The Power and Energy Group (PEG) at the Lincoln School of Engineering conducts fundamental and applied research in all aspects of power and energy production, distribution, industrial prognostics and diagnostics, and control, with key application sectors currently including low carbon/emissions engines, gas turbines, energy storage and peak power buffer technologies, smart energy and renewables research. An example of the fundamental part of the research portfolio of the group is the optimisation of fuel-air combustion processes for ICE and gas turbines, extending the life-in-service of combustion chamber hardware, and CHP systems to maximise the efficacy of integrated low- and high-grade heat sources.
The group conducts thermofluid modelling, for the aerodynamic design of ship superstructures to improve the operational envelope of maritime helicopters, for instance, and more generally applied R&D across a wide range of market sectors e.g. automotive, aerospace, industrial, and commercial.
If you are a company who would like to explore more about collaborative research in the field of Power and Energy please feel free to contact us. We are always looking for collaborative links to ensure that industry driven research is carried out at the Lincoln School of Engineering.
Head of Power and Energy Group
Sub-Head of Power and Energy Group
Deputy Vice Chancellor
Listed below are our current research areas; however, our expertise allows us to conduct innovative research that extends into areas beyond those listed.
This list below gives our previous and current research partners who have worked with us and with whom have provided solutions. We are always open to building up our research partner network.