Ismail Zainol

Ismail Zainol

Lecturer

Ismail Zainol is a Lecturer with the Marine Engineering Technology Section at Universiti Kuala Lumpur Malaysian Institute of Marine Engineering Technology (UniKL MIMET), Malaysia. He holds a B.Eng. (Hons) degree in Mechanical Marine and a M.Eng. degree in Marine Technology,both from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), Malaysia. He is a member of Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA), and Malaysia Board of Engineer (BEM). He was an engineer in shipbuilding industry before joining UniKL MIMET as academician. He has been with UniKL MIMET since 2009.He is currently programme coordinator for BME programme. He is currently a PhD candidate at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). His research interest includes ship recycling optimization, fuel saving propulsion system and fishing boats technology.

Research Interest 

  1. Ship Recycling
  2. Small craft propulsion system
  3. Fishing boats technology

Teaching Interest 

  1. Naval Architecture
  2. Marine Engineering Drawing

Publication(s):

  • Perception Towards the Performance of Outboard Motors Among Malaysian Coastal Fishermen in Manjung. Journal Engineering UKM (2018). Indexed by Thomson Reuters & ISI Web of Knowledge (Accepted, waiting for publishing)(First Author)
  • Sustainability Checklist for Transport System Plan for Mangrove Eco-Park. International Journal of Marine Engineering Innovation and Research, 2(2). )(Co- Author)
  • Nursal, R. S., Zali, Z., Zainol, I., & Sabri, M. N. M. (2018). Experimental Study of Direct Injected Marine Auxiliary Diesel Engine Performance, Emission and Cylinder Pressure Using Biodiesel Fuels Derived from Jatropha Curcas Oil. In Engineering Applications for New Materials and Technologies (pp. 115-135). Springer, Cham. Indexed by SCOPUS )(Co- Author)
  • Fuel Saving Analysis and Stability Assessments of Malaysian Offshore Fishing Vessels Fitted With Dual Fuel Diesel And Compressed Natural Gas. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences (JEAS). Indexed by SCOPUS (2017)(First Author)
  • A Review on the Status of Tidal Energy Technology Worldwide. Sindh University Research Journal-SURJ (Science Series). Indexed by Thomson Reuters & ISI Web of Knowledge (2017)(Co- Author)
  • Design and Analysis of a Contactless Battery Charger with Planar PCB Windings .Conference proceeding. 6th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Advanced System (ICIAS 2016)August 2016 KLCC Kuala Lumpur. (2016)(Co-Author)
  • Use of diesel engine and surface-piercing propeller to achieve fuel savings for inshore fishing boats. Journal of Marine Science and Application, 15(2), 214-221.Indexed by Thomson Reuters & ISI Web of Knowledge.(2015)(Published by Springer)(First Author)
  • Potential Area to Harness the Tidal Energy at West Coast Peninsular Malaysia. Applied Mechanics and Materials Vol. 785 (2015) pp 637-641. (2015) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland. Indexed by SCOPUS .(Published)(Co- Author)
  • Feasibility of Using Surface Piercing Propellers and Diesel Engine for Small Scale Fishing Boats: The first Conference on Ocean, Mechanical and Aerospace for Scientists and Engineers 2014(OMASE2014)(Published)(First Author)
  • Dual Fuel Diesel and Compressed Natural Gas for Offshore Fishing Vessels: Engineering Technology & Marine Applications Conference 2014 (ETMA2014) (Published)(First Author)
  • The Development of Contactless Battery Charger using Planar PCB Windings: Engineering Technology & Marine Applications Conference 2014(ETMA2014) (Published)(Co-Author)
  • Surface Piercing Propellers for Fuel-Saving Inshore Fishing Boats: 2nd International Conference on Mechanical, Automotive and Aerospace Engineering 2013 ICMAAE ’13, 2013. (Published)(First Author)

 

Funded Research Projects

  1. 2016-2017: Design and Fabrication of rudder system for surface drive applications in fiberglass fishing boats.(Short Term Research Grant UNIKL)
  2. 2016-2017: Green House Gas Emission from Class A Fishing Boats. (Short Term   Research Grant UNIKL)
  3. 2015-2016: The effect of welding properties based on the nozzle pattern for GMAW process. (Short Term Research Grant UNIKL)
  4. 2015-2016: Predicting the deposition geometry and welding parameter of FCAW for welding 1 & 2 positions bead on plate. (Short Term Research Grant UNIKL)

Other skills and expertise:

  1. Member: The Royal Institution of Naval Architect. Membership No:00288795
  2. Graduate Member: Board of Engineer Malaysia.No: GE64869A
  3. CSWIP Visual Welding Inspector: The Welding Institute. Certificate No:46859
  4. International Maritime Organization (IMO) Model Trainer 6.09 Training of Trainer approved by Marine Department
  5. International Maritime Organization (IMO) Model Trainer 6.10 Training of Trainer approved by Marine Department
  6. International Maritime Organization (IMO) Model Trainer 6.12 Training of Trainer approved by Marine Department
  7. Certificate: Practical Approach to Boiler Operation, Maintenance and Management FMM Institute

 

Supervision:

 Topics – Fuel saving of small craft propulsion system, Fishing boats technology and Ship recycling

Students – 47 students (2011-2018)