Mohammad O Hamdan
Mohammad O Hamdan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates
In 2003, Dr. Mohammad O. Hamdanreceived his PhD in the Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cincinnati in theUSA. He received his MS and BSc in the Mechanical Engineering from Jordan University of Science and Technology in 1999 and 1997, respectively. Currently, he isan Assistant professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the United Arab Emirates University in UAE. In late 2003, Dr. Hamdan joined Honeywell International in California as a Senior Design Engineer to analyze and evaluate the structure integrity of aircraftheat-exchanger under different thermal fatigue loads. In 2005, Dr. Hamdan moved to General Electric Research Center in New York and worked on thermal-energy management and on developing different creative solutions for different GE’s products including gas-turbine, blade cooling, nacelle thermal managements, and electronics cooling.
Dr. Hamdan is an active researcher in the area of Energy and Thermal Management. His research interests include renewable energy, solar tower, flow visualization, heat augmentation, synthetic jet, swirl cooling, micro-channel flow, phase change, loop heat pipe, vortex tube cooling, porous media, and combustion.Dr. Hamdan published more than 38articles in multiple international journals and conferences. He served as editor for special edition for Renewable Energy Journal and Journal of Applied Mechanical Engineering.
Dimple augmented heat transfer, synthetic jet, swirl cooling, micro-channel, heat pipe, loop heat pipe, and porous media. My methodology is experimentally investigate such thermal technologies and work on modification utilizing validated CFD analysis.