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Saturday, 28-Aug-2010 07:25 Email | Share | | Bookmark

After a meeting
An RBI Specialist
My hated desk & senior technical technician
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Got a job with Petronas Penapisan Melaka Sdn Bhd in Sept 2009. Alhamdulillah (Thank God) that time was most difficult times to get a decent job after a 1 year without a secure job. I've been doing programming (crash course doing Visual Basics with my friend, Suud) for nearly half year from 2008 in order to get my momentum doing work. Thanks to my parent supports financially during that time. I love you both of you![/u]

Here I've posted some pictures I've taken by my mobile so far after nearly a year working with my new company.. Cheers!


Friday, 22-Jun-2007 03:12 Email | Share | | Bookmark

Argentinian Team
Most People Went For Offshore :)
Danga Bay, Johor Bahru


Wednesday, 20-Sep-2006 10:02 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Working

Pump water into the pipe. Still no pressure
Pressure increasing. Dangerous moment.
117 bars pressure. This fella didn't scare his head can be blown
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Today, I just witnessed a hydro-test (pressure test with water) onto a 12" diameter stainless steel (SCH40S, 316L) pipe with applying 117 bars of pressure. Do you know how great that pressure is?

Usually, a standard pressure for ordinary tyre is 33 pound per square inch (around 220 kilo Pascal), where is equivalent to 2.2 bars. So, the test pressure that we used is 52 times greater than the tyre pressure.

Im quite worried about the plate that welded both ends of the pipe will thrown away by this pressure if it is failed to withstand it.


Saturday, 26-Aug-2006 08:27 Email | Share | | Bookmark

rebar work before concreting
concreting in progress. thats 1m deep!
Draft tube #6
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As you all see in these pictures, its an early stage of the project. My company have been awarded to supply, fabricate, install and commisioning all 4 units of 360MVA power turbine. Claimed to be the biggest in South-East-Asia. But, it would be superceded after China's dam which also under construction.

The type of turbines that we are going to install is Francis type. Well, you can try to search from the Google and type 'francis turbine' to see how does it looks like and you can find how they work. But, I can tell ya this, yeah, its really freakin huge of its size. Huge x 4.... Actually, there are 8 turbine will be installed, its mean the other 4 will be supplied by Alstom, the French company. So, its freakin 360MVA x 8 = 2880MVA!!


Saturday, 26-Aug-2006 06:03 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Bakun Hydroelectric Power Plant Project

A big bug
Overall Bakun Site
Azommi (surveyor) and me at Control point
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Here are some pictures taken at the site while I'm fooling around with those working contractor guys. They are helpful since as long as I'm working with the consortium... Hehe.. Had a great experience watching how do workers work especially seeing how the China's Chinese contractors working around inside the construction area with harsh environment, working at heights without wearing harnesses, walking through narrow wood going inside and how efficient they worked without overtime (I think so..)

Its quite hard to live here if you don't have any transportation. The canteen at my residential area is not yet under operation, well they (the sub-contractor) said it will started by the end of this month (Aug) and some said at the mid of next month. Arrggg... Now, we have to drive down the off-road hill (not very nice to travel), 10 minutes to reach the Bakun Resort which they has a restaurant for breakfasts, lunches and dinners. And have to travel back up hill with a full stomach with sausages, rice, eggs and orange juice. You can imagine how they managed the restaurant if they monopolized the food there. The beef burger with cheese, fish-and-chips only things that I "qualified" to eat. Managed by the client (Sarawak Hidro Sdn Bhd) which sub-con to Malaysia China Hydro Joint Venture Bhd. Hmm... I'm doubtful how the cook.. As for myself, I've made an enquiry online to the Federal Islamic Department about their HALAL status of those restaurant. Other hawkers? Well, its looked doubtful too... Well, Azommi, the surveyor guy, together with his wife, also working with the same company, took an alternative to cook inside the room. What a happy couple they are!

I met Mubasher, a Muslim Indian representing Alstom draft tube supervisor, who is now working alone, currently one-man project at the site. Very friendly guy and hyper. Always smiles. His story was, he missed his marriage after the company sent him here. Pitty him. I remembered he told that he have been here for more than a year now. Well, he looks happy. No comment about that. Hmmm.. what about me? Less than a month... Huhuhuuu..

I missed all my friends wedding, An, Russdy and Farid Bala (had an accident here). Sorry about that guys.

Hey... If you guyz can help us or give some ideas to put up a "Real Peninsular Flavor" hawkers here? Its about 3 to 4 hours driving by 4x4 from Bintulu town. Its better if you have to travel at one shot. Well, hehe. Make sure your vehicle comsume diesel where its cheap here. Still alot of land spaces here to put up your stalls.


OK... i think thats all for now.. It will be continue... Insya Allah


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