase area

                 4

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel injector
Equipment(s)
             unit, fuel pump, injector unit, nitrogen and argon gas
 Required
                 spray cone angle graph, spray penetration graph, spray images,
  Expected
  Result(s)

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA003                Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : A comparison study of liquid and vapor phase development at spray boundary of diesel spray,
                 BDF and SVO spray
Supervisor     : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To study the difference of liquid phase and vapor phase
 Objective(s) development inside spray boundary area of diesel, BDF and
              SVO
              Biofuel become popular worldwide especially in Europe for its
              cleaner combustion than diesel. Biofuel is made by processing
              vegetable oil, animal fat, or recycled cooking grease with alcohol or
Synopsis      other chemicals. The differences in fuel properties especially the
(Some         kinematic viscosity between diesel fuel (GO), biodiesel fuel (BDF)
background and straight vegetable oil (SVO) mainly effect the spray behavior and
and elaborate spray characteristics inside spray chamber. In this project, the effect
what should of kinematic viscosity of diesel, BDF and SVO on liquid phase and
              vapor phase development at spray boundary will be investigated.
student do)



                 1. measurement of liquid phase area

                 2. measurement of vapor phase area
   Scope(s)
                 3. development of "structures like branches" inside spray
                    boundary
                 4

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel injector
Equipment(s)
             unit, fuel pump, injector unit, nitrogen and argon gas
 Required
                 liquid phase area development graph, vapor phase area
  Expected
                 development graph, spray images
  Result(s)

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA004                Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of diesel spray characteristics using multi holes sac nozzle and VCO nozzle

Supervisor       : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To study the effect of nozzle geometry against fuel spray
 Objective(s) behavior

              In diesel combustion, spray evaporation and mixture formation during
              ignition delay period play an important role in ignition, combustion
              and emission production. Spray evaporation begins immediately after
Synopsis      fuel emerged from nozzle. Therefore, the nozzle geometry plays an
(Some         important role in fuel spray behavior inside spray chamber. In this
background study, the effect of various nozzle geometry such as sac nozzle and
and elaborate VCO nozzle will be investigated using high pressure and high
what should temperature spray chamber.
student do)



                1. spray cone angle

                 2. spray penetration length
   Scope(s)
                 3. various types of sac nozzle and VCO nozzle

                 4

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel pump,
Equipment(s)
             sac nozzle, VCO nozzle, injector unit, nitrogen and argon gas
 Required
                 spray cone angle graph, spray penetration length graph, spray
  Expected
                 images
  Result(s)

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA005                Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : The affect of wall impingement on diesel, BDF and SVO fuel spray characteristics

Supervisor       : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To study the affect of wall impingement towards various types
 Objective(s) of fuel

              In diesel combustion, spray evaporation and mixture formation during
              ignition delay period play an important role in ignition, combustion
              and emission production. Fuel spray emerged from nozzle at high
Synopsis      speed velocity and then impinged the piston wall. The geometry of
(Some         wall are among the parameter that could affect the combustion
background process. Therefore, the wall impingement factor plays an important
and elaborate role in fuel spray dispersal inside spray chamber. In this project, the
what should effect of various wall sizes and wall geometry will be investigated
              using high pressure and high temperature spray chamber.
student do)



                 1. spray dispersal geometry

                 2. various sizes of wall for impingement factor
   Scope(s)
                 3.

                 4

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel pump,
Equipment(s)
             various sizes of wall block, injector unit, nitrogen and argon
 Required
             gas
             spray cone angle graph, spray penetration length graph, spray
  Expected
             dispersal area graph, spray images
  Result(s)

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Title No: BMA006                Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of emulsion fuel on diesel engine peformance

Supervisor       : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To study the effect of various blend of emulsion on diesel
 Objective(s) engine performance

              The main advantage of diesel engine is its high effiecency and high
              torque. The diesel engine wastes less fuel than the petrol-powered
              engine. The diesel engine as compared to the petrol-powered engine
Synopsis      of the equal volume of combustion chamber has advantage of higher
(Some         torque. However, due to the limited stock of fossil fuel, the search for
background alternative fuel must be accelerate. Among the potential alternative
and elaborate fuel is emulsion fuel. In this project, various blend of emulsion fuel
what should will be tested on diesel engine to check on its performance.
student do)



                 1. various type of fuel blend

                 2. measurement of exhaust emission
   Scope(s)
                 3.

                 4

                 diesel engine, Nox, CO, HC measurement
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 exhaust emission of HC, CO, NOx graph, spray images
   Expected
   Result(s)

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Title No: BMA007                Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title :    Analysis of emulsion fuel spray characteristics using optical accessible spray chamber

Supervisor      : Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                                Panel's Comment
              To study the behavior of emulsion spray at various injection
 Objective(s) parameter and ambient gas temperature parameter

                Emulsion fuel shows a good potential for reducing the dependent on
                fossil fuel. However, the performance of the fuel must be investigate
                and the exhaust emission from the fuel combustion must be check. In
Synopsis        this project, emulsion fuel spray characteristics will be investigate
(Some           using optical accessible spray chamber and the results will be
background      compared to diesel fuel.
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. spray cone angle

                2. spray penetration length
   Scope(s)
                3. liquid phase and vapor phase development

                4

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel pump,
Equipment(s)
             injector unit, nitrogen and argon gas
 Required
                spray cone angle graph, spray penetration length graph, spray
  Expected
                boundary area development graph, spray images
  Result(s)

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA008               Please tick (/) where appropriate      /

    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Study on Pool Combustion of Tire Waste Fuel

Supervisor      : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              Analysis of flame characteristic of tire waste fuel by pool
 Objective(s) combustion experiment

                This research described a research experimental of pool combustion
                using tire derived fuel. Flame chracteristic such as flame color and
                temperature will analysis in this study. The flame characteristic shows
Synopsis        the process combustion in the fuel and extend the fuel-oxygen
(Some           premixing.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Experiment of pool combustion using tire fuel

                2. Analysis of flame characteristic (color and temperature)
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

                Digital camera, temperature measurement
Equipment(s)
 Required
                The characteristic flame of tire derived fuel is determined
  Expected
  Result(s)

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA009                 Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of Diesel Particulate Matter of Single Cylinder Diesel Engine Running on Tire
                 DerivatedFuel
Supervisor     : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To measure of size diameter and concentration distribution of
 Objective(s) diesel particulate matter (DPM) running on diesel engine using
              tire derived fuel
              Since July 1, 1987, however, Environmental Protection Agency
              (EPA) has used the indicator PM-10, which includes only those
              particles with aerodynamic diameter smaller than 10 micrometers.
Synopsis      These smaller particles are likely responsible for most of the adverse
(Some         health effects of particulate matter because of their ability to reach the
background thoracic or lower regions of the respiratory tract. This research focus
and elaborate oninvestigation of diameter and size distribution of DPM with diesel
what should running on tire fuel.
student do)



                 1. Setup experimental rig

                 2. Analysis of gross heat by bomb calorimeter of tire fuel
   Scope(s)
                 3. Measure diameter of DPM

                 4 Analysis of size distribution of DPM

             Bomb calorimeter, diesel engine experimental rig, DPM
Equipment(s)
             measurement unit
 Required
                 Expected result of this research is understanding effect of using
   Expected
                 tire fuel to the size and diameter of DPM
   Result(s)

                                          Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA010                 Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of Diesel Particulate Matter of Single Cylinder Desel Engine Running on Waste Plastic
                 Fuel
Supervisor     : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To measure of size diameter and concentration distribution of
 Objective(s) diesel particulate matter (DPM) running on diesel engine using
              waste plastic fuel
              Since July 1, 1987, however, Environmental Protection Agency
              (EPA) has used the indicator PM-10, which includes only those
              particles with aerodynamic diameter smaller than 10 micrometers.
Synopsis      These smaller particles are likely responsible for most of the adverse
(Some         health effects of particulate matter because of their ability to reach the
background thoracic or lower regions of the respiratory tract. This research focus
and elaborate oninvestigation of diameter and size distribution of DPM with diesel
what should running on waste plastic fuel.
student do)



                 1. Setup experimental rig

                 2. Analysis of gross heat by bomb calorimeter of waste plastic
   Scope(s)         fuel
                 3. Measure diameter of DPM

                 4 Analysis of size distribution of DPM

             Bomb calorimeter, diesel engine experimental rig, DPM
Equipment(s)
             measurement unit
 Required
                 Expected result of this research is understanding effect of using
   Expected
                 waste plastic fuel to the size and diameter of DPM
   Result(s)

                                          Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA011                Please tick (/) where appropriate      /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Reduction of diesel exhaust emissions by using first stage sea water scrubber system

Supervisor       : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              To measure reduction of diesel exhaust such as CO, CO2, O2,
 Objective(s) Nox by diesel experiment using Sea water Scrubber

                 This research attempt to reduce of diesel exhaust emissions such as
                 CO, CO2, O2 and Nox using sea water scrubber. Sea water scrubber
                 designed to spray electrostatic sea water into exhaust gas from diesel
Synopsis         engine. The student will design of sea water scrubber system and
(Some            setup diesel engine experimental rig. The sea water will circulate
background       continuosly from tank by pump.
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Design and construct of sea water scrubber system

                 2. Setup sea water scrubber into diesel experiemntal rig
   Scope(s)
                 3. Experimental by diesel engine

                 4 Analysis of exhaust emission by exhaust analyzer

                 Diesel engine rig, exhaust gas analyzer
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 This research results will described the effectivenes of sea
  Expected
                 water scrubber to reduce of exhaust gas
  Result(s)

                                         Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA012                Please tick (/) where appropriate      /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of Reduction of Particulate Matter Concentration and Size Distribution of DI Diesel
                 Engine by Sea Water Scrubber
Supervisor     : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                             To be filled in by Supervisor                                Panel's Comment
              To measure reduction of DPM by diesel experiment using Sea
 Objective(s) water Scrubber

