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Dr. S. Sam David

Ph.D

Research Assistant Professor

Education:

  • Ph.D in Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, 2017
  • M.Tech (Integrated) in Industrial Biotechnology, SASTRA University, 2010

Academic Experience:

  • Guest faculty – Department of Biotechnology, Bharathidasan University, 2010

Achievements and Awards

  • Ministry of Human Resource development (MHRD) Doctoral Fellowship

Conference presentation:

  • “Hydrodynamics of Cocurrent Downward Liquid-Liquid Extraction Column” was presented orally in 2014 AIChE Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA
  • Holdup Studies in Cocurrent Downward Liquid-Liquid Extraction Column” was presented orally in International conference on New frontiers on Chemical Energy and Environmental Engineering (INCEEE 2015), NIT Warangal, India.
  • "Study of Antioxidants in Metal Induced Tridax Procumbens” was presented orally in the International conference organized by the Department of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
  • Multiphase reactors
  • E-waste management
  • Co2 sequestration

Selected Publications:

  • Sam David, S., Renganathan, T. and  Krishnaiah, K., (2015), Hydrodynamics of cocurrent downward liquid-liquid extraction column. RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 12439 - 12445.

Working Papers:

  • With Sam David, S., Renganathan, T. and Krishnaiah, K., (2015), Effect of oil properties and packing voidage on hydrodynamics of cocurrent downward liquid-liquid extraction column.
  • Sam David, S., Renganathan, T. and Krishnaiah, K., (2015), Effect of oil properties and packing voidage on residence time distribution of cocurrent downward liquid-liquid extraction column with and without packing.
  • Sam David, S., Renganathan, T. and Krishnaiah, K., (2015), Effect of oil properties on drop size distribution of cocurrent downward liquid-liquid extraction column.

Work in Progress:

  • Heavy metal removal from waste water – Continuous cocurrent downward liquid-liquid extraction column
  • Dispersed phase RTD – Continuous cocurrent downward liquid-liquid system
  • Basic Chemical Engineering

  • Chemical Process calculations

  • Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics