Next Generation of Clean Pipeline Technology for Energy Transport

This is a multi-university interdisciplinary project that aims at developing a new pipeline technology for transport of oil products at a lower cost and environmental footprint. An innovative pipeline flow manipulation technology is currently pursued to reduce pressure drop, and thus lower work requirements for energy transport, lower the wall friction, which reduces the corrosion and erosion of pipes, and increase mixing, which lowers the risk of slur formation and blockage in pipelines.

Climate Change, Technology and Policy

Arman Hemmati

Event

Benchmark Study of RANS Turbulence Modeling of Pipeflow Past Square Bar Roughness

Arman Hemmati, Shubham Goswami

Conference Proceedings

Characterization of the wake of large depth-ratio cylinders at low Reynolds numbers

Arash Zargar

Masters Thesis

Evolution of turbulent pipeflow recovery over a square bar roughtness element over a range of Reynolds numbers

Arman Hemmati, Shubham Goswami

Scholarly Refereed Journal

Implications of Reynolds number on recovery of turbulent pipeflow with targeted wall shapes

Mehran Masoumifar

Masters Thesis

Non-Newtonian effects in pipeflow with square bar roughness at moderate Reynolds numbers

Arman Hemmati, Shubham Goswami

Scholarly Refereed Journal

Performance of Overset Mesh in modelling generic wakes for underwater swimming

Arman Hemmati, Suyash Verma

Conference Proceedings

Performance of Turbulence models in modeling pipe flow with small perturbations at a range of Reynolds numbers

Arman Hemmati, Suyash Verma, Mehran Masoumifar

Scholarly Refereed Journal

Performance of turbulence models in simulating wind loads on Photovoltaics modules

Arman Hemmati

Scholarly Refereed Journal

Recovery of viscoelastic turbulent pipeflow past square bar roughness

Arman Hemmati, Shubham Goswami

Conference Proceedings

Response and recovery of turbulent pipeflow past square bar roughness elements

Shubham Goswami

Masters Thesis

The Response of Modified Turbulent Pipe-Flow Targeting Distinct Fourier Modes at a Range of Reynolds Numbers.

Arman Hemmati, Suyash Verma, Mehran Masoumifar

Conference Proceedings

The effect of depth-ratio on the wake of long-rectangular cylinders

Arman Hemmati, Arash Zargar

Scholarly Refereed Journal

The effect of multiple square bar roughness in reducing drag in pipeflow at high Reynolds numbers

Arman Hemmati, Shubham Goswami

Scholarly Refereed Journal

The effect of single dielectric barrier discharge actuators in controlling flow over an Ahmed body

Arman Hemmati, Arash Zargar

Scholarly Refereed Journal

The recovery of turbulent pipeflow dynamics depend on the targeted wall geometries at high Reynolds number

Arman Hemmati, Suyash Verma, Mehran Masoumifar

Scholarly Refereed Journal

The response of turbulent pipeflow to targeted wall changes for viscous flows

Arman Hemmati, Suyash Verma, Mehran Masoumifar

Scholarly Refereed Journal

Unsteadiness in the wake of a long wall-mounted cylinder at high angles of incident

Arman Hemmati, Arash Zargar

Conference Proceedings