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(1) “Thermal management analysis using heat pipe in the high current discharging for lithium-ion battery in electric vehicles.” Hamidreza Behi et al. Journal of Energy Storage. 2020.

(2) “Heat pipe air-cooled thermal management system for lithium-ion batteries: High power applications.” Hamidreza Behi et al. Applied Thermal Engineering. 2020.

(3) “Experimental study on cooling performance of flat heat pipe for lithium-ion battery at various inclination angles” Hamidreza Behi et al. Energy Perspectives, Volume 1, Issue 1, December 2020

(4) “Aluminum Heat Sink Assisted Air-Cooling Thermal Management System for High Current Applications in Electric Vehicles” Hamidreza Behi et al. Conference Paper, AEIT 2020.

(5) “Novel thermal management methods to improve the performance of the Li-ion batteries in high discharge current applications”. Hamidreza Behi et al. Energy, 2021.

(6) “PCM assisted heat pipe cooling system for the thermal management of an LTO cell for high-current profiles”. Hamidreza Behi et al. 2021. Case Studies in Thermal Engineering.

(7) “Comprehensive passive thermal management systems for electric vehicles” Hamidreza Behi et al. 2021. Energies

(8) “Avoiding Thermal Issues During Fast Charging Starting with Proper Cell Selection Criteria” Eneko Gonzalez et al. Journal of Electrochemical Society, 2021

(9) “A New Concept of Air Cooling and Heat Pipe for Electric Vehicles in Fast Discharging” Hamidreza Behi et al. 2021. Energies

(10) “Advanced hybrid thermal management system for LTO battery module under fast charging” Hamidreza Behi et al. 2022. Case Studies in Thermal Engineering.

(11) “Continuous Adjoint Topology Optimization of Duct Flow Configurations with Explicit Volume Constraint for Design Variable Update” Mirza Popovac, 2022. Energies.   

(12) “A comprehensive review of novel cooling techniques and heat transfer coolant mediums investigated for battery thermal management systems in electric vehicles” Rekabra Youssef et al, 2023. Energy Reports.

(13) “A compact and self-sustained thermal management system for electic vehicles.” Theodoros Kalogiannis et al. 36th International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS36) 2023. DOI: