Sung Aun Naa
Dr Sung Aun Naa
Lecturer Mechanical Engineering
Telephone: +60 85 443939
Fax: +60 85 443837
Location: Skylark 3 (SK3) Room 328
Dr. Sung joined Curtin University Sarawak as a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering Department in 2016. She has completed her PhD from Universiti Sains Malaysia specializing on Manufacturing Technology. She has obtained BSc. Eng.(Mech) from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Prior to join academic position, she was involved in manufacturing process development in Robert Bosch Sdn Bhd. She has industrial experience in mechanical work of building construction as well. Over the years, her research activity is focused on the area of manufacturing and cutting tool technology, surface metrology, machine vision (edge detection, image processing) as well as precision engineering and measurement. She has published five research papers including Book chapter, Journals and International Conferences.
Ph.D. in Manufacturing Technology with University of Science Malaysia.
Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from University of Technology Malaysia
Machine vision and image processing
Sung A. N., Ratnam M. M., Loh W. P. (2016) Simulation Approach for surface roughness interval prediction in finish turning, International Journal of Simulation Modelling 15 (1) (IF = 2.083)
Sung A. N., Ratnam M. M., Loh W. P. (2015) Effect of tool nose profile tolerance on surface roughness in finish turning, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 76 (9-12): 2083-2098 (IF = 1.779)
Sung A. N., Ratnam M. M., Loh W. P. (2014) Effect of wedge angle on surface roughness in finish turning: analytical and experimental study, International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 74(1): 139 – 150. (IF = 1.779)
Sung A. N., Ratnam M. M., Loh W. P. (2012) Effect of tool nose profile tolerance on surface roughness in precision turning, Communications in Computer and Information Science 330: 475 – 482
Sung A. N., Ratnam M. M., Loh W. P. (2011) Simulation of surface roughness and topography in finish turning using digital image subtraction, IEEE International Conference on Computer Applications and Industrial Electronics (ICCAIE), Penang, Malaysia, 355 – 360