Dr Masoud Jabbari
Based in the School of Mechanical Engineering, the University of Leeds, my research focuses at using a combination of modelling, theory and simulation to study “advanced materials and manufacturing processes” that are complex due to multiscale nature of materials, the rheology of fluid, and multiphysics phenomena in which the interactions of various effects (thermal, chemical, electric or mechanical) lead to complex dynamics. Most of our research are motivated by processing and manufacturing of different materials (ceramics, polymers, and [nano-]composites), and engineering applications (for example aerospace structures and energy storage materials). The main rationale behind my research is to manufacture “digitally tailored (energy storage) materials”.
- Deputy Director of Postgraduate Research
My research interests generally focus on multiscale/multiphase flow and heat transfer modelling in porous media with engineerig/industrial applications. Some examples are
- Numerical modelling of ceramic manufacturing for energy applications
- Modelling of thin ceramic drying
- Multiscale modelling of resin impregnation in polymer composite manufacturing
- Numerical modelling of additive manufacturing of ceramics/polymers/composites
- Numerical modelling of thermal management of batteries
- PhD; MSc; BSc
- CEng MIMechE
I have taught a broad range of engineering subjects including fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and CFD across years 1-4 in BEng/MEng programmes. I teach for MSc Aerospace Programme in the School of Mechanical Engineering.
Research groups and institutes
- Institute of Thermofluids