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  Dehghani, Mohammad Reza

  E-mail: m_dehghani[at]iust.ac.ir

  Present Position: Associate Professor . Head of petrochemical Group

  Department : School of Chemical Engineering

 

 

  Research Interests:

  Applied thermodynamics, Phase equilibrium, Process Simulation and Optimization, Carbon Capturing and sequestration, Acid Gas Removal, Aromatics Removal, Crude oil upgrading, Green solvent, Hydrate, Adsorption Natural Gas. Process Safety, HSE

  

  Education and Qualifications

  University Degrees

  •   Bachlore of Science. Chemical Engineering (Petrochemical Industries), Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, IRAN, 1993-1997
  •   Master of Science in Chemical Engineering , Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, IRAN, 1997-1999
  •   Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Chemical Engineering , Amir Kabir University of Technology, Tehran, IRAN, 2000-2005

    Sellected Short Course Certificates

  •   PhD Summer School Course 2007, Petroleum Reservoir Fluids. Properties and production. Department of Chemical Engineering, Denmark Technical University of, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
  •   PhD Advanced Course on Thermodynamic Models, Fundamental and Computational Aspects. Jan 2008 by Prof. Michel Michelson and Jorgen Mollerup. Department of Chemical Engineering, Denmark Technical University of, DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
  •   Intellectual Property and small and medium sized enterprises. World Intellectual Property Organization. WIPO
  •   Employment
  •   Faculty member in Chemical Engineering Department, Iran University of Science & Technology(Aug. 2007-Now)

 

  Teaching and Academic Experiences

  •     Faculty member of Iran University of Science & Technology, School Of Chemical Engineering, Narmak, Tehran Iran, since 2006
  •     Undergraduate level
  •   Mass and Energy Balance
  •   Physical Chemistry
  •   Thermodynamics I& II
  •   Process Simulation
  •   Petrochemical Processes

    Graduate level

  •   Advanced Thermodynamics
  •   Thermodynamics of electrolyte solutions
  •   Special Topics in advance thermodynamics (WAX, Asphaltene, Hydrate, Gas Sweetening, predictive mixing rules,…)
  •   Heat Integration (using Pinch Technology)
  •   PVT simulation

    Technical Course to Industry

  •   More than 40 Technical short courses for National Iranian Petrochemical Company (NIPC), National Oil Company (NIOC) and National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) such as
  •     Natural Gas Dehydration, Desalting, Gas Sweetening, Petrochemical Processes, Process equipments Design , Corrosion, Pumps and their application, Compressors and their application, Chemical Reactors, Calculation in Pump, Compressors and Turbines, Advance Catalysis, Plant Design and Economics in Chemical Processes, Optimization in Chemical Processes, Fluid Mechanics.

    Publications:

 

