Adrian Morris

Lecturer

Faculty of Technology - AMAP

University of Sunderland

Quality and new product introduction, Quality and its relationship to maintenance, Energy management in Low Carbon Vehicles, Hydrogen as a primary and mixed fuel, Series hybrid, Simulation in product validation

Adrian is a Lecturer in the Department of Computing, Engineering and Technology, and Operations Manager at the Institute for Automotive and Manufacturing Advanced Practice (AMAP). He is a manufacturing engineer with many years experience in manufacturing industry. He has been involved with SME assistance projects since joining the university in 1994. He began his career as an engineering student apprentice, obtaining a degree in mechanical engineering from Newcastle Polytechnic in 1982 before becoming involved in production/project management for a medium-volume engineering firm. He moved into high volume consumer electrical goods in 1987 where he specialised in assembly and purchasing quality. He later worked as a consultant in design and business improvement techniques before joiningmore...

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  1. Kok, Theodorus, Morris, Adrian, Scott, Helen and Baglee, David (2015) The Use of Markov Chain Analysis for Rule-Based Power and Energy Management Optimisation in Electric Vehicles. In: European Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Congress, 2-4 Dec 2015, Brussels, Belgium.
  2. Kok, Theodorus, Morris, Adrian, Baglee, David and O'Brien, Roger (2015) Development of a low cost mixed fuel hydrogen/petrol system for reducing vehicle emissions. In: European Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Congress, 2-4 Dec 2015, Brussels.
  3. Knowles, Michael and Morris, Adrian (2014) The Impact of second Life Electric vehicle Batteries on the Viability of renewable Energy Sources. British Journal of Applied Science and Technology, 4 (1). pp. 152-167. ISSN 2231-0843
  4. Ren, Qinglian, Crolla, Dave and Morris, Adrian (2010) The effect of Transmission Design on Electric Vehicle (EV) Performance. The Journal of Energy and Power Engineering, 4 (3). pp. 46-51. ISSN 1934-8975