Enhancement of Heat Transfer by using Longitudinal Vortices

Dr. Gautam Biswas

J.C Bose National Fellow
Acting Director, AcSIR
Director, CSIR – CMERI
Professor in Mechanical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur India.

Speaker

Prof. Gautam Biswas completed Ph. D from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur in 1985. Later, he started his career as faculty in Mechanical Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. His research areas include Computational Fluid Dynamics, Convective Heat Transfer, Turbulence, Boiling Heat Transfer, Heat Transfer Augmentation and Turbo machinery.

He is Fellow of Indian National Academy, Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME),Fellow of national Academy of Sciences, Fellow of Indian Academy of Sciences and Fellow of Indian National Science Academy. He was the organising chairman of GATE for two times [2001 & 2007]. He also served as institutional coordinator for prestigious NPTEL program. He has published several papers in International Journal of Heat and Mass transfer.

Talk Abstract

The talk will emphasize on methods to enhance the heat transfer by using longitudinal vortices. It will also cover the basics of computational studies of velocity, temperature fields together with the pressure drop and heat transfer characteristics of heat exchange surfaces with vortex generators.

 

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