Dr. Pradyumna  Ghosh
Dr. Pradyumna Ghosh
Professor, Department Of Mechanical Engg, IIT(BHU)
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A review on hybrid nanofluids: recent research, development and applications
J Sarkar, P Ghosh, A Adil
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 43, 164-177, 2015
4332015
Performance comparison of the plate heat exchanger using different nanofluids
AK Tiwari, P Ghosh, J Sarkar
Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science 49, 141-151, 2013
1262013
Heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of CeO2/water nanofluid in plate heat exchanger
AK Tiwari, P Ghosh, J Sarkar
Applied Thermal Engineering 57 (1-2), 24-32, 2013
1102013
Numerical investigation of heat transfer and fluid flow in plate heat exchanger using nanofluids
AK Tiwari, P Ghosh, J Sarkar, H Dahiya, J Parekh
International Journal of Thermal Sciences 85, 93-103, 2014
922014
Evaluation of numerical schemes using different simulation methods for the continuous phase modeling of cyclone separators
SK Shukla, P Shukla, P Ghosh
Advanced Powder Technology 22 (2), 209-219, 2011
812011
Solar water heating using nanofluids–a comprehensive overview and environmental impact analysis
AK Tiwari, P Ghosh, J Sarkar
International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering 3 (3 …, 2013
762013
Particle concentration levels of various nanofluids in plate heat exchanger for best performance
AK Tiwari, P Ghosh, J Sarkar
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 89, 1110-1118, 2015
672015
Evaluation of numerical schemes for dispersed phase modeling of cyclone separators
SK Shukla, P Shukla, P Ghosh
Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics 5 (2), 235-246, 2011
602011
The effect of modeling of velocity fluctuations on prediction of collection efficiency of cyclone separators
SK Shukla, P Shukla, P Ghosh
Applied Mathematical Modelling 37 (8), 5774-5789, 2013
572013
Discrete phase numerical model and experimental study of hybrid nanofluid heat transfer and pressure drop in plate heat exchanger
A Bhattad, J Sarkar, P Ghosh
International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer 91, 262-273, 2018
472018
Improving the performance of refrigeration systems by using nanofluids: a comprehensive review
A Bhattad, J Sarkar, P Ghosh
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 3656-3669, 2018
462018
Investigation of thermal conductivity and viscosity of nanofluids
SJ Tiwari AK, Ghosh P
Journal of Environmental Research and Development 7 (2), 768-777, 2012
42*2012
An approximate solution of nonlinear fractional reaction–diffusion equation
S Das, PK Gupta, P Ghosh
Applied mathematical modelling 35 (8), 4071-4076, 2011
322011
Development of an advanced solar–hybrid adsorption cooling system for decentralized storage of agricultural products in India
S Mande, P Ghosh, VNN Kishore, K Oertel, U Sprengel
Tata Energy Research Institute. India., Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Luft …, 2000
172000
Energy and exergy comparisons of water based optimum brines as coolants for rectangular fin automotive radiator
RR Sahoo, P Ghosh, J Sarkar
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 105, 690-696, 2017
162017
Flow visualization in dilute oxide based nanofluid boiling
AN Nirupama Patra, Pradyumna Ghosh,R.S. Singh
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 135, 331-344, 2019
152019
Numerical prediction of heat transfer characteristics of nanofluids in a minichannel flow
A Adil, S Gupta, P Ghosh
Journal of Energy 2014, 2014
142014
Experimental study of bubble departure characteristics in forced convective subcooled nucleate boiling
P Goel, AK Nayak, P Ghosh, JB Joshi
Experimental Heat Transfer 31 (3), 194-218, 2018
132018
Performance analysis of a louvered fin automotive radiator using hybrid nanofluid as coolant
RR Sahoo, P Ghosh, J Sarkar
Heat Transfer—Asian Research 46 (7), 978-995, 2017
132017
On the solutions of fractional Swift Hohenberg equation with dispersion
K Vishal, S Das, SH Ong, P Ghosh
Applied Mathematics and Computation 219 (11), 5792-5801, 2013
132013
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