Dayadeep Monder

Dayadeep Monder

Academic Background:

  • PhD University of Alberta 2008
  • MSc University of Alberta 2001
  • BE Panjab University 1996

Contact Address:

Department of Energy Science and Engineering IIT Bombay

Phone: +91 22-2576-7864

Research Interest:

  • Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs)
  • Detailed reaction models for SOFC electrochemistry
  • Sulfur poisoning of SOFCs
  • First principles catalysis and ab–initio thermodynamics

Courses Offered:

  • EN404 - Electrochemistry
  • EN315 - Reaction Engineering and Combustion
  • EN604 - Fuel Cells

List of Publications:

  1. V. Pawar, S. Appari, D. S. Monder, and V. M. Janardhanan. Study of the combined deactivation due to sulfur poisoning and carbon deposition during biogas dry reforming on supported Ni catalyst, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, published online 7 July, 2017.
  2. S. Liu, T. Ishimoto, D. S. Monder, and M. Koyama. First-principles study of oxygen transfer and hydrogen oxidation processes at the Ni-YSZ-gas triple phase boundaries in a solid oxide fuel cell anode, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 119, 27603–27608, 2015.
  3. V. M. Janardhanan and D. S. Monder. Sulfur poisoning of SOFCs: a model based explanation of polarization dependent extent of poisoning, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161, F1427–F1436, 2014.
  4. E. H. Reddy, S. Jayanti, and D. S. Monder. Thermal management of high temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell stacks in the power range of 1 to 10 kWe, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 39, 20127–20138, 2014.
  5. E. F. Hardjo, D. S. Monder, and K. Karan. An effective property model for infiltrated electrodes in solid oxide fuel cells, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 161, F83–F93, 2014.
  6. E. H. Reddy, D. S. Monder, and S. Jayanti. Parametric study of an external coolant system for a high temperature polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell, Applied Thermal Engineering, 58, 155–164, 2013.
  7. D. S. Monder, K. Nandakumar, V. Vorontsov, J. Luo and K. T. Chuang. An investigation of fuel composition and flow-rate effects in a H2S fueled SOFC: experiments and thermodynamic analysis, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 90, 1033–1042, 2012.
  8. D. S. Monder and K. Karan. Ab-initio adsorption thermodynamics of H2S and H2 on Ni(111): the importance of thermal corrections and multiple reaction equilibria, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114, 22597–22602, 2010.
  9. D. S. Monder, K. Nandakumar, and K. T. Chuang. A fully coupled multiphysics model for a H2S SOFC, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 157, B542–B551, 2010.
  10. D. S. Monder, K. Nandakumar and K. T. Chuang. Model development for a SOFC button cell using H2S as fuel, Journal of Power Sources, 162, 400–414, 2006.
  11. Y. Zhang, D. S. Monder, and J. F. Forbes. Real-time optimization under parametric uncertainty: a probability constrained approach, Journal of Process Control, 12, 373–389, 2002.

Work Experiance:

  • Assistant Professor Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad 2011–2014
  • Postdoctoral fellow Queen’s–RMC Fuel Cell Research Centre, Kingston, Ontario 2008–2011