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Research Group 


 

 

 
Alison Swamy Tola
 
         Michael            Tolu          Naresh          Stephen       Yusuf
 

Alison

Student, Mechanical Engineering

Tola 
Student, Mechanical Engineering

 

 

Benissan, Michael
mykkellg@gmail.com
Student, Mechanical Engineering
  Michael Benissan completed his undergraduate education at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, West Africa; where he obtained his B.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is currently pursuing a master’s program at Southern University, Baton Rouge LA, with a concentration in thermal science and has a profound interest in energy systems. He has been working on the empirical characterization of air flow over a flat plate with the intent of extending the principles to airfoil profiles used in the design of gas turbine blades, for which heat transfer characteristics, particularly Nusselt number correlations, are not readily available. Michael is being supported by the NSF RISE and LA-SiGMA Awards, and he is also developing a thermal model for a thermal barrier coating system using a molecular dynamics simulation approach.
Ogunbakin,Tolulope
tolulope_ogunbakin00@subr.edu
Student, Mechanical Engineering
Polasa, Naresh
narru.siri@gmail.com
Student, Mechanical Engineering
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Akwaboa, Stephen
stephenakwaboa@engr.subr.edu
PostDoc, Mechanical Engineering
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Dag, Yusuf
yusufdag@gmail.com
Student, Mechanical Engineering

 

Yusuf Dag is working toward his M.S. degree in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Southern University A&M College. Yusuf's area of research is in thermal and fluid sciences. His current research work is about bio-diesel engines. He is interested in increasing thermal efficiency and reducing emissions of pollutants of bio-diesel engines. He obtained his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Sakarya University in Turkey.

Ken,Kosgei
pkoechkosgei@gmail.com
Student, Mechanical Engineering

Coker,Omotola
omotola.coker.0@gmail.com
Student, Mechanical Engineering

Omotola received her B.Sc degree in Mechanical Engineering from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA in May 2010. She is currently pursuing a master's program at Southern University, Baton Rouge, LA with a concentration in thermal sciences. Her primary interest lies in the oil and gas industy. Omotola is currently working on stress analysis on Thermal Barrier Coatings (TBC) with various (material components or) combinations of coefficients of thermal expansion. Her goal is to develop a finite element model to be used to study the effects of creep on the stress levels and resulting failure. She is being supported by the NSF-RISE awards.