Journal of Advanced Research DesignISSN (Online)
: 2289-7984

Frequency : Monthly

Editor-in-Chief : Dr. Roslina Mohammad (E-mail)
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Aims and Scope : This journal offers overall strategy that researchers choose to integrate the different components of the research in a coherent and logical way, thereby, ensuring effectively address the research problem; it constitutes the blueprint for the collection, measurement, and analysis of data spanning the interdisciplinary field of applied researches. Scope of the journal includes: biology, chemistry, physics, environmental, business and economics, finance, mathematics and statistics, geology, engineering, computer science, social sciences, natural and technological sciences, linguistics, medicine, and architecture.

Recent Articles

Volume 61, No. 1 (October, 2019)

Implementation of 5s in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME)
Mohd Adzrie, F. O. Chai, K. Elcy, R. M. Joselyn, Na Mohd-Lair, M.A. Madlan
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PUBLISHED ARTICLES

PrefaceVolume 1 - Volume 5Volume 6 - Volume 10Volume 11 - Volume 15Volume 16 - Volume 20Volume 21 - Volume 25Volume 26 - Volume 30Volume 31 - Volume 35Volume 36 - Volume 40Volume 41 - Volume 45Volume 46 - Volume 50Volume 51 - Volume 55Volume 56 - Volume 60Volume 61 - Volume 65
Volume 1, No. 1 (October, 2014)
Preliminary Study on the Wind Flow and Pollutant Dispersion in an Idealized Street Canyon
Afiq Witri Muhammad Yazid, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Salim Mohamed Salim and Shuhaimi Mansor

Page 1 – 17

Pelaksanaan Analisis Kandungan Sebagai Metodologi Kajian bagi Mengenalpasti Kriteria Pembinaan Lestari (Implementation of Content Analysis as Research Methodology for Identifying Criteria for Sustainable Construction)
Mohd Nor Rashidi, Rawshan Ara Begum, Mazlin bin Mokhtar and Joy Jacqueline Pereira
Page 18 – 27

The Conduct of Structured Interviews as Research Implementation Method
Mohd Nor Rashidi, Rawshan Ara Begum, Mazlin bin Mokhtar and Joy Jacqueline Pereira
Page 28 – 34

Computational Investigations on Heat Transfer Enhancement Using Nanorefrigerants
Nor Azwadi Che Sidik and Omer Adnan Alawi
Page 35 – 41

Job-Demand Resources Model to Explain the Relationship among Work-Family Conflict, Burnout, Social Support and Turnover Intention: A Conceptual Review
Rozanti A. Hamid and Ungku Noorul Kamar Ungku Ahmad
Page 42 – 53

Volume 2, No. 1 (November, 2014)
Pelaksaan Analisis Data Menggunakan Model Pengukuran Rasch bagi Menentukan Wajaran Item (Implementation of Data Analysis using Rasch Measurement Model for Determining the Weights of Items)
Mohd Nor Rashidi, Rawshan Ara Begum, Mazlin bin Mokhtar and Joy Jacqueline Pereira
Page 1 – 9

Numerical Study of harvesting Solar Energy from Small-Scale Asphalt Solar Collector
Ghasaq Adheed Hashim and Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 10 – 19

Analyzing Factors that Influence Public Sector Procurement Reverse Auctions System: A Review
Megat Zulkifli, Mohd Fuaad said and Choo Wei Chong
Page 20 – 25

Volume 3, No. 1 (December, 2014)
Developing and Prototyping of Empty Fruit Bunch High Density Board
J. Sahari, M.K.M Shah, M.N. Nuratiqah and M.M. Rao
Page 1 – 8

Performance of Parabolic Concentrated Solar Cooker used for Cooking Oil in Bauchi-Nigeria
M. R. Abbas, D. Y. Dasin and A. S. Aliyu
Page 9 – 21

How to Determine the Heterogeneity Using Image Logs
M. Alizadeh, Z. Movahed, R. Junin, R. Mohsind, M. Alizadeh and M. Alizadeh
Page 22 – 32

Volume 4, No. 1 (January, 2015)
Effects of Preparation Method on the Properties of Pineapple Fibers
I. I. Muhamad, N. S. Md Katan, S. Shaharuddin and D. N. Abang Zaidel
Page 1 – 8

Design and Development of Coconut De-Husking Machine (Machine Component Design)
H. Azmi, A. B. Sanuddin, M. Z. Zakimi, M. S. Jamali, H. Radhwan, A. N. M. Khalil, A. N. A. Akmal and A. F. Annuar
Page 9 – 19

Numerical Study of Turbulent Flow over Backward-Facing Step with Different Turbulence Models
D. G. Jehad, G. A. Hashim, A. K. Zarzoor and C. S. Nor Azwadi
Page 20 – 27

Volume 5, No. 1 (February, 2015)
Possibility of Producing Ethanol from Moringa Oleifera Pod Husk
E. N. Ali and M. Z. Jamaludin
Page 1 – 9

The Effect of Fuel Contamination on the Wear Characteristic of Used Motor Oil
K. F. Abdullah and M. Z. Bahak
Page 10 – 16

Effectiveness of Canlite and Probase Stabilized Laterite Soil
N. Z. Mohd Yunus, N. T. Wei, Y. C. Yung, A. Marto, F. Pakir, M. A. Hezmi, N. Abdullah, R. A. Abdullah, S. A. Hassan and R. Saari
Page 17 – 30

Volume 6, No. 1 (March, 2015)
Bio-inspired Computing for Network Modelling
N.Rajaee, A.A.S.A Hussaini, A. Zulkharnain and S.M.W Masra
Page 1 – 10

Study of Machining Characteristics of LLPDE/Palmac Palm Oil-Based Wax Blend for Prototype Application
M. Khalil, H. Radwan, F. Annuar, H. Azmi and M. Z. Zakaria
Page 11 – 20

Production of Anti-Cancer Compound, Physalin B from Callus Cultures of Physalis Minima (Linn.)
G.I. Jualang Azlan and M. Marziah
Page 21 – 36

Volume 7, No. 1 (April, 2015)
Recycled High Density Polyethylene/Ethylene Vinyl Acetate Blends: The Effect of Caprolactam-Maleic Anhydride and Polyethylene-grafted-Maleic Anhydride on Tensile Properties and Swelling Behavior
A.R.H. Fatimah, A. G. Supri and Z. Firuz
Page 1 – 9

Penggunaan Komputer dan Internet Web 2.0 dalam Kalangan Generasi Y Pelajar Universiti (The Usage of Computers and Internet Web 2.0 in Generation Y among University Students)
S. Z. Abdul Manaf, R. Din, A. Hamdan, N. S. Mat Salleh, I. F. Kamsin and J. Abdul Aziz
Page 10 – 18

Numerical Study of Separation Length of Flow through Rectangular Channel with Baffle Plates
M. M. Jamil, M.I. Adamu, T.R Ibrahim and G.A. Hashim
Page 19 – 33

Volume 8, No. 1 (May, 2015)
Kesahan Dan Kebolehpercayaan Soal Selidik Kebolehgunaan Modul Pembelajaran Kendiri Menggunakan Model Pengukuran Rasch (Validity and Reliability of Questionnaire to Measure Usability of a Self-Learning Module Using the Rasch Measurement Model)
N. S. Mat Salleh, R. Din, S. Z. Abdul Manaf, A. Hamdan and A. A. Karim
Page 1 – 11

CFD Simulation Study on Pressure Drop and Velocity across Single Flow Microchannel Heat Sink
A. A. Razali and A. Sadikin
Page 12 – 21

Study on Resistivity Behaviour of Conductive Rubber Sheet (CRS) and Quantum Tunnelling Composites (QTC) Pills for Tactile Sensor Application
A. Aqilah, C.Y. Low and N. Muthmainnah
Page 22 – 28

Volume 9, No. 1 (June, 2015)
Predicting of Fatigue Damage Modes Due to Defects of Bio-composite Materials
M. J. Suriania, A. Alib, A. Khalina and S. M. Sapuan
Page 1 – 12

Digital Information Evaluation Skills among Students in Higher Education
N. Parsazadeh and R. Ali
Page 13 – 25

Design of a Compact and Lightweight Wheelchair for Disable Children
R. Suntharamurthy, A. Anuar and F. Mahamud
Page 26 – 33

Volume 10, No. 1 (July, 2015)
Investigation of the Fluid Motion with Various Clearances of the Biodiesel Reactor by Using CFD
N. M. Isa, R. A. Mohamad Rushdi, A. Sadikin and S. M. Basharie
Page 1 – 8

Effect of Poly (ethylene glycol) Diglycidyl Ether as Surface Modifier on Conductivity and Morphology of Carbon Black Filled Poly (vinyl chloride)/Poly (ethylene oxide) Conductive Polymer Films
M. D. Siti Hajar, A. G. Supri and A. J. Jalilah
Page 9 – 13

Performance Evaluation of Cryptographic Algorithms on Reconfigurable Hardware: MD5 based on Timing and Area Implementation
S. Suhaili and T. Watanabe
Page 14 – 24

Volume 11, No. 1 (August, 2015)
SMEs’ Knowledge of Legislated Employment Rights: Malaysian Perspective
H. Ashari and K. Soehod
Page 1 – 10

Electronic Service Quality of Malaysia Airline Industries (Low Cost Carrier)
M. K. Majid, N. Bakri and M. S. Md. Ariff
Page 11 – 22

Views and Ways on Improving Knowledge Sharing of the Malaysian Public Sector
S. R. Kathiravelu, N. N. Abu Mansor and T. Ramayah
Page 23 – 40

Volume 12, No. 1 (September, 2015)
Enhancing Organization Demand for Innovation through Entrepreneurial Leadership and Social Networks
M. Mokhber, G.G. Tan and A.Vakilbashi
Page 1 – 12

Measuring Gender Equality in Technical and Vocational Education and Training
M. M. Mohamad, N. L. Sulaiman, L. C. Sern and K. Mohd Salleh
Page 13 – 20

A successful Model to Inculcate Low Carbon Awareness among School Students and Teachers
F. A. Phang, W. wai Yoke, H. Chin Siong, M. Suda, J. Fujino
Page 21 – 34

Volume 13, No. 1 (October, 2015)
Targeting Method of Heat Exchanger Network in Olefin Unit of Oil Refinery
R. Mohammad, F. Sharifi, D. Sharifi, N. Othman and Z. A. Kadir
Page 1 – 15

Measuring the Engagement of Modules in Educating Social Interaction Skill for Children with Autism
I. N. N. Ahmad Azahari, W. F. Wan Ahmad, Z. Jamaludin, A. S. Hashim, and N. S. Abdul Aziz
Page 16 – 24

Six Sigma Approach in Safety Performance at Transport Logistics Industry
Z. A. Kadir, R. Mohammad and N. Othman
Page 25 – 35

Volume 14, No. 1 (November, 2015)
The Barriers to Adoption of Mobile Learning by HEIs in Malaysia: An Exploratory Study
D. Al-Arabiat, W. F. Wan Ahmad, and A. Sarlan
Page 1 – 9

Quality-of-Experience Modeling in High-Density Wireless Network
S. Qaiyum, I. A. Aziz, and N. Haron
Page 10 – 27

Evaluating the Impact of Non-Clinical M-Health Application: Towards Development of a Framework
F. Mohd Fadzilah, and N. I. Arshad
Page 28 – 38

Volume 15, No. 1 (December, 2015)
Hak Penyertaan Kanak –Kanak dalam Prosiding Sulh (Mediasi) Di Mahkamah Syariah (The Vioce of the Child in Sulh (Mediation) Proceeding)
A. Ahmad, A. Yaakob, K. W. Mohd, N. A. Mohd Awal and M. A. Adib Samuri
Page 1 – 14

Effect of Co-Modification of Ba and Bi on Microstructure of Al-20%Mg2Si in Situ Composite and Mechanism
H. Ghandvar, M. H. Idris and N. Ahmad 
Page 15 – 18

The Mediation Effect of Burnout and Moderation Effect of Social Support on Work-Family Conflict-Turnover Intention Relationship among Malaysian Woman Engineers: A Proposed Framework and Methodology
R. A. Hamid and U. N. Ungku Ahmad 
Page 19 – 35

Volume 16, No. 1 (January, 2016)
Determination of Vibration Characteristics of Carbon Nanobeams
H. M. Berrabah, N. Z. Sekrane and B. E. Adda
Page 1 – 14

Numerical Simulation of the Dynamics of a Droplet in a Low-gravitational Field
S. Sharafatmandjoor, C. S. Nor Azwadi
Page 15 – 20

Volume 17, No. 1 (February, 2016)
Studying the Hydrodynamic Characteristics of New Type of Artificial Reef
Y. M. Ahmed, O. Yaakob, K. K. Koh, M. F. Mohd Zaini, A. H. Elbatran, M. M. Takeyeldein
Page 1 – 13

An Appraisal of Negotiation as a Dispute Resolution Method in Nigerian Construction Industry
S. Saidu, B. Y. Gandu
Page 14 – 22

Volume 18, No. 1 (March, 2016)
Mortality Rate of Mosquito Species to Dichloro-Diphenyl-Trichloro-Ethane (DDT) and Deltametrin Insecticides
J. Philimon, M. S. Pukuma, K. P. Yoriyo, S. Mohammed, J. I. Nganjiwa, E. Abba, H. Saidu, N. Moses
Page 1 – 8

The Application of the Trigonometric Deformation Theory of Thick Plates
H. M. Berrabah, N. Z. Sekrane, B. E. Adda
Page 9 – 19

Characteristics and Challenges of Brick Making Industry in Central Aceh, Silih Nara, Indonesia
N. Kolodziejek and L. S. Tey
Page 20 – 34

Volume 19, No. 1 (April, 2016)
Exploring the Critical Factors of Service Experience in Customer Care Centre of Telecom Industry in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
J. J. William, I. A. Chowdhury and N. M. Suki
Page 1 – 13

Simulation of Scheduling Technique in a Food Processing Industry
A. K. A. Zakwan and A.K.A. Zuhra
Page 14 – 18

Volume 20, No. 1 (May, 2016)
An Exploration of the Factors Influencing the Intention of University Students towards the Consumption of Instant Noodles
P .L. Tan, M. Hanif, F. Amalina and Laily
Page 1 – 17

Mathematical Modeling of Interrelationship Analysis to Determine Multi-Criteria Decision Making Casual Relations
A. Aghelie, N. M. Mustapha, S. Sorooshian, N. A. Azizan
Page 18 – 33

Volume 21, No. 1 (June, 2016)
Law Foundation Study of Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal’s Thought in Characteristics of Allah
R. L. Sinaga, I. Ishak, M. Ahmad, M. Irwanto and H. Widya
Page 1 – 5

Formulation of Logit Regression
A. Asraf, S. Sorooshian and J. K. Cheng
Page 6 – 9

Volume 22, No. 1 (July, 2016)
Experimental Studies on Small Scale of Solar Updraft Power Plant
A. Kinan and N. A. Che Sidik
Page 1 – 12

Determinants of Comorbidity in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Influence of Demographic and Duration of Illness
S. N. Chin, N. N. Abdullah and L. P. Poh

Volume 23, No. 1 (August, 2016)
Upper Limb Post Stroke Rehabilitation Performance Monitoring Tools using Optical Mouse
A. S. Abd Talib and J. Mohd Taib
Page 1 – 11

Relationship between Occupational Stress and Job Satisfaction of Police Officers in Punjab, Pakistan
U. Khizar, D. J. Orcullo and J. Mustafa
Page 12 – 18

Volume 24, No. 1 (September, 2016)
Application of Geophysical Technique in Investigation of Groundwater Quality at Melaka Tengah, Malacca
N. F. Yusof, M. A. Mohamed Zawawi, H. Juahir and N.Z. Karim
Page 1 – 12

Open-Source Project (OSPs) Platform for Outdoor Quadcopter
S. Sabikan and S. W. Nawawi
Page 13 – 27

Volume 25, No. 1 (October, 2016)
Bamboo Composite Welding Cart Conceptual Design for Oil and Gas Industry
A. F. Ab Ghani, M. A. F. A. Megat Muda, M. H. Amat Sahari, S. S. Mohamed, N. Mohamad Zawawi and W. R. Wan Roni
Page 1 – 10

The Significant Improvement on The Design of Pedestrian Traffic Light Using Boothroyd Dewhurst Design for Assembly (DFA) Method: A Case Study
M. N. Ahmad, N. Adeera, M. H. Osman Mazran and M. Khalid
Page 11 – 19

Case Report: Aviation Pulmonary Embolism in Pregnancy
K. Mardiana, R. J. Abigail, Y. K. Yee, L. Soe and H. N. Suharjono
Page 20 – 25

Volume 26, No. 1 (November, 2016)
Mediating effects of resistance to change to successful lean transformation
Mohamed Shamaun Yushak, Rozzeta Dolah, Nooh Abu Bakar, Khairur Rijal Jamaludin
Page 1 – 12

Assessing the content validity of Perjura using content validity ratio
M.N. Norashady, M.A. Muhammad Aziz Shah, M.A. Eftah, Y. Haniza
Page 13 – 19

Volume 27, No. 1 (December, 2016)
Integrating technological pedagogical and content knowledge in computer programming courses: Issues and challenges
N. Talib, S.F.M Yassin, M.K.M. Nasir, M.A.H. Bunyamin
Page 1 – 13

Reform for freedom in PB Shelley’s literary works
S. Salah, Y. J. Yusoff
Page 14 – 18

Improvement of B2bot correction factor for NeQuick 2 during the high solar activity at Saint Croix
S. N. M. Azizul Hoque
Page 19 – 26

Volume 28, No. 1 (January, 2017)
Variations of riparian vegetation along the river corridors of Sg Johor
Mohamad Hidayat Jamal, Ahmad Khairi Abd Wahab, Chik Maslinda Omar, Daeng Siti Maimunah Ishak
Page 1 – 11

Simulation of streamflow for Sungai Ketil catchment using SWAT model
Atikah Izzaty Rosli, Md Rowshon Kamal, Nkululeko Simeon Dlamini, Mohd Syazwan Faisal Mohd
Page 12 – 20

Volume 29, No. 1 (February, 2017)
Peeling strength of facesheet thickness on rubber wood honeycomb composites
Jennise Tan Teng Teng, Mohd Yuhazri Yaakob, Haeryip Sihombing, Abu Abdullah, Suriati Akmal
Page 1 – 6

Speed control of a DC series motor
Hanisah Salam, Jumaliah Jahuri
Page 7 – 15

Volume 30, No. 1 (March, 2017)
Design and implementation of microcontroller based temperature monitoring system
Usman Bashir Tayab, Chan Weng Yuen
Page 1 – 11

Foreign workers’ composition at construction site
Kevin Chester Wong How Yee, Abdul Rahim Abdul Hamid, Haziq Zul Asyraf Zahari
Page 12 – 21

Volume 31, No. 1 (April, 2017)
The impact of learning organization on knowledge transfer and organizational performance
Ammar Saleh Mubarak Habtoor, Darwina Ahmad Arshad, Hazlinda Hassan
Page 1 – 8

Noise measurement and awareness at construction site – A Case Study
Siti Nadia Mohd Bakhori, Mohamad Zaki Hassan, Feiruz Ab’lah, Aadil Nausherwan, Mohd Azlan Suhot, Mohd Yusof Daud, Shamsul Sarip, Zarini Ismail
Page 9 – 16

Volume 32, No. 1 (May, 2017)
Analysing international baccalaureate Students’ academic performance at Kolej MARA, Banting
Normawati Mohd Shariff, Mazlina Abd Razak, Zalina Daud
Page 1 – 12

Classification of Malaysian honey using Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and principal component analysis
Rosmahaida Jamaludin, Mohd Afiq Ridzuan, Hasmerya Maarof
Page 13 – 18

Volume 33, No. 1 (June, 2017)
Climate change impact on coastal communities in Malaysia
Norzaida Abas, Zalina Mohd Daud, Norazizi Mohamed, Syafrina Abdul Halim
Page 1 – 7

A mathematical model of healthy diet menu plan for MARA Junior Science College boarding schools
Nurly Diana Jalil, Maslin Masrom, Wan Normeza Wan Zakaria
Page 8 – 14

Police competency in contributing to the successful implementation of an emergency response plan in football stadiums
Dell Akbar Kahan Hyder Khan, Sa’ardin Abdul Aziz, Shamsul Sarip
Page 15 – 25

Volume 34, No. 1 (July, 2017)
Factors that contribute to occupational stress of offshore workers
Zafariq Zainal, Yusof Daud, Mohd Zaki Hassan, Norazmein Abd Raman
Page 1 – 7

Factors influencing sharp injury reporting among healthcare workers in Hospital Melaka
Nik Hasnaa Nik Mahmood, Nur Farhana Hamzah
Page 8 – 18

Volume 35, No. 1 (August, 2017)
An illumination normalization on face images: A comparative review
Wan Azani Mustafa, Haniza Yazid, Aimi Salihah Abdul-Nasir, Mastura Jaafar
Page 1 – 9

Analysis of spatial distribution of worship centres using maximum location model in part of Minna, Niger state, Nigeria
E. A. Adesina, J. O. Odumosu, O. O. Morenikeji, O. G. Ajayi, E. S. Onuche, K. H. Babalola
Page 10 – 25

Development of structure-activity modelling of carboxamides compounds for Aedes aegypti repellents
Rosmahaida Jamaludin, Nurul Azmira Ibrahim, Hasmerya Maarof
Page 26 – 32

Volume 36, No. 1 (September, 2017)
Internet application for online cadastral services : A case study in Nigeria
Babalola Sunday Oyetayo, Abdul Rahman Alias, Choon Liat Tan, Abidoye Ayodeji Iyanu, Abiri Anthony Olatunbosun
Page 1 – 12

Determination of physicochemical parameters and riparian land effect on Kwadon stream
Newton Moses, Sulaiman Mohammed, Haruna Saidu, Ahmed Ibrahim Galadima, Danladi Mohammed Umar, Kotos Abubakar, Mathias Kefas, Cleophas Billah
Page 13 – 24

Evaluation of rehabilitated forest stands development using hemispheric photograph
Roland Kueh Jui Heng, Nik Muhamad Abd. Majid, Seca Gandaseca, Osumanu Haruna Ahmed, Sylvester Jemat, Melvin Ku Kin Kin, Jimmy Teo Chee Kiong
Page 25 – 33

Volume 37, No. 1 (October, 2017)
Analysis of turnover Intention among manufacturing technicians in electronic industry
Abdul Rashid Ismail, Wan Normeza Wan Zakaria
Page 1 – 8

Mathematical modelling of dengue pattern in Penang, Malaysia
Norzaida Abas, Rafidah M. Shamsuddin, Syafrina Abd. Halim, Noor Shazwani Osman
Page 9 – 15

Microclimatic performance of courtyard residential buildings in Kafanchan-Nigeria
Markus Bulus, Lim Yaik-Wah, Malsiah Hamid
Page 16 – 25

Volume 38, No. 1 (November, 2017)
Preliminary analysis of conformity of LADM for modelling 3D/4D situation
Babalola Sunday Oyetayo, Abdulrahman Alias, Choon Liant Tan, Shuaibu Umar, Mohammed Jawalludeen Sani
Page 1 – 12

Municipal solid waste characteristics in Taman Universiti, Skudai, Johore, Malaysia
Edward Hingha Foday Jr, Nurul As’shikin Ramli, Hairu Nabilah Ismail, Nulhazwany Abdul Malik, Hazlami Fikri Basri, Fatihah Syahirah Abdul Aziz, Nurul Sakinah M. Nor, Fairoz Jumhat
Page 13 – 20

Volume 39, No. 1 (December, 2017)
RFID Enabled Automatic Parking System
Mohd Nizulfika Kassim, Nur Safwati Mohd Nor, Fazila Mohd Zawawi
Page 1 – 8

Resolving Potential Chaos Associated with Spatial Distribution of Gas Filling Stations in Urban Centres for Sustainable Planning
Olapeju Olasunkanmi Olusola
Page 9 – 18

