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Dr. M. Mahabat Khan (PhD University of Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France)

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR/HOD MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
QUALIFICATION
Ph.D. Computational Fluid Dynamics Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France 2014
MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering University of Leeds, UK 2009
BE Mechatronics Engineering Air University, Islamabad, Pakistan 2007
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) Since – 2019
Assistant Professor Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST) 2015 – 2019
INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE
Advanced Development Engineer Continental Automotive France SAS, Advanced System Engineering 2010 – 2014
Research Scholar University of Leeds, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering 2009 – 2010
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES
Registered Engineer Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)
HONORS & AWARDS
1. Research Grant (2009 to 2010) – Research grant of ₤20,000 at University of Leeds, UK was awarded for by Continental Automotive, France for developing post processing methodology for turbulent flows in engines.
2. Research Grant (2010 to 2013) – The research project of MAGIE (Modélisation et Approche Générique de l’Injection Essence at Continental Automotive France with a total budget of € 2.3 million.
3. Outstanding Reviewer of the year 2017 for International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer
RESEARCH AREAS / INTERESTS

1. Heat transfer enhancement, Latent thermal energy storages, Phase change materials, Large Eddy simulations, Turbulent flows, Atomization and sprays, Multiphase flows, Particulate flows, Engine combustion, experimental and computational fluid dynamics.

RESEARCH PROJECTS
1. Proper Orthogonal Decomposition of Turbulent flow in EngineContinental Automotive France SAS 2009 – 2010
2. MAGIE, Government of France 2010 – 2013
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. L. A. Khan, M. M. Khan, “Role of orientation of fins in performance enhancement of a latent thermal energy storage unit”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2020, Vol 175.
2. L. Hussain, M. M. Khan, “Passive control of vortex shedding and drag reduction in laminar flow across circular cylinder using wavy wall channel”, Fluid Dynamics, 2020, Vol 55 (5).
3. R. Sabir, M. M. Khan, N. A. Sheikh, IU Ahad, D. Brabazon, “Assessment of thermo-hydraulic performance of inward dimpled tubes with variation in angular orientations”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2020, vol 170.
4. M. M. Khan, J. Hélie, M. Gorokhovski, “Computational methodology for non-evaporating spray in quiescent chamber using Large Eddy Simulation”, International Journal of Multiphase Flow, 2018, 102, 102-118
5. A. Ayub, N. A. Sheikh, R. Tariq, M. M. Khan , C. M. Invernizzi, “Exergetic Optimization and Comparison of Combined Gas Turbine Supercritical CO2 Power Cycles”, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 2018, 10(4).
6. M. M. Khan , N. A. Sheikh, A. Khalid, W. A. Lughmani, “Experimental characterization of sprays under highly evaporating conditions” Heat and Mass Transfer, 2018, 54(5), 1531-1543
7. E. Khalid, S. Manzoor, N. A. Sheikh, M. Ali, H. M. Ali, M. M. Khan., “Numerical Investigation of Transient Response of a Coupled Two Degrees of Freedom Symmetric Airfoil before Flutter”, International journal of Aeroacoustics, 2018, 17 (3), 275-294
8. M. M. Khan, J. Hélie, M. Gorokhovski, N. A. Sheikh, “Experimental and Numerical study of Flash Boiling in Gasoline Direct Injection Sprays”, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2017, 123, 377-389
9. M. M. Khan, N. A. Sheikh, “Experimental characterization of sprays under highly evaporating conditions,” Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 2017, 31(4), 2015-2022
10. M. M. Khan, J. Helie, M. Gorokhovski, N. A. Sheikh, “Air Entrainment in Multi hole Gasoline Direct Injection Sprays”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, 2017, Volume 10 (4), 1223-1234
11. M. Ali, M. H. Iqbal, N. A. Sheikh, H. M. Ali, S. Manzoor, M. M. Khan “Performance investigation of air velocity effects on PV modules under controlled conditions”, International Journal of Photoenergy, 2017, 2017, 1-10
12. M. R. Bhatti, N. A. Sheikh, S. Manzoor, M. M. Khan, “Numerical studies of Hydrogen Peroxide Thermal Decomposition in a Shock Tube using OpenFOAM”, Journal of Thermal Science, 2017, 26(3)
13. M. M. Khan and N. A. Sheikh, “Identification and characterization of coherent structures in gasoline injector nozzle flow using proper orthogonal decomposition”, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 2016, 30(8), 3673-3680
14. J. Hélie, M. M. Khan, M. Gorokhovski, “Large eddy simulation of a turbulent spray jet generated by high-pressure injection: impact of the in-nozzle flow”, Journal of Turbulence, 2016, 17(9), 823-846
15. N. A. Sheikh, S. Manzoor, M. M. Khan, M. Ali, “Hydrodynamic description of a vibrofluidized granular bed driven at high frequency”, The European Physical Journal Applied Physics, 2016 75(3)
16. Abbas, Q., Khan, M. M., Sabir, R., Khan, Y. M., & Koreshi, Z. U. (2010). Numerical simulation and experimental verification of air flow through a heated pipe. Int. J. Mechanical Mechatronics Eng, 10(2), 7-12.
CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
1. A. Ayub, N. A. Sheikh, R. Tariq, M. M. Khan “Thermodynamic Optimization of Air Bottoming Cycle for Waste Heat Recovery”, Energy Systems for Sustainable development, Lahore, 2018.
2. M.M. Khan, J. Helie, N. Lamarque, J. Chesnel, N. Lu, “Large Eddy Simulations for atomization and spray”, LES4ICE– Rueil-Malmaison, Paris, France, 2014.
3. M. M. Khan, J. Helie, M. Gorokhovski, et. al, “Numerical analysis of multihole Gasoline Direct Injection sprays”, International Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems – Heidelberg, Germany, 2012
4. M. M. Khan, J. Helie, A. A. Burluka, “POD application for the flow characterization at the exit of a gasoline nozzle at low pressure”, European Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems – Estoril, Portugal, 2011

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