Mohsen Sheikholeslami Kandelousi

Babol Noshirvani University of Technology

Dr. Mohsen Sheikholeslami works at the Babol Noshirvani University of Technology’s Department of Mechanical Engineering in Iran. He is Head of the Renewable energy systems and nanofluid applications in heat transfer Laboratory at Babol Noshirvani University of Technology. His research interests are nanofluid, CFD, simulation, mesoscopic modeling, nonlinear science, magnetohydrodynamic, ferrohydrodynamic, electrohydrodynamic, and heat exchangers. He has written several papers and books in various fields of mechanical engineering. He is the first scientist to develop a new numerical method (CVFEM) and he published the reference book with title: “Application of Control Volume Based Finite Element Method (CVFEM) for Nanofluid Flow and Heat Transfer”. He is also the first author of the following books: “Applications of Nanofluid for Heat Transfer Enhancement”, “Application of semi analytical methods for nanofluid flow and heat transfer”, “Hydrothermal Analysis in Engineering Using Control Volume Finite Element Method”, and “External Magnetic Field Effects on Hydrothermal Treatment of Nanofluid”, which are published in ELSEVIER. According to the reports of Thomson Reuters (Clarivate Analytics), he has been selected as a Web of Science Highly Cited Researcher (Top 0.01%) in 2016, 2017, and 2018.

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Studies of fluid flow and heat transfer in a porous medium have been the subject of continuous interest for the past several decades because of the wide range of applications, such as geothermal systems, drying technologies, production of thermal isolators, control of pollutant spread in groundwater, insulation of buildings, solar power collectors, design of nuclear reactors, and compact heat exchangers, etc. There are several models for simulating porous media such as the Darcy model, Non-Darcy model, and non-equilibrium model. In porous media applications, such as the environmental impact of buried nuclear heat-generating waste, chemical reactors, thermal energy transport/storage systems, the cooling of electronic devices, etc., a temperature discrepancy between the solid matrix and the saturating fluid has been observed and recognized.

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