Volume 40, No. 1 (January, 2018)
Application of CAD/CAE Tools in the Design and Analysis of Plastic Injection Mould
Nuhu Adam Sulaiman, Zhang Deqiang, Mustapha Mukhtar Usman, Abdulrahaman S. Ahmad
Page 1 – 8

Transformer Health Index Sensitivity Analysis using Neuro-Fuzzy Modelling
K. Ibrahim, R.M. Sharkawy, H.K. Temraz, M.M.A. Salama
Page 9 – 14

Volume 41, No. 1 (February, 2018)
A New Adaptive Wide Area Protection Algorithm for Distribution Networks with Distributed Generation
Salmin Gaber, Karim Hassan, Ashraf Megahed
Page 1 – 6

Substrate Integrated Waveguide Coupler
A.M.M.A Allam, Adham Mahmoud
Page 7 – 14

Distribution of Normal Stress under the Effect of Temperature for a Functionally Graduated Beam
Berrabah Hamza Madjid, Zaiter Khaled
Page 15 – 19

Volume 42, No. 1 (March, 2018)
Influence of Temperature on the Deformation of a Two-Layer Beam Functionally Graded under Electrostatic Loading
Berrabah Hamza Madjid, Chemmam Mohamed
Page 1 – 6

Adaptive Protection Scheme for Medium Voltage Systems with Distributed Generation and Islanding Detection
A. H. El-Hamrawy, A.I. Megahed
Page 7 – 16

Liver Fibrosis Diagnosis with Mamdani FIS
S. Sweidan, S. El-Sappagh, H. Elbakry, S. Sabbeh
Page 17 – 24

Volume 43, No. 1 (April, 2018)
Minimum Difference Self-Cancellation Technique for SC-FDMA System
Mohamed A. Aboul-Dahab, Esam A. A. A. Hagras, Kholoud M. Hassan Ali
Page 1 – 9

Blowfish Security Enhancement using DNA–Genetic Technique
H. Elkamchouchi, F. Ahmed, A. Abd ElMaksoud
Page 10 – 16

Effect of Radiation Pattern of MIMO Antenna System on the Capacity for Different Channel Models
A.M.M.A Allam, Khalid Monir Ahmed
Page 17 – 22

Volume 44, No. 1 (May, 2018)
Simulation of EMP Generator using MATLAB
Betantya Nugroho, Azli Yahya, Abd. Rahim, Nor Hisham, Kamal Khalil, Mohd Najeb Jamaluddin
Page 1 – 6

Using Mathematics to Quantify Subjective Decisions: Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process to Risk Assessment
Rabihah Md. Sum
Page 7 – 19

Evaluation of Reduction in Radiation Dose Rates from Patients Receiving Iodine-131 Therapy for Thyrotoxicosis and Thyroid Cancer
Humara Noreen, Saira Zafar, Muhammad Afzal Nadeem
Page 20 – 29

Conceptual design of a Solar HALE UAV
Saad Nazarudeen, Wail I. Harasani, Amer F. Rafique
Page 30 – 40

Volume 45, No. 1 (June, 2018)
Slotted Flexible UWB Antenna
Nabeel Muqarrab, M. Irfan Khattak, M. Rehan Zaffar, Waleed Shahjehan, Zaka Ullah
Page 1 – 7

The Understanding of Traffic Signs & Symbols as Nonverbal Communication: A Comparative Study of Drivers of Swat & Dir Lower, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan
Arshad Rehman, Sajjad Ali
Page 8 – 18

Global Energy Security and Eastern Europe: A Review
Muhammad Adil Khattak, Tuan Mohamad Hakimi Tuan Yahya, Muhammad Wazif Mohd Sallehhudin, Muhammad Izzuan Mohd Ghazali, Nur Awal Abdullah, Nur Athirah Nordin, Nur Ainida Mohd Mohsein Dzakurnain, Suhail Kazi
Page 19 – 42

Application of Various Mechanical Treatments for Meat Tenderization
Mohamad Afifi Ismail, Gun Hean Chong, Mohammad Rashedi Ismail-Fitry
Page 43 – 51

Volume 46, No. 1 (July, 2018)
Elemen Taman Islamik yang Diutamakan Orang Awam dan Persepsi Profesional terhadap Astaka Moroco di Putrajaya Berbanding Taman Islamik Timur Tengah
Public Preference of Islamic Garden Elements and Professional Perceptions Towards Astaka Moroco in Putrajaya Compared to Middle Eastern Islamic Gardens
Fazlena Abd. Rahim, Norsidah Ujang, Mohamed Mohamed Tolba Said
Page 1 – 13

Effects of Brine Concentration,Thickness and Microwave Finish Drying on the Textural Characteristics of Buffalo Jerky
Michelle Cheah Yeah Wen, Mohammad Rashedi Ismail-Fitry, Nor Afizah Mustapha, Nur Hanani Zainal Abedin
Page 14 – 22

Evaluation of Residential Satisfaction towards Building Maintenance at Rumah Selangorku Damai Utama
Mohd Aliff Farhan Musa, Rafizah Musa
Page 23 – 29

“Drive Thru” Attendance System using Radio Frequency Identification (RFID): A Review
Abu Bakar Ibrahim, Che Zalina Zulkifli, Nurul Husna Abdul Kahar
Page 30 – 36

Volume 47, No. 1 (August, 2018)
Measuring Expected Participation in Project Knowledge: Analysing Communication Patterns in Social Messaging Application using GUSC Model
Shahrinaz Ismail, Nordiana Jamaludin
Page 1 – 16

The Effect of Six Sigma on Organizational Performance: The Mediating Role of Innovation Culture
Mohammed Saleh Alosani, Rushami Zien Yusoff, Ali Musaed Alansi
Page 17 – 28

Volume 48, No. 1 (September, 2018)
Theoretical Study on Hybrid Amplification of 32-Channels DWDM in Optical Parametric Amplifiers
Wan Maisarah Mukhtar, Alia Athira Tarmuji, Noor Syuhaida Mohamed, Muhammad Syahir Jafree
Page 1 – 13