  1.   Measurement of Solubility and Density of Water+ Lithium Bromide+ Lithium Chloride and Water+ Lithium Bromide+ Sodium Formate Systems , International Journal of Refrigeration, 2015 , DOI: 10.1016/j.ijrefrig.2015.04.002
  2.   An Investigation of the Fish Diagrams of Water or Brine / Decane or Dodecane / Propylene Glycol Ether (C3P1 or C3P2) Systems, Journal of Molecular Liquids , 477(2015)19-25
  3.   Vapor–liquid and liquid–liquid equilibrium calculations in mixtures containing non-ionic glycol ether surfactant using PHSC equation of state, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 377 (2014) 16–26
  4.   Capability of PHSC equation of state for thermodynamic modeling of aqueous amino acid and peptide solutions, Journal of Molecular Liquids , 199 (2014) 21–28
  5.   Modeling of vaporization enthalpies of petroleum fractions and pure hydrocarbons using genetic programming, Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering, 2014 (112) 97-104
  6.   Modeling adsorption in binary associating solvents using the extended MPTA model , Adsorption 2014, 1-9
  7.   Prediction of Kinematic Viscosity of Petroleum Fractions Using Artificial Neural Networks, Iranian Journal of Oil & Gas Science and Technology, Vol. 3 (2014), No. 2, pp. 51-65
  8.   The Prediction of Surface Tension of Ternary Mixtures at Different Temperatures Using Artificial Neural Networks, Iranian Journal of Oil & Gas Science and Technology, Vol. 3 (2014), No. 3, pp. 47-61
  9.   Prediction of Surface Tension in Single and Mixed Electrolyte Solutions , Iranian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2013, Vol. 10, No. 4, 3-14
  10.   A Simplified Perturbation Model for Prediction of Mean Ionic Activity Coefficient in Aqueous Electrolyte Solution, , Iranian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2013, Vol. 10, No. 3, 14-26
  11.   Calculation of liquid–liquid equilibrium in polymer electrolyte solutions using PHSC-electrolyte equation of state, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2013 (341) 96-104
  12.   Thermodynamic Modeling of Aqueous Ionic Liquid Solutions Using PC-SAFT Equation of State, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2012, 51 (30), pp 10274–10282
  13.   Measurement and Modeling of Mean Ionic Activity Coefficient in Aqueous Solution Containing NaNO3 and Poly Ethylene Glycol , Iran. J. Chem. Chem. Eng. 2013 (32) 2
  14.   Application of modified PHSC model in prediction of phase behavior of single and mixed electrolyte solutions , Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2013 (344) 92-100
  15.   Application of PHSC Equation of State in Prediction of Gas Hydrate Formation Condition, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2012, 333, p.27-37
  16.   Modeling CO2 Solubility in Aqueous N-methyldiethanolamine Solution by Electrolyte Modified Peng–Robinson Plus Association Equation of State , Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 2012, 51 (29), pp 9875–9885
  17.   Experimental and theoretical study on liquid–liquid equilibrium of 1-butanol + water + NH4Cl at 298.15, 308.15 and 318.15 K, , Fluid Phase Equilibria, 325 (2012) 1-5
  18.   A modified mean spherical approximation model for prediction of mean ionic activity coefficient in mixed electrolyte solution at different temperatures, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 322-323 (2012) 97-104
  19.   Application of Neural Networks in the Prediction of Surface Tensions of Binary Mixtures, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 51 (6) (2012) 2775–2781
  20.   A modified polar PHSC model for thermodynamic modeling of gas solubility in ionic liquids, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 313 (2012) 60-72
  21.   Experimental measurement and thermodynamic modeling of liquid–liquid equilibrium for 1-pentanol + water + NaNO3 at 298.15 and 308.15 K, Fluid Phase Equilibri a 307 ( 2011) 39-44
  22.   Prediction of gas hydrate formation condition in the presence of thermodynamic inhibitors with the Elliott-Suresh-Donohue Equation of State , Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering , 77 ( 2011) 93-103
  23.   A New Simplified Local Density Model for Adsorption of Pure Gases and Binary Mixtures, Int. J. Thermo physics 31 (2010) 2425-2439
  24.   Simplified Local Density Model for Adsorption of Pure Gases on Activated Carbon using Sutherland and Kihara Potentials, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 136 (2010) 1–9
  25.   Experimental and theoretical study on liquid-liquid equilibrium of 1-butanol + water + NaNO3 at 25 and 35°C, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 299 (2010) 122-126
  26.   Modified equation of state for pure and hard sphere mixtures in mean ionic activity coefficient calculations by mean spherical approximation model, Journal of Molecular Liquids, Vol 142, Issues 1-3, ( 2008), 45-52
  27.   Modeling and prediction of activity coefficient ratio of electrolytes in aqueous electrolyte solution containing amino acids using artificial neural network, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 244 (2006) 153–159
  28.   Measurement and Modeling of Mean Activity Coefficients of NaBr and Amino Acid in (Sodium Bromide + Potassium Phosphate + Glycine + water) at 298.15 and 308.15 K, J. Chem. Thermodynamics 37 (2005) 1305–1311
  29.   Equation of state for hard-spheres and excess function calculations of binary liquid mixtures, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 239 (2006) 91–99
  30.   Measurement and modelling of mean activity coefficients of aqueous mixed electrolyte solution containing glycine, J. Chem. Thermodynamics, 38 (2006)1049-1053
  31.   Application of solar CHP system in a university campus for reduction of CO2 emission, Chemical Engineering Transactions , 25 ( 2011) 731-736
  32.   Simulation of methanol process and determination of optimum condition. Iranian Chemical Engineering Journal, 53 (2011) 76-86
  33.   Technical and economical study on application of absorption solar chiller in Iran, Iranian Chemical Engineering Journal, 46 (2010) 60-72
  34.   Simulation of ammonia plant and determination of optimum condition Kellogg Process, Iranian Chemical Engineering Journal, 59 (2012) 55-61
  35.   Study, comparison and simulation of olefin plants based on ethane feed. Iranian Chemical Engineering Journal, 57 (2011) 41-54
  36.   Feasibility of Utilizing CHP Systems in Reduction of CO2 Generation in Residential Units, Iranian Chemical Engineering Journal, 62 (2012) 14-20

