Faculty

Prof. Venkateshan SP

Professor Emeritus (Adjunct)

E-mail: spv@iiitdm.ac.in | Ph: +91-44-27476379

Education

Indian Institute of Science

Bangalore

Ph.D. Thesis

- 1977

Indian Institute of Science

Bangalore

M.E. Heat Power Engineering

1968 - 1970

Bangalore University

Bangalore

B.E. Mechanical Engineering

1963 - 1968

Specialization

  1. Radiative Heat Transfer

Research Interests

  1. Space Heat Transfer, Inverse Methods in Heat Transfer, Cooling of Electronic Components, Instrumentation

Work Experience

Teaching

  1. Taught in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Madras from 1982 to 2016. Presently teaching at IIITDM.

Research

  1. Prof. S. P. Venkateshan joined the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT - Madras) in November 1982 as an Assistant Professor in the Regional Sophisticated Instrumentation Center (RSIC) with a joint appointment as Assistant Professor in the Heat Transfer and Thermal Power Laboratory of the Department of Mechanical Engineering. In March 1990 he was promoted to the position of professor in Mechanical Engineering. He was the Head of the Heat Transfer and Thermal Power Laboratory from 1990-1993 and again between 2006-2010. He was the Head of the Regional Sophisticated Instrumentation Center (now SAIF) from October 1997 till September 2001. He was Vice-Chairman (2001) and Chairman (2002) of the Undergraduate Admission (JEE) Committee at IIT Madras. He was the Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at IIT Madras from 2010 - 2012.

  2. During the above period he has done research and teaching in the areas of heat transfer and

  3. instrumentation. He has guided several graduate students at the Master and the Doctoral levels. The areas covered by them are: Radiation Heat Transfer, Free Convection Heat Transfer and Interaction with Radiation, Hydrodynamics Studies in Fluidized Beds, Heat Transfer with Phase Change, Space heat exchangers, Studies on microwave radiation transfer in the atmosphere with applications in remote sensing, etc. He has developed and taught graduate level courses such as Measurements in Thermal Science, Mathematical Methods in Heat Transfer and Heat Transfer in Energy Systems. He has been consistently rated by the students as a good teacher.

  4. During the summers of 1985, 1986 and 1987 he was a consultant at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

  5. (JPL), California Institute of Technology, California, USA in a Department of Energy funded project

  6. on "Advanced Sensor development for the Paper and Pulp Industry with Generic Application".

  7. Sensors for the measurement of temperature and humidity under harsh environment conditions were developed during this period. The work has been recognized by the grant of three U.S. Patents and three NASA Tech. Brief awards. In India he has been consultant to the Indian Space Research Organization and the Bharath Heavy Electricals Limited. The work for the former involved the development of analysis for the design and evaluation of a passive cooler for the Very High Resolution Radiometer (VHRR) while the latter work consists of developing a method for the transient analysis of a deaerator in a steam power plant. Recently he has also undertaken work on the study of power plant condensers for BHEL. He has also been involved in consultancy work for GSLV project of VSSC Trivandrum. Specifically he was involved in the design of thermal protection system for the L-40 strap on booster. Very recent work for ISRO has been in the area of microwave transfer through the atmosphere with application in measuring rain fall and also the use of infrared radiation for temperature profiling of the atmosphere. Recently he has provided consultancy for the DRDL Hyderabad in the design of passive and active cooling for the hypersonic demonstrator vehicle as well as design of pebble bed heaters as well as coolers for the hypersonic tunnel project.

  8. Prior to joining the IIT, Prof. Venkateshan was Research Staff in Chemical Engineering, Yale

  9. University New Haven, USA. During this period (May 1979 to October 1982) he worked in the

  10. Molecular Beam Laboratory at Yale on an interesting study (funded by the United States Air force)

  11. of energy transfer and relaxation effects in free jets of molecular gases like CO2;CO;NO;N2O etc.

  12. Prof. John Fenn with whom he was associated during his tenure at Yale was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2002. Prof. Fenn has referred to his work in his Nobel Lecture (Electrospray wings for molecular elephants, Nobel lecture Dec. 8, 2002, by John B. Fenn, Department of Chemistry, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia 23842006, USA).

  13. Pre-doctoral work at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) involved developmental work in the area of Lasers and Studies on the Propagation of Laser Beams through the atmosphere, a study funded by the aeronautics Research and Development Board (ARDB) of the Government of India. During this phase of work several solid state and dye lasers were built and a full fledged Laser Laboratory was set up at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of IISc.

  14. Prof. Venkateshan has authored or co-authored more than hundred articles that include journal

  15. publications, conference papers and Technical Reports. Prof. Venkateshan has produced three video lecture series. They are (i) "Gas and vapour power plant cycles" - a set of 34 video lectures each of 50 minutes duration (ii) "Heat Transfer" - a set of 40 video lectures of 50 minutes duration

  16. and (iii) "Measurements in Thermal science" - a set of 40 minutes lectures of 50 minutes duration

  17. each. These are available through the educational Technology Cell, Indian Institute of Technology

  18. Madras. Recently, as a part of the NPTEL initiative he has produced a video lecture series on

  19. "Mechanical Measurements" comprising 50 lectures of 55 minutes duration each for broadcast

  20. through the EKLAVYA channel. He has also developed web based resource material on "Mechanical

  21. Measurements" available on the NPTEL web site. Prof. Venkateshan has also developed computer

  22. program modules on Conduction and Radiation. These modules are useful as a self study tool for

  23. learning Conduction and Radiation heat transfer fundamentals. He has authored a text book "A

  24. First Course in Heat Transfer" published by ANE Books, Delhi in 2004. A second text book on

  25. "Mechanical Measurements" has been published by ANE Books, Delhi in 2007. This book has also

  26. been issued in an international edition by CRC Books USA. Second edition of this book has been

  27. brought out in 2015 by Ane Books and also by Wiley, NY at the international level.

  28. ???Computational methods in Engineering??? is another book which has been brought out by Ane Books

  29. and Academic Press in 2015. Swaminathan Prasanna has co-authored the book.

  30. A third book, essentially an enlarged 2nd edition of "A First Course in Heat Transfer" has been

  31. brought out in 2009 as ???Heat Transfer??? by Ane Books, New Delhi. This was released under the

  32. Golden Jubilee Book scheme of IIT madras. This year (2016) it has been revised and brought out as

  33. a 3rd edition by Ane Books

  34. He has been a reviewer for Indian Journal of technology, Indian Journal of Physics, Regional Journal

  35. of Energy Heat and Mass Transfer, American Scientist, Transaction of Institutions of Chemical

  36. engineers (Great Britain), International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, Power Technology,ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, Heat and Mass Transfer, International Journal of Thermal Science etc. He has also reviewed papers for several conferences such as the World Conference on Experimental Heat Transfer, International Heat Transfer Conference, National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference. For the just concluded International Heat Transfer Conference at Washington DC he was one of the Conference Co-chairs from India. He has also delivered lectures and seminars both in India and abroad. His bibliographical note is included in Reference India - Biographical Note about Men and Women of Achievement of Today and Tomorrow, India.

