Amin Mahmoudzadeh Andwari

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering
Associate Professor, Energy Conversion
Advanced/Low-Carbon Automotive Powertrain Development; Battery Thermal Management System; Hybrid/Electric Vehicles Powertrain System Design, Component Development and System Validation; Low-Temperature Combustion, Alternative/Carbon-Free Fuels

Materials and Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Technology

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Amin Mahmoudzadeh Andwari is an Associate Professor in the University of Oulu, Faculty of Technology, Materials and Mechanical Engineering research unit, Machine and Vehicle Design (MVD) research group.

His research involves development of advanced propulsion in transportation segment mainly focused on the application of Renewable/Sustainable energy resources in Low-Carbon automotive powertrains including Advanced Combustion Engine (RCCI, LTC), Thermal Management of Battery and Combustion Engine, Battery/Hybrid Electric Vehicles energy management system, Alternative/Green Fuels (H2/Ammonia, Biodiesel, Alcohol), Exhaust Waste Heat Recovery (ORC, sCO2, Turbocharging).

Research interests

  • Advanced/Low-Carbon Automotive Powertrain Development
  • Battery Thermal Management System for HEV/BEV and IC Engine (System Design, Component Development and Validation)
  • Advanced/Low Temperature Combustion Development (RCCI, CAI, LTC)
  • Hybrid Electric Vehicles Powertrain Energy Management (System Design, Component Development and Validation)
  • Alternative/Green Fuels (H2/Ammonia, Biodiesel, Alcohol)
  • Engine Exhaust Waste Heat Recovery (ORC, TEG, IBC)
  • Combustion Engine Downsizing (Turbo/Supercharging, Boosted GDI/DISI Engines

Researcher information

54

publications

678

citation count of most cited publication

1575

citations

17.00

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Contact information

E-mail

Amin.MahmoudzadehAndwari@oulu.fi

Phone number

+358 29 448 1621

Visiting address

Office: TF317-2,
Machine and Vehicle Design (MVD),
Materials and Mechanical Engineering,
Faculty of Technology,
University of Oulu.

Postal address

P.O. Box 4200,
FI-90014

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