Meor Ahmad

Meor Iqram joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Sheffield in May 2015 as a PhD student. He was awarded a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (Mechanical Engineering) from The National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 2013. In 2014, he received fellowship scheme for further studying in PhD level and his main business interest is on the mathematical modelling for structural integrity including creep as a driving force of his study...


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Department of Mechanical Engineering

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esearch Interests

His specific research areas of interest include computational and experimental analysis of structural integrity including creep on the mechanical components in the aerospace application


- BSc Dissertation: “Design and Fabrication of Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) Based On Self-Healing Fibre Reinforced Composite (FRC)”. The National University of Malaysia, 2013.

onference Papers

(1) Ahmad, M. I. M., Ariffin, A., Abdullah, S. & Jusoh, W. Z. W. 2015. Detection of Cracked Position Due to Cyclic Loading for Ferromagnetic Materials Based on Magnetic Memory Method. Journal Technology (Science and Engineering) - Special Issue


(2) R. Alebrahim, M. Iqram, M. Farizal, S.S.K. Singh, S.M. Haris, A.K Elwaleed, and N. Nikabdullah. 2014. Control of Crack Propagation in Composite Fiberglass-Polyester Laminates Using Nitinol Wire. Applied Mechanics and Materials, Trans Tech Publications, Vol. 663 pp 108-112, Switzerland


(3) M.I.M Ahmad, A. Ariffin, S. Abdullah, W.Z.W. Jusoh, S.S.K Singh. Fatigue Crack Effect on Magnetic Flux Leakage For A283 Grade C Steel. Steel and Composite Structures, An International Journal

(Publish in December 2015)