King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
Dr. Ahmed Elwardany Received his BSc and MSc from the Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University at Egypt in 2005 and 2009, respectively. He also worked as Teaching and Research Assistant. He then moved to UK in June 2009 and obtained his PhD in March 2012 from Centre for Automotive Engineering, University of Brighton. The traditional and future fuels include more than one component. He developed zero-dimensional in-house codes during PhD using FORTRAN programming language. These codes were validated against experimental data for direct measurements of droplet temperature. He also implemented these models into ANSYS FLUENT CFD code using UDFs and applied them to fuel spray and engine-geometry cases. He was a post-doctoral-fellow for six months (the end of the project) in University of Brighton. In July 2012, he joined Clean Combustion Research Centre in King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) and he is measuring kinetics targets (ignition delay times, species time-histories and reaction rates) for pure and surrogates components of fuels. Then he moved to Computational Reacting Flow Laboratory (CRFL) in KAUST and mainly focuses on modeling of low grade and alternative fuels, spray and combustion modeling in advanced internal combustion engines.
ï· Numerical simulation of spray combustion in IC engines by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) ï· Validation of CFD results against the experiment, and by development of in-house zero-dimensional codes ï· HCCI and CAI combustion ï· Alternative fuels (ethanol, bio-diesel fuels) with additives. ï· Chemical kinetics and laser diagnostics using shock tubes ï· Piston aero-engines
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