Dr. Yesuenyeagbe Atsu Kwabla Fiagbe

Senior Lecturer

Dept: Mechanical Engineering
College of Engineering, Caesar Building, Room A 320

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Research Areas/Interests

Fluid Mechanics, Aerodynamics, Engineering System Design & Optimization   Development of parametric method for small aircraft design. (20...~more

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Dr. Yesuenyeagbe A.K. Fiagbe is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi. He holds Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering with focus on Aircraft Design. He has a specialty in Fluid mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and other related subjects. He currently teaches at undergraduate level, fluid mechanics/dynamics, Hydraulics and Pneumatics and at the postgraduate level, Lubrication and wear, and Advanced fluid dynamics. In the past, he taught Technical/Engineering Drawing, Materials Engineering and others. His research interest are in areas of technology development for indigenous systems, Computation fluid dynamics.  He has developed a tensile testing machine, Lift-tipping mechanism for tricycle for municipal waste disposal. He is currently developing mechanized kente weaving loom. One of his current research focus is investigation of engineering properties of various natural fibres in Ghana. He has a number of publications in various high impart journals.


  • Development of parametric method for small aircraft design.
  • Development of Lift-Tipping mechanism for small tricycle truck for Municipal waste collection.
  • Development of mechanized ‘Kente’ weaving loom for rural industry. This work has won International Innovators Award Africa 2024. The award ceremony was celebrated on May 28, 2024, at the Born Global Startup Festival in Leipzig, Germany. Presentes by Small Enterprise Promotion + Training (SEPT).
  • Concentrated Solar Energy for Africa (CSP4Africa) Project.
  • Plasma Gasification for Municipal Solid Waste Treatment.
  • Oil Spill simulation of Marine environment of Ghana.
  • Natural Fibre Engineering properties investigation.


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