Dr. Tanmay Basak


Dr. Tanmay Basak


 

Professor

CHL 204

tanmay[AT]iitm.ac.in

91-44-22574173

Research Homepage


Research Areas


FEM, Computational Electromagnetics, Microwave assisted Transport, Computational fluid flow and heat transfer.


PRO Attainments


1994-1999 – Doctor of Philosophy
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

1992-1994 – M.Sc (Engg.)
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

1988-1992 – B.Ch.E.(Hons.)
Jadavpur University, Calcutta

 

Career History

1997 –Current
Professor
Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2003-2009
Assistant Professor
Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2000 – 2002
Visiting Faculty
Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2000 – 2002
EPA Post Doctoral Fellow
University of Houston

1999 – 2000
NSF Post Doctoral Fellow
University of Massachusetts-

Recent Publications

2018

Role of multiple discrete heaters to minimize entropy generation during natural convection in fluid filled square and triangular enclosures Das, D., Lukose, L., Basak, T. 2018 International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 127, pp. 1290-1312


2018

Role of differential vs Rayleigh-Bénard heating at curved walls for efficient processing via entropy generation approach Biswal, P., Basak, T. 2018 International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 124, pp. 390-413


2018

Heatlines visualization of convective heat flow during differential heating of porous enclosures with concave/convex side walls Biswal, P., Basak, T. 2018 International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow 28(7), pp. 1506-1538


2018

Analysis of differential versus Rayleigh–Bénard heating via heat flow visualization for thermal convection due to heating at enclosures with concave/convex walls Biswal, P., Basak, T. 2018 Numerical Heat Transfer; Part A: Applications 73(12), pp. 823-848


2018

Role of curvature of walls (concave/convex) for intensification of thermal processing with optimal exergy loss during natural convection of fluids Priyanka, D., Basak, T. 2018 Chemical Engineering and Processing – Process Intensification 128, pp. 223-244



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