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   Shirvani, Mansour

  E-mail: shirvani.m[at]iust.ac.ir

  Persent Position: Assistant Proffessor

  Department : Chem. Eng.

  Ph.D. Niigata University (country Japan), date 1994

  Tel: +98-21-73912715

  Website E_mail: Shirvani.m[at]iust.ac.ir  

  Education and Qualifications

  i) University Degrees

  Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Chem. Eng. , University of Niigata, 1989-1994

  Master of Science in Chem. Eng. , University of Tehran, 1979-1980

  ii) Sellected Short Course Certificates

   Employment

  Assistant Professor, Faculty of Industrial Engineering , Iran University of Science and Technology, Since April 1995  

  Teaching Experiences

  Process Control (undergraduate course in Department of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology; Mazandaran University, Department of Cemival Engineering

  Process Control (Postgraduate course in Department of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology

  Mass Transfer (undergraduate course in Department of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology

  Fluid Mechanics (undergraduate course in Department of Chemical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology

  Thermodynamics (undergraduate course in Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Metalorgical Engineering, Tehran University

    Selected Written Works

Sh. Tamjid, S.H Hashemabadi and M. Shirvani, Fluid catalytic cracking: Prediction ofcatalyst attrition in a regeneration cyclone, Filtration+Separation 2011 

- Lumping Procedure for a Kinetic Model of Catalytic Naphtha Reforming, Brazilian J. of Chem. Eng ,2009  

 - National Human Development Report of the I. R. Iran (lead author and national team leader), United Nations and Management and Planning Organization, Forthcoming

  1 - Shirvani, M., M. Hnagaki and T. Shimizu, "On a Transfer Function That

  Approximates Complex Dynamics,” Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu, Vol. 18,

  862-866 (1992) (in Japanies) .

  2 - Shirvani, M., M. Inagaki and T. Shimizu, “A simplified Model of Distributed

  Parameter Parameter Systems,” J. of Eng. of Iran, Vol. 6, No. 2, 65-78 (1993) .

  3 - Shirvani M., M. Inagaki and T. Shimizu, “Simplification Studies on Dynamic

  Models of Distributed Parameter Systems,” AIChE J., Vol. 41, No. 12, 2658

  (1995) .

  4- Shirvani. M., M. A. Dustary, M. Shahbaz and Z. Eksiri, "Heuristic Process

  Model Simplification in Frequency Response Domain," J. of Eng. of Iran,

  Vol. 17, No. 1, 19-39 (2004)

  5 - Sadighi, S., M. Shirvani, M. Esmaeli and R. Farzami, “Improving the Removal

  Efficiency of Cyclones by Recycle Stream”, Chem. Eng. & Tech., No. 10

  (2006)

  6 - Shirvani, M., S. Sadighi, M. H. Khanof, M. R. Yousefi, “Sealing of Rotary

  Drums for Operation Under Pressurized Conditions”, Chem. Eng. & Tech.

  No. 12 (2006)

  7- Shirvani, M. and M. Esmaeli, “A New Method for Time-Delay Compensation

  in Control Systems”, Iranian J. of Chemistry and Chemical Eng., Vol. 27

  (2008)

  Conference Attendance   

  Research Projects

  - Improving removal Efficiency of Cyclone dedusters, 1995 up to now

  - Improving Control Sstems including Time Delay, 2003 up to now

  - Industrial Software for Estimating Coating Tichness in Cement Kiln, 2002-2007

  Awards and Scholarships

  “Letter of Appreciation”, issued by inventors and inovators assosciation of Iran for the patent concerning a new cyclone deduster system

  “Letter of Appreciation” issued by inventors and inovators assosciation of Iran for the patent concerning a new method for sealing of rotary kilns for operation under pressurized conditions

  “Letter of Appreciation” issued by IMIDRO for the superiority of a project accomplished in Khoozestan Steel Factories concerning to cyclone dedusting systems

  Assignments and Consultations

  Maneger of Process Design Groop in Chemical Engineering Department of Iran University of Science and Technology

  Attendance in International Official Meetings    


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