Teaching information and materials

This page contains details of my teaching activities, and supplementary materials I have produced for the benefit of my supervisees, which other students might find helpful.

Thermodynamics and Power Generation (3A5)

A lecture course for third-year undergraduates covering classical thermodynamic theory, and its application to cycles used for power generation.

Supervising: 48 hours, teaching pairs of students through discussion of their attempts at problem sheets provided by the lecturer.

Engineering Mathematics (IB Paper 7)

Second-year undergraduate course in applied mathematics for Engineers. Syllabus includes vector calculus, partial differential equations, linear algebra and probability.

Supervising: 64 hours, teaching pairs of students through discussion of their attempts at problem sheets provided by the lecturer.

Advanced-cycle Power Generation (GA1)

A group project for third-year undergraduates. Computer-based analysis and optimisation of power generation plant, including combined-cycle and novel humid cycles.

Demonstrating: 14 hours, debugging Fortran code issues and guiding the students towards engineering insight.