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Sunny start to the new semester (April 2023).

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Iman Hami Dindar, M.Sc.

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 Iman Hami Dindar, M.Sc.

Fluid Process Engineering

Research Associate - Modeling and simulation of the reactive absorption of carbon dioxide

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+49 5251 60-2179
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+49 5251 60-2183
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33098 Paderborn
 Iman Hami Dindar, M.Sc.
Miscellaneous
Since 01.04.2020

scientific Assistant

Paderborn University

04/2016 - 03/2020

Master of science mechanical engineering, Energy and Process Engineering

Paderborn University 

01/2008 - 08/2012

Bachelor of science, mechanical engineering, Power plant

Shahid Beheshti University , Tehran, Iran,

Since 01.04.2020

scientific Assistant

Paderborn University

04/2016 - 03/2020

Master of science mechanical engineering, Energy and Process Engineering

Paderborn University 

01/2008 - 08/2012

Bachelor of science, mechanical engineering, Power plant

Shahid Beheshti University , Tehran, Iran,


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2023

Thermal conductivity of solid paraffins and several n-docosane compounds with graphite

A. Paul, E. Baumhögger, M. Dewerth, I. Hami Dindar, G. Sonnenrein, J. Vrabec, Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (2023)

The technical importance of paraffins as phase change materials (PCM) in heat storage systems increases. Knowledge on the thermal conductivity of paraffins is necessary for the design and optimization of heat storage systems. However, for most paraffins solely the thermal conductivity of the liquid state has been sufficiently investigated. For the solid state, precise thermal conductivity data are only known for a few paraffins, while only generalized values are available for the remainder, some of which contradict each other. In this study, a measurement setup based on the modified guarded hot plate method is developed. It is used to investigate the thermal conductivity of several paraffines in the solid state, including pure n-docosane and its compounds with different types and concentrations of graphite. For n-docosane in the solid state, the thermal conductivity is determined to be 0.49 W/(m K). A particle size of 200 μm with a spherical shape turns out to be optimal to increase the thermal conductivity. This allows the thermal conductivity of a compound with 10% graphite to increase by a factor of three compared to the pure paraffin. Furthermore, significant differences to thermal conductivity data from the literature are found.


Wässrige Glucosaminlösung als neues Lösungsmittel zur CO2-Abscheidung

I. Hami Dindar, N. Lutters, E. Kenig, in: Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet-Fachgruppen Fluidverfahrenstechnik und Adsoprtion, 2023


2022

Dynamic modeling of absorption/desorption closed-loop including periphery

M. Bothe, I. Hami Dindar, N. Lutters, E.Y. Kenig, Computers and Chemical Engineering (2022)


Wässrige Aminozuckerlösungen als neue Lösungsmittel zur CO2-Abscheidung

I. Hami Dindar, E. Baumhögger, N. Lutters, E. Kenig, in: Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet Fachgruppen Fluidverfahrenstechnik und Hochdruckverfahrenstechnik, 2022


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