Doost

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A. Samim Doost, M.Sc.

Department

Energy and Powerplant Technology

PhD Project

Large Eddy Simulation of Hydrogen Blended Fuels Considering Differential Diffusion Effects in FGM Context

Working areas

  • Flamelet Generated Manifold (FGM) built from premixed flamelets
  • Modelling differential diffusion effects considering non-unity Lewis numbers
  • CFD simulations of 1D to complex 3D combustion cases

Education

since 10/2014: Research assistant and PhD candidate at the Institute of Energy and Power Plant Technology funded by the research project DFG SFB/Transregio 129 Oxyflame

04/2013 – 09/2014: PhD candidate and scholar in the Graduate School of Excellence Energy Science and Engineering, since 10/2014 associated member

06/2010 – 04/2013: Master's program Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität Darmstadt, majored in Combustion Technologies and Thermal Turbomachinery, Master thesis at Siemens AG, Energy Sector: “Validation and application of a CFD based tool for prediction of carbon monoxide emissions in gas turbine combustion systems using tabulated chemistry”

10/2006 – 05/2010: Bachelor's program Mechanical Engineering, Technische Universität Darmstadt, majored in Energy Systems

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