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Articles by P. Hussain
Total Records ( 4 ) for P. Hussain
  A. Triwiyanto , P. Hussain , A. Rahman and M.C. Ismail
  An investigation on microstructure and tribological properties of low temperature nitriding on 316L austenitic stainless steel with varies time treatment has been made in the present work. The improvement of wear resistance and surface hardness of nitrided steel were identified related with the increasing of layer thickness due to the extended time of treatment, where the hardness significantly improved with 754 Hv0.01 after 8 h treatment as well as the tribological properties. The nitrided layer properties improvement in this investigation shows that the wear mechanism was confirmed by the results of coefficient of friction measurements that were obtained from pin on-disc wear test ranging averagely from 0.3-0.5 on 8 h nitrided sample compared to untreated (1.4-2.0) and 2-5 N (0.6-0.8) with shorter nitrided time, respectively. This is agree with theoretical approach where minimum value is achieved and represents high wear resistance. Surface morphology were characterized by using FESEM and the micrograph of worn region showed that untreated 316L experienced severe wear, while nitrided steel presented only slight abrasion with shallow and narrower wear track.
  C.S. Hassan , P. Hussain and M. Awang
  Finite Element Method (FEM) using ANSYS software was employed to evaluate the residual stress distribution in direct joining of sialon and AISI 430 ferritic stainless steel. The elastic-plastic model and four nodes quadratic element PLANE 42 with axisymmetric option were adopted in the analysis. Results showed that sialon experience compressive stresses in radial direction but tensile in axial direction. On the other hand, stresses in AISI 430 ferritic stainless steel are tensile in radial direction but compressive in axial direction. The highest tensile axial stress appeared at the radial free surface of sialon, very near to the joint interface. It is observed that shear stresses concentrated near and on the joint interface.
  M. Awang , I.M. Ahmat and P. Hussain
  Friction Stir Welding (FSW) is a solid-state joining process where a non-consumable, rotating tool is rotated at a constant speed and fed at a constant traverse rate into the joint line between two pieces of sheet or plate material, which are butted together. Whereas, Friction Stir Spot Welding (FSSW) is a derivative of FSW without lateral movement of the tool during the process. Two plates of aluminum alloy 2011 in the dimension of 10 mm thickness was joint welded by using FSW and 1 mm thickness of Aluminum alloy 1100 sheets was spot welded by using FSSW. The strength of the welds was tested using Universal Tensile Machine and the microstructure evolution was observed using optical microscope. Three different regions of FSW and FSSW welds were characterized whereas the strengths of the FSW and FSSW welds were compared to the parent metal.
  A. Triwiyanto , E. Haruman , M. Bin Sudin , S. Mridha and P. Hussain
  Low temperature Thermochemical treatments in fluidized bed furnace involving nitriding, carburizing, and hybrid treating, sequential carburizing-nitriding, have been conducted in the present work with the aim to improve surface properties of AISI 316L. The resulting layer is expanded austenite which is responsible to the higher hardness and better wears properties. Characterization of this expanded austenite layers were performed including XRD analysis, SEM and SPM and microhardness indentation were used to reveal the characters of the produced thin layers. The study demonstrates that hybrid treating produced a thicker layer and higher surface hardness with gentle-drop hardness profile compared to the other treatments. This is caused by the presence of dual expanded austenite γC and γN compared to individual nitriding and carburizing which only produces a single layer. XRD patterns of treated surfaces showing the absence of nitride and carbide precipitates. SPM-c haracterization reveals that expanded austenite has densely packed morphology which is responsible to the hardness improvement as well as high wear resistant surfaces.
 
 
 
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