A. (Amin) Ebrahimi

A. (Amin) Ebrahimi

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Research Interests

  • Advanced multiscale multiphysics modelling of transport phenomena
  • Data- and physics-driven design and optimisation
  • Computational and experimental fluid dynamics and heat transfer
  • Metallurgy and materials processing
  • Micro- and Nano-fluidics

Expertise

I embrace multi-scale modelling of transport phenomena (heat and fluid flow) in metallurgy and materials processing, thermal energy systems and Micro- and Nanofluidic devices. I am broadly interested in energy science and data- and physics-driven engineering and optimisation for real-world engineering problems.


Projects

  • Developing a new simulation-based approach to welding process optimisation 
  • Deposition of molten metal droplets for additive manufacturing purposes
  • Heat and fluid flow during surface laser remelting processes

Biography

Amin Ebrahimi is a postdoctoral research fellow in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) at the Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime, and Materials Engineering (3mE) of Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). Broadly, his research focuses on advanced multiscale modelling of complex heat and fluid flow problems in metallurgy and materials processing (welding and additive manufacturing), thermal energy systems, and Micro/Nano-fluidic devices.

Academic homepage:  http://homepage.tudelft.nl/4j8w3/

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Research interests

  • Advanced multiscale multiphysics modelling of transport phenomena
  • Data- and physics-driven design and optimisation
  • Computational and experimental fluid dynamics and heat transfer
  • Metallurgy and materials processing
  • Micro- and Nano-fluidics
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Academic background

I am a postdoctoral researcher at TU Delft, performing fundamental and applied research on advanced multiscale modelling of complex heat and fluid flow problems with extensive experience covering metallurgy and materials processing (welding and additive manufacturing), thermal energy systems and Micro/Nano-fluidic devices. I utilise computer simulations and laboratory experiments to enhance our understanding of the world for the benefit of industry and society.
Email: A[dot]Ebrahimi[at]tudelft[dot]nl

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