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Ehab Elsaadawy

Computational Modeling Specialist, Saudi ARAMCO


Dr. Ehab Elsaadawy is a Computational Modeling Specialist at Saudi Aramco Research & Development Center where he leads research projects related to different multiphase flow aspects relevant to the oil and gas industry. His work focuses on developing modeling frameworks and computational tools to better predict the multiphase flow inside surface facilities and enhance their performance to meet new operational challenges. His current research interests are modeling of multiphase separation flows, solid particle erosion, and droplet dynamics.

Before joining Aramco, Ehab worked for the Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. (AECL), where he assessed and validated the company flagship thermal-hydraulics code, CATHENA, for different phenomena. Ehab Also worked at the Material Science and Engineering Dept. at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario Canada and Mechanical Engineering Dept. at Alexandria University, Egypt where he taught undergraduate engineering courses and researched turbulent shear flows and multi-phase flows related to the iron making industry, both experimentally and numerically.   

Dr. Elsaadawy holds a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Alexandria University, Egypt, a PhD in Aerospace Engineering (2001) from Old Dominion University in Virginia, USA, and a postdoctoral fellowship in Chemical Engineering from McMaster University in Canada.

Dr. Elsaadawy has over 30 journal and conference publications and internal confidential reports. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario and an active member of SPE.​​

All sessions by Ehab Elsaadawy

  • MondayMay 22
3:30 PM

HPC for Multiphase Separation Flows