Abas Ramiar

About Abas Ramiar

Abas Ramiar, With an exceptional h-index of 26 and a recent h-index of 22 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, specializes in the field of CFD, Convection, Radiation, Heat transfer, Fuel cell.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Improving vertical solar still performance for efficient Desalination: Investigating the influence of Wick, condensate plate and device dimensions

Investigation of a novel ‘cavity-added square wave’microchannel for elasto-inertial focusing and negative magnetophoretic separation of particles

Investigation of Visco-rheological Properties of Polymeric Fluid on Electrothermal Pumping

The Effect of Magnetic Field on Non-deposition of Nanoparticles in Microchannels Using Euler-Lagrange Method

Analyzing the Impact of a Curved Stator on the Performance of a Savonius Wind Turbine using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Predicting the neck size in the fused filament fabrication process

Development of a hybrid acousto-inertial microfluidic platform for the separation of CTCs from neutrophil

Numerical and experimental analysis of drug inhalation in realistic human upper airway model

Abas Ramiar Information

University

Babol Noshirvani University of Technology

Position

Associate Professor

Citations(all)

2199

Citations(since 2020)

1666

Cited By

1123

hIndex(all)

26

hIndex(since 2020)

22

i10Index(all)

59

i10Index(since 2020)

48

Email

University Profile Page

Babol Noshirvani University of Technology

Abas Ramiar Skills & Research Interests

CFD

Convection

Radiation

Heat transfer

Fuel cell

Top articles of Abas Ramiar

Improving vertical solar still performance for efficient Desalination: Investigating the influence of Wick, condensate plate and device dimensions

Authors

Mohammadreza Abbaspour,Qadir Esmaili,Abas Ramiar

Journal

Solar Energy

Published Date

2024/4/1

Access to sustainable energy sources and clean water remain two of the most significant challenges in the modern world. Fortunately, desalination can be achieved using a variety of renewable energy sources, with solar energy being a notable option. There has been a noticeable increase in interest in the vertical solar still (VSS) as a popular desalination technique in recent years. The performance of VSS is examined in this article in relation to a several variables, including the wick, the wettability of the condensate plate surface, and device dimensions. According to the study's findings, selecting an appropriate wick is essential for ensuring optimum water distribution on the heat absorber surface, thereby enhancing the effectiveness of the Vertical Solar Still (VSS). In comparison to gauze, cotton emerges as a superior wick, contributing to a noteworthy 5.1 % improvement in device performance. The performance of …

Investigation of a novel ‘cavity-added square wave’microchannel for elasto-inertial focusing and negative magnetophoretic separation of particles

Authors

Fatemeh Amouzadeh,Abas Ramiar,Nima Hedayati

Journal

Advanced Powder Technology

Published Date

2024/4/1

The size-dependent separation of cells contains detailed information that results in substantial breakthroughs in various areas including biomedicines. The most important action before separating cells is to pre-focus them by maintaining cells in a single line through the microchannel length. Herein, we propose a novel microchannel called “cavity-added square wave” which can pre-focus different-sized polystyrene particles (5 and 20 µm) in a PEO-based ferrofluid without needing sheath flows, and separate them using a negative magnetophoretic force. First, the elasto-inertial focusing of particles is studied through experimental work and numerical simulation using a developed OpenFOAM code. Next, effects of geometrical parameters, magnetic field strength, and magnet distance are explored on particle focusing and separation, respectively. Results ascertained that the proposed microchannel can focus 5 µm …

Investigation of Visco-rheological Properties of Polymeric Fluid on Electrothermal Pumping

Authors

Nima Hedayati,Abas Ramiar,Kurosh Sedighi

Journal

Journal of Applied and Computational Mechanics

Published Date

2024/1/1

Electrothermal pumping is a recently trending method to force highly conductive fluids in a wide range of microfluidics applications with biological processes. Although most polymer fluids (biological and synthetic) are highly conductive exhibiting viscoelastic rheological properties that are relevant to biomedical applications, their behavior under the effect of electrothermal force has not yet been studied. To this aim, the PTT model (non-linear rheological constitutive equation) and electrothermal equations are implemented in the developed OpenFOAM solver. The effect of rheological characteristics of the fluids on the physical parameters such as velocity, elastic behavior, and vortices strength of electrothermal flow are investigated through the viscoelastic non-dimensional numbers. According to the results, electrothermal outlet velocity decreases by 726% as the retardation ratio (β number) increases from 0.2 to 0.9 and increases by 107% as the Weissenberg number raises from 0.001 to 10. Investigating all non-dimensional numbers simultaneously leads to the conclusion that higher electrothermal velocity is achieved by viscoelastic fluids with lower viscosity and higher relaxation time. This fact is useful for choosing the proper fluid for a particular application. As a practical example, 3000 ppm polyethylene oxide solution results in higher velocity in electrothermal flow compared to the 5% polyvinylpyrrolidone and 2000 ppm xanthan gum solution.

The Effect of Magnetic Field on Non-deposition of Nanoparticles in Microchannels Using Euler-Lagrange Method

Authors

Nima Hedayati,A Ramiar

Journal

Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment

Published Date

2024/10/1

The challenge of particle deposition in microchannels has consistently posed issues in nanofluids, adversely impacting the heat transfer rate. This study investigates the novel approach of employing a magnetic field to prevent deposition and enhance the heat transfer of nanoparticles in microchannels, utilizing Euler-Lagrange method. The analysis involves the coupled solution of momentum and energy equations, incorporating forces such as Brownian motion, thermophoresis, drag, and volumetric force. The findings within the explored parameters indicate that temperature variations affecting particles beyond the thermal boundary layer have a comparatively minor impact compared to those within the boundary layer. This presents an opportunity for optimizing nanoparticle consumption. Additionally, the study reveals that a non-developed flow at the inlet results in lower particle deposition compared to a developed inlet. The results show that an increase in the Reynolds number from 50 to 300 leads to a 1.75% increase in the distance of particles from the wall. The study also delves into the positioning of the current-carrying wire, demonstrating that placing the wire at the microchannel entrance significantly reduces particle deposition. Furthermore, the results indicate that with an increase in electrical current up to 4 amperes, the efficiency of non-deposition reaches 100%.

Analyzing the Impact of a Curved Stator on the Performance of a Savonius Wind Turbine using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Authors

P Hedayati,A Ramiar,N Hedayati

Journal

Iranica Journal of Energy & Environment

Published Date

2024/7/1

Wind energy is a prominent renewable energy source, and Vertical Axis Wind Turbines (VAWTs) offer distinct advantages, including adaptability to changing wind directions and reduced noise levels. This paper conducts a numerical investigation into the impact of flat and curved stator blades on VAWTs, specifically the Savonius turbine, under 2D, viscous, turbulent, and steady flow conditions. Four stator blade configurations were examined, including no stator blades, smooth stator blades, twisted stator blades (Case A), and both blades being concave (Case B). The study reveals that curved stator blades enhance VAWT performance, with Case B exhibiting the most efficient performance. The results show pressure distribution on the turbine blades is non-uniform, with high and low-pressure zones, predominantly on the windward side. The presence of stator blades enhances pressure on all turbine blades, with Case B exhibiting the most optimal pressure distribution. Detailed observation of streamline and velocity distribution reveals improved flow lines for Case B, leading to more effective turbine blade performance. Case B consistently produces the highest turbine torque, with a maximum value of approximately 2.1 N·m achieved at Re = 15750. The torque demonstrates a positive correlation with increasing Reynolds numbers.  The study further introduces a non-dimensional torque ratio analysis, where Case B attains 7.59 times higher torque than the reference case at Reynolds number 15750. The sensitivity of torque increase with respect to Reynolds number change highlights that Case B (with a slope of torque increase at around 4.5e-04)  is …

Predicting the neck size in the fused filament fabrication process

Authors

Ali Karimnejad Esfahani,Zahra Taheri,Abas Ramiar

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2023/5

This study focuses on neck growth in the fused filament fabrication process and aims to propose an experimentally validated model for predicting the neck size. For this purpose, two different neck growth models are developed based on the sintering mechanism and intimate contact mechanism. For experimental measurements, ABS material is used throughout the study to fabricate forty-five different test specimens. Since the sintering mechanism, which the literature addresses as the primary mechanism for studying the neck size, highly depends on filament temperature, a 3D heat transfer model is also developed and validated with experimental data. Comparing the predicted results with experimental measurements clearly indicate that the sintering mechanism makes a small contribution to the total neck growth and can be safely ignored. On the contrary, the model developed based on the contact pressure idea …

