Chemical and Biomedical Engineering - Dr. Bhaman Ghorashi

Dr. Ghorashi Publications


RECENT PUBLICATIONS 1990 - Present
  1. Application of Agility Principles to Manufacturing Industries The Assessment Methodology, B. Ghorashi, N. Das, and A. Ghorashi, The Ohio Journal of Science, Vol. 102, No. 1, March 2002.
  2. Heat Transfer in a Thin Liquid Film in the Presence of Electric Field for Non-Isothermal Interfacial Condition, R. S. R. Gorla, J.E. Gatica, B. Ghorashi, P. Ineure, and L. W. Byrd, International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research, Vol. 29, No. 2, 2002.
  3. Heat Transfer in a Thin Liquid Film in the Presence of Electric Field, R.S.R. Gorla, J.E. Gatica, B. Ghorashi, P. Ineure, Chemical Engineering Communications.
  4. A Case Study of the Application of Agility Principles to Adhesive and Sealant Manufacturing Industries, N. Das, B. Ghorashi, and A. Ghorashi, Proceedings of the 2001 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, PICMET 01.
  5. Mixing of Glass Fibers with Nylon 6,6, S. Javangula,B. Ghorashi,and C.C. Draucker, Journal of Material Science, 34 (1999) 1-9.
  6. Application of Just-In-Time Principles to the Chemical Industry, A Case Study, R. Rajaram, B. Ghorashi, A. Ghorashi, and K. Keys. Proceedings of the 2001 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, PICMET 01, July 2001.
  7. Application of Just-In-Time Principles to the Chemical Industry , A.F. Abu-Ali, and B. Ghorashi. Proceedings of the 1999 Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, PICMET 99, Vol-2, Portland, Oregon, July 1999.
  8. A Comparison of Traditional and Integrated Research and Development Methodologies, D.P. Muller, and B. Ghorashi, Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology, PICMET 99, Vol-2, Portland, Oregon, July 1999.
  9. Development of A Gap Assessment Strategy for R&D Management, A. Shah, and B. Ghorashi, Portland International Conference on Management of Egineering and Technology, PICMET 99, Vol-2, Portland, Oregon, July 1999.
  10. The Effect of Turbulent Structures on Transport on Hood Design-A Review of CFD and Flow Visualization Studies, J. Varley and B. Ghorashi, International Journal of Heating, Ventilating, Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Research, Vol. 3, No.3, July 1997.
  11. Application of Quality Management Techniques to Chemical Engineering Processes, M.A. Pickner, B. Ghorashi and A. Ghorashi, Chemical Engineering Education Journal, February 1996.
  12. Mixing of Glass Fibers with Nylon 6,6, S. Javangula, B. Ghorashi and C.C. Draucker, American Institute of Chemical Engineers Annual Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida, November 1995.
  13. A New NOx Prediction Model for CFD Codes with Fluid and Kinetic Effects, G. McBeath, B. Ghorashi and K. Chun, Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Computational fluid Dynamics, Vol. 2, September 1995.
  14. Numerical Simulation of Flow and The Effect of Baffle Arrangements on Pressure Drop in a Circular Combustor, B. Ghorashi and S. Taruvai, Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing Journal, Vol. 2, 1993.
  15. Hydrodynamic Entrance Length for the Turbulent Flow of a Non-Newtonian Fluid, P. Wangskarn, B. Ghorashi and R. Gorla, The International Journal of Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 5, No. 1, 1992.
  16. Effect of Fuel-Air Mixing Upon NOx Emissions for a Lean premixed pre-vaporized Combustion System, C.M. Lee, R. Locke and B. Ghorashi, NASA publication TM-105980 (Available through NASA Libraries), 1993.
  17. Excitation of Instability Waves in Free Shear Flows, G. Raman and B. Ghorashi, International Journal of Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Vol. 5(1): 7-27, 1992.
  18. A Thermal NOx Prediction Model: Scalar Computational Module for CFD Codes with Fluid and Kinetic Effects, G. McBeath and B. Ghorashi, AIAA/SAE/ASME/ASEE, 29th Joint Propulsion Conference, June 1993.
  19. A Review of Chemically Reactive Turbulent Flow Mixing Mechanisms and a New Design for Low NOx Combustors, G. McBeath and B. Ghorashi, Proceedings of the 33rd Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute Conference, California State University - Sacramento, June 1993.
  20. Heat and Momentum Transfer Analogies for the Transitional and Turbulent Flow of a Non-Newtonian
    Power Law Fluid in a Heated Pipe, P. Wangskarn and B. Ghorashi, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer Journal, Vol. 17, No.2:pp. 167-178,1990.
