Santanu Bandyopadhyay

Santanu Bandyopadhyay

Institute Chair Professor

santanub@iitb.ac.in

Academic Background:

  • B. Tech. (Hons.) degree from IIT Kharagpur, 1992
  • M. Tech. degree from IIT Bombay, 1995
  • Ph.D. from IIT Bombay, 1999

Contact Address:

Department of Energy Science and Engineering , IIT Bombay, Powai Mumbai 400 076, India, Office room no: 1 (ESE Office Complex) Fax: (0091 22) 2576 4890

(Internal(O)) : (0091 22) - 2576 7894
(Internal(R)) : 8894


http://www.ese.iitb.ac.in/~santanu/

Research Interest:

  • Process Integration
  • Pinch Analysis
  • Industrial Energy Conservation
  • Modeling and Simulation of Energy Systems
  • Energy Integration of Distillation Processes
  • Renewable Energy Systems

Courses Offered:

  • EN 704:Introduction to Energy Systems Engineering
  • EN 602:Foundation for Energy Engineering
  • EN 618:Energy Systems Modelling and Analysis
  • EN 645:Process Integration
  • EN 616:Direct Energy Conversion
  • EN 642:Power Generation and Systems Planning
  • EN 617:Thermodynamic Analysis of Industrial Systems
  • EN 609:Energy Systems Lab
  • EN 607: Energy Management
  • EN 606: Energy Resources, Economics, and Environment

List of Publications:

  1. V. Andiappan, D.K.S. Ng, and S. Bandyopadhyay, Synthesis of Biomass‐Based Tri‐generation Systems with Variations in Biomass Supply and Energy Demand, in Process Design Strategies for Biomass Conversion Systems (ISBN: 978-1-118-69915-7), Eds. D.K.S. Ng, R.R. Tan, D.C.Y. Foo, and M.M. El-Halwagi, John Wiley & Sons, United Kingdom, 103-132, 2016.
  2. N.B. Desai and S. Bandyopadhyay, Biomass-fueled Organic Rankine Cycle based Cogeneration System, in Process Design Strategies for Biomass Conversion Systems (ISBN: 978-1-118-69915-7), Eds. D.K.S. Ng, R.R. Tan, D.C.Y. Foo, and M.M. El-Halwagi, John Wiley & Sons, United Kingdom, 247-261, 2016.
  3. S. K. Thengane, A. Hoadley, S. Bhattacharya, S. Mitra, and S. Bandyopadhyay, Exergy efficiency improvement in hydrogen production process by recovery of chemical energy versus thermal energy, Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 18, 1391–1404, 2016.
  4. N. B. Desai and S. Bandyopadhyay, Thermo-economic comparisons between solar steam Rankine and organic Rankine cycles, Applied Thermal Engineering, 105, 862–875, 2016.
  5. S. K. Thengane, S. Bandyopadhyay, S. Mitra, S. Bhattacharya, and A. Hoadley, An alternative process for nitric oxide and hydrogen production using metal oxides, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 112, 36-45, 2016.
  6. P. Sharan and S. Bandyopadhyay, Energy Optimization in Parallel/Cross Feed Multiple-Effect Evaporator based Desalination System, Energy, 111, 756-767, 2016.
  7. M. S. Thakare, G. S. Krishna Priya, P. C. Ghosh, and S. Bandyopadhyay, Optimization of Photovoltaic-Thermal (PVT) based Cogeneration System through Water Replenishment Profile, Solar Energy, 133, 512-523, 2016.
  8. N. Chaturvedi, Z. A. Manan, S. R. Wan Alwi and S. Bandyopadhyay, Effect of multiple water resources in a flexible-schedule batch water network, Journal of Cleaner Production, 125, 245-252, 2016.
  9. P. Sharan and S. Bandyopadhyay, Energy Integration of Multiple Effect Evaporators with Background Process and Appropriate Temperature Selection, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 55(6), 1630–1641, 2016.
  10. N. B. Desai and S. Bandyopadhyay, Thermo-economic analysis and selection of working fluid for solar organic Rankine cycle, Applied Thermal Engineering, 95, 471–481, 2016.
  11. N. Chaturvedi, Z. A. Manan, S. R. Wan Alwi and S. Bandyopadhyay, Maximising Heat Recovery in Batch Processes via Product Streams Storage and Shifting, Journal of Cleaner Production, 112, 2802–2812, 2016.

Additional Information:

Fellow, Indian National Academy of Engineering (FNAE)