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Our £ million machining research equipment is housed in a single purpose-built laboratory, enabling us to complete research contracts with industrial partners involving aeroengine manufacture, new materials evaluation (including titaniums and carbon fibre composites) and micro-sensor development for a whole range of applications. Our new engines laboratories are being used to research engines for hybrid vehicle power-trains in highly realistic transient speed/load conditions, including the effects of very cold start and combustion air (from -20°C) on emissions and performance.

View more on Dr Rouzbeh Abbassi in WARP Expertise

  • Probabilistic accident modelling
  • Human factor analysis
  • Emission inventory
  • Air dispersion modelling
  • Environmental risk assessment
  • Biological and chemical water/water treatment
  • Microbial fuel cells
  • Biomass pyrolysis
  • NSERC Postdoctoral Fellowship Award (2011) (Princeton University) awarded to the most promising researchers in Canada at the Postdoctoral level
  • David Dunsinger Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis (2010) Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Fellow of the School of Graduate Studies (2010) for recognition of outstanding academic achievement throughout a graduate program
  • PhD Dissertation with Honors (2008, 2009)  PhD comprehensive exam and oral defence with distinction
Collaboration Dr Abbassi has collaborated in research with Memorial University, Princeton University, Queensland University of Technology, Delft University of Technology, Indian Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology and with industry such as  INCAT Tasmania, SynGas Pvt Ltd, TAS Alkaloids, SNC Lavalin, Stantec, Atlantic XL, etc.

Msc thesis cfd

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