Debjyoti Sahu

Assistant Professor

Dr. Debjyoti Sahu currently serves as Assistant Professor at School of Mechanical Engineering, KIIT Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar. Dr. Sahu obtained is B.E. in Automobile Engineering from Malnad College of Engineering Hassan and M.Tech in Energy Systems Engineering from BVB College of Engineering and Technology Hubli, Karnataka. He obtained his PhD in Energy Technology from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India. He has taught various subjects in UG and PG level at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru during 2008-2018. Now he teaches Fuels and Emission, Automobile Engineering and IC Engine and Gas Turbines at KIIT Deemed to be University, Bhubaneswar. He has been involved in several experimental research including Hydrogen adsorption, Metal organic frameworks, Refrigeration and Bio-digestion. His work on portable bio-digestion is mentioned in an article published by ENSIA, the most popular environment magazine. He has published several papers on refrigeration, adsorption and IC engine performance. Dr. Sahu is a life member of Indian Science congress and Institute of Engineers, India.

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Email :
[email protected]
Scopus Id :
57191977223
Google Scholar :
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=njSp5_oAAAAJ

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Educational Qualification
Ph. D.

Research Interests
Renewable Energy Technology, Automobile Engineering, Refrigeration

Administrative Responsibility
Academic Coordinator, Mechanical (Automobile) Engineering, Counselling Coordinator, School of Mechanical Engineering

Memberships
Life member of Indian Science congress, Member of Institute of Engineers, India.

Outreach Activity
Organizing Secretary, KIIT Thermo 2020: An International Conference on Thermofluids
Journals/Conferences :
1. Hydrogen Adsorption on Zn-BDC, Cr-BDC, Ni-DABCO, and Mg-DOBDC Metal-Organic Frameworks
2. The Net Adsorption Of Hydrogen On Palladium Nanoparticles
3. Performance and Emission Characteristics of Pongamia Oil-Kerosene Blend Used in Commercial Kerosene Stove
4. Effect of iron oxide nanoparticle in bio digestion of a portable food-waste digester
5. Performance and emission characteristics of a CI engine run on waste cooking oil-diesel blends
6. A CASE STUDY OF A LOW POWER VAPOUR ADSORPTION REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
7. Study on Catalytic Bio-Digestion of Sugarcane Bagasse Fiber
8. FLOW ANALYSIS OF ISOBUTANE (R-600A) INSIDE AN ADIABATIC CAPILLARY TUBE
9. Experimental Study on Vapor Adsorption Refrigeration System with Carbon-Methanol Pair
10. Numerical Simulation of Capillary tube for Selected Refrigerants using Homogeneous Equilibrium Model