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Lewis Mununga

Lewis Mununga


Faculty of Applied Science & Technology


Dr Lewis Mununga is a dedicated and passionate professor of mechanical engineering. His area of expertise includes fluid mechanics, fluid dynamics, and heating ventilation and air conditioning. Areas of research interest include HVAC design, heat recovery systems, piping design, fluid flow analysis, energy systems, and heat transfer. 
Lewis has worked in the mining industry focusing on design and manufacture of machine elements, maintenance of mobile and fixed machinery, hydraulic systems, and HVAC systems.
Dr Mununga has vast teaching experience at university and college levels. He has taught various courses including fluid mechanics, fluid dynamics, HVAC, engineering mechanics: statics and dynamics, fluid power, mechanics of materials, and machine design.
Lewis has a PhD in fluid dynamics (CFD and experimental simulations) from Monash University in Melbourne Australia, a reasearch Masters degree in fluid mechanics (wind tunnel simulations) from the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, and a course based Masters degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Waterloo.

Teaching Interests

  • Fluid Mechanics, Fluid Dynamics, HVAC, Fluid Power, Engineering Mechanics: Statics and Dynamics, Mechanics of Materials, and Mechanical Design.
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