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Seach Chyr (Ernest) Goh
Civil, MechanicalOffice: EME3239
Sustainable transportation; Enclosed narrow-track electric vehicles, with focus on; aerodynamics; ergonomics; practicality for commercialization.
Courses & Teaching
APSC 180 Statics; APSC 181 Dynamics; VANT 151 Multidisciplinary Engineering Design Project; Supervision of industry-proposed capstone projects
Dr. Ernest Goh received his B.Eng and M.Eng degrees from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore. He taught college-level engineering for more than a decade before joining a consulting group, working on environmental and water technologies. In 2010 he joined NTU as a research associate and at the same time embarked on his Ph.D. studies, carrying out research which involved the tow testing and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation of a wind turbine above a forward facing step. Upon completion, he joined the National University of Singapore, where he taught mechanical design related courses. He also started work on enclosed narrow-track electric vehicles and carried out wind tunnel testing and CFD simulations to optimise the aerodynamics of the enclosure. He joined the University of British Columbia – Okanagan campus as an instructor in 2016.
|Dr. Goh is a Certified SolidWorks Professional and has won these awards:
PhD – Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
MEng – Mechanical and Production Engineering (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
BEng – Mechanical and Production Engineering (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Research Interests & Projects
- Sustainable transportation
- Enclosed narrow-track electric vehicles, with focus on:
- Ergonomics, and,
- Practicality for commercialization
Selected Publications & Presentations
- S. C. Goh and S. Siddiqua, “An Engineering Design Project to Provide Multi-Disciplinary Experiential Learning”, in Canadian Engineering Association Conference, Ottawa, 2019.
- Y. Cao, S. C. Goh, A. Rteil, D. Roberts, andK. Golovin, “DiscoverE: an Outreach Program at the School of Engineering”, in Canadian Engineering Association Conference, Ottawa, 2019.
- N. Han, D. Zhao, J. U. Schluter, S. C. Goh, H. Zhao and X. Jin, “Performance evaluation of 3D printed miniature electromagnetic energy harvesters driven by air flow,” Applied Energy, vol. 178, pp. 672-680, 2016.
- S. C. Goh, R. B. Sethu, K. Chidambaresan and J. U. Schlueter, “Tow testing of savonius wind turbine above a bluff body complemented by CFD simulation,” Renewable Energy, vol. 87, no. 1, pp. 332-345, 2015.
- S. C. Goh and J. U. Schlueter, “Numerical simulation of a Savonius turbine above an infinite-width forward facing step,” Wind Engineering, vol. 40, no. 2, pp. 134-147, 2016.
- R. Acharya, P. H. Tan, T. Subramaniam, T. Tamura, K. C. Chua, S. C. Goh, C. M. Lim, S. Y. Goh, K. R. Chung and C. Law, “Automated identification of diabetic Type 2 subjects with and without neuropathy using wavelet transform on pedobarograph,” Journal of Medical Systems, vol. 32, no. 1, pp. 21-29, 2008.
- R. Acharya, P. H. Tan, S. C. Goh and C. M. Lim, “Static and frequency domain analysis of plantar pressure distribution in obese and non-obese subjects,” Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapy, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 127-133, 2006.
- X. N. Ji, S. C. Goh and J. U. Schlueter, “Design and analysis of a SB-VAWT”, Asia Conference on Sustainability, Energy & the Environment, Osaka, 2011.
- H. L. Ng-Lee, S. C. Goh and A. Asundi, “Microlens testing – an application”, 9th International Symposium on Laser Metrology, Singapore, 2008.
- R. Acharya, P. H. Tan, S. C. Goh, C. M. Lim, K. C. Chua and J. S., “Frequency domain analysis of plantar pressure distribution in obese and non-obese subjects”, 15th International Conference on Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, Singapore, 2006.
- R. Ng., L. Y. Chan, S. C. Goh and T. Ashvin, “Design and development of an arthroscopic indentation instrument for in-vivo characterisation of cartilage material properties”, 3rd Scientific Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society of Singapore, Singapore, 2006.
- Wind Turbines and Aerodynamics Energy Harvesters, with D. Zhao, N. Han, J. E. Cater and A. Reinecke, 2019, 520 pages
- ‘O’ Level Design and Technology Examination Questions and Answers, 2004, 129 pages
- Pocket Study Guides: ‘O’ Level Design and Technology, 2003, 151 pages
- Longman Study Guides: ‘O’ Level Design and Technology, 2002, 73 pages
- Patent 97123: Four Rotor Internal Combustion Engine, Singapore, 1997
Selected Grants & Awards
2019-20 Aspire Learning and Teaching Fund, Modularisation of APSC180 Statics for delivery during terms of different durations (Winter 1, regular Summer, Vantage Summer) and to suit students with diverse prior knowledge