rosilawati m.rasol
rosilawati m.rasol
PhD Candidate at Faculty of Civil Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Verified email at live.utm.my
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Microbial corrosion of API 5L X-70 carbon steel by ATCC 7757 and consortium of sulfate-reducing bacteria
A Abdullah, N Yahaya, N Md Noor, R Mohd Rasol
Journal of Chemistry 2014, 2014
242014
Effect of pH and temperature on corrosion of steel subject to sulphate-reducing bacteria
M Ismail, NM Noor, N Yahaya, A Abdullah, RM Rasol, ASA Rashid
J. Environ. Sci. Technol 7, 209-217, 2014
182014
An artificial neural network modeling for pipeline corrosion growth prediction
MM Din, N Ithnin, AM Zain, NM Noor, MM Siraj, RM Rasol
ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 10 (2), 512-519, 2015
122015
Effect of temperature in SRB growth for oil and gas pipeline
RM Rasol, NM Noor, MM Din
Indian Journal of Science and Technology 8 (13), 1, 2015
72015
Turbidity method to measure the growth of anaerobic bacteria related to microbiologically influenced corrosion
A Abu Bakar, R Mohd Rasol, N Yahaya, NM Noor, MKF bin Mohd Ali
Solid state phenomena 227, 298-301, 2015
52015
Disinfection of sulphate reducing bacteria using ultraviolet treatment to mitigate microbial induced corrosion
AA Bakar, NM Noor, N Yahaya, RM Rasol, MK Fahmy, SN Fariza, ...
J. Biol. Sci 14, 349-354, 2014
52014
Combination effects of ultrasound wave and biocide treatment on the growth of sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB)
R Mohd Rasol, N Md Noor, N Yahaya, A Abdullah, A Abu Bakar, ...
Desalination and Water Treatment 52 (19-21), 3637-3646, 2014
32014
Microbiologically Induced Corrosion Monitoring Using Open-Circuit Potential (OCP) Measurements
R Mohd Rasol, A Abu Bakar, NM Noor, N Yahaya, M Ismail
Solid State Phenomena 227, 294-297, 2015
22015
Mitigation of sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB), Desulfovibrio vulgaris using low frequency ultrasound radiation
RM Rasol, N Yahaya, NM Noor, A Abdullah, ASA Rashid
J. Corros. Sci. Eng. 17, 2014
22014
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