Kaniz Ronak Sultana


KANIZ RONAK SULTANA

PhD Student

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Email:kaniz.ronak.sultana@gmail.com

krs270@mun.ca

Cell phone: 709-6872330

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Education

 

 

Continuing PhD in Mechanical Engineering

(Spring 2014-present)

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Master of Science in  Wind Engineering

(Spring 2010 – Winter 2012)

University of Applied Science Kiel

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

(April 2008- February 2010)

Bangladesh University of Engineering Technology

BSc in Mechanical Engineering (2008)

Military Institute of Science and Technology, University of Dhaka.

Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (2003)

Chittagong College

Secondary School Certificate Examination (2001)

Nabinagar Girls High School

Research Interest
  • Phase Change
  • Thermo-fluid
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Renewable Energy
Experiences
  • Research Intern, Statoil, Canada

(2014-present)

  • Research scientist/ Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, DLR (German Aerospace Center), Institut für Strömungsmechanik/ Institute for Fluid Mechanics, TU Braunschweig

(August 2013-February 2014)

  • Lecturer, Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Military Institute of Science and Technology (MIST)

( 01st June 2012- 09th August 2013)

  • Research Assistant, anemos GmbH.

(01st August 2011- 31st January 2012)

  • Assistant Engineer , INTRACO CNG Refueling Station, INTRACO GROUP

( 01st August 2009 – 10th November 2010)

  • Lecturer , Aeronautical College of Bangladesh (ACB),

(01st April 2008- 14th September 2008 )

Publications
  • “Numerical Predictions of Solidification and Water Droplet Impingement”, Arctic Technology Conference (OTC) 2016, (Submitted)
  • “Fifty Years Progress of Freezing Modeling-a numerical review”, Journal of Cold Regions, (In progress).
  • “Marine Icing of On-deck Structures on Marine Vessels”, IBC Energy’s 6th annual conference, “Arctic Oil and Gas”, North America, (2015).
  • “Counter Rotating Hydrokinetic Turbine Arrays for Ocean Energy Conversion “Ocean’s 14, MTS/ IEEE Conference (2014).
  • “Comparison between Experimental and Numerical Based Galerkin POD Models of Flow around an Airfoil with Internal Blowing” International Journal for AIAA Aviation and Aeronautics Forum and Exposition, 2014-2517, 7th AIAA Flow Control Conference, (2014).
  • “An Experimental Investigation of Wind Load on Tall Buildings with Hexagonal Cross-Section”. vol 2, pp 55-61, Galaxy, 2010 [ISSN: 2073-6444].
  • “Feasibility Study of Wind Energy in Bangladesh: A Way towards Sustainable Development.”, International Conference on Environmental Technology & Construction Engineering for Sustainable   Development ICETCESD-2011.

 

Book/Monograph

 

  • “The Development of Solar Tracking System”. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-8383-7848-0, Germany.
  • “Wind Loads on High Rise Buildings”. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-8454-7847-0, Germany.
Technical Skills Solidworks, AutoCAD, Visual C, C++, MATLAB, Maple, Design of Experiment (DOE), Ansys Workbench, Abaqus CAE, WindPRO, WindFarmer
Extra-Curricular Activities Multidisciplinary volunteering, indoor-outdoor games, travelling.

 

Last updated on Tuesday, October 04, 2016