Dr. Rajnish Kumar


Dr. Rajnish Kumar


 

Associate Professor

NAC 449

rajnish[AT]iitm.ac.in

91-44-22574180

Research Homepage


Research Areas


Gas Hydrates (Formation, Inhibition & Recovery) Carbon Dioxide Capture, Storage & Utilization Methane & Hydrogen Storage Hydrothermal Liquefaction at sub-critical and supercritical conditions


PRO Attainments


1998 – Doctor of Philosophy
University of British Columbia, Vancouver

2001-2003 – Master of Science
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

1997-2001-Bachelor of Engineering
Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University

 

Career History

2016 –Current
Associate Professor
Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2010 – 2016
Sr. Scientist
National Chemical Laboratory, Pune

2003 – 2004
Post Doctoral Research Fellow
National Research Council Canada

1998
Research Engineer
Hindustan Zinc Ltd, Udaipur (Sterlite Industries (I) Ltd)

Recent Publications

2018

Energy recovery from simulated clayey gas hydrate reservoir using depressurization by constant rate gas release, thermal stimulation and their combinations Nair, V.C., Prasad, S.K., Kumar, R., Sangwai, J.S. 2018 Applied Energy 225, pp. 755-768


2018

Effect of Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate Surfactant on Methane Hydrate Formation: A Molecular Dynamics Study Choudhary, N., Hande, V.R., Roy, S., Chakrabarty, S., Kumar, R. 2018 Journal of Physical Chemistry B
122(25), pp. 6536-6542


2018

Molecular View of CO2 Capture by Polyethylenimine: Role of Structural and Dynamical Heterogeneity Sharma, P., Chakrabarty, S., Roy, S., Kumar, R. 2018 Langmuir 34(17), pp. 5138-5148


2018

Hydrate phase equilibrium data of mixed methane-tetrahydrofuran hydrates in saline water Kumar, A., Vedula, S.S., Kumar, R., Linga, P. 2018 Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 117, pp. 2-8


2018

Kinetic promotion of methane hydrate formation by combining anionic and silicone surfactants: Scalability promise of methane storage due to prevention of foam formation Bhattacharjee, G., Barmecha, V., Kushwaha, O.S., Kumar, R. 2018 Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 117, pp. 248-255



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