Proceedings of Recent Advances in Automotive Engineering 2019
|Author||: Wan Mohd Faizal Wan Mahmood, Abdul Hadi Azman, Mohd Faizal Mat Tahir, Azhari Shamsudeen, Meor Iqram Meor Ahmad, Wan Aizon W Ghopa, Muhamad Alias Md. Jedi|
|Publisher||: Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment|
|Number of Pages||: 154|
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The 5th International Conference on Recent Advances in Automotive Engineering (ReCAR 2019) is organised by the Centre for Integrated Design for Advanced Mechanical Systems (PRISMA), Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. This biennial conference was successfully organised in August 2017. This year, it is held at Bangi Resort Hotel, Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor on 20-22nd August 2019. The history of ReCAR began in 2011 as the Regional Conference on Automotive Research. In 2013, ReCAR was redefined as an international conference with anticipation of a broader international participation. Since then, ReCAR has grown in stature as a respectable conference on automotive and transportation topics. The Proceedings of Recent Advances in Automotive Engineering 2019 consists of 70 articles which are submitted and presented in ReCAR 2019. These articles encompass various topics in automotive and transportation fields such as fuel combustion; vehicle control and dynamics; advanced manufacturing; safety, comfort and ergonomics; traffic and transportation; and green technology. The participants of ReCAR 2019 come from various countries and backgrounds mhence this conference is a good platform to discuss numerous automotive issues in a cordial and relaxed atmosphere. We also hope that participants will take this opportunity to establish new connections and renew old ones for future collaboration. Finally, we would like to convey our most sincere appreciation to all participants and keynote speakers for your participation in our conference. We are indebted to the Organising Committee for their relentless efforts in ensuring the success of this symposium. It would not have been possible without the great support from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and also our sponsors, to whom are most grateful for their kindness.