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Moges Ashagrie Retta 

I am PhD student in bio science engineering. I do finite element modelling using comsol multiphysics,ANSYS, research and assignments on subjects such as renewable energy, chemical engineering, biotechnology and biochemical engineering.
$3 USD/hr
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2D modelling of gas exchange in leaves using comsol

Feb 2011 - Feb 2012 (1 year)

This research focused on two dimensional modelling of gas exchange in photosynthetic tissue. The modeling is done in Comsol integrated with Matlab.


Masters in Mechanical engineering

2009 - 2010 (5 months)

Bsc in Chemical engineering

2001 - 2006 (4 years)

PhD student, Bioscience engineering

2011 - 2016 (4 years)


Theory and Methods of Applied Research (2011)

KUL and Gent Univeristy

Intensive course on research methodology

Inverse modeling in earth and environmental sciences (2012)

KU Leuven

Certificate of participation to graduate course ¨inverse modeling in earth and environmental sciences¨ conducted at KU Leuven 30 July-3 August 2012


A hybrid wind-Hydrogen energy system in Ethiopia, Modeling simulation and analysis

The use of hydrogen storage enables long term energy storage in hybrid wind-fuel cell energy system. The aim of this research is to study the feasibility of a wind-hydrogen energy system that produces electricity to households,health post, grinding facility, schools and water pumps in rural areas. The system consists mainly of wind turbines, fuel cells, electrolyzers and hydrogen tanks. The wind resource in the country was studied after selecting five representative cities that are geographically different.

Process design for production of protein from rapseed meal

This project presents the process design of the extraction of good quality protein from cheap, commercially available rapeseed meal using food grade table salt and tap water at room temperature. The demand, the supply and growing opportunities of product application have been studied to determine the plant capacity. Laboratory scale production and testing of samples for crude protein content has been done using Microlq1dahl apparatus. The process employed included a counter current spray drying. Finally the