Mahbod Heidari, Mehdi Mortazavi, Alfred Rufer, Design, Modeling, and Experimental Validation of a Novel Finned Reciprocating Compressor for Isothermal Compressed Air Energy Storage Applications
Conference attended, Toronto, Canada, Aug 2017
Mehdi Mortazavi Attended 2017 International Conference on Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer in Toronto, Canada, and presented "Interaction Between Liquid Droplet Growth and Two-Phase Pressure Drop in PEM Fuel Cell Flow Channels". He also chaired the Heat Transfer session on this conference.
KEEN ICE Workshop, Denver, CO, Aug 2017
Mehdi Mortazavi attended KEEN Innovative Curriculum with Entrepreneurial mindset workshop (ICE) in Denver, CO. During this 3.5-day workshop, fundamental pedagogical techniques of EML, ACL, and PBL were discussed and practiced. In this workshop, he also designed and presented an EML module for his ME 304 - Thermodynamics II course.
Mehdi Mortazavi presenting the EML course module he designed during the workshop.
Senior design presentation award, WNE, May 2017
Luke Allison, an undergraduate ME student, received Best Senior Design Presentation Award in College of Engineering Senior Design Expo. Luke joined MTFL in Fall 2016 and collaborated with Kyle Barrett on his senior design project to study enhanced heat transfer by designing perforated fins for the application of residential baseboards. Congratulations Luke!
Luke Allison (left) presenting his senior design project in COE Senior Design Expo
KEEN Integrated e-Learning Module Workshop, Columbus, OH, June 2017
Mehdi Mortazavi attended KEEN Integrated e-Learning Module Workshop developed by University of New Haven. The module he will be developing is Thinking Creatively which will be deployed in his ME 303 - Thermodynamics I class.
KEEN Winter Conference, Jacksonville, FL, January 2017
Mehdi Mortazavi attended KEEN Winter Conference in Jacksonville, FL. Small ACL and EML modules were practiced in different modules during this conference.