Undergraduate final year presentation. July 2003.
Old talk about open channel flows.
A very old talk about turbulent flows, possibly outdated.
Graduate seminar at the American University of Beirut. January 2005.
My first conference paper, American University of Beirut, May 2005.
Master’s thesis defense at the American University of Beirut. July 2005.
Invited talk, Notre Dame University, January 2008.
Doctoral defense presentation given at the University of Tennessee Space Institute in November 2009.
Presentation for conference paper AIAA-2010-4287 given at the AIAA JPC conference in June 2010.
Presentation for conference paper AIAA-2010-4288 in June 2010.
Invited talk given at the University of Utah as part of the CRSIM (Combustion and Reaction SIMulation) group meetings.
A summary of quadrature methods for numerical integration. Serves as a great introduction to quadrature methods and could be used as the basis for moment methods.
A summary of using the maximum entropy principle from information theory to reconstruct a PDF (or other distributions) given a finite number of moments. This is quite useful especially when using the method of moments in population balances or related stochastic transport processes. The document also includes some results from my code for reconstructing some bimodal and trimodal Gaussian distributions, beta, and log-normal distributions.
Saad, T., & Majdalani, J. (2011). Viscous Flows Revisited in Simulated Rockets with Radially Regressing Walls. In 47th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibit. San Diego, California, USA.