Alfredo Iranzo

Universidad de Sevilla

Alfredo Iranzo obtained a Chemical Engineering degree at Universidad de Zaragoza (2000), where he collaborated with LITEC/CSIC (Laboratory of Research in Fluid Dynamics and Combustion Technologies). He then joined ANSYS Germany as a CFD Engineer during five years. He obtained a MSc. in Thermal Energy Systems at Universidad de Sevilla (2010), and a PhD at Universidad de Sevilla (2011), with a research work on PEM Fuel Cells modelling and experimental validation. He was a research engineer at AICIA (Andalusian Association for Research and Industrial Cooperation) and currently works as a researcher at the University of Sevilla at the Thermal Engineering Group, Energy Engineering Department. His research activity is focused on PEM Fuel Cells and CFD applications. He has published more than 30 scientific publications in JCR journals and two book chapters.

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Heat and mass transfer is the core science for many industrial processes as well as technical and scientific devices. Automotive, aerospace, power generation (both by conventional and renewable energies), industrial equipment and rotating machinery, materials and chemical processing, and many other industries are requiring heat and mass transfer processes. Since the early studies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, there has been tremendous technical progress and scientific advances in the knowledge of heat and mass transfer, where modeling and simulation developments are increasingly contributing to the current state of the art. Heat and Mass Transfer - Advances in Science and Technology Applications aims at providing researchers and practitioners with a valuable compendium of significant advances in the field.

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