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Mr Henrique Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro

Mr Henrique Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro

roscoeh2@lsbu.ac.uk

Mechanical Engineering and Design

https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0600-8006

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I am a Research Fellow in the Heating and Cooling Research Group of the School of Engineering at LSBU. I joined LSBU in 2018 to undertake a PhD research project sponsored by Transport for London to investigate the potential to recover and reuse waste heat from the London Underground. Since completing my PhD in 2022, I have contributed to several engineering R&D projects related to heating and cooling, with focus on district-scale heat pump application for domestic heating, as well as on industrial and commercial refrigeration.

As a Research Fellow, I have supported several research projects related to the decarbonisation of existing heating and cooling/refrigeration systems, such as:

FAST DHC (Feasibility Assessment Tool for District Heating and Cooling): I am the project manager for the FAST DHC project, which aims to develop a free decision-support tool for assessing the techno-economic performance of 4th and 5th generation DHC systems, and comparing them to individual heating and cooling solutions. Funder: IEA.

LoT-NET (Low Temperature Heat Recovery and Distribution Network Technologies): I act as a researcher supporting LSBU's activities within the project, which relate mainly to investigating waste/recoverable heat opportunities in the UK. Funder: EPSRC.

TICR (Transport, Industrial and Commercial Refrigeration): I lead the energy modelling for TICR, which involves estimating current and projecting future energy consumption levels and emissions for refrigeration in different sectors. Funder: DESNZ.

GreenSCIES (Green Smart Community Integrated Energy Systems): I worked as a researcher on this project, supporting LSBU-led activities relating to reviewing climate neutrality commitments of UK local authorities and identifying areas suitable for smart local energy systems in the London Borough of Islington. Funder: InnovateUK.

I also support other academic projects within LSBU related to sustainable heating and cooling, such as the LSBU Energy Advice Centre (Funder: UPP Foundation) and the Net Zero Future Skills Bootcamp (Funder: GLA).

My research has led to several publications and many awards over the past few years, including the prestigious Ted Perry Award by the Institute of Refrigeration (IOR), a 1st place award at the 7th DHC+ International Awards by Euroheat and Power, as well as an award for Best Young Energy Efficiency Researcher at the World Sustainable Energy Days 2022. I am also actively promoting sustainable heating and cooling through my memberships of CIBSE and the IOR, as well as through platforms such as the IIR’s commission on heat pumps & energy recovery.

Postgraduate Research Supervision
Current
Miss Aya Hesham Samy HeggyModifying Intensive Carbon Energy SystemsPhD
Ms Mahnaz SayahiModelling Refrigeration Pathways for Net Zero (MoRe Net Zero)”PhD
PhD in Mechanical Engineering

London South Bank University

2018
2022
BSc in Civil Engineering

Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)

2011
2016
FunderYear wonProjectRole
Greater London Authority2023Net Zero FuturesCo-Investigator
International Energy Agency on District Heating and Cooling (IEA DHC)2023FAST DHC (Feasibility Assessment Tool for District Heating and Cooling)Principal Investigator
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)2022Transport, Industrial and Commercial Refrigeration - HELGACo-Investigator
ProposalProjectRoleFunderStatusStatus last updated
Net Zero Futures - Wave 5 (Source 3598)Net Zero Futures - Wave 5 (Source 3598)Co-InvestigatorGreater London AuthorityOPEN Approved for submissionMay 2024
PSL2324-0371 - Scoping study to assess the resilience of the UK’s cold supply chain to rising and extreme temperaturesScoping study to assess the resilience of the UK’s cold supply chain to rising and extreme temperaturesCo-InvestigatorClimate Change CommitteeOPEN SubmittedMay 2024
PhD Studentship ENG: Heat Recovery Opportunities from Energy Sources (HEROES)Heat Recovery Opportunities from Energy Sources (HEROES)Co-InvestigatorE.ON UK Infrastructure Services LtdOPEN Approved for submissionMar 2024
Net Zero Futures - Wave 4 (Source 1471)Net Zero FuturesCo-InvestigatorGreater London AuthorityOPEN Approved for submissionJun 2023
Charteted Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)
2023
Institute of Refrigeration (IOR)
2024
Prizes, awards, and accolades

7th DHC+ International Awards (May 2019)

Euroheat & Power

Launched in 2012, the DHC+ Student Awards highlight outstanding and original contributions to District Heating and Cooling related research, including economic and technological aspects of related energy sources, energy management, and the environmental consequences of energy utilisation. Awarded for the paper "Heat from Underground Energy London", which introduced the potential benefits of a district heating system based on waste heat recovery from the London Underground.


