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
5982015
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
1432013
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
1282013
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
1032014
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
922015
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
902013
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
902011
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
732018
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
722018
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
662013
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
652011
Investigation of thermal conductivity and viscosity of nanofluids
SJ Tiwari AK, Ghosh P
Journal of Environmental Research and Development 7 (2), 768-777, 2012
47*2012
An approximate solution of nonlinear fractional reaction–diffusion equation
S Das, PK Gupta, P Ghosh
Applied mathematical modelling 35 (8), 4071-4076, 2011
362011
Experimentation on effect of particle ratio on hydrothermal performance of plate heat exchanger using hybrid nanofluid
A Bhattad, J Sarkar, P Ghosh
Applied Thermal Engineering 162, 114309, 2019
302019
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
262017
Hydrothermal performance of different alumina hybrid nanofluid types in plate heat exchanger
A Bhattad, J Sarkar, P Ghosh
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 139 (6), 3777-3787, 2020
212020
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
202019
Energetic and exergetic performances of plate heat exchanger using brine-based hybrid nanofluid for milk chilling application
A Bhattad, J Sarkar, P Ghosh
Heat Transfer Engineering, 2019
192019
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
192017
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
182018
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