Development of a hybrid acousto-inertial microfluidic platform for the separation of CTCs from neutrophil

Authors

Arash Mahboubidoust,Alireza Heidari Velisi,Abas Ramiar,Haniye Mosharafi

Journal

European Journal of Mechanics-B/Fluids

Published Date

2023/5/1

The ability to fast and precise cell separation is a crucial issue for many biomedical applications and diagnoses. Despite several active and passive cell separation methods, high throughput, biocompatible, and label-free techniques are still demanding. High-accuracy acoustic and high-throughput inertial microfluidics can be integrated by combining acoustic and inertial methods. Accordingly, a new solver and two libraries have been developed in OpenFOAM to simulate particle tracking in a two-stage microchannel for focusing and separating particles simultaneously. In the first stage, the different Aspect Ratios (AR) of a serpentine microchannel with four different configurations were simulated in a range of flow rates to achieve the proper particle focusing. The results showed that the square serpentine configuration with AR=0.2 and flow rate of Q=2 ml/min gives a more favorable particle focusing. This channel was …

Numerical and experimental analysis of drug inhalation in realistic human upper airway model

Authors

Morsal Momeni Larimi,Arash Babamiri,Mohit Biglarian,Abas Ramiar,Reza Tabe,Kiao Inthavong,Ali Farnoud

Journal

Pharmaceuticals

Published Date

2023/3/7

The demand for a more efficient and targeted method for intranasal drug delivery has led to sophisticated device design, delivery methods, and aerosol properties. Due to the complex nasal geometry and measurement limitations, numerical modeling is an appropriate approach to simulate the airflow, aerosol dispersion, and deposition for the initial assessment of novel methodologies for better drug delivery. In this study, a CT-based, 3D-printed model of a realistic nasal airway was reconstructed, and airflow pressure, velocity, turbulent kinetic energy (TKE), and aerosol deposition patterns were simultaneously investigated. Different inhalation flowrates (5, 10, 15, 30, and 45 L/min) and aerosol sizes (1, 1.5, 2.5, 3, 6, 15, and 30 µm) were simulated using laminar and SST viscous models, with the results compared and verified by experimental data. The results revealed that from the vestibule to the nasopharynx, the pressure drop was negligible for flow rates of 5, 10, and 15 L/min, while for flow rates of 30 and 40 L/min, a considerable pressure drop was observed by approximately 14 and 10%, respectively. However, from the nasopharynx and trachea, this reduction was approximately 70%. The aerosol deposition fraction alongside the nasal cavities and upper airway showed a significant difference in pattern, dependent on particle size. More than 90% of the initiated particles were deposited in the anterior region, while just under 20% of the injected ultrafine particles were deposited in this area. The turbulent and laminar models showed slightly different values for the deposition fraction and efficiency of drug delivery for ultrafine particles (about 5 …

Construction of Sensor for Dopamine Detection by Using Microfluidic Paper-Based Analyzers

Authors

Fateme Ghorbani,Mostafa RahimNeghad,Abbas Ramyar,Mehdi Ezoji

Journal

Nashrieh Shimi va Mohandesi Shimi Iran

Published Date

2023/8/23

In this research, a simple and inexpensive colorimetric detection method for dopamine was reported using laser cutting technique on microfluidic paper-based analytical devices. The effect of various factors such as reaction time between dopamine and ferric chloride, sample volume, drying time, pH of phenanthroline solution and volume ratio of ferric chloride / dopamine were investigated and optimized. The optimal values for each of the parameters were 4 min, 1.4, 2.8 and 4.2 μl, 12 min, 7.4 and 2: 1, respectively. From subsequent analyzes using Photoshop software, LOD and LOQ were calculated 0.0171 Mµ and 0.0517 Mµ, and RSD was obtained in the range of 0.12 ٪ to 17 0.17 for n = 5, which shows the good accuracy of this method. Also in this study, the potential of the proposed method as a low cost and fast colorimetric method for dopamine determination in real samples including human blood serum was shown.

Earth-to-air Heat Exchanger for Cooling Applications in a Hot and Dry Climate: Numerical and Experimental Study

Authors

A Albarghooth,A Ramiar,R Ramyar

Journal

International Journal of Engineering

Published Date

2023/1/1

Shallow geothermal energy, by an earth-to-air heat exchanger (EAHE), is utilized to cool buildings with minimal energy usage. Significant parameters affecting the heat exchanger's performance must be investigated to obtain a suitable design. Shallow geothermal energy, by an earth-to-air heat exchanger (EAHE), is utilized to cool buildings with minimal energy usage. Significant parameters affecting the heat exchanger's performance must be investigated to obtain a suitable design. This article numerically and experimentally investigates the effect of pipe diameter, pipe length, inlet air temperature, soil temperature, airflow velocity, and soil thermal conductivity on the performance of the heat exchanger under hot and dry climate conditions. The soil temperature distribution was measured from the surface to a depth of 7 m in the city of Karbala (center of Iraq) in the summer season. The experimental test for EAHE was carried out in water-saturated soil and ambient air temperatures of 41 ºC, 45 ºC, and 49.5 ºC at four different velocities. The percentage drop in the EAHE outlet air temperature at 9 m/s was 28.3%, 25.5%, and 19.5%, respectively. Also, the three-dimensional model was created, and the simulation results were compared with the experimental results, which were in good agreement. An equation for the outlet air temperature was found as a function of pipe diameter and length, ambient air temperature, soil temperature around the pipe, and soil thermal conductivity. The resulted equation were compared with the current experimental results and experimental results of reported data inliterature. As a result, a very good agreement was …

Numerical investigation of ternary particle separation in a microchannel with a wall-mounted obstacle using dielectrophoresis

Authors

Reza Derakhshan,Ali Bozorgzadeh,Abas Ramiar

Journal

Journal of Chromatography A

Published Date

2023/8/2

In recent years, microfluidic-based particle/cell manipulation techniques have catalyzed significant advances in several fields of science. As an efficient, precise, and label-free particle/cell manipulation technique, dielectrophoresis (DEP) has recently attracted widespread attention. This paper presents the design and investigation of a straight sheathless 3D microchannel with a wall-mounted trapezoidal obstacle for continuous-flow separation of three different populations of polystyrene (PS) particles (5, 10 and 20 µm) using DEP. An OpenFOAM code is developed to simulate and investigate the movement of particles in the microchannel. Then, the code is validated by performing various experimental tests using a microdevice previously fabricated in our lab. By comparing the numerical simulation results with the experimental tests, it can be claimed that the newly developed solver is highly accurate, and its results …

Design and numerical investigation of a circular microchannel for particle/cell separation using dielectrophoresis

Authors

Reza Derakhshan,Amirhosein Ghasemi,Reza Moradi,Abas Ramiar

Journal

Advanced Powder Technology

Published Date

2023/7/1

Precisely separating particles/cells with different sizes and physical properties has been an interest for point-of-care diagnostics and personalized treatment. Dielectrophoresis (DEP) is widely known as a powerful and non-invasive technique to separate particles and cells. This paper presents a comprehensive numerical investigation of particle/cell separation in circular microchannels using DEP. First, the geometrical parameters of the circular microchannel affecting DEP force are determined by performing an analytical solution. Then, by developing a solver in OpenFOAM, the effect of these parameters on particles deflection is investigated. According to the results, two different circular microchannels are presented to investigate the continuous separation of bio-particles (based on their physical properties) and polystyrene particles (based on their size). The results showed that a minimum voltage of 7, 9, and 12 V is …

Diagnostics Devices for Improving the World: μPADs Integrated with Smartphone for Colorimetric Detection of Dopamine

Authors

F Ghorbani Valikchali,M Rahimnejad,A Ramiar,M Ezoji

Journal

International Journal of Engineering

Published Date

2022/9/1

In recent years, microfluidic paper-based analytical devices (μPADs ) were used; becuase of their low cost, ease of use, low sample consumption and reagent, and portability, specially in developing countries. In this research, colorimetric detection of dopamine (DA) was proposed on fast, simple, sensitive and low-cost μPADs, which is fabricated by using laser cutting technique. In paper-based microfluidic systems, wax printing is commonly used to create a hydrophobic barrier, but in this study, labels were used for the first time to create hydrophobic barriers due to their cost-effectiveness and easy access. Also in this study, the effect of various parameters on the performance improvement of developed μPADs such as DA volume, reaction time, drying time and volume ratio of ferric ion to DA was investigated. The results showed that the presence of DA made the red color bolder and a quantitative amount of DA was obtained by taking pictures of colored areas with a smartphone. Finally, after drawing the calibration curve, the limit of detection value 0.1 μM was defined.

