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College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering  (CEME)
Dr Hina Sadaf
Assistant Professor
Department of Basic Sciences & Humanities

CE&ME
National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST)
Islamabad
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Specialization
Applied Mathematics

Education
PhD Mathematics, Quaid e Azam University, Islamabad

Dr. Hina Sadaf is serving as Assistant Professor at NUST College of E&ME. She completed her PhD from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad in 2016. She has published various research articles in international journals. Her area of research is Mathematical Modelling, Differential Equations, Engineering Mathematics, Nanofluids, Analytic and Numerical Solution techniques.

​1.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Noreen Sher Akbar, Analysis of peristaltic flow for a Prandtl fluid model in an endoscope, Journal of Power Technologies. 94(2014) 1–11.

2.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Noreen Sher Akbar, Effects of nanoparticles on the peristaltic motion of tangent hyperbolic fluid model in an annulus. Alexandria Engineering Journal. 54(4) (2015) 843–851.

3.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Noreen Sher Akbar, Analysis of peristaltic flow for a Prandtl fluid model in an endoscope, Journal of Power Technologies, 94(2014) 1–11.

4.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, M. Adil Sadiq, Analysis of nanoparticles on peristaltic flow of Prandtl fluid model in an endoscopy, Current Nano Science, 11(6) (2015)709-721.

5.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Metachronal wave of cilia transport in a curved channel, Zeitschrift für Naturforschung A - De Gruyter, 70(2015)33-38.

6.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Theoretical analysis of Cu-blood nanofluid for metachronal wave of cilia motion in a curved channel, Transaction on Nanobiosciences. 4(2015)447 – 454.

7.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Trapping study of nanofluids in an annulus with cilia, AIP Advances, 5(2015). 127204.

8.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Noreen Sher Akbar, Effects of nanoparticles on the peristaltic motion of tangent hyperbolic fluid model in an annulus, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 54(4)(2015)843–851.

9.    Hina Sadaf, S. Nadeem, Influences of slip and Cu-blood nanofluid in a physiological study of cilia, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 131(2016)169–180.

10.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Ciliary motion phenomenon of viscous nanofluid in a curved channel with wall properties,    The European Physical Journal Plus,    (2016)131:65.

11.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Hypothetical analysis for peristaltic transport of metallic nanoparticles in an inclined annulus with variable viscosity, Bulletin of the Polish Academy of Sciences Technical Sciences, 64(2016)447–454.

12.    I. Shahzadi, Hina Sadaf, S. Nadeem and A. Saleem, Bio-mathematical analysis for the peristaltic flow of single wall carbon nanotubes under the impact of variable viscosity and wall properties, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 139(2016)137–147.

13.    S. Nadeem, Hina Sadaf, Exploration of single wall carbon nanotubes for the peristaltic motion in a curved channel with variable viscosity, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, (2017)39:117–125.

14.    Hina Sadaf, S. Nadeem, Analysis of combined convective and viscous dissipation effects for peristaltic flow of Rabinowitsch fluid model, Journal of Bionic Engineering, 14(1)(2017)182-190.

15.    Hina Sadaf, M. U. Akbar, S. Nadeem, Permeability conditions for the physiological viscous nanofluid: endoscopic analysis for uniform and non-uniform tubes, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 39(9)(2017)3413–3423.

16.     Hina Sadaf and Rabia Malik, Nano fluid flow analysis in the presence of slip effects and wall properties by means of contraction and expansion, Communications in theoretical physics, 7(2018)337–343.

17.    Naheeda Iftikhar, Abdul Rehman, Hina Sadaf, Muhammad Najam Khan, Impact of wall properties on the peristaltic flow of Cu-water nano fluid in a non-uniform inclined tube, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 125(2018)772–779.

18.    Hina Sadaf, M. U. Akbar, S. Nadeem, Induced magnetic field analysis for the peristaltic transport of non-Newtonian nanofluid in an annulus, Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, 39(9) (2017)3413–3423.

19.    S. Ijaz, H. Sadaf, Z. Iqbal, Remarkable role of nanoscale particles and viscosity variation in blood flow through overlapped atherosclerotic a channel: A useful application in drug delivery, Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 44(2019) 6241–6252.

20.    Hina Sadaf, Bio-fluid flow analysis based on heat transfer and variable viscosity, Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 40(7) (2019)1029–1040.

21.    Hina Sadaf, Naheeda Iftikhar, Noreen Sher Akbar, Physiological fluid flow analysis by means of contraction and expansion with addition of hybrid nanoparticles,    European physical journal plus, 134(2019)232.

22.    Naheeda Iftikhar, Abdul Rehman, Hina Sadaf,  Saleem Iqbal, Investigation of (Al2O3 & copper)/ water nanoparticles shape, slip effects and heat transfer on steady physiological delivery of MHD hybrid nanofluid, Canadian Journal of Physics, (2019) DOI: 10.1139/cjp-2018-0551.

23.    Samreen Sheriff, Hina Sadaf, Noreen Sher Akbar and N. A Mir, Heat and peristaltic propagation of water based nanoparticles with variable fluid features, Physica Scripta, 94(2019) 12.

24.    Samreen Sheriff, Hina Sadaf, Noreen Sher Akbar and N.A. Mir, Slip analysis with thermally developed peristaltic motion of nanoparticles under the influence of variable viscosity in vertical configuration, European physical journal plus, 134(2019) 408.

​Designation ​From ​To ​University / Institute
​Assistant Professor ​13th Feb 2017 ​Date ​NUST -CEME
​Visiting Lecturer 20th June 2016​ ​12th Feb 2017 ​NUST -CEME
​Visiting Lecturer 8th Feb 2016​ ​21st July 2016 ​QAU
​Visiting Lecturer 7th Sep 2015​ ​14th  Jan 2016 ​NUST H12  Islamabad
 

Courses Taught

​Course Code ​Course Title
​MATH-101 ​Calculus & Analytical Geometry
​MATH-105 ​Calculus & Vector Algebra
​MATH-121 ​Linear Algebra & ODEs
​MATH-231 ​Fourier & Complex Ana
​MATH-232 ​Complex Variables & Transforms
​MATH-233 ​Fourier complex Ana & Pde’s
​MATH-243 ​Vector Calculus