Keynotes


Prof. Dr. H. Hadiyanto
Center of Biomass and Renewable Energy (CBIORE), Diponegoro University, Indonesia

Biography: Prof. Dr. Hadiyanto, MSc received his BSc of Chemical Engineering from Diponegoro University in 1998 and MSc of Bioprocess Engineering from Wageningen University, The Netherlands in 2003. While the degree of Ph.D. has been obtained in 2007 from Wageningen University, Netherlands. After finishing his Ph.D., he had an opportunity to work as a scientist at NIZO Food Research BV Netherlands (2007-2009), and Research Associate at Process Intensification Group at TU DELFT Netherlands (2009-2010). Besides these works, he has also been invited as visiting research fellow at KU Leuven Belgium (2011), Kyoto University (2012) and DTU Denmark (2014). He is also actively involved in Sustainable Energy and Environmental (SEE) Forum, UNDIP green metric task force and coordinating world-class university program since 2016. In 2016, he was appointed as the head of a master program in environmental science, school of postgraduate studies and appointed as full professor on May 2017 in the field of bioprocess engineering.
Email: hadiyanto@live.undip.ac.id

Title: High flexibility analysis of biodiesel production using multi-feedstock oil

Abstract: Multi-feedstock biodiesel was purposed to overcome the shortage of single oil raw material in biodiesel production. However, the high yield of biodiesel was hardly achieved when the different types of oils was used since they have different characteristics even though the processing condition was the same. This research was aimed to evaluate the use of multi-oils with wide range of fatty acids as raw materials and its process flexibility of biodiesel production. The result shows that the multi-feedstock biodiesel have potential as an alternative energy to reduce the dependency of fossil oil. The results also showed that multi-feedstock plant of biodiesel give high flexibility to the change of raw materials and process but give different result to engine performance and emissions.



Prof. Dr. Saeed Badshah
Department of Mechanical Engineering, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan

Biography: Saeed Badshah received the BSc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from university of Engineering and Technology Taxila, Pakistan in 2003. He completed Master degree in Mechanical Engineering from N.W.F.P University of Engineering and Technology Peshawar Pakistan in 2006. He completed Ph.D degree from Institute of Mechanics and Mechatronics, Faculty of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Vienna University of Technology, Austria in 2011. In Feb, 2012, he joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering, International Islamic University Islamabad Pakistan, as Assistant Professor. Since December 2013, he has been with the Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIUI, as Associate Professor and head of the department. His current research interests include Finite element modeling, Experimental Modal testing and analysis, condition monitoring of rotating machines, Cellular metals, Aluminum foam, Inverse problems, Identification techniques, Structural dynamics, Structural optimization, Renewable Energy and Tidal current turbines.
Dr. Saeed is a life member of Pakistan Engineering Council. He is the member of IEEE Power and Energy Society, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), The Institution of Engineers Pakistan (IEP), Society of Mechanical Engineers of Pakistan (SMEP).
Dr. Saeed has more than 50 research publications. He has supervised many PhD, Master and Bachelor students. He is the Chair of International Conference on Power Generation Systems and Renewable Energy Technologies (PGSRET).

Title: Fluid Structure Interaction Modelling of Tidal Current Turbines

Abstract: In this talk, an overview will be presented on the ocean current energy and the devices for extraction of tides energy. Then a specific interest will be given to the fluid structure interaction modeling of tidal current turbines. Tidal current energy has the potential to provide a new renewable energy source to the world. Tidal energy technology has successfully gone through various development phases, with demonstration systems currently operating in relevant environments at pre-commercial and commercial scales. Tidal Current Turbines (TCTs) often derive their design principals from wind turbine design. However, there are certain key differences that needs careful consideration. The proper understanding of device behavior is necessary to make this technology cost effective and reliable.
Although RANS CFD based numerical models can model the hydrodynamic behavior of a TCT but it has the limitation that it assumes the blades to be rigid. Numerical models capable of accounting for the Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) and hydroelastic behavior of the turbine blade can provide a better approximation of the turbine performance and near flow fields. Some FSI studies have already been conducted to gain an insight into the performance of tidal turbine. However, more such studies are still needed to further the understanding of the design and performance of turbine.