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Engr. Hafiz Usman Naseer
Assistant Professor
Industrial Engineering Department

CAE
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
College of Aeronautical Engineering, PAF Academy, Risalpur
Tel : 0323-9212149

Specialization
Computational Fluid Dynamics, Multiphase Flows, Multidisciplinary Design Optimization

Education
MS (Fluid Dynamics) Air University, Islamabad,  BE (Aerospace Engineering) NUST, CAE, Risalpur

Mr. Hafiz Usman Naseer is serving as Lecturer at the Department of Industrial Engineering, CAE, NUST. He completed his undergraduate studies from CAE Risalpur in 2010, in the specialty of Aerospace Engineering. He holds a Masters degree in Fluid Dynamics from Air University, Islamabad. His industrial experience includes 6 years of managing O-level and I-level maintenance of combat aircraft. Some of his recent research outcomes include: Design Refinement of a Novel Effervescent Atomiser, Development of Software for Data Analysis of Aircraft Engine after Ground Run & Simulation of a Standard Store Separated from a Fighter Aircraft Wing.
Analytical Modelling
Estimation of helicopter tail rotor power requirement 
Dynamic Stability estimation and improvement of pigeon shaped MAV

Heat Transfer
Estimation of heat transfer from partially blocked car radiator using analytical tools
CFD analysis of partially blocked car radiator
Estimation of scheduled maintenance cycle for internal tubes of radiator based on fouling

Fluid Structure Interaction
Structural analysis of horizontal stabilizer tip attachments of cargo aircraft under varying loading conditions due to propeller wash
Flow field analysis of horizontal stabilizer of cargo aircraft under propwash. 

  • H.UsmanNaseer, JehanzebMasud. Design Refinement of a Novel Effervescent Atomizer. Paper submitted in “Journal of Visualization”. January 2019.
  • M. Muneeb Safdar, H. Usman Naseer. Analysis of Afterburner Characteristics of a Low Bypass Ratio Turbofan Engine. Paper submitted in “AIAA Propulsion and Energy Forum and Exposition, 2019” (control ID 3191062).
Incompressible Fluid Dynamics, Engineering Economy

6 years of managing O-level and I-level maintenance of combat aircraft