Professional Membership

  1. Life Member, Indian Society for Heat and Mass Transfer (ISHMT).

Professional Service

  1. Scientific Secretary of ISHMT for 4 years between 2002 and 2006.

Teaching

  1. Courses Taught at IIT Madras from 1982 to 2016

  2. Undergraduate Coruses:

  3. 1. Heat Transfer (ME 305)

  4. 2. Modeling of Heat transfer Processes (ME408)

  5. 3. Mathematical Methods in Heat Transfer (ME 596)

  6. 4. Power Plant Engineering (ME 408)

  7. 5. Engineering Drawing

  8. 6. UG Laboratory

  9. Post Graduate Courses:

  10. 1. Measurements in Thermal Science (ME 609)

  11. 2. Radiation Heat Transfer (ME 616)

  12. 3. Conduction Heat Transfer (ME 617)

  13. 4. Mathematical Methods in Heat Transfer (ME 621)

  14. 5. Heat Transfer Processes in Energy Systems (ME 679)

  15. 6. Incompressible and Compressible Flows (ME 604)

  16. 7. Conduction and Radiation (ME 616)

  17. 8. Design and Optimisation of Energy Systems (ME 6280)

  18. 9. Computational Methods in Engineering (ME 6000) - Taught in both Odd and Even Semesters

  19. during the past ten years

  20. 10. Measurements in Thermal Engineering (ME 6080) -New Course Introduced and taught over

  21. the past twenty years

  22. 11. Applied Thermodynamics (ME6140)

  23. 12. PG Laboratory

  24. Course taught at IIITDM

  25. 1. MEC322T Computational Methods in Engineering

Books

  1. Books Authored

  2. 1. A First Course in Heat Transfer, ANE Publications, New Delhi, 2004.

  3. 2. Mechanical Measurements, ANE Publications New Delhi and CRC Press USA (Hard Cover),

  4. 2007

  5. 3. Mechanical Measurements, ANE Publications New Delhi (Corrected Soft Cover Student

  6. Edition), 2008

  7. 4. Heat Transfer,2nd edition, ANE Publications, New Delhi, 2009 (IIT Madras Golden Jubilee

  8. Publication)

  9. 5. Computational Methods in Engineering, ANE Publications New Delhi, Indian edition and

  10. Academic Press (International edition), 2014.

  11. 6. Mechanical Measurements, ANE Publications New Delhi (2nd edition), 2015.

  12. 7. Mechanical Measurements, Academic Press, New York (2nd edition), 2015.

  13. 8. Heat Transfer,3rd edition, ANE Publications, New Delhi, 2016.

  14. Chapter in Book

  15. 1. Ramesh, N., Balaji, C. and Venkateshan, S.P., Chapter 22, Interaction of Surface Radiation

  16. with Natural Convection, Differential Equations and Nonlinear Mechanics, Vajravelu, K., (Ed),

  17. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 309-338, 2001

  18. Editor of Proceedings

  19. 1. M.S. Loknath, S.P.Venkateshan, B.V.S.S.S. Prasad, B. Basu and Vishwanath Prasad (Eds.),

  20. Heat and Mass Transfer 2000, Proceedings of the Fourth ISHMT-ASME and Fifteenth National

  21. Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, January 2000, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

  22. 2. Samir Kumar Saha, S.P.Venkateshan, B.V.S.S.S. Prasad, S.S. Sadhal (Eds.), Heat and Mass

  23. Transfer 2002, Proceedings of the Fifth ISHMT-ASME and Sixteenth National Heat and Mass

  24. Transfer Conference, January 2002, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

Journal Publications

  1. International Journals

  2. [1] C R Prasad, A Yoganarasimha, and S P Venkateshan. Device for reusing damaged laser mirrors.

  3. Review of Scientific Instruments, 50:262, 1979.

  4. [2] C R Prasad, A Yoganarasimha, S P Venkateshan, and T G Nagaraju. Technique for measuring

  5. the beam shape of pulsed lasers. Review of Scientific Instruments, 50:1161, 1979.

  6. [3] S P Venkateshan and K K Prasad. Radiative interactions in boundary layers. Journal of Fluid

  7. Mechanics Digital Archive, 90(01):33–66, 1979.

  8. [4] S P Venkateshan, S B Ryali, and J B Fenn. Terminal distributions of rotational energy in free jets

  9. of CO by infrared emission spectrometry. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 77:2599, 1982.

  10. [5] S P Venkateshan, S V Ryali, and J B Fenn. High-resolution emission spectroscopy of CO 2

  11. collisionally excited by N 2. Rotational distribution. Chemical Physics, 92(6):606– 608, 1982.

  12. [6] S P Venkateshan and A Gopinath. Asymptotic analysis of a uniform area radiating fin. Canadian

  13. Society for Mechanical Engineering, Transactions (ISSN, 11(2):103–108, 1987.

  14. [7] S P Venkateshan and N S Kothari. Approximate solution of one-dimensional heat diffusion

  15. problems via hybrid profiles. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 8(3):243–247, 1987.

  16. [8] S P Venkateshan and O Solaiappan. Approximate solution of nonlinear transient heat conduction

  17. in one dimension. Heat and Mass Transfer, 23(4):229–233, 1988.

  18. [9] C B Sobhan, S P Venkateshan, and K N Seetharamu. Experimental analysis of unsteady free

  19. convection heat transfer from horizontal fin arrays. Heat and Mass Transfer, 24(3):155–160,

  20. 1989.

  21. [10] S P Venkateshan, P Shakkottai, E Y Kwack, and L H Back. Acoustic temperature profile

  22. measurement technique for large combustion chambers. ASME Journal of Heat Transfer,

  23. 111:461–466, 1989.

  24. [11] V R Rao, C B Sobhan, and S P Venkateshan. Differential interferometry in heat transfer.

  25. Sadhana, 15(2):105–128, 1990.

  26. [12] S S Sablani, S P Venkateshan, and V M K Sastri. Numerical solution of the problem of freezing

  27. in an annulus. J Energy Heat and Mass Transfer, 12:171–180, 1990.

  28. [13] S S Sablani, S P Venkateshan, and V M K Sastri. Numerical study of two-dimensional freezing

  29. in an annulus. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer (ISSN 0887-8722), 4:398 – 400,

  30. 1990.

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  32. [14] C B Sobhan, S P Venkateshan, and K N Seetharamu. Experimental studies on steady free

  33. convection heat transfer from fins and fin arrays. Heat and Mass Transfer, 25(6):345–352, 1990.

  34. [15] S P Venkateshan and O Solaiappan. A General Integral Method for one dimensional ablation.

  35. Heat and Mass Transfer, 25(3):141–144, 1990.

  36. [16] A Venkata Ramayya, S P Venkateshan, and A K Kolar. Comments on the analysis of pressure

  37. fluctuations in a two-dimensional fluidized bed. Powder Technology, 68(3):287–291, 1991.

  38. [17] S P Venkateshan and V R Rao. Approximate solution of non-linear transient heat conduction in

  39. cylindrical geometry. Heat and Mass Transfer, 26(2):97–102, 1991.

  40. [18] K S Sunil, N Venketesh, and S P Venkateshan. Optimum Finned Space Radiators. Int. J. Heat

  41. Fluid Flow, 14(2):191–200, 1992.

  42. [19] A Ambirajan and S P Venkateshan. Accurate determination of diffuse view factors between

  43. planar surfaces. International journal of heat and mass transfer, 36(8):2203–2208, 1993.

  44. [20] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Discussion on the paper ¸ Snatural convection with radiation in

  45. a cavity with open top end¡T by large et al.,. ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, 115:1085–1086,

  46. 1993.

  47. [21] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Interaction of surface radiation with free convection in a square

  48. cavity. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 14(3):260 – 267, 1993.

