Heat and Fluids

The department of Heat and Fluids is active in different technical areas such as heat transfer, experimental and numerical nanofluids, renewable energies, fuel and combustion, thermo-exergetic analysis of the integrated energy production cycles, and micro and macro computational fluid dynamics. Thermodynamics, Fluid flow, heat transfer, and Combustion Technology are the correspondence laboratories of the department. The scientific members and postgraduate students have proceeded with the novel, fundamental/industrial postgraduate projects. Multidisciplinary projects are also welcomed for postgraduation candidates. Working with ANSYS, OpenFoam, MATLAB, and SSE software, the students of the department achieve the ability to develop the technical and academic aspects of novel projects. One of the objectives of the department is to develop the academic idea for industrial and trade aspects.