School of Engineering
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Dr. Adeniyi is a Lecturer in the School of Engineering.
Areas of Research Interests:
He is the Course Leader for the following courses:
UK Engineering Partnership Link Tutor for:
AM Fsadni, JPM Whitty, AA Adeniyi, J Simo, HL Brooks , A review on the application of nanofluids in coiled tube heat exchangers Micro and Nanomanufacturing Volume II, 2018, 443-465
Adeniyi A.A., Morvan H.P., Simmons K.A. A coupled Euler-Lagrange CFD modelling of droplets-to-film. The Aeronautical Journal. 2017; 121(1246):1897-918.
Adeniyi A.A., Morvan H., Simmons K.A. computational fluid dynamics simulation of oil–air flow between the cage and inner race of an aero-engine bearing. Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power. 2017;139(1):012506.
Fsadni A.M., Whitty J.P., Stables M.A., Adeniyi A.A. Numerical study on turbulent heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of a helically coiled hybrid rectangular-circular tube heat exchanger with Al2O3-water nanofluids. Applied Thermal Engineering. 2017; 114:466-83.
ASME Turbo Expo 2014, 2015,2016, 2017
UG Aerospace, Mechanical Engineering
MP3395: Mechanical Engineering Systems
ER1030 : Engineering Science
ERC002 : Foundation Year Basic Mathematics
ERC006 : Foundation Year Analytical Skills
ER1010 : Engineering Analysis
EI3040 : Aeromechanics
BEng|UG: Aerospace/Mechanical/Motorsports & Energy Engineering Student Projects
MSc|Meng|PG: Aerospace/Mechanical/Motorsports & Energy Engineering Student Projects
Development of multiphase flow Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) techniques to study oil shedding from an aeroengine bearing (2013-2015) – SILOET II project funded by Rolls-Royce at the Nottingham UTC for Gas Turbine Transmissions system (G2TRC).