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Francis Boateng Agyenim

Educational qualification:

  • PhD in Engineering & Built Environment (Energy Storage), the University of Ulster, the U.K.
  • MSc in Energy Conversion & Management (specialization in renewable energy), University of Applied Sciences, Offenburg, Germany.
  • BSc (Hons) in Metallurgical Engineering, University of Science and Technology (UST), Kumasi, Ghana

Teaching activity:

Dr. Francis Boateng Agyenim who holds senior academic positions at Ghana Technology University College, Ghana as well as at the University of Nottingham, the U.K. teaches Research Methodology and Healthcare Management courses in the DBA and PhD programs.

Research and Publications:

Below is a selection of Dr. Agyenim’s publications:

  • F. Agyenim, I. Knight, M. Rhodes, Design and experimental testing of the performance of an outdoor LiBr/H2O solar thermal absorption cooling system with a cold store, Solar Energy 84 (2010), 735–744.
  • F. Agyenim, N. Hewitt, P. Eames,M. Smyth, A review of materials, heat transfer and phase change problem formulation for latent heat thermal energy storage systems (LHTESS), Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (2010), 615–628.
  • F. Agyenim, N. Hewitt, The development of a finned phase change material (PCM) storage system to take advantage of off-peak electricity tariff for improvement in cost of heat pump operation, Energy and Buildings 42 (9) (2010), 1552-1560.
  • F. Agyenim, N. Hewitt, The development of a finned phase change material (PCM) storage system to take advantage of off-peak electricity tariff for improvement in cost of heat pump operation, Energy and Buildings 42 (9) (2010), 1552-1560.
  • F. Agyenim, P.C. Eames, M. Smyth, A comparison of heat transfer enhancement in a medium temperature thermal energy storage heat exchanger using fins, Solar Energy 83 (2009), 1509–1520. F. Agyenim, P.C. Eames, M. Smyth, Heat transfer enhancement in medium temperature thermal energy storage system using a multitube heat transfer array, Renewable Energy 35 (2010), 198–207.
  • F. Agyenim, P.C. Eames, M. Smyth, Experimental study on the melting and solidification behaviour of a medium temperature phase change storage material (Erythritol) system augmented with fins to power a LiBr/H2O absorption cooling system, Renewable Energy 36(1) (2011), 108-117.