Summary of Activities/Interests
Fluid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Multiphase Flows, Cavitaiton
Ph.D. University of California, Irvine, 2009
M.S. University of California, Irvine, 2005
B.S. Sharif University of Technology, Iran, 2003
Dr. Dabiri received his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from University of California, Irvine and was a Postdoctoral Associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology before joining the University of Notre Dame. Dr. Dabiri's research focuses on computational fluid dynamics of multiphase flows including turbulent bubbly flow, cavitation and bubble dynamics, sprays and liquid atomization, mixing in supercritical conditions, and solid particles transport in fluids.
S. Dabiri, G. Wu, A. Ghoniem, "Mixing of Single-Component Hydrocarbon Droplets and Supercritical Water", submitted, 2011.
S. Dabiri, W.A. Sirignano, D.D. Joseph, "Interaction between a cavitation bubble and shear flow", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Volume 651, 93-116, 2010.
S. Dabiri, W.A. Sirignano, D.D. Joseph, "A numerical study on the effects of cavitation on orifice flow", Physics of Fluids, Volume 22, 042102, 2010.
A.M. Ardekani , S. Dabiri, R.H. Rangel, "Deformation of a droplet in a particulate shear flow", Physics of Fluids, Volume 21, 093302, 2009.
A.M. Ardekani , S. Dabiri, R.H. Rangel, "Collision of multi-particle and general shape objects in a viscous fluid", Journal of Computational Physics, Volume 227, 10094-10107, 2008
S. Dabiri, W.A. Sirignano, D.D. Joseph, "Two-dimensional and axisymmetric viscous flow in apertures", Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Volume 605, 1-18, 2008.
S. Dabiri, W.A. Sirignano, D.D. Joseph, "Cavitation in an orifice flow", Physics of Fluids, Volume 19, 072112, 2007