Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, University of Sydney, 1998
B.Sc., Mechanical Engineering, Technion, 1988
Prof Dally's research interests include combustion science, aerodynamics, heat transfer, applied optics, computational fluid dynamics, and renewable energy including wind, solar and tidal wave. His interest spans fundamental to translational research, including turbulence chemistry interaction, soot evolution in flames, structure and stability of MILD combustion, hydrogen and ammonia energy victors, energy storage, hybrid energy systems and fuel adaptation to industrial processes. His current research is focused on developing cost-effective and innovative technologies that deliver carbon mitigation under the circular carbon economy approach. In particular, he is working on technology solutions to decarbonize heavy industries through flexible integration of renewable sources such electrification, hydrogen and ammonia combustion and concentrated solar thermal.
Evans, M.J, Proud, D.B., Medwell, P.R., Pitsch, H., Dally, B.B. Highly radiating hydrogen flames: Effect of toluene concentration and phase, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 2020
Sun, Z., Dally, B., Alwahabi, Z., & Nathan, G. (2020). The effect of oxygen concentration in the co-flow of laminar ethylene diffusion flames. Combustion and Flame, 211, 96-111.
Sun, Z., Alwahabi, Z., Dally, B., & Nathan, G. (2019). Simultaneously calibrated two-line atomic fluorescence for high-precision temperature imaging in sooting flames. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37(2), 1417-1425.
Chinnici, A., Nathan, G., & Dally, B. (2019). An experimental study of the stability and performance characteristics of a Hybrid Solar Receiver Combustor operated in the MILD combustion regime. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37(4), 5687-5695.
Mahmoud, S., Lau, T., Nathan, G., Medwell, P., Alwahabi, Z., & Dally, B. (2019). A new correlation between soot sheet width and soot volume fraction in turbulent non-premixed jet flames. Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 37(1), 927-934.