Sharifuddin Mohammad Zain

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Water quality index (WQI) serves as the basis for environment assessment of watercourse in relation to pollution load categorization and designation of classes and beneficial uses as provided by Interim National Water Quality Standards (INWQS) in Malaysia. This index is calculated based on six parameters DO, BOD, COD, pH, NH-NL and SS. This research was(More)
This study examines the feasibility of catalytically pretreated biochar derived from the dried exocarp or fruit peel of mangostene with Group I alkali metal hydroxide (KOH). The pretreated char was activated in the presence of carbon dioxide gas flow at high temperature to upgrade its physiochemical properties for the removal of copper, Cu(II) cations in(More)
Recent techniques in the management of surface river water have been expanding the demand on the method that can provide more representative of multivariate data set. A proper technique of the architecture of artificial neural network (ANN) model and multiple linear regression (MLR) provides an advance tool for surface water modeling and forecasting. The(More)
The computational approach is adopted and customized, as per the demand and requirement of scientific applications. The computational process is used for weather forecasting, land change detection and many more environmental applications. The Water Quality Index (WQI) computations are a process to determine the level of water in line to the purity(More)
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