  49. [22] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Combined surface radiation and free convection in cavities.

  50. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 8(2):373–376, 1994.

  51. [23] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Correlations for free convection and surface radiation in a square

  52. cavity. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 15(3):249 – 251, 1994.

  53. [24] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Interaction of radiation with free convection in an open cavity.

  54. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 15(4):317 – 324, 1994.

  55. [25] S Sunil Kumar and S P Venkateshan. Optimized tubular radiator with annular fins on a

  56. nonisothermal base. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 15(5):399–410, 1994.

  57. [26] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Combined conduction, convection and radiation in a slot.

  58. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, 16(2):139 – 144, 1995.

  59. [27] C Balaji and S P Venkateshan. Natural convection in L corners with surface radiation and

  60. conduction. Journal of Heat Transfer, 118:222, 1996.

  61. [28] N Ramesh, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Numerical analysis of a cavity radiator with mutual

  62. interaction. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 20(6):476–484, 1996.

  63. [29] V R Rao and S P Venkateshan. Experimental study of free convection and radiation in horizontal

  64. fin arrays. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 39(4):779–789, 1996.

  65. [30] A Venkata Ramayya, S P Venkateshan, and A K Kolar. Estimation of bubble parameters from

  66. differential pressure measurements in gas-fluidized beds. Powder Technology, 87(2):113 – 126,

  67. 1996.

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  69. [31] K S Jayaram, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Interaction of surface radiation and free convection

  70. in an enclosure with a vertical partition. Journal of Heat Transfer, 119:641, 1997.

  71. [32] N Ramesh and S P Venkateshan. Optimum finned tubular space radiator. Heat Transfer

  72. Engineering, 18(4):69–87, 1997.

  73. [33] V R Rao, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Interferometric study of interaction of free convection

  74. with surface radiation in an L corner. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer,

  75. 40(12):2941–2947, 1997.

  76. [34] A Venkata Ramayya, S P Venkateshan, and A K Kolar. Bubble detection with horizontal

  77. pressure gradient measurements in gas-fluidised beds. Powder Technology, 97(1):77–84, 1998.

  78. [35] A Venkata Ramayya, S P Venkateshan, and A K Kolar. Bubble detection with horizontal

  79. pressure gradient measurements in gas fluidised beds. Powder Technology, 97:77–84, 1998.

  80. [36] N Ramesh, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Effect of boundary conditions on natural convection

  81. in an enclosure. International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 1:205–14, 1999.

  82. [37] N Ramesh and S P Venkateshan. Effect of surface radiation and partition resistance on natural

  83. convection heat transfer in a partitioned enclosure: An experimental study. Journal of Heat

  84. Transfer, 121:616, 1999.

  85. [38] M S Babu, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Design of Tubular Space Radiators Based on

  86. Thermodynamic Optimization and Mass Minimization. Journal of Energy Heat and Mass

  87. Transfer, 22(2):83–88, 2000.

  88. [39] C Gururaja Rao, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Numerical study of laminar mixed convection

  89. from a vertical plate. Int J Trans Phenom, 2:143–157, 2000.

  90. [40] S S Katte, S K Das, and S P Venkateshan. Two-dimensional ablation in cylindrical geometry.

  91. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 14(4):548–556, 2000.

  92. [41] S S Katte and S P Venkateshan. Accurate determination of view factors in axisymmetric

  93. enclosures with shadowing bodies inside. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer,

  94. 14(1):68–76, 2000.

  95. [42] N Ramesh, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Effect of radiation on natural convection in an

  96. L-shaped corner. Experiments in Fluids, 28(5):448–454, 2000.

  97. [43] MR Dhanasekaran, S K Das, and S P Venkateshan. Laminar natural convection in cavities filled

  98. with low prandtl number fluid. International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 3:63–72, 2001.

  99. [44] C Gururaia rao, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Conjugate mixed convection with surface

  100. radiation from a vertical plate with a discrete heat source. Journal of heat transfer, 123(4):698–

  101. 702, 2001.

  102. [45] A T Joseph, S P Venkateshan, and G Kuruvilla. Experimental studies on cooling of electronic

  103. components in a channel. Int. J. Transport Phenom, 3:103–118, 2001.

  104. [46] N Ramesh, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. An experimental study of natural convection and

  105. surface radiation in an open cavity. International Journal of Heat and Technology, 19(2):89–94,

  106. 2001.

  107. 16

  108. [47] N Ramesh and S P Venkateshan. Experimental study of natural convection in a square enclosure

  109. using differential interferometer. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 44(6):1107–

  110. 1117, 2001.

  111. [48] M R Dhanasekaran, S K Das, and S P Venkateshan. Natural Convection in a Cylindrical

  112. Enclosure Filled With Heat Generating Anisotropic Porous Medium. Journal of Heat Transfer,

  113. 124:203, 2002.

  114. [49] C Gururaja Rao, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Effect of surface radiation on conjugate mixed

  115. convection in a vertical channel with a discrete heat source in each wall. International Journal

  116. of Heat and Mass Transfer, 45(16):3331–3347, 2002.

  117. [50] A T Joseph, S P Venkateshan, and G Kuruvilla. Experimental studies on hated protrusions on a

  118. pcb subjected to natural convection as well as forced convection coolin. International Journal of

  119. Heat and Technology, 20:87–96, 2002.

  120. [51] C Gururaj Rao, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Conjugate mixed convection with surface

  121. radiation in a vertical channel with symmetric and uniform wall heat generation. International

  122. Journal of Transport Phenomena, 5:75–102, 2003.

  123. [52] K Karthikeyan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Combined Conduction and Radiation in a

  124. Rectangular Enclosure Containing a Participating Medium. International Journal of Transport

  125. Phenomena, 5:1–18, 2003.

  126. [53] A S Krishnan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. A synergistic approach to parameter estimation in

  127. multimode heat transfer. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 30(4):515–

  128. 524, 2003.

  129. [54] A S Krishnan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. An experimental correlation for combined

  130. convection and radiation between parallel vertical plates. Journal of heat transfer, 126(5):849–

  131. 851, 2004.

  132. [55] A S Krishnan, B Premachandran, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Combined experimental and

  133. numerical approaches to multi-mode heat transfer between vertical parallel plates. Experimental

  134. Thermal and Fluid Science, 29(1):75–86, 2004.

  135. [56] S N Singh and S P Venkateshan. Natural convection with surface radiation in partially open

  136. cavities. International Journal of Heat Technology, 22:55–62, 2004.

  137. [57] S N Singh and S P Venkateshan. Numerical study of natural convection with surface radiation

  138. in side-vented open cavities. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 43(9):865–876, 2004.

  139. [58] V Swaminathan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Parameter estimation in a two-layer planar

  140. gray participating medium. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 18(2):187–192, 2004.

  141. [59] V Vasudevan, K Karthikeyan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Conduction-Radiation Interaction

  142. In Rectangular Enclosures Containing Non-Gray Participating Media. International Journal of

  143. Transport Phenomena, 6:247–264, 2004.

  144. [60] L Wilson, A Narasimhan, and S P Venkateshan. Turbulent flow hydrodynamic experiments in

  145. near-compact heat exchanger models with aligned tubes. Journal of Fluids Engineering, 126:990,

  146. 2004.

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  148. [61] C S Y Suresh, G Sateesh, S K Das, S P Venkateshan, and M Rajan. Heat transfer from a totally

  149. blocked fuel subassembly of a liquid metal fast breeder reactor Part I. Experimental investigation.

