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Dr. Ahmed Elsayed Hussin

Research Assistant

Institute of Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering

 

Email: ac0188@coventry.ac.uk 
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Biography

I am a thermal design engineer after gaining my PhD degree in boiling heat transfer in 2011. I joined several research projects including adsorption cooling systems for Weatherite Air Conditioning Limited 2012-2014 with KTP project, and Stirling engines research program at university of Birmingham 2014-2015. I’ve carried out several consultation projects including development of thermosyphon performance software tool for Sterling Thermal Technology 2010-2011, enhanced coated condensers for Alkemy 2009-2010. I’m currently working at Coventry University on thermal analysis and acoustic performance of exhaust systems. My research is published in peer reviewed international journals, conferences and book chapters.

Qualifications
  • PhD Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham, 2011.
  • Msc Mechanical Engineering, Alexandria University (Egypt), 2006.
  • Bsc Mechanical Engineering, Alexandria University (Egypt), 2003.
Research interests

Thermal design simulation has a vital role in our daily life and extends to heat exchanger design, automotive exhaust systems, air comfort in building designs. Novel thermal designs and optimizing of thermal systems afford a lot of money savings by decreasing running costs and having better performance of the thermal equipment. My research interest extends to Computational fluid dynamics, exhaust systems, multi-phase flow, dynamic analysis of thermal systems and renewable energy technologies such as Stirling engines and adsorption cooling, heat pipes, photovoltaics, energy storage.  

Selected projects:

Recent outputs and publications

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Areas of expertise
  • Thermofluids
  • Thermodynamics
  • Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
  • Thermal optimisation
  • Heat exchangers