• University of Huddersfield Queensgate Huddersfield HD1 3DH

    United Kingdom

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PhD projects

1. Design and analysis of a thermoelectric generator integrated into a microfluidic device for energy generation. 2. Design and analysis of compact desorber for absorption cooling and heating systems. 3. Design and analysis of a desiccant-based dehumidification system employing membrane contactors. 4. Design and analysis of a falling film absorber for absorption cooling systems with novel working fluids. 5. Techno-economic and Life Cycle Assessment of power-to-gas systems 6. Multi-criteria decision support framework for renewable energy technology selection. 7. Energy modelling and simulation of a tri-generation solar system integrated with a hybrid solar PVT system for heating, cooling and power generation. 8. Modelling and simulation of a solar driven thermal cooling system integrated with energy storage system. 9. Performance analysis of a novel solar still coupled with photovoltaic/thermal collector.

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Biography

My research interests lie in the area of low-carbon thermal energy systems, thermodynamic modelling of power and cooling cycles, Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) technologies, CFD analysis of thermal energy systems, absorption refrigeration and heat pumps.

Research Expertise and Interests

  • Low Carbon Thermal Energy Systems
  • Thermodynamics of Power & Cooling Cycles
  • Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) Technologies
  • CFD Analysis of Thermal Energy Systems
  • Absorption Refrigeration and Heat Pumps

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