- Lecturer in Aeronautical & Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science
- Cyfadran Cyfrifiadureg, Peirianneg a Gwyddoniaeth
His expertise is imagining in modelling and simulation of turbulent flows, with application to Aircraft vehicles, Turbomachines, Wind Turbines, Tidal Stream Turbines and green energy (Biofuels). Dr Mohamed’s current research applies this expertise to predict the performance of tidal stream turbines in array configurations, flapping wing for a dragonfly-like micro air vehicle in gust conditions and improving the performance of re-entry vehicles in hypersonic flows. Moreover, applying active and passive flow control methods to alleviate the massive separation over aircraft wings at different flow regimes ranging from incompressible to supersonic flows.
Dr Mohamed is research active, and he is putting much effort in strengthening the research collaboration with local and international institutions and he was recently granted a fund from the British Council for a submitted proposal titled “Enhancing Universities’ Contribution to Face Climate Change through, Research, Teaching and Community Engagement” in partnership with South Valley University - Egypt.
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Skills And Qualifications
- - Proficient user of Linux operating system platform.
- - FORTRAN90/2003/C/C++ coding
- - Sun Grid Engine (SGE), CODINE for High Performance Computing (HPC).
- - Batch-Queueing Systems.
- - Massage Passing Interface (MPI) Environment.
- - Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), ANSYS ＆ OpenFoam.
- - Swimming.
- - Reading.
- - Cycling.
- - Aerodynamics (Computational ＆ Experimantal).
- - Turbomachines.
- Green Energy (Biofuels)
- Turbulent flow Modelling and Simulations.
- - Aeroelasticity.
Publications And Past Projects
- Dynamic Loading on Tidal Stream Turbines in an Array, PhD project
- Experimental and Numerical Study of Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV) Mimicking Insects, PhD project
- Improving the performance of Re-entry Vehicle in Hypersonic flow by Morphing Nose Cone in Combination with the Aerospike Design, PhD project