Analysing the Contribution of Attitudinal Factors to the Depleting Urban Green Vegetation in Akure, Nigeria
Akinyoyenu Afolabi Festus, Ismail Said
Page 14 – 24

Volume 49, No. 1 (October, 2018)
Locating Earth Fault of Synchronous Generator using Wavelet Transform and ANFIS
Amany. H. Helal, Ehab. F. Badran, Hamdy. A. Ashour
Page 1 – 6

Inventory Management Improvement Suggestion through Time-Series Forecasting for Financial Service Company
Raditianto Adipriyana, Rosmahaida Jamaludin, Hayati Habibah Abdul Talib
Page 7 – 14

Volume 50, No. 1 (November, 2018)
Numerical Prediction of Laminar Nanofluid Flow in Rectangular Microchannel
Saidu Bello AbuBakar, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Hong Wei Xian
Page 1 – 17

Utilization of Nanofluids in Minichannel for Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Augmentation: A Concise Research Design
Nura Mu’az Muhammad, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 18 – 29

Volume 51, No. 1 (December, 2018)
Determinants of Mobile Applications Acceptance for English Language Learning in Universiti Utara Malaysia
Oualieddine Mekhzoumi, Mohd Hilmi bin Hamzah, Hariharan N. Krishnasamy
Page 1 – 13

Heat Transfer Performance of Hybrid Nanofluid as Nanocoolant in Automobile Radiator System
Hong Wei Xian, Nor Azwadi Bin Che Sidik, M’hamed Beriache
Page 14 – 25

Volume 52, No. 1 (January, 2019)
Valuing Visitor’s Willingness to Pay to Generate Revenues for Managing Putrajaya Botanical Garden
Izza Shazleen Abdul Aziz, Marek Kozlowski, Mohd Shahwahid Othman
Page 1 – 12
AbstractPolicymakers and recreation site managers use changes in fee structure, either introducing park entrance fees or increasing existing ones, to generate revenues, improve services, and reduce damages associated with visitor’s overuse. The sudden increase in park usage fee, however, can make the park inaccessible to certain segments of visitors. Understanding park users’ response to changes in fees and its implication on park use equity is, thus, important to achieving a park’s full potential in a socially and environmentally responsible way. This information is crucial especially for developing countries, where the issue has received relatively less attention and underfunded. This paper contributes to the literature on park access fees by empirically assessing park use equity between and among international and local visitors visiting Putrajaya Botanical Garden, Malaysia and developing an approach for determining predictors and mean willingness to pay values for park entrance. Results of our survey-based approach show a positive willingness to pay values for park entrance and fee increases. Our results also show that it is possible to raise revenue without exacerbating existing park use differences.
CiteMLA
Izza Shazleen, Abdul Aziz, et al. "Valuing Visitor’s Willingness to Pay to Generate Revenues for Managing Putrajaya Botanical Garden." Journal of Advanced Research Design 52.1 (2019): 1-12.
APA
Izza Shazleen, A. A., Marek, K., & Mohd Shahwahid, O.(2019). Valuing Visitor’s Willingness to Pay to Generate Revenues for Managing Putrajaya Botanical Garden. Journal of Advanced Research Design, 52(1), 1-12.
Chicago
Izza Shazleen Abdul Aziz, Marek Kozlowski, and Mohd Shahwahid Othman."Valuing Visitor’s Willingness to Pay to Generate Revenues for Managing Putrajaya Botanical Garden." Journal of Advanced Research Design." 52, no. 1 (2019): 1-12.
Harvard
Izza Shazleen, A.A., Marek, K., & Mohd Shahwahid, O.,2019. Valuing Visitor’s Willingness to Pay to Generate Revenues for Managing Putrajaya Botanical Garden. Journal of Advanced Research Design 52(1), pp. 1-12.
Vancouver
Izza Shazleen AA, Marek K, Mohd Shahwahid O. Valuing Visitor’s Willingness to Pay to Generate Revenues for Managing Putrajaya Botanical Garden. Journal of Advanced Research Design. 2019;52(1): 1-12.

Experimental Investigations of Loop Heat Pipe Performance with Nanofluids
Muhammad Arif Harun, Prem Gunnasegaran, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 13 - 27

AbstractHeat pipes are widely used in various industries such as automotive, electronics, and many more. Heat pipes are used as cooling devices for electronic parts in machines that emit a large amount of heat, which can damage the devices. The heat pipes used in this investigation are loop heat pipes. These pipes can transport heat over a long distance and operate against gravity. The working fluid used in this investigation is nanofluid. Nanofluid is one of the types of working fluid that is considered to have better thermal performance than conventional fluids. Nanofluid is made of nanoparticles with base-fluid. This investigation studies the thermal performance of loop heat pipes using different types of nanofluids. Nanofluid fluids used in this study are diamond nanofluid, aluminium oxide nanofluid and silica oxide nanofluid. The effect of mass concentration of nanoparticles in the base-fluid is also studied. The results showed that as the mass concentration of nanofluids increased, the thermal resistance for diamond nanofluid and aluminium oxide nanofluid decreased, but the opposite occurred for silica oxide nanofluid but still better results than pure water. This shows that diamond and aluminium oxide nanofluids shows better thermal conductivity as it has lower total thermal resistance and reducing rate compared to other nanofluids. Diamond nanofluid also had higher heat capacity than aluminium oxide nanofluid as it had a lower vapour line temperature reading.
CiteMLA
Muhammad Arif, Harun, et al. "Experimental Investigations of Loop Heat Pipe Performance with Nanofluids." Journal of Advanced Research Design 52.1 (2019): 13-27.
APA
Muhammad Arif, H., Prem, G., & Nor Azwadi, C. S.(2019). Experimental Investigations of Loop Heat Pipe Performance with Nanofluids. Journal of Advanced Research Design, 52(1), 13-27.
Chicago
Muhammad Arif Harun, Prem Gunnasegaran, and Nor Azwadi Che Sidik."Experimental Investigations of Loop Heat Pipe Performance with Nanofluids." Journal of Advanced Research Design." 52, no. 1 (2019): 13-27.
Harvard
Muhammad Arif, H., Prem, G., and Nor Azwadi, C.S.,2019. Experimental Investigations of Loop Heat Pipe Performance with Nanofluids. Journal of Advanced Research Design 52(1), pp. 13-27.
Vancouver
Muhammad Arif H, Prem G, Nor Azwadi CS. Experimental Investigations of Loop Heat Pipe Performance with Nanofluids. Journal of Advanced Research Design. 2019;52(1): 13-27.

