Ehsan Sarhadizadeh

Ehsan Sarhadizadeh
Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology | KNTU · Faculty of Civil Engineering

Physical Oceanography

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Citations since 2017
4 Research Items
36 Citations
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Additional affiliations
August 2015 - present
Khaje Nasir Toosi University of Technology
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • R&D Project supported by Ports & Maritime Organization, Tehran, Iran. "Coupling of 2DH-3D Persian Model for Ocean Dynamics". "PMODynamics", Persian Model for Ocean Dynamics, is an Iranian numerical model developed for coastal engineering studies.
April 2013 - April 2015
AnteaGroup
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • R&D Project supported by Flanders Hydraulics Research, Waterbouwkundig Laboratorium, Antwerp, Belgium. "Hydraulische Simulatie Superstormen 13_029". www.anteagroup.com
January 2011 - January 2013
Universidade do Algarve
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • R&D Project supported by European Commission under the Transport Theme of the 7th Framework Program (FP7), ARGOMARINE Project. "Automatic Oil Spill Recognition and Geo positioning integrated in a Marine Monitoring Network". www.argomarine.eu

Publications

Publications (20)
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A new approach towards the management of oil pollution accidents in marine sensitive areas is presented in this work. A set of nested models in a downscaling philosophy was implemented, externally forced by existing regional operational products. The 3D hydrodynamics, turbulence and the oil transport/weathering models are all linked in the same sys...
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The world production of crude oil is about 3 billion tons per year. The overall objective of the model in present study is supporting the decision makers in planning and conducting preventive and emergency interventions. The conservative equation for the slick dynamics was derived from layer-averaged Navier-Stokes (LNS) equations, averaged over the...
Research
Storm surges, which are temporary oscillations in water level generated by interaction between atmospheric forcing weather systems and the sea, often cause significant loss of life and damage to property with large economic costs in densely populated areas. The development of hydrodynamic models together with the atmospheric circulation models faci...
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In this study, the performance and efficiency of 12 ports in the Persian Gulf, Oman and Caspian seas in Iran is evaluated using data envelopment analysis (DEA) method. DEA allows comparing the efficiency in revenue generation of ports with different economies. Two different modeling approaches were presented in this study; based on relating earning...
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This document aims to present preliminary work carried on in the framework of the development of a storm surge model for the Belgian coastal area. The PUG Matlab toolbox for pre-and post-processing of unstructured grids is first presented along with an open source strategy to design triangular, unstructured grids. Then, the ongoing development in t...
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As long as oil is used, the risk of an oil spill exists. Rapid economic growth has caused a significant increase in fossil fuel consumption in recent decades. The world production of crude oil is about 3 billion tons per year and half of it is transported by sea. Exporting oil, especially via marine fleets and increasing development of petrochemica...
Conference Paper
The movement of oil spill, its diffusion and hydro-environmental effects have been simulated by developing a 2DH numerical model based on non-linear shallow water Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes equations using Finite Volume Method. The new model deploys the relevant formulations for oil spill processes. Since advection and diffusion of oil polluti...
Conference Paper
Having two water frontiers, namely (everlasting) Persian Gulf and Oman Sea in the south and Caspian Sea in the north, intense dependence on extracting and exporting oil, especially via marine fleets and ever-increasing development of petrochemical industry, Iran is exposed to severe environmental damages caused by oil and petrochemical industries....

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