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Zaki Umar: About the Author
Research Officer, Malaysian Nuclear Agency


Dr. Mohd Zaki Bin Umar is currently a Senior Research Officer in Leading Edge Non Destructive Testing Technology (LENDT) Group. He is a certified Radiographic Testing Level 3, Ultrasonic Testing Level 2, Magnetic Particle Level 2 and Penetrant Testing Level 2 (Malaysian NDT ISO 9712 - based certification scheme). He is also a certified Thermal Testing (Infrared Thermography) Level 2 (Russian Society for Non-destructive Testing, RSNTTD – based certification scheme). He involves in developing human capital particularly in NDT methods and technique (both conventional and advance). He is recognized as a Trainer and Chief Examiner for Department of Skills Development (National Certification Body for NDT) pertaining to NDT courses and examination. He also involves in the formulation of the National Occupation Skills Standards (NOSS). He is a certified Radiation Protection Officer (RPO) for industrial radiography. He authored or co-authored more than 40 publications related to thermography, industrial radiography and advanced NDT techniques in local and international journals and proceedings. He has also been involved in presenting technical talks and lectures for NDT especially in thermography techniques in technical forums and university events at international and national levels. He has pursued successful international collaboration with leading research groups in several countries such as Saudi Arabia, Russia, China, Canada and Germany. He is currently tasked to plan and implement future activities in R&D, training and consultation for Infrared Thermography (IRT) method.

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Published Articles

July/August 2009 Inspectioneering Journal

We have been introduced to Infrared Thermography (IRT) since World War I and over the last decade the application of this technique has gained impetus. Today, the IRT application is widely used and accepted by many industries such as power...

Authors: Zaki Umar
September/October 2005 Inspectioneering Journal

Is calibration of NDT or any other equipment necessary? The answer is certainly Yes! But a question still arises. Why? Because in the case of NDT it is required by national and international standards. Many NDT standards require that a system of periodic calibration and maintenance must exist for any facility that performs nondestructive testing. For instance, ASTM E-1212 Section 9.2.2 mentions that all measuring and test equipment shall be calibrated and controlled to insure accuracy of measurement of products and processes to a specified requirement. So why would we even need to ask the question? Because many institutes and research organizations do not have periodic calibration and maintenance programs and are not required to have such programs except for safety related work!


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