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Dr. Junaid Ahmad Khan
Assistant Professor
Department of Computational Engineering

RCMS
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Research Center of Modeling and Simulation(RCMS), Academic-I Building, NUST Campus, H-12, Islamabad, Pakistan
Tel : 92-51-9085-5740

Specialization
Computational Fluid Dynamics

Education
PhD Computational Science and Engineering (NUST)

​Dr. Junaid Ahmad Khan is working in RCMS NUST since 2016. He completed BSc (Honors) in Computational Physics (2008) from University of the Punjab and MS and PhD Computational Science and Engineering (2010, 2016) from NUST. He was actively involved in HEC funded projects “External Flow Analysis of Trucks being used in Pakistan for Drag Reduction with the Aim of Achieving Substantial Fuel Savings”. His current research interest includes:
•    Non-Newtonian fluids
•    Heat Transfer in Nanofluids
•    Flow control in Turbo machinery
•    Internal and external flow analysis
​Mr. Junaid is pursuing research in Computational Fluid Dynamics and Applied Mathematics mainly:
•    Applications of boundary layer theory in the flow and heat transfer analysis of Newtonian, Non-Newtonian and Nanofluids
•    Flow Controlling via active and passive techniques
•    Aerodynamic design improvements and optimization

Publications:

  • ​JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, MA Farooq, A Alsaedi, SJ Liao, (2014). On model for three- dimensional flow of nanofluid: An application to solar energy, Journal of Molecular Liquids 194, 41- 47.
  • JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2014). On Three- Dimensional Flow and Heat Transfer over a Non-Linearly Stretching Sheet: Analytical and Numerical Solutions, PLOS ONE 9 (9).
  • M Mustafa, JA Khan, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2015). Boundary Layer Flow of Nanofluid Over a Nonlinearly Stretching Sheet With Convective Boundary Condition, IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NANOTECHNOLOGY 14(1), 159.
  • M Mustafa, JA Khan, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2015). Analytical and numerical solutions for axisymmetric flow of nanofluid due to non- linearly stretching sheet, International Journal of Non- Linear Mechanics
  • JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2014). Numerical study on three-dimensional flow of nanofluid past a convectively heated exponentially stretching sheet. Canadian Journal of Physics.
  • JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2015). Three-dimensional flow of nanofluid over a non-linearly stretching sheet: An application to solar energy. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 86, 158-164.
  • JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, M Sheikholeslami, A Alsaedi, (2015). Three-Dimensional Flow of Nanofluid Induced by an Exponentially Stretching Sheet: An Application to Solar Energy. PloS one, 10(3), e0116603.
  • M Mustafa, JA Khan, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2015). Simulations for Maxwell fluid flow past a convectively heated exponentially stretching sheet with nanoparticles. AIP Advances, 5(3), 037133.
  • M Mustafa, JA Khan, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2015). Sakiadis flow of Maxwell fluid considering magnetic field and convective boundary conditions. AIP Advances, 5(2), 027106.
  • M Mustafa, JA Khan, T Hayat, A Alsaedi, (2015). On Bödewadt flow and heat transfer of nanofluids over a stretching stationary disk. Journal of Molecular Liquids 211, 119–125.
  • M. Mustafa, JA. Khan (2015). Model for flow of Casson nanofluid past a non-linearly stretching sheet considering magnetic field effects. AIP Advances, 5(7), 077148.
  • JA. Khan, A. Mushtaq, M. Mustafa (2015). On three-dimensional flow of nanofluids past a convectively heated deformable surface: A numerical study. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 94, 49-55.
  • JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, A Alsaedi (2015). Numerical study of Cattaneo-Christov heat flux model for viscoelastic flow due to an exponentially stretching surface. PloS one 10 (9), e0137363.
  • M. Mustafa, JA. Khan (2015). Numerical analysis of Sakiadis flow problem considering Maxwell nanofluid. Thermal Science
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  • Mushtaq, JA Khan, M Mustafa, T Hayat, A Alsaedi (2016) Consequences of convection-radiation interaction for magnetite-water nanofluid flow due to a moving plate. Thermal Science.
  • JA Khan, M Mustafa, A Mushtaq (2016) On three-dimensional flow of nanofluids past a convectively heated deformable surface: A numerical study. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 94, 49-55
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    Conference:

  • JA Khan, K Parvez, S Ahmad, A Mushtaq (2011) Effect of Circumferential Grooves and Tip Recess on Stall Characteristics of Transonic Axial Compressor Rotor. 49th ASM AIAA, AIAA
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  • A Mushtaq, K Parvez, S Ahmed, JA Khan (2011) Parametric study of tip injection on the stability of transonic axial flow compressor. 49th ASM AIAA, AIAA 744
  • S Aziz, K Parvez, S Ahmad, JA Khan (2011) Optimization of Fuel Economy By Drag Reduction of Pakistani Bedford Truck. International Conference on Mechanical, Automotive and Aerospace Engineering 2011, ICMAAE '11
  • JA Khan, A Mushtaq, K Parvez, S Ahmad (2012) Studying the Performance of Transonic Axial Flow Compressor by Implementing Circumferential Grooves, Tip Recess and Tip Injection. 50th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting including the New Horizons Forum and Aerospace Exposition