Recent Trends in Fluid Dynamics Research - Ram P. Bharti

Recent Trends in Fluid Dynamics Research

Select Proceedings of RTFDR 2021

Ram P. Bharti (Redaktør) ; Krunal M. Gangawane (Redaktør)

This book presents select proceedings of Conference on Recent Trends in Fluid Dynamics Research (RTFDR-21). It signifies the current research trends in fluid dynamics and convection heat transfer for both laminar and turbulent flow structures. Les mer
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This book presents select proceedings of Conference on Recent Trends in Fluid Dynamics Research (RTFDR-21). It signifies the current research trends in fluid dynamics and convection heat transfer for both laminar and turbulent flow structures. The topics covered include fluid mechanics and applications, microfluidics and nanofluidics, numerical methods for multiphase flows, cavitation, combustion, fluid-particle interactions in turbulence, biological flows, CFD, experimental fluid mechanics, convection heat transfer, numerical heat transfer, fluid power, experimental heat transfer, heat transfer, non-newtonian rheology, and boundary layer theory. The book also discusses various fundamental and application-based research of fluid dynamics, heat transfer, combustion, etc., by theoretical and experimental approaches. The book will be a valuable reference for beginners, researchers, and professionals interested in fluid dynamics research and allied fields.
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Forlag: Springer Verlag, Singapore
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 285
ISBN: 9789811669279
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Prof. Ram. P. Bharti is an Associate professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, India. He received his B. Tech. (2000), M. Tech. (2002), and Ph. D. (2006) degrees (all in chemical engineering) from SLIET Longowal, IIT Bombay, and IIT Kanpur, respectively. Subsequently, He worked as a postdoctoral fellow (2007-2009) in the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Melbourne, Australia. He is working as a faculty member at IIT Roorkee since 2009. His research interests include computational fluid dynamics (CFD), convective hydrodynamics of non-Newtonian fluids and bluff bodies, microfluidics, electrokinetic flow in micro channels, and development of computational algorithms for complex flow simulations. Prof. Ram has co-authored over 30 refereed international journal papers and supervised large number of research (M. Tech. & Ph.D.) theses. He has reviewed large number of articles published in internationally recognized journals and research theses. In addition to various national and international research collaborations, he is also serving as a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Aerospace Sciences, Scientific and Academic Publishing (SAP), California.



Dr. Krunal Gangawane is an Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering at National Institute of Technology (NIT) Rourkela, India. He has done his graduation in Chemical Engineering (B.Tech.) from the University of Pune in 2007. Later, He received his M.Tech. and Ph. D. Degrees in Chemical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee in 2010 and 2015, respectively. His Ph.D. research was based upon the development of CFD code based on the lattice Boltzmann method for convective heat transfer problems. His current area of research is Magnetoconvection, Nanofluidics, enhanced oil recovery, aerogels, etc. He has more than 20 publications in the journals of repute. He joined UPES Dehradun as Assistant Professor in 2015 and, subsequently, moved to NIT Rourkela in March, 2018 as Assistant Professor in the Chemical Engineering department. Dr. Gangawane received "Best Researcher-Individual Excellence- December 2017' during MANTHAN-2017 at UPES Dehradun. He was chosen as a Member of Academia-Industry interaction (2016) in UPES for conducting research at Reliance R&D. He had a research collaboration with the Firat University (Turkey), Ghent University (Belgium), King Saud University (Saudi Arabia) on the topic of 'Convection heat transfer in enclosed bodies for different fluids.' He is also the recipient of the ISRO-RESPOND sponsored project in March 2020. He has acted as a TOPIC EDITOR (Magnetohydrodynamics convection) in the journal of Frontiers in Mechanical Engineering During 2020-21. Dr. Gangawane is the reviewer of various peer-reviewed international journals.