Emmanuel O.B. Ogedengbe, B.Sc.(Ife), M.Sc.(Ibadan), Ph.D.(Manitoba), P.Eng., R.Eng., MNSE

Consultant & Director of Research

353 Faculty of Engineering, Unilag, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria

E-mail: ogedengbe@energhx.com / Telephone: +234(0)703-668-9827

ENERGHX™ is a leading energy research group within the University of First Choice and the nation's pride - University of Lagos. We turn students to green energy associates while energy systems are designed, developed, and delivered with clean energy technologies.

Current Teaching Courses
 GEG 401 – Technical Communication
 MEG 505 – Viscous Flow Theory
 MEG 826 – Advanced Heat Transfer I
 MEG 827 – Advanced Heat Transfer II
 MEG 901 – Selected Topics in Computational Thermofluids (as needed by Ph.D students)

Current Project/Research Areas
1. Design of Renewable Energy Conversion Systems
Application of fundamentals of thermo-chemical and fluid flow phenomena, especially electro-kinetics and slip-flow irreversibilities within the network of micro-channels, to the design and development of renewable energy systems like solar, wind and biomass, is contemplated in this research. For example, subsystems of a CSP-powered bio-digester assembly, including the concentrating solar power (CSP) micro-collector, homogenizer, bio-digester, etc, are connected by the transport of a microfluidic heat transfer media. Selected publications in this area of research include:

E.O.B. Ogedengbe, G.F. Naterer and M.A. Rosen, “Slip Flow Irreversibility of Dissipative Kinetic and Internal Energy Exchange in Microchannels”, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, vol. 16, pp. 2167 - 2176, 2006
 E.O.B. Ogedengbe and M.A. Rosen, “Electro-kinetic Pumping with Slip Irreversibility in Heat Exchange of CSP-powered Bio-digester Assemblies”, Entropy 2012, Special Issues of Exergy: Analysis and Applications, vol. 14(12), 2439-2455, 2012

2. Modelling of Leak Propagation and Detection in Pipes
Effect of roughness-induced boundary layers and material integrity phenomenon within different flow regimes in pipes is modelled, using novel numerical tools and schemes including Non-Inverted Skew Upwind Scheme (NISUS), towards the study of leak propagation and detection. Selected publications in this area of research include:

 A.O. Adesina, E.O.B. Ogedengbe and A.G. Odeshi, “Effects of Roughness-Induced Boundary Layer on Leak Propagation and Detection in Gas Pipes”, 11th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, 15 – 17 July 2013, San Jose, California (under review)
E.O.B. Ogedengbe and G.F. Naterer, “Convective Flux Dependence on Upstream Flow Directionality in Finite Volume Computations”, Numerical Heat Transfer A, vol. 51(7), pp. 617 – 633, 2007

3. Design of Zero Energy/Emission Buildings
Demand side monitoring of energy consumption in residential and commercial building facilities is focussed in this study. Facility characterization for acceptable thermal comfort and indoor air quality enables the development of tools for demand forecasting and renewable system integration. Selected publications in this area of research include:

 E.O.B. Ogedengbe, “Optimization of Thermal and Electrical Appliance Loads in Residential and Commercial Buildings with Demand Side Monitoring”, Energy and Buildings, 2012 (under review).
 E.O.B. Ogedengbe, O. Igbekoyi and E.E. Khalil, “Analysis of Electricity Consumption in the Faculty of Engineering with Integration of Renewable Solar Power System”, 10th International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, AIAA 2012-4247, 30 July – 1 Aug 2012, Atlanta, Georgia.