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I gained an MEng in Chemical Engineering from Leeds University before completing my PhD at Imperial College London in Catalysis and Reaction Engineering. I then worked as a process engineer in the oil and gas sector for 6 years, gaining chartered engineer certification and membership of the Institute of Chemical Engineers.
I currently teach catalysis and reaction engineering and multi-phase fluid flow on the Chemical and Energy Engineering courses. The teaching includes the application of HYSYS, PROSPER and GAP software. My research interests are in multi-phase fluid flow associated with well performance.
My research investigates multi-phase fluid flow in vertical/inclined tubing associated with improving well performance and analysis. This includes investigation of the flow regimes, the transition between flow regimes and particularly the hydrodynamics of the slug flow regime. I also have interests in heavy metal heterogeneous catalysis and reaction engineering associated with “greener” and sustainable chemical technology.
Chemical and Energy Engineering - BEng (Hons)
Chemical and Energy Engineering - MEng (Hons)
Chemical Engineering - BEng (Hons)
Chemical Engineering - MEng (Hons)
Advanced Chemical Engineering - MSc
Postgraduate Research Supervision
Awarded in the last 5 years
|Mr Kwame Sarkodie||Characterisation of Vertical Upward Gas-Liquid Flow Using a Non-Intrusive Optical Infrared Sensor||PhD|
|Ms Marsha Padmini Maraj||Evaluation of the pore space of sandstone samples using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Micro-computed Tomography and Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure Testing||PhD|
Imperial College London
Chartered Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers
Higher Education Academy
Oil & gas processing detailed design, front-end engineering and conceptual process simulation; sizing of gas processing equipment; flow assurance modelling for offshore oil and gas developments; decommissioning studies of offshore oil & gas platforms; quantitative risk analysis of gas production platforms and application of HSE regulations.
Flow Regime Identification in Vertical Upward Gas–Liquid Flow Using an Optical Sensor With Linear and Quadratic Discriminant Analysis
Fergusson-Rees, A. and Sarkodie, K (2020). Flow Regime Identification in Vertical Upward Gas–Liquid Flow Using an Optical Sensor With Linear and Quadratic Discriminant Analysis. Journal of Fluids Engineering. 143(2) (FE-20-1191), p. 12. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4048613
Slug Flow Monitoring in Pipes Using a Novel Non-Intrusive Optical Infrared Sensing Technology
Sarkodie, K, Fergusson-Rees, A, Makwashi, N and Diaz, P (2019). Slug Flow Monitoring in Pipes Using a Novel Non-Intrusive Optical Infrared Sensing Technology. 81st EAGE Conference and Exhibition. London 04 - 06 Jun 2019
Slug flow monitoring in pipes using a novel non intrusive optical infrared sensing technology
Sarkodie, K, Fergusson-Rees, A, Makwashi, N and Diaz, P (2019). Slug flow monitoring in pipes using a novel non intrusive optical infrared sensing technology. SPE Europec featured at 81st EAGE Conference and Exhibition. Society of Petroleum Engineers. https://doi.org/10.2118/195449-ms
A review of the application of non-intrusive infrared sensing for gas–liquid flow characterization
Sarkodie, K, Fergusson-Rees, AJ and Diaz, P (2018). A review of the application of non-intrusive infrared sensing for gas–liquid flow characterization. The Journal of Computational Multiphase Flows. 10 (1), pp. 43-56. https://doi.org/10.1177/1757482X17748784