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UCL Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering Sciences


Joined UCL: September 2018

Feroz Ahmed

  • PhD Researcher
  • UCL Mechanical Engineering

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Research area

Flow induced vibration and Acoustic induced vibration

Research outline

Vibration response of piping structures due to pump pulsation.

About Feroz Ahmed

After Undergraduate Degree in Aeronautical Engineering (PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh, India, 2008-12), the zest to explore the potential in Feroz led his journey towards Masters Program in Aerospace Engineering (Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, India, 2012-14), which further pushed him to join the industry. After a short span of seven months, he found his interest in joining the academia. Approximately three years of academic experience have molded him enough that today this profound journey has shown him the way to move forward towards research.

His research interests revolve around solving VIBRATION related problems in every aspect of life, such as human body, machines, musical instruments, and natural environment. Most particularly, he has experience in Structural Dynamics, Experimental Modal Analysis, Structural Aspect of Aeroelasticity, Signal Processing, Fatigue and Damage Tolerance. In his Masters thesis, he incorporated sophisticated advanced signal processing techniques in the experimental modal parameters estimation of critically-coupled-closely-spaced modes of asymmetric payload fairing launch vehicle at launch-pad condition. Here at UCL, he has got a wonderful PhD opportunity (EPSRC iCASE funded) to expand his horizon of vibration and let it have more multidisciplinary research element (for example, flow and acoustic induced vibration).

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