Aaron's main research interests lie in advanced turbocharger models to enable optimized IC engine performance and fuel consumption over real-life duty cycles, electrically-assisted turbocharging and thermal energy recovery in IC engines.
He is currently involved in the following projects:
MORC: Mobile Organic Rankine Cycle Powersystem with Electrified Ancillaries for Reduced Parasitics (Technology Strategy Board)
K2: Coupling of Real-World Data and Fast Response Algorithms to Improve Simulation Correlations and Optimise Construction Machine Performance (Technology Strategy Board)
Recent research presentations and posters available to download: