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Paul Shayler

Ford Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Head of Thermofluids Research Group, Faculty of Engineering

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Biography

Paul Shayler is a member of the Fluids and Thermal Engineering research group.

Expertise Summary

Research and development expertise in areas of internal combustion engines for light duty passenger vehicles, both spark ignition and diesel engines. Areas include combustion and combustion systems, performance and emissions, friction and lubrication, heat transfer and thermal behaviour, thermal systems, engine management, and fuels. Vehicle fuel economy and emissions.

Research Summary

Research on various topics in the field of internal combustion engines for light duty automotive applications, involving experimental and computational modelling investigations. Topics include:… read more

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Current Research

Research on various topics in the field of internal combustion engines for light duty automotive applications, involving experimental and computational modelling investigations. Topics include: combustion, friction, fuels and lubricants, thermal behaviour, performance, fuel economy and emissions.

Engine Research Group

Faculty of Engineering
The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD



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