Assistant Professor Dr.Surattana Sungnul

Position : Head of Department of Mathematics
Office Address/Contact
  •  Address : Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Applied Science,

    King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok

    1518 Piboolsongkram Road, Bangsue, Bangkok 10802 Thailand

  • Tel : 02-555-2000 ext.4518 / 02-587-8258
  •  E-Mail : surattana.s@sci.kmutnb.ac.th
Education

- PhD. in Applied Mathematics, May, 2006, Suranaree University of Technology,Nakornratchasima, Thailand.

- M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics, May, 2000, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand.

- B.Sc. 2nd Class Honors in Applied Mathematics, 1995, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology North Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand.

Expertise/Experience

Work Expertise

- Lecturer in Mathematics Department at King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand.

- Teacher Assistance in School of Mathematics at Suranaree University of Technology, Nakornratchasima, Thailand (January – April 2002).

- Research Training on Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow past Self-Propelled Body at Curtin University of Technology, Australia (February – May 2004).

- Research Training on Numerical Simulation of Laminar Flow over Two Rotating Circular Cylinders at Massey University, New Zealand, (March – May 2007).

Research Interest/Portfolio
  • Publications

1. Sungnul, S., Prasattong, S., Pornpakun, W. and Baitiang, C., (2016), “Optimal Time of Sugarcane Harvesting for Sugar Factories in Thailand”, Proceedings of 7th International Conference in Mathematics and Applications (ICMA-MU 2016), the Centre of Excellence in Mathematics, December 17-19, (9 pages).

2. Sungnul, S., (2016). “Transformation of the Navier-Stokes Equations in Curvilinear Coordinate Systems with Maple”, Global Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics.12(3). pp.3315-3325.

3. Jitsom, B., Sungnul, S. and Punpocha, M., (2016), “Convergence of Numerical Solutions of Burger’s Equation”, Proceedings of 21st Annual Meeting in Mathematics (AMM2016) and Annual Pure and Applied Mathematics Conference (APAM2016),Chulalongkorn University, May 23-25, pp. 281-290.

4. Pananu, K. and Sungnul, S., (2015), “Convergence of Power Series Representation for Transcendental Functions”, Proceedings of 20th Annual Meeting in Mathematics (AMM2015), Silapakorn University, May 27-29, pp. 228-239.

5. Pornpakun, W. and Sungnul, S., (2014), “A Mathematical Model for the Optimal Time to Harvest Sugarcane”, Proceedings of 19th Annual Meeting in Mathematics (AMM2014),March 20-22, pp. 21-30.

6. Chawengkrittiyanont, P., Sungnul, S. and Punpocha, M., (2014), “A Fractional Order Dynamic Model of Agriculture, Industry and Ecosystem”, Proceedings of 19th Annual Meeting in Mathematics (AMM2014), March 20-22, pp. 15-20.

7. Sungnul, S., (2013), “Numerical Simulation of Fluid Flow Over Two Rotating Circular Cylinders for Reynolds number Re  45”, 8th International Conference on Multiphase Flow (ICMF 2013), May 26-31,

Jeju, Korea. pp. 1-6.

8. Sungnul, S., Baitiang, C. and Ratanapun, S., (2011), “Software Development for Subjective Test Analysis” The Journal of KMUTNB, 21(3), pp. 627-635.

9. Prasattong, S., Sungnul, S. and Ratanapun, S., (2011), “Effects of a symmetric stenosis on arterial blood flow”,Proceedings of Annual Pure and Applied Mathematics Conference 2011 (APAM2011), May 19-20, Chulalongkorn University, pp. 95-99.

10. Sungnul, S. and Moshkin, N.P, (2009),“Effect of Rotation Rates and Gap Spacing on the Structure of Low Reynolds Number Flow over Two Rotating Circular Cylinders”,Computational Fluid Dynamics 2008, Springer Berlin Heidelberg Publishing, pp. 771-777.

11. Sungnul, S. and Moshkin, N.P., (2008), “Numerical Simulation of Flow over Two Rotating Self- Moving Circular Cylinders”, Recent Advances in Computational Sciences, World Scientific Publishing-Imperial College Press, pp. 278-296.

12. Moshkin, N.P. and Sungnul, S., (2006), “Numerical Simulation of Flow Past Two Rotating Circular Cylinders”, Proceedings of 10th Annual National Symposium on Computational Science and Engineering (ANSCSE10), March 22-24, Chiang-Mai University,pp. 479-484.

13. Sungnul, S. and N.P. Moshkin, (2006), “Numerical Simulation of Steady Viscous Flow Past Two Rotating Circular Cylinders”, Suranaree Journal of Science and Technology,13(3), pp. 219-233.

14 Sungnul, S., (2005), “On the Representation of the Navier-Stokes Equations in Cylindrical Bipolar coordinate System”, Proceedings of 9th Annual National Symposium on Computational Science and Engineering (ANSCSE9), March 23-25, Mahidol University,pp. 340-348.

  • Textbooks/books

1. Differential Equations I, ฺBangkok : Division of Academic Affairs A King Mongkut's University of Technology - North Bangkok., 2015 (399 p.) ISBN 978-616-368-024-2

Academic Articles
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