Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki

Doctoral Student at Marine Technology

Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad is a Ph.D. student at the division of Marine Technology. He has a background in Fluid Mechanics with the focus on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). His Ph.D. project focuses on the computational modeling of cavitating flows with the aim to investigate the hydrodynamic mechanisms of cavitation erosion.

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Showing 7 publications

2019

A comparative study between numerical methods in simulation of cavitating bubbles

Ebrahim Ghahramani, Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, Rickard Bensow
International Journal of Multiphase Flow. Vol. 111, p. 339-359
Journal article
2019

Numerical and experimental investigation of shedding mechanisms from leading-edge cavitation

Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, Ali Amini, Mohamed Farhat et al
International Journal of Multiphase Flow. Vol. 119, p. 123-143
Journal article
2018

Realizability improvements to a hybrid mixture-bubble model for simulation of cavitating flows

Ebrahim Ghahramani, Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, Rickard Bensow
Computers and Fluids. Vol. 174, p. 135-143
Journal article
2018

Experimental and Numerical Investigation of the Cavitating Flows over a Modified NACA0009 Foil

Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, Ali Amini, Rickard Bensow et al
Paper in proceedings
2017

A HYBRID MODEL FOR SIMULATION OF CAVITATING FLOWS

Ebrahim Ghahramani, Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki, Rickard Bensow
12th OpenFOAM® Workshop
Paper in proceedings

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2015–2019

Development and experimental validation of computational models for cavitating flows, surface erosion damage and material loss (CaFE)

Rickard Bensow Marine Technology
Ebrahim Ghahramani Marine Technology
Mohammad Hossein Arabnejad Khanouki Marine Technology
European Commission (Horizon 2020)

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