Dr Donglin Zhao
Telephone:020 7815 7917
School/Division:Engineering / Chemical and Petroleum Engineering
Dr Zhao is a Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering in the Division of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering, School of Engineering. He is Course Director of BEng Chemical Engineering.
Dr Zhao has significant experience in teaching and research in UK higher education. After gaining his PhD at the University of Surrey, he worked there for one year before he moved to LSBU. In 2005 he joined the School of Engineering and Design at Brunel University, and moved to Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the University of Nottingham in 2007. He returned to LSBU in 2011.
Dr Zhao was actively involved in several Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) grants. His key areas of research activity are linked to fundamental research in heat transfer and mass transfer in reactors and multiphase flow in pipe and bends.
Dr Zhao teaches on the following modules:
- Chemical Engineering Process 1 (Year 2)
- Chemical Engineering Design and Practice (Year 2)
- Chemical Engineering Process 2 (Year 4)
- Chemical Engineering Design Project (Year 4)
- Clean Process Technology (Year 4)
Most recent publications
Abdulkadir, M and Samson, JN and Zhao, D and Okhiria, DU and Hernandez-Perez, V Annular liquid film thickness prediction in a vertical 180o return bend. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, DOI 10.1016/j.expthermflusci.2018.03.006
Zhao, D and Azzopardi, BJ and Agunlejika, E and Kaji, R and Hewakandamby, B Characterisation. Chemical Engineering Journal,
Zhao, D The control and maintenance of desired flow patterns in bends of different orientations. Flow Measurement and Instrumentation, 53. 230-242. DOI 10.1016/j.flowmeasinst.2016.09.003
Zhao, D and Omar, R and Abdulkadir, M and Abdulkareem, LA and Azzi, A and Saidj, F and Hernandez Perez, V and Hewakandamby, BN and Azzopardi, BJ The control and maintenance of desired flow patterns in bends of different orientations. Flow Measurement and Instrumentation, 53. 230-242. DOI 10.1016/j.flowmeasinst.2016.09.003More publications at LSBU Research Open