Abolfazl Shiri

Forskare at Department of Shipping and Marine Technology, Hydrodynamics

Projects

2010–2014

Energy efficient Air Cavity Ships

Rickard Bensow Department of Shipping and Marine Technology, Marine Structures and Hydrodynamics
Abolfazl Shiri Department of Shipping and Marine Technology, Hydrodynamics
Swedish Energy Agency
Stena Shipping AB

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Publications

2008

Turbulent Natural Convection in a Differentially Heated Vertical Channel

Abolfazl Shiri, William K. George,
2008 ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, HT 2008; Jacksonville, FL; United States; 10 August 2008 through 14 August 2008. Vol. 1, p. 286-291
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2008

Experimental Study of the Far Field of Incompressible Swirling Jets

Abolfazl Shiri, William K. George, Jonathan W. Naughton et al
AIAA Journal. Vol. 46 (8), p. 2002-2009
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2007

Evaluation of Closure Hypotheses Using Recent Experimental Data on the Similarity Region of Swirling Jet Flow

Abolfazl Shiri, William K. George, Sara Toutiaei et al
Proceedings of the 4th Ankara International Aerospace Conference (AIAC-2007-051)
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2007

Turbulent Flow Structure in the Similarity Region of Swirling Jet

Abolfazl Shiri, Sara Toutiaei, William K. George et al
Advances in Turbulence XI, Proceedings of the 11th EUROMECH (2007), p. 471 - 473
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2005

An Experimental Study of the Far-Field of an Incompressible Swirling Jet

Abolfazl Shiri, William K. George, Jonathan W. Naughton et al
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 58th Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics. Vol. 50 (9), p. 55
Conference paper - non peer reviewed
2005

Wall shear stress measurements from oil film interferometry and laser doppler velocimetry

T. Gunnar Johansson, Faraz Mehdi, Abolfazl Shiri et al
Invited paper AIAA-2005-4673, 4th AIAA Theoretical Fluid Mechanics Meeting, Toronto, 6-9 June, 2005
Conference paper - peer reviewed