Mohammad Hossein Ahmadi

Shahrood University of Technology, Iran
PhD, Associate Professor
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Scopus ID: 55016898100
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Selected Publications:

    1. Ahmadi, M. H., Sayyaadi, H., Dehghani, S., Hosseinzade, H. (2013). Designing a solar powered Stirling heat engine based on multiple criteria: Maximized thermal efficiency and power. Energy Conversion and Management, 75,282–291. doi:1016/j.enconman.2013.06.025
    2. Ahmadi, M. H., Hosseinzade, H., Sayyaadi, H., Mohammadi, A. H., Kimiaghalam, F. (2013). Application of the multi-objective optimization method for designing a powered Stirling heat engine: Design with maximized power, thermal efficiency and minimized pressure loss. Renewable Energy, 60,313–322. doi:1016/j.renene.2013.05.005
    3. Ahmadi, M. H., Sayyaadi, H., Mohammadi, A. H., Barranco-Jimenez, M. A. (2013). Thermo-economic multi-objective optimization of solar dish-Stirling engine by implementing evolutionary algorithm. Energy Conversion and Management, 73, 370–380. doi:1016/j.enconman.2013.05.031
    4. Ahmadi, M. H., Mohammadi, A. H., Dehghani, S., Barranco-Jiménez, M. A. (2013). Multi-objective thermodynamic-based optimization of output power of Solar Dish-Stirling engine by implementing an evolutionary algorithm. Energy Conversion and Management, 75, 438–445. doi:1016/j.enconman.2013.06.030
    5. Toghyani, S., Kasaeian, A., Ahmadi, M. H. (2014). Multi-objective optimization of Stirling engine using non-ideal adiabatic method. Energy Conversion and Management, 80,54–62. doi:1016/j.enconman.2014.01.022
    6. Ahmadi, M. H., Dehghani, S., Mohammadi, A. H., Feidt, M., Barranco-Jimenez, M. A. (2013). Optimal design of a solar driven heat engine based on thermal and thermo-economic criteria. Energy Conversion and Management, 75,635–642. doi:1016/j.enconman.2013.07.078
    7. Ahmadi, M. H., Mohammadi, A. H., Dehghani, S. (2013). Evaluation of the maximized power of a regenerative endoreversible Stirling cycle using the thermodynamic analysis. Energy Conversion and Management, 76,561–570. doi:1016/j.enconman.2013.07.082