Joao Ramos known as "Jo"
PhD Mechanical Engineering
BEng Mechanical Engineering
@University of South Wales
Full time lecturer at the University of South Wales 2015-present
Part-time lecturer 2012-2015 at the University of Glamorgan-South Wales
Part-time lecturer at Suzhou University of Science and Technology
Part-time Portuguese language teacher in Llanishen High School
Modules taught at levels 4, 5 and 6
Sustainability Engineering Design
Design and Manufacture
Tutor of Foundation Year Mechanical Engineering Students
1 H. Mroue, J.B. Ramos, L.C. Wrobel, H. Jouhara (2017) Performance evaluation of a multi-pass air-to-water thermosyphon-based heat exchanger, Energy. Available online 8 May 2017, ISSN 0360-5442, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.energy.2017.04.111.
2 J.B. Ramos, A Chong, H. Jouhara (2016) Experimental and Numerical investigation of a cross flow air-to-water heat pipe-based heat exchanger used in waste heat recovery, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 102, November 2016, 1267-1281,
3 H. Mroue, J.B. Ramos, L. Wrobel, H. Jouhara (2015) Experimental and Numerical Investigation of an Air-to-water Heat pipe-based heat exchanger, Applied Thermal Engineering. 78, 339-350.
4 H. Jouhara, J. Milko, J. Danielewicz, M.A. Sayegh, M. Szulgowska-Zgrzywa, J.B. Ramos, S.P. Lester (2015) The performance of a novel flat heat pipe based thermal and PV/T solar collector that can be used as an energy-active building envelope material, Energy.
1 J.B. Ramos, A.Z. Chong, C. Tan, J. Matthews, M.A. Boocock, H. Jouhara (2014) Experimental Analysis of gas to water two phase closed thermosyphon based heat exchanger The 10th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, 14 – 16 July 2014, Florida, USA.
2 J.B. Ramos, A.Z. Chong, C. Tan, J. Matthews, M.A. Boocock, H. Jouhara (2014) Simulation and Analysis of gas to water two phase closed thermosyphon heat exchanger Heat Transfer XIII: Simulation and Experiments in Heat and Mass Transfer 217 – 228, 2-4 July 2014, A Coruña, Spain.
3 J. Ramos, A. Chong, H. Jouhara (2015) Numerical investigation of a cross flow air-to-water heat pipe-based heat exchanger used in waste heat recovery SusTEM – Sustainable Thermal Energy Management Conference, 7-8 July 2015, Newcastle, UK.
The main research area at the moment is thermosyphons and heat exchangers, but has since branched out to involve learning and teaching, manufacturing design and internal combustion engines
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