prof nicos ladommatos
- Prof Nicos Ladommatos
- Tel: +44 (0) 2031084112
- 504A Roberts Building, 5th Floor
- Dept of Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Engineering Science
Nicos Ladommatos's research interests are in the field of internal combustion engines and his work has contributed to significant progress in a number of areas including: the characterisation of diesel fuels, mixture preparation in spark ignition engines - particularly during transients, the effects of exhaust gas recirculation on diesel engine emissions, understanding and controlling the processes involved in Controlled Auto-Ignition combustion, and fuels from renewable sources. He has also co-authored a book on IC engine instrumentation.
- Fuels, Sprays and Combustion
An investigation into transient diesel spray development using high speed imaging in a novel optical pressure chamber
Ignition control of homogeneous-charge compression ignition (HCCI) combustion through adaptation of the fuel molecular structure by reaction with ozone
Effect of the molecular structure of individual fatty acid alcohol esters (Biodiesel) on the formation of NOx and particulate matter in the diesel combustion process
Effect of bio-fuels on nanoparticle emissions from spark- and compression-ignited single-cylinder engines with same exhaust displacement volume.
/BScBachelor of ScienceQueen Mary College, University of London
/DICDiploma of the Imperial CollegeImperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
/MScMaster of ScienceImperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
/PhDDoctor of PhilosophyImperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine
Nicos Ladommatos studied for his first degree in Mechanical Engineering at Queen Mary College, followed by an MSc and PhD from Imperial College. From Imperial, Nicos moved to work as a Project Engineer with Arup before moving to Brunel University to take on the post of Lecturer. He became Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department in 1994, Dean of the Faculty of Technology & Information Systems between 1998 and 2001 and then Pro-Vice Chancellor, Research & Enterprise between 2001 and 2003, all at Brunel University. At the beginning of 2004 Nicos moved to UCL where he held the Kennedy Chair and was the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for 10 years until September 2013. Nicos continues to teach mechanical engineering and carry out research in combustion and fuels.
- Internal Combustion Engines
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- dr paul hellier