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Dr Mamadou Ndiaye is the programme leader of mechanical engineering at the University of Bolton where he has lectured over eight years in Mathematics and science, Structures mechanics and Machines, Engineering Modelling and analysis, Advanced Materials and structures and Engineering Numerical Methods (FDM). His research focus including his PhD is in “Modelling analysis of heat transfer in polymeric composite material”. He was awarded the prize of the outstanding lecturer in the school of engineering for the academic year 2018-2019.
He was educated in France and obtained an Engineering diploma and a research degree from the doctoral school of Poly’tech Nantes, Ecole des mines and Ecole Centrale in 2003. He has worked 15 years in the industries on research and development and he was lecturer at the University of South Brittany where the topic in his doctoral research was: “heat and mass transfer in a porous media” whose application can be the drying of high-performance materials in the military field or the mass transfer at the atomic scale through the internal organs of the human body in the field of innovative medicine. He created the company MnD Engineering that he managed and whose main activity was operating in the energy field.
Dr Ndiaye is a Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineering (IMechE) and a Fellow of the HEA.
Current Research Interests:
Mathematical Modelling and analysis, Heat transfer, Mechanical Structure, Aerodynamic, Thermofluid, Thermodynamic.
BK Kandola, M Ndiaye, D Price - Quantification of polymer degradation during melt dripping of thermoplastic polymers-Polymer degradation and stability, 2014 - Elsevier