Texas A&M University at Qatar
Reza Sadr completed his Doctor of Philosophy, Mechanical Engineering, University of Utah, 2002. Master of Science, Aerospace Engineering, Carleton University, Canada, 1996. Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering (Thermo Fluids), Iran University of Science, 1992 .
Research interests include experimental techniques in thermo/fluid science with focused on nano/micro-fluids, turbulent multiphase flows, and optical diagnostic techniques development. Micro- and nano-scale fluid mechanics and heat transfer, Brownian Dynamics and particle-fluid interaction, Atmospheric turbulence studies, Sprays and Particle-laden flows, Electro-Osmotic Fluid mechanics at micro- and nano-scale and related surface chemistry. Experimental measurement techniques for fluid mechanics and heat transfer, Particle-Image Velocimetry (PIV), and Molecular Tagging Velocimetry (MTV), Phase Doppler Particle Analyser (PDPA)
G Yu, O Askari, F Hadi, Z Wang, H Metghalchi, K Kannaiyan and R Sadr, “Theoretical Prediction of Laminar Burning Speed and Ignition Delay Time of Gas-to-Liquid Fuel,” Journal of Energy Resources Technology, 139, 022202-1, 2017
K Kannaiyan, K Anoop and R Sadr, “Effect of Nanoparticles on the Fuel Properties and Spray Performance of Aviation Turbine Fuel,” ASME Journal of Energy Resources Technology, accepted DOI: 10.1115/1.4034858, 2017
T Zhang, J Alvarado1, J. P. Muthusamy, A Kanjirakat, R Sadr, “Heat Transfer Characteristics of Double, Triple and Hexagonally-Arranged Droplet Train Impingement Arrays,” accepted for publication International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, HMT_2016_3947_R1, 2017.