Doctoral Research in Mechanical Engineering

Doctoral Research in Mechanical Engineering


My research is in the area of energy and
automotive engineering, I’m trying to
look into a type of combustion which
reduces the carcinogenic emissions from
vehicles. This utilises an advanced type of fuel which will be used for the future fleet.
In this manner, I want to reduce the
environmental impact and issues related
to human health
regarded for the transportation sector
for the future.
Ultimately, we are trying to look into
a type of combustion which is more
sustainable and clear for the future. Working with leading academics helped my
research to improve its quality to a
higher level. When I go to them for
advice, they can give me a lot of good
answers and give me technical support on
different issues. For instance, my
supervisor has strong links with
industry and for example whenever I
encounter a problem with the engine
research, oil research or fuel research I
can contact people from industrial R&D,
people who know the real world data and the understanding of that subject. After
finishing my MEng degree at the University of
Birmingham, I decided to continue as a
doctoral researcher because the
final year project for my MEng degree was in the area of internal combustion
engine so by that time I already knew
loads of facilities here and loads of
people here and I knew the good
technical capabilities of this research, which is
future power systems, so I decided to
carry on and learn more. Innovation and
discovering new things are the core
themes for my research so far and I
think I would like to continue because
these two are great motivations for me
to discover something new,
be innovative, to bring something new to
the world so I think I would like to
continue research for these reasons.

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