Saurish Das, PhD
Saurish Das, PhD
Shell Technology Center; Technical University Eindhoven
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A DNS study of flow and heat transfer through slender fixed-bed reactors randomly packed with spherical particles
S Das, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 160, 1-19, 2017
532017
Immersed boundary method (IBM) based direct numerical simulation of open‐cell solid foams: Hydrodynamics
S Das, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
AIChE Journal 63 (3), 1152-1173, 2017
342017
A coupled Volume of Fluid and Immersed Boundary Method for simulating 3D multiphase flows with contact line dynamics in complex geometries
HV Patel, S Das, JAM Kuipers, JT Padding, E Peters
Chemical Engineering Science 166, 28-41, 2017
332017
Direct numerical simulation of fluid flow and mass transfer in dense fluid-particle systems with surface reactions
J Lu, S Das, E Peters, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 176, 1-18, 2018
312018
Direct numerical simulation for flow and heat transfer through random open-cell solid foams: Development of an IBM based CFD model
S Das, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Catalysis Today 273, 140-150, 2016
272016
Numerical simulation of subcooled nucleate boiling in cooling jacket of IC engine
H Punekar, S Das
SAE Technical Paper, 2013
252013
Multiscale modeling of fixed-bed reactors with porous (open-cell foam) non-spherical particles: Hydrodynamics
S Das, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Journal 334, 741-759, 2018
232018
A coupled finite volume immersed boundary method for simulating 3D viscoelastic flows in complex geometries
S De, S Das, JAM Kuipers, E Peters, JT Padding
Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 232, 67-76, 2016
182016
A sharp-interface immersed boundary method to simulate convective and conjugate heat transfer through highly complex periodic porous structures
S Das, A Panda, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 191, 1-18, 2018
152018
Drag and heat transfer closures for realistic numerically generated random open-cell solid foams using an immersed boundary method
S Das, S Sneijders, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Science 183, 260-274, 2018
152018
Droplet spreading and capillary imbibition in a porous medium: A coupled IB-VOF method based numerical study
S Das, HV Patel, E Milacic, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
Physics of Fluids 30 (1), 012112, 2018
112018
Analytical and level set method-based numerical study for two-phase stratified flow in a pipe
S Das, VH Gada, A Sharma
Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications 67 (11), 1253-1281, 2015
112015
Experimental and numerical investigation of structure and hydrodynamics in packed beds of spherical particles
P Lovreglio, S Das, KA Buist, E Peters, L Pel, JAM Kuipers
AIChE Journal 64 (5), 1896-1907, 2018
92018
On development of a semimechanistic wall boiling model
S Das, H Punekar
Journal of Heat Transfer 138 (6), 2016
62016
An improved ghost-cell sharp interface immersed boundary method with direct forcing for particle laden flows
RV Maitri, S Das, JAM Kuipers, JT Padding, E Peters
Computers & Fluids 175, 111-128, 2018
52018
Direct numerical simulation of hydrodynamic dispersion in open-cell solid foams
V Chandra, S Das, E Peters, JAM Kuipers
Chemical Engineering Journal 358, 1305-1323, 2019
42019
CFD modelling of Gravity Separators using PID Controller
M Vani, S Das, H Punekar, LS Mohan
ICMF-2016 9th International Conference on Multiphase Flow, Firenze, Italy, 2016
22016
DNS of droplet impact on a solid particle: Effect of wettability on solid conjugate heat transfer
S Das, A Panda, HV Patel, NG Deen, JAM Kuipers
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 158, 119859, 2020
2020
Direct numerical simulations of water flooding process through digitized porous rocks
HV Patel, S Das, JAM Kuipers, E Peters
Chemical Engineering Science: X 4, 100041, 2019
2019
Prediction of Flow-Accelerated Corrosion/Erosion in High-Speed Ejectors Using a CFD Model
S Das, S Sarkar, GH Lee, O Junxiong
Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference 59001, V007T07A001, 2019
2019
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