Jitendra Kumar Patel
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Patel has obtained his Bachelor of Engineering degree from Chhatrapati Shivaji Institute of Technology Durg, Chhattisgarh in 2010 and completed his Master of Technology from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati in 2012. After obtaining the masters’ degree, he continues his research and studies at IIT Guwahati by joining the Ph.D. program in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis, titled, "A generic and robust numerical framework for multi-phase flows using Volume-of-Fluid/Immersed boundary methods'' in 2018. His broad area of research includes computational fluid dynamics, multi-phase flows, fluid-structure interactions, miscible fluids interaction, and heat transfer. Currently, he focuses on the development of a fluid flow solver which is capable of handling multi-physics those frequently en-countered in realistic flow scenarios. In 2017, he joined Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, Bhubaneswar as a Assistant Professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering.
Google Scholar :
Computational fluid dynamics, Multiphase/multi-fluid flows, Immersed boundary method, Heat and mass transfer.
Co-Faculty Incharge of Database Management
Awards & Honours
Won best poster award in 2017 in research conclave organised by IIT Guwahati
1. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. (2015). A generic framework for design of interface capturing schemes for multi-fluid flows. Computers & Fluids 106, 108-118.
2. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. (2017). A novel consistent and well-balanced algorithm for simulations of multiphase flows on unstructured grids. Journal of Computational Physics 350, 207-236.
3. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. (2018) Diffuse interface immersed boundary method for multi-fluid flows with arbitrarily moving rigid bodies. Journal of Computational Physics 360, 202-228.
4. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. (2018). A cost effective curvature calculation approach for interfacial flows on unstructured meshes. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 88 (7), 347-362.
5. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. (2017). Volume–of–solid immersed boundary method for free surface flows with arbitrary moving rigid bodies. Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power–Contemporary Research, Springer India, 1181–1192.
1. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. Volume-of-Solid immersed boundary method for free surface flows with arbitrary moving rigid bodies. 5th International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power, IIT Kanpur, Dec 12-14 (2014).
2. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. Investigation of the consistent formulation for the simulation of the high density ratio multifluid flows. 6th International Conference on Computational Mechanics and Simulation, IIT Bombay, June 27-July 1 (2016).
3. Patel, J.K., & Natarajan, G. Miscible fluids interaction in micro-channels in presence of the obstacles. 7th International Conference on Theoretical, Applied, Computational and Experimental Mechanics, IIT Kharagpur, Dec 28-30 (2017).
4. Patel, J.K., & Mishra, V.K. Significance of the incompressibility constraint for Miscible flows. 7th International Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power conference, IIT Bombay, Dec 10-12 (2018).
4. Mishra, V.K., Chaudhuri, S., Patel, J.K., & Shankar, D. Retrieval of one parameter in Non-Newtonian third grade fluid flow through two parallel plates using artificial neural network. 25th National and 3rd International ISHMT-ASTFE Heat and Mass Transfer Conference, IIT Roorkee, December 28-31 (2019).