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Fatemeh Hassanipour
Assistant Professor-Mechanical Engineering
Office MailstopMail Box: EC38, Room No.: ECSN 2.524 
Email Address  fxh091000@utdallas.edu    Primary Phone Number 972-883-2914    URL Faculty Homepage    Media Contact
Keywords Heat transfer and Fluid mechanics with applications in energy conservation, storage, and management, electronic cooling, health and bioengineering (modeling and simulation of biomechanical systems).   
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 DegreeMajorInstitutionYear
 Ph.D.Mechanical EngineeringSouthern Methodist University2009
 B.S.Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Tehran1998
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Research Interests

Heat transfer and Fluid mechanics with applications in energy conservation, storage, and management, health and bioengineering (modeling and simulation of biomechanical systems), and electronic cooling. My research investigations include, but are not limited to, methods involving particulate flow, phase change materials and porous media.

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2013
L. Small and F. Hassanipour “Bio-Inspired Segmented Flow: Effect of Particle Elongation on the Heat Transfer”, ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, Volume(135) Issue(7), pp 071001-071007, 2013.
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2013
F. Hassanipour, I. Perez-Raya, N. Mortazavi, “Simulation of Vortex Ring Permeation in Porous Media,'' Journal of Porous Media, Volume (16) Issue (7), pp 597-605, 2013.
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2012
K. Fathian , F. Hassanipour, and N. Gans “ Virtual Thermal Sensing and Control of Heat Distribution using State Estimation,'' ASME 2012 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, November 2012, Houston, TX.
Conference paper
2012
N. Mortazavi and F. Hassanipour “Flow and Heat Transfer in Triangular Permeable Duct with Iso-flux Boundary Conditions: Effect of Porosity, Permeability and Apex Angle”, submitted to the Journal of Heat Transfer.
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2012
L. Small and F. Hassanipour “Bio-Inspired Segmented Flow: Effect of Particle Elongation on the Heat Transfer”, accepted for publication in ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, 2012.
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 News Articles
Professor Named Young Engineer of the Year
UT Dallas News Center
Taking a cue from the lungs of mammals, Dr. Fatemeh Hassanipour is exploring a new cooling concept that could have applications in airplanes, data centers and elsewhere.
 
Her novel concept is inspired by the gas exchange process in pulmonary capillaries, where red blood cells flow with blood plasma, yielding very high gas transfer efficiency. In her approach, special encapsulated particles flowing in water transfer the heat out of a system.
Her innovative work is just one of the reasons she’s been named Young Engineer of the Year by the North Texas section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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Honors and Awards
  • Faculty Diversity Award, UTDallas, 2011
  • Young Engineer of the Year, ASME North Texas Section, 2010
  • Oak Ridge Associated Universities Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Award, 2010
  • ASHRAE Peanut Vinther Award, 2005
  • Best Research Award, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Southern Methodist University, 2008
  • ASME North Texas Section Student Award, 2008
  • Best Graduate Student Award, Dept. Mechanical Engineering, Southern Methodist University, 2008
  • GAANN Fellowship, 2008

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