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Educating the Engineer of 2020 : Malaysian Scenario
The role of the future engineer in these technically developed societies is becoming more challenging because of the globalization of industry and engineering practices. Our society today facesExpand
HISTORIC BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (HBIM) FOR MALAYSIAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
The Historic Building Information Modelling (HBIM) is widely accepted and practiced all over the world. However, the adoption of HBIM within Malaysian construction industry is relatively low and slowExpand
Project-based engineering design education: A Malaysian case
Project–based learning approach is directly related to the application of knowledge as part of an effort to prepare graduates for their professional practice. In response to the evolving nature ofExpand
HERITAGE BUILDING PRESERVATION THROUGH BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING : REVIVING CULTURAL VALUES THROUGH LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT EXPLORATION
Despite the rich and diverse heritage buildings in Malaysia, they suffer from many problems and threats. Many heritage buildings are deteriorating, and this threatens the country’s cultural values.Expand
Knowledge Expansion in Engineering Education: Engineering Technology as an Alternative
. The current and rising challenges in engineering education demand graduate engineers who are well-prepared to provide innovative solutions as technical specialists, system integrators and changeExpand
BIM Backed Decision Support System in the Management of Heritage Building
Historical buildings are always at risk to great danger strike by fire, flood and other potential disasters affecting the building conditions. Thus positive and continuous actions need to be taken toExpand
Framework Development for Engineering Technology
This paper reports a study on the framework development for application-based teaching and learning in engineering technology education in Malaysia. The research interest was mooted from a reportExpand
Traditional Malay building as-built drawings reproductionusing building information modelling
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This paper employs an explorative approach where a traditional Malay palace is adopted as a case study to prove how tools such as laser scanner and Building Information Modelling (BIM) software can be used to re- produce the often lost as-built drawing accurately. Expand
Polypropylene reinforced cement sheets
The paper examines the effects of the addition of polypropylene mesh of different types and volumes upon the flexural load deflection properties of a cement matrix at different ages developed atExpand
Laboratory facilities for engineering technology programs in Malaysian technical universities
Malaysia has put emphasis on Engineering Technology programs in its effort to be a developed country by 2020. This demand for Engineering Technology programs to be implemented is to increase theExpand
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