Most Effective Delivery of Material (Jul 2021)

Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CBISE)

Award received for a paper presented at the 11th CIBSE Technical Symposium, which was held virtually and covered a broad range of topics involving building services engineering. The awarded paper was entitled "Waste Heat Recovery from Underground Railways – Evaluating the Cooling Potential", and investigated the benefits of exploiting the cooling potential behind Bunhill 2, a first of its kind system that recovers waste heat from the London Underground.


Most Effective Delivery of Material (Apr 2022)

Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CBISE)

Award received for a paper presented with Prof. Graeme Maidment and Prof. Phil Jones at the 12th CIBSE Technical Symposium, which was held at London South Bank University and covered a broad range of topics involving building services engineering. The awarded paper was entitled "The generation gap! Are 5th generation district energy schemes better or just different?", and discussed the features of the 4th and 5th generations of district heating and cooling and how the terminology used to describe them can change our perception of the benefits and applications of district energy schemes.


Best Young Energy Efficiency Researcher (Apr 2022)

OÖ Energiesparverband

The World Sustainable Energy Days is an annual international conference in Austria that brings together policymakers, researchers and building sector professionals to discuss how to accelerate change for the purpose of meeting the EU's climate neutrality goals. As part of the conference, early career researchers are invited to submit papers which are reviewed by experts from universities, research organisations and businesses. The best papers are honoured with the awards for ‘Best Young Energy Efficiency Researcher’ or ‘Best Young Biomass Researcher’. The 2022 conference, held from 5-8 April, received more than 70 submissions from early career researchers in over 40 countries.


Ted Perry Award (Feb 2023)

Institute of Refrigeration

The Ted Perry Award is designed to encourage and promote research by students related to refrigeration and air conditioning. It highlights future leading thinkers currently working at Undergraduate or Post Graduate level. The 2021/22 award was received for my PhD research on decarbonising heating and cooling through waste heat recovery. The work was described by the judges as “original with high potential impact” and something that could be “rolled out worldwide and adapted to different applications from data centre cooling to district heating”.


Waste heat from the London Underground: an investigation of the potential benefits of integrating heating and cooling
Lagoeiro, H., Davies, G. and Maidment, G. (2024). Waste heat from the London Underground: an investigation of the potential benefits of integrating heating and cooling. Institute of Refrigeration TechTalk Webinar. London 02 - 02 Apr 2020 Institute of Refrigeration.

Heat Recovery Opportunities from Electrical Substation Transformers
Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro, H., Davies, G., De Almeida Marques, A. and Maidment, G. (2023). Heat Recovery Opportunities from Electrical Substation Transformers. Energy Reports. 10, pp. 2931-2943. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egyr.2023.09.074

Decarbonisation pathways for fossil fuel-based district heating networks using heat pumps
Heggy, A., Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro, H., De Almeida Marques, A., Maidment, G. and Hamilton, J. (2023). Decarbonisation pathways for fossil fuel-based district heating networks using heat pumps. 26th IIR International Congress of Refrigeration. IIR.

Evaluation of low temperature waste heat as a low carbon heat resource in the UK
G. Davies, H. Lagoeiro, H. Turnell, M. Wegner, A. Foster, J. Evans, A. Revesz, A. Leiper, K. Smyth, J. Hamilton, H. Cooke and G. Maidment (2023). Evaluation of low temperature waste heat as a low carbon heat resource in the UK. Applied Thermal Engineering. 232, p. 121283. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2023.121283

District Heat Networks: Addressing Categorisation to Unlock Deployment Potential
Heggy, A., Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro, H., De Almeida Marques, A., Maidment, G. and Hamilton, J. (2023). District Heat Networks: Addressing Categorisation to Unlock Deployment Potential. CIBSE ASHRAE Technical Symposium. Loughborough UK 05 - 06 Apr 2017 CIBSE.

Waste heat recovery from electrical substations
Davies, G., Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro, H., Revesz, A. and Maidment, G. Waste heat recovery from electrical substations. 2023 ASHRAE winter conference. Atlanta, Georgia, USA 04 - 08 Feb 2023

Heat Recovery Opportunities from Wastewater Treatment Plants
Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro, H., Davies, G., Revesz, A. and Maidment, G. (2023). Heat Recovery Opportunities from Wastewater Treatment Plants. 2023 ASHRAE winter conference. Atlanta, Georgia, USA 04 - 08 Feb 2023 American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

HEAT FROM UNDERGROUND ENERGY LONDON (HEAT FUEL)
Roscoe Papini Lagoeiro, H. (2022). HEAT FROM UNDERGROUND ENERGY LONDON (HEAT FUEL). PhD Thesis London South Bank University School of Engineering https://doi.org/10.18744/lsbu.91w8v