Ms Maggie Zheng

PhD Student
Research Area:

Driven and energetic, I firmly believe that the future of energy belongs to renewable energy.

Guest Lecture:

ENGN3224 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

 

Tutoring experience:

ENGN1217 Introduction to Mechanics, ENGN 2217 Mechanical Systems and Design, ENGN2222 Engineering Thermodynamics, ENGN3224 Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, and ENGN8833 Industrial Energy Efficiency and Decarbonisation

 

[1]. Zheng, M., Zapata, J., Asselineau, C.A., Coventry, J. and Pye, J., 2020. Analysis of tubular receivers for concentrating solar tower systems with a range of working fluids, in exergy-optimised flow-path configurations. Solar Energy211, pp.999-1016.

[2]. Zheng, M. and Pye, J., Parameter study for design of flat tubular molten salt receivers.

[3]. Pye, J., Abbasi, E., Arjomandi, M., Coventry, J., Ghanadi, F., Hughes, G., Kim, J.S., Ma, L., Shirazi, A., Torres, J.F. and Venn, F., 2019, July. Towards testing of a second-generation bladed receiver. In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 2126, No. 1, p. 030044). AIP Publishing LLC.

Summer research scholarship, ANU 2014 

 

Merit Award for good academic performance in 2011 – 2012 

 

Academic Roll of Honor in Republic Polytechnic, Singapore 2011 – 2013 (consecutively 3 years)  

 

 

 

 

 

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