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Ali Vaysi, Abbas Rohani, Mohammad Tabasizadeh, Rasool Khodabakhshian, Farhad Kolahan,
Volume 29, Issue 3 (IJIEPR 2018)

Nowadays, the CNC machining industry uses FMEA approach to improve performance, reduce component failure, and downtime of the machines. FMEA method is one of the most useful approach for the maintenance scheduling and consequently improvement of the reliability. This paper presents an approach to prioritize and assessment the failures of electrical and control components of CNC lathe machine. In this method, the electrical and control components were analyzed independently for every failure mode according to RPN. The results showed that the conventional method by means of a weighted average, generates different RPN values ​​for the subsystems subjected to the study. The best result for Fuzzy FMEA obtained for the 10-scale and centroid defuzzification method. The Fuzzy FMEA sensitivity analysis showed that the subsystem risk level is dependent on O, S, and D indices, respectively. The result of the risk clustering showed that the failure modes can be clustered into three risk groups and a similar maintenance policy can be adopted for all failure modes placed in a cluster. Also, The prioritization of risks could also help the maintenance team to choose corrective actions consciously. In conclusion, the Fuzzy FMEA method was found to be suitably adopted in the CNC machining industry. Finally, this method helped to increase the level of confidence on CNC lathe machine.
Faisal Rasool, Pisut Koomsap, Emérancia Raharisoa, Abdul Qayoom,
Volume 32, Issue 3 (IJIEPR 2021)

In the last decade, customers’ active involvement during product development, commonly referred to as co-creation, has emerged as an effective tool to overcome barriers that keep firms from understanding customer needs. Still in its infancy, many co-creation aspects are under-researched; this may present difficulties in aligning firm goals with their co-creators, often leading to project failure. To make the co-creation process more systematic, a framework is presented in this paper that will allow firms to analyse product attributes before engaging in co-creation, concerning firm capabilities and interests and the capabilities and interests of their co-creators. The results of this analysis will help firms to align their goals with the goals of co-creators. Two exploratory case studies were conducted for illustration.
Hainnuraqma Rahim, Hamidah Irpan, Mohamed Saladin Abdul Rasool,
Volume 33, Issue 3 (IJIEPR 2022)

Being sharia compliant is a very important matter for Muslims especially the Millennial generation particularly in obtaining halal foods. In the context product and service selection and purchase, the Millennial generation is considered to have high capability in the aspect of accessing rapid information through the social media. In effect, the Millennial Muslims behavior is enviasaged to enhance the consumption of halal products and services in Malaysia due to their purchasing power. Thus, the main aim of the present study is to examine the purchasing behaviour of Millennial Muslims towards halals products. A dataset comprising of 403 respondents were employed using Structural Equation Modeling-Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS). This cross-section study identified specific factors such as social media influencers, understanding of halal concept and perception of halal logo. Specifically, attitude plays the role of mediator in this study. Thus, this study suggests that the purchase of halal food is influenced by these factors. Hence, producers should strategize their marketing communication efforts on various social networking sites to strengthen consumers awareness on the values of halal products. 

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