Draco Iyi

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    Research Interests

    My primary research and scholarly interests is on fundamental and applied industrial systems involving Fluid flow and Heat transfer.  My key research experience covers the following multidisciplinary areas:

    • Multiphase Transport and Flow Assurance -experiment and CFD modelling (Porous media flow; Enhanced oil recovery (water flooding, Gas injection, residual Oil saturation reduction and Thermal recovery) and Sand transport through pipelines)
    • FEA modelling of advanced materials for extreme environment applications (failure/damage prediction and reliability assessment of pipelines and pressure vessels).
    • Renewable energy systems modelling (Design, performance prediction and optimization)
    • Wind Turbine/ Tidal Turbine/ Hydro Turbine
    • Solar heating and geothermal energy systems (heat exchangers, built environments and heating systems applications)

    Education/Academic qualification

    Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer, Doctorate, Northumbria University

    Award Date: 15 Mar 2013

    Mechanical Engineering, MSc, Northumbria University

    Award Date: 3 Feb 2009

    Keywords

    • TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
    • Oil and Gas Engineering
    • Computational fluid dynamics
    • Flow assurance
    • Finite Element Analysis
    • Engineering materials
    • Control Engineering
    • Heat transfer
    • Renewable Energy Modelling
    • energy recovery
    • Design and Modelling
    • Reliability analysis
    • Subsea Engineering

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