Dr Yunting Ge
HP Lecturer - Mechanical Engineering
Dr. Ge is currently a Reader in the Building Services Subject Group and a member of the Centre for Energy and Built Environment Research (CEBER), School of Engineering and Design of Brunel University London. He has about fifteen years’ research experience in the areas of refrigeration, air conditioning, building energy and controls, and renewable energy. He is now a Principle or co investigator in several funded research projects.
Application Engineer, Siemens Building Technologies, 2003-2005.
Newest selected publications
Ge, YT., Tassou, SA., Santosa, ID. and Tsamos, K. (2015) 'Design optimisation of CO2 gas cooler/condenser in a refrigeration system'. Applied Energy, 160. pp. 973 - 981. ISSN: 0306-2619 Open Access Link
Alzuwaid, F., Ge, YT., Tassou, SA., Raeisi, A. and Gowreesunker, L. (2015) 'The novel use of phase change materials in a refrigerated display cabinet: An experimental investigation'. APPLIED THERMAL ENGINEERING, 75. pp. 770 - 778. ISSN: 1359-4311 Open Access Link
Ge, YT. and Tassou, SA. (2014) 'Control optimizations for heat recovery from CO2 refrigeration systems in supermarket'. Energy Conversion and Management, 78. pp. 245 - 252. ISSN: 0196-8904
Ge, YT., Fsadni, AM. and Wang, HS. (2013) 'Bubble dissolution in horizontal turbulent bubbly flow in domestic central heating system'. Applied Energy, 108. pp. 477 - 485. ISSN: 0306-2619
Ge, YT., Tassou, SA. and Suamir, IN. (2013)
'Prediction and analysis of the seasonal performance of tri-generation and CO