Md Mahidul Haque Prodhan
Md Mahidul Haque Prodhan is a PhD candidate, working at the Nuclear Engineering Group’s Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Simulation Laboratory under the School of Chemical and Process Engineering. His research focuses on high resolution simulations of multiphase suspensions in pipe flow/Large channel flow regarding nuclear waste transport and management. He is researching to model the aggregation and breakup of particles computationally efficiently, and therefore incorporate that into sedimentation and flow modelling in case of clarifier (flocculating species simulation through larger channel/separator i.e. looking at flocculated systems in pipe flows and larger open channels). He gained his undergraduate and Masters’ degree from the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Before joining as a PhD researcher at the University of Leeds, Mahidul had been working as a junior faculty member in the Department of Nuclear Engineering at the University of Dhaka.
PhD candidate at the University of Leeds.
BSc, Applied Physics, Electronics & Communication Engineering and MSc, Nuclear Engineering, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
My main research interest is CFD investigations of sedimenting multiphase suspension and slurry processing, particle simulation.
- MSc, Nuclear Engineering