Nicholas Bojdo

Nicholas Bojdo, PhD MEng


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Gas turbine degradation by mineral dust and volcanic ash
Particle filtration and separation - experimental project
Reduced order modelling for aerospace propulsion systems

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Dr Nicholas Bojdo joined the University of Manchester as a Lecturer in Aerospace Engineering in 2015, and was made Senior Lecturer in 2019. His expertise is in modelling and simulation of particle-fluid flows, with particular application to filtration and separation, and gas-turbine thermodynamics. Nicholas' current research applies this expertise to predict degradation of gas turbine engines by ingested particulate such as mineral dust dust or volcanic ash.

Dr Bojdo graduated from the University of Manchester in 2008, with an MEng in Aerospace Engineering. After a year abroad studying language, he returned in 2009 to begin his doctorate, which he completed three years later. He was awarded the EPSRC Doctoral Prize in 2012 which allowed him to develop his research and work closely with industry on numerous projects. In October 2013, Dr Bojdo was appointed as Honorary Lecturer and Research Associate within the School of MACE.

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  • Filtration and Separation
  • Engine-Airframe Integration
  • Rotorcraft Performance and Design
  • Particle and Powder Technology

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  • Aerospace Research Institute


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