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Dr Shine Win Naung

Research Fellow

Department: Mechanical and Construction Engineering

Dr Shine Win Naung joined the Department of Mechanical and Construction Engineering at Northumbria University as a Research Fellow in 2021. He is currently involved in the renewable and low-carbon energy technologies projects. He mainly works on the modelling and simulation of renewable energy systems based on a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) method and a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) method. During his time at Northumbria University, he developed a novel computational method for the aerodynamic and aeromechanical analysis of wind turbines to analyse the complex flow physis associated with fluid-structure interactions. Prior to this, he worked on the structural analysis and optimisation of wind turbines at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester and Waseda University in Tokyo. He also worked on the development of wind power projects in Myanmar.

 

Dr Shine Win Naung received his First Class Honours degree in Mechanical Engineering from Manchester Metropolitan University in the UK in 2013 and Masters degree in Modern Mechanical Engineering from Waseda University in Japan in 2016. He obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Northumbria University in 2021. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng) and a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (MIMechE).

Shine Win Naung

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Aeromechanical Analysis of a Complete Wind Turbine Using Nonlinear Frequency Domain Solution Method, Win Naung, S., Rahmati, M., Farokhi, H. 1 Jan 2021, In: Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power
  • An Experimental and Numerical Study on the Aerodynamic ‎Performance of Vibrating Wind Turbine Blade with Frequency-‎Domain Method, Win Naung, S., Erfanian Nakhchi Toosi, M., Rahmati, M. Jun 2021, In: Journal of Applied and Computational Mechanics
  • Direct Numerical Simulation of Interaction between Transient Flow and Blade Structure in a Modern Low-Pressure Turbine, Win Naung, S., Rahmati, M., Farokhi, H. 15 Feb 2021, In: International Journal of Mechanical Sciences
  • High-fidelity CFD Simulations of Two Wind Turbines in Arrays using Nonlinear Frequency Domain Solution Method, Win Naung, S., Erfanian Nakhchi Toosi, M., Rahmati, M. 1 Aug 2021, In: Renewable Energy
  • High-Resolution Direct Numerical Simulations of Flow Structure and Aerodynamic Performance of Wind Turbine Airfoil at Wide Range of Reynolds Numbers, Erfanian Nakhchi Toosi, M., Win Naung, S., Rahmati, M. 15 Jun 2021, In: Energy
  • Influence of blade vibrations on aerodynamic performance of axial compressor in gas turbine: Direct numerical simulation, Erfanian Nakhchi Toosi, M., Win Naung, S., Rahmati, M. 22 Dec 2021, In: Energy
  • Nonlinear Frequency Domain Solution Method for Aerodynamic and Aeromechanical Analysis of Wind Turbines, Win Naung, S., Rahmati, M., Farokhi, H. 1 Apr 2021, In: Renewable Energy
  • Prediction of flutter effects on transient flow structure and aeroelasticity of low-pressure turbine cascade using direct numerical simulations, Win Naung, S., Erfanian Nakhchi Toosi, M., Rahmati, M. 1 Dec 2021, In: Aerospace Science and Technology
  • DNS of secondary flows over oscillating low-pressure turbine using spectral/hp element method, Erfanian Nakhchi Toosi, M., Win Naung, S., Rahmati, M. 1 Dec 2020, In: International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow
  • Numerical Investigation of the Effect of Flutter Instability of the Blade on the Unsteady Flow in a Modern Low-Pressure Turbine, Naung, S., Rahmati, M., Farokhi, H. 21 Sep 2020, Turbo Expo, New York, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)

Qualifications

  • Mechanical Engineering PhD November 18 2021
  • Engineering MEng September 15 2016
  • CEng MIMechE Institute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) 2021


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