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Articles by M.Y. Ali
Total Records ( 2 ) for M.Y. Ali
  N.A. Ab Hadi , K.A.M. Annuar , G. Nathan , W.N. Abd Rashid , A.F. Kadmin , M.Y. Ali , Shahrizal Saat and N.R. Mohamad
  Now a days, in industrial, commercial and domestic world, automation assumes an essential part. It is really a planning of various components so as to control, sense, regulate and instruct itself to accomplish a wanted result. This study purposely designed to develop a smart multiple sensor based firefighting robot in our everyday life. So, a smart autonomous fire detector which deflects obstacle on pathway will be created with an extinguisher and some other important elements which controlled by a microcontroller. The system is cost effective has an extensive use. It can present effectively and good outcome during execution. It can be utilized purposely in commercial, domestic sectors and industrial uses which the condition of automatic job needed. If any fire detected, it will extinguish the fire using a water pump that gives to it. This system also able to avoid obstacles on its pathway by changing its direction of movement. This method is possible with the use of ultrasonic sensors. After extinguishing the fire it will move back to find another any presence of fire. It voluntarily senses and extinguishes fire without human guidance. This is mean to simulate the actual world process of robot executing a fire extinguishing task.
  K. Azam , M.Z. Basher , M.Y. Ali , M. Asaduzzaman and M.M. Hossain
  Organoleptic, microbiological and biochemical qualities of four dried fish samples (Mugil cephalus, Scoliodonshorrakowah, Harpodon nehereus and Setipinna phasa) were assessed in summer and winter season and their qualities were compared. The organoleptic score of the samples collected in winter were higher than summer season. The standard plate count (SPC) of different samples in summer and winter indicated an acceptable microbial load. Total Coliform (TC) counts of the samples in summer and winter were found to vary between <3 MPN g-1 to 4 MPN g-1 and had no differences except for Mugil cephalus (4 MPN g-1 in winter) and Harpodon nehereus (4 MPN g-1 in summer). Total Coliform (TC) counts of rest of the samples were <3 MPN g-1. The faecal coliform counts of all the samples were also <3 MPN g-1. Vibrio and Salmonella were not detected in any of the four samples. A slight variation was observed in moisture, ash, protein and fat content of the samples in summer and winter. Moisture, ash, protein and fat content of Parshe were higher in summer. In case of Mugil cephalus and Scoliodon shorrakowah, TVB-N was higher in winter than summer. TMA-N content of the two species (Mugil cephalus and Scoliodon shorrakowah) showed a similar pattern to that of TVB-N. TVB-N and TMA-N content of the remaining two species i.e. Harpodon nehereus and Setipinna phasa showed a reverse pattern in comparison to Mugil cephalus and Scoliodon shorrakowah. Mugil cephalus and Harpodon nehereus showed higher pH in winter than summer while, the pH in Scoliodon shorrakowah and Setipinna phasa was higher in summer.
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