Date of Birth: May 01, 1983 Marital status: Married
Sex: Male Nationality: Indian
Father’s name: Mr. Swapan Kumar Bose
Mother’s name: Mrs. Swapna Bose
National scholarship 2011-2015
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Govt. of India
Synopsis: This work mainly deals with the fabrication and characterization of catalytic membrane reactor and its application to recover/remove different value-aided products from petroleum industries. The main objectives of this study are:
(a) Selection of suitable materials for support membrane fabrication.
(b) Parametric optimization (sintering temperature, applied pressure) of membrane preparation methods using trial and error approach in experimentation.
(c) Evaluation of the best membrane module (tubular, hollow fibre, flat) and mode of application (dead-end, cross-flow etc.)
(d) Characterization of the fabricated membrane.
(e) Selection of suitable catalysts for different purposes.
(f) Evaluation of optimal operating conditions (preparation technique, calcination temperature) that enables to offer higher yield.
(g) Choosing of suitable catalysts coating techniques (PVD, CVD, Vacuum coating etc.) on the surface of the membrane in terms of cost.
(h) Evaluation of the best membrane reactor configurations and mode of applications (extractor, distributor and contactor).
(i) Modelling and simulation for CMRs design purpose.
(j) Cost and economic analysis.
Synopsis: In this study, an attempt has been made to obtain an empirical model of the microfiltration cell recycle bioreactor for continuous production of Lactic acid by FORTRAN. Cell concentration, substrate concentration, product concentration and permeate flux as a function of time was evaluated considering resistance-in-series model in which the membrane resistance and cake resistance are taken into account.
Synopsis: The project mainly dealing with the modeling of a rotating disc ultrafiltration membrane by using buckinghum-pi theorem to get a correlation between permeates flux and rejection.
Executive committee member, IIchE Guwahati Regional Centre, IIchE-GRC, 2013-2014
Life Associate Member (LAM-61192), Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers
C. DAS AND S. BOSE, ADVANCED CERAMIC MEMBRANES AND APPLICATIONS, CRC PRESS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS, 2017, ISBN 9781138055407.
1. Workshop on ''Engineering optimization using Matlab and Excel", February 29- March 2, 2012, IIT Guwahati (Organized by Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering, IIT Guwahati).
2. National course on “Membrane Technology and Application”, December 9-10, 2014, IIT Guwahati conducted under the Technical Education quality Improvement programme sponsored by MHRD, Govt. of India. (Organized by Centre for Educational Technology, IIT Guawahati).
BEST THEME AWARD FOR CHEMCON 2015, IICHE.
TALKS GIVEN ON THE TOPIC OF “LOW-COST CERAMIC MEMBRANES: A NEW APPROACH IN MEMBRANE TECHNOLOGY” JOINTLY WITH DR. CHANDAN DAS IN WORKSHOP ON ‘ENMBR FOR DEGRADATION OF RECALCITRANT COMPOUNDS IN INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER’ BY THE ENERGY AND RESOURCES INSTITUTE, NEW DELHI, INDIA
PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS:
1. Sujoy Bose and Chandan Das, “Preparation and characterization of low cost tubular ceramic support membranes using sawdust as a pore-former”, Materials Letters, 110, (2013), 152-155. (Impact factor: 2.437) (Citation: 18)
2. Sujoy Bose and Chandan Das, “Role of binder and preparation pressure in tubular ceramic membrane processing: Design and optimization study using response surface methodology (RSM)”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 53 (31), (2014), 12319-12329. (Impact factor: 2.567) (Citation: 8)
3. Sujoy Bose and Chandan Das, “Sawdust: From Wood Waste to Pore-former in the Fabrication of Ceramic Membrane”, Ceramics International, 41 (3), Part A, (2015), 4070-4079. (Impact factor: 2.758) (Citation: 12)
4. Sujoy Bose and Chandan Das, “Preparation, characterization, and activity of activated γ-alumina-supported molybdenum/cobalt catalyst for the removal of elemental sulfur”, Applied Catalysis A: General. 512, (2016), 15-26. (Impact factor: 4.012) (Citation: 3)
5. Mridul Krishnam, Sujoy Bose, Chandan Das, “Boron nitride (BN) nanofluids as cooling agent in thermal management system (TMS)”, Applied Thermal Engineering. 106, (2016), 951-958. (Impact factor: 3.043) (Citation: 1)
6. Sujoy Bose, Rishiket Kundu, Chandan Das, “Catalytic recovery of elemental sulfur using a novel catalytic membrane reactor at room temperature with a layer of dispersed Mo-Co/γ-Al2O3 catalyst: Reaction kinetics and Mass transfer study”, Journal of Membrane and Separation Technology. 6 (1), (2017), 28-39.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
• Low-cost ceramic membranes
• Catalytic membrane and membrane reactors
• Light-weight ceramics
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