Dr.Anu Mittal
Assistant Professor

Designation:

Assistant Professor

Specialization:

Thermal

Email:

anu.mittal@thapar.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. (Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala) in Mechanical Engineering Engineering
  • M.Tech. in Mechanical (Thermal Engineering)/NIT Kurukshetra (Formerly REC Kurukshetra) First class (82.5%)
  • B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering/ BCET, Gurdaspur/ First class (76.4%)

Experience: Total Experience 15 years

  • May 2001- Oct. 2009: Design Engineer, Piping System Design and Stress analysis, Fluor Daniel India Pvt. LTD. Gurgaon
  • Feb. 2010 – July 2013: Assistant Professor, GIMT Kurukshetra
  • Aug. 2013 – Nov. 2014 : Assistant Professor (On contract), NIT Kurukshetra
  • July 2015 – June 2017 : Lecturer (On contract), Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala
  • July 2017 – Present : Assistant Professor, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology, Patiala

Teaching Interests:

  • Thermodynamics
  • Heat Transfer
  • 2-Phase Flow
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning

Research Interest:

  • Bulk solid handling
  • Multi-phase flow mode investigation
  • Shell and Tube type heat exchangers
  • Pressure signal analysis

Publications:

Journals

  • 1. Mittal, A., Mallick, S.S. and Wypych, P.W., 2014. An investigation into flow mode transition and pressure fluctuations for fluidized dense-phase pneumatic conveying of fine powders. Particuology, 16, pp.187-195.
  • 2. Mittal, A., Mallick, S.S. and Wypych, P.W., 2015. An investigation into pressure fluctuations for fluidized dense-phase pneumatic transport of fine powders. Powder Technology, 277, pp.163-170.
  • 3. Mittal, A., Setia, G., Mallick, S.S. and Wypych, P.W., 2015. An Investigation into Pressure Fluctuations and Improved Modeling of Solids Friction for Dense-Phase Pneumatic Conveying of Powders. Particulate Science and Technology, 33(1), pp.67-75.
  • 4. Mittal, A., Mallick, S.S. and Wypych, P.W., 2016. An investigation into the transition of flow mechanism during fluidized dense-phase pneumatic conveying of fine powders. Particulate Science and Technology, 34(1), pp.23-32.
  • 5. Goel, A., Mittal, A., Mallick, S.S. and Sharma, A., 2016. Experimental investigation into transient pressure pulses during pneumatic conveying of fine powders using Shannon entropy. Particuology, 29, pp.143-153.
  • 6. Kaur, B., Mittal, A., Wypych, P., Mallick, S.S. and Jana, S., 2017. On developing improved modelling and scale-up procedures for pneumatic conveying of fine powders. Powder Technology, 305, pp.270-278.
  • 7. Kaur, B., Mittal, A., Mallick, S.S., Pan, R. and Jana, S., 2017. Numerical simulation of fluidized dense-phase pneumatic conveying of powders to develop improved model for solids friction factor. Particuology.

Conferences

  • 1. Mittal, S.S.Mallick and P.W.Wypych, An Investigation into Flow Mode Transition and Pressure Fluctuations for Fluidized Dense-Phase Pneumatic Conveying of Fine Powders, PGBSIA,2013,Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology
  • 2. Mittal, G.Setia, and S.S.Mallick, An Investigation into Flow Mechanism during Horizontal Pneumatic Conveying of Fine Powders by Analysing Pressure Fluctuations, Chops-2015 Tel-Aviv, Israel
  • 3. A.Mittal, Investigation into Pressure Signal Fluctuations during Fluidised Dense-Phase Pneumatic conveying of Powders, PGBSIA,2016, Thapar Institute of Engineering & Technology

Achievement, Awards and Recognitions:

  • Ist Rank in M.Tech in 2001 at BCET, Gurdaspur.
  • Qualified Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) in 1999 with 91.34 percentile
  • Awarded for technical value addition and timely completion of targets in hand while working on different projects during work tenure at Fluor Daniel India Pvt. Ltd
  • Best Teacher Awards in 2012 at GIMT Kurukshetra