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Sample - Nabilah's E-portfolio

  1. 1. Welcome to my e-Portfolio…My name is Nabilah Binti Mohamad Hafizuddin. Originally from Selangor,Malaysia. I am a student in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering atUniversiti Teknologi Malaysia. My main field is Mechanical Aeronautics.Besides, I am especially interested in Japanese Language. I had takenJapanese Language class level 1 and 2 since I was in 2nd year in UTM. Ialso took the Japanese Language Proficiency Test level 4 (JLPT4)administered by Japan Educational Exchanges and Services to improvemy Japanese Language skill. I hope it can help me as an advantage to usein wide variety of careers in future. As for my family, I have 6 siblings and Iam the youngest. My hobby is swimming, playing badminton, travelling,watching Japanese drama and anime. I really enjoy eating spaghetti,pizza, macaroni and sushi. My life philosophy is“Whatever You Do, Do The Best, Otherwise Don’t Bother.”
  2. 2.  DEGREE++ PROGRAMME FUTSAL PIALA DATIN ZURAIDAH JAPANESE LANGUAGE COURSE PKK PROGRAMME AERO CLUB PROGRAMME ROBOCON SAE PROGRAMME SUKAM
  3. 3.  BIRTH CERTIFICATE SPM CERTIFICATE MATRICULATION CERTIFICATE MUET
  4. 4. Home Address:No. 65, Batu 6, Sg. Lias, 45300, Sg. Besar, Selangor.Phone No:013-6036504E-mail:nabilahmhafizuddin@gmail.comnabilahmh@yahoo.com
  5. 5. IntroductionHistoryDestinationsLocationsOrganization StructureFacilitiesHangarWheel Workshop
  6. 6. Air Asia Berhad is a low-cost airline based in Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia. It operates scheduled domestic and international flights and isAsias largest low fare, no frills airline. Air Asia pioneered low costtravelling in Asia. It is also the first airline in the region to implement fullyticketless travel and unassigned seats. As of 5 February 2009, Air Asia hasfinally implemented allocated seats across all Air Asia flights, including intheir sister airlines, Indonesia Air Asia and Thai Air Asia. Its main base isthe Low Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT) at Kuala Lumpur International Airport(KLIA). Its affiliate airlines Thai Air Asia and Indonesia Air Asia fly fromSuvarnabhumi Airport, Thailand and Soekarno-Hatta International Airport,Indonesia respectively. The Technical Headquarters of AirAsia is located at: AirAsia Berhad, LCC Terminal, Jalan KLIA S3, Southern Support Zone, KL International Airport, 64000 KLIA Sepang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Tel No : 603-8660 4333 Fax No : 603-8775 1932 (Engineering)
  7. 7. December 1993 – AirAsia Sdn Bhd was incorporatedNovember 1996 – AirAsia received its first B737 -300September 2001 DRB – HICOM entered into a Sale and Purchace shareholding with TUNE AIR Sdn Bhd2003 - AirAsia opened a second hub at Senai Airport, Johor Bahru. - Launced its first International flight to Bangkok, Singapore and Indonesia.June 2004 - Started flight to Macau.April 2005 - Started flight to Mainland China ( Xiamen) and Philippines ( Manila ).March 2006 - A new budget terminal opened
  8. 8. Air Asia operates over 200 flights a day, to over 75 domestic andinternational routes covering Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore,Brunei, Myanmar, the Peoples Republic of China, Vietnam, Laos,Cambodia, Australia, United Kingdom, India, Taiwan and the Philippines.In 2007, 19 new routes had been introduced over the Air Asia widenetwork. These include routes from Kuala Lumpur to Gold Coast (Via AirAsia X), Vientiane, and Banda Aceh; and the connection of SouthernChina (Macau and Shenzhen) with different Malaysian hubs and Bangkok.In 2008, new routes were introduced which included destinations in Indiaand China.
  9. 9. From NilaiFrom KL Air Asia Bhd. Mezzanine Floor
  10. 10. GROUP CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Mr Tony Fernandes DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING Mr Azhari Dahlan QUALITY ASSURANCE MANAGER MAINTENANCE MANAGER Mr Mohd Yusoffi Abu Bakar Mr Aaron Johnson Yip MATERIALS MANAGER PLANNING/TECHNICAL RECORDS (PROCUREMENT & EFFICIENCY) - Mr MANAGER - Mr Abdullah Noordin Aziz Yunus CONTRACT & WARRANTY MANAGER PROJECTS MANAGER Mr Dennis Yap Tsong Hsih Mr Anthony Tang TECHNICAL SERVICES MANAGER Mr Nadzri Hashim Avionics Section Drawing Section Management InformationPower Plant Section System Section Modification Section Structure Section Performance Section Flight Data Section Reliability Section Technical Publication Section System & Interior Section Technical Manual Unit Flight Operation Manual Unit
  11. 11. The main store is located in a double storey shop lot at Salak Tinggi. Itconsists of the quarantine store, bonded store, dope store, and a bulkbonded store and occupies the ground floor of three shop lots with a totalspace of approximately 420 m2.
  12. 12. AirAsia hangar facility is located at Taxiway Charlie, KLIA. It can house a B737 or A320aircraft fully in. Its floor plan is 2300 m2.
  13. 13. AirAsia Wheel Workshop facility is located at Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi. Its layout isabout 90 m2. It is secures with iron grill and security alarm (RESCOM).
  14. 14. Technical Services:•Power Plant Section •Presentation on Flexible Takeoff (analyzed the relationship between aircraft gross weight and runway length of 14 Airports in Malaysia.) •Able to read and interpreted Service Bulletin on Engine Fuel and Control-Hydro Mechanical Unit. •Able to understand Take-Off Chart.•Interior and System Section •Experienced in using the AMOS AirAsia Production Database Software (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul Software). •Able to understand Airworthiness Directive. •Experienced in preparing Engineering Instruction on Fire Protection – Inspect and Clean the Flow Metering System and Plumbing. •Review ETOPS (Extended-Range Twin Engine Operation Performance Standard) •Involved in the Unscheduled Removal analysis of Electric Motor Pump on 9M-AFD.Technical Publication: •Able to read and updated FCOM vol 1-4 (System Description, Flight Preparation, Flight Operation, FMGS Pilot’s Guide). •Provide technical document onboard as required by aviation authority. •Prepared technical documents to distribute to necessary recipient.
  15. 15. Checked every part listing of high-pressure compressor (HPC) 4-9 spools from Air AsiaBerhad and verify if any match of part number (P/N) and serial number (S/N) with the listin Airworthiness Directive (AD) from FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) issued inBurlington, Massachusetts on May 13, 2009. If it matches, the engine parts need to removefrom the specific aircraft and report it into the Technical Document Evaluation (TDE) form.This is to prevent cracking of the HPC 4-9 spool, which could result in possibleuncontained failure of the spool and damage to the airplane. Calculated the average Flex Takeoff ( flexible takeoff) of about 39 airplanes of MalaysiaAirAsia which also noted as 9M, 9 airplanes of Thailand Air Asia (HS) and 6 airplanes ofIndonesia AirAsia (PK) that been used by pilots from January 2009 until May 2009. Thebenefit of using flex takeoff thrust is that it save the engine life by reduces the engine stressand thus it can reduce maintenance cost.FLEX TAKEOFF PRESENTATION
  16. 16. SlidesWordPdf
  17. 17. Nabilah Binti Mohamad Hafizuddin Career ObjectiveSeeking a full-time position in any related industry for fresh Mechanical Engineering(Aeronautics) graduate. Contact DetailsAddress : No.65, Batu 6, Sungai Lias, 45300, Sungai Besar, Selangor, Malaysia.Mobile No. : +60136036504Email : nabilahmhafizuddin@gmail.com Personal ParticularsAge : 24 yearsDate of Birth : 30 January 1986Nationality : MalaysiaGender : FemaleMarital Status : SingleIC No. : 860130105506Permanent Residence : Malaysia
