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  • Dr Rajnish Kumar

  • Associate Professor
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Publications 2002 - 2020

Publications

  • 69
    Journal Articles
  • 9
    Conference Paper
  • 2
    Review
  • 1
    Chapter
  • 1
    Letter
  • 68
  • 4
  • 8
  • 1
  • 1

Citations / H-Index

4014 Citations
34 h-index
3734 Citations

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Expertise

Chemical Engineering

Gas Hydrates (Formation, Inhibition & Recovery) Carbon Dioxide Capture, Storage and Utilization Methane and Hydrogen Storage Hydrothermal Liquefaction at sub-critical and supercritical conditions

Personal Information

Dr Rajnish Kumar

Male
Department of Chemical Engineering Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
India,Tamil Nadu,Chennai - 600036


Experience

  • Associate Professor

    Indian Institute of Technology, Madras


Qualification

  • Ph.D

    University of British Columbia

  • M.Sc (Chemical Engineering)

    Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore


Honours and Awards

2018

Highly Cited Researcher

Webofscience

2016

NASI-SCOPUS Young Scientist Award - Chemistry

NASI, Elsevier

2018

Highly Cited Researcher

Webofscience

2016

NASI-SCOPUS Young Scientist Award - Chemistry

NASI, Elsevier

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Doctoral Theses Guided

2018

Computational Studies on The Effect of Compositions and Interactions on Structure, Dynamics and Gas Absorption Properties of Polymeric Materials

Pragati Sharma, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

2018

Role of Additives on the Formation and Decomposition Kinetics of Gas Hydrates: Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Nilesh Choudhary, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

2018

Role of Additives in Enhancing the Kinetics of Gas Hydrate Formation and Dissociation: Application in Gas Separation and Storage

Gaurav Bhattacharjee, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

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2018

Computational Studies on The Effect of Compositions and Interactions on Structure, Dynamics and Gas Absorption Properties of Polymeric Materials

Pragati Sharma, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

2018

Role of Additives on the Formation and Decomposition Kinetics of Gas Hydrates: Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Nilesh Choudhary, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

2018

Role of Additives in Enhancing the Kinetics of Gas Hydrate Formation and Dissociation: Application in Gas Separation and Storage

Gaurav Bhattacharjee, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

2016

Gas hydrate studies for carbon dioxide capture and methane recovery

Asheesh Kumar, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

2016

Thermodynamic and kinetic stability of pure and mixed gas hydrate through molecular dynamics simulation

Subhadip Das, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory

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