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Department of  MECHANICAL ENGINEERING



Mr. Subha Mondal Assistant Professor / MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Email : subhamondal53@gmail.com

Address : 2nd Floor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aliah University, II-A/27, Action Area-II, Newtown, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 700156.

Joined : 21/12/2015

Education

MME, Jadavpur University

PhD pursuing in Jadavpur University

Teaching Experience

Thirteen years of teaching experience

  1. Joined Birbhum Institute of Engineering and technology (B.I.E.T.), Suri, Birbhum.as a Lecturer on 16th January,2005
  2. Promoted to the post of Senior Lecturer on 1st October, 2009
  3. Re-designated as Assistant Professor from 1st July 2010 as per the provisions of 6th pay commission.
  4. Joined Aliah university on 21/12/2015 as Assistant professor in the department of Mechanical Engineering

 

 

Field of Specialization

  • Thermal Engineering & Heat Power

Courses Taught/Teaching

Under Graduate Level:

  1. Thermodynamics
  2. Heat Transfer
  3. Steam power Engineering
  4. Renewable Energy

Post Graduate Level:

  1. Advanced Heat Transfer
  2. Heat Exchanger Design

 

Research Area

  • Waste Heat recovery
  • Het transfer augmentation
  • Solar thermal system design

Conference Papers Published

  1. Mondal S, De S, Ashadi M. CObased combined power and refrigeration cycle - a scheme for low grade waste heat recovery. Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Challenges (SEEC-2017), Mohali, India.
  2. Jana K, Ray A, De S,  Ashadi M, Mondal S. Exergy analysis of a biomass based polygeneration system. Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Challenges (SEEC-2017), Mohali, India.Mondal S, De S. Optimum Design and Operation of a Dual Pressure Heat Recovery Steam  Generator - Development of Thermodynamic Model and Sensitivity Analysis. Proceedings of the 22nd National and 11th International ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Conference, December, 2013
  3.  Mondal S, De S. Optimum Design and Operation of a Dual Pressure Heat Recovery Steam  Generator - Development of Thermodynamic Model and Sensitivity Analysis. Proceedings of the 22nd National and 11th International ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Conference, December, 2013.

  4. Ghosh S, Mukhopadhyay D, Mondal S,  Saha S. Experimental Investigation of Sub cooled Critical Flow through Slits. Proceedings of 20th national & 9th International ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Conference, January, 2010.

Journal Papers Published

  1. Mondal S, De S.Waste heat recovery through organic flash cycle (OFC) using R245fa-R600 mixture as the working fluid.Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy  (2019),pp 1–12.

  2. Mondal S,  Alam Shahbaz, De S. Performance of low grade waste heat driven Organic flash cycle with ejector. Energy 163 (2018) 849-862.

  3. Mondal S,  Alam MD. Shahnawaz , De S. Waste heat recovery through ejector refrigeration cycles using dry working fluids. Institute of engineers (series-C) (Under review)

  4. Mondal S, De S. Ejector based organic flash combined power and refrigeration cycle (OFCP&RC) –A scheme for low grade waste heat recovery. Energy 134 (2017) 638-648.

  5. Mondal S, De S. Power by waste heat recovery from low temperature industrial flue gas by Organic Flash Cycle (OFC) and Transcritical-CO2 power cycle: a comparative study through combined thermodynamic and economic analysis. Energy 121(2017) 832-840.

  6. Mondal S,  De S,  Assadi  M. Waste heat recovery from flue gas containing SO2 through CO2 based combined power and refrigeration cycle, Journal of energy and Envronmental Sustainability 3(2017), 52-57.

  7. Jana K, Ray A, De S, Assadi  M, Mondal S. Performance of a Biomass Based Polygeneration: Second Law Analysis . Envronmental Sustainability 3(2017), 37-42.

  8. Mondal S, De S. CO2 based Power cycle with multi-stage compression and intercooling for low temperature waste heat recovery. Energy 90 (2015) 1132-1143.

  9. Mondal S, De S. Transcritical CO2 power cycle – effects of regenerative heating using    turbine bleed gas at intermediate pressure. Energy 87 (2015) 95-103

  10. Mondal S, Sahana C.   Suggested Step for the Optimization of a Shell &Tube Heat Exchanger by the Application of Entropy Generation Minimization Method. Global Journal of Mechanical Engineering and computational science,1(3)(2011),70-72.

Books Published

Book Chapter:

  1. Power and Other Energy Utilities From Low Grade Waste Heat – Novel Technologies to Reduce Carbon Footprint .  Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering 2018 (Elsevier ).



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