Dr Harjit Singh
Howell Building 131
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Dr Singh received his BEng, and MEng (IIT Roorkee, India) with specialisation in Mechanical and Thermal Engineering disciplines and PhD (University of Ulster, UK) in experimental evaluation of natural convective heat transfer in CPC solar collector cavities. He was a Senior Lecturer in Renewable Energy at the Kingston University London (2009-2011) prior to accepting the current position. He has six years of research experience on various EU, EPSRC, the Carbon Trust and Defra funded projects. Dr Singh was previously a Lecturer of Mechanical Engineering at National Institute of Technology Hamirpur, India. His research focuses on various aspects of solar energy systems, energy use in built environment. Topics currently being researched into include design and development of novel concentrating solar collectors, vacuum insulation panels and building retrofit for improved energy efficiency.
Newest selected publications
Singh, DK., Suresh, S. and Singh, H. (2017) 'Graphene nanoplatelets enhanced myo-inositol for solar thermal energy storage'. Thermal Science and Engineering Progress, 2. pp. 1 - 7. ISSN: 2451-9049 Open Access Link
Rose, BAJ., Singh, H., Verma, N., Tassou, S., Suresh, S., Anantharaman, N., (2017) 'Investigations into nanofluids as direct solar radiation collectors'. Solar Energy, 147. pp. 426 - 431. ISSN: 0038-092X Open Access Linket al.
Alam, M., Singh, H., Suresh, S. and Redpath, DAG. (2016) 'Energy and economic analysis of Vacuum Insulation Panels (VIPs) used in non-domestic buildings'. Applied Energy. ISSN: 0306-2619 Open Access Link
Muraleedharan, M., Singh, H., Suresh, S. and Udayakumar, M. (2016) 'Directly absorbingTherminol-Al2O3 nano heat transfer fluid for linear solar concentrating collectors'. Solar Energy, 137. pp. 134 - 142. ISSN: 0038-092X Open Access Link
Singh, DK., Suresh, S., Singh, H., Rose, BAJ., Tassou, S. and Anantharaman, N. (2016) 'Myo-Inositol based nano-PCM for Solar Thermal Energy Storage'. Applied Thermal Engineering. ISSN: 1873-5606 Open Access Link