Arash is a research associate within the Thermofluids Division of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Imperial College London. He has a degree in Mechanical Engineering and an MSc in Automotive Engineering. Arash received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering (Computational Thermofluids) from University College London (UCL) where he developed computational frameworks with applications to advanced gaseous-fuelled propulsion systems. He also conducted postdoctoral research on modelling flash-boiling liquid fuel sprays at UCL. In 2016 he moved to Imperial College to continue his research mainly on advanced low/zero carbon propulsion systems and aerodynamics. Arash develops mathematical models and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) techniques to study compressible flows (such as under-expanded jets and hypersonic flows), multiphase flows (such as: cavitating, flash-boiling and trans/supercritical flows), and combustion. He is also contributing to the development of the next generation of low carbon internal combustion (IC) engines as part of an EPSRC funded project and in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).
Hamzehloo A, Aleiferis P, 2018, LES and RANS Modelling of Under-Expanded Jets with Application to Gaseous Fuel Direct Injection for Advanced Propulsion Systems, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, ISSN:0142-727X
et al., 2018, Numerical modelling of fuel spray formation and collapse from multi-hole injectors under flash-boiling conditions, Fuel, Vol:221, ISSN:0016-2361, Pages:518-541
et al., 2016, AN APPROACH TO MODELING FLASH-BOILING FUEL SPRAYS FOR DIRECT-INJECTION SPARK-IGNITION ENGINES , Atomization and Sprays, Vol:26, ISSN:1044-5110, Pages:1197-1239
Hamzehloo A, Aleiferis PG, 2016, Gas dynamics and flow characteristics of highly turbulent under-expanded hydrogen and methane jets under various nozzle pressure ratios and ambient pressures, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol:41, ISSN:0360-3199, Pages:6544-6566
Hamzehloo A, Aleiferis PG, 2016, Numerical modelling of transient under-expanded jets under different ambient thermodynamic conditions with adaptive mesh refinement, International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol:61, ISSN:0142-727X, Pages:711-729