Volume 53, No. 1 (February, 2019)
Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model
Masjuraizi Che Soh, Shafaatunnur Hasan, Siti Mariyam Shamsuddin, Azizah Abdul Rahman
Page 1 – 14
AbstractThe Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) is often used in studies related to the application of technology in community. In the context of shipbuilding planning system, the relation between perceived usefulness and perceived ease of use towards the intention to use from a user’s perspective was studied. Dynamical Resources Planning System (DRPS) is a new approach for shipbuilding production planning strategy that was developed from the zone construction methodology. In this study, the user acceptance of DRPS implementation was tested by using TAM approach among 71 employees who were directly involved with the system via survey questionnaire. Data were analyzed by using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). Regression analysis showed that all hypotheses had a significant effect, supported with p<0.05, which concluded that TAM is the best model to validate the user acceptance of DRPS implementation in a shipyard. In conclusion, the employees can accept the existence of this system and a high acceptance level is a significant sign in explaining the effectiveness of a new planning system adopted in a shipyard.
CiteMLA
Masjuraizi, Che Soh, et al. "Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model." Journal of Advanced Research Design 53.1 (2019): 1-14.
APA
Masjuraizi, C. S., Shafaatunnur, H., Siti Mariyam, S., & Azizah, A. R.(2019). Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Advanced Research Design, 53(1), 1-14.
Chicago
Masjuraizi Che Soh, Shafaatunnur Hasan, Siti Mariyam Shamsuddin, and Azizah Abdul Rahman." Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model." Journal of Advanced Research Design." 53, no. 1 (2019): 1-14.
Harvard
Masjuraizi, C.S., Shafaatunnur, H., Siti Mariyam, S., Azizah, A.R.,2019. Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Advanced Research Design 53(1), pp. 1-14.
Vancouver
Masjuraizi CS, Shafaatunnur H, Siti Mariyam S, Azizah AR. Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Advanced Research Design. 2019;53(1): 1-14.

University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia
Mona Fairuz Ramli
Page 15 - 24

AbstractGlobalization has created countless opportunities and challenges for Malaysian Higher Education Institutions. The internationalisation of higher education is one of the foremost encounters faced by universities in an era of globalization. As a result, the increasing number of international student’s studying abroad at non-Western and non-native English speaking settings have changed the scene at higher education institutions particularly in the Asian region. To further understand this, this article offers insight to the important role of destination as a choice for international graduate students who are currently enrolled at a Malaysian University. Therefore, this current study aims to understand the factors which are most crucial in influencing an international student’s decision on their study destination in the Asian region or particularly in Malaysia. The qualitative research method was employed in this study in order to understand the phenomena in multiple realities. Semi-structured, face-to-face, and in depth interviews were conducted with 64 international students who are enrolled in postgraduate studies at focus universities, in different courses and programmes. Cluster and purposive sampling methods were employed for sample selection and the content analysis technique was utilized to analyse the data. Findings from the semi-structured interviews significantly reveal that the pull factors influencing international students’ university choices were: university image, culture, perceived teaching quality and recommendations. Understanding the significance of such criteria in a students’ destination choice has important implications to the Malaysian government in developing a strategy to enhance the quality of education in order to remain competitive in the global market for international education.
CiteMLA
Mona Fairuz, Ramli. "University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia." Journal of Advanced Research Design 53.1 (2019): 15-24.
APA
Mona Fairuz, R.(2019). University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Research Design, 53(1), 15-24.
Chicago
Mona Fairuz Ramli."University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia." Journal of Advanced Research Design." 53, no. 1 (2019): 15-24.
Harvard
Mona Fairuz, R.,2019. University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Research Design 53(1), pp. 15-24.
Vancouver
Mona Fairuz R. University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Research Design. 2019;53(1): 15-24.

Volume 54, No. 1 (March, 2019)
In-Silico Modeling of Pattern Recognition Receptor EFR and Molecular Interaction with Pathogen Associated Molecular Pattern elf18
Shivaranjini Gunasekaran, Amirah Fathin, Salehhuddin Hamdan
Page 1 – 12
AbstractPlants depend entirely on pattern-triggered immunity (PTI) system to protect them from various pathogenic bacteria. It is activated by pathogen-associated molecular pattern (PAMP) of the host plant by pattern recognition receptor (PRR) with co-receptor. Elongation Factor Receptor (EFR) is one of the PRR used to protect against Brassica species disease. Although research on transgenic approach have been carried out to analyze the EFR protein, but the full ectodomain interactions of EFR with PAMP elf18 protein and co-receptor Brassinosteroid Insensitive 1-associated receptor kinase (BAK1) through in-silico has not been accomplished yet. The purpose of this study was to determine the interaction of EFR protein with elf18 protein through in-silico analysis. In this study, PRR EFR and PAMP elf18 was constructed by homology modeling using HHpred Modeler, followed by docking and molecular dynamics (MD) simulations of EFR and elf18 protein using Z-Dock and GROMACS 5.0.4 respectively. Modelling results showed that multiple template modeling (MTM) generated best models compared to single template modeling (STM) due to their best quality of the protein structure obtained by HHpred Modeler generate best-validation results of 71.123 ERRAT, 95.67% Verify3D and 92.8% in favoured region of the Ramachandran Plot. Docking results showed that the complex interaction of BAK1 and elf18 binds at leucine-rich-repeat (LRR) EFR (LRR 1-8 and LRR 12-14). After 50ns MD Simulation, the results showed that the docked complexes have significant reduction of H-bonds. For EFR-elf18-BAK1 (normal) complex, 20 hydrogen bonds were sustained compared to EFR-elf18-BAK1 (mutated) complex that only sustained 16 hydrogen bonds, proved that the mutated protein have less interaction after simulation. This study may contribute significantly towards understanding the early event of Pattern Triggered Immunity mechanism of EFR-elf18-BAK1 protein complex.
CiteMLA
Masjuraizi, Che Soh, et al. "Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model." Journal of Advanced Research Design 53.1 (2019): 1-14.
APA
Masjuraizi, C. S., Shafaatunnur, H., Siti Mariyam, S., & Azizah, A. R.(2019). Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Advanced Research Design, 53(1), 1-14.
Chicago
Masjuraizi Che Soh, Shafaatunnur Hasan, Siti Mariyam Shamsuddin, and Azizah Abdul Rahman." Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model." Journal of Advanced Research Design." 53, no. 1 (2019): 1-14.
Harvard
Masjuraizi, C.S., Shafaatunnur, H., Siti Mariyam, S., Azizah, A.R.,2019. Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Advanced Research Design 53(1), pp. 1-14.
Vancouver
Masjuraizi CS, Shafaatunnur H, Siti Mariyam S, Azizah AR. Acceptance Analysis of Shipbuilding Dynamical Resources Planning System by Using Technology Acceptance Model. Journal of Advanced Research Design. 2019;53(1): 1-14.