  150. Nuclear Engineering and Design, 235(8):885–895, 2005.

  151. [62] C S Y Suresh, T Sundararajan, S P Venkateshan, S K Das, and M R Dhansekaran. Heat transfer

  152. from a totally blocked fuel subassembly of a liquid metal fast breeder reactor II. Numerical

  153. simulation. Nuclear Engineering and Design, 235(8):897–912, 2005.

  154. [63] V Swaminathan, R M Gairola, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Estimation of Microwave

  155. Radiation Intensity from a Multilayered Cloud Model. Journal OF Thermophysics AND Heat

  156. Transfer, 19(3):343, 2005.

  157. [64] M Deiveegan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Comparison of various methods for simultaneous

  158. retrieval of surface emissivities and gas properties in gray participating media. Journal of Heat

  159. Transfer, 128:829, 2006.

  160. [65] N Krishna and S P Venkateshan. Numerical simulation of phase change process with variable

  161. thermal properties. Int. Journal of Heat and Technology, 24(1):61–68, 2006.

  162. [66] L Wilson, A Narasimhan, and S P Venkateshan. Permeability and Form Coefficient

  163. Measurement of Porous Inserts With Non-Darcy Model Using Non-Plug Flow Experiments.

  164. Journal of Fluids Engineering, 128:638, 2006.

  165. [67] R C Candane, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Aeroheating and ablation analysis on spherical

  166. geometry in high-speed reentry flows. International Journal of Heat and Technology, 25:103–

  167. 108, 2007.

  168. [68] S R Candane, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Ablation and Aero-thermodynamic Studies

  169. on Thermal Protection Systems of Sharp-Nosed Re-entry Vehicles. Journal of Heat Transfer,

  170. 129:912, 2007.

  171. [69] T V Radhakrishnan, A K Verma, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. An experimental and

  172. numerical investigation of mixed convection from a heat generating element in a ventilated cavity.

  173. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 32(2):502–520, 2007.

  174. [70] A K Sharma, K Velusamy, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Conjugate turbulent natural

  175. convection with surface radiation in air filled rectangular enclosures. International Journal of

  176. Heat and Mass Transfer, 50(3-4):625–639, 2007.

  177. [71] K Abhiram, M Deiveegan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Multilayer differential discrete

  178. ordinate method for inhomogeneous participating media. International Journal of Heat and

  179. Mass Transfer, 51(9-10):2628–2635, 2008.

  180. [72] N Benarji, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Optimum design of cross-flow shell and tube heat

  181. exchangers with low fin tubes. Heat Transfer Engineering, 29(10):864–872, 2008.

  182. [73] N Benarji, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Unsteady fluid flow and heat transfer over a bank of

  183. flat tubes. Heat and Mass Transfer, 44(4):445–461, 2008.

  184. [74] M Deiveegan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. A polarized microwave radiative transfer model

  185. for passive remote sensing. Atmospheric Research, 88(3-4):277–293, 2008.

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  187. [75] T V V Sudhakar, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Optimal configuration of discrete heat sources

  188. in a vertical duct under conjugate mixed convection using artificial neural networks. International

  189. Journal of Thermal Sciences, 48:881–890, 2008.

  190. [76] V Swaminathan, R M Gairola, C Balaji, V K Agarwal, and S P Venkateshan. Inverse radiation

  191. problem to retrieve hydrometeors from satellite microwave radiances. International Journal of

  192. Heat and Mass Transfer, 51(7-8):1933–1945, 2008.

  193. [77] G Venugopal, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. A correlation for laminar mixed convection from

  194. vertical plates using transient experiments. Heat and Mass Transfer, 44(12):1417–1425, 2008.

  195. [78] G Venugopal, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. A hybrid optimization technique for developing

  196. heat transfer correlations based on transient experiments. International Journal of Heat and Mass

  197. Transfer, 52:1954–1964, 2008.

  198. [79] G Venugopal, M Deiveegan, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. Simultaneous retrieval of total

  199. hemispherical emissivity and specific heat from transient multimode heat transfer experiments.

  200. Journal of Heat Transfer, 130:061601, 2008.

  201. [80] C. Balaji, M. Deiveegan, S.P. Venkateshan, R.M. Gairola, A. Sarkar, and V.K. Agarwal.

  202. Polarized microwave forward model simulations for tropical storm fanoos. Journal of Earth

  203. System Science, 118(4):331–343, 2009.

  204. [81] S R Candane, C Balaji, and S P Venkateshan. A comparison of quasi one-dimensional and twodimensional

  205. ablation models for subliming ablators. Heat Transfer Engineering, 30(3):229–236,

  206. 2009.

  207. [82] T.V. Radhakrishnan, G. Joseph, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Effect of baffle on

  208. convective heat transfer from a heat generating element in a ventilated cavity. Heat and Mass

  209. Transfer/Waerme- und Stoffuebertragung, 45(8):1069–1082, 2009.

  210. [83] T.V.V. Sudhakar, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Optimal configuration of discrete heat sources

  211. in a vertical duct under conjugate mixed convection using artificial neural networks. International

  212. Journal of Thermal Sciences, 48(5):881–890, 2009.

  213. [84] G Venugopal, Suryakant, C Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. A hybrid optimization technique for

  214. developing heat transfer correlations based on transient experiments. International Journal of

  215. Heat and Mass Transfer, 52(7-8):1954–1964, 2009.

  216. [85] C. Balaji, M. Deiveegan, S.P. Venkateshan, R.M. Gairola, A. Sarkar, and V.K. Agarwal.

  217. Retrieval of hydrometeors from microwave radiances with a polarized radiative transfer model.

  218. Journal of Earth System Science, 119(1):97–115, 2010.

  219. [86] D.J. Krishna, M.R. Thansekhar, S.P. Venkateshan, T. Basak, and S.K. Das. Natural convection in

  220. a partially heat generating rod bundle inside an enclosure. Journal of Heat Transfer, 132(10):1–

  221. 11, 2010.

  222. [87] S. Prasanna and S.P. Venkateshan. Heat flux and temperature field estimation using differential

  223. interferometer. Journal of Heat Transfer, 132(9):1–4, 2010.

  224. [88] T.V. Radhakrishnan, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Optimization of multiple heaters in a

  225. vented enclosure - a combined numerical and experimental study. International Journal of

  226. Thermal Sciences, 49(4):721–732, 2010.

  227. 19

  228. [89] R.K. Sabareesh, S Prasanna, and S.P. Venkateshan. Investigations on multimode heat transfer

  229. from a heated vertical plate. Journal of Heat Transfer, 132(3):1–8, 2010.

  230. [90] T.V.V. Sudhakar, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. A heuristic approach to optimal arrangement

  231. of multiple heat sources under conjugate natural convection. International Journal of Heat and

  232. Mass Transfer, 53(1-3):431–444, 2010.

  233. [91] T.V.V. Sudhakar, A Shori, C Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Optimal heat distribution among

  234. discrete protruding heat sources in a vertical duct: A combined numerical and experimental

  235. study. Journal of Heat Transfer, 132(1):1–10, 2010.