  18. 18. QualificationQualification : Bachelors Degree with HonoursField of Study : Engineering (Mechanical-Aeronautics)Institute/University : Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, MalaysiaCGPA : 2.73/4.00Graduation Date : May 2010Qualification : MatriculationField of Study : Science (Physical)Institute/University : Pusat Asasi Sains Universiti Malaya (PASUM), Kuala LumpurCGPA : 3.67/4.00Graduation Date : 2005Qualification : Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM)Field of Study : ScienceSchool/Institute : Maktab Rendah Sains Mara (MRSM) Taiping, Perak, MalaysiaResult : 3 A1 5 A2 2 B3Year Taken : 2003Qualifacion : Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR)Field of Study : ScienceSchool/Institute : Maktab Rendah Sains Mara (MRSM) Kuala KlawangResult : 8AYear Taken : 2001
  19. 19. Skills(Proficiency: Advanced - Highly experienced; Intermediate - Familiar with all the basicfunctionalities; Beginner - Just started using or learning the skill) Skill Years Proficiency Microsoft Office 10 Advance AutoCAD 3 Intermediate MatLab 3 Intermediate SolidWork 3 Intermediate Fluent 6.3 software 1 Beginner Nastran 1 BeginnerLanguages(Proficiency: 0=Poor - 10=Excellent) Language Spoken Written Bahasa Malaysia 10 10 English 7 7 Japanese 4 4
  20. 20. Industrial TrainingTrainee, Engineering Technical Services Department, AirAsia Berhad, LCC Terminal Sepang.May 2009 - July 2009Work Description:*Assisted engineers in Technical Publication Engineering Department to manage in administeringand updating the technical publication documents issued by the department and externalorganization such as the aviation authorities, manufacturers, and suppliers.*Assisted engineers in Technical Services Department for providing technical support for theaircraft operation and maintenance.Project Description:* Checked every part listing of high-pressure compressor (HPC) 4-9 spools from Air Asia Berhadand verify if any match of part number (P/N) and serial number (S/N) with the list inAirworthiness Directive (AD) from FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) issued in Burlington,Massachusetts on May 13, 2009. If it matches, the engine parts need to remove from the specificaircraft and report it into the Technical Document Evaluation (TDE) form. This is to preventcracking of the HPC 4-9 spool, which could result in possible uncontained failure of the spooland damage to the airplane.* Calculated the average Flex Takeoff ( flexible takeoff) of about 39 airplanes of MalaysiaAirAsia which also noted as 9M, 9 airplanes of Thailand Air Asia (HS) and 6 airplanes ofIndonesia AirAsia (PK) that been used by pilots from January 2009 until May 2009. The benefitof using flex takeoff thrust is that it save the engine life by reduces the engine stress and thus itcan reduce maintenance cost.
  21. 21. Academic ProjectsProject 1: Research on development of a glove for Tremor for final year degree project*Description:Designed a glove that can reduce the vibration on Tremor (Parkinson) patient’s hand. Apiezoelectric actuator was used on the glove in order to control the vibration on the hand byproducing a counteract vibration to the hand’s vibration. The electronic equipment for the gloveis accelerometer where it is to measure acceleration on hand. By experiments, model of fake handwill be vibrating by electric motor and reading from the accelerometer and micro sensor will beconverting into ‘labview” program to get the difference between acceleration and displacement ofthe hand. The data will be interpreted by using MatLab when the hands were applied withpiezoelectric.Project 2: Design UAV for aircraft design subject*Description:This design project was done step by step in class designing proses. This project start fromconceptual design until analyzing the design. The process involving a parametric study,estimating the weight, component weight estimation, aerodynamic calculation, center of gravitycalculation, wing design, propulsion calculation, performance calculation and frame and structuredesign. The design process was done in 1 year.
