Master Thesis Projects - Dr. Ramadan

Potential master thesis students who are interested in one of the following projects presented by Dr. Mohamad Ramadan (mohamad.ramadan@liu.edu.lb) for Fall semester 2014-2015 are kindly requested to contact him as soon as possible in the School of Engineering (Beirut or Saida Campus) before they do their registration in any of the offered MENG695 “Master Thesis – Part I”.

The list of projects includes and is not limited to:

  1. Material forming processes:

    Theoretical (and or), modeling (and or), numerical analysis for different types of material forming processes.

    • Required Skills: Solid mechanics and heat transfer

    • Deliverables: Thermal (and or) Mechanical Modeling, Master Thesis Report.

       

  2. Numerical methods:

    Development of numerical method for mechanical applications. Fluid mechanics, solid mechanics and fluid structure interaction problems

    •  Required Skills: Finite element (and or), programming

    • Deliverables: Algorithm, code and Master Thesis Report.

       

  3. Advanced Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning HVAC calculations and studies:

    Software development, Design and new applications.

    • Required Skills: Engineering Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Assembling and instrumentation, Programming.

    • Deliverables: Thermal Modeling/Prototype/Code – Master Thesis Report.

       

  4. Renewable energy – Modeling and/or experimental studies:

    Study and applications on different types of renewable energy: Solar, wind and wave energy. Software development, modeling and prototyping. 

    • Required Skills: Heat Transfer, Assembling and instrumentation, Programming.

    • Deliverables: Thermal Modeling/Prototype/Code – Master Thesis Report.

       

  5. Energy recovery types and applications – modeling and/or experimental studies:

    Heat recovery from engineering systems, shower, dish washer, HVAC and other engineering systems... Modeling and parametric study, prototype implementation and  code development.

    • Required Skills: Engineering Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Assembling and instrumentation, Programming.

    • Deliverables: Thermal Modeling/Prototype/Code – Master Thesis Report.

       

  6. Non conventional power generation such as speed bumps – Modeling and/or experimental studies:

    Development of new design and concept for power generation; Modeling, code development, study of efficiency and economical study.

    • Required Skills: Dynamics, Assembling and instrumentation, Programming.

    • Deliverables: Modeling/Prototype/Code – Master Thesis Report.

       

       


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