Dr. Mohammad Fadhli Ahmad

Dr. Mohammad Fadhli Ahmad

Associate Professor
Univerity Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Coastal Engineering from University of Dundee, UK

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Biography

Dr. Mohammad Fadhli Ahmad is currently working as Lecturer and Programme Coordinator at School of Ocean Engineering, University Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia. He has completed his Coastal Engineering from Dundee University, Scotland, United Kingdom. His main area of interest related to Physical Science Engineering. His area of expertise includes Hydrodynamic modeling, Sediment transport model, Sand and mud mixtures, Tidal, Wave, Currents, Critical shear stress, Suspension load, Coastal structure, Coastal structure and Fluid interaction, Fluid and sediment transport interaction, Break water, Erosion, Siltation, Accreation, Bed load, Groyne, Hydrodynamic numerical modeling, Numerical scheme in shallow water, Shallow water equation, Navier Stoke equation, Sandy beach, Muddy beach, Sediment particle velocity, Cohesive sediment transport, Non-cohesive sediment transport, MIKE 21 software, Flow 3D software, Shoreline changes, Bathymetry evolution, Crosshore sediment transport, and Longshore sediment transport. He has published 19 research articles in journals and 29 papers in conferences contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Hydrodynamic Modelling
62%
Coastal Structure
90%
Cohesive Sediment Transport
75%
Ocean Engineering
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Tofany, N., M.F. Ahmad, A. Kartono, M. Mamat and M.L. Husain, 2014. Numerical modelling of the hydrodynamics of standing wave and scouring in front of impermeable breakwaters with different steepnesses. Ocean Eng. J., 88: 255-270.
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  2. Subiyanto, M. Mamat, M.F. Ahmad and N.M.M. Noor, 2014. Non-dimensional system for analysis equilibrium point mathematical model of tumor growth. Appl. Math. Sci., 8: 91-98.
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  3. Ahmad, M.F., Subiyanto, R. Yaacob, M. Mamat, A.M. Muslim and M.L. Husain, 2014. Coastline changes in vicinity of runway platform of Sultan Mahmud Airport, Kuala Terengganu: comparative analysis of one-line model versus satellite data. J. Appl. Sci., 14: 2234-2245.
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  4. Ahmad, A., A.R. MatAmin, F. Ahmad, M. Mamat and K. Abdullah, 2014. Euphotic depth zone variation in Peninsular Malaysia maritime. Appl. Math. Sci., 8: 3375-3383.
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  5. Subiyanto, M.F. Ahmad, M. Mamat and M.L. Husain, 2013. Comparison of numerical method for forward and backward time centered space for long - term simulation of shoreline evolution. Appl. Math. Sci., 7: 5165-5173.
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  6. Nik, W.B.W., F. Zulkifli, M.F. Ahmad, O. Sulaiman and M.M. Rahman, 2013. Performance evaluation of hydraulic field test rig. Procedia Eng., 68: 613-618.
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  7. Ahmad, M.F., M. Mamat, W.B.W. Nik and A. Kartono, 2013. Numerical method for dam break problem by using Godunov approach. Appl. Math. Comput. Intel., 2: 95-107.
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  8. MatAmin, A.R., F. Ahmad, M. Mamat, M. Rivaie and K. Abdullah, 2012. Sediment variation along the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Ecol. Questions, 16: 99-107.
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  9. Mamat, M., Z. Salleh, W.S.M. Sanjaya, N.M.M. Noor and M.F. Ahmad, 2012. Numerical simulation of unidirectional chaotic synchronization of non-autonomous circuit and its application for secure communication. Adv. Stud. Theor. Phys., 6: 497-509.
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  10. Kartono, A., N. Tofany, M.F. Ahmad, M. Mamat and M.L. Husain, 2012. Applications of Crank-Nicolson method with ADI in laser transformation hardening. Heat Mass Transfer, 48: 2041-2057.
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  11. Sulaiman, O., A.H. Saharuddin, W.B. Wan Nik and M.F. Ahmad, 2011. Techno economic study of potential using solar energy as a supporting power supply for diesel engine for landing craft. Int. J. Bus. Social Sci., 2: 113-119.
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  12. Muzathik, A.M., W.B.W. Nik, M.F. Ahmad, M.Z. Ibrahim, A.H. Sharuddin and K.B. Samo, 2011. Ocean wave properties of Terengganu for renewable energy potential. J. Applied Sci., 11: 1895-1903.
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  13. Mamat, M., W.S.M. Sanjaya, Z. Salleh and M.F. Ahmad, 2011. Numerical simulation dynamical model of three-species food chain with lotka-volterra linear functional response. J. Sustainabil. Sci. Manage., 6: 44-50.
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  14. Ahmad, M.F., P. Dong, M. Mamat, W.B. Wan Nik and M.H. Mohd, 2011. The critical shear stresses for sand and mud mixture. J. Applied Math. Sci., 5: 53-71.
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  15. Ahmad, M.F., M. Mamat, S. Rizki, I. Mohd, K.B. Samo and A.M. Muzathik, 2011. Long-term simulation of cross shore sediment transport of submerged mudbank induced by tidal current: A parametric study. World Applied Sci. J., 12: 783-791.
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  16. Ahmad, M.F., M. Mamat, S. Rizki, I. Mohd and I. Abdullah, 2011. The development of numerical method for shock waves and wave propagation on irregular bathymetry. Appl. Math. Sci., 5: 293-308.
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  17. Wan, M.N.C., A.M. Muzathik, M.F. Ahmad, W.M.N. Wan Nik, K.B. Samo and R. Balaji, 2010. Prediction of manoeuvring behaviour of an offshore supply vessel by using simulation program. Proceedings of the International Conference on Marine Technology, December 11-12, 2010, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp: 227-232.
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  18. Ahmad, M.F., M. Mamat and M.Y.M. Kamil, 2010. An application of Godunov approach associated with HLL Riemann solver and Total Variation Diminishing (TVD) Weighted Average Flux (WAF) to test the hydrodynamic for the 1-D dam break case. Far East J. Mathe. Sci., 43: 95-114.
  19. Giap, S.G.E., W.B. Wan Nik, M.F. Ahmad and A. Amran, 2009. The assessment of rheological model reliability of lubricating behaviour of vegetable oils. Eng. E-Trans., 4: 81-89.
  20. Ahmad, M.F. and P. Dong, 2009. Tidally induced cross-shore sand-mud transport and long-term bed-profile evolution. J. Sustainabil. Sci. Manage., 4: 125-140.
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