  22. 22. Training / Seminar Attended During The University PeriodTRAINING / SEMINARS ATTENDED DURING THE UNIVERSITY PERIOD:1. Degree++ Programme – ISO 9001:2008 Internal Audit Course Date : 27th – 28th February 2010 Vanue : CICT, UTM, Skudai Johor, Malaysia2. Degree++ Programme – ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System Requirement Date : 16th -17th January 2010 Vanue : CICT, UTM, Skudai, Johor, Malaysia3. Degree++ Programme – How to Get Yourself Employed Date : 19th – 20th July 2008 Vanue : Seminar Hall, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, UTM4. Introduction to Flight Simulation Programme Date : 25th March 2009 Vanue : Computer Lab, Faculty of Mechanical Enineering, UTM5. Air Experience Flight For Introductory Flight on CESSNA 172 Date : 3rd – 4th May 2009 Vanue : Elite Flying Club, Senai, Johor6. ‘Campus Survival’ Workshop Date : 7th February 2009 Vanue : DK1 L50, UTM, Skudai7. SAE UTM ‘Our Car Our Future’ Seminar Date : 16th September 2007 Vanue : Rumah Alumni, UTM, Skudai
  23. 23. Extra Curricular Activities2009 - Deputy Director of Air Experience Flight For Introductory Flight on CESSNA 172 Program on 3rd-4th May 2009 at ELITE FLYING CLUB, Senai, Johor. - Member of IEM (THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, MALAYSIA)2008 - Treasurer UTM ROBOCON 2007/2008. - 2nd RUNNER-UP ‘Govinda’ ROBOCON MALAYSIA ROBOT CONTEST 2008 on 30th March 2008 at UKM, Bangi. - 1st RUNNER-UP Women Hockey representing 9th College in ‘Kejohanan Sukan Antara Kolej Mahasiswa’ SUKAM XVI 2008 - Member of IEM (THE INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, MALAYSIA) - Member of SAE-UTM (SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS)2007 - Treasurer UTM ROBOCON 2006/2007. - CHAMPION in ‘Ha Long Bay Discovery’ ROBOCON MALAYSIA ROBOT CONTEST 2007 on 29th May 2007 at UKM, Bangi. - 2nd RUNNER-UP representing Malaysia in the 6th ABU ASIA-PASIFIC ROBOT CONTEST 2007 VIETNAM on 26th August 2007 at Quan Ngua Sports Palace Hanoi, Vietnam. - MABUCHI MOTOR AWARD representing Malaysia in the 6th ABU ASIA-PASIFIC ROBOT CONTEST 2007 VIETNAM on 26th August 2007 at Quan Ngua Sports Palace Hanoi, Vietnam. - 2nd RUNNER-UP Women Hockey representing 9th College in ‘Kejohanan Sukan Antara Kolej Mahasiswa’ SUKAM XV 2007
  24. 24. Job PreferencesExpected Monthly Salary : NegotiableWilling to Travel : YesWilling to Relocate : YesPossess Own Transport : YesReferenceName : Md Nizam DahlanRelationship : Academic AdviserPosition : Senior Lecturer, Universiti Teknologi MalaysiaTel : 07-5534692
  25. 25.  Adventurous  Independent Calm  Outgoing Considerate  Patients Generous  Quiet Helpful  Active
  26. 26. My Reflection During my childhood, I was an active girl. Since primary school,I always represented my school in sports such as netball, handball,hockey and taekwondo. I also was a prefect in my school. But as aprefect I did not like to judged and penalized pupil blindly as I am calmand considerate. When I was 13 years old, I entered a boarding school which isMRSM in Jelebu, Negeri Sembilan. I learned to be independent fromthere as I was far from my family. I was also active during mysecondary school especially in co-curriculum activities such as Karate-do, Entrepreneurship Club and Scout. I love adventurous activities such as jungle tracking andcamping. As a scout, I got so many opportunities to do such activities.The most unforgettable activity as a scout was jungle tracking andcamping in Pulapah, Negeri Sembilan.
  27. 27. I continue my study in UTM Skudai after finished one yearmatriculation in Universiti Malaya. My major is Mechanical AeronauticEngineering. I wish to be an aeronautics engineer one day. During myfirst year, I join ROBOCON UTM which I developed many skills that Icannot find in lecture such as programming, electronic circuits as wellas team working. I had so many good memories with ROBOCONespecially when we managed to be the champion during nationalcompetition at UKM. We also represent Malaysia for internationalROBOT contest competition at Hanoi, Vietnam and we did Malaysiaproud as we won 3rd place and Mabushi Award which is a special awardfrom the sponsor. My university life was busy yet interesting and unforgettable.There are so many things I want to do and achieve in my life. From nowon, I will do my best to achieve successful in my life.

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