Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ismail Aliwi, a renowned faculty member at the College of Engineering at Samarra University, has recently published a paper in two prestigious journals – Scopus and Clarivate – in collaboration with two researchers from the University of Tikrit.
Their joint research, titled “Improving the Performance of the Thermal Energy Storage of the Solar Water Heater by Using Porous Medium and Phase Change Material,” was published in the renowned journal “Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects,” which is affiliated with the globally acclaimed publishing house Taylor & Francis.
The research study presents innovative solutions to enhance the performance of thermal energy storage in solar water heaters through the use of porous mediums and phase change material. The findings have significant implications for the field of renewable energy and will be useful in developing more efficient and sustainable energy solutions.
Prof. Aliwi’s contribution to the field of engineering and renewable energy is invaluable, and his work has earned him widespread recognition both nationally and internationally. His latest research paper is a testament to his expertise and his commitment to innovation in the field of engineering.
The Samarra University community congratulates Prof. Aliwi and his team on their groundbreaking research and looks forward to seeing more significant contributions from them in the future.