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Department of Chemical Engineering
Dhiraj Kumar Garg
Assistant Professor,
Department of Chemical Engineering,
School of Engineering
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Education Details
PhD (Process Engineering/ Process simulation), University of Strasbourg, France, 2014
M.Tech. (Chem. Engg.), Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India, 2010
B.Tech. (Chem. Engg.), Guru Gobind Singh IndraPrastha University (GGSIPU), Delhi, India, 2003
Professional Experience
Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. – 01 Sep’2003 to 12 Jul’2008
  1. Commissioning, Field & control room operation during general and shift duty and Technical Services.
  2. Nuclear and conventional power plant technology including water treatment plant, cooling towers: induced and forced type, D2O upgrading column, various advance control strategies, PLCs, SCADA etc.
  3. Operational details and thorough knowledge of various types of mechanical, electrical, process control and instrumentation equipment like heat exchangers, pumps, motors, control valves etc.
  4. Nuclear radiation detection, measurement, protection and planning.
Research Interests
Chemical Engineering, Process Engineering, Process Control and Dynamics, Process Safety, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Process Intensification.
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Books and Chapters (1)

1. C. A. Serra, D. Parida, F. Bally, D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, V. Hessel, Micro-Chemical Plants, Chapter in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology; 4th ed., 06 Sep’2013, Wiley-VCH, Weinheim (Germany), DOI: 10.1002/0471440264.pst612. Citations - 1.

Journals

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, New Transformation Proposed for Improving CFD Simulation of Free Radical Polymerization Reactions in Microreactors. Microfluid Nanofluid, 14 Dec’2014, DOI: 10.1007/s10404-014-1527-3. Impact factor- 3.22.

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Analytical Solution of Free Radical Polymerization: Applications- Implementing Non-isothermal Effect. Macromolecules, 02 Dec’2014, 47 (24), 8514-8523. DOI: 10.1021/ma501964h. Impact factor-5.93.

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Analytical Solution of Free Radical Polymerization: Applications- Implementing Gel Effect Using CCS Model. Macromolecules, 18 Nov’2014, 47 (23), 8178-8189. DOI: 10.1021/ma501251j. Impact factor-5.93. Citations- 2.

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Analytical Solution of Free Radical Polymerization: Applications- Implementing Gel Effect Using AK Model. Macromolecules, 27 Oct’2014, 47 (21), 7370–7377. Impact factor-5.93. Citations- 2.

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Analytical Solution of Free Radical Polymerization: Derivation and Validation. Macromolecules, 01 Jul’2014, 47 (14), 4567–4586. Impact factor-5.93. Citations- 3.

D. Parida, C.A. Serra, D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, R. Muller, M. Bouquey, Flow Inversion: an Effective Means to Scale-up Controlled Radical Polymerization Tubular Microreactors, Macromolecular reaction engineering, 09 May’2014, 8 (8),597-603. Impact factor-1.64.

D. Parida, C.A. Serra, F. Bally, D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, F. Bally, R. Muller, M. Bouquey, Coil Flow Inversion as a Route to Control Polymerization in Microreactors, Macromolecules, 06 May’2014, 47 (10), 3282-3287. Impact factor-5.93.

D. Parida, C.A. Serra, R.I. Gómez, D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization in Continuous-Microflow: Effect of Process Parameters, Journal of Flow Chemistry, 28 Apr’2014, 4 (2), 92-96. Impact factor-4.09.

D. Parida, C.A. Serra, F. Bally, D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, Intensifying The ATRP Synthesis of Statistical Copolymers by Continuous Micromixing Flow Techniques. Green. Proc. Synt. 21 Nov’2012, 1 (6), 525-532. Impact factor-4.09. Citations- 2.

F. Bally, D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, C. Brochon, D. Parida, T. Vandamme, G. Hadziioannou, N. Anton, Improved Size-Tunable Preparation of Polymeric Nanoparticles by Microfluidic Nanoprecipitation. Polymer, 12 Oct’2012, 53 (22), 5045-5051. Impact factor-3.77. Citations- 16.

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Numerical Investigations of Different Tubular Microreactor Geometries for The Synthesis of Polymers Under Unmixed Feed Condition. Lab on a Chip 2015, to be submitted.

D.K. Garg, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D. Parida, M. Bouquey, R. Muller, Numerical Investigations of Perfectly Mixed Condition at The Inlet of Free Radical Polymerization Tubular Microreactors of Different Geometries. , Lab on a Chip 2015, to be submitted.

Conference Publications

Oral Communications

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Derivation of analytical solution for the Free Radical Polymerization reaction conducted in a constant volume, isothermal, well mixed batch reactor and its applications to CFD modelling, WCCE9, 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, 18-23 Aug 2013, Seoul, South Korea.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Analytical solution of FRP for constant volume, isothermal, well mixed batch reactor and its application, WPPRE 2013, 2nd Working Party on Polymer Reaction Engineering, 24-26 May 2013, Hamburg, Germany.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Numerical simulation of polymerization reactions in tubular microsystems: effect of reactor geometry, WPPRE 2012, 1st Working Party on Polymer Reaction Engineering, 11-13 Oct 2012, Lyon, France.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Flow improving polymerization reactions in coil flow inverter, EFMC9, 9th European Fluid Mechanics Conference, 09-13 Sep 2012, Rome, Italy.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Numerical modelling of polymerization reactions in different tubular microreactor geometries, ISCRE22, 22nd International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering, 02-05 Sep 2012, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Numerical investigations of different microreactor geometries for the synthesis of polymers, CHISA 2012, 20th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering, 25-29 Aug 2012, Prague, Czech Republic.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, Numerical modeling of polymerization reaction in CFI, CFM 2011, XXème Congrès Français de Mécanique, 28 Aug-02 Sep 2011, Besançon, France.

Posters

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Analytical solution of FRP for constant volume, isothermal, well mixed batch reactor and its application, 11th Workshop on Polymer Reaction Engineering, 21-24 May 2013, Hamburg, Germany.

D. Parida, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D.K. Garg, Improvement of the control of polymer architectures by means of a coil flow inverter microreactor, ISCRE22, 22nd International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering, 02-05 Sep 2012, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

D.K. Garg, Y. Hoarau, C.A. Serra, D. Parida, Numerical modeling of polymerization reactions in straight tube and coiled flow inverter (CFI) Reactors, SoMaS 2011, Summer school in soft matter, 10-15 July 2011 Mittelwihr, France.
National and International Recognition
  • ISCRE Poster Award for poster titled, “Improvement of the control of polymer architectures by means of a coil flow inverter microreactor” authored by D. Parida, C.A. Serra, Y. Hoarau, D.K. Garg, at ISCRE 22, 22nd International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering, 02-05 Sep 2012, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
  • Got an outstanding promotion to SO-D in 2006 during work tenure in NPCIL.
  • University Topper in B.Tech. (Chemical Engineering), 2003.
  • Scored 100% marks in Applied Mathematics in 3rd semester of B.Tech. (Chem. Engg.) , 2000.
Executive Summary
Dhiraj is presently working in SNU in Dept. of Chemical Engineering of School of Engineering as Assistant Professor. Earlier he had worked in Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd. (DAE). There he had worked in 6 different nuclear power plants (NPPs) based on PHWR technology at 4 different sites throughout India varying from oldest (RAPS-1&2) to latest (RAPP-5) and smallest (RAPS-1&2) to largest (TAPP-3) NPP till that time. He had implemented and proposed various engineering changes to some existing systems which improved their efficiency, reliability and safety aspects. For which he was awarded outstanding promotion to Scientific Officer-D (SO-D). His areas of expertise include Numerical Modeling and Simulation, CFD, Polymerization Reaction (Free radical polymerization), Coiled Flow Inverter Microreactors (CFIM), and Chaotic Flow.

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