  236. [92] G. Venugopal, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Experimental study of mixed convection heat

  237. transfer in a vertical duct filled with metallic porous structures. International Journal of Thermal

  238. Sciences, 49(2):340–348, 2010.

  239. [93] S. P. Venkateshan Pradeep. M. Kamath, C. Balaji. Experimental investigation of flow assisted

  240. mixed convection in high porosity foams in vertical channels. International Journal of Heat and

  241. Mass transfer, 54:5231–5241, 2011.

  242. [94] S Prasanna and SP Venkateshan. Construction of two dimensional temperature field from first

  243. derivative fields. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 35(6):1019–1029, 2011.

  244. [95] D Ahammad Basha, S Prasanna, and SP Venkateshan. Mixed convection from an upward facing

  245. horizontal flat plate: effect of conduction and radiation. Heat and Mass Transfer, 48(12):2125–

  246. 2131, 2012.

  247. [96] Balaji C Venkateshan S.P Ramechecandane, S. Numerical analysis of a divergent duct with

  248. high enthalpy transonic cross injection. International Journal of Multiphysics, 6:17–28, 2012.

  249. [97] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta, Pullarao Muvalla. Natural and mixed convection heat

  250. transfer cooling of discrete heat sources placed near the bottom on a pcb. International Journal

  251. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, 6:266, 2012.

  252. [98] S.P.Venkateshan Amrit Ambirajan Chanda Samarjeet, C.Balaji. Simultaneous estimation of

  253. principal thermal conductivities of an anisotropic composite medium: An inverse analysis.

  254. Journal of Heat Transfer, 135:021301, 2013.

  255. [99] S. P. Venkateshan Pradeep. M. Kamath, C. Balaji. Convection heat transfer from aluminium

  256. and copper from in a vertical channel - an experimental study. International Journal or thermal

  257. Sciences, 64:1–10, 2013.

  258. [100] S. P. Venkateshan Pradeep. M. Kamath, C. Balaji. Heat transfer studies in a vertical channel

  259. filled with porous medium. Fluid Dynamics and Materials Processing, 9:111–126, 2013.

  260. [101] S. P. Venkateshan Pradeep. M. Kamath, C. Balaji. A simple thermal resistance model for open

  261. cell metal foams. ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, 135:4007827, 2013.

  262. [102] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta, Pullarao Muvalla. Effect of surface radiation on the

  263. optimal distribution of discrete heat sources under natural convection. Heat and Mass Transfer -

  264. Springer, 49(2):207 – 217, 2013.

  265. 20

  266. [103] S.P Venkateshan G. R Yenni Chanda Samarjeet, C Balaji and A. Ambirajan. Joint conductance

  267. effects on estimation of effective thermal conductivities of anisotropic composites. AIAA Journal

  268. of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 28:1–8, 2014.

  269. [104] Venkateshan S. P. Kumar Hotta Tapano, Balaji C. Optimal distribution of discrete heat sources

  270. under mixed convection - a heuristic approach. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science,

  271. 136(6):104503, 2014.

  272. [105] S. P. Venkateshan Pradeep. M. Kamath, C. Balaji. Heat tansfer enhancement with discrete

  273. heat sources in a metal foam filled vertical channel. Fluid Dynamics and Materials Processing,

  274. 53:180–184, 2014.

  275. [106] Swaminathan Prasanna and S. P. Venkateshan. Convection induced by radiative cooling of a

  276. layer of participating medium. Physics of Fluids (1994-present), 26(5):056603, 2014.

  277. [107] Venkateshan S. P. Kumar Hotta Tapano, Balaji C. Experiment driven ann - ga based technique

  278. for the optimal distribution of discrete heat sources under mixed convection. Experimental Heat

  279. Transfer - Taylor and Francis, 28(3):298–315, 2015.

  280. [108] S. P. Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta. Optimal distribution of discrete heat sources under

  281. natural convection using ann coupled with ga. Heat Transfer Engineering - Taylor and Francis,

  282. 36(2):200–211, 2015.

  283. [109] Renju Kurian, C. Balaji, S.P. Venkateshan Experimental investigation of convective heat

  284. transfer in a vertical channel with brass wire mesh blocks. International Journal of Thermal

  285. Sciences, 99(1):170-179, 2016.

  286. [110] Renju Kurian, C. Balaji, S.P. Venkateshan Experimental investigation of near compact wire

  287. mesh heat exchangers. Applied Thermal Engineering,108(9):1158-1167, 2016.

  288. [111] Rahul Yadav, C. Balaji, S.P. Venkateshan Implementation of SLW model in the radiative

  289. heat transfer problems with particles and high temperature gradients. International Journal of

  290. Numerical Methods in Heat and Fluid Flow- NHT Edition, Accepted, June 2016.

  291. [112] Samarjeet Chanda, S.P. Venkateshan, C. Balaji, Govinda Rao Yenni Estimation of principal

  292. thermal conductivities of layered honeycomb composites using ANNâ˘A ¸SGA based inverse

  293. technique. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, Accepted, September 2016.

  294. 21

  295. National Journals

  296. [1] C R Prasad, S P Venkateshan, and A Yoganarasimha. Engineering a CW YAG laser. Indian

  297. Journal of Physics, 54(4):323–331, 1980.

  298. [2] C R Prasad, A Yoganarasimha, and S P Venkateshan. Photobleaching of laser dye phodamine

  299. 6g. Indian Journal of Physics, 54B:24–31, 1980.

  300. [3] Rao V Rammohan, CB Sobhan, and SP Venkateshan. Differential interferometry in heat

  301. transfer. Sadhana Academy Proc. Engg. Sci.,, 15:105–128, 1990.

  302. [4] G Basavaiah, K Sri Jayaram, and S P Venkateshan. Thermal analysis of passively cooled

  303. electronic equipment shelters. Journal of Energy, Heat and Mass Transfer, 18:63–70, 1996.

  304. [5] A Venkata Ramayya, S P Venkateshan, and A K Kolar. Analysis of the Effect of Bubble

  305. Traversing Path on Bubble Rise Velocity Estimation in Gas-fluidized Beds. Institution of

  306. Engineers India Part Ch Chemical Engineering Division, pages 50–56, 1998.

  307. [6] Subrahmanya S Katte and S P Venkateshan. Thermal modeling of launch vehicle with external

  308. and internal heating. Journal of Spacecraft Technology, 10:69–83, 2000.

Conference Publications

  1. International Conference

  2. [1] S.P. Venkateshan and K. Krishna Prasad. Radiating laminar boundary layer flow over a flat plate

  3. at a free stream mach number. In Proc. IV Int. Heat Transfer Conf., Toronto, 1978. Stanford

  4. Univ. Press.

  5. [2] S.P. Venkateshan and J.B. Fenn. Rotational relaxation in free jet expansions. In VIII Mole. Beam

  6. Symp., Cannes, France, 1980.

  7. [3] S.P. Venkateshan and K. Krishna Prasad. Weakly interacting radiating boundary layer flow

  8. parallel to a flat plate. In Proc. 27th Heat Transfer and Fluid Mech., pages 210–228. Stanford

  9. Univ. Press., 1980.

  10. [4] S.B. Ryali, S.P. Venkateshan, and J.B. Fenn. Terminal distribution of rotational energy in free

  11. jets of co and co2. In Proc. 14th Rarefied Gas Dynamics Symp, pages 567–576. Hakuro Oguchi

  12. (Ed), Univ. of Tokyo Press, 1984.

  13. [5] S.P. Venkateshan and S. Madhav. Thermal diffusivity of meals via a transient technique. In Proc.

  14. Tenth Can. Conf. of Appl. Mech. CANMAD, 1985.

  15. [6] D.D. Lawson, P. Shakkottai, and S.P. Venkateshan. Humidity measurements by polymer

  16. electrolytic hygrometer for harsh environments. In Proc. Sensors Expo, pages 49–59, Detroit,

  17. 1987.

  18. [7] S P Venkateshan, P Shakkottai, E Y Kwack, and L H Back. Acoustic temperature profile

  19. measurement technique for large combustion chambers. In Paper No. 87-WA/HT-14, ASME

  20. Winter Annual Meeting, Boston, 1987.

  21. [8] S.P. Venkateshan, P. Shakkottai, K.Y. Kwack, and L.H. Back. Acoustic temperature profile

  22. measurements technique for large combustion chambers. In ASMEWinter Annual Meeting, pages

  23. Paper No. 87–WA/HT14, 1987.

  24. [9] C.B. Sobhan, S.P. Venkateshan, and K.N. Seetharamu. Differential interferometric studies on

  25. natural convection heat transfer from horizontal rectangular fin arrays. In Proc. 9th Int. Heat

  26. Transfer Conf., pages 211–216, Jerusalem, 1990.

  27. [10] S.P. Venkateshan. Simultaneous determination of thermal conductivity and thermal diffusivity

  28. of liquids by a transient technique. In 5th AIAA/ASME Thermophysics and heat transfer Conf.,

  29. pages 127–132, Seattle, 1990.

  30. [11] V. Rammohan Rao and S.P. Venkateshan. Natural convection heat transfer and associated

  31. temperature fields in fins and horizontal fin arrays. In 3rd ASME/JSME Thermal Engg. Joint

  32. Conf., Nevada, Nevada, 1991.

  33. 23

  34. [12] S. Sunil Kumar and S.P. Venkateshan. Optimized space radiators with trapezoidal profile fins in

  35. a non-isothermal base. In ICCME 92, volume 1, pages 761–766, Singapore, 1992. Computational

  36. methods in Engineering, A.A.O. Tay and K.Y. Lam (Eds.),.

  37. [13] A. Venkata Ramayya, S.P. Venkateshan, and Ajit Kumar Kolar. Large particle fluidization

  38. studies with a differential pressure fluctuation record. In 1993 International Conference on

  39. Fluidized Bed combustion, L. Rubow and G. commonwealth (Eds.), volume 2, pages 877–885.

  40. ASME, 1993.

  41. [14] C. Balaji and S.P. Venkateshan. Flow and temperature fields in cavities and fins. In Proceedings

  42. of the International Flow Visualization Symposium, Chiba, Japan, 1994.

  43. [15] K. Sri Jayaram, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Free convection and radiation in partitioned

  44. enclosures. In Proceedings of ISTP, Singapore, 1996.

  45. [16] N. Ramesh, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Interaction of surface radiation with natural

  46. convection. In Differential Equation and Nonlinear Mechanics Proceedings, Florida, USA, 1999.

  47. [17] N. Ramesh, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. An experimental study of natural convection and

  48. surface radiation in an open cavity. In Fifth World Conference on Experimental Heat Transfer,

  49. Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2001.

  50. [18] S. Rameche Candane, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Studies on an active cooling system for

  51. a mach 2 supersonic nozzle. In 13th International Heat Transfer Conference, Sydney, Australia,

  52. 2006.

  53. [19] M. Deiveegan, V. Swaminathan, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. A bayesian algorithm for

  54. the retrieval of geophysical parameter in the atmosphere. In 13th International Heat Transfer

  55. Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2006.

  56. [20] S. P. Venkateshan and C. Balaji. Key note lecture on experimental and numerical studies on

  57. interaction of radiation with other modes of heat transfer. In 13th International Heat Transfer

  58. Conference, Sydney, Australia, 2006.

  59. [21] M. Verma, A.S. Krishnan, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Experimental studies on combined

  60. mixed convection and surface radiation between vertical parallel plates. In 6th World Conference

  61. on Experimental Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Matsushima, JAPAN,

  62. 2006.

  63. [22] K. T. V. S. Abhiram, M. Deiveegan, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. A multilayer differential

  64. discrete ordinate radiative transfer model for atmospheric applications. In 5th International

  65. Conference on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer, Canmore, 2007.

  66. [23] T. V. V. Sudhakar, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Three-dimensional conjugate convection

  67. in vertical channels with a protruding heat source. In 5th International Conference on

  68. Computational Heat and Mass Transfer, Canmore, 2007.

  69. [24] C. Balaji, K. Srinivasa Ramanujam, S.P. Venkateshan, R.M. Gairola, A. Sarkar, and V.K.

  70. Agarwal. A neural network based fast forward model for the simulation of microwave brightness

  71. temperatures. In International Conference on MEGHA-TROPIQUES science and applications,

  72. ISRO, Bangalore, 2009.

  73. 24

  74. [25] R Krishna Sabareesh, S Prasanna, and S P Venkateshan. Estimation of thermal conductivity and

  75. emissivity using conjugate heat transfer experiments. In 7th World Conference on Experimental

  76. Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, number HMT-6, pages 1215–1222,

  77. Krakow, July 2009.

  78. [26] R Krishna Sabareesh, S Prasanna, and SP Venkateshan. Estimation of thermal conductivity and

  79. emissivity using conjugate heat transfer experiments. In 7th World Conference on Experimental

  80. Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Krakow, 2009.

  81. [27] Amrit Ambirajan, S Prasanna, and S.P. Venkateshan. Effect of directional radiative surface

  82. properties on the performance of mutually irradiating conducting fins. In International Heat

  83. Transfer Conference -14, number 22226, Washington DC, USA, 2010.

  84. [28] S. Prasanna and S.P. Venkateshan. Interaction of surface radiation and conduction with laminar

  85. free convection from a vertical flat plate. In International Heat Transfer Conference -14, number

  86. 22227, Washington DC, USA, 2010.

  87. [29] S P Venkateshan Pradeep Kamath, C Balaji. Experimental investigation of flow assisted mixed

  88. convection in high porosity foams. In Thermal Issues in Emerging Technologies, ThETA 3, Cairo,

  89. Egypt, pages 437–443, Dec 2010.

  90. [30] Mikhil Surendran Sandeep Mouvanal and S.P. Venkateshan. Experimental and numerical study

  91. of natural convection heat transfer in an l- corner. In World Congress on Engineering and

  92. Technology CET 2011 Shanghai, China, Nov 2011.

  93. [31] S Prasanna and SP Venkateshan. Radiative cooling of a horizontal layer of participating

  94. medium. In Journal of Physics: Conference Series, volume 369, page 012013. IOP Publishing,

  95. 2012.

  96. [32] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta. Natural and mixed convection heat transfer cooling of

  97. discrete heat sources placed near the bottom on a pcb. In Proceedings of International Conference

  98. on Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics (ICFMHTT), Zurich, Switzerland, Jan

  99. 2012.

  100. [33] S P Venkateshan Pradeep Kamath, C Balaji. Heat transfer studies in a vertical channel filled

  101. with porous medium. In Sixth International Conference on Thermal Engineering: Theory and

  102. Applications, Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012.

  103. [34] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta, C.Balaji. Optimal distribution of discrete heat sources

  104. under mixed convection heat transfer. In ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference (HTC 2013),

  105. Minneapolis, MN, USA, July 2013.

  106. [35] S.P.Venkateshan Amrit Ambirajan Chanda Samarjeet, C.Balaji. Benchmarking a novel

  107. technique for estimating principal thermal conductivities of an anisotropic composite medium.

