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CURRICULUM VITA

 

PERSONAL DATA

 Name:

Zeyad A. Al-Suhaibani

Rank:  Assistant Professor

 Address:

Room 2C84, Engineering Building, Mechanical Engineering Department, King Saud University, P.O. Box 800, Riyadh 11421, Saudi Arabia.

Phone: 01-4676677

EDUCATION

 

Ph.D. Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan, USA, 2005, Mechanical Engineering.

M.S.  Michigan State University (MSU), East Lansing, Michigan, USA, 2003, Mechanical Engineering.

B.Sc. King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 1996, Mechanical Engineering.

ACADEMIC RECORD WITH KSU

 

 

August 1999- July 2000: Teaching Assistant, Department of Mechanical Engineering

July 2005 - Present: Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering

OTHER RELATED EXPERIENCE: TEACHING, INDUSTRIAL, ETC.

 

 

1.     Augt. 1999-July 2000: worked as a Teaching Assistant at Mechanical Engineering Department at King Saud University (K.S.U.) in Riyadh. That job included assistant in teaching some Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics Courses such as Tutorial sessions and Laboratories instructing.

2.     Sept. 1996- Augt 1999: worked with Saudi ARAMCO (Arabian American Oil Company) at various locations as follows:

              i.     On Bari Gas Plant Maintenance Division at Jobail as Maintenance Engineer for six months.

             ii.    On Riyadh Refinery Maintenance Division as Maintenance Engineer on the workshop for six months. During that time had a chance to participate in the Refinery test and Inspection, which was very helpful to see and understand the operation of many types of equipment.

            iii.    On Riyadh Refinery Engineering Division as Operation Engineer for the Utility plant for one year.

3.  April 2007: Participated in giving a course with Saudi Council Of Engineers named "Techniques for Energy Conservation and Performance Improvement of Chillers".

4.     2007-2010: Worked as a consultant for the KSU deputy of Projects, in which the main responsibility was the development of the university Utilities Plants.

     5.  October 2010 – Present: Mechanical systems consultant, The general project management directorate, Ministry of Higher Education

 

FIELDS OF INTREST:

 

Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, Energy, Air Conditioning, and Turbomachinery.

 

MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC & PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

SCE, ASME, AIAA, ASEE, ASHRAE

HONORS , AWARDS

                 

                   1. Prince Bandar Bin Sultan Prize for Graduate Study for Master and Ph.D.

                   2. Graduate study scalarship, 2000-2005.

 3. Graduate from King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals with honors for the undergraduate study 1992 -1996.

 

  

PATENT APPLICATIONS (with others)

  • “Ceramic Foam Solid Particle Receiver”, US Provisional Patent Application No. 61/537,568, Filed on September 21, 2011

 

PRINCIPAL PUBLICATIONS WITHIN LAST 5 YEARS (Samples)

1.     Hepbasli, A. and Alsuhaibani, Z. “A Key Review on Present Status and Future Directions of Solar Energy Studies and Applications in Saudi Arabia”; Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2011, 15, PP. 5021-5050, December, 2011.

  1. Hepbasli, A. and Alsuhaibani, Z. “Exergetic and exergoeconomic aspects of wind energy systems in achieving sustainable development”; Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2011, 15, PP. 2810-1825, August, 2011
  2. Al-Ansary, H., El-Leathy, A., Al-Suhaibani, Z., Jeter, S., Sadowski, D., Alrished, A., and Golob, M., “Experimental Study of a Sand-Air Heat Exchanger for Use with a High-Temperature Solar Gas Turbine System”, Transactions of the ASME: Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, In Press.
  3. Schramek, P., Al-Ansary, H., Jeter, S., Abdel-Khalik, S., Al-Suhaibani, Z., El-Leathy, A., Herzig, S., Gaines, G., “High Temperature Solar Gas Turbine Project – Design of Heliostat Field and Particle Receiver”, Proceedings of the Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems Conference (SolarPACES 2011), Granada, Spain.

 

 

                                                                                                                    

 

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