Jarrahbashi, Dorrin individual record
Assistant Professor - Term Appoint

Dr. Jarrahbashi's research focuses on developing new computational models suitable for high performance computing with high scalability to aid designing clean and efficient energy conversion devices. Her research experience encompasses computational fluid dynamics with applications in energy conversion in solar and thermal systems, energy storage, and engine emission control. Specifically, she studies reacting and non-reacting flows, single and multiphase flows, flow instability and mixing, liquid stream break-up, spray atomization, spray combustion, vortex dynamics, cavitating and condensating flows, thermal hydraulic behavior of supercritical flows for designing and optimizing supercritical carbon dioxide energy cycles.

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Academic Articles15
Conference Papers6
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Texas A&M University; Mechanical Engineering; 3123 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3123