  108. In 44th AIAA Thermophysics conference San Diego USA, June 2013.

  109. [36] Chandrasekhar M C.Balaji S.P.Venkateshan Chanda, Samarjeet. A novel technique for

  110. estimation of thermal contact conductance between circular bolted joints using inverse heat

  111. transfer methodology. In 32nd ITCC/ITES, Purdue University, Indiana, USA, April 2014.

  112. 25

  113. [37] Renju Kurian, S. P. Venkateshan, C.Balaji. Heat transfer enhancement to air flows in plate

  114. Channels with wire-mesh inserts. In Proceedings of the First Thermal and Fluids Engineering

  115. Summer Conference, TFESC-1, August 9-12, 2015, New York City, New York, USA.

  116. [38] M. Pullarao, S. P. Venkateshan, and C. Balaji. Numerical investigation of the local heat transfer

  117. behaviour to single and multiple jet impingement over an electronic component. In Proceedings

  118. of the 1st Thermal and Fluids Engineering Summer Conference, TFESC-1, August 9-12, 2015,

  119. New York City, New York, USA.

  120. [39] Rahul Yadav, C. Balaji, S.P. Venkateshan. Implementation of SLW model in the radiative heat

  121. transfer problems with particles and high temperature gradients. Presented at Numerical Heat

  122. Transfer, September 2015, Warsaw, Poland.

  123. [40] Sudhanshu Pandey, S. P. Venkateshan, Sateesh Gedupudi. Simulation of Multi-Mode Heat

  124. Transfer in a Square Cavity with Continuous Fins on Vertical Isothermal walls. Pacific Rim

  125. Thermal Engineering Conference, PRTEC,, March 13-17, 2016, Hawaii’s Big Island, USA.

  126. [41] Nitish Kumar Chaurasia, Sateesh Gedupidi, S.P. Venkateshan. Conjugate mixed convection

  127. with discrete heat sources in a rectangular channel with surface radiation 7th European Thermal-

  128. Sciences Conference,, June 19 -23 2016, Krakow, Poland.

  129. [42] R. Yadukrishna Nair, S.P. Venkateshan and BVSSS Prasad. Mixed convection heat transfer in

  130. an annulus with rotating inner cylinder. Proceedings of ASME Heat Transfer HT/FE/ICNMM

  131. 2016,, July 10 -14 2016, Washington DC. USA, Paper No. HT 2016-7148.

  132. 26

  133. National Conference

  134. [1] S.P. Venkateshan and K. Krishna Prasad. Asymptotic forms of radiating boundary layers. In

  135. Proc. 2nd National Heat and Mass Transfer Conf, IIT Kanpur, 1973.

  136. [2] S.P. Venkateshan and K. Krishna Prasad. Optically thin radiation model in boundary layer flow.

  137. In Proc, 3rd National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, pages 33–75, IIT Bombay, 1975.

  138. [3] C.R. Prasad and S.P. Venkateshan. Backscatter limitations in differential absorption scattering

  139. technique. In Sump. Spectroscopic Techniques in the investigation of Atmospheric Chemical

  140. Species, number IV-6, BARC, Bombay, 1979.

  141. [4] C.R. Prasad, A. Yoganarasimha, and S.P. Venkateshan. Engineering a cw yag laser. In Second

  142. Symposium Of Lasers, volume V-6, IIT Kanpur, 1979.

  143. [5] C.R. Prasad, A. Yoganarasimha, and S.P. Venkateshan. Photobleaching of laser dye rhoda mine

  144. 6g. In Second Symposium Of Lasers, volume L-1, IIT Kanpur, 1979.

  145. [6] G. Palanisamy and S.P. Venkateshan. Development of microprocessor based digital data

  146. processor for instrumentation. In 1st National Conf. on Microprocessor Based Industrial

  147. Instrumentation and Control Systems, MICROEXPO, MICROEXPO, Baroda, 1985., 1985.

  148. [7] C.B. Sobhan, S.P. Venkateshan, and K.N. Seetharamu Paper. Transient free convection heat

  149. transfer in a horizontal fin array via differential interferometry. In Proc. 9th National Heat and

  150. Mass Transfer Conf., number HMT-5-87, IISC, Bangalore, 1987.

  151. [8] G. Palanisamy, Y.G. Srinivas, and S.P. Venkateshan. Real time, modeling of repetitive nmr

  152. spectra. In National Symp. On Current Trends in Process Instrumentation and Control, volume

  153. p-34, IGCAR, Kalpakkam, 1988.

  154. [9] N. Devasahayam, Palanisamy G, and S.P. Venkateshan. A general purpose microprocessor

  155. based board for instrumentation. In National Seminar on Instrum., Cochin, 1989.

  156. [10] S.S. Sablani, S.P. Venkateshan, and V.M.K. Sastri. Numerical study of the problem of freezing

  157. in an annulus. In Proc. 10th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conf., volume Vol. 12, pages

  158. 171–180„ Srinagar, 1990.

  159. [11] S.P. Venkateshan, N. Devasahayam, T. Ajantha, and S. Vasanthi. Microprocessor based stop cut

  160. in process gauge. In Proc. 16th National Symp. On Instrumentation, page 51, Cochin, 1991.

  161. [12] S.P. Venkateshan and V. Rammohan Rao. Parameter estimation imbedding technique versus

  162. least square residual method. In Proc. 11th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conf., 1991.

  163. 27

  164. [13] C. Balaji K. Sridhar and S.P. Venkateshan. The effect of two-dimensionality in radiating

  165. conducting wedges. In Proceedings of the first ASME-ISHMT Heat Transfer Conference, pages

  166. 171–176, Bombay, 1994.

  167. [14] C. Balaji and S.P. Venkateshan. Combained free convection with surface radiation in tall

  168. cavities. In Proceedings of the second ISHMT-ASME conference, pages 279–282, Surathkal,

  169. India, 1995.

  170. [15] C. Balaji and S.P. Venkateshan. Natural convection and wall radiation in tall cavities. In

  171. Proceedings of the second ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 13th

  172. National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, pages 227–283, 1995.

  173. [16] M.R. Dhanasekaran, Sarit Kumar Das, and S.P. Venkateshan. Laminar natural convection

  174. inside a square cavity filled with a low prandtl number fluid. In Proceedings of the Fourth

  175. ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 15th National Heat and Mass Transfer

  176. Conference, pages 459–464, 2000.

  177. [17] R. Rajesh, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. A numerical study of free convection in an open

  178. cavity with a discrete heat source. In Proceedings of the Forth ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass

  179. transfer Conference and 15th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, pages 521–526,

  180. 2000.

  181. [18] A. Venkata Ramayya, S.P. Venkateshan, and Ajit Kumar Kolar. Experimental evaluation of local

  182. heat transfer and bubble contact dynamics in a large particle gas-fluidized bed. In Proceedings

  183. of the Fourth ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass transfer Conference and 15th National Heat and

  184. Mass Transfer Conference, pages 1305–1312, 2000.

  185. [19] T.Nageswara Rao and S.P. Venkateshan. Direct contact condensation of vapour on laminar

  186. conical spray sheet of water. In Proceedings of the Fourth ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass

  187. Transfer conference and 15th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, pages 741–747,

  188. 2000.

  189. [20] C. Gururaja Rao, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. Mixed convection in a vertical channel with

  190. symmetric and asymmetric wall heating. In Proceedings of the Fifth ISHMT-ASME Heat and

  191. Mass transfer Conference and 16th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, pages 413–

  192. 419, 2001.

