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Muhammad Saeed
Muhammad Saeed
Abu Dhabi Maritime Academy (ADMA)
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Heat transfer enhancement using nanofluids (Al2O3-H2O) in mini-channel heatsinks
M Saeed, MH Kim
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 120, 671-682, 2018
1052018
Thermal and hydraulic performance of SCO2 PCHE with different fin configurations
M Saeed, MH Kim
Applied thermal engineering 127, 975-985, 2017
812017
Thermal-hydraulic analysis of sinusoidal fin-based printed circuit heat exchangers for supercritical CO2 Brayton cycle
M Saeed, MH Kim
Energy Conversion and Management 193, 124-139, 2019
642019
Design optimization and performance analysis of a supercritical carbon dioxide recompression Brayton cycle based on the detailed models of the cycle components
M Saeed, S Khatoon, MH Kim
Energy conversion and management 196, 242-260, 2019
422019
Aerodynamic performance analysis of an airborne wind turbine system with NREL Phase IV rotor
M Saeed, MH Kim
Energy conversion and management 134, 278-289, 2017
412017
Effect of printed circuit heat exchanger’s different designs on the performance of supercritical carbon dioxide Brayton cycle
M Saeed, AS Berrouk, MS Siddiqui, AA Awais
Applied Thermal Engineering 179, 115758, 2020
402020
Analysis of a recompression supercritical carbon dioxide power cycle with an integrated turbine design/optimization algorithm
M Saeed, MH Kim
Energy 165, 93-111, 2018
402018
Numerical investigation of thermal and hydraulic characteristics of sCO2-water printed circuit heat exchangers with zigzag channels
M Saeed, AS Berrouk, MS Siddiqui, AA Awais
Energy Conversion and Management 224, 113375, 2020
392020
Numerical study on thermal hydraulic performance of water cooled mini-channel heat sinks
M Saeed, MH Kim
International journal of refrigeration 69, 147-164, 2016
382016
Airborne wind turbine shell behavior prediction under various wind conditions using strongly coupled fluid structure interaction formulation
M Saeed, MH Kim
Energy Conversion and Management 120, 217-228, 2016
382016
A comparative study between partitioned and monolithic methods for the problems with 3D fluid-structure interaction of blood vessels
ST Ha, LC Ngo, M Saeed, BJ Jeon, H Choi
Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 31, 281-287, 2017
322017
Header design approaches for mini-channel heatsinks using analytical and numerical methods
M Saeed, MH Kim
Applied Thermal Engineering 110, 1500-1510, 2017
302017
CFD aided design and analysis of a precooler with zigzag channels for supercritical CO2 power cycle
M Saeed, AA Awais, AS Berrouk
Energy Conversion and Management 236, 114029, 2021
242021
Blade profile optimization of kaplan turbine using CFD analysis
AB Janjua, MS Khalil, M Saeed
Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering & Technology 32 (4), 2013
202013
Performance analysis of the supercritical carbon dioxide re-compression brayton cycle
MS Salim, M Saeed, MH Kim
Applied Sciences 10 (3), 1129, 2020
152020
Numerical investigation of the thermohydraulic characteristics of microchannel heat sinks using supercritical CO2 as a coolant
M Saeed, AS Berrouk, MS AlShehhi, YF AlWahedi
The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 176, 105306, 2021
132021
Performance of Supercritical CO2 Power Cycle and Its Turbomachinery with the Printed Circuit Heat Exchanger with Straight and Zigzag Channels
M Saeed, K Alawadi, SC Kim
Energies 14 (1), 62, 2021
132021
Reduced order model of offshore wind turbine wake by proper orthogonal decomposition
MS Siddiqui, STM Latif, M Saeed, M Rahman, AW Badar, SM Hasan
International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow 82, 108554, 2020
132020
A newly proposed supercritical carbon dioxide Brayton cycle configuration to enhance energy sources integration capability
M Saeed, MH Kim
Energy 239, 121868, 2022
122022
A numerical investigation to analyze effect of turbulence and ground clearance on the performance of a roof top vertical–axis wind turbine
MS Siddiqui, MH Khalid, R Zahoor, FS Butt, M Saeed, AW Badar
Renewable Energy 164, 978-989, 2021
122021
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