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I have developed a wide range programming software such asMATLAB (without toolbox), Fortran, basically to solve mathematical equation such as ODE and PDE and Related to CFD. At the same time, EXCEL (no macro) is my second loved platform. I have developed numerous excel file for my own use especially to ease my work as a lecturer for different kind of mathematical and physical problem. With just few change of data, i can solve questions very fast. I also using WEEBLY (Free web based program) and also was web ADMIN for few site using JOOMLA 1.5 and 3.0. As a lecturer, i am familiar with EDMODO and MOODLE and as ex-mechanical engineer, AUTOCAD is just my field. And now, my interest increased and know i play with ARDUINO and CNC which keep me fired up.
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Nov 2008

-Teaching FLUIDS, CFD, Heat Transfer, NUMerical Methods(Using Moodle and Edmodo) - Research in CFD, Finite Different Methods (using MATLAB) - CNC and ARDUINO related project. - DAQ specialist - Admin for two site using JOOMLA

Mechanical Engineer

May 2007 - Nov 2007 (6 months)

Appointed as AirCONDITIONING SPECIALIST UNIT, Design Mechanical building and services, monitor mechanical services in government buildings, etc.

Production Engineer

Sep 2006 - May 2007 (8 months)

Appointed at CNC department, new product machining process, design automatic fixtures.


Master of Engineering (M.Eng)-Mechanical

2008 - 2010 (2 years)

Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (B.Eng)

2001 - 2006 (5 years)


AutoCAD 2010 Proffesional Certificate (2010)

AUTOCAD- Prestariang(Malaysia)

Certified AUTOCAD user and eligible trainer for Autocad 2010



lid driven cavity flow inside semi-ellipse shallow cavity was simulated using stream function vorticity approach emphasizing non-uniform grid method

Finite Difference and Cubic Interpolated Profile Lattice Boltzmann Method for Prediction of Two-Dimensional Lid-Driven Shallow Cavity Flow

In this paper, two-dimensional lid-driven cavity flow phenomena at steady state were simulated using two different scales of numerical method: the finite difference solution to the Navier–Stokes equation and the cubic interpolated pseudo-particle lattice Boltzmann method. The aspect ratio of cavity was set at 1, 2/3, 1/2 and 1/3 and the Reynolds number of 100, 400 and 1,000 for every simulation condition. The results were presented in terms of the location of the center of main vortex, the streamline plots