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Nik Fuaad Nik Abllah (Assoc. Prof. Ir.)

E08 / 105 C, School of HBP
USM 11800 Penang, Malaysia
Tel : 604-6533793
Email : nfuaad@usm.my

PROFILE

Academic Qualifications  
  • M. Sc. (Public Health Engineering), University of Newcastle
  • B. Sc. (Civil & Structural Engineering), University of Wales
     
Professional Membership   M.I.E.M.

Professional Engineer
     
Personal Details
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Associate Professor Ir. Nik Fuaad is a lecturer in Infrastructure Engineering. He started his career as a lecturer in USM in 1982. He graduated with a Degree in Civil Engineering from University College Cardiffand undertook post graduate studies at Newcastle University in the field of Public Health Engineering. He has been a member of Institute Engineers Malaysia since 1988. He is active in publication, research and consultancy, especially in waste water engineering. He also holding a positin as CEO of Perunding Pinang Sdn Bhd, a company which is own by USM. About 80% of the sewage system from his design are being using in Malaysia. At the same time, he is the consultant panel for JPP and JPS. 
     

RESEARCH

  1. PREFABBRICATED SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT FOR   THE WORLD
    RESEARCHERS : PROF MADYA NIK FUAAD NIK ABLLAH
                                PROF DATO DR ABDUL KHALIL
    GRANT AWARDED : RM 3,800,000.00
    DURATION               : ( jan 2009 – june 2010 )
     GRANT AWARDED BY  MOSTI
     
  2. PREFABBRICATED INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT SYSTEM   
    RESEARCHERS : PROF MADYA NIK FUAAD NIK ABLLAH
                                 PROF MADYA DR NORLI ISMAIL
    GRANT AWARDED : RM 4,800,000.00
    DURATION                :  ( nov 2009 – may 2011 )
     GRANT AWARDED BY MOSTI

 

PUBLICATION

  1. H.P.S. Abdul Khalil, R. N. Kumar, S. M. Asri, N. A. Nik Fuaad and M. N. Ahmad (2007). Hybrid Thermoplastic Pre-Preg Oil Palm Frond Fibers (OPF) Reinforced in Polyester Composites, Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, vol 46, pp. 43 – 50.
  2. H.P.S. Abdul Khalil, N. Z. Noriman, M. N. Ahmad, M. M. Ratnam and N. A. N. Fuaad (2007). Polyester Composites Filled Carbon Black and Activated Carbon from Bamboo (Gigantochloa scortechinii): Physical and Mechanical Properties, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, vol 26, 3, pp. 305 - 320. 
  3. H.P.S. Abdul Khalil, N.Z. Noriman, M.N. Ahmad, N. A. Nik Fuaad and M.M. Ratnam (2007). The Effect of Biological Studies of Polyester Composites Filled Carbon Black and Activated Carbon from Bamboo (Gigantochloa scortechinii), Polymer Composites, vol 28, 1, pp. 6-14.
  4. H.P.S Abdul Khalil, S.B.S Shahnaz, M.M. Ratnam, F. Ahmad and N.A. Nik Fuaad (2006). Recycle Polpropylene (RPP) – Wood Saw Dust (WSD) Composites Part 1 : The Effect of Different Filler Size and Filler Loading on Mechanical and Water Absorption Properties, Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, vol 25, 12, pp. 1291 -1303.
  5. H.P.S. Abdul Khalil, S.B.S Shahnaz, M.M. Ratnam, A.M. Issam, F. Ahmad and N.A.Nik Fuaad (2006). Recycle Polpropylene (PP) – Wood Saw Dust (WSD) Composites: The Effect of Acetylation on Mechanical and Water Absorption Properties, Mokchae Konghak, vol 34, 2, pp. 1-12.