2007 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary scientific interests are in Heat transfer, Thermodynamics, Welding, Pressure drop and Friction stir welding. His work in the fields of Heat transfer, such as Thermal resistance, intersects with other areas such as Flip chip. He studies Heat transfer coefficient, a branch of Thermodynamics.
In general Welding study, his work on Spot welding and Nugget Formation often relates to the realm of Heat generation, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His research in Pressure drop intersects with topics in Microchannel and Nucleate boiling. His Friction stir welding study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Thermal, Finite element method and Friction welding.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Heat transfer, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat transfer coefficient and Microchannel. His work deals with themes such as Nusselt number, Composite material and Convection, which intersect with Heat transfer. His Composite material research integrates issues from Thermal and Coolant.
Jamil A. Khan works mostly in the field of Mechanics, limiting it down to topics relating to Heat sink and, in certain cases, Thermal resistance, Heat transfer enhancement and Micro heat exchanger, as a part of the same area of interest. Jamil A. Khan has included themes like Nanofluid, Evaporation, Laminar flow and Forced convection in his Heat transfer coefficient study. Jamil A. Khan has researched Microchannel in several fields, including Boiling, Critical heat flux, Nucleate boiling, Bubble and Synthetic jet.
Jamil A. Khan spends much of his time researching Heat transfer, Mechanics, Heat transfer coefficient, Heat flux and Pressure drop. His Heat transfer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Condensation, Composite material and Nusselt number. His work on Microchannel and Heat pipe as part of general Mechanics research is frequently linked to On demand, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His research on Microchannel also deals with topics like
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Prediction of temperature distribution and thermal history during friction stir welding: input torque based model
M. Z. H. Khandkar;Jamil A. Khan;Anthony P. Reynolds.
Science and Technology of Welding and Joining (2003)
ENHANCEMENT OF HEAT TRANSFER BY INSERTING A METAL MATRIX INTO A PHASE CHANGE MATERIAL
Xinglin Tong;Jamil A. Khan;M. RuhulAmin.
Numerical Heat Transfer Part A-applications (1996)
Predicting residual thermal stresses in friction stir welded metals
Mir Zahedul H. Khandkar;Jamil A. Khan;Anthony P. Reynolds;Michael A. Sutton.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2006)
Relationships Between Weld Parameters, Hardness Distribution and Temperature History in Alloy 7050 Friction Stir Welds
Anthony P. Reynolds;W. Tang;Z. Khandkar;Jamil A. Khan.
Science and Technology of Welding and Joining (2005)
Design and multi-objective optimization of heat exchangers for refrigerators
A.K. Gholap;J.A. Khan.
Applied Energy (2007)
Enhanced flow boiling in a microchannel with integration of nanowires
A.K.M.M. Morshed;Fanghao Yang;M. Yakut Ali;Jamil A. Khan.
Applied Thermal Engineering (2012)
Dynamic centrifugal compressor model for system simulation
Wei Jiang;Jamil Khan;Roger A. Dougal.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Flow boiling phenomena in a single annular flow regime in microchannels (I): Characterization of flow boiling heat transfer
Fanghao Yang;Xianming Dai;Yoav Peles;Ping Cheng.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2014)
Prediction of nugget development during resistance spot welding using coupled thermal–electrical–mechanical model
J. A. Khan;L. Xu;Y.-J. Chao.
Science and Technology of Welding and Joining (1999)
Thermal Modeling of Overlap Friction Stir Welding for Al-Alloys
Mir Zahedul H. Khandkar;Jamil A. Khan.
Journal of Materials Processing & Manufacturing Science (2001)
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