Numerical investigation of continuous acoustic particle separation using electrothermal pumping in a point of care microfluidic device

Authors

Amirhosein Ghasemi,Abas Ramiar

Journal

Chemical Engineering and Processing-Process Intensification

Published Date

2022/6/1

Acoustic microfluidics has many advantages; however, the method has an integration limitation due to the pumping mechanism in which fluids could only be pumped using equipment which lays outside the whole system. This limits the footprint of the microfluidic network to have integrated devices. In this study, a new solver is developed in open-source code Open-FOAM to apply dielectrophoresis, electrothermal and standing-surface-acoustic-waves force to the fluid and particles. This study presents a novel pumping mechanism for acoustic microfluidics utilizing electrothermal force. The pumping section not only creates forward movement, but also focuses the particles in the middle of the micro-channel removing the need for a separate IDT module for particle focusing. The new configuration of electrodes increases fluid velocity up to 400% in comparison with conventional electrodes arrangement. The new …

Thermal study of clogging during filament-based material extrusion additive manufacturing: experimental–numerical study

Authors

Zahra Taheri,Ali Karimnejad Esfahani,Abas Ramiar

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2022/4

One of the major drawbacks of material extrusion additive manufacturing (AM) is hot-end clogging. This study aims to answer the question, “How clogging happens and what thermal conditions lead to clogging during filament-based material extrusion?” Answering this question requires a clear understanding of temperature distribution inside the liquefier. However, this could not be achieved only through experimental measurements. Therefore, numerical simulations were also carried out by developing a 3D finite volume model of the hot-end. The results obtained from numerical simulations show good agreement with experimental measurements. They also give us a detailed picture of the temperature gradient near the nozzle. A series of experiments were performed to determine at what thermal conditions clogging occurs, and some criteria for avoiding clogging were presented. The temperature distribution of those …

Efficiency improvement of vertical solar stills–A review

Authors

Mohammadreza Abbaspour,Abas Ramiar,Qadir Esmaili

Published Date

2022/3/15

Freshwater scarcity has become a significant problem for people around the world nowadays. Different desalination methods such as RO, MED and MSF have been used for producing fresh and healthy water. Solar still is one of the easiest and least expensive methods to produce freshwater by solar energy. In general, the efficiency of conventional solar still is low, and for this purpose, different types of solar stills have been designed and built to overcome this drawback, one of which is the vertical solar still (VSS). This type of solar still has a high production capacity. The maximum amount of production obtained with this type of device in recent years is between 4.88 (Kg m 2 d a y) for single effect and 5.78 L m-2 h-1 for multi-effect solar still. In this paper, methods used in the literature to improve vertical solar still efficiency are reviewed. The improvement methods are categorized based on the four major sections in …

Numerical simulation of the polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells with intermediate blocked interdigitated flow fields

Authors

Fatemeh Bagherighajari,Abbas Ramiar,Mohammadmahdi Abdollahzadehsangroudi,José Carlos Páscoa,Paulo J Oliveira

Journal

International Journal of Energy Research

Published Date

2022/9

The main purpose of this paper is to study fuel cell performance using an interdigitated flow field with intermediate channel blocks on the cathode side. Application of an intermediate block in the middle of the interdigitated flow channel is a very new idea aimed at increasing the performance of polymer membrane fuel cells, which in practice result in novel arrangements of interdigitated flow channels. A middle block is desirable because the change in flow channel is minimal, the cost of fabricating bipolar plates does not increase, and it leads to an increase in the transfer rate of reactants into the gas diffusion layer due to enhanced over‐rib flow pattern and direction. In this work, a three‐dimensional, isothermal, and two‐phase model is used to simulate the performance of such fuel cells. The polarization curves, the distribution of reactants on the cathode side, the distribution of liquid water, and the induced …

