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I’ M Dr. Rajlakshmi Nayak

Assistant Professor

Institute of Engineering & Technology

Area/Specialization

Mechanical Engineering

Qualifications

PhD

Email

[email protected]

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Dr. Rajlakshmi Nayak is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. She received her M.Tech from NIT Rourkela , where she worked on enhancing the insulating property of composite materials. She recieved Doctorate from Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai. She worked with multiphase flow characteristics in microchannel T-junction. She has 13 publications which includes 5 journals and 8 Conferences both International and national.

Prior to JKLU she worked for 2.5 years in teaching at Jagannath Institute for Technology and Management, Paralakhemundi and National Institute for Science and Technology, Berhampur, Odisha

 

Microfluidics

Heat transfer

Renewable Energy

 

Raj Lakshmi Nayak, Oswald J Lobo, Dhiman Chatterjee and Sarit K. Das, Effect of geometry on slug length for two phase flow in microchannel, Chemical Engineering and Processing: Process Intensification, 130, (2018): 76-87.

Umesh Madanan Raj Lakshmi Nayak, Dhiman Chatterjee and Sarit K. Das, Experimental investigation on two-phase flow Maldistribution in parallel minichannels with U-type configuration, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 96, 8 (2018): 1820-1828.

Rajlakshmi Nayak, Dhiman Chatterjee and Sarit K. Das — Experimental and numerical investigation of the effect of  aspect ratio on friction constant in microchannels, Journal of Energy, Heat and Mass Transfer, ISSN 0970-9991, 37 (2016): 183-193.

Rajlakshmi Nayak, Savithiri. S, Dhiman Chatterjee and Sarit K. Das — Flow and thermal transport studies in microchannel flows using Lattice Boltzmann Method, International journal of micro-nano scale transport, ISSN 1759-3093 5(2014): 39-49.

Rajlakshmi Nayak, Tarkes Dora P. and Alok Satapathy — A computational and experimental investigation on thermal conductivity of particle reinforced epoxy composites, Computational Materials Science 48,3 (2010): 576-581.

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