  Conference papers

 

  1.   An Investigation on the Gemini and Amphoteric Surfactants for Chemical Flooding in High-Salinity High-Temperature Carbonate Reservoirs , The 8th international chemical engineering conference.
  2.   Evaluation of PR and PHSC performance in minimum miscibility pressure of oil reservoirs, The 15th Chemical Engineering Conference, Tehran University
  3.  
  4.   Feasibility Study on Application of CHP Systems in a University Campus in South of Iran, 24th congress on condition monitoring and diagnostics engineering managements, COMADEM 2001, Norway, 30 May-1 June, Page 933.
  5.   Surface tension of atmospheric solutions, modeling aqueous organic-inorganic mixtures, 25th European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics ESAT 2011, 24-27 June, Saint Petersburg, Page 83.
  6.   Prediction of varnish formation utilizing oil analysis, 2nd congress on rotating equipments in oil and gas industry, Tehran 22-23 Nov., 2010
  7.   Measurement of activity coefficient in aqueous solution containing amino acid and mixed electrolyte, 5th Annual conference on electrochemistry, May 2009, Tehran, Iran
  8.   Comparison between different activity coefficient models in prediction of Surface tension and interfacial tension, 14th Physical Chemistry conference, Tehran University 25-28 Feb., 2011, Kish Island, Iran, Page number in Proceeding 2411.
  9.   A modified Mean spherical Approximation model for prediction of mean activity coefficient, 14th Physical Chemistry conference, Tehran University 25-28 Feb., 2011, Kish Island, Iran, Page number in Proceeding 1139.
  10.   Extended UNIQUAC model for modeling of liquid-liquid equilibrium in mixed solvent electrolyte system, 14th Physical Chemistry conference, Tehran University 25-28 Feb., 2011, Kish Island, Iran, Page number in Proceeding 32.
  11.   Prediction of activity coefficient of electrolyte in the aqueous electrolyte solution containing water+amino acid +KCl, NaCl or NaBr using neural network. 7th World Chemical Engineering Congress Glasgow August 2005
  12.   Modified Pitzer Equations Using In Modeling Of Mean Activity Coefficients Of Aqueous Single And Mixed Electrolyte Solution Containing An Amino Acid. 7th Physical Chemistry Conference Esfehan Feb. 2005
  13.   Modeling Of Mean Activity Coefficients of Aqueous Single And Mixed Electrolyte Solution Containing An Amino Acid. Russian XV International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics Moscow, June 27 - July 2, 2005
  14.   Prediction and Modeling of activity coefficients of electrolytes in aqueous electrolyte solution containing amino acids using neural network models. Russian XV International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics Moscow, Russia, June 27 - July 2, 2005
  15.   New mean spherical approximation method for prediction of solid-liquid equlibria in mixed aqueous electrolyte solution, 19th IUPAC International Conference on chemical thermodynamics, Boulder, Colorado USA, July 30 –August 4, 2006
  16.   Application Of Neural Network In Prediction Of Activity Coefficient In Single And Mixed Electrolyte Solution Accepted As Oral presentation, 19th IUPAC International Conference on chemical thermodynamics, Boulder, Colorado USA, July 30 –August 4, 2006
  17.   Prediction of Activity Coefficients in Organic Electrolyte Solutions (alkyl ammonium salt solution), 18th European conferences on Thermo Physical Properties, Pau France, 31 August - 5 Sep.
  18.   Evaluation of Different Equations of State in Prediction of Gas Hydrate Formation in Presence of Different Inhibitors, 6th Iranian Chemical Engineering Conference, Iran, Tabriz, 2008
  19.   The Effects of Dielectric Constant in Perturbation Theory; For Prediction of Amino Acid Activity Coefficient in Water-Electrolyte-Amino Acid System. 17th Symposium on Thermo-physical Properties, Boulder, Colorado, June 21-26, 2009
  20.   Application of Neural Network in Prediction of Surface Tension in Pure and Binary Solution, 17th Symposium on Thermo-physical Properties, Boulder, Colorado, June 21-26, 2009
  21.   A New Simplified Local Density Model for Adsorption of Pure Gases and Binary Mixtures, 17th Symposium on Thermo-physical Properties, Boulder, Colorado, June 21-26, 2009
  22.   Solar absorption chiller as a potential for CO2 reduction in Iran, 2nd Technical Conference of Thermodynamics, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran, Tehran, May 11, 2009
  23.   Application of Polar PC SAFT equation of state for prediction of liquid-liquid equilibrium in ionic liquids, 3rd Technical conference of Thermodynamics, Iran, Rasht, October 2-3, 2011
  24.   Study on application and performance of Dehghani-Modarress hard sphere equation of state in SAFT EOS 3rd Technical conference of Thermodynamics, Iran, Rasht, October 2-3, 2011
  25.   Prediction of solid liquid equilibrium in Absorption chillers containing lithium bromide and lithium chloride, 3rd Technical conference of Thermodynamics, Iran, Rasht, October 2-3, 2011
  26.   Application of extended UNIQUAC model in prediction of surface tension of mixed electrolyte solutions, 3rd Technical conference of Thermodynamics, Iran, Rasht, October 2-3, 2011

    Conference Attendance

  •   25th European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics ESAT 2011, 24-27 June, Saint Petersburg
  •   24th congress on condition monitoring and diagnostics engineering managements, COMADEM 2011, 30May-1 June
  •   14th Physical Chemistry Conference Kish Island, Oral and Poster presentation Feb. 2011
  •   17th Symposium on Thermo-physical Properties, Boulder, Colorado, June 21-26, 2009
  •   6th Iranian Chemical Engineering Conference, Iran, Tabriz, 2008
  •   Russian XV International Conference on Chemical Thermodynamics Moscow, Oral and Poster presentation, June 27 - July 2, 2005
  •   19th IUPAC International Conference on chemical thermodynamics, Boulder, Colorado USA, Oral and Poster presentation, July 30 –Agust 4, 2006
  •   7th World chemical engineering congress Glasgow, Poster Presentation, August 2005
  •   7th Physical Chemistry Conference Esfehan, Oral and Poster presentation Feb. 2005
  •   18th European Conference on Thermophysical properties, Poster presentation, August 2008
  •   25th European Symposium on Applied Thermodynamics ESAT 2011

    Recent Research and Industrial Projects

  •   Development of Health, Safety and Environmental Key Performance indicators for Tehran Municipality, Recent
  •   Theoretical and experimental study on absorption of aromatics (BTEX) on Ionic liquids.
  •   Theoretical and experimental study on water in oil emulsions Development of Health, Safety and Environmental Key Performance indicators in Iranian Offshore Oil Company.
  •   Development of a thermodynamic properties prediction, reactive and non-reactive phase equilibrium calculation software for NG transmission, distribution and refining industries, CAPE Group, 2009-2011
  •   Development of computational code for prediction of Hydrate formation in natural gas pipeline in the presence and absence of inhibitors.
  •   Natural Gas adsorption on activated carbon (ANG).
  •   Modeling of Varnish formation in lubrication cycle of turbo compressors (Varnish formation in journal bearings).

  

 

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