Continuous size-based DEP separation of particles using a bi-gap electrode pair

Authors

Reza Derakhshan,Abas Ramiar,Amirhosein Ghasemi

Journal

Analyst

Published Date

2022

A novel microfluidic device containing a bi-gap electrode pair is presented in this paper, and it is capable of continuously separating three different populations of particles using dielectrophoresis. A mixture of 5, 10, and 20 μm polystyrene particles is focused by a sheath flow and then separated based on size after flowing over a bi-gap electrode pair. A new solver is developed in OpenFOAM to investigate the effects of various parameters such as the flow rate, gaps, and electrode pair angles to achieve an appropriate configuration of the bi-gap electrode pair for efficient particle separation. Based on the numerical simulation results, three different configurations of bi-gap electrode pairs are fabricated. The paths of three populations of polystyrene particles under various operating conditions are experimentally examined and compared with numerical results. Then, by examining the purity of the separated particles …

Thermal and rheological investigation of non-Newtonian fluids in an induced-charge electroosmotic micromixer

Authors

Mohammad Alipanah,Mobina Hatami,Abas Ramiar

Journal

European Journal of Mechanics-B/Fluids

Published Date

2021/7/1

Microfluidic devices have drawn many researchers in the various fields of area such as biomedical diagnostics, biological and chemical analysis. Among these applications, micromixing has a prominent impact on the efficiency and sensitivity of microfluidic devices. In this study, an induced-charge electroosmotic solver with the presence of Joule heating effects has been developed in the open-source code package, OpenFOAM, to investigate the rheological effects of non-Newtonian fluids in a trapezoidal micromixer. The mathematical model and the developed solver are validated with existing data in the literature and the effects of micromixer geometry, various applied DC electric potential, rheological effects of fluid and the heat transfer are studied to attain an efficient micromixer. Results show that the proposed micromixer offers the advantages of high mixing efficiency with a high flow rate in comparison to other …

Magnetic bubbles dynamics and heat transfer characteristics under influence of non-uniform magnetic fields

Authors

MM Larimi,A Ramiar,H Ramyar,Hamid Kazemi Moghadam

Journal

Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science

Published Date

2021/12

The computational study of transient immiscible and incompressible two-phase flows is one of the most common and desirable way for investigation of engineering phenomena and physics science. In the previous studies, generally bubbles current have been used as an active method for increasing heat transfer, however, due to existence of hydraulic boundary layers, the bubbles were not able to cross over this layer to thinning the thermal boundary layer and consequently the efficiency of this method was not very considerable. In this study, by considering potential of magnetic field, the effect of co-applying of external non uniform magnetic field and magnetic bubbles in enhancing the heat transfer efficiency in a 3-D tube has been investigated. The computational model consisted of the Navier–Stokes equation for liquid phase and VOF model for interface tracking are carried out by OpenFOAM. The external …

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What is Abas Ramiar's h-index at Babol Noshirvani University of Technology?

The h-index of Abas Ramiar has been 22 since 2020 and 26 in total.

What are Abas Ramiar's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Improving vertical solar still performance for efficient Desalination: Investigating the influence of Wick, condensate plate and device dimensions

Investigation of a novel ‘cavity-added square wave’microchannel for elasto-inertial focusing and negative magnetophoretic separation of particles

Investigation of Visco-rheological Properties of Polymeric Fluid on Electrothermal Pumping

The Effect of Magnetic Field on Non-deposition of Nanoparticles in Microchannels Using Euler-Lagrange Method

Analyzing the Impact of a Curved Stator on the Performance of a Savonius Wind Turbine using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Predicting the neck size in the fused filament fabrication process

Development of a hybrid acousto-inertial microfluidic platform for the separation of CTCs from neutrophil

Numerical and experimental analysis of drug inhalation in realistic human upper airway model

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are the top articles of Abas Ramiar at Babol Noshirvani University of Technology.

What are Abas Ramiar's research interests?

The research interests of Abas Ramiar are: CFD, Convection, Radiation, Heat transfer, Fuel cell

What is Abas Ramiar's total number of citations?

Abas Ramiar has 2,199 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abas Ramiar?

The co-authors of Abas Ramiar are S. Majid Rahgoshay.

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