                 This research focus to reduce of diesel particulate matter using sea
                 water scrubber. Sea water scrubber designed to spray electrostatic sea
                 water into exhaust gas from diesel engine. The student will design of
Synopsis         sea water scrubber system and setup diesel engine experimental rig.
(Some            The sea water will circulate continuosly from tank by pump.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Design and construct of sea water scrubber system

                 2. Setup sea water scrubber into diesel experiemntal rig
   Scope(s)
                 3. Experimental by diesel engine

                 4 Analysis of exhaust emission by PM measurement

             Diesel engine rig, DPM measurement unit, Scanning Electro
Equipment(s)
             Microscope
 Required
                 This research results will described the effectivenes of sea
  Expected
                 water scrubber to reduce of DPM
  Result(s)

                                         Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA013                Please tick (/) where appropriate       /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design and analysis of car chasis

Supervisor       : Hadi Bin Abdul Salaam

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              (1)Identify car chasis for competition purpose. (2)Redesign and
 Objective(s) analyze the car chasis based on requirement given. (3) Simulate
              the design using CAD software
              In this project, student are ask to design and analysis car chasis that
              will be proposed to next Mechapro team who will join Shell Eco
              Maraton 2012. Here, student will have to conduct a survey among
Synopsis      their friends that have join the competition before, evaluate the
(Some         existing design that we have in the faculty, redesign the chasis,
background evaluate the chasis based on automotive needs. There will be at least
and elaborate three design, student will evaluate each of them and from there they
what should will select the best design after making the analysis.
student do)



                 1. Evaluate current design

                 2. Redesign at least three options
   Scope(s)
                 3. Evaluate it so that it capable to be fabricate

                 4 Select the best option to be implement

             Solidworks, Catia or Unigraphics software, Algore Software
Equipment(s)
             and any other relavent software for automotive industry.
 Required
                 At the end of this project, student will show the survey results,
  Expected
                 how they connect the survey results with existing prototype car
  Result(s)
                 and competition. Besides that, the will come out with the best

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA014               Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Cost reduction study by using DFA Method (Automotive Part/component)

Supervisor      : Hadi Bin Abdul Salaam

Co-Supervisor :

                                 To be filled in by Supervisor                         Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

                In this project, students are required to select an automotive
                part/component as product, identify which part of the product can be
                redesigned to reduce assembly time and also the manufacturing costs.
Synopsis        When redesigning the part, students must make sure that the part
(Some           function same as the original.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. The selected product must have mechanical components

                2.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

              Designing software’s such as Solid Works, CATIA or
Equipment(s)
             Unigraphics.
 Required
             2. DFMA Software’s such as Boothroyd-Dewhurst software.
             At the end of this project, student should come out with
  Expected
             minimum of 3 proposed alternatives; evaluate each of them in
  Result(s)
             terms of DFA method (Boothroyd Dewhurst & Hitachi AEM);

                                       Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA015               Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Development of new lubricants for enhanced engine performance

Supervisor       : Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma

Co-Supervisor : Ahmad Basirul Subha Bin Alias

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              Types, desired properties and testing standards for lubricants.
 Objective(s) Development of new lubricants for friction reduction. Testing
              the new lubricant through the evaluation of engine
              The use of petroleum products in the transportation sector has been
              increasing steadily the world over increasing the drain on natural
              resources. Even a 10% increase in the efficiency of engines by
Synopsis      decreasing friction is a significant improvement. Normally lubricants
(Some         are used for reducing friction between moving parts. Various wear
background reducing agents are added in these lubricants. Recent studies
and elaborate demonstrate that addition of nanometer size particles added to these
what should lubricants gave higher power output from the engines compared to
              engines working with standard lubricants. It is planned to use certain
student do)
              nanoparticles with the lubricants and demonstrate this aspect.
              Experiments will be conducted with different nanoparticles and their
              performance evaluated.
                1. Preparation of nanolubricants at various concentrations

             2. Conduct experiments at different operating conditions to
  Scope(s)      determine the performance with the specified lubricant
             3. Conduct experiments at different operating conditions to
                determine the performance using nanoparticles in the lube
             4 Conduct experiments to study the exhaust gas emissions
                with the addition of nanoparticles
             Single cylinder engine with dyno and other standard fittings.
Equipment(s)
             Lubricating oil specified by the manufacturer. Nanoparticles
 Required
                 Higher engine milage with the nanoparticles addition compared
  Expected
                 to the prescribed lube oil by the manufacturer
  Result(s)

                                        Overall Comment by Panels




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Title No: BMA016               Please tick (/) where appropriate     /

     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Experimental determination of engine performance with certain additives in biofuels

Supervisor       : Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma

Co-Supervisor : Ahmad Basirul Subha Bin Alias

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              Conduct standard tests on engine with diesel and biodiesel fuel
 Objective(s) mix in 80:20 ratio. Prepare the fuel with certain additives and
              repeat the experiments making necessary changes for the new
              As most of the nations of the world have signed Kyoto protocal, it is
              binding on nations to reduce pollution responsible for global
              warming. As awareness on sustainability of natural resources has
Synopsis      increased, the use of biofuels in the transportation sector has gained
(Some         momentum. Certain nations have made it mandatory for oil
background companies to mix biofuel with diesel in 20:80 ratio for transportation
and elaborate sector. The performance at higher ratios is possible if the calorific
what should value of biodiesel can be enhanced. This can be achieved with fuel
              mixed with certain nanoparticles. It is proposed to test the
student do)
              performance with the addition of nanoparticles by conducting tests.



                1. Conduct standard tests on single cylinder engine with diesel
                   and biodiesel mix fuel in 80:20 ratio
                2. Identify suitable nanoparticles which will enhance the
   Scope(s)        calorific value of the fuel
                3. Compare the performance output from the engine with the
                   two fuels (with and without nanoparticles)
                 4 Make recommendations based on the experimentation

             Single cylinder 4 stroke diesel engine test rig. Biodiesel,
Equipment(s)
             Nanoparticles, Stirrer and other miscellaneous items
 Required
                 Demonstrate the suitability of addition of nanoparticles to
  Expected
                 biofuel diesel mix. Obtain enhanced efficiency with the
  Result(s)
                 addition of particles.

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    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Revetec engine design

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                          Panel's Comment
                To design a camshaft and a crank case for Revetec engine
 Objective(s)

                Revetec engine is a new engine arrangement, were cams are used
                instead of crankshaft to convert the reciprocating piston motion to
                rotating motion. because of this new arrangement, many engine's
Synopsis        parts must be redesigned to meet the new engine requirements, just
(Some           like the camshaft and the crank case.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. structural modeling using computer aided design
                   codes(CAD).
                2. Finite element modeling using PATRAN commercial
   Scope(s)        software.
                3.

                4.

                PATRAN or any other Finite Element software
Equipment(s)
 Required
                new camshaft and crank case which is compatible with Revetec
  Expected
                engine.
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design of Revetec engine cam with cycloidal motion profile.

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
              to investigate the effect of cam profile on the cylinder pressure
 Objective(s) and the indicated torque

                Revetec engine is a new engine arrangement, were cams are used
                instead of crankshaft to convert the reciprocating piston motion to
                rotating motion.
Synopsis        in this project an investigation of cam with cycloidal motion profile
(Some           will be done to find the effect of the cam profile on the cylinder
background      pressure and the indicated torque
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. modeling the cam profile using Mat lab.

                2. simulating of cylinder pressure during the compression and
   Scope(s)        exhaust strokes.
                3. comparing these results with conventional engines

                4

                Mat lab, FORTRAN or any other programing language
Equipment(s)
 Required
                increasing internal combustion engines efficiency
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design of Revetec engine cam with trapezoidal motion profile.

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              to investigate the effect of cam profile on the cylinder pressure
 Objective(s) and the indicated torque

                Revetec engine is a new engine arrangement, were cams are used
                instead of crankshaft to convert the reciprocating piston motion to
                rotating motion.
Synopsis        in this project an investigation of cam with trapezoidal motion profile
(Some           will be done to find the effect of the cam profile on the cylinder
background      pressure and the indicated torque
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. modeling the cam profile using Mat lab.

                2. simulating cylinder pressure during the compression and
   Scope(s)        exhaust strokes.
                3. comparing these results with conventional engines

                4

                Mat lab, FORTRAN or any other programing language
Equipment(s)
 Required
                increasing internal combustion engines efficiency
  Expected
  Result(s)

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    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Revetec engine modeling.

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                         Panel's Comment
              1- to design the Revetec cam
 Objective(s) 2- to select suitable bearing for the cam to work as a roller
              follower
                Revetec engine is a new engine arrangement, were cams are used
                instead of crankshaft to convert the reciprocating piston motion to
                rotating motion.
Synopsis        in this project a computational study will be held to develop an
(Some           optimaization for the cam and the follower .
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. modeling the cam

                2. develop optimization model to find the best ratio between
   Scope(s)        the cam base circle radius and the roller follower radius.
                3.

                4

                Mat lab, FORTRAN or any other programing language
Equipment(s)
 Required
                reducing the friction waste in internal combustion engines
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Thermodynamic analysis for a six stroke engine for heat recovery

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                          Panel's Comment
              to perform a thermodynamic analysis for a six stroke internal
 Objective(s) combustion engine to identify the cylinder pressure

              to reduce the losses due to cooling and exhaust gases in conventional
              internal combustion engines, two more strokes will be added by
              injecting water in the fifth stroke. The heat inside the combustion
Synopsis      chamber will convert the water to steam with high pressure forcing
(Some         the piston back down again.
background a theoretical study will be done to compare the new engine
and elaborate performance with conventional one.
what should
student do)



                1. investigate the effect of the additional two strokes

                2. Analysis of the combined combustion and water injection
   Scope(s)        events
                3.

                4

                Mat lab, FORTRAN or any other programing language
Equipment(s)
 Required
                increasing the internal combustion engines efficiency
  Expected
  Result(s)

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Proposed Title : Experimental study on six stroke engine for heat recovery

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                          Panel's Comment
              1- to modify the conventional four stroke engine.
 Objective(s) 2- to compare the new engine performance with conventional
              one.
              to reduce the losses due to cooling and exhaust gases in conventional
              internal combustion engines, two more strokes will be added by
              injecting water in the fifth stroke. The heat inside the combustion
Synopsis      chamber will convert the water to steam with high pressure forcing
(Some         the piston back down again.
background an experimental study will be done to compare the new engine
and elaborate performance with conventional one.
what should
student do)



                1. modify a single cylinder engine .

                2. perform a test to measure the new engine performance.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

             Eddy dynamometer.
Equipment(s)
             Exhaust gas analyzer
 Required
                increasing internal combustion engines efficiency
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Camshaft design for a six stroke engine

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
              1-design a cam shaft to work with six cylinder engine.
 Objective(s) 2- fabricate the camshaft using CNC machine.

                the conventional four stoke internal combustion engines are using a
                camshaft to open and close the intake and exhaust valves with
                specific timing .
Synopsis        to operate the engine with six stroke , the camshaft must modified to
(Some           meet the new arrangement requirement.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. structural modeling using computer aided design
                   codes(CAD)
                2. manufacturing using computer aided manufacturing (CAM)
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

                CNC machine
Equipment(s)
 Required
                a new camshaft that could work with six stroke engines.
  Expected
  Result(s)

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Proposed Title : Water inject system design for a six stroke engine

Supervisor      : Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

Co-Supervisor :

                                  To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
                 design and fabricate water inject system for six stroke engines
 Objective(s)

                in six stroke engine, water is injected inside the combustion chamber,
                and by using the heat from the exhaust and the walls inside the
                cylinder, the water converted to steam with high pressure which will
Synopsis        force the piston to go down again for another power stroke.
(Some           In this project the water inject system with the suitable water pressure
background      and water amount must be designed.
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. structural modeling using computer aided design
                   codes(CAD)
                2. manufacturing using computer aided manufacturing (CAM)
   Scope(s)
                 3.

                4

                 Diesel injector tester, CNC machine, Autocad or Solidworks.
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 water injector system compatible with six stroke engine
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Study Of Stratified And Homogenous Charge Injection Strategy Of Spark Ignition Hydrogen
                 Engine
Supervisor     : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                                Panel's Comment
              To compare the effect of Stratified And Homogenous Charge
 Objective(s) Injection Strategy on Hydrogen engine performance.

              Hydrogen internal combustion engine provide an eco-friendly
              solution for stringent emission requirement and hiking fuel price. A
              study is conducted to analyse the functional feasibility of direct
Synopsis      inejction hydrogen approach on single cylinder four stroke engine
(Some         originally running on gasoline. Student is require to simulate direct
background injection hydrogen combustion and analyze the effect of different
and elaborate inejction strategy on engine performance parameter. The injection
what should strategies are stratified and homogenous mixture formation. whereas
              the engine performance parameter is the cylinder combustion
student do)
              pressure.



                1. Student is required to study the existing CFD model of 4
                   stroke SI engine.
                2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)        suggested to be ANSYS 12.
                3. Student is required to analyze the model using CFD for
                   different injection strategy.
                4. Student is required to evaluate the effect of different injection strategy on engine combustion pressure.

                Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                Student can clarify in details the effect of different injection
  Expected
                strategy on the cylinder combustion pressure. Students can
  Result(s)
                further elaborate their findings from the aspect of mixture

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Proposed Title :   Comparative Study on Turbulent Flame Speed Of Gasoline and Hydrogen Fuelled Internal
                   Combustion
Supervisor       : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                                   Panel's Comment
              To compare the turbulent flame speed of gasoline and
 Objective(s) hydrogen fuelled engine combustion.

              Hydrogen internal combustion engine provide an eco-friendly
              solution for stringent emission requirement and hiked fuel price. A
              study is conducted to analyse the functional feasibility of direct
Synopsis      injection hydrogen approach on single cylinder four stroke engine
(Some         originally running on gasoline. Student is require to simulate both the
background transient gasoline and hydrogen direct injection combustion process
and elaborate and analyze the variation of turbulent flame speed in each running
what should condition. Instead of the flame speed, student will need to analyze the
              burning rate by using the mass fraction burned curve.
student do)



                 1. Student is required to study the existing CFD model of 4
                    stroke SI engine.
                 2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)         suggested to be ANSYS 12.
                 3. Student is required to analyze the turbulent flame speed
                    using CFD for different type of fuel.
                 4 Student is required to evaluate the effect of different type of fuel on turbulent flame speed profile.

                 Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Comparison in terms of flame speed should reveal the
  Expected
                 advantages of hydrogen engine combustion engine. The high
  Result(s)
                 flame speed of hydrogen should promote more stable

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Proposed Title : Determination of Gasoline-Hydrogen Blend for Optimum Spark ignition Engine Performance

Supervisor      : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              To determine the best gasoline-hydrogen blend that can
 Objective(s) generate the optimum engine performance.

              Hydrogen sometime used as the addtive in gasoline internal
              combustion engine. The hydrogen addition promising an enhance
              combustion process especially by increasing the rate of reaction of
Synopsis      gasoline engine. A parametric CFD study will be conduct to analyse
(Some         the effect of different gasoline-hydrogen blend percentage on single
background cylinder four stroke engine performance especially on the combustion
and elaborate pressure. Student will need to simulate transient 4-stoke engine
what should combustion process using commercial software to replicate the actual
              engine operation and validate the data using existing experimental
student do)
              results.



                1. Student is required to study the existing CFD model of 4
                   stroke SI engine.
                2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)        suggested to be ANSYS 12.
                3. Student is required to analyze variety of gasoline-hydrogen
                   fuel blend using the model.
                4 Student is required to evaluate the effect of different type of fuel blend on engine combustion pressure. Student

                Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                Student can determine an optimum gasoline-hydrogen ratio that
  Expected
                can satisfy an improve rate of combustion while maintaining
  Result(s)
                the engine power.

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title :     Prediction of Gasoline Engine Combustion Emission using Detailed Chemistry Modeling.

Supervisor       : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To predict the emission generated by a gasoline engine
 Objective(s) combustion process by using detailed chemistry.

              A transient model of 4 stroke gasoline internal combustion engine has
              been developed. The engine is previously used for the prediction of
              combustion pressure using the TFSC combustion model of Zimont.
Synopsis      But the existing TFSC model of Zimont provide no emission data due
(Some         to the inherit model's limitation. For the emission prediction, student
background is required to employ the finite-rate model with detail chemistry that
and elaborate is capable to simulate the generation of COx, NOx and HC. Student
what should will need to simulate transient 4-stoke engine combustion process
              using commercial software to replicate the actual engine operation
student do)
              and validate the data using existing experimental results.



                 1. Student is required to study the existing CFD model of 4
                    stroke SI engine.
                 2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)         suggested to be ANSYS 12.
                 3. Student is required to predict the engine emission using the
                    existing model based on detailed chemistry approach.
                 4

                 Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Student is expected to predict a realistic engine COx, NOx and
  Expected
                 HC emission trend through a single engine cycle. Student is
  Result(s)
                 able to compare the predicted results with experimental data.

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Proposed Title : Transient Heat Transfer Study in a Gasoline Engine Combustion Process

Supervisor      : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To determine the transient heat flux profile at engine cylinder
 Objective(s) wall during transient gasoline engine combustion process.

              A transient model of 4 stroke gasoline internal combustion engine has
              been developed. The engine is previously used for the prediction of
              combustion pressure using the TFSC combustion model of Zimont.
Synopsis      Cylinder pressure prediction is however effected by the convective
(Some         and transient heat transfer process between the combustion gases and
background the wall. Imposing a constant wall heat flux boundary might deviate
and elaborate the overall prediction of cylinder pressure. Therefore, student is
what should require to further simulate a transient engine combustion process of 4
              stroke engine with transient wall's thermal boundary.
student do)



                1. Student is required to study the existing CFD model of 4
                   stroke SI engine.
                2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)        suggested to be ANSYS 12.
                3. Student is required to analyze the effect of steady and
                   unsteady wall’s thermal boundary condition using the
                4 Student is required to evaluate the effect of different approach of thermal’s boundary setup on engine combusti

                Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                the student is expected to predict a realistic transient heat flux
  Expected
                profile at engine cylinder wall during combustion process.
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analytical And Numerical Analysis Of Pressure Drop Across A Separator-Scrubber-Stack
                 System
Supervisor     : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                                 Panel's Comment
              To determine an unknown pressure drop across a modified
 Objective(s) separator system

              A separator-scrubber-stack which is part of an industrial incinerator
              system is going to be analyze. The original separator-scrubber-stack
              system has been modified with purpose to reduce the emission
Synopsis      through the stack exit. But the completed modification is suspected to
(Some         cause a swirling flow that resulted with invalid particulate
background measurement based on the industrial standards. Original and modified
and elaborate separator-scrubber-stack system is needed to be develop using CAD
what should for CFD analysis. Student is require to focus on the determination of
              the pressure drop across the modified separator. The same boundary
student do)
              condition will be used for the original and modified system. Results
              will be validate with the measured data of the original system layout.


                1. Students need to study and understand the overall layout of
                   an incinerator system.
                2. Student is required to study the existing CAD/CFD model of
   Scope(s)        isolated Separator-Scrubber-Stack system.
                3. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
                   suggested to be ANSYS 12.
                 4 Student is going to conduct the analytical and numerical study of the system in order to estimate the pressure dr

                 Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Student is expected to be able to predict acceptable pressure
  Expected
                 drop value.
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Multi-Phase Flow Simulation of Separator-Scrubber System using CFD

Supervisor       : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To determine the effect of installing a new ionization water
 Objective(s) scrubber (IWS) system on the incineration process.

              A separator-scrubber-stack which is part of an industrial incinerator
              system is going to be analyze. The original separator-scrubber-stack
              system has been modified with purpose to reduce the emission
Synopsis      through the stack exit. But the completed modification is suspected to
(Some         cause a swirling flow that resulted with invalid particulate
background measurement based on the industrial standards. Original and modified
and elaborate separator-scrubber-stack system is needed to be develop using CAD
what should for CFD analysis. Student is require to focus on the effect of
              installation of a new ionization water scrubber in the original system.
student do)
              Evaluation will be based on the, resultant mass flow rate, particulate
              size and other emission. Results will be validate with the measured
              data of the original system layout.
                 1. Students need to study and understand the overall layout of
                    an incinerator system. Student is required to study the
                 2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)         suggested to be ANSYS 12. Student is going to conduct the
                 3. Student is required to evaluate the effect of installing a new
                    IWS system on the overall incinerator flow.
                 4 Validate the results with measurement/ design data.

                 Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 To predict the installation effect of new ionization water
  Expected
                 scrubber on the resultant mass flow rate, incinerator gaseous
  Result(s)
                 emission and particulate size.

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Modeling of Swirling Flow Across Separator-Scrubber System using CFD

Supervisor       : Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
               To determine the flow angle by using multi-phase modeling
 Objective(s) approach at new sampling point.

              A separator-scrubber-stack which is part of an industrial incinerator
              system is going to be analyze. The original separator-scrubber-stack
              system has been modified with purpose to reduce the emission
Synopsis      through the stack exit. But the completed modification is suspected to
(Some         cause a swirling flow that has resulted with invalid particulate
background measurement based on the industrial standards. Original and modified
and elaborate separator-scrubber-stack system is needed to be develop using CAD
what should for CFD analysis. Student is require to focus on the prediction of the
              flow angle at the inlet of the newly installed IWS system. The flow
student do)
              angle will be used to describe the degree of swirling flow inside the
              modified system.Results will be validate with the measured data of
              the original system layout.
                1. Students need to study and understand the overall layout of
                   an incinerator system. Student is required to study the
                2. Student is required to use the commercial CFD software,
   Scope(s)        suggested to be ANSYS 12. Student is going to conduct the
                3. Student is required to evaluate the flow angle at the
                   suggested sampling point.
                 4 Validate the results with measurement/ design data.

                 Ansys 12 and Workstation
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Students is expected to be able to predict the flow angle at the
  Expected
                 IWS inlet.
  Result(s)

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      FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design and development of synchronize cam to activate pulley axial movement for metal V-Belt
                 CVT
Supervisor     : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To design and to develope synchronize cam to activate pulley
 Objective(s) axial movement for metal V-Belt CVT

                 This project is to design Cam profile and mechanial system that able
                 to activated pulley axial movement through the DC motor power
                 source. The design based on Van dooorne metal pushing V belt for
Synopsis         150 Nm capacity. This project should rever to exsiting
(Some            electromechanical CVT designed by supervisor.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                 1. - Based on Vandooren Metal V-Belt capacity 150Nm

                 2. - Dual Pulley axial movement
     Scope(s)
                 3. - Up to Blue Print

                 4. - Analyise the system

                 Solidwork software
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Full bench test design of electromechanical CVT
     Expected
     Result(s)

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      FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Investigation of clamping force of Electromechanical Rubber Belt CVT due to Power Loss

Supervisor       : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                          Panel's Comment
              To investigate the rubber belt clamping force due to load
 Objective(s) variation

                 This project is to analyse clamping force behaviour of rubber belt
                 CVT design and fabriated by supervisor and master student. This
                 clamping force is to prevent from belt slip due to rotational load
Synopsis         coused by tyre.
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                 1. Based on rubber belt CVT                                          Need detail in scope

                 2. Analyse force needed againt load at various speed
     Scope(s)
                 3. Set up the experiment and do the experiment procedure

                 4 Overcome the problem arrise during experiment

                   CVT transmission
Equipment(s)
                   vernair caliper
 Required
                   Load sensor
                 graph of force vs load at various speed and produce lab sheet
     Expected
     Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design and Analysis of linear Cam for Metal v-Belt CVT using ADAM

Supervisor       : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
              To design linear cam profile used for Metal belt CVT and
 Objective(s) analyse performance using ADAM software

              Metal Belt CVT is currently widely used by automotive but most of
              them using hydroulic system. To convert hydrouli to
              electromechanical, it needs to design mechanical linkage that can
Synopsis      actuate Pully to move axially to create CVT ratio. Therefore the aim
(Some         of this project is to analyse CAM profile designed by other student by
background using ADAM software to see the performance and force flow in the
and elaborate cam.
what should
student do)



                1. Based on CAM designed by other students

                 2. Able to clamp up to 20 KN
   Scope(s)
                 3. Analyse using ADAM software

                 4

                 Solidwork and ADAM Software
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Performance analysis of linear CAM
  Expected
  Result(s)

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      FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design and Development of one to one reverse and forward mechanism for eletromechanical
                 metal V-Belt CVT
Supervisor     : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              This project is to design new system of reverse and forward
 Objective(s) mechanism used in electromechanical metal belt CVT and
              analyse to produce working drawing
                 Electromechanical metal belt CVT has one direction of rotation hence
                 it is not suitable to be used in IC engine car without reverse forward
                 mechanism. This project is to investigate and to design mehanism of
Synopsis         reverse and forward mechanism in one to one ratio so that the
(Some            performance of electromechanical metal CVT has has same
background       performane in reverse and forward movement.
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                 1. -Based on current design of Metal Pushing V-belt                      Need comparison with
                                                                                                existing
                 2. - Analyse Using Algor
     Scope(s)
                 3. - compare with existing reverse and forward mechanism
                    used in either automatic or manual transmission
                 4 - Up to Blue Print

                 Solidwork and Algor software
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Working drawing (blue print) of one to one forward/reverse
     Expected
                 mechanism
     Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Performance and emission of single cylinder diesel hydrogen dual fuel engine

Supervisor      : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor : Widodo Budi Santoso (PhD student)

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                                Panel's Comment
              To study performance and emission of single cylinder diesel
 Objective(s) hydrogen dual fuel engine

                This project is to study the mixture of hydrogen and diesel fuel used Clarify research scope and
                in single cylinder diesel engine. the student should varied the engine         objective
                speed and load to study its emission.
Synopsis
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Based on single cylinder diesel engine

                2. Based on various engine speed
   Scope(s)
                3. Based on various engine load

                4 Analyse performance for mixture ratio

                Single cylinder diesel engine existing in Mechanical Lab.              Which one in our lab. Please
Equipment(s)
                                                                                       clarify
 Required

  Expected
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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Thermodynamic cycle simulation of diesel hydraugen dual fuel engine

Supervisor      : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor : Widodo Budi Santoso (PhD student)

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To simulate thermodynamic cycle using 3D simulation of
 Objective(s) diesel hydrogen dual fuel engine.

                                                                                        Suggestion Topic: 3D
                                                                                         Simulation of diesel
                                                                                      hydraugen dual fuel engine
Synopsis
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Based on single cylinder diesel engine

                2. Based on various engine speed
   Scope(s)
                3. Based on various engine load

                4

                CFD software
Equipment(s)
 Required
                Result of 3D simulation of diesel hydraugen dual fuel engine
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Computational fluid flow analysis of a side mirror for a passenger car

Supervisor       : Muhammad Ammar Nik Mu'tasim

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              To Study the effect of flow towards a passenger car side
 Objective(s) window

              This study proposes an effective numerical model based on the
              Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) approach to obtain the flow
              structure around side window of a passenger car. This study proposes
Synopsis      an effective numerical model based on the Computational Fluid
(Some         Dynamics (CFD) approach to obtain the flow structure around the
background side window including side mirror of a passenger car. The results
and elaborate obtain can be applied to a new design of side window of a passenger
what should car.
student do)



                1. Design a full scale of Proton Saga BLM side window
                   (including mirror) structure attached to bluff body or obtain
                2. Provide 4 significant design of new side mirror and side
   Scope(s)        window
                3. Run using Industrial CFD application such as ANSYS to
                   obtain results by improving the grid meshing size.
                 4. Results obtain will compare with other Researchers results

                 ANSYS, CAD,
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 expected result can show the flow field towards the mirror and
  Expected
                 the bluff bodies in 2D and 3D
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Analysis of an aerodynamic in a vehicle cooling system (radiator fin)

Supervisor       : Muhammad Ammar Nik Mu'tasim

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To study the effect of aerodynamic in a vehicle cooling system
 Objective(s) (radiator fin)

                 The aim of this study is to present some approaches towards a better
                 understanding of the interaction of cooling airflow and aerodynamic
                 performance. A general conclusion is that aerodynamic improvements
Synopsis         need not necessarily interfere with cooling requirements.
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Analysis flow from waja radiator fin

                 2. Produce a new design of radiator fin
   Scope(s)
                 3. Using Industrial tools ANSYS to analyze the flow of
                    aerodynamics of radiator fin
                 4

                 ansys fluent, matlab
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 expected outcome should show that aerodynamics plays a part
  Expected
                 in cooling system of a car
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : On-board Hidrogen Generation System for Gasoline Engine

Supervisor      : Dr. Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : Tn Hj Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
              To develop an On-board hidrogen generation system to
 Objective(s) enhance the performance of gasoline engine

              Hydrogen is one of the alternative fuels for gasoline engine. The
              combustion of hydrogen produces only liquid water. However, the
              production of hydrogen fuel is highly expensive and consumes lot of
Synopsis      energy. Hydrogen also has a storage problem on a vehicle.
(Some         Compressed hydrogen in a tank is just like carrying a bomb in a car.
background Therefore, one of the practical methods is by producing the hydrogen
and elaborate gas on-board. This project is aim to develop the system which will be
what should equipped on a gasoline engine vehicle. The system is expected to
              enhance the fuel consumption, increases the engine performance
student do)
              while reducing the emission.



                1. Develop the on-board hydrogen generation system

                2. Fabricated the system on gasoline engine
   Scope(s)
                3. Conduct the test

                4 Data analysis & report writing

                Water, electrode, gasoline engine, battery
Equipment(s)
 Required
                On-board hydrogen generation system
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design, Fabrication & Testing of Small Scale Turbine Jet Engine

Supervisor       : Dr. Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : En. Amir Aziz

                                  To be filled in by Supervisor                        Panel's Comment
                 To design, fabricate & testing of a small turbine jet engine
 Objective(s)

              Turbine jet engine is widely used to propel the airplane. The electric
              generation station also use turbine jet engine to drive the
              dynamometer for power generation. The successful design of jet
Synopsis      engine is highly depending on the compressor and turbine. The
(Some         performance of the jet engine is normally assessed by measuring the
background vertical thrust. The student should be able to construct the turbine jet
and elaborate engine by using the automotive turbocharger, which consist of
what should compressor & turbine. The combustion chamber need to be design
              from simple mild steel tube. The liquid petroleum gas (LPG) can be
student do)
              used as a fuel for the engine. The performance of the engine will be
              measured by using state of the art load cell.


                1. Design the Turbine Jet Engine

                 2. Fabricate the engine
   Scope(s)
                 3. Conduct experimental testing

                 4. Data analysis

                   1. Automotive Turbocharger
Equipment(s)
                   2. LPG gas, hose, clips, pressure regulator (available)
 Required
                   3. Welding equipment (available in Welding Lab)
                 New design of small turbine jet engine
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Biodiesel from various vegetable and tallow oil

Supervisor       : Dr. Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : Tn Hj Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To produce biodiesel from various vegetable oil such as palm
 Objective(s) oil, coconut oil, corn oil, olive oil, sunflower oil, peanut oil and
              from animal fat such as chicken, goat and cow fat.
              Biodiesel is one of the promising alternative fuels for future
              automotive engines. The production of biodiesel is largely based upon
              locally available sources. Suitable feedstock oils include soybean,
Synopsis      sunflower, coconut oil, palm oil, jatropha seed oil, tallow (animal fat)
(Some         or even used cooking oil. In the United States, most biodiesel is
background derived from soybean while in Europe rapeseed oil is the largest
and elaborate source for biodiesel production. In most tropical countries in Asia,
what should palm oil is the preeminent choice. This project is aim to produce
              biodiesel from locally available resources. The student is expected to
student do)
              exploit transesterification process to produce the fuel and test the
              typical properties of the fuel in laboratory.


                 1. Produce the biodiesel from vegetable oil and animal fat

                 2. Measure typical properties of biodiesel
   Scope(s)
                 3. Data analysis and report writing

                 4 -

             vegetable oil, used cooking oil, animal fat, methanol, stainless
Equipment(s)
             steel tank, calorimeter bomb, viscosity & density meter.
 Required
                 Properties of biodiesel from various vegetable oil feedstock
   Expected
                 and tallow oil.
   Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Development of diesel engines cooling system

Supervisor      : Dr. Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : Dr Abdul Adam Abdullah

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                          Panel's Comment
              To design, fabricate and testing of a diesel engine cooling
 Objective(s) system

              The diesel engine is operating at high compression ratio as compared
              to gasoline engine. Therefore the cooling system of diesel engine is
              needed to be more efficient to ensure the life span of the engine.
Synopsis      Current design of engine cooling system is normally use radiator,
(Some         water pump and liquid water as cooling liquid. The project is aim to
background design a new cooling system and new coolant liquid for the system.
and elaborate The end product would be the completely different engine cooling
what should system for diesel engine.
student do)



                1. Design & fabricate the engine cooling system

                2. Design & fabricate the test rig (water heater test rig)
   Scope(s)
                3. Experimental test

                4 Data analysis and report writing

             PVC pipe, water heater, thermocouple, small water pump,
Equipment(s)
             radiator
 Required
                New system of diesel engine cooling system
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Development of variable intake system for spark-ignition engine

Supervisor       : Dr. Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : Dr Abdul Adam Abdullah

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
              To design, vabricate and testing of variable intake system for
 Objective(s) spark ignition engine

               The variable intake manifold system is also known as variable length
              intake manifold or resonance intake manifold. Generally, a variable
              intake manifold employs two intake manifolds with different length to
Synopsis      serve each cylinder. The variable intake manifold is designed to
(Some         enhance the performance of air intake system at all engine speed. The
background intake manifold with extra length causes greater drop below
and elaborate atmospheric pressure in cylinder pressure, followed by an increased
what should rate of pressure recovery. This resulted in the higher final pressure
              which gives better cylinder filling, thus improves torque output.
student do)
              Therefore the student needs to construct the state of the art variable
              intake system to explore this phenomenon.


                1. Design & fabricate the variable intake system

                 2. Test the system on steady flow bench (availabe in the lab)
   Scope(s)
                 3. Data analysis and report writing

                 4 -

             Various size PVC pipe, PP plastic box, air filter, flow meter,
Equipment(s)
             air pump, steady flow bench
 Required
                 New design of air intake system
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Development of Solid Rocket Propellant

Supervisor       : Dr. Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : En Amir Aziz

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To produce solid rocket propellant various resources including
 Objective(s) organic and mineral chemical.

              Solid propellant is widely used in a weather modification rocket,
              space travel vehicle as well as in a missile for various military
              applications. Solid propellant is physically and chemically stable at
Synopsis      ambient temperature and pressure, but once it is ignited, burn
(Some         smoothly. Potassium nitrate based solid propellants is considered
background intermediate performance. Ammonium pherclorate based solid
and elaborate propellant is highly flammable and produce high thrust. The student is
what should expected to work on both potassium nitrate based solid propellant as
              well as ammonium pherclorate based solid propellant. The test rig
student do)
              need to be designed especially burning rate test rig and static thrust
              test rig. The analysis include the performance curve, specific impulse
              of the propellant and the burning rate.
                1. Production of potassium nitrate & ammonium pherclorate
                   based solid propellant
                2. Constructions of burning rate test rig & static thrust test rig
   Scope(s)
                 3. Experimental works (burning rate test & static thrust test)

                 4 Data analysis & report writing

             Potassium nitrate, ammonium pherclorate, mild steel bar, tube,
Equipment(s)
             strain gauge, stop watch,
 Required
                 New solid propellant
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Optimization of Air Intake System for Inline-4 Diesel Engine

Supervisor      : Dr Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : Tn Hj Amirruddin Abd Kadir

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                         Panel's Comment
              To develop one-dimensional coupled with 3-D model of air
 Objective(s) intake system of inline-4 diesel engine

              A well designed air intake system (AIS) increases the air flow
              velocity until it travels into the combustion chamber, while
              minimizing the turbulence and restriction of flow. The experiment is
Synopsis      normally conducted on a steady flow test bench to provide a better
(Some         understanding on the flow behaviour. Computer simulations have
background successfully been used as a good solution at the design stage to
and elaborate minimise the time and cost. A huge amount of research has been
what should conducted to optimize the AIS by completely manipulating the
              capability of modern day CFD. The analysis is normally conducted
student do)
              by separated components. For example, the computational analysis of
              3D geometry of the intake port, intake manifold runner, intake
              plenum and airbox.
                1. Develop the model of air intake system (1D)

                2. Generate 3D model of air intake component
   Scope(s)
                3. Validate the model with experimental test on steady flow
                   bench
                4. Data analysis & report writing

                Fluent, solid work, mild steel sheet
Equipment(s)
 Required
                Optimise model of air intake system
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design of Exhaust Gas Recirculation System (EGR) for Diesel Engine

Supervisor       : Dr Rizalman Mamat

Co-Supervisor : En Basirul Subha Alias

                                 To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
                 To design a novel system of EGR for diesel engine
 Objective(s)

              Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) is one of the techniques to reduce a
              nitrogen oxide emissions on internal combustion engines. EGR works
              by recirculating a portion of an engine's exhaust gas back to the
Synopsis      engine cylinders. In a gasoline engine, this inert exhaust displaces the
(Some         amount of combustible matter in the cylinder. In a diesel engine, the
background exhaust gas replaces some of the excess oxygen in the pre-
and elaborate combustion mixture. Because NOx forms primarily when a mixture
what should of nitrogen and oxygen is subjected to high temperature, the lower
              combustion chamber temperatures caused by EGR reduces the
student do)
              amount of NOx the combustion generates. EGR is extensively used in
              modern diesel engine to reduce NOx emissions; therefore it is very
              crucial to study the effect of EGR on engine performance.
                 1. Design of the new technique of EGR system

                 2. Fabricate the EGR system
   Scope(s)
                 3. Conduct experimental works

                 4 Data analysis

                 Diesel engine, mild steel tubing, flexible hose, heat exchanger
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Novel design of EGR system
   Expected
   Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Detail analysis and performance testing of UAV propulsion systems

Supervisor       : Ahmad Basirul Subha Alias

Co-Supervisor : P. C. See / Vincent Tai

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To determine performance parameters of each propulsion
 Objective(s) system to be integrated for UAV operation

              The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for civil purposes is
              geeting wider from day to day. However, for a specific UAV mission,
              the powerplant choices are not fully deployed and thus limiting the
Synopsis      selection. In this project, testing of few types and sizes of nitro
(Some         engines that are normally used for RC airplanes will be conducted as
background a preparation for it to power UAV. The mission used for the test is
and elaborate traffic monitoring and the testbed will be developed to conduct the
what should testing. Testbed will be incorporated with fittings for different sizes
              of engine, propellers, and equipped with throttle control and fuel flow
student do)
              devices. Engines performances will be measured respective to the
              engine's type and propeller sizes, engine integration as well as the
              endurance performance.
                 1. Development of engine testbed for testing process

                 2. Performance testings for each engine type
   Scope(s)
                 3. Testings for both 2-stroke, and 4-strokes engines

                 4 Reliability , integration and endurance study for each engine

             Nitro engines (2-stroke and 4-stroke), nitro fuel, testbed
Equipment(s)
             materials (can be obtained from hardware), fuel flow meter,
 Required
             engine control
                 Performance parameters for each engine type (propulsive efficiency,
   Expected
                 output power, fuel consumption, acoustic determination) will be
   Result(s)
                 obtained from the testing and to suggest the suitable powerplant

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Development of bicycle powered water pump

Supervisor      : Dr Ahmad Razlan Bin Yusoff

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                         Panel's Comment
                To design and fabricate bicycle powered water pump
 Objective(s)

              Water resource is critically lacking in third world countries even in
              local community. Current pumps do not meet economic and
              ergonomic requirements of farmers and human activity. Bicycles are
Synopsis      prevalent and relatively ergonomic mode of transportation. Bicycle
(Some         powered pump answers water need is proposed for this project.
background Using water pump and bicycle, standard bicycle fits into universal
and elaborate stand power taken off rear wheel with roller roller transmits power
what should via chain to crank shaft . A crank shaft powers positive displacement
              bellows pump to transmit water from the source.
student do)



                1. Design bicycle powered water pump system

                2. Fabricate support system and assemble between bicycle and
   Scope(s)        water pump
                3. Test the result on puming water with different water head
                   and flow rate
                4.

             Old bicycle, water pump, attachment between bicycle and
Equipment(s)
             water pump
 Required
                Water pump can be powered by bicycle
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Detail Design of Waste Bottle Plastic Rescue Boat

Supervisor      : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To determined the detail design of rescue boat made by waste
 Objective(s) bottle plastic

                Detail design of ship is very important before its ready to pabricate.
                Material analysis, technical aspect of ship operation and facility of
                ship will considered on the design. This research is continued from
Synopsis        previous study of design rescue boat by using waste bottle plastic.
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Detail material used in the ship

                2. Design of ship facility
   Scope(s)
                3. Some technical analysis of ship operation

                4

                Solid work program/AUTO CAD
Equipment(s)
 Required
                Result of this reserch will important for production process of
  Expected
                the rescue boat made by waste bottle plastic
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design B Series Propeller of Traditional Fishing Vessel

Supervisor      : Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng

Co-Supervisor :

                                To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment
                To design of propeller for fishing vessel at Kuala Pahang Bay
 Objective(s)

                B serries propeller type is common used propeller for the vessel.
                Design propeller is related with ship type and propulsion used in the
                ship. This research will survey of fishing vessel in the Kuala Pahang
Synopsis        Bay, and then will calculate the propeller needed based on literature
(Some           review.
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Survey of type and dimension of fishing vessel at Kuala
                   Pahang
                2. Literature review of propeller design
   Scope(s)
                3. Calculate of propulsion of ship

                4 Design of Propeller and drawing by using computer software

                AUTO CAD/Solidwork
Equipment(s)
 Required
                This research result will expected to get the optimum design of
  Expected
                propeller and optimum trust in the propulsion process.
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design, Development, and CFD Analysis of a Flying Wing UAV

Supervisor       : Ahmad Basirul Subha Alias

Co-Supervisor : P. C. See / Vincent Tai

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To come out with the relaible prototype of a flying wing UAV
 Objective(s) for traffic monitoring purpose

              Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) has emerged to be a promising
              solution in many areas regardless it's for civil or military purposes.
              Because of its size, UAV can be used for traffic surveillance, bushfire
Synopsis      monitoring, or few other purposes at a lower cost and risk. In this
(Some         project, the flying wing concept of UAV will be introduced as part of
background the traffic monitoring system as it will be loitering around the
and elaborate monitoring area for the designed loiter time and report all traffic
what should progresses to the ground station. Flying wing concept is known to be
              good at drag and structural weight reduction but they are quite
student do)
              unstable as well as tricky to the control system. A detail CFD
              simulation on the proposed flying wing model will be studied on
              these two parameters and the most reliable model will be prototyped
                 1. Traffic monitoring nature (loiter time, flight altitude,
                    &speed)
                 2. Understanding, conceptual and deatil of a flying wing UAV
   Scope(s)
                 3. CAD design and CFD analysis of flying wing UAV

                 4. Construct a prototype model

                 CAD design software, CFD analysis package, RP machine
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 To propose the reliable RP model of flying wing UAV to
  Expected
                 staisfy all requirements for traffic monitoring purpose
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design, Construction, and Testing of an Open-loop Low-Speed Wind Tunnel

Supervisor       : Ahmad Basirul Subha Alias

Co-Supervisor : P. C. See / Vincent Tai

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To design, analyze, construct, and test a wind tunnel that is
 Objective(s) able to generate airflow of Mach 0.3 at standard atmospheric
              condition
              Aerodynamics is a discipline that studies the motion of air when
              interacting with a solid object. There arethree approaches constitute
              the whole discipline of aerodynamics; theoretical study, experimental
Synopsis      study, and computational modeling. These three approaches will
(Some         never replace each other. There is always a need to carry out these
background three approaches to provide solutions to aerodynamics problems.
and elaborate Wind tunnel is a tool usedin carrying out aerodynamic experiments,
what should often in the early stage of aircraft design to study the behavior of the
              aircraft. The data obtained from the experiments are often used to
student do)
              validate the data obtained from puretheoretical calculations and CFD
              analysis, and subsequently be used to construct the autopilot control
              algorithms.
                1. Produces a design plan of the wind tunnel, conduct structural
                   anaylsis of the unit, and identify the types of probes to be used
                 2. Carry out CFD analysis on the designed wind tunnel
   Scope(s)
                 3. Construct the wind tunnel and install computer and all the
                   instruments set up for data acquisition purpose
                 4 Conduct experiment and data validation

             Raw materials from the lab(steell, perspex, blower fan, sheet
Equipment(s)
             metal, pressure reading equipments)
 Required
                 A reliable wind tunnel that is able to generate valid
  Expected
                 experimental results is expected upon the completion of the
  Result(s)
                 research

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : A study of humidity effect toward the quality of air from air conditioning system

Supervisor       : Idris Bin Mat Sahat

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To study the effect of air humidification dan dehumidification
 Objective(s) towards the quality of air usinf an air conditioning unit

              Humidity is the quality of how much water(moisture content) in the
              air. This project is to analyze the effect of dehumidification toward
              quality of air from air conditioning unit. The dehumidification
Synopsis      method is using heater which is supplied before the evaporator and
(Some         also after evaporater. Variable speed of air flow should be conducted
background to determine the effect of air speed toward dehumidification. Analysis
and elaborate will be introduced with different value of humidity.Using
what should psychrometric chart, the quality of air exit is monitored and plotted on
              psychrometric chart. Various graphs shall be plotted and to determine
student do)
              the effect of humidification toward various parameters such as COP,
              Temperatures, Entalphy and many more


                 1. Humidification and dehumidification before and after the
                    evaporator
                 2. The quality of air will be determine using psychrometric
   Scope(s)         chart based on comfort zone of Malaysian/South east Asian
                 3. The air conditioning training unit of FKM UMP
                    Thermodynamic lab will be utilized to for the experimental
                 4.

                 Air conditioning training unit, Psychrometric Chart
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Graphs of increasing/decreasing humidity toward various
   Expected
                 parameters, Validation of results, Level of thermal comfort
   Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : CFD simulation for the determination of forced convective heat transfer coefficients and
                 pressure drop using Fluent
Supervisor     : Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma

Co-Supervisor : Wan Azmi Wan Hamzah

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To determine forced convective heat transfer coefficient and
 Objective(s) pressure drop using software such as Fluent

              The thermal conductivity of conventional fluids such as water is low.
              As metals have higher thermal conductivity than liquids, fluids
              prepared with suitable surfactants to disperse nanometer size particles
Synopsis      are termed nanofluids. The use of nanofluids for possible
(Some         commercial application as coolant in automobiles, electronic
background components                    is             widely               pursued.
and elaborate The problem of forced convection for flow of nanofluid in a tube is to
what should be analyzed. Commercial softwares are available which can be used
              to model the flow of single phase fluids such as water. Computations
student do)
              are to be undertaken for nanofluids at different concentrations,
              temperatures, particle sizes and materials and heat transfer coefficient
              and pressure drop validated.
             1. Develop the model of a tube in ACAD or any other
                commercial software available compatible with CFD
             2. Import the model and initialize for boundary conditions.
  Scope(s)      Process/Execute the model using the properties of water
             3. Evaluate the numerical heat transfer coefficients for
                nanofluid using the properties developed in the form of
             4 The numerical values of heat transfer coefficients from the
                program are compared with the experimental data
             Any suitable softwares such as Fluent, Fortran or C++ or
Equipment(s)
             MATLAB available
 Required
                 Development of regression equations, drawing graphs,
   Expected
                 comparison of results, etc
   Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : CFD simulation using Fluent for the determination of heat transfer coefficients of a packed bed
                 system
Supervisor     : Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma

Co-Supervisor : Idris Bin Mat Sahat

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To determine convective heat transfer coefficient and pressure
 Objective(s) drop of a packed bed heat exchanger using Fluent

