Department: Fatigue and Fracture of metallic and composites materials
University: National Defense University
Aidy Ali is a Professor of mechanical Engineering at National Defence University of Malaysia (UPNM). He received his first degree in Mechanical Engineering from University Putra Malaysia, 1999. He then pursued his Ph.D degree in Year 2003 research on Improving Fatigue Life of Aircraft Components By Using Surface Engineering at Sheffield University, UK. He was awarded a Ph.D degree in December 2005. His expertise is related to mechanical Fatigue and Fracture of materials, Failure assessment, Failure prevention analysis, Reliability engineering prediction and crash analysis.
His research interests include Fatigue and Fracture of materials, Failure assessment, Failure prevention analysis, Reliability engineering prediction and crash analysis.
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