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Research summary: During my PhD I will investigate the transport phenomenon of the surface modified bimetallic iron nanoparticles through the porous media with a special focus on the identification of the mechanism or mechanisms controlling the mobility of the nanoparticle. In particular, I am exploring the effect of solution chemistry (i.e. pH, ionic strength and natural organic matter) relevant to subsurface geochemical …
Research summary: During my PhD, I plan to investigate the physics behind jets and shockwaves induced by multi-bubble interaction. Examining the possible wear on materials due to such mechanistic effects but at different temperatures poses some interesting challenges. For this purpose, my work aims to develop a numerical model, that is supported by experimental evidence pertaining to bubble-interaction near solid. The results …
Snigdha Sarita Mohapatra
A spatial and temporal scale multi objective optimization for urban water system incorporating future uncertainties Research summary: During my PhD, I will work on the modeling of integrated urban water systems. In particular, the idea is to identify optimum scale for water supply system under spatial and temporal variability that would respond to uncertain future events, satisfying the multiple objectives (maximizing water …
Research Project Title: Spatio Temporal Structure of Object Representation Research summary: Experimenting and modelling nano self assembly through Reprecipitation, Miniemulsion and PhotoAggregation Project Duration: 2019 - 2022 Supervisor: The University of Melbourne: Associate Professor Trevor Smith and Professor Ken Ghiggino IIT Kharagpur: Assistant Professor Pawan Goyal Profile: I completed my undergraduate degree in ComperScience at IIT Kharagpur and have worked as a J2EE architect where my …
Shreshtha Kumar Gupta
Research Summary: During my Doctoral research, my aim will be focus on the investigation of near-wall combustion phenomena/flame-wall interaction which is found in almost all the practical combustors. It has various adverse effects such as the reduction in combustion efficiency, increase in pollutant emissions, and lowering in combustor liner (or wall) life. In particular, I will be focussing on to gain the …