Dr. Andrijana Stojanovic is an Assistant Research Professor in the Laboratory for Thermal Engineering and Energy of the Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences, University of Belgrade. She graduated at the Thermal Energy and Engineering Department, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Nis in 2006. In 2017 she got her Ph.D. degree, with the thesis entitled “Study of thermal-hydraulic conditions on a heated surface with nucleate boiling and boiling crisis”, at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Nis.
Her research area covers various fields, such as: mathematical modeling and numerical simulation methods for multiphase and reactive processes particularly in boiling heat/mass transfer, premixed gaseous fuel combustion, turbulent flame modeling, development of energy and environmentally highly effective polygeneration systems based on renewable energy sources.
She has published in leading scientific journals.
“Research and development of energy and environmentally highly effective polygeneration systems based on renewable energy resources”
“Increase in energy and ecology efficiency of processes in pulverized coal-fired furnace and optimization of utility steam boiler air preheater by using in-house developed software tools”
“Development and improvement of technologies for the energy efficient and environmentally sound use of several types of agricultural and forest biomass and possible utilization for cogeneration”
DAAD postdoctoral scholarship, where has completed a study visit from 01.12.2018. until 31.03.2019. at the Institute for Technical Combustion, Leibnitz University, Hannover, Germany
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