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Dr Murat Kenisarin

Research Fellow

Department: Mechanical and Construction Engineering

Murat In 1975 he defended his PhD thesis on Investigation of temperatures of phase transition in high temperature substances. Since that time investigation of phase change materials became his life’s work. All research activity is connected with the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences in Tashkent where he worked at the Physico-Technical Institute, Thermophysical Department and Academasbob Scientific and Production Association. He was awarded a NATO Research Grant (1993) for participation in an International Research Project on renewable energy at the Hajettepe University (Turkey) and The Royal Society Grant for participation in a Research Project on thermal energy storage at the Durham University (2004).

Campus Address

Room 204
Wynne-Jones Building


Qualifications

Science PhD September 01 1975

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Melting and solidification of PCMs inside a spherical capsule, Kenisarin, M., Mahkamov, K., Costa, S., Makhkamova, I. 1 Feb 2020, In: Journal of Energy Storage
  • Solar Salt Latent Heat Thermal Storage for a Small Solar Organic Rankine Cycle Plant, Costa, S., Mahkamov, K., Kenisarin, M., Ismail, M., Lynn, K., Halimic, E., Mullen, D. 1 Mar 2020, In: Journal of Energy Resources Technology, Transactions of the ASME


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