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Professor (Dr.) Debasis Barman
Professor (Dr.) Debasis Barman
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Netaji Subhash Engineering College

Ph.D. (Engineering): Mechanical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata ? 700032, conferred in March 2014.
B.E. (Mechanical Engineering) from Jadavpur University, 1983. 82%, rank in the class 7th.
H.S. (Science) from Hindu School, Kolkata, 1979. 73.5%, rank in the state 26th.
Secondary from New Alipore Multipurpose School, Kolkata, 1977. 73.9%, rank in the state 66th.

Dr Debasis Barman joined NSEC on 04th April, 2001.

Contact Addresses
Residence56A Biren Roy Road (West), Kolkata 700008
Phone (office)
Mobile+91-98300 45715.
emaildebasis.barman@nsec.ac.in, dev.barman20@gmail.com,

Research Areas
  • Heat transfer from extended surfaces

Thesis title
  • Thermal characteristics and optimization of fins under dehumidifying conditions.

Courses undertaken
  • Engineering Mechanics (ME 101)
  • Engineering Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics (ME 201)
  • Applied Thermodynamics (ME 301)
  • Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines (ME 401)
  • Heat Transfer (ME 502)

Awards & Honours
  • Ranked 5th in the Mechanical Engineering department of Jadavpur University, Kolkata (1983).
  • Ranked 26th in the 10+2 examination under West Bengal Council of High Secondary Examination, approximately out of 100,000 examinees (1979).
  • Ranked 66th in the School leaving examination under West Bengal Board of Secondary Education out of 300,000 examinees (1977).
  • Adjudged ?Engineer of the Year? in 1997 in Engineering Projects (India) Ltd


Publications:
  1. Barman Debasis, Goswami Debkalpa, Kundu Balaram, (2013). An optimum longitudinal wet fin without ?length-of-arc? assumption, HVAC&R research, Vol. 19, Issue 4, 444-456.
  2. Kundu Balaram, Barman Debasis, (2011). An analytical prediction for performance and optimization of an annular fin assembly of trapezoidal profile under dehumidifying conditions, Energy, Vol. 36, Issue 5, 2572-2588.
  3. Kundu Balaram, Barman Debasis, (2010). Analytical study on design analysis of annular fins under dehumidifying conditions with a polynomial relationship between humidity ratio and saturation temperature, International journal of heat and fluid flow, Vol. 31, Issue 4, 722-733.
  4. Kundu Balaram, Barman Debasis, Debnath Shantanu, (2008). An analytical approach for predicting fin performance of triangular fins subject to simultaneous heat and mass transfer, International journal of refrigeration, Vol. 31, Issue 6, 1113-1120.
Conference proceedings:
  1. Attended as a speaker in ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers) winter conference 2014 in New York in January 2014.
  2. Attended as a speaker in 11th ISHMT-ASME conference in IIT, Kharagpur, India in December, 2013.

More... Industrial experience:-
  • Engineering Projects (India) Ltd (Feb, 1988-Nov, 2000) as Senior Manager. Execution of turnkey projects in Steel Plants from concept to commissioning.
  • Calcutta Port Trust (April, 1986-Jan, 1988) initially as Management Trainee for one year and thereafter as Assistant manager in Plant and Equipment division of Haldia Dock Complex.
  • METCO Group Engineering Private Ltd (July, 1983- March, 1985) as Design Engineer. Designing customized unit material handling equipment used in Railway workshops in India.
Membership of professional bodies:
  • Member of Institution of Engineers (India)
  • Member of Indian Society of Heat and Mass Transfer
  • Paper setter and examiner of Indian Institute of Metals


 
                                                                                                                                                                                                  
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