Research Interests

​Gas turbine industry is eager to produce combustion devices that can operate with high efficiency and low emissions. In order to achieve such requirements, the combustion systems need to operate in lean conditions. One of the problems that occur in lean conditions is the rise of combustion instabilities. Instabilities results due to the interaction between heat release and acoustic environment.

In order to address the above problems, a rearward step combustor at laboratory scale is designed that could be used to investigate combustion instabilities. The combustor is capable of operating at elevated pressures and temperatures thus can operate relevant to gas turbine conditions.


Education Profile

  • BEng & MEng., Aerospace Engineering at Queen Mary , University of London, UK, 2009

Professional Profile

  • 2011-2013: Computational Modeling on swirl burner, UK, ( Voluntarily ) ( I would not like to mention the University name since I work privately for the Professor )

KAUST Affiliations

  • Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC)
  • Physical Sciences and Engineering ( PSE )