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metadata.fyp.dc.title: WATER ABSORPTION EFFECT INTO MATERIAL ON 3 TYPES DIFFERENT LOCATION (CORROSION)
metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*: MUHAMMAD AIMAN AFIQ BIN AZAMI
MUHAMMAD AMIRUL NABIL BIN R.AZMI
MOHAMAD AMIR SYAHIRAN BIN MOHAMAD SAUDI
metadata.fyp.dc.date.issued: 25-Oct-2018
metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract: The project title for this year is regarding the ‘Water Absorption Effect on 3 Type Different Locations’, this project is a research type conducting by Diploma student. Water absorption effect is about to study the Anti-Fouling paint which is provide by the Bina Paint Company. The paint is test on 2 types of different materials such as the Steel and Aluminum which are consist of 6 plates each. The problem statements for this project is to determine that the paint can comply the characteristic needed in Marine Industry and avoid corrosion. The effects observe in this research are the differences of physical condition such as Corrosion, Algae and Fouling growth on the surface of materials including the decreases of the material thickness. The method used is tie the materials together with the plastic racks build of mineral plastic bottle (5.5 Liter), the painted plates of Steel and Aluminum consist of 2 layers each, the racks are tied to the blocks of stones to act as anchor plus, the materials are put in 30 degree positions. Next, the specimens are put into the sea water which is at the lowest sea water level in every locations. This is because, the research wanted the specimens are 24-hours cover by water. The design of plastic racks is the most convenient due to the low cost, easy to construct and do not affect the research results. The final result that finalize from this paint which is the Anti-Fouling paint type show the Negative results on the 3 locations in 5 weeks of research duration.
metadata.fyp.dc.identifier.uri: http://ir.unikl.edu.my/jspui/handle/123456789/20415
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