I am a research assistant working in the research group of Professor M.R. Rahimpour at Shiraz University. My MS degree was in the advanced chemical engineering. The MS thesis was on the experimental investigation and thermodynamic modeling of adsorptive gas separation by utilizing zeolites with the focus on the elimination of nitrogen from natural gas under supervision of Professor M. Mofarahi. Currently, I am working on the catalytic reactors with the focus on the numerical simulations, catalyst synthesis and characterization, and multi-functional reactors. However, thermodynamic modeling of physical properties and processes are of my interests. Up until now, I have had contribution in scientific papers and books on the adsorption of gases, mathematical modeling of energy efficient multi-functional chemical reactors, physical property estimation, and bio-olefin/bio-gasoline production from biomass.
A CFD Modeling to Investigate the Impact of Flow Mal-distribution on the Performance of Industrial Methanol Synthesis Reactor