Fathollah Ommi

fathollah ommi


Associate Professor  in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace, Moscow Technological University , Russia, 1996. 




M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Energy Conversion, Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran, 1989.



B.Sc. Mechanical Engineering, Mechanics in Heat and Fluids, University of Science and Technology, Iran, 1983.

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Web Site Address: http://ari.ac.ir/ommi


Research Interests 

  • Increasing the Efficiency of Internal Combustion Engines through Changes in Type and Consumption  of Fuel,
  • Reduction of Pollutants of Internal Combustion Engines of All Ttypes of Vehicles,
  • Conversion of Carburetor Engines to Injectors,
  • Design of the Single-base and Two-base Injector,
  • Designing Different Types of Nozzles,
  • Investigating the Issue of Fluid Propagation in an Aerosol in One Phase and Two Phase,
  • All Research Fields Related to Propulsion Engines,
  • Design and Performance Enhancement of Hybrid Engines,
  • Design of Fuel Cell Motors,




Author of 60 Conference Papers and 80 Journal Papers, Including:

[1] Application of Maximum Entropy Principle for Estimation of Droplet-size Distribution Using Internal Flow Analysis of a Swirl Injector, International Journal of Spray and Combustion Dynamics, 2016.

[2] Experimental Iinvestigation of Swirl Atomizer Spray Defections, Meccanica, 2014.

[3] Numerical Analysis of Droplet Impact Onto Liquid Film, Physics of Fluids, 2014.

[4] Estimation of the Breakup Length for the Annular and the Round Liquid Jet Using Linear Instability Analysis, IRANIAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-TRANSACTIONS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 2013.

[5] An Investigation on Effect of High Pressure Post Injection on Soot and NO Emissions in a DI Diesel Engine, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 2012.

[6] Effect of Oxygenates Blending with Gasoline to Improve Fuel Properties, Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 2012.

[7] Response of a Planar Solid Oxide Fuel Cell to Step Load and Inlet Flow Temperature Changes, JOURNAL OF POWER SOURCES, 2011.

[8] Evaluation of Hydrogen and Methane-fuelled Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Systems for Residential Applications System Design Alternative and Parameter Study, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY, 2009.

[9] Experimental Investigation of Characteristics of a Double-base Swirl Injector in a Liquid Rocket Propellant Engine, Thermal Science, 2009.

[10] Supersonic Jet Noise: Main Sources and Reduction Methodologies, Journal of Engineering Science and Technology Review, 2014.


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Teaching Experiences



Research Supervision

Supervision of More than 80 Master and PhD Students,



Professional Experiences


 More than 80 research and industrial projects, such as:

[1] Feasibility Study of Designing, Constructing, and Testing of the Living Being Capsule (Animal and Humans in Order to Increase Reliability).

[2] Feasibility Study, Design and Simulation of M.H.D Generator, 2012.

[3] Performing the required injector tests, 2011.

[4] Study on the Two-Step Operating Mode of Engine Blow Out, 2011.

[5] Preparation of a Road Map for the Prediction Technology of Natural Disasters, 2010.

[6] Establishing a Laboratory for Impulse Test, 2010.

[7] Design and Fabrication of LDV instrument based on Phase and Layser Doppler Method, 2010 .



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