Abdallah Abu Saleh graduated with BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Sussex in 2015. During his bachelor’s degree studies, he developed in-depth combustion expertise by completing his undergraduate individual project in investigating the laminar burning velocity of GEMW fuels. Advancing full understanding of the combustion process, he used CHEMKIN software to measure the LBV and identified essential properties of alternative fuels for the sparking ignition engine (Biofuels).
In 2019, he was awarded his MSc in Mechanical Engineering by University College London (UCL), possessing “Development of Fuel Injection Systems for Cross-Flow Applications” and “Ultra-Low Emissions Gas Turbine Combustor Development through computational means” MSc project experience. Abdallah Abu Saleh joined Loughborough University in 2019 as a PhD research student working on Biofuels.
Biofuels will play an important part in our low-carbon future. As promising substitutes for fossil-fuels, their use as alternatives for automotive and aircraft applications is receiving increased attention world-wide.