Imperial College London

Dr Chris Tighe

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Chemical Engineering

Lecturer
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7432c.tighe CV

 
 
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Assistant

 

Dr Deesha Chadha +44 (0)20 7594 8958

 
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Location

 

417ACE ExtensionSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Dr Tighe has had a diverse career, spanning 15 years in both academic and contract R&D, and the process industries. The theme running through his research is industrial systems at high pressure, which have a significant part to play in the process and power industries, and beyond. Dr Tighe teaches Safety & Loss Prevention, an important subject, which also underpins his research.

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High Pressure IndustRial Systems

The High Pressure Industrial Systems research group addresses challenges related to chemistry, scale-up and engineering materials in industrial processes at high pressure (typically up to 2000 atmospheres and usually at elevated temperature) by conducting detailed fundamental experiments and employing computational methods where appropriate to yield deeper insights.

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Curriculum Vitae

DateRole
2014 -
Lecturer, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College
2012 - 2014  Senior Project Leader, TWI, Cambridge 
2008 - 2012  Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Chemistry, UCL 
2004 - 2008  PhD, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge 
2000 - 2004  Chemical Engineer, BP 
1998 - 1999  Student Chemical Engineer, Texaco 
1996 - 2000  MEng (Hons), Dept. of Chemical Engineering, UMIST


Publications

Journals

Ashley AE, Fuchter MJ, Tighe C, et al., 2018, Direct reductive amination of carbonyl compounds catalyzed by a moisture tolerant Tin (IV) Lewis acid, Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis, Vol:360, ISSN:1615-4150, Pages:1066-1071

Tighe CJ, Twigg MV, Hayhurst AN, et al., 2016, The kinetics of oxidation of Diesel soots and a carbon black (Printex U) by O2 with reference to changes in both size and internal structure of the spherules during burnout, Carbon, Vol:107, ISSN:0008-6223, Pages:20-35

Makwana NM, Tighe CJ, Gruar RI, et al., 2016, Pilot plant scale continuous hydrothermal synthesis of nano-titania; effect of size on photocatalytic activity, Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, Vol:42, ISSN:1369-8001, Pages:131-137

Conference

Efika EC, Contreras Quintanilla C, Torin Ollarves GA, et al., High-Pressure High-Temperature Phase Equilibria of Crude Oil + CO2, Petrophase 2017

Contreras Quintanilla C, Efika EC, Torin Ollarves GA, et al., Experimental and Modelling study of the HPHT Phase Equilibria of crude oil, 29th European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics (ESAT 2017)

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