Faculty and Staff
College of Engineering and Computing
Interested in numerical solutions to problems involving reactive flows and heat transfer. Focused on developing new numerical methods and applying previously developed methods to analyze a wide range of fluid flow and heat transfer applications. Specially focused on continuous methods to simulate phase change on a micro/nano scale used in various cooling industries, and thermal analysis of glow discharge to show importance of an accurate temperature analysis in glow discharge simulations.
- Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA, 2018
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA, 2014
- B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran, 2012
- Mostafa Mobli, Chen Li, On the Heat Transfer Characteristics of a Single Bubble Growth and Departure During Pool Boiling, ASME 2016, Washington, DC.
- Mostafa Mobli, Tanvir Farouk, Thermal analysis of high-pressure glow discharge, (GEC 2014, November).
- Rajib Mahamud, Mostafa Mobli, Tanvir Farouk, Modes of oscillation in DC Driven High Pressure Micro Plasma Discharges. (May 2014, IEEE ICOPS Conference, Presentation Session)
- Mostafa Mobli, Rajib Mahamud, Tanvir Farouk, High Pressure Micro Plasma Discharge: Effects of Conjugate Heat Transfer (June 2013, IEEE PPPS Conference, Poster Presentation)
- Mostafa Mobli, Rajib Mahamud, Tanvir Farouk, High Pressure Micro Plasma Discharge: Effects of Conjugate Heat Transfer (IEEE proceeding journal)