A. Haji-Sheikh, Ph.D., P.E.
Ph.D. University of Minnesota, 1965
M.A. University of Michigan, 1961
M.S. University of Michigan, 1959
B.S. University of Tehran, 1956
Areas of Expertise: Heat transfer analysis in conduction, convection, and radiation, and fluid flow and heat transfer in ducts and heat exchangers.
Background: Background: Dr. Haji-Sheikh’s research activity includes surface protection by film cooling in supersonic and subsonic flow, design of solar radiators for environmental applications, holographic applications, and numerous consulting experiences. His recent research activities included heat transfer in microscale devices and in porous media. He has done pioneering work on many analytical methods in heat transfer, such as inverse heat conduction problems, orthonormalization method, Monte Carlo, and developed a Galerkin-based Green’s function solution method. His editorial experience includes co-editing Integral Methods in Science, Engineering volumes in 1985 and 1990, and served as associate editor and guest editor for Inverse Problems in Engineering Journal. Currently, he is a member of editorial advisory boards for Inverse Problems in Engineering and numerical heat transfer journals and serves as associate editor for ASME Press Book Series in Electronic Packaging. He has authored Chapter 16 in the Handbook of Numerical Heat Transfer; co-authored Chapter 6, Cooling Techniques for Computers, authored Chapter 5 in CRC Inverse Engineering Handbook, 2003, and co-authored a graduate-level textbook, Heat Conduction Using Green´s Function, 1992.
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