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Research interests

My area of research is currently involved with a novel Split Cycles engine utilising waste recovery to increase thermal efficiency and lower fuel consumption.  I completed my degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1988 here at the University of Brighton when it was known as Brighton Polytechnic. I started work at Ricardo in Jan 1989 and since then I have largely worked in engine test and development, and engine management systems. I returned to the University of Brighton as Research Officer in October 2014. Now a Research Fellow my work focuses on high efficiency low emissions heavy duty diesel engines / dual fuel applications / Waste heat recovery.

Education/Academic qualification

Bachelor, Mech Eng BEng Hons, Brighton Polytechnic

1 Sept 19841 Jun 1988

Award Date: 1 Sept 1988


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