Dr Archibong Eso Archibong BEng, MSc, PhD

Dr Archibong Eso Archibong

Dubai Campus
Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering

Contact details

Address
University of Birmingham Dubai
Dubai International Academic City
PO Box 341799
Dubai, UAE

Archibong is Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham, Dubai Campus. Shortly before joining the University of Birmingham, Archibong was selected as one of the top 8 young Nigerian faculty in Computer Science and Engineering to participate in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Empowering-the-Teachers (MIT-ETT) Fellowship for 2019/2020.

Archibong’s research interests include: Multiphase Flow, Multiphase Metering Technology, Sand Production Management, Flow Assurance, and Energy systems. He has published over 20 research articles in peer reviewed conference proceedings and journals. His experience spans industry and academia in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Energy Engineering (Multiphase Flow in Pipelines), Cranfield University, UK, 2015
  • MSc in Process Systems Engineering, Cranfield University, UK, 2011
  • BEng (Hons) in Mechanical Engineering

Biography

Dr Archibong Eso Archibong completed his BEng in Mechanical Engineering and MSc in Process Systems Engineering in 2008 and 2011 respectively. He worked briefly as a Research Assistant and Flow Loop Engineer for the Process Systems Engineering Group, Cranfield University, UK before starting his Doctoral studies in 2012. Archibong’s Doctoral research was on heavy oil based multiphase flow hydrodynamics and flow assurance in pipelines at the Oil & Gas Engineering Centre, Cranfield University, UK. After completing his PhD in 2015, he went on to work as Post-Doctoral Research Contractor, Lecturer and Research Engineer in the UK and Nigeria.

Shortly before joining the University of Birmingham, Archibong was selected as one of the top 8 Nigerian Faculty in Computer Science and Engineering to participate in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Empowering-the-Teachers (MIT-ETT) Fellowship for 2019/2020.

 Archibong’s research interests include: Multiphase Flow, Multiphase Metering, Flow Assurance, Sand Production Management, Pool & Flow Boiling Heat Transfer, and Energy systems.  He has published over 20 research articles in peer reviewed conference proceedings and journals.

Research

  • Multiphase Flow
  • Multiphase Metering Technology
  • Flow Characterization and Visualization
  • Sand Production Management
  • Flow Assurance
  • Heavy Oil
  • Energy

Other activities

Archibong has recently been involved in helping companies set up projects (as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)) that are aligned with the United Nation’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. These projects are designed to generate sustainable income for indigenes of the community.

Publications

  1. Archibong-Eso, N. Okeke, Y. Baba, A. Aliyu, L. Lao, H. Yeung (2019). Estimating slug liquid holdup in high viscosity oil-gas two-phase flow. Flow measurement & instrumentation. Vol. 65 pp. 22-32
  2. S. Essien, A. Archibong-Eso, L. Lao. (2019). Discharge coefficient of high viscosity liquids through nozzles. Experimental thermal and fluid science. Vol. 103, pp. 1-8
  3. Y. Baba, A. Archibong-Eso, A. Aliyu, O. Ndubuisi, A. Oluwole, W. Ayoola (2019). Pipe inclination effects on high viscosity oil-gas two-phase flow characteristics. Petroleum and coal. Vol. 61 (1) pp. 212–221.
  4. O. Fajemidupe, A. Aliyu, Y. Baba, A. Archibong-Eso, H. Yeung. (2019). Sand minimum transport conditions in gas-solid-liquid three-phase stratified flow in a horizontal pipe at low particle concentrations. Chemical engineering research and design. Vol. 143, pp. 114-126.
  5. A. Archibong-Eso, Y. Baba, A. Aliyu, Y. Zhao, W. Yan, H. Yeung. (2018). On slug frequency inconcurrent high viscosity oil and gas two-phase flow. Journal of petroleum science and engineering. Vol. 163, pp. 600-610.
  6. A. Archibong-Eso, Y. Baba, A. Aliyu, J. Shi, H. Yeung. (2018). High viscous oil-water two-phase flow: experiments numerical simulations. Heat & mass transfer, springer. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00231-018-2461-9
  7. A. Archibong-Eso, Y. Baba, A. Aliyu, N. Okeke, A. Giwa. (2018). Experimental study of highviscosity oil-gas flow using ECT & gamma radiation methods. Petroleum & coal. 60 (2) pp. 196–209
  8. Archibong-Eso, A., Yan, W., Baba, Y., Kanshio, S. & Yeung, H. (2015). Viscous liquid-gas flow in horizontal pipelines: experiments and multiphase flow simulator assessment. Proceedings of 15th international conference on multiphase production technology, 2015 (17) pp. 283–296.
  9. Archibong, A., Zhao, Y., Yeung, H. (2014). Comparison of electrical capacitance tomography& gamma densitometer measurements in viscous oil-gas flows. AIP proceeding 1592 (2) pp. 81-89.
  10. AM Aliyu, YD Baba, AE Archibong, L Lao, H Yeung, KC Kim. (2017). Prediction of entrained droplet fraction in co-current annular gas–liquid flow in vertical pipes. Experimental thermal and fluid science. Vol. 85, pp. 287-384