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Dr. Krushna Prasad Shadangi  [Chemical Engineering]

Krushna Prasad Shadangi
Name : Dr. Krushna Prasad Shadangi
Designation : Assistant Professor
Phone No. : +91-8260557770
Email Id : krushnanit@gmail.com, krushna@iitg.ac.in
Date of Joining : 04-06-2015
  • Qualification

    Ph.D., Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati
  • Specialization

    Bio-diesel, Thermo-chemical Conversion of biomass to liquid fuel, Hydro-deoxygenation of oil, Liquid-liquid extraction, Catalyst preparation and characterization
  • Experience

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  • Subject Teaching

    Graduate Level

    : 1. Mass Transfer 2. Chemical Process Technology 3. Chemical Reaction Engineering 4. Process Equipment Design 5. Modern Separation Processes 6. Mechanical Operation

    Post Graduate Level

    : 1. Pinch Technology
  • Research Area

    Biomass to biofuel & Waste to energy , Process Intensification , Solid-Liquid Extraction , Wastewater Treatment , Reaction Kinetics & Catalysis , Liquid-Liquid Extraction
  • Research Guidance

    Ph. D. Candidates

    : NIL

    M. Tech. Candidates

    : NIL
  • Awards & Honours

    1.Financial assistance received from Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB) Govt. Of India (SB/ITS-Y/04161/2014) to attend international conference in Venice, Italy.
    2.Received fellowship to pursue Ph.D. At IIT Guwahati, India from Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for the period of four years.
    3.Awarded for outstanding contribution in reviewing of Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, Elsevier, for November 2016.
    4.Awarded for outstanding contribution in reviewing of Journal Fuel Elsevier, for April 2017.
  • Members of Professional Bodies

    Lifetime member of Odisha Chemical Society, Lm/1128-18
  • Sponsored Projects & Consultancy

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  • Publications (
    International Publications:
    18,
    Conferences:
    1,
    Workshop:
    8)

    International Publications

    1.2019
    GauravChatterjee, K.P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Effect of Catalyst Bed Height on the Yield and Composition of Non-edible Seed Pyrolytic Oil, Waste and Biomass Valorization. Springer, 10, 2019, 1-13.
    2.2018
    Gaurav Chatterjee, K.P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Fuel properties and composition study of Cassia Siamea seed crude pyrolytic oil and char, Fuel 234 (2018) 609–615.
    3.S. S. Mohapatra,K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, “ Fuel Properties and Composition Analysis of Sugarcane Bagasses Thermal Pyrolytic liquid”. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), July 2018, Volume 5, Issue 7 (ISSN 23495162), UGC Serial number 63975.
    4.G. Ganeshan, K.P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Degradation kinetic study of pyrolysis and co-pyrolysis of biomass with polyethylene terephthalate (PET) using Coats–Redfern method. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry. 131 (2), 1803-1816, 2018.
    5.Nivedita Patel, K.P. Shadangi, Removl of Sludge from Waste Engine oil using 1-Butanol: Optimization Using Response Surface Methodology, Univesal Review, Volume 7, Issue XI, 2018. ISSN No. 2277-2723.
    6.2016
    G. Ganeshan, K.P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Thermo-chemical conversion of mango seed kernel and shell to value added products. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 121 (2016) 403–408.
    7.M. Koul, K.P Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Effect of catalytic vapour cracking on fuel properties and composition of castor seed pyrolytic oil. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 120 (2016) 103–109.
    8.K.P Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Stability Analysis of Mahua Seed and Waste Polystyrene Co-pyrolytic Oil. International Journal of Renewable Energy and Its Commercialization 2 (2016) 1–7.
    9.2015
    K.P Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Co-pyrolysis of Karanja and Niger seeds with waste polystyrene to produce liquid fuel. Fuel 153 (2015) 492–498.
    10.2014
    K.P Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Effect of Co-pyrolysis of Mahua Seed and Waste Polystyrene on Quality of Liquid Fuel. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 6 (2014) 053142-13.
    11.M. Koul, K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Thermo-chemical conversion of Kusum seed: A possible route to produce alternate fuel and chemicals. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 110 (2014) 291–296.
    12.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Production and characterization of pyrolytic oil by catalytic pyrolysis of Niger seed. Fuel 126 (2014) 109–115.
    13.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Comparison of yield and fuel properties of thermal and catalytic Mahua seed pyrolytic oil. Fuel 117 (2014) 372–380.
    14.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Thermal and catalytic pyrolysis of Karanja seed to produce liquid fuel. Fuel 115 (2014) 434–442.
    15.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Kinetic Study and Thermal Analysis of the Pyrolysis of Non-edible Oilseed Powders by Thermogravimetric and Differential Scanning Calorimetric Analysis. Renewable Energy 63 (2014) 337-