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Articles by K.R. Jamaludin
Total Records ( 3 ) for K.R. Jamaludin
  Y. Daud , M. Lucas and K.R. Jamaludin
  It has been reported that the application of radial ultrasonic vibration on die during wire drawing process has reduced the drawing force. The reduction of the drawing force has been related to relative oscillation motion between die and wire surface which caused the reduction of interface friction. Since the oscillatory stress has not been measured, there were conflicting interpretations of the measured data and the possible factors that reduced the drawing force. This study proposes a numerical investigation into oscillatory stress behaviour of superimposed radial ultrasonic vibration with different interface friction. A series of finite element simulation was created to model a simple compression test of aluminium. The radial ultrasonic vibration was superimposed in short interval during plastic deformation. To investigate the effect of friction in the model, the coefficient of friction between die and specimen was changed from μ = 0 to μ = 0.25 during static and ultrasonic compressions. The calculated static and oscillatory stress-strain can be referred to the previous experimental data. This study shows that the reduction of forming force due to radial ultrasonic vibration can be related to the reduction of the interface friction. However the use of lubricant during radial ultrasonic compression has not much reduced friction further.
  N.H. Mohamad Nor , N. Muhamad , A.K. Ariffin , M. Ruzi , K.R. Jamaludin and A. Sufizar
  This paper outlines the optimization the process of injection molding parameters for feedstock of titanium alloy powder and palm stearin binder using grey relational analysis method. A Grey Relational Grade (GRG) obtained from the Grey Relational Analysis (GRA) is used to solve the injection molding operations with the multiple performance characteristic. The L27 (313) of orthogonal array of Taguchi method were performed. Defects, strength and density are important characteristics in determine the quality of the green part. Using these characteristics, the injection pressure, injection temperature, powder loading, mold temperature, holding pressure and injection speed are optimized in the study. From the analysis of variance (ANOVA), the injection temperature has the highest contribution to the quality of green part followed by injection pressure, powder loading, mold temperature, injection rate and holding pressure.
  K.R. Jamaludin , N. Muhamad , M.N. Ab. Rahman , S. Ahmad , M.H.I. Ibrahim , N.H. M. Nor , M.R. Harun and M.Y.M. Daud
  This study presents and demonstrates the effectiveness of optimizing multiple quality characteristics of the injection molding of the MIM green compacts via Taguchi method-based Grey analysis. The modified algorithm adopted here was successfully used for both detraining the optimum setting of the process parameters and for combining multiple quality characteristics into one integrated numerical value called Grey relational grade. The significant molding parameters were identified as (1) Injection Pressure (2) Injection Temperature (3) Powder Loading (4) Mold Temperature (5) Holding Pressure and (6) Injection Speed. In addition, the multiple quality characteristics required are: (1) less defects (2) strong and (3) denser compact. The result concluded that the powder loading (C) is very significant for the combination of the quality characteristics.
 
 
 
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