Majid Bahrami
Majid Bahrami
Professor, Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Simon Fraser University
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TitleCited byYear
Pressure drop of fully-developed, laminar flow in microchannels of arbitrary cross-section
M Bahrami, MM Yovanovich, JR Culham
ASME 3rd International Conference on Microchannels and Minichannels, 269-280, 2008
2102008
Analytical determination of viscous permeability of fibrous porous media
A Tamayol, M Bahrami
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 52 (9-10), 2407-2414, 2009
1652009
Effective thermal conductivity of rough spherical packed beds
M Bahrami, MM Yovanovich, JR Culham
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 49 (19-20), 3691-3701, 2006
1372006
Transverse permeability of fibrous porous media
A Tamayol, M Bahrami
Physical Review E 83 (4), 046314, 2011
1332011
Review of thermal joint resistance models for nonconforming rough surfaces
M Bahrami, JR Culham, MM Yananovich, GE Schneider
Applied Mechanics Reviews 59 (1), 1-12, 2006
113*2006
Effective thermal conductivity and thermal contact resistance of gas diffusion layers in proton exchange membrane fuel cells. Part 1: Effect of compressive load
E Sadeghi, N Djilali, M Bahrami
Journal of Power Sources 196 (1), 246-254, 2011
1052011
A novel solution for pressure drop in singly connected microchannels of arbitrary cross-section
M Bahrami, MM Yovanovich, JR Culham
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 50 (13-14), 2492-2502, 2007
1002007
Pressure drop of fully-developed, laminar flow in rough microtubes
M Bahrami, MM Yovanovich, JR Culham
ASME 3rd International Conference on Microchannels and Minichannels, 259-268, 2008
962008
Thermal contact resistance of nonconforming rough surfaces, part 2: thermal model
M Bahrami, JR Culham, MM Yovanovich, GE Schneider
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 18 (2), 218-227, 2004
94*2004
Effect of Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) and micro porous layer (MPL) on thermal conductivity of fuel cell gas diffusion layers: Modeling and experiments
H Sadeghifar, N Djilali, M Bahrami
Journal of Power Sources 248, 632-641, 2014
932014
Modeling thermal contact resistance: a scale analysis approach
M Bahrami, JR Culham, MM Yovanovich
Journal of heat transfer 126 (6), 896-905, 2004
882004
Thermal contact resistance at low contact pressure: Effect of elastic deformation
M Bahrami, MM Yovanovich, JR Culham
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 48 (16), 3284-3293, 2005
802005
An experimental study on rheological behavior of hybrid nanofluids made of iron and copper oxide in a binary mixture of water and ethylene glycol: non-Newtonian behavior
M Bahrami, M Akbari, A Karimipour, M Afrand
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 79, 231-237, 2016
782016
Analytic determination of the effective thermal conductivity of PEM fuel cell gas diffusion layers
E Sadeghi, M Bahrami, N Djilali
Journal of Power Sources 179 (1), 200-208, 2008
772008
Thermal analysis of flow in a porous medium over a permeable stretching wall
A Tamayol, K Hooman, M Bahrami
Transport in Porous Media 85 (3), 661-676, 2010
752010
Investigating electrical contact resistance losses in lithium-ion battery assemblies for hybrid and electric vehicles
P Taheri, S Hsieh, M Bahrami
Journal of Power Sources 196 (15), 6525-6533, 2011
732011
Assessment of adsorber bed designs in waste-heat driven adsorption cooling systems for vehicle air conditioning and refrigeration
A Sharafian, M Bahrami
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 30, 440-451, 2014
722014
A novel approach to determine the in-plane thermal conductivity of gas diffusion layers in proton exchange membrane fuel cells
E Sadeghi, N Djilali, M Bahrami
Journal of Power Sources 196 (7), 3565-3571, 2011
722011
Comprehensive modeling of vehicle air conditioning loads using heat balance method
MA Fayazbakhsh, M Bahrami
SAE Technical Paper, 2013
702013
Single phase through-plane permeability of carbon paper gas diffusion layers
A Tamayol, F McGregor, M Bahrami
Journal of Power Sources 204, 94-99, 2012
682012
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