To ensure credibility and transparency, PipeTech’s background theory has been published in several top rated rigorously peer reviewed international journals:

  1. Guo, X., Yan, X., Yu, J., Yang, Y., Zhang, Y., Chen, S., Mahgerefteh, H., Martynov, S., and Collard, A., 2017. Pressure response and phase transitions during the release of high pressure CO2 from a large-scale pipeline, Energy 118, pp. 1066-1078.
  2. Mahgerefteh, H., Sundara, V., Brown, S. and Martynov, S., 2016. Modelling emergency isolation of carbon dioxide pipelines. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 44, pp.88-93.
  3. Zheng, W., Mahgerefteh, H., Brown, S. and Martynov, S., 2016. Integral Multiphase Turbulence Compressible Jet Expansion Model for Accidental Releases from Pressurized Containments. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 55(27), pp.7558-7568.
  4. Brown, S., Martynov, S. and Mahgerefteh, H., 2015. Simulation of two-phase flow through ducts with discontinuous cross-section. Computers & Fluids, 120, pp.46-56.
  5. Mahgerefteh, H., Brown, S. and Denton, G., 2012. Modelling the impact of stream impurities on ductile fractures in CO2 pipelines. Chemical engineering science, 74, pp.200-210.
  6. Mahgerefteh, H., Jalali, N. and Fernandez, M.I., 2011. When does a vessel become a pipe?. AIChE Journal, 57(12), pp.3305-3314.
  7. Mahgrefteh, H., Brown, S. and Zhang, P., 2010. A dynamic boundary ductile-fracture-propagation model for CO 2 pipelines. Journal of Pipeline Engineering, 9(4).
  8. Mahgerefteh, H. and Brown, S., 2011, January. Influence of line pressure and temperature on fracture propagation behaviour in CO2 pipelines. In Rio Pipeline Conference and Exposition, Technical Papers (Vol. 2011).
  9. Mahgerefteh, H., Rykov, Y. and Denton, G., 2009. Courant, Friedrichs and Lewy (CFL) impact on numerical convergence of highly transient flows. Chemical Engineering Science, 64(23), pp.4969-4975.
  10. Mahgerefteh, H., Denton, G. and Rykov, Y., 2008. A hybrid multiphase flow model. AIChE journal, 54(9), pp.2261-2268.
  11. Mahgerefteh, H. and Abbasi, M.U., 2007. Modeling blowdown of pipelines under fire attack. AIChE journal, 53(9), pp.2443-2450.
  12. Mahgerefteh, H., Oke, A.O. and Rykov, Y., 2006. Efficient numerical solution for highly transient flows. Chemical engineering science, 61(15), pp.5049-5056.
  13. Mahgerefteh, H. and Atti, O., 2006. Modeling low‐temperature–induced failure of pressurized pipelines. AIChE Journal, 52(3), pp.1248-1256.
  14. Mahgerefteh, H., Oke, A. and Atti, O., 2006. Modelling outflow following rupture in pipeline networks. Chemical engineering science, 61(6), pp.1811-1818.
  15. Mahgerefteh, H., Atti, O. and Denton, G., 2006. An interpolation technique for rapid CFD simulation of highly transient flows. Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 84(B6), pp.1-6.
  16. Oke, A., Mahgerefteh, H., Economou, I. and Rykov, Y., 2003. A transient outflow model for pipeline puncture. Chemical engineering science, 58(20), pp.4591-4604.
  17. Mahgerefteh, H., Saha, P. and Economou, I.G., 2000. Modeling fluid phase transition effects on dynamic behavior of ESDV. AIChE journal, 46(5), pp.997-1006.
  18. Mahgerefteh, H., Saha, P. and Economou, I.G., 1999. Fast numerical simulation for full bore rupture of pressurized pipelines. AIChE Journal, 45(6), pp.1191-1201.
  19. Mahgerefteh, H., Saha, P. and Economou, I.G., 1997. A study of the dynamic response of emergency shutdown valves following full bore rupture of gas pipelines. Process safety and environmental protection, 75(4), pp.201-209.