  21. Study of Combustion Processes Through Imaging Techniques, C. Wey, B. Ghorashi and C.J. Marek, Multi-Phase Transport & Springer-Verlag, Vol. 3, pp. 567-586, 1990.
  22. A Planar Reacting Shear Layer System for the Study of Fluid Dynamics-Combustion Interaction, C. Marek, C. Chang, B. Ghorashi, C. C. Wey, C. Wey and E. Mularz, NASA Publication TM-102422, AVSCOM TR 89-C-013, 1990 (Available through NASA Libraries), Twenty-Third International Symposium on Combustion, Abstracts, The Combustion Institute, P-156, pp. 289, July 1990.
  23. A Numerical Solution for the Turbulent Flow of Non-Newtonian Fluids in the Entrance Region of a Heated Circular Tube, P. Wangskarn, B. Ghorashi and R. Gorla, The International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 40-43, 1990.
  24. Heat Transfer Study of A Direct Contact-Phase ChangeProcess for Solar Energy Storage, J. Duqum and B. Ghorashi, International Journal of Energy Systems, Vol. 11, No. 1, 1991.
  25. A Model for Predicting the Viscosity of Lubricants at High Shear Rates, C.H. Huang, E.E. Graham and B. Ghorashi, Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing Jorunal, Vol. 2, 1993.
  26. Laminar Flow of A Non-Newtonian Fluid in a Heated Pipe, Heat and Momentum Transfer Studies, D. Hirsch and B. Ghorashi, Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing Journal, Vol. 2, 1993.
  27. A Model for Predicting Heat Transfer to a Turbulent Falling Film, S. Jang, B. Ghorashi and J. Makki, Chemical Engineering Communications Journal, Vol. 97, pp. 153-165, 1990.
  28. A Study of Water Jet Characteristics When Applied to Cutting and Machining, B. Ghorashi and E.E. Graham, Multi-Phase Transport & Particulate Phenomena, Hemisphere Publishing, Springer-Verlag, Vol. 1, pp. 571-598, 1990.
  29. A Systematic Approach for Long-Range Laboratory Development, B. Ghorashi, Chemical Engineering Education Journal, pp. 98-102, Spring 1992.
  30. An Imaging Stystem for PLIF Measurements for a Combusting Flow, C.C. Wey, B. Ghorashi, C.J. Marek and C. Wey, Proceedings of the 6th Miami International Conference on Heat and Mass Transfer, December 1990, Nova Science Publishers.
  31. An Imaging System for PLIF Measurements for a Combusting Flow, NASA Publication TM-103714, 1990 (Available Through NASA Libraries).
  32. Flow Visualization and Computational Studies of a Reverse Flow Circular Combustor, B. Ghorashi, F. Reardon, G. McBeath, K. Chun, Proceedings of the 32nd Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute Conference, California State University-Sacramento, pp. 305-324, June, 1991.
  33. Mixed Convection in Vertical Internal Flow of a Micropolar Fluid, R. Gorla, B. Ghorashi and P. Wangskarn, International Journal of Engineering Science, Vol. 27, No. 12, pp. 1553-1561, 1989.
  34. Evaluation of Parameters in a Fluid Cutting Equation, C. Whiting, E.E. Graham and B. Ghorashi, Trans. ASME Journal of Engineering for Industry, Vol. 112, pp. 240-244, August 1990.
  35. A Circular Combustor Configuration Design with Multiple Injection Ports for Mixing Enhancement, B. Ghorashi, K. Chun, P. Kang, and R. Niedzwecki, Proceedings of the 31st Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Institute Conference, California State University, Sacramento, California, pp. 39-58, June 1989.
  36. A Numerical Simulation of the Effects of Position and Spray Angle of the Fuel-Injection Nozzle on Mixing in a Circular Combustor, B. Ghorashi and S. Taruvai, Proceedings of the 6th Miami International Symposium on Heat and Mass Transfer, December 1990, Nova Science Publishers.
  37. A Numerical Study of Flow in a Straight-Tube Combustor with Fuel Injection at the Center, B. Ghorashi, S. Taruvai and C. Lee, Proceedings of the 6th Miami International Symposium on Heat and Mass Transfer, December 1990, Nova Science Publishers.
  38. Nitric Oxide Formation in a Lean, Premixed-Prevaporized Jet A/Air Flame Tube: An experimental and Analytical Study, NASA Publication TM-105722 (Available Through NASA Libraries), November 1992.
  39. The Effect of Eddy Distribution on Momentum and Heat Transfer Near the Wall in Turbulent Pipe Flow, R. Zurawski,S.P. Grisnik, T.L. Hardy and B. Ghorashi, 6th Miami International Symposium on Heat and Mass Transfer, December 1990.
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