Muyiwa Oyinlola

  • My research focusses broadly on advancing low carbon technologies that will contribute to bridging the wide global energy gap. This includes investigating affordable sustainable energy solutions for developing countries and energy efficient buildings. My core expertise is in the area of sustainable thermal energy, covering areas such as solar energy, thermal energy storage and heat transfer.

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    De Montfort University, Lecturer in Thermofluids and Energy                          12/15 – date

    University of Warwick, Energy GRP Internship                                                 07/15 – 09/15

    University of Warwick, Certificate Director – Climate Change &Sustainability  10/13 – 10/14

    The 8 Architects Corner, SLP, Valencia, Spain PIP Placement                         09/13 – 10/13

    Marches Energy Agency, Shrewsbury, UK PIP Placement                              05/13 – 06/13

    IATL, University of Warwick, Green Steps Placement                                        09/12 – 12/12

    EDUCATION

    University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, Ph.D Engineering                                  01/12 – 07/15

    Kingston University, London, UK,  MSc Renewable Energy Engineering          09/10 – 09/11

    Ahmadu Bello University,  Zaria, Nigeria. B. Eng Mechanical Engineering      03/02 – 03/08

        

    JOURNAL PAPERS

    1. Oyinlola, M.A., Shire, G.S.F. and Moss, R. W. (2015) ‘Thermal analysis of a solar collector absorber plate with micro-channels’ Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 67,102-109
    2. Oyinlola, M.A., Shire, G.S.F. and Moss, R. W. (2015) ‘Investigating the Effects of Geometry in Solar Thermal Absorber Plates with Micro-Channels’ International journal of heat and mass transfer , 90, 552-560
    3. Oyinlola, M.A., Shire, G.S.F. and Moss, R. W. (2015) “The Significance of Scaling Effects in a Solar Absorber Plate with Micro-Channels” Applied Thermal Engineering, 90,499-508
    4. Oyinlola, M. (2013), ‘Book Review: Paula Jones, David Selby and Stephen Sterling (editors) (2010), Sustainability Education: Perspectives and Practice across Higher Education’, Reinvention: an International Journal of Undergraduate Research, Volume 6, Issue 1

    CONTRIBUTION TO SYMPOSIA AND COMPILED VOLUMES

    1. Oyinlola , M.A. and Shire, G.S.F. (2016) Heat Transfer in Low Reynolds Number Flows Through Miniaturized Channels. The 12th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics (HEFAT2016), Malaga, Spain. [Accepted for oral presentation (Peer Reviewed)]
    2. Oyinlola, M.A. and Bhattacharyya, S. (2016) The role of sustainable thermal technologies in demand-side management – a case study of Estrela Ilha settlement, Brazil. The Global Innovation Initiative Symposium on Rapid Smart Grid Impact Purdue University, Hammond IN, USA
    3. Oyinlola, M.A., Shire, G.S.F. and Moss, R. W. (2014) Analysis of temperature distribution in absorber plates with microchannels. The 5th international conference on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Microscale (HTFFM V) , Marseille, France. [Conference Proceedings (Peer Reviewed)]
    4. Oyinlola , M.A., Shire, G.S.F. , Moss, R. W. and Khaliji Oskouei, M (2014) Investigating the effects of channel aspect ratio on fluid flow and heat transfer in absorber plates with minichannels The 10th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics (HEFAT2014), Orlando, USA. [Conference Proceedings (Peer Reviewed)]
    5. Oyinlola, M.A. and Shire, G.S.F. (2013) Investigating Heat transfer in Absorber plates with mini channels, The 13th UK Heat Transfer Conference (UKHTC), London, UK. [Conference Proceedings (Peer Reviewed)]

    ABSTRACTS AND SHORT PAPERS

    1. Oyinlola , M.A. (2016) Improving Power Quality in Nigeria – The Smart Grid Scenario. 5th Workshop of the Consortium for Rapid Smart Grid Impact (CRSGI) Purdue University, Hammond IN, USA
    2. Oyinlola , M.A. and Bhattacharyya, S. (2016) The UK Smart grid – progress, opportunities and challenges. 5th Workshop of the Consortium for Rapid Smart Grid Impact (CRSGI) Purdue University, Hammond IN, USA

    Oyinlola , M.A. and Shire, G.S.F. (2013) Optimising Heat transfer and fluid flow in compact solar collectors, UK Energy Research Centre PhD summer school, Coventry, UK [Poster presentation]

     

 

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