  193. [21] Navin V.Bhise, Subramanya S. Katte, and S.P. Venkateshan. A numerical study of corrugated

  194. structure for space raditors. In Proceedings of the Fifth ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass transfer

  195. Conference and 16th National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, pages 520–526, 2001.

  196. [22] S.N. Singh and S.P. Venkateshan. Interaction of natural convection and surface radiation in

  197. a cavity with open top and partial opening on one side. In The 17th National Heat and

  198. Mass Transfer Conference and 6th ISHMT/ASME Heat and Mass transfer Conference, IGCAR,

  199. Kalpakam, 2004.

  200. [23] S. Rameche Candane, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Cfd analysis of actively cooled dmrs

  201. and scramjet engines using fluent. In National conference on recent advances in computational

  202. methods in Aerospace engineering, MIT, Chennai, 2006.

  203. 28

  204. [24] S. Rameche Candane, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Coupled transient heat transfer analysis

  205. for high speed flow through a divergent duct. In 18th National & 7th ISHMT-ASME Heat and

  206. Mass Transfer Conference, IIT Guwahati, India., 2006.

  207. [25] M. Deiveegan, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Comparison of discrete ordinate and finite

  208. volume methods in the solution of radiative transfer equation. In 18th National & 7th ISHMTASME

  209. Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, IIT Guwahati, India, 2006.

  210. [26] V. Swaminathan, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Artificial neural networks and genetic

  211. algorithms based retrieval of geophysical parameters in the atmosphere. In 18th National &

  212. 7th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, IIT Guwahati, India, 2006.

  213. [27] S.P. Venkateshan, P. John Sunil Kumar, and S. Rameche Candane. Interaction of radiation with

  214. other modes of heat transfer. In Proc. Int. Workshop on Treatment of Thermal Radiation in Heat

  215. Transfer Problems, Subhash C. Misra and K. Mitra (Eds.), 2006.

  216. [28] G. Venugopal, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Natural convection with surface radiation in a

  217. side bottom vented open cavity-an experimental study. In 19th National & 8th ISHMT-ASME

  218. Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, JNTU Hyderabad, India, 2008.

  219. [29] C. Balaji, K. Srinivasa Ramanujam, S.P. Venkateshan, R.M. Gairola, A. Sarkar, and V.K.

  220. Agarwal. A neural network based fast forward model for the simulation of microwave brightness

  221. temperatures. In International Conference on MEGHA-TROPIQUES science and applications,

  222. ISRO, Bangalore, 2009.

  223. [30] G. Venugopal, C. Balaji, and S.P. Venkateshan. An inverse thermal problem for simultaneous

  224. estimation of temperature dependent thermal conductivity and specific heat. In 20th National

  225. & 9th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, IIT Bombay, 2010.

  226. [31] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta, A Sneha Reddy. Experimental studies on optimization

  227. of natural convection heat transfer from protruding discrete heat sources. In National seminar

  228. on recent trends in engineering, VITAM engineering college, Odisha, Oct 2010.

  229. [32] S.P. Venkateshan Pradeep M Kamath, C. Balaji. Effect aspect ratio on mixec convection in a

  230. highly porous form- an expeimental study. In Proceedings of the 21st National & 10th ISHMTASME

  231. Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, 2011.

  232. [33] S Prasanna and SP Venkateshan. The role of radiation and conduction on temperature inversion

  233. in a horizontal participating layer. In Proceedings of the 21st National & 10th ISHMT-ASME

  234. Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, 2011.

  235. [34] S.P.Venkateshan Amrit Ambirajan Chanda Samarjeet, C.Balaji. Estimation of thermal

  236. conductivity of orthotropic composite medium using artificial neural network. In Proceedings

  237. of the 21st National & 10th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Dec 2011.

  238. [35] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta. Natural convection heat transfer from protruding discrete

  239. heat sources. In Proceedings of the 21st National & 10th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer

  240. Conference, Dec 2011.

  241. [36] S P Venkateshan Tapano Kumar Hotta, C Balaji. Effect of orientation of substrate on the

  242. optimal distribution of discrete heat sources under mixed convection. In Proceedings of the

  243. 22nd National & 11th ISHMT-ASME Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, Dec 2013.

  244. 29

  245. [37] Rahul Yadav, C. Balaji, S.P. Venkateshan. Analysis of particle distribution and spectral

  246. averaging of particle properties in radiative base heating problems. In Proceedings of the 23rd

  247. National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 1st International ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and

  248. Mass Transfer Conference IHMTC2015, 17-20 December, 2015, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  249. [38] Renju Kurian, C. Balaji, S.P. Venkateshan. Effect of geometrical parameters on heat transfer

  250. Enhancement with stainless steel wire mesh blocks. In Proceedings of the 23rd National Heat

  251. and Mass Transfer Conference and 1st International ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer

  252. Conference IHMTC2015, 17-20 December, 2015, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  253. [39] M. Pullarao, C. Balaji, and S. P. Venkateshan. Effect of surface roughness on the enhancement

  254. of jet impingement cooling performance. In Proceedings of the 23rd National Heat and Mass

  255. Transfer Conference and 1st International ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer Conference

  256. IHMTC2015, 17-20 December, 2015, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  257. [40] Nitish Kumar Chaurasia , S.P Venkateshan, Sateesh Gedupudi. 3-D Mixed Convection in a

  258. Rectangular Channel with Discrete Heat Sources. In Proceedings of the 23rd National Heat

  259. and Mass Transfer Conference and 1st International ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer

  260. Conference IHMTC2015, 17-20 December, 2015, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  261. [41] Shankar Durgam, S. P. Venkateshan, T.Sundararajan. A numerical and experimental study of

  262. optimal Distribution of rectangular discrete heat sources Under laminar forced convection. In

  263. Proceedings of the 23rd National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 1st International

  264. ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer Conference IHMTC2015, 17-20 December, 2015,

  265. Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  266. [42] Sudhanshu Pandey , S.P Venkateshan, Sateesh Gedupudi. Natural convection in a square cavity

  267. with triangular fins. In Proceedings of the 23rd National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference

  268. and 1st International ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer Conference IHMTC2015, 17-20

  269. December, 2015, Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  270. [43] D. Sumalatha, S.P Venkateshan. Experimental investigation of forced convection in Fin array.

  271. In Proceedings of the 23rd National Heat and Mass Transfer Conference and 1st International

  272. ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer Conference IHMTC2015, 17-20 December, 2015,

  273. Thiruvananthapuram, India.

  274. [44] Shankar Durgam, Ajai Shrivastava, S. P. Venkateshan, T. Sundararajan. A novel concept of

  275. dummy heat sources for heat transfer enhancement in a vertical channel. In Proceedings of

  276. COMSOL conference, October 2016, Bangalore, India.

Patents

  1. Shakkottai Parthasarathy and Venkateshan Shakkottai P., 1988, System for temperature profile

  2. measurement in large furnaces and kilns and method therefor, United States Patent 4762425

  3. Shakkottai Parthasarathy, Kwack, Eug Y. and Venkateshan, Shakkottai P., 1989, Acoustic

  4. humidity sensor, United States Patent 4876889

  5. Shakkottai Parthasarathy, Lawson Daniel D. and Venkateshan Shakkottai P., 1990, Polymer

  6. hygrometer for harsh environments, United States Patent 4915816

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