Mohammad Mehrali

Position

Postdoctoral scholar

Section

Energy Technology

Thermal energy storage

  • Shape stabilized composite phase change materials for thermal energy storage applications
  • Encapsulation of phase change materials
  • Nanoparticle based molten salts for solar energy storage
  • Rheology and flow of phase change material slurries

  Nanofluids technology

  • Microwave assisted hydrothermal production of functional  graphene based nanomaterials;
  • Synthesis, formulation and characterisation of novel nanofluids;
  • Single phase and multiphase heat trasnfer (boiling, evaporation and condensation) of nanofluids;
  • Direct absorption nanofluids for efficient solar thermal systems; 
  • PhD (Mechanical Engineering), University of Malaya, Malaysia, 2015
  • MASc (Mechanical Engineering), University of Malaya, Malaysia, 2012
  • BASc (Mechanicaal Engineering), Semnan University, Iran, 2008

Dr. M. Mehrali

  • M.Mehrali@tudelft.nl
  • Process and Energy Laboratory

    Building 34-K

    Leeghwaterstraat 39

    2628 CB Delft

    The Netherlands