His primary scientific interests are in Heat pipe, Heat transfer, Nanofluid, Solar energy and Thermodynamics. His Heat pipe research incorporates themes from Thermal, Nuclear engineering, Mechanical engineering, Condenser and Latent heat. His Heat transfer research is classified as research in Mechanics.
While the research belongs to areas of Mechanics, Mohammad Behshad Shafii spends his time largely on the problem of Evaporator, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Two-phase flow. His Nanofluid research integrates issues from Thermal conductivity and Composite material. His Composite material study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ferrofluid and Thermal resistance.
His main research concerns Mechanics, Heat pipe, Heat transfer, Ferrofluid and Thermodynamics. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Micropump and Microfluidics. His study in Heat pipe is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermal resistance, Thermal, Evaporator, Working fluid and Composite material.
His work investigates the relationship between Heat transfer and topics such as Condenser that intersect with problems in Nuclear engineering and Phase-change material. The various areas that Mohammad Behshad Shafii examines in his Ferrofluid study include Magnetic nanoparticles, Duty cycle, Pulse-width modulation, Condensed matter physics and Magnet. His research investigates the connection with Nanofluid and areas like Thermal conductivity which intersect with concerns in Nanoparticle.
Mohammad Behshad Shafii spends much of his time researching Mechanics, Ferrofluid, Phase-change material, Heat transfer and Heat pipe. His Mechanics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Magnetohydrodynamics, Vortex-induced vibration and Magnet. His study on Phase-change material also encompasses disciplines like
Mohammad Behshad Shafii combines subjects such as Nusselt number, Gas compressor and Heat pump with his study of Heat transfer. His Heat pipe research includes themes of Nuclear engineering, Evaporator, Working fluid, Therm and Thermal resistance. In Evaporator, Mohammad Behshad Shafii works on issues like Condenser, which are connected to Control theory.
Mohammad Behshad Shafii mainly investigates Ferrofluid, Heat pipe, Electromagnetic coil, Mechanics and Duty cycle. His Ferrofluid research incorporates elements of Pulse-width modulation and Condensed matter physics. His work in Condensed matter physics addresses issues such as Volume, which are connected to fields such as Heat transfer.
His studies deal with areas such as Nuclear engineering, Phase-change material, Working fluid, Composite material and Photovoltaic system as well as Heat pipe. His studies in Working fluid integrate themes in fields like Evaporator, Heat flux, Pulmonary surfactant, Surface tension and Thermal resistance. His study in Mechanics focuses on Dimensionless quantity in particular.
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Thermal Modeling of Unlooped and Looped Pulsating Heat Pipes
Mohammad B. Shafii;Amir Faghri;Yuwen Zhang.
Journal of Heat Transfer-transactions of The Asme (2001)
Experimental investigation of a solar still equipped with an external heat storage system using phase change materials and heat pipes
Meysam Faegh;Mohammad Behshad Shafii.
Experimental investigation of graphene oxide nanofluid on heat transfer enhancement of pulsating heat pipe
Mohammad Alhuyi Nazari;Roghayeh Ghasempour;Mohammad Hossein Ahmadi;Gholamreza Heydarian.
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer (2018)
Analysis of heat transfer in unlooped and looped pulsating heat pipes
M.B. Shafii;A. Faghri;Yuwen Zhang.
International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow (2002)
Experimental investigation on laminar forced convection heat transfer of ferrofluids under an alternating magnetic field
A. Ghofrani;M.H. Dibaei;A. Hakim Sima;M.B. Shafii.
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (2013)
A new desalination system using a combination of heat pipe, evacuated tube and parabolic trough collector.
H. Jafari Mosleh;S. Jahangiri Mamouri;M.B. Shafii;A. Hakim Sima.
Energy Conversion and Management (2015)
Optical and thermal analysis of a parabolic trough solar collector for production of thermal energy in different climates in Iran with comparison between the conventional nanofluids
Mohammad Marefati;Mehdi Mehrpooya;Mohammad Behshad Shafii.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2018)
Experimental investigation of extra-long pulsating heat pipe application in solar water heaters
M. Arab;M. Soltanieh;M.B. Shafii.
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (2012)
A novel integrated solar desalination system with a pulsating heat pipe
H. Kargar Sharif Abad;M. Ghiasi;S. Jahangiri Mamouri;M.B. Shafii.
A review on pulsating heat pipes: From solar to cryogenic applications
Mohammad Alhuyi Nazari;Mohammad H. Ahmadi;Roghayeh Ghasempour;Mohammad Behshad Shafii.
Applied Energy (2018)
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