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City, University of London
Northampton Square
London
EC1V 0HB
United Kingdom

About

Background

Dr Omidyeganeh holds BSc degree from Sharif University of Technology in Electrical Engineering. He also obtained a joint BSc degree in Petroleum Engineering from Sharif University of Technology and Petroleum University of Technology in Iran. Then he moved to Canada in 2006 and obtained his MSc degree in Environmental Engineering at University of Calgary in 2008 where he developed a large-eddy simulation code to simulate pollution dispersion in urban environments.

He joined Professor Piomelli's research group at Queen's University in 2009 and received his PhD degree in 2013. During the PhD program, Dr Omidyeganeh focused on the subject of environmental fluid dynamics and performed large-eddy simulations to model the flow in rivers and deserts over large-scale bedforms (dunes). He published these works in the Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Journal of Turbulence, and Journal of Geophysical Research. Upon graduation, in May 2013, he was appointed as assistant professor in fluid simulation at City University. Since then Dr. Omidyeganeh has engaged to research in environmental fluid dynamics (river flows and vegetation in river restoration programs), flow control around airfoils (Humpback Whale project), and surface coatings in aeronautics (PELSKIN project).

Qualifications

PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada, 2013
MSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, 2008
BSc in Electrical Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2005
BSc in Petroleum Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2005

Employment

09/2013 - to date City University London, Lecturer
09/2014 - to date Admission Tutor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Aeronautics
07/2013 - 09/2013 Post-doctoral Fellow at Queen's University Canada

Research

Research interests

- Large-eddy and direct numerical simulations
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Immersed-boundary methods
- Fluid-structure interaction

- Geophysical flows
- Sediment transport modeling
- Aquatic vegetation
- Turbulent flows over canopies of filaments

- Quiet aerofoils
- Control of flow around aerofoils
- Drag reduction
- Control of stall

- Modelling the brain
- Multi-compartment modelling
- Cerebrospinal fluid flow dynamics

Research Students

Name
Carlo Suardi
Attendance
Oct 2016 – Oct 2019, full-time
Thesis Title
DNS of flow around swept wings
Role
2nd Supervisor
Name
Rohella Muhel
Attendance
Oct 2015 – present
Thesis Title
High Fidelity Simulation of Low Pressure Turbine
Name
Alessandro Monti
Attendance
Oct 2015 – present, full-time
Thesis Title
Direct numerical Simulation of turbulent flow over canopies of flexible filaments
Role
1st Supervisor
Name
Muhammad Farrukh Shahab
Attendance
Oct 2014 – present
Thesis Title
PELSKIN
Further Information
Post-doctoral fellow
Name
Mohammad Ghasempour
Attendance
Jan 2014 – present
Thesis Title
CFD analysis of leakages in screw compressors
Name
Marco Rosti
Attendance
Oct 2013 – Sep 2016, full-time
Thesis Title
Control of turbulent boundary layers using flexible filaments
Role
2nd Supervisor

Publications

  1. Pinelli, A., Omidyeganeh, M., Brücker, C., Revell, A., Sarkar, A. and Alinovi, E. (2017). The PELskin project: part IV—control of bluff body wakes using hairy filaments. Meccanica, 52(7), pp. 1503–1514. doi:10.1007/s11012-016-0513-0.

Conference Paper/Proceedings

  1. Omidyeganeh, M. and Piomelli, U. (2011). Coherent structures in the flow over two-dimensional dunes. .

Journal Articles (13)

  1. Rosti, M.E., Kamps, L., Bruecker, C., Omidyeganeh, M. and Pinelli, A. (2017). The PELskin project-part V: towards the control of the flow around aerofoils at high angle of attack using a self-activated deployable flap. Meccanica, 52(8), pp. 1811–1824. doi:10.1007/s11012-016-0524-x.
  2. Pinelli, A., Omidyeganeh, M., Brücker, C., Revell, A., Sarkar, A. and Alinovi, E. (2017). The PELskin project: part IV—control of bluff body wakes using hairy filaments. Meccanica, 52(7), pp. 1503–1514. doi:10.1007/s11012-016-0513-0.
  3. Rosti, M.E., Omidyeganeh, M. and Pinelli, A. (2017). Passive control of the flow around unsteady aerofoils using a self-activated deployable flap. Journal of Turbulence pp. 1–25. doi:10.1080/14685248.2017.1314486.
  4. Rosti, M.E., Omidyeganeh, M. and Pinelli, A. (2016). Direct numerical simulation of the flow around an aerofoil in ramp-up motion. Physics of Fluids, 28(2) . doi:10.1063/1.4941529.
  5. Pelletier, J.D., Sherman, D.J., Ellis, J.T., Farrell, E.J., Jackson, N.L., Li, B., Nordstrom, K.F., Maia, L.P. and Omidyeganeh, M. (2015). Dynamics of sediment storage and release on aeolian dune slip faces: A field study in Jericoacoara, Brazil. Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface, 120(9), pp. 1911–1934. doi:10.1002/2015JF003636.
  6. Omidyeganeh, M. and Abedi, J. (2013). Numerical simulation of the wind flow around a cube. Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics, 13(2), pp. 99–125.
  7. Piomelli, U. and Omidyeganeh, M. (2013). Large-eddy simulations in dune-dynamics research. VLIZ Special Publication, 65 .
  8. Omidyeganeh, M. and Piomelli, U. (2013). Large-eddy simulation of three-dimensional dunes in a steady, unidirectional flow. Part 2. Flow structures. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 734, pp. 509–534. doi:10.1017/jfm.2013.499.

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  9. Omidyeganeh, M. and Piomelli, U. (2013). Large-eddy simulation of three-dimensional dunes in a steady, unidirectional flow. Part 1. Turbulence statistics. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 721, pp. 454–483. doi:10.1017/jfm.2013.36.

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  10. Omidyeganeh, M., Piomelli, U., Christensen, K.T. and Best, J.L. (2013). Large eddy simulation of interacting barchan dunes in a steady, unidirectional flow. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface . doi:10.1002/jgrf.20149.

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  11. Omidyeganeh, M. and Piomelli, U. (2011). Large-eddy simulation of two-dimensional dunes in a steady, unidirectional flow. Journal of Turbulence, 12, pp. 1–31. doi:10.1080/14685248.2011.609820.
  12. Omidyeganeh, M. and Piomelli, U. (2011). Coherent Structures in Turbulent Flow over Two-Dimensional River Dunes. .
  13. Derakhshesh, M., Abedi, J. and Omidyeganeh, M. (2009). Modeling of hazardous air pollutant removal in the pulsed corona discharge. Physics Letters, Section A: General, Atomic and Solid State Physics, 373(11), pp. 1051–1057. doi:10.1016/j.physleta.2009.01.041.

Education

Educational responsibilities

Leader of Computing 2 Course in module ME2111

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