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Dr Dmitriy Kuvshinov

Lecturer, School of Engineering

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
  • School of Engineering

Summary

Dr Dmitriy Kuvshinov holds the post of Lecturer in the School of Engineering at the University of Hull.

Dr Kuvshinov has more than 30 years of experience in the development and application of natural gas conversion, carbon capture and utilisation catalytically driven technologies to practical engineering problems at different scales.

His R&D activities are well supported by strong first-hand skills in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and transport processes design with use of COMSOL software.

Doctor Kuvshinov is well recognised expert in the carbon nanomaterials synthesis and application fields.

Dr Dmitriy Kuvshinov is a major contributor to development of wide range of teaching modules starting from CFD Modelling, Materials/Nanomaterials Engineering, Design of a Process equipment and Transport Processes.

Dr Kuvshinov contributes to teaching across Chemical Engineering undergraduate and MSc programmes.

Current Teaching:

“Chemical Engineering of Nanomaterials”, (Level 7), (20 credits), (50 hours)

"Transport processes", (Level 5), (20 credits), (50 hours)

Previous Taught Modules

"Chemical engineering of Nanomaterials’’, (Level 7), (10 credits), (25 hours)

"Advanced Process Modelling and Simulation, COMSOL’’, (Level 7), (10 credits), (25 hours)

"Chemical Dynamics and Statics of a Process equipment’’, (Level 4), (10 credits), (25 hours)

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

Identification of soluble tissue-derived biomarkers from human thyroid tissue explants maintained on a microfluidic device

Riley, A., Jones, H., England, J., Kuvshinov, D., Green, V., & Greenman, J. (2021). Identification of soluble tissue-derived biomarkers from human thyroid tissue explants maintained on a microfluidic device. Oncology Letters, 22(5), Article 780. https://doi.org/10.3892/ol.2021.13041

Synthesis of Ni-based catalysts by hexamethylenetetramine-nitrates solution combustion method for co-production of hydrogen and nanofibrous carbon from methane

Kuvshinov, D. G., Kurmashov, P. B., Bannov, A. G., Popov, M. V., & Kuvshinov, G. G. (2019). Synthesis of Ni-based catalysts by hexamethylenetetramine-nitrates solution combustion method for co-production of hydrogen and nanofibrous carbon from methane. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(31), 16271-16286. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.04.179

A patient tumour-on-a-chip system for personalised investigation of radiotherapy based treatment regimens

Kennedy, R., Kuvshinov, D., Sdrolia, A., Kuvshinova, E., Hilton, K., Crank, S., …Greenman, J. (2019). A patient tumour-on-a-chip system for personalised investigation of radiotherapy based treatment regimens. Scientific reports, 9(1), Article 6327. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-42745-2

A comprehensive study of the effect of chemical impurities on selection and sizing of centrifugal machines for supercritical carbon dioxide transport pipelines

Okezue, C., & Kuvshinov, D. (2018). A comprehensive study of the effect of chemical impurities on selection and sizing of centrifugal machines for supercritical carbon dioxide transport pipelines. Applied energy, 230, 816-835. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.08.074

Long-term imaging of calcium dynamics using genetically encoded calcium indicators and automatic tracking of cultured cells

Razlivanov, I., Liew, T., Moore, E. W., Al-Kathiri, A., Bartram, T., Kuvshinov, D., & Nikolaev, A. (2018). Long-term imaging of calcium dynamics using genetically encoded calcium indicators and automatic tracking of cultured cells. BioTechniques, 65(1), 37-39. https://doi.org/10.2144/btn-2018-0024

Research interests

Carbon nanostructures synthesis, modification and application.

R&D of industrial carbon capture and utilisation technologies.

Design and application of biogas upgrading technologies.

Design and application of Lab-on-a-Chip and miniature devices to fine chemistry and bio-molecular engineering.

Design and application of low-temperature plasma technologies.

Postgraduate supervision

Dr Kuvshinov supervises PhD research projects across a broad selection of topics. Applications are always welcome for PhD, MPhil and MSc by Research degrees in all topics related to

*-application and development of Natural Gas conversion, carbon capture and utilisation technologies;

*-waste plastic utilisation;

*-carbon nanomaterials synthesis and application;

*-ozonolysis driven processes;

*-Lab-on-a-Chip and miniature systems development for bio- and molecular engineering.

Please contact him directly to discuss opportunities, topics and available funding.

Completed PhDs

- Nuhu Mamman Musa. Development of a bubble enhanced energy efficient indoor air cleaning and purification technology through design, construction, experimental investigation, modelling and simulation.

- Chimaoge Okezue. Effect of Chemical Impurities on Centrifugal Machine Performance: Implications for Compressor Sizing in a CO2 Transport Pipeline.

Ongoing PhDs

- Hannah Marsden. Waste textile utilisation accompanied by Hydrogen and Carbon Nanomaterials production.

- Aleksei Iurkov. Development of compact mobile autonomous system for dissolved CO2 detection.

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