              The convective coefficients of a packed bed heat exchanger is
              important in many process heat transfer equipment. It is required to
              develop a packed bed heat exchanger model with suitable software
Synopsis      for the estimation of heat transfer coefficients using water as the
(Some         working fluid. Metals have higher thermal conductivity than liquids.
background Fluids dispersed with suitable nanometer size particles can be used
and elaborate for obtaining enhanced heat transfer. The use of 'nanofluids' as
what should coolant in heat transfer equipment is widely pursued. The
              experimental data of water flow through a porous medium is available
student do)
              in literature. The values obtained from the software is compared with
              the values from experiments. Simulation is then undertaken with
              nanofluids for the estimation of heat transfer enhancment.
             1. Develop the model of a packed bed in ACAD or any other
                commercial software available compatible with CFD
             2. Import the model and initialize for boundary conditions.
  Scope(s)      Process/Execute the model using the properties of water
             3. The experimental data available for water is to be validated
                with computational results for heat transfer coefficients
             4 Evaluate the numerical heat transfer coefficients for
                nanofluid using the properties developed in the form of
             Any suitable software such as Fluent, Fortran or C++ or
Equipment(s)
             MATLAB available, Journal papers, Origin/Sigma Plot
 Required
             software, etc
             Development of equations, drawing graphs, comparison of
  Expected
             results, etc
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Heat transfer from vertical fin having aerofoil cross-section

Supervisor       : Dr. Md. Moslemuddin Fakir

Co-Supervisor : K.V. Sarma

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              To study heat transfer from vertical fin having aerofoil cross-
 Objective(s) section

              Fin arrays have wide applications in automobile and electronic
              cooling industry. Aerofoil cross section will be selected for designing
              and fabricating a assembly of fins for three spacings. Eperimental
Synopsis      data obtained under free convection will be obtained for heat flow
(Some         and heat transfer coefficiencts estimated. Graphs are to be drawn
background between heat flow from fin arrays with fin spacing. The results are to
and elaborate be compared with data available in journal publications.
what should
student do)



                 1. Vertical fin arrays having different spacings to be fabricated.

                 2. Conduct experiments for different fin arrays geometry using
   Scope(s)         the test bench available in Thermodynamics laboratory
                 3. Evaluate the heat transfer coefficients

                 4 Validate the results

             Fin arrays having different spacings to be fabricated,
Equipment(s)
             Convection apparatus, Radiation apparatus
 Required
                 Obtain optimal contribution of heat transfer under forced
   Expected
                 convection. Produce journal paper,etc
   Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Fatigue Life Prediction of an Automobile Driveshaft using Finite Element Analysis

Supervisor       : Norhaida bt Ab Razak

Co-Supervisor :

                               To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              To predict the fatigue life of an automobile driveshaft using
 Objective(s) FEA

              Some commom reason for the failure of power transmission system
              componet may be manufacttuirng and design fault, maintenance
              faults, raw material faut, material processing fault as well as the user
Synopsis      originated fault. In this project, fracture analysis based on FEA will
(Some         be carried out for drive shaft of an automobile. The stress anaysis will
background be carried out to determine the stress critical location.Then , the
and elaborate results from the stress analysis will be used to predict the fatigue life.
what should
student do)



                 1. Design the drivehshaft

                 2. Stress analysis to determine the critical location
   Scope(s)
                 3. Fatigue analysis

                 4

                 Solid Work , MSc Patran/Nastran, MSc Fatigue
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Stress analysis result and fatigue life prediction in term of
   Expected
                 plotted graph of number of cycle and stress.
   Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design and Analysis of a Composite Driveshaft for an Automobile

Supervisor       : Norhaida bt Ab Razak

Co-Supervisor :

                             To be filled in by Supervisor                              Panel's Comment
              To design a composite drive shaft for an automobile and b) to
 Objective(s) analyze the composite drive shaft for an automobile

              The advanced composite material such as graphite, carbon , kevlar
              and glass with suitable resin seems ideally suited for long, power
              driver shaft.The driveshaft used in automotive is exploiting composite
Synopsis      material technology in order to obtain the reduction of the weight
(Some         without decrease in vehicle quality and reliability.In this project
background student should be able to achieve design of composite drive shaft with
and elaborate less weight to increase the first natural frequency of the shaft and to
what should decrease the bending stresses using various stacking sequence.
student do)



                 1. Design the driveshaft using the Solidwork then import into
                    the Patran/Nastran or Algor
                 2. Choose the composite material ( E-Glass/Epoxy,High
   Scope(s)         Strength carbon/Epoxy.
                 3. Run the stress analysis

                 4

                 Solid Work, MSc Patran/Nastran /Algor
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 Stress strain result, deflection , buckling
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Design and development of cross flow delta-wing water turbine for Pahang river

Supervisor      : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment
              to design and analyse of cross flow delta wing water turbine
 Objective(s) for Pahang River

                This projet deal with design of cross flow turbine and student needs
                to develop using plastic asa model and analyse. Student should
                analyse using any software that can analyse in static mode.
Synopsis
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. - Study on Pahang river flow

                2. Design cross flow turbine by using data from Pahang river
   Scope(s)
                3. - Develop prototype of cross flow delta wing turbine using
                   plastic
                4 Analyse using software

             Shoftware CAE, Ventury meter, CNC Milling Machine, Lathe Conventional or CNC?
Equipment(s)
             Machine
 Required
                prototype of ross flow turbine
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Investgation of power generated form cross flow delta-wing turbine for Pahang river

Supervisor      : Dr. Sugeng Ariyono

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
              To analyse and investigate power generated from cross flow
 Objective(s) delta wing experimentaly

                This project is to calculate power generated from cross flow turbine
                designed by other student and investigate experimentally in scale
                dawn experimental rig. The cross flow delta wing is made from
Synopsis        plastic.
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1. Delta wing prototype from other student

                 2. Prediction power generated
   Scope(s)
                 3. Study on perfromance of power generated from ross flow
                    delta wing turbine
                4

             Prototype delta wing turbine, alternator, Voltmeter, ampare
Equipment(s)
             meter, bulp (DC 12Volt)
 Required
                 Performance of scale down delta wing prototype to generate
  Expected
                 electric power
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : CFD analysis for flow characteristics of hydraulic francis turbine

Supervisor       : Muhammad ammar bin nik mu'tasim

Co-Supervisor :

                                 To be filled in by Supervisor                             Panel's Comment
                 To study the flow charcteristics of a francis turbine
 Objective(s)

                 With the growth of computational mechanics, the virtual hydraulic
                 machines are becoming more and more realistic to
                 get minor details of the flow, which are not possible in model testing.
Synopsis         In present work, 3D turbulent real flow analyses
(Some            in hydraulic Francis turbine have been carried out at three guide vane
background       opening and different rotation speed using
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                 1. Design the francis turbine using CAD

                 2. Set boundary condition and initial condition to steady flow
   Scope(s)
                 3. Analyze using ansys

                 4

                 Ansys CFX computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software.
Equipment(s)
 Required
                 The average values of flow parameters like velocities and flow
  Expected
                 angles at the inlet and outlet of runner, guide vane and stay
  Result(s)
                 vane of turbine are computed to derive flow characteristics.

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    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Numerical Simulation of Fuel Spray Envelop

Supervisor      : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                              To be filled in by Supervisor                               Panel's Comment
              To study the behavior of spray at various injection parameter
 Objective(s) and ambient gas temperature parameter

                Developing a simulation model of spray envelop depending on
                geometry of the nozzle, balances of pressures, viscosity and volatility
                of the fluid – (CFD analysis +practical implementation and
Synopsis        validation)
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1.

                2.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4.

                Fluid flow Software in our lab could be used
Equipment(s)
 Required

  Expected
  Result(s)

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    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Experimental Measurement of Fuel Spray Visualisation

Supervisor      : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                                 To be filled in by Supervisor                       Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

                Collecting experimental data by using camera and video of spray
                envelop depending on geometry of the nozzle, balance of pressures,
                viscosity and volatility of the fluid – (CFD analysis + practical
Synopsis        implementation and validation)
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1.

                2.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

                Fluid flow Software in our lab could be used
Equipment(s)
 Required

  Expected
  Result(s)

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    FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Development of High Pressure Spray Triggering

Supervisor      : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                                  To be filled in by Supervisor                            Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

                In this project, a student will design and integrate the electronic part
                of controlling injector fuel spray and visualisation chamber in order
                to view high pressure injector spray and capture the picture. Three
Synopsis        imaging systems will be used with this visualization chamber
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1.

                2.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

             DSLR camera, optical accessible spray chamber, fuel injector
Equipment(s)
             unit, fuel pump, injector unit, nitrogen and argon gas
 Required
                High speed camera, camera and video camera
  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Video Imaging study of Ethanol Gasoline blends fuel Spray

Supervisor      : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                                  To be filled in by Supervisor                          Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

                In this project, a student will develop an imaging system to study the
                characteristics of the blends under different operating conditions

Synopsis
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1.

                2.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

                Requiring image processing works using Matlab Simulink
Equipment(s)
 Required

  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Measurement and numerical simulation of internal air flow in a FKM admin Office Ventilation
                 systems
Supervisor     : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                                   To be filled in by Supervisor                        Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

              The air quality is usually affected by the geometry and position of
              buildings. Satisfy air quality and thermal comfort requirements in air-
              conditioned admin office by delivering conditioned air. In this FYP,
Synopsis      the students need to determine the effects of building geometry and
(Some         location on air flow and contaminant office area in a scale-down
background model building. The students also have to determine the thermal
and elaborate comfort in the building. The experimental results using image
what should processing will be compared with numerical results obtained from
              Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). 2 Gambit/Fluent software,; a
student do)
              scale-down model building will be built by student ME needs to have
              basic fluid mechanics and CFD knowledge and skill.


                 1.

                 2.
   Scope(s)
                 3.

                 4

                 Fluid flow Software in our lab could be used
Equipment(s)
 Required

  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Simulation of the Performance of an Air-conditioning System

Supervisor      : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                                  To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

                The student will make use of Matlab to simulate the performance of
                an air-conditioning system through modelling of the various
                components of the system, namely, the fan coil unit, refrigeration unit
Synopsis        and the cooling tower
(Some
background
and elaborate
what should
student do)



                1.

                2.
   Scope(s)
                3.

                4

                Student should be familiar with Matlab
Equipment(s)
 Required

  Expected
  Result(s)

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     FINAL YEAR PROJECT (FKM-PSM-BMM4912) TITLE VETTING FORM

Proposed Title : Study of Micro Spray Nozzles

Supervisor       : Amirruddin Abdul Kadir

Co-Supervisor :

                                    To be filled in by Supervisor                           Panel's Comment

 Objective(s)

              Pressure-assisted spray nozzles play an important role in many
              applications such as fuel injection internal combustion engines, spray
              cooling, aerosols, spray drying, etc. There are many well-established
Synopsis      designs based on previous experiences. However all the existing spray
(Some         nozzles are too bulky for certain applications such as electronics cooling.
background It is an objective of this project to explore the feasibility of making micro-
              sized nozzles which occupy lesser space and still atomize effectively.
and elaborate
              This project will involve analysing existing technology and designing a
what should cluster of micro nozzles. The nozzles will be fabricated using EDM and
student do)   other suitable micromachining techniques. Atomization and cooling
              potential of the sprays would be studied by conducting simple
              experiments and computer simulations using existing software

                 1.

                 2.
   Scope(s)
                 3.

                 4

                 EDM and Fluid flow Software in our lab could be used
Equipment(s)
 Required

   Expected
   Result(s)

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                                         BMA PSM TITLE LIST sem 1 session 2011/2012

No Title No                                                              Title                                                                Supervisor

1    BMA001 Analysis of diesel spray characteristic at high pressure injection and high temperature ambient                          Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

2    BMA002 Analysis of BDF and SVO fuel spray characteristic at high pressure injection and high temperature ambient                Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

3    BMA003 A comparison study of liquid and vapor phase development at spray boundary of diesel spray, BDF and SVO spray            Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

4    BMA004 Analysis of diesel spray characteristics using multi holes sac nozzle and VCO nozzle                                     Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

5    BMA005 The affect of wall impingement on diesel, BDF and SVO fuel spray characteristics                                         Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

6    BMA006 Analysis of emulsion fuel on diesel engine peformance                                                                    Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah

7    BMA007 Analysis of emulsion fuel spray characteristics using optical accessible spray chamber                                   Dr. Abdul Adam bin Abdullah
8    BMA008   Study on Pool Combustion of Tire Waste Fuel                                                                            Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
9    BMA009   Analysis of Diesel Particulate Matter of Single Cylinder Diesel Engine Running on Tire DerivatedFuel                   Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
10   BMA010   Analysis of Diesel Particulate Matter of Single Cylinder Desel Engine Running on Waste Plastic Fuel                    Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
11   BMA011   Reduction of diesel exhaust emissions by using first stage sea water scrubber system                                   Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
12   BMA012 Analysis of Reduction of Particulate Matter Concentration and Size Distribution of DI Diesel Engine by Sea Water Scrubber Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
13   BMA013   Design and analysis of car chasis                                                                                      Hadi Bin Abdul Salaam
14   BMA014   Cost reduction study by using DFA Method (Automotive Part/component)                                                   Hadi Bin Abdul Salaam
15   BMA015   Development of new lubricants for enhanced engine performance                                                          Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma
16   BMA016   Experimental determination of engine performance with certain additives in biofuels                                    Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma
17   BMA017 Revetec engine design                                                                                                    Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

18   BMA018 Design of Revetec engine cam with cycloidal motion profile.                                                              Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

19   BMA019 Design of Revetec engine cam with trapezoidal motion profile.                                                            Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim




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                                        BMA PSM TITLE LIST sem 1 session 2011/2012

No Title No                                                             Title                                                   Supervisor

20   BMA020 Revetec engine modeling.                                                                                   Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

21   BMA021 Thermodynamic analysis for a six stroke engine for heat recovery                                           Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

22   BMA022 Experimental study on six stroke engine for heat recovery                                                  Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

23   BMA023 Camshaft design for a six stroke engine                                                                    Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim

24   BMA024 Water inject system design for a six stroke engine                                                         Dr. Maisara Mohyeldin Gasim
25   BMA025   Study Of Stratified And Homogenous Charge Injection Strategy Of Spark Ignition Hydrogen Engine           Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
26   BMA026    Comparative Study on Turbulent Flame Speed Of Gasoline and Hydrogen Fuelled Internal Combustion         Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
27   BMA027   Determination of Gasoline-Hydrogen Blend for Optimum Spark ignition Engine Performance                   Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
28   BMA028    Prediction of Gasoline Engine Combustion Emission using Detailed Chemistry Modeling.                    Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
29   BMA029   Transient Heat Transfer Study in a Gasoline Engine Combustion Process                                    Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
30   BMA030   Analytical And Numerical Analysis Of Pressure Drop Across A Separator-Scrubber-Stack System              Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
31   BMA031   Multi-Phase Flow Simulation of Separator-Scrubber System using CFD                                       Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
32   BMA032   Modeling of Swirling Flow Across Separator-Scrubber System using CFD                                     Mohd Fadzil Abdul Rahim
33   BMA033   Design and development of synchronize cam to activate pulley axial movement for metal V-Belt CVT         Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
34   BMA034   Investigation of clamping force of Electromechanical Rubber Belt CVT due to Power Loss                   Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
35   BMA035   Design and Analysis of linear Cam for Metal v-Belt CVT using ADAM                                        Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
36   BMA036 Design and Development of one to one reverse and forward mechanism for eletromechanical metal V-Belt CVT   Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
37   BMA037 Performance and emission of single cylinder diesel hydrogen dual fuel engine                               Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
38   BMA038 Thermodynamic cycle simulation of diesel hydraugen dual fuel engine                                        Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
                                                                                                                       Muhammad Ammar Nik
39   BMA039 Computational fluid flow analysis of a side mirror for a passenger car
                                                                                                                       Mu'tasim
                                                                                                                       Muhammad Ammar Nik
40   BMA040 Analysis of an aerodynamic in a vehicle cooling system (radiator fin)
                                                                                                                       Mu'tasim
41   BMA041 On-board Hidrogen Generation System for Gasoline Engine                                                    Dr. Rizalman Mamat
42   BMA042 Design, Fabrication & Testing of Small Scale Turbine Jet Engine                                            Dr. Rizalman Mamat




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                                         BMA PSM TITLE LIST sem 1 session 2011/2012

No Title No                                                              Title                                                             Supervisor
43   BMA043   Biodiesel from various vegetable and tallow oil                                                                     Dr. Rizalman Mamat
44   BMA044   Development of diesel engines cooling system                                                                        Dr. Rizalman Mamat
45   BMA045   Development of variable intake system for spark-ignition engine                                                     Dr. Rizalman Mamat
46   BMA046   Development of Solid Rocket Propellant                                                                              Dr. Rizalman Mamat
47   BMA047   Optimization of Air Intake System for Inline-4 Diesel Engine                                                        Dr Rizalman Mamat
48   BMA048   Design of Exhaust Gas Recirculation System (EGR) for Diesel Engine                                                  Dr Rizalman Mamat
49   BMA049   Detail analysis and performance testing of UAV propulsion systems                                                   Ahmad Basirul Subha Alias
50   BMA050   Development of bicycle powered water pump                                                                           Dr Ahmad Razlan Bin Yusoff
51   BMA051   Detail Design of Waste Bottle Plastic Rescue Boat                                                                   Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
52   BMA052   Design B Series Propeller of Traditional Fishing Vessel                                                             Agung Sudrajad, Dr.Eng
53   BMA053   Design, Development, and CFD Analysis of a Flying Wing UAV                                                          Ahmad Basirul Subha Alias
54   BMA054   Design, Construction, and Testing of an Open-loop Low-Speed Wind Tunnel                                             Ahmad Basirul Subha Alias
55   BMA055   A study of humidity effect toward the quality of air from air conditioning system                                   Idris Bin Mat Sahat
56   BMA056 CFD simulation for the determination of forced convective heat transfer coefficients and pressure drop using Fluent   Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma
57   BMA057   CFD simulation using Fluent for the determination of heat transfer coefficients of a packed bed system              Prof. Dr. K.V.Sharma
58   BMA058   Heat transfer from vertical fin having aerofoil cross-section                                                       Dr. Md. Moslemuddin Fakir
59   BMA059   Fatigue Life Prediction of an Automobile Driveshaft using Finite Element Analysis                                   Norhaida bt Ab Razak
60   BMA060   Design and Analysis of a Composite Driveshaft for an Automobile                                                     Norhaida bt Ab Razak
61   BMA061   Design and development of cross flow delta-wing water turbine for Pahang river                                      Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
62   BMA062   Investgation of power generated form cross flow delta-wing turbine for Pahang river                                 Dr. Sugeng Ariyono
                                                                                                                                  Muhammad ammar bin nik
63   BMA063 CFD analysis for flow characteristics of hydraulic francis turbine
                                                                                                                                  mu'tasim
64   BMA064   Numerical Simulation of Fuel Spray Envelop                                                                          Amirruddin Abdul Kadir
65   BMA065   Experimental Measurement of Fuel Spray Visualisation                                                                Amirruddin Abdul Kadir
66   BMA066   Development of High Pressure Spray Triggering                                                                       Amirruddin Abdul Kadir
67   BMA067   Video Imaging study of Ethanol Gasoline blends fuel Spray                                                           Amirruddin Abdul Kadir
68   BMA068   Measurement and numerical simulation of internal air flow in a FKM admin Office Ventilation systems                 Amirruddin Abdul Kadir
69   BMA069   Simulation of the Performance of an Air-conditioning System                                                         Amirruddin Abdul Kadir
70   BMA070   Study of Micro Spray Nozzles                                                                                        Amirruddin Abdul Kadir




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