Research presentation

Taghi Karimipanah

Research presentation

Taghi Karimipanah

Senior lecturer

Research subject: Energisystem

CURRENT RESEARCH

”InventiAir’s ventilation technique, development and verification of next-generation energy-efficient indoor climate”.

The project is implemented in close collaboration with University of Gävle. A mixed team from InventiAir's and HiG's employees led by Taghi Karimipanah (HiG) and Martin Sellö (President of InventiAir). The project will be conducted in two stages: 1) Testing and verification of mixing ventilation vs InventiAir’s system and products.

2) Implementation of test results to the underlying formulas / algorithms and development of user support for the users of InventiAir’s products.

Research in fluid dynamics with energy saving in the ventilation systems:

I participate in a basic research project to develop alternative methods of air distribution systems which have the advantages of displacement ventilation system but without its drawbacks.

In this research program I am collaborating with Prof. Mats Sandberg, Professor Bahram Moshfegh and Prof. Hazim Awbi (UK). Some of our published journal and conference papers are in this area.

In order to improve the prediction and development in computer simulations, in addition to the researchers mentioned earlier; Ulf Larsson, Mathias Cehlin and I formed a group and work is in full swing .

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Conference papers

Vachaparambil, K., Cehlin, M. & Karimipanah, T. (2018). Comparative Numerical Study of the Indoor Climate for Mixing and Confluent Jet Ventilation Systems in an Open-plan Office. Proceedings of the 4<sup>th</sup> international Conference on Building Energy &amp; Environment. Melbourne: Conference On Building Energy & Environment - COBEE2018, Melbourne Australia. P. 73-78. [More information]
Cehlin, M. & Karimipanah, T. (2015). Prediction of indoor airflow close to a supply device using SST-SAS Model. Ventilation 2015 - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Industrial Ventilation: International Conference on Industrial Ventilation. P. 681-688. [More information]
Karimipanah, T., Larsson, U. & Cehlin, M. (2014). Investigation of flow pattern for a confluent-jets system on a workbench of an industrial space. Indoor Air 2014 : 13th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. P. 192-199. External link [More information]
Cehlin, M., Karimipanah, T. & Larsson, U. (2014). Unsteady CFD simulations for prediction of airflow close to a supply device for displacement ventilation. Indoor Air 2014 - 13th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. P. 47-54. External link [More information]
Karimipanah, T. & Cehlin, M. (2011). Comparing the efficiency of three turbulence models with experiments conducted for a two-dimensional wall jet in a ventilated room : <em></em>. Proceedings of Roomvent 2011, 11<sup>th</sup> International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms 19 - 22 June 2011 Torendheim, Norway. P. 8-. [More information]
Karimipanah, T. & Sandberg, M. (2011). Some observations of interaction between the ambient and an axisymmetric jet impinging on a surface : <em></em>. Proceedings of Roomvent 2011, 11<sup>th</sup> International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms 19 - 22 June 2011 Torendheim, Norway.. External link [More information]
Karimipanah, T. & Moshfegh, B. (2007). On the performance of confluent jets ventilation system in office space. In Proc. of Roomvent 2007, 10<sup>th</sup> International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms, 13-15 June Helsinki, Finland (2007). [More information]
Karimipanah, T., Moshfegh, B. & Awbi, H. (2006). On the energy consumption of high and low-level air suppliers. . [More information]
Karimipanah, T., Awbi, H. & Moshfegh, B. (2006). On the Energy consumption of high-and low-level Air supplies. : WREC. [More information]
Cho, Y., Awbi, H. & Karimipanah, T. (2005). Comparison between wall confluent jets and displacement ventilation in aspect of the spreading rate on the floor. Indoor Air 2005 : proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate. [More information]
Cho, Y., Awbi, H. & Karimipanah, T. (2004). The characteristics of wall confluent jets for ventilated enclosures. . External link [More information]
Karimipanah, T. & Awbi, H. (2001). Performance evaluation of two air distribution systems. Proceedings of 5<sup>th</sup> International Conference Ventilation for Automotive Industry. External link [More information]
Karimipanah, T., Sandberg, M. & Awbi, H. (2000). A comparative study of different air distribution systems in a classroom. Air distributions in rooms : Ventilation for Health and Sustainable Environment: Elsevier. P. 1013-1018. [More information]
Karimipanah, T. & Sandberg, M. (1996). Maximum velocity of return flow close to the floor in a ventilated room - experimental and numerical results. . P. 263-272. External link [More information]
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