Achhaibar Singh



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  • Profile
  • QualificationsPh.D.
  • DesignationAdjunct Faculty
  • DivisionManufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering
  • E-Mailasingh@nsut.ac.in, ,drasingh@hotmail.com, drasingh1964@gmail.com

Biosketch

Biosketch

 

Doctor of Philosophy: Completed in July 1993 in Fluids Engineering from the department of mechanical engineering,

I.I.T. Bombay.

Ph.D. Project: Experimental and theoretical investigations on inward flow between two disks

Master of Technology: Completed in January 1989 in Thermal and Fluids Engineering, from the department of mechanical engineering,  I.I.T. Bombay.

Bachelor of Engineering: Completed in May 1987 from the department of mechanical engineering,  M.M.M. University of Technology, Gorakhpur (formerly M.M.M. Engineering College, Gorakhpur)

Experience

Worked as R&D Manager in Carrier Aircon, Subros, Uniparts, Axis  for 18 years.

Worked as professor, in the department of mechanical engineering, Sharda University, Greater Noida (2011-13).

Worked as professor, in the department of mechanical engineering, Amity University, Noida (2013-19).

Worked as professor, in the department of mechanical engineering, Qassim University, Saudi Arabia (2014-15).

 

Administrative Responsibilities

Head of the Department, Sharda University, Greater Noida (2012-2013)

Engineering manager in refrigeration, consultancy, , software development. for 18 years

 

Industry Consultancy

 

Computational fluid dynamics analysis of valve, Advance Valve Noida, 

Finite Element Analysis, Minda Corporation, Noida.  

 

Lab Development

A computation lab was developed which had thirty workstations  equipped with Ansys, Matlab, Solidworks and Labview.

 

Paper Review

Reviewed papers from ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering

Reviewed a paper in Procedia CIRP, Elsevier

 

Journal (SCI) 

1. Singh, A., Vyas, B.D. and Powle, U.S., `Investigations on Inward Flow between Two Stationary Parallel Disks', Int. J of Heat and Fluid Flow, 20 (1999) 395-401. 

2. Singh, A, `Inward flow between stationary and rotating disks,' ASME J. Fluids Eng., 136(2014), pp. 101205-1- 101205-5. 

3. Singh, A., ` Closed Form Solution for Outflow between Corotating Disks', ASME J.Fluids Eng., 138(2016), pp. 051203-1- 051203-8. 

4. Singh, A, `Theoretical investigation on inflow between two rotating disks'. ASME J.of Fluids Eng. 139(2017), PP. 111202 -111209 

5. Tyagi, R.K. and Singh, A., 'Case study: Composite material yoke versus wooden yoke for bullocks' comfort,' Journal of Animal Welfare Science, 21(2018),pp.103-107. 

6. Tyagi, R.K. and Singh, A., ' Increasing the Comfort of the Harianavi Bullocks by Reduction of Contact Pressure on Neck by Designing a Body Contoured Yoke,' Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 23,. 424-432, 2019. 

7. Singh, A. and Singh, D. K., 'An Investigation on Forced Convection in Clearance of Corotating Disks with Diverging Laminar Flow,' ASME J. Fluids Eng., 143(3): 034502-034507, 2021. . 

8. Singh, A. and Singh, D. K., 'An Investigation on The Forced Convection Heat Transfer in the Gap of Two Rotating Disks with Laminar Inflow,' Wiley J. Heat Transfer, published, 2021. . 

International Conference 

1. Zosimovych, N. and Singh, A, `Construction of an algorithm determining the optimal tolerances for the design of UAV', IX Int. Conf. of Scientific and Practical Materials, Poland, 16 (2013) 55-61. 

2. Singh A., Zosimovych, N. `Laminar ow investigation between a stationary and arotating disk with a source at centre.' \Scientific European Space {2016." Proc. International Scientific and Practical Conference, 7-15 April, Engineering sciences. Przey_sl,Poland: Nauka I Studia, 2016. ISSN 978-966-8736-05-06. 

National Conference 

1. Singh, A., ` Radially outward turbulent flow between two stationary disks', Proceedings of the 6th International and 43rd National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power, December 15-17, 2016, MNNITA, Allahabad, U.P., India, FMFP2016{PAPER NO. (466), 2016. 

2. Singh, A. and Singh, L., `Pressure drop and flow field inside an air to air intercooler', Proc. 35th FMFP Conference, Bangalore, Dec. 2008. 

3. Singh, A and Hirose,' Theory of Structural Optimization', IISc and Prosim, Bangalore, 2006. 

4. Padwal,S. B. , Singh, A. and Goliwadekar, G.J., `Product performance assessment and optimization using FEM', NCRTM, KIT Kolhapur (2006). 

5. Singh, A., `Study of swirling axisymmetric flows using finite element method', NISA users conference Bangalore (1995). 

6. Singh, A., Vyas, B.D. and Powle, U.S.,`Turbulent source flow between two disks', Proc. Of 21st NCFMFP Hyderabad TF4-1(1994). 

7. Singh, A., Vyas, B.D. and Powle, U.S., `Inward flow between two stationary disks with partial admission', Proc. Of 1st NCFP Bombay (1994). 

8. Singh, A., Vyas, B.D. and Powle, U.S., `Laminar incompressible flow between two disks', 19th NCFMFP, IIT Bombay, A2-1 (1992). 

9. Singh, A., Vyas, B.D. and Powle, U.S.,'Inward laminar flow between two stationary parallel disks', 36th ISTAM Congress, IIT Bombay, Paper No. MF45 (1991). 

10. Singh, A., Vyas, B.D. and Powle, U.S., `Experimental investigation on inward turbulent flow between two stationary parallel disks', 18th NCFMFP, Indore (1991).