Prof .K .M. Pandey did Ph.D in 1994 from Department of Mechanical Engineering IIT Kanpur, India in 1994. Currently he is working as Professor of Mechanical Engineering at National Institute of Technology, Silchar, Assam in India since May 2006. He obtained B. Tech in Mechanical engineering from BHUIT Varanasi in 1980 and M. Tech in Heat Power engineering in 1987 from the same Institute. He has authored more than 135 research papers in Scopus/SCI/SCIE indexed Journals and Conferences. He has also authored 6 books and 9 book chapters. Currently he is working in the area of CFD analysis of combustion phenomena in Scramjet Engines and CFD analysis of heat transfer in nuclear reactors. He has also served as seconded faculty consultant at CPSC, Manila, Philippines in 2002. He has served NIT Silchar as Dean Faculty welfare and Dean Research in the year 2011 and 2012. He has served as Head of Department for two terms of 3 years. He is taken as member of BOG, NIT Silchar twice . He is fellow of Institution of Engineers India and member of ASME. He is life member of Welding Society of India and life member of Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Society of India. It can be seen that he has been very sincere and haedworking researcher throughout his career. He has assessed more than 14 Institutes/University as member secretary of NAAC. Visiting Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering, D. Serikbayev East Kazakhstan State Technical University, Ust-Kamenogorsk, 070004, Kazakhstan from October 2020 to December 2020. The classes were conducted over Google meet. As per records of Stanford University U.S.A, I am placed among top 2 percents scientists on the Globe in the year 2020 and 2021. (more)
① Supersonic combustion
② Computational Fluid Dynamics
③ High speed fluid
④ Internal combustion engine
Speech Title: Thermal characteristics of nanomaterials embedded phase change materials (NePCMs)
Abstract: A primary intricacy for solar thermal systems, such as solar energy storage for buildings, is the requirement of thermal energy during peak demand hours. With complicated environmental and climatic conditions constantly changing, the amount of solar energy available for use is extremely limited. Solar energy storage technologies are presently the subject of a great covenant of investigation. Latent thermal energy storage (LTES) systems have received more attention from researchers than sensible thermal energy storage (STES) because of their high energy density. Phase change materials (PCMs) employed in LTES for larger-scale applications are limited due to their low thermal conductivities. To address this above-cited issue, nanomaterials are suspended to accelerate the energy storage/release rate capabilities. The thermal properties of the pure PCMs were improved by the dispersion of nanomaterials. Herein, the preparation, characterization, and applications of NePCMs will be delivered during the forum.