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Dr. Mohammad Mehdi Rashidi

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Qualifications 2002 Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University 1997 M.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University 1995 B.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Bu-Ali Sina University Publications (Selected) M.Z. Islama, R.N. Mondal, M.M. Rashidi, Dean-Taylor Flow with Convective Heat Transfer through a Coiled Duct, Computers & Fluids 149 (13) (2017) 41–55. S. Abelman, K.A. Selvakumaran, M.M. Rashidi, S.D. Purohit, Subordination Conditions for a Class of Non-Bazilevivc Type Defined by using Fractional q-calculus Operators, Facta Universitatis, Series: Mathematics and Informatics 32 (2) (2017) 255–267. M.M. Rashidi, A. Aghagoli, R. Raoofi, Thermodynamic Analysis of the Ejector Refrigeration Cycle Using the Artificial Neural Network, Energy 19 (15) (2017) 201–215. (IF= 3.651). SCI-Q1-EI. M.M. Bhatti, T. Abbas, M.M. Rashidi, Entropy Generation as a Practical Tool of Optimization for Non-Newtonian Nanofluid Flow through a Permeable Stretching Surface Using SLM, Journal of Computational Design and Engineering 4 (1) (2017) 21–28. M.A. Yousif , M. Hatami , B.A. Mahmood , M.M. Rashidi, Thermal boundary layer analysis of nanofluid flow past over a stretching flat plate in different transpiration conditions by using DTM-Pad´e method, Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science 17 (2017) 84-95. A.M. Rashad, M.M. Rashidi, G. Lorenzini, S.E. Ahmed, A.M. Aly, Magnetic Field and Internal Heat Generation Effects on the Free Convection in a Rectangular Cavity Filled with a Porous Medium Saturated with Cu–Water Nanofluid, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 104 (2017) 878-889. (IF= 2.315). SCI-Q1-EI. S.M. Hussain, J. Jain, G.S. Seth, M.M. Rashidi, Free Convective Heat Transfer with Hall Effects, Heat Absorption and Chemical Reaction over an Accelerated Moving Plate in a Rotating System, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 422 (2017) 112–123. (IF= 1.970). SCI-Q1-EI. M.M. Bhatti, T. Abbas, M.M. Rashidi, Entropy Analysis on Titanium MagnetoNanoparticles Suspended in Water Based Nanofluid: A Numerical Study, Computational Thermal Sciences, DOI: 10.1615/ComputThermalScien.2016017754 457-468. R.S. Raju, G.J. Reddy, J.A. Rao, M.M. Rashidi, Thermal Diffusion and Diffusion Thermo Effects on an Unsteady Heat and Mass Transfer Magnetohydrodynamic Natural Convection Couette Flow Using FEM, Journal of Computational Design and Engineering Journal of Computational Design and Engineering 3 (4) (2016) 349–362. M.M. Bhatti, T. Abbas, M.M. Rashidi, Numerical Study of Entropy Generation with Nonlinear Thermal Radiation on Magnetohydrodynamics Non-Newtonian Nanofluid through a Porous Shrinking Sheet, Journal of Magnetics 21 (3) (2016) 468-475. M.J. Uddin, M.M. Rashidi, H.H. Alsulami, S. Abbasbandy, N. Freidoonimehr, Two Parameters Lie Group Analysis and Numerical Solution of Unsteady Free Convective Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluid, Alexandria Engineering Journal 55 (3) (2016) 2299–2308. B. Jalilpour , S. Jafarmadar , D.D. Ganji, M.M. Rashidi, Solution of Analytical Model for Fuel Spray Penetration via Homotopy Perturbation Method, Propulsion and Power Research 5 (3) (2016) 202–210. M.M. Rashidi, A. Rahbari, S. Foroutani, I. Rahimipetroudi, Effects of Phase Shift and Wavy Amplitude on the Laminar Forced Convection Heat Transfer Enhancement in Corrugated Channels Using Copper-Water Nano-Fluid, Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience 13 (8) (2016) 4941-4948. M.Y.A. Jamalabadi, J.H. Park, M.M. Rashidi, J.M. Chen, Effects of Thermal Boundary Conditions on the Joule Heating of Electrolyte in a Microchannel, Journal of Hydrodynamics 28 (5) (2016) 850–862 (IF= 0.659). SCI-Q2-EI. M. Sheikholeslami, M.M. Rashidi, Dhafer M. Al Saad, F. Firouzi, Houman B. Rokni, G. Domairry, Steady nanofluid flow between parallel plates considering Thermophoresis and Brownian effects, Journal of King Saud University – Science 28 (4) (2016) 380–389. Q2. Source: