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Dr.Mamdouh Assad Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki, Finland

Research Interests:

  • Renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy and exergy analysis, evaporative cooling, energy conversion systems and industrial ventilation.

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1990: B. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey 1992: M. Sc. in Nuclear Engineering Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey 1998: Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering Helsinki University of Technology, Helsinki, Finland Major subject: Thermal Engineering, minor subject: Power Plant Engineering
1994-2014: working as research scientist at Aalto University (Finland) 2006-2014: working as docent at Aalto University (Finland) 2014-2015: Associate professor at Australian College of Kuwait 2014-2015: Head of Mechanical Engineering Department
1- Applications of nanotechnology in membrane distillation: A review study, Desalination and Water Treatment (2020). 2- Investigation of an integrated system combining an Organic Rankine Cycle and absorption chiller driven by geothermal energy: Energy, exergy, and economic analyses and optimization, Journal of Cleaner Production (2020). 3- Thermal conductivity modeling of nanofluids with ZnO particles by using approaches based on artificial neural network and MARS, Journal of Thermal Applications and Calorimetry (2020). 4- Comparative review of three approaches to biofuel production from energy crops as feedstock in a developing country, Bioresource Technology Report (2020). 5- Performance Improvement of a Double Pipe Heat Exchanger Proposed in a Small-Scale CAES System: An Innovative Design, Applied Thermal Engineering (2019). 6- Enhancing the performance of automotive radiators using nanofluids, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2019). 7- Plasmonic Metaparticles on a Blackbody Create Vivid Reflective Colors for Naked‐Eye Environmental and Clinical Biodetection, Advanced Materials (2018). 8- Performance of geothermal power plants (single, dual, and binary) to compensate for LHC-CERN power consumption: comparative study, Geothermal Energy (2018).
Salinity Power, Hamburg, Germany, March 2002. Salinity Power, Helsinki, Finland, June 2002. Salinity Power, Lisbon, Portugal, October 2002. Salinity Power, Lillehammer, Norway, January 2003. Salinity Power, Trondheim, Norway, May 2003. Salinity Power, Hamburg, Germany, September 2003. Salinity Power, Helsinki, Finland, February 2004. Salinity Power, Lisbon, Portugal, May 2004.
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