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Aerospace Research will continue to play a vital role in supporting the industry through a historic recovery while shaping the future of flight. Aerodynamics is the branch of inventing the future of flight, lifting people up and bringing them home safely. My research interests focus principally on Aerodynamics, Turbulence Modelling, Turbomachines, High Speed Flows, Aircraft Design and Green Energy. In the area of aerodynamics, my research work focuses on the efficient aerodynamic design of aircraft wings, improving the turbine blade efficiency and reducing heat and drag for high-speed vehicles. Future research will be focusing on developing technologies to improve aerodynamic, aero-acoustic and thermal performance for aircrafts flying in various flow regimes. Furthermore, it will focus on developing the technology for the next generation of BWB aircraft. Experimental and numerical approaches are used as research methodologies to perform the research objectives, such as wind tunnel tests and computational solvers, respectively. In the area of Thermofluids, my research work focuses on the ways of improving the aerodynamic performance of turbomachines’ blades (liquid & gas) such as transverse horizontal axis water turbines (THAWT), marine propeller, axial flow compressors, gas turbine and helicopter propeller. In the area of renewable energy, my research work focuses on the alternative resources of green and clean energy such as biofuels, biogasoline, tidal energy and wave energy. In addition, some active research topics in aerodynamics cover the aerodynamic performance of hyper-loop pod at supersonic speed, vacuum-tube-train, hypersonic re-entry vehicles and MAV’s. Advanced computational approaches such as LES, DES, DDED and RANS methods are implemented to be used for solving the prior mentioned aerodynamics problems.


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