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Dr Mohammad Rahmati

Senior Lecturer

Department: Mechanical and Construction Engineering

Ee Mohammad Rahmati Staff Profile 255Dr Rahmati has worked on several computational and experimental projects which include inverse methods for turbomachinery blade design at UCL and modelling of wave energy converters at Lancaster University. Between 2009 and 2013 he was a member of academic staff at the University of Oxford conducting research on aeromechanical and unsteady flow analysis of multi-stage gas turbines. In particular, his research at the University of Oxford which funded by Siemens focused on developing unsteady flow computational tools in which multi-physics interactions such as aerothermal fluid-structure interactions are included.

Campus Address

Room WJ302, Wynn Jones Building



Qualifications

  • Mechanical Engineering PhD June 30 2006
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2017
  • Member American Society of Mechanical Engineering (ASME) 2011

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Computational and experimental analysis of droplet transportation/jetting behaviours driven by thin film surface acoustic waves, Hosseini Biroun, M., Rahmati, M., Jangi, M., Tao, R., Chen, B., Fu, R. 16 Sep 2019, In: Sensors and Actuators A: Physical
  • Experimental and numerical study of structural behavior of a flexible riser model, Rahmati, M., Norouzi, S., Bahai, H., Alfano, G. Sep 2017, In: Applied Ocean Research
  • An accurate and computationally efficient small-scale nonlinear FEA of flexible risers, Rahmati, M., Bahai, H., Alfano, G. 15 Jul 2016, In: Ocean Engineering
  • Numerical and experimental analysis of the power output of a point absorber wave energy converter in irregular waves, Rahmati, M., Aggidis, G. 1 Jan 2016, In: Ocean Engineering
  • The Blade Profile Orientations Effects on the Aeromechanics of Multirow Turbomachines, Rahmati, M., He, L., Li, Y. 25 Nov 2015, In: Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power
  • Nonlinear Time and Frequency Domain Methods for Multirow Aeromechanical Analysis, Rahmati, M., He, L., Wang, D., Li, Y., Wells, R., Krishnababu, S. 26 Sep 2013, In: Journal of Turbomachinery

PGR Supervision

  • Shivam Salokhe Start: 14/02/2019
  • Sadaf Maramizonouz Start: 01/06/2018
  • Shine Win Naung Start: 01/01/2018
  • Seyedmehdi Hosseini Biroun Start: 01/01/2018


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