Dr Sina Haeri
James Weir Lecturer
James Weir Fluids Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1XJ, UK
Dr Haeri is a Lecturer in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department at Strathclyde University. He also is a member of Institute of Mechanical Engineers (MIMechE) and a Fellow of Higher Education Agency (FHEA). He is an expert in fluid flow computer simulations with application to dispersed flows. He has formal training both in Engineering (PhD University of Southampton, MSc with Distinction) and Computer Science (MSc with Distinction, University of Warwick). He has a track record in simulation of particulate and granular flows, turbulence modelling external flows. He has collaborations with DEM Solution and has previously worked with Victrex, Vestas UK and Rolls-Royce (through EPSRC Projects).
International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 40 (2012) 38–55
Journal of Computational Physics, 237 (2013) 21–45
Journal of Computational Physics, 287 (2015) 1–17
Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 792 (2016) 526-552
Powder Technology, 306 (2017) 45–54
Particle/fluid and granular (dry particle) flow systems are encountered in a wide spectrum of industrial and environmental applications ranging from pharmaceutical to aerospace industries to air pollution forecast and control. I investigate these systems at both fundamental and applied levels using high fidelity numerical simulations. To study the multi-physics and multi-scale phenomena that are encountered in these systems I use state-of-the-art research software and run simulations on national and local HPC facilities. I have also significant experience in development of turbulence models and aero-acoustics. I am currently working on the following projects.