2020 - Silver George Westinghouse Medal, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Sibendu Som spends much of his time researching Combustion, Mechanics, Turbulence, Nozzle and Ignition system. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Diesel engine, Thermodynamics and Diesel fuel. The concepts of his Diesel engine study are interwoven with issues in Nuclear engineering and Laminar flow.
His is involved in several facets of Mechanics study, as is seen by his studies on Large eddy simulation and Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations. His Nozzle research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Cavitation and Fuel injection. The Mechanical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Computational fluid dynamics, Squish and Gasoline.
Sibendu Som focuses on Combustion, Mechanics, Ignition system, Nozzle and Computational fluid dynamics. His studies deal with areas such as Large eddy simulation, Nuclear engineering, Diesel fuel and Diesel engine, Thermodynamics as well as Combustion. In his work, Internal combustion engine is strongly intertwined with Homogeneous charge compression ignition, which is a subfield of Diesel fuel.
His work in Mechanics tackles topics such as Mechanical engineering which are related to areas like Reynolds-averaged Navier–Stokes equations, Grid and Adaptive mesh refinement. His Ignition system research focuses on Gasoline and how it connects with Automotive engineering. His study in Nozzle is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Injector, Fuel injection, Two-phase flow and Lift.
His primary scientific interests are in Combustion, Mechanics, Ignition system, Nuclear engineering and Computational fluid dynamics. His work on Spark-ignition engine is typically connected to Environmental science as part of general Combustion study, connecting several disciplines of science. His studies in Mechanics integrate themes in fields like Surface roughness and Evaporation.
His Ignition system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Jet fuel, Propulsion and Compression. The various areas that Sibendu Som examines in his Nuclear engineering study include Spark and Gasoline direct injection. As part of the same scientific family, Sibendu Som usually focuses on Computational fluid dynamics, concentrating on Automotive engineering and intersecting with Thermal efficiency, Two-phase flow and Combustion system.
His main research concerns Combustion, Nuclear engineering, Ignition system, Jet fuel and Computational fluid dynamics. His work on Spark-ignition engine as part of general Combustion research is frequently linked to Environmental science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Nuclear engineering research incorporates themes from Injector and Gasoline direct injection.
His research integrates issues of Fuel injection, Internal flow and Nozzle in his study of Injector. His work in Ignition system covers topics such as Surface which are related to areas like Compression, Aerospace engineering and Propulsion. His work is dedicated to discovering how Computational fluid dynamics, Automotive engineering are connected with Combustion system and Octane rating and other disciplines.
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Effect of nozzle orifice geometry on spray, combustion, and emission characteristics under diesel engine conditions
Sibendu Som;Anita I. Ramirez;Douglas E. Longman;Suresh K. Aggarwal.
Effects of primary breakup modeling on spray and combustion characteristics of compression ignition engines
S. Som;Suresh K. Aggarwal.
Combustion and Flame (2010)
NOx emission characteristics of counterflow syngas diffusion flames with airstream dilution
Daniel E. Giles;Sibendu Som;Suresh K. Aggarwal.
Investigation of Nozzle Flow and Cavitation Characteristics in a Diesel Injector
S. Som;Suresh K. Aggarwal;E. M. El-Hannouny;D. E. Longman.
Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power-transactions of The Asme (2010)
A comparison of injector flow and spray characteristics of biodiesel with petrodiesel
S. Som;D.E. Longman;A.I. Ramírez;S.K. Aggarwal.
Development and validation of an n-dodecane skeletal mechanism for spray combustion applications
Zhaoyu Luo;Sibendu Som;S. Mani Sarathy;Max Plomer.
Combustion Theory and Modelling (2014)
A reduced mechanism for biodiesel surrogates for compression ignition engine applications
Zhaoyu Luo;Max Plomer;Tianfeng Lu;Sibendu Som.
Large eddy simulation of a reacting spray flame with multiple realizations under compression ignition engine conditions
Yuanjiang Pei;Sibendu Som;Eric Pomraning;Peter K. Senecal.
Combustion and Flame (2015)
A Reduced Mechanism for High-Temperature Oxidation of Biodiesel Surrogates
Zhaoyu Luo;Tianfeng Lu;Matthias J. Maciaszek;Sibendu Som.
Energy & Fuels (2010)
A compact skeletal mechanism for n-dodecane with optimized semi-global low-temperature chemistry for diesel engine simulations
Tong Yao;Tong Yao;Yuanjiang Pei;Bei-Jing Zhong;Sibendu Som.
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