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My professional career as a chemical process plant equipment designer began when I was invited by Petro Arad Tilar Co. to design a heat exchanger to cool down the hot water coming from the polymer extruder. The successful design resulted in winning more contracts of mini projects including the design and selection of a pump, piping, valve, heat exchanger, blower, etc. Through these projects, I improved my skills in using design software such as Aspen and simulation programs like Fluent and Comsol. From that time up until the present, I have helped this company in troubleshooting.
In 2011, I was employed by an oil refinery contractor to design a new water vapour elimination system for a compressor at the Shazand Oil Refinery, Iran. The results were then published in an article in 2012. In the same year I designed and developed a bio reactor that was later used to treat wastewater in pilot scale. The results and details of achievements were published in another paper in 2012.
In 2014, I designed a solar-powered water heater to provide hot water in remote areas in Kavir Loot, Iran. This project was financed and supported by Naja department of research. In the same year, I modelled an insulation compound system to be used in batteries manufactured by Saha Battery, Iran.
In 2015, I was invited to supervise the installation of a new manufacturing line for producing wood-plastic sheets and granules in Petro Arad Tilar.
In 2016, I designed all the pieces of equipment installed in Petro Anahid Arak alcohol production plant. This project included a cooling tower, pumps, valves, lagoon, etc.
In 2017, I modified a standard in determining the ability of specific chemicals to produce polyurethane. This modification improved the speed and accuracy of the conventional one. In the same year, I developed a process of liquid-liquid extraction to isolate the main four fractions of pyrolysis oil. This method was able to isolate sugars, phenols and lignins from the rest of the chemicals.
As of recent I have completed the development of a model to determine the compounds of wood bio oil which was produced from a pyrolysis reactor at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. This model was prepared using Matlab and the results were compared with the data from NMR spectroscopy. The model was successful in predicting the concentration of main chemical groups.
I have also designed a novel condenser which will replace the existing one in the UC Chemical Engineering Department. This condenser includes a high-pressure spray column equipped with a secondary double pipe heat exchanger. All the heat transfer and hydrodynamic calculations were done in Excel and the 3D drawing was created using Solidworks.
As a brief history of my education, I finished my BSc of chemical engineering in 2010, followed by MSc finished in 2012. I am currently a Ph.D. scholar at the University of Canterbury working on slow-released fertilisers from wood bio oil.

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My professional career as a chemical process plant equipment designer began when I was invited by Petro Arad Tilar Co. to design a heat exchanger to cool down the hot water coming from the polymer extruder. The successful design resulted in winning more contracts of mini projects including the design and selection of a pump, piping, valve, heat exchanger, blower, etc. Through these projects, I improved my skills in using design software such as Aspen and simulation programs like Fluent and Comsol. From that time up until the present, I have helped this company in troubleshooting.
In 2011, I was employed by an oil refinery contractor to design a new water vapour elimination system for a compressor at the Shazand Oil Refinery, Iran. The results were then published in an article in 2012. In the same year I designed and developed a bio reactor that was later used to treat wastewater in pilot scale. The results and details of achievements were published in another paper in 2012.
In 2014, I designed a solar-powered water heater to provide hot water in remote areas in Kavir Loot, Iran. This project was financed and supported by Naja department of research. In the same year, I modelled an insulation compound system to be used in batteries manufactured by Saha Battery, Iran.
In 2015, I was invited to supervise the installation of a new manufacturing line for producing wood-plastic sheets and granules in Petro Arad Tilar.
In 2016, I designed all the pieces of equipment installed in Petro Anahid Arak alcohol production plant. This project included a cooling tower, pumps, valves, lagoon, etc.
In 2017, I modified a standard in determining the ability of specific chemicals to produce polyurethane. This modification improved the speed and accuracy of the conventional one. In the same year, I developed a process of liquid-liquid extraction to isolate the main four fractions of pyrolysis oil. This method was able to isolate sugars, phenols and lignins from the rest of the chemicals.
As of recent I have completed the development of a model to determine the compounds of wood bio oil which was produced from a pyrolysis reactor at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. This model was prepared using Matlab and the results were compared with the data from NMR spectroscopy. The model was successful in predicting the concentration of main chemical groups.
I have also designed a novel condenser which will replace the existing one in the UC Chemical Engineering Department. This condenser includes a high-pressure spray column equipped with a secondary double pipe heat exchanger. All the heat transfer and hydrodynamic calculations were done in Excel and the 3D drawing was created using Solidworks.
As a brief history of my education, I finished my BSc of chemical engineering in 2010, followed by MSc finished in 2012. I am currently a Ph.D. scholar at the University of Canterbury working on slow-released fertilisers from wood bio oil.

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