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Emmanuel O.B Ogedengbe   Dr.  University Lecturer 
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Emmanuel O.B Ogedengbe published an article in June 2017.
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Marc A. Rosen

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Clean Energy Research Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; 2000 Simcoe Street North Oshawa Ontario L1H 7K4 Canada

M. B. Shitta

2 shared publications

Energy Research Group, Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria; National Centre for Energy Efficiency and Conservation, Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria

Idris A. Kayode

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Energhx Research Group, 353 Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos 101017, Nigeria

Olumide Babarinsa

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Energhx Research Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, 353 Faculty of Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, Lagos 101017, Nigeria

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Article 4 Reads 0 Citations Performance Characterization of Gas-Solid Cyclone for Separation of Particle from Syngas Produced from Food Waste Gasifi... Osezua O. Ibhadode, Emmanuel O. B. Ogedengbe, Marc A. Rosen Published: 30 June 2017
European Journal of Sustainable Development Research, doi: 10.20897/ejosdr/63224
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Article 4 Reads 0 Citations Performance Characterization of Gas-Solid Cyclone for Separation of Particle from Syngas Produced from Food Waste Gasifi... Osezua O. Ibhadode, Emmanuel O. B. Ogedengbe, Marc A. Rosen Published: 30 June 2017
European Journal of Sustainable Development Research, doi: 10.20897/ejosdr.201713
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Article 4 Reads 1 Citation Tri-quadratic skew upwind scheme for scalar advection in a control-volume-based finite element method E. O. B. Ogedengbe, K. L. Olaitan, G. F. Naterer Published: 01 May 2017
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Fundamentals, doi: 10.1080/10407790.2017.1309188
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Article 4 Reads 0 Citations Improved Burner Efficiency and Fuel Consumption in Domestic Cooking Appliances Emmanuel O. B. Ogedengbe, Frank D. Ajibade Published: 01 January 2017
Energy and Policy Research, doi: 10.1080/23815639.2017.1324331
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The design of a preheating chamber for a safe flow of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) or liquid fuel in a pressurized burner is investigated. In developing economies with an incessant scarcity of cooking gas, adulterated fuel is more a scarce commodity than a scary cause of fire accident to lives and household properties. Back-flow tendencies in conventional burners, associated with inevitable loss of pressure, mechanical wears, and seal leakages, are eliminated by the application of the concept of “sudden expansion,” while the fuel tends to flow back through the line at the downstream of the preheating chamber. Experimental setup of a novel feeding of liquid fuel from the overhead tank of the proposed design is compared with the performance of conventional burners. Pulsation due to back-flow tendencies of liquid fuel is calibrated for different heights (h) of burners, between the range of 46 mm and 60 mm. It is anticipated that the proposed design of burners will provide an effective flow of liquid fuel if uniquely characterized, using efficient treatment of the back-flow tendencies. Also, the proposed sudden expansion technology is capable of reducing the risk of an irritating exposure to adulterated fuel.
Article 1 Read 0 Citations Design of Stirrer Impeller with Variable Operational Speed for a Food Waste Homogenizer Idris A. Kayode, Emmanuel O. B. Ogedengbe, Marc A. Rosen Published: 20 May 2016
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su8050489
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A conceptualized impeller called KIA is designed for impact agitation of food waste in a homogenizer. A comparative analysis of the performance of KIA is made with three conventional impeller types, Rushton, Anchor, and Pitched Blade. Solid–liquid mixing of a moisture-rich food waste is simulated under various operational speeds, in order to compare the dispersions and thermal distributions at homogenous slurry conditions. Using SolidWorks, the design of the impellers employs an Application Programming Interface (API) which acts as the canvas for creating a graphical user interface (GUI )for automation of its assembly. A parametric analysis of the homogenizer, at varying operational speeds, enables the estimation of the critical speed of the mixing shaft diameter and the deflection under numerous mixing conditions and impeller configurations. The numerical simulation of the moisture-rich food waste (approximated as a Newtonian carrot–orange soup) is performed with ANSYS CFX v.15.0. The velocity and temperature field distribution of the homogenizer for various impeller rotational speeds are analyzed. It is anticipated that the developed model will help in the selection of a suitable impeller for efficient mixing of food waste in the homogenizer.
Article 0 Reads 1 Citation Performance Modelling of Mimosa pudica Extract as a Sensitizer for Solar Energy Conversion M. B. Shitta, E. O. B. Ogedengbe Published: 01 January 2016
Energy and Policy Research, doi: 10.1080/23815639.2016.1255859
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An organic material is proposed as a sustainable sensitizer and a replacement for the synthetic sensitizer in a dye-sensitized solar cell technology. Using the liquid extract from the leaf of a plant called Mimosa pudica (M. pudica) as a sensitizer, the performance characteristics of the extract of M. pudica are investigated. The photo-anode of each of the solar cell sample is passivated with a self-assembly monolayer (SAM) from a set of four materials, including alumina, formic acid, gelatine, and oxidized starch. Three sets of five samples of an M. pudica–based solar cell are produced, with the fifth sample used as the control experiment. Each of the solar cell samples has an active area of 0.3848cm2. A two-dimensional finite volume method (FVM) is used to model the transport of ions within the monolayer of the solar cell. The performance of the experimentally fabricated solar cells compares qualitatively with the ones obtained from the literature and the simulated solar cells. The highest efficiency of 3% is obtained from the use of the extract as a sensitizer. It is anticipated that the comparison of the performance characteristics with further research on the concentration of M. pudica extract will enhance the development of a reliable and competitive organic solar cell. It is also recommended that further research should be carried out on the concentration of the extract and electrolyte used in this study for a possible improved performance of the cell.
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