Hydrothermal Performance in a New Designed Hybrid Microchannel Heat Sink with Optimum Secondary Channel Geometry Parameter: Numerical and Experimental Studies
Wan Mohd. Arif Aziz Japar, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, M'hamed Beriache
Page 13 - 27

AbstractMiniaturization and utilization of low-dimensional structures of recent electronic devices have witnessed some new micro cooling methods which can fulfil the cooling demand for the electronic devices. Microchannel heat sink (MCHS) is one of the micro cooling method which appears as a promising method that can provide high heat transfer rate due to small hydraulic diameter. Furthermore, microchannel heat sink is easy to fabricate compare to other micro cooling methods. Due to fast development in electronic industry, hybrid microchannel heat sink with optimal design has received a great deal of attention in order to provide high heat transfer performance with acceptable pressure drop. However, most of the acceptable pressure drop has required high pumping power due high friction factor at high Reynold number in a proposed hybrid design. Therefore, the aim of this article to propose a new hybrid microchannel heat sink which can obtain the high heat transfer performance with minimal friction factor at low Reynold number by introducing optimum secondary channel geometry parameter in cavities-ribs microchannel heat sink. In this study, comparative analysis was conducted between proposed hybrid design with other related designs. Besides that, optimization of secondary channel geometry was conducted in order to achieve high heat transfer rate at low Reynold number. The comparative analysis revealed that secondary channel that connected between adjacent main channel increased the degree of flow mixing which contributed to the enhancement of heat transfer performance. Besides that, proposed hybrid design with optimum geometry parameter of secondary channel achieved the high overall performance at low Reynold number.
CiteMLA
Mona Fairuz, Ramli. "University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia." Journal of Advanced Research Design 53.1 (2019): 15-24.
APA
Mona Fairuz, R.(2019). University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Research Design, 53(1), 15-24.
Chicago
Mona Fairuz Ramli."University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia." Journal of Advanced Research Design." 53, no. 1 (2019): 15-24.
Harvard
Mona Fairuz, R.,2019. University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Research Design 53(1), pp. 15-24.
Vancouver
Mona Fairuz R. University Image, Culture, Perceived Teaching Quality and Recommendation as Predictors that Contribute to International Students’ Choice for Place of Study: Focus Universities in Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Research Design. 2019;53(1): 15-24.

Volume 56, No. 1 (May, 2019)
Distracted driving while doing mobile phone conversation: A driving simulator study
Mohd Firdaus Mohd Siam, Ahmad Azad Ab. Rashid, Nurulhana Borhan, Mohd Khairul Alhapiz Ibrahim
Page 1 – 9

Hydrodynamic modelling of a sea-crossing bridge in Maldives
Hassan Shiraz, M. H. Jamal
Page 10 – 25

Volume 57, No. 1 (June, 2019)
Analisis Sosiosemiotik Terhadap Konsepsi Lambang Flora dalam Pantun Nasihat
A Socio-Semiotic Analysis of The Concept of The Flora Symbols In Pantun Nasihat
Khairulanwar Abdul Ghani, Noriah Mohamed
Page 1 – 20

Relationship between Moisture Content and Dielectric Values of Concrete using Ground Penetrating Radar Method
Hassan Shiraz, M. H. Jamal
Page 21 – 33

Volume 58, No. 1 (July, 2019)
Prevalence of Treatment Adherence among Attendance at Hemodialysis in Makkah
Ghanim Hamid Al-Khattabi
Page 1 – 11

Six-Fold D-shaped Surface Plasmon Resonance based Photonic Crystal Fibre Sensor
Abdosllam M. Abobaker, Suoda Chu, K. Nakkeeran, Sumeet S. Aphale, P. Ramesh Babu, K. Senthilnathan
Page 12 – 17

Volume 59, No. 1 (August, 2019)
The Significant Effect of Graphene on Inorganic Salt Hydrated Phase Change Material Thermal Physical Enhancement
Ahmad Tajuddin Mohamad, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Mohammed Raad Abdulwahab
Page 1 – 10

On the Application of Nanofluid in Minichannel for Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Analysis
Nura Mu’az Muhammad, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Dendy Adanta
Page 11 – 38

Volume 60, No. 1 (September, 2019)
Cellulose Nanocrystals: A Brief Review on Properties and General Applications
Siti Aisyah Razali, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik, Hasan Koten
Page 1 – 15

Numerical Study Model for Solidification and Melting of Nano-enhanced Phase Change Material by Enthalpy Porosity Method
Mohd Irwan Mohd Azmi, Nor Azwadi Che Sidik
Page 16 – 28

Volume 61, No. 1 (October, 2019)
Implementation of 5s in Small and Medium Enterprises (SME)
Mohd Adzrie, F. O. Chai, K. Elcy, R. M. Joselyn, Na Mohd-Lair, M.A. Madlan
Page 1 – 18

Trust in Government and Perceptions of Tax Compliance among Adolescents
Syatila Che Saruji, Raihana Mohdali, Nik Nadzirah Nik Mohamed
Page 19 – 29

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