Prof John Rose
BScEng PhD DScEng(Lond) CEng FIMechE FASME


Research Funding

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Previous Funded Research Projects

Thermally Driven Heat Pump Based on Integrated Thermodynamic Cycles for Low Carbon Domestic Heating

Funding source: E.P.S.R.C.
Start: 01-07-2016  /  End: 31-12-2019

Flow boiling and condensation of mixtures in microscale

Funding source: E.P.S.R.C.
Start: 01-12-2015  /  End: 31-08-2019

Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Microchannel Condensation Heat Transfer

Funding source: E.P.S.R.C.
Start: 11-11-2013  /  End: 23-07-2017

Microchannel Condensation Heat Transfer

Funding source: E.P.S.R.C.
Start: 02-11-2009  /  End: 01-11-2012

Boiling and Condensation in Microchannels

Funding source: E.P.S.R.C.
Start: 01-01-2007  /  End: 31-12-2008

Condensation On Low-Finned Tubes

Funding source: E.P.S.R.C.
Start: 01-07-2005  /  End: 30-09-2006

Other Research Projects

Molecular dynamic simulation of phase change

Marangoni condensation

Condensation Heat Transfer on Low-Finned Tubes

Low-finned condenser tubes are now widely used in modern plant. Design calculations are presently based on correlations of experimental data. Theoretical solution is problematic owing to the crucial role played by surface tension and curvature of the condensate surface which various in a complicated way over the fin and tube …

Condensation Heat Transfer in Microchannels

Microchannel heat exchangers have been widely considered as a revolutionary, advanced technology because they can provide more than 50% reduction in size and mass, refrigerant charge and air side pressure drop. Wide use of microchannel heat exchangers will make a significant contribution to reduction of energy consumption and consequently carbon emission. …