Research

 

 

Primary research interests are: Micro/nano Systems and Integration, and Multiphysics Modeling in Engineering Design. The application areas of research include Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Multirotor Aerial Vehicles, Renewable/Alternative Energy, Manufacturing Process Modeling and Optimization, Miniature Thermal Systems etc. Published 50 technical papers in refereed international journals and conference proceedings and attended many international conferences.

 

Research Projects:

 

·         Apply multi-physics modeling to design and optimize vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) multirotor aerial vehicles for better power efficiency through integrated aerodynamic and structural performance. This project has been internally funded by the SPCEET grant, 2018, KSU and the Graduate College through a GRA, 2018, KSU.

·         Apply multi-physics modeling to design and optimize a tidal turbine and farm located in the Gulf Stream. This project has not been funded so far.

·         Develop a computational fluid dynamics model by lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) to model multiphase, multicomponent fluid flow in micro-channels with nanoscale surface modifications. The study was initiated during the Summer Faculty Fellowship Program, 2014. The LBM was originally introduced to me at Carnegie Mellon University for designing nano/micro fluidic devices. The project at that time was sponsored by Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, Bechtel Bettis, Inc. and EXA Corporation.

·         Design and develop a compact and lightweight waste energy recovery system from automobile engine exhaust gas and coolant. The project is in collaboration with Georgia Institute of Technology. It was partially funded by Academic Affairs Small Grants Program, Southern Polytechnic State University.

·         Conducted thermal/mechanical analysis of transmission laser microjoining of dissimilar materials for packaging of bio-implants and opto-electronics. This project was funded by a grant from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC).

·         Developed a molecular simulation model for protein adsorption to biomaterial solid surfaces for nano-scale biofilm characterization for bioMEMS, biosensors and biocompatibility. The project was funded by Wayne State University Nanotechnology Initiative.

·         Characterized and optimized nano-scale liquid perfluoropolyether films on solid carbon surfaces for better design of head-disk interface and nano-tribology. The project was sponsored by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).

·         Designed and developed a surface accumulator and a separator of E. coli bacteria to be detected by biosensors in micro/mini channel flow. The work was sponsored by the US Army TACOM titled “Real-Time Biosensor Water Monitoring System”.

·         Performed research on the effect of expansion angle on turbulent swirling flow to optimize the design of a combustor.

 Firefighting and disaster relief UAV

Firefighting and Disaster Relief UAV

TT

Tidal Turbine Farm

Residual stress in laser microjoining of dissimilar materials

Residual stress in laser microjoining process

Laser beam

Microscale laser joining of dissimilar materials

mcro channel

Micro/mini channel based ecoli surface accumulator

Nano meniscus

Nano scale meniscus in head-disk drive

Refereed Journal Publications
 

1)     M. S. Mayeed and S. M. Ghiaasiaan, “WASTE ENERGY RECOVERY SYSTEM FOR AUTOMOBILE ENGINE EXHAUST GAS AND COOLANT”, International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment, 18(2), 2017, 1-13.

2)     G. Newaz, M. Mayeed and S. Rasul, “Characterization of Balsawood Mechanical Properties Required for Continuum Damage Mechanics Analysis”, Journal of Materials: Design and Application, 230(1), 2016, 206-218.

3)      M. S. Mayeed and G. M. Newaz, “Optimization of Process Parameters and Residual Stress Analysis of Transmission Laser Microjoining of Glass and Silicon”, International Journal of Materials and Product Technology, 50(2), 2015, 161.

4)      M. S. Mayeed and T. Kato, “Modeling Replenishment of Ultrathin Liquid Perfluoropolyether Z Films on Solid Surfaces using Monte Carlo Simulation”, Journal of Nanoscience, 2014, Article ID 104137.

5)      M. S. Mayeed, N. Lubna, G. W. Auner, G. M. Newaz, R. Patwa, and H. Herfurth, “Finite Element Thermal/Mechanical Analysis for Microscale Laser Joining of Ultrathin Coatings of Titanium on Glass/Polyimide System”, Journal of Materials: Design and Application, 225(4), 2011, 245.

6)      A. Dhorajiya, M. S. Mayeed, G. W. Auner, R. J. Baird, G. M. Newaz, R. Patwa, and H. Herfurth, “Finite Element Thermal/Mechanical Analysis of Transmission Laser Microjoining of Titanium and Polyimide”, ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, 132, 2010, 011004.

7)      M. S. Mayeed, A. M. Al-Mekhnaqi, G. W. Auner, and G. M. Newaz, “A Surface Accumulator of E. Coli in Water Flow”, Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 12(1), 2009, 109.

8)      A. M. Al-Mekhnaqi, M. S. Mayeed, and G. M. Newaz, “Prediction of Protein Conformation in Water and on Surfaces by Monte Carlo Simulations using United-atom Method”, Molecular Simulations, 35(4), 2009, 292.

9)      M. S. Mayeed, M. Kawaguchi, G. M. Newaz, and T. Kato, "Instability and surface diffusion of ultrathin liquid perfluoropolyether films on amorphous carbon surfaces", J. Engineering Tribol., 222, 2008, 7.

10)      M. S. Mayeed, A. M. Al-Mekhnaqi, T. Kato, and G. M. Newaz, "Critical Separation Distance Needed to Form Weak Menisci between the Head and the Disk – A Molecular Simulation Study", Elsevier J. Molecular Liquids, 138(1-3), 2008, 120.

11)  M. S. Mayeed, A. Mian, G. W. Auner, and G. M. Newaz, “Accumulation of E. Coli Bacteria in Mini-channel Flow”, ASME J. Biomech. Eng., 128, 2006, 458.

12)  M. S. Mayeed, A. M. Al-Mekhnaqi, G. M. Newaz, and T. Kato, "Effect of Nano-Trenches on the Ultrathin Liquid Polymer Film Spreading and Free Surface Undulations on Solid Surfaces", J. Nanoengineering Nanosystems, 220(3-4), 2006, 157.

13)  M. S. Mayeed, T. Kato, M. S. Jhon, and Y. Mitsuya, "Surface perturbations on the perfluoropolyether molecules in the melt and the gas-like conditions", IEEE Trans. Magn., 40(4), 2004, 3180.

14)  T. Kato, M. Kawaguchi, M. S. Mayeed, and J. Choi, "Friction and durability characteristics of ultrathin perfluoropolyether lubricant film composed of bonded and mobile molecular layers on diamond-like carbon surfaces", Wear, 257, 2004, 909.

15)  M. S. Mayeed and T. Kato, "Roughness and Undulations of the Free Surfaces of Ultrathin Liquid Films of Perfluoropolyethers on Solid Surfaces – Effect of Polar Interaction", IEEE Trans. Magn., 39(5), 2003, 2456.

16)  M. S. Mayeed and T. Kato, "Conformation of Perfluoropolyethers in Ultrathin Liquid Films on Solid Flat Surfaces – Effect of Polar Interaction", IEEE Trans. Magn., 39(2), 2003, 870.

17)  T. Kato, M. S. Mayeed, M. Kawaguchi and J. Choi, “Monte Carlo Simulation of PFPE Molecular Conformation in the Ultrathin Liquid Films”, J. Jap. Society of Tribol., 48(8), 2003, 679.

18)  M. S. Mayeed and T. Kato, "Experimental Study of the Replenishment of Ultrathin Liquid Perfluoropolyether Films on Carbon Surfaces", J. Appl. Phys., 91(10), 2002, 7580.

19)  M. S. Mayeed and T. Kato, “Density Variation in the Ultrathin Liquid Perfluoropolyether Films on Solid Surfaces", STLE Tribol. Trans., 44(3), 2001, 444.

20)  S. J. Chowdhury and M. S. Mayeed, "Effect of Expansion Angle on Turbulent Swirling Flow", Ind. J. Eng. and Mat. Sci., 6, 1999, 323.

 

 

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