Dr Dudul Das

  • Marie Curie Fellow (Systems Power & Energy)

email: Dudul.Das@glasgow.ac.uk

Level 4. 468, James Watt South Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom, G12 8QQ

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Biography

Dr. Dudul Das has finished his PhD on “Development of an efficient photovoltaic thermal collector”, in December 2020. His research is of interdisciplinary nature, and he is keen to investigate the underlying mechanisms of various complex phenomena in TES systems from different perspectives by means of theoretical, numerical and experimental techniques.  He was a teaching assistant for several courses (Solar Energy Conversion Technology, Renewable Energy Systems, and Fundamental of Energy Engineering) in IIT Guwahati, India. He serves as a reviewer of several international journals.

Dr. Das is an enthusiastic researcher with great passion for thermal energy storage and renewable energy. His Bachelor’s and master’s degree theses were focused on IC engine and solar thermal engineering, while his PhD project was on thermal engineering and solar energy, which is a very challenging and highly multidisciplinary topic. He mastered the fundamentals of thermodynamics, heat transfer, solar energy, material sciences, for his PhD project in a short period of time. After 5 years of doctoral training, he has developed himself into an excellent researcher in the area of thermal sciences and solar energy engineering. He has demonstrated himself as one of the most talented doctoral students in the School of Energy Science and Engineering, IIT Guwahati, evidenced by the Best Thesis Award he received. 

Research interests

Photovoltaic-thermal solar collectors, Form-stable phase change material for thermal energy storage, Heat transfer and thermodynamics, Solar distillation, Solar drying

Publications

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Number of items: 4.

2024

Das, D., Masek, O. and Paul, M. C. (2024) Development of novel form-stable PCM-biochar composites and detailed characterisation of their morphological, chemical and thermal properties. Journal of Energy Storage, 84(B), 110995. (doi: 10.1016/j.est.2024.110995)

Das, D. (2024) Thermochemical Analysis of a Novel Form-stable PCM-biochar Composite. World Sustainable Energy Days 2024, Wels, Austria, 05–08 Mar 2024.

Kamble, A. D., Singh, A., Singh, D., Das, D., Kapil, S. and Kalita, P. (2024) Feasibility Study of Heat Transfer Enhancement in Solar Photovoltaic-Thermal Systems Using FDM Generated Novel Curved Thermal Absorbers. In: Proceedings of the ASME 2023 Gas Turbine India Conference, Bangalore, India, 07-08 Dec 2023, ISBN 9780791887721 (doi: 10.1115/gtindia2023-118636)

2023

Das, D. and Paul, M. C. (2023) Melting Solidification Behaviour of a Form Stable Green Phase Change Biochar Composite for Thermal Energy Storage. 15th International Green Energy Conference (IGEC-XV), Glasgow, UK, 10-13 Jul 2023.

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Articles

Das, D., Masek, O. and Paul, M. C. (2024) Development of novel form-stable PCM-biochar composites and detailed characterisation of their morphological, chemical and thermal properties. Journal of Energy Storage, 84(B), 110995. (doi: 10.1016/j.est.2024.110995)

Conference or Workshop Item

Das, D. (2024) Thermochemical Analysis of a Novel Form-stable PCM-biochar Composite. World Sustainable Energy Days 2024, Wels, Austria, 05–08 Mar 2024.

Das, D. and Paul, M. C. (2023) Melting Solidification Behaviour of a Form Stable Green Phase Change Biochar Composite for Thermal Energy Storage. 15th International Green Energy Conference (IGEC-XV), Glasgow, UK, 10-13 Jul 2023.

Conference Proceedings

Kamble, A. D., Singh, A., Singh, D., Das, D., Kapil, S. and Kalita, P. (2024) Feasibility Study of Heat Transfer Enhancement in Solar Photovoltaic-Thermal Systems Using FDM Generated Novel Curved Thermal Absorbers. In: Proceedings of the ASME 2023 Gas Turbine India Conference, Bangalore, India, 07-08 Dec 2023, ISBN 9780791887721 (doi: 10.1115/gtindia2023-118636)

This list was generated on Sun May 19 03:11:38 2024 BST.