Ibrahim Galal Hassan

Professor

Hassan, Ibrahim Galal

Office: 234D
Phone: +974 4423-0290
Email

Research Interests

Dr. Hassan’s research interests include Heat Transfer, Micro Fluids, Thermal MEMS, Multiphase Flow and CFD Applications.  The research conducted by Dr. Hassan present state-of-the-art solutions to applications found in industries such as aerospace, nuclear power, and sustainable energy. 

Awards & Honors

  • Discovery Accelerator Supplement (DAS) Award: National Science and Research Council of Canada, 2010-2013
  • Society of Professional Engineers of Ontario
  • Canadian Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Manitoba, Canada, 1995
  • M.Sc., University of Assiut, Egypt, 1989
  • B. Eng., University of Assiut, Egypt, 1984

Selected Publications

O. Hassan, and I. Hassan, “Experimental investigations of the film cooling effectiveness of a Micro-Tangential-Jet Scheme on a Gas Turbine Vane”, Int. J. of Heat and Mass Transfer, 61 (2013) 158-171.

Fan, Y.F., and Hassan, I., “Experimental Investigation of Flow Boiling Instability in a Single Horizontal Microtube with and without Inlet Restriction”, ASME. Journal of Heat Transfer, v 134, n 8, p 081501 (11 pp.), 2012. (SCI)

Cook. K.J., and Hassan, I., “Experimental and Numerical Evaluation of a Scaled-Up Micromixer with Groove Enhanced Division Elements”, ASME. Journal of Fluids Engineering (FE-12-1051), In Press, 2012. (SCI)

Rahman, M.H., Kim, S.I., and Hassan, I, “Effects of Inlet Temperature Uniformity and Nonuniformity on the Tip Leakage Flow and Rotor Blade Tip and Casing Heat Transfer Characteristics", ASME. Journal of Turbomachinery, v 134, n 2, p 021001 (10 pp.), 2012.

Bowden, R.C., and Hassan, I., “The Onset of Gas Entrainment from a Flowing Stratified Gas-Liquid Regime in Dual Discharging Branches: Part I: Flow Visualization and Related Phenomena”, International Journal of Multiphase Flow, v 37, n 10, p 1358-1370, 2011.