Dr .Zahra Baniamerian |Energy storage Award |Women Researcher Award

Dr .Zahra Baniamerian ,University of Nottingham,United Kingdom

Dr. Zahra Baniamerian is a distinguished academic affiliated with the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom. Specializing in [please fill in her field of expertise if available], Dr. Baniamerian has made significant contributions to her field through her research, teaching, and academic leadership. With a dedication to advancing knowledge and fostering intellectual growth, she has garnered recognition for her expertise and commitment to excellence in education and research. Dr. Baniamerian’s work embodies a passion for innovation and a deep-seated desire to make meaningful contributions to her academic community and beyond.

 

Professional Profiles:

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๐ŸŽ“ Education :

PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Conversion, K.N.Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, February 2011,MSc in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Conversion, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, September 2007m,BSc in Mechanical Engineering, Thermal and Fluid Mechanics, K.N.Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, September 2005

 

๐Ÿ’ผ Professional Summary:

Dynamic and accomplished researcher specializing in energy storage, energy systems, thermal engineering, and nanofluid technologies. Recognized leader in the field of cooling, with extensive expertise in microelectronic cooling, boiling-mode cooling, boiling fluids, multiphase flows, and convective heat transfer. Head of the Nanofluids Laboratory and an Associate Professor with a proven track record of successful research, publication, and project management.

๐Ÿ”ฌ Current Research Focus:

As a Research Fellow in Thermomechanical Energy Storage at the University of Nottingham, I focus on:

Designing and simulating Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (AA-CAES) plants to assess the effects of pressure on cost, design, and system performance.,Exploring optimal configurations for integrating wind and solar energy with various storage options such as compressed air, hydrogen, and wind-integrated energy storage.,Patenting a novel idea for using ammonia transmission as a safer alternative for commercial and residential applications.

๐Ÿข Experience:

University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom (May 2023 – Present)
Research Fellow, Thermomechanical Energy Storage,Tafresh University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tafresh (Feb 2011 – Apr 2023)
Associate Professor, Researcher, and Lecturer,AradSanat Company, Tehran (May 2005 – Feb 2011)
Director of Design and Engineering Department

๐Ÿ” Research Highlights:

Proposed a new generation of advanced nanofluids with permanent stability and enhanced enthalpy of vaporization.,Developed a novel apparatus to measure the enthalpy of evaporation of nanofluids at high pressures, a world-first achievement. ,Improved the absorption of solar radiation in solar collectors by 40% using efficient nanofluids as working fluids.

Publications:

Dr. Zahra Baniamerian has made significant contributions to various scientific journals, including:

  1. How pressure affects costs of power conversion machinery in compressed air energy storage; part I: Compressors and Expanders, Journal of Energy Storage.
  2. How pressure affects costs of power conversion machinery in compressed air energy storage; part II: Heat exchangers, Journal of Energy Storage, Volume 86, Part A, 2024.
  3. Molecular dynamics calculations of the enthalpy of vaporization for different water models, Journal of Molecular Liquids 393.
  4. Experimental assessment of energy tower’s performance: evaluation of the impacts of solar radiation, humidity, and chimney’s height on the overall efficiency, Environmental Science and Pollution Research.
  5. Effects of pressurization on the Enthalpy of vaporization for the SiO2 nanofluid, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, Vol. 25 (2023).
  6. Role of nanoparticles on critical heat flux in convective boiling of nanofluids: Nanoparticle sedimentation and Brownian motion, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Vol. 150 (2020).
  7. Semi-Analytical Modeling of Critical Heat Flux in Convective Boiling of Nanofluids, Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer.
Zahra Baniamerian |Energy storage Award |Women Researcher Award

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