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PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Birmingham
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- B.Sc. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, (2003), OMAR EL-MUKHTAR UNIVERSITY.
- M.Sc. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, (2007), ACADEMY OF GRADUATE STUDIES.
- FROM 2003 TO 2005: TEACHER IN SECONDARY SCHOOL.
- FROM 2008 TO NOW: LECTURER IN MECHANICAL OCCUPATION DEPARTMENT, REFRIGERATION AND AIR- CONDITION SECTION DERNA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE.
EDUCATION / QUALIFICATIONS:
• Feb 2015 – Jul 2019: PhD Student in Mechanical Engineering, Birmingham University, United Kingdom
Thesis – Development of New Micro-Channels Segmented Regenerator for V-Type Alpha Stirling Engine.
(Using: experimental, CFD modelling and Numerical analysis by Matlab)
• Sep 2004 – 2007: Master of Science power mechanical engineering, Academy of Graduate Studies, Libya
Outline – My master program was within the field of mechanical engineering/power and was about comprehensive courses in advance heat transfer, dynamics fluid and thermodynamics. The program was fully related to all mechanical power systems. Variety courses studied such as solar energy, desalination and IC engines. One of the master courses was about project management. My master was through a comprehensive examination was at the end of my study in order to fulfil the requirements of having M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering.
• Sep 1998 – 2003: Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical school, Omar El-Mukhtar University, Libya
My bachelor degree was mainly engineering and majoring in mechanical engineering. A variety of different mechanical engineering courses were studied from basic of engineerings such as introduction to mathematical models to more complicated ones such as design, heat transfer and thermodynamics. In addition to the core subjects, there were a number of mechanical engineering courses were studied as well as communication theory, power electronics and control systems. My final project was about design three stages of gearboxes.
Graduation Project Degree: Good
Modules include - Engineering Design and Modelling, Engineering Materials and Applications, Powertrain Technology, Fluid mechanics, Heat transfer, Turbomachinery
Availability: Every day
Willing to travel: 10 miles
Experience: ; The University of Birmingham, UK (Feb 2015 Jul 2019)
Full-time PhD Student
Teaching assistant at Birmingham University in Fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, Heat transfer and CFD modelling.
Supervision final year student projects.
Exam invigilator since 2015 at the University of Birmingham to May 2019
; Derna polytechnic institute, Libya (Feb 2008 Feb 2013)
Full-time Assistant Lecturer (lecturer in mechanical occupation department, refrigeration and air- condition section Derna polytechnic institute)
Modules - (Engineering CAD drawing (AutoCAD), Control and measurement devices, Turbines, Fundamentals of refrigeration and air-conditioning, Solar energy, Material sciences)
I was also working as a part-time lecturer during this time at various technical colleges and institutions:
Omar Al-Mukhtar university Derna, Libya (Sep 2008 - Jul 2009)
I taught undergraduate students various courses at different levels such as Physics, Mathematics (calculus, numerical analysis) and Engineering Mechanics, to a class size varying between 35 to more than 100.
Modules - Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics, Fluid mechanics, Heat transfer and Refrigeration and air conditioning accessories
Elbeida polytechnic institute (Sep 2008 - Sep 2012)
Modules - Machines theory and Supervision graduation projects
Elquba polytechnic institute (Sep 2008 - Sep 2012)
Modules - Fundamentals of refrigeration and air-conditioning, Machines theory and Control and measurement devices
; Teacher in secondary school, Libya (Sep 2003 - Jul 2005)