Jamil Khan

Contact Information

Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of South Carolina
300 Main St., Room A224
Columbia, SC 29208

Jamil Khan

Modeling of manufacturing processes, temperature distribution during machining, heat transfer and fluid flow with phase change (solidification/melting in casting, welding), computational and experimental fluid dynamics related to contaminants transport in rooms, heat transfer in porous media, micro-channel heat transfer. Thermodynamic analysis of IC Engines, CFD analysis of combustion processes etc.


  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Clemson University, 1988
  • M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Clemson University, 1984
  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, 1977

Selected Publications

  • Gholap, A., Khan, J. A., “Design and multiobjective optimization of heat exchangers for refrigerators”, Journal of Applied Energy, Volume 84, Issue 12, pp. 1226-1239, 2007
  • Wei Jiang, Jamil Khan, Roger A. Dougal “Dynamic Centrifugal Compressor Model for System Simulation”. Journal of Power Sources , Volume 158, Issue 2 , 25 August 2006, Pages 1333-1343
  • Wei Jiang, Ruixian Fang, Roger A. Dougal, Jamil Khan, “Dynamic Electro-thermal Simulation of a Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel (SOFC)”. 2006
  • ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE), IMECE2006-16279 , Nov., 2006
  • Wei Jiang, Ruixian Fang, Roger A. Dougal, Jamil Khan, “Parameter Setting and Analysis of a Dynamic Tubular SOFC Model”. Journal of Power Sources, Volume 162, Issue 1 , 8 November 2006, Pages 316-326
  • Wei Jiang, Ruixian Fang, Roger A. Dougal, Jamil Khan, “Thermo-electric Model of a Tubular SOFC for Dynamic simulation”. ASME, Journal of Energy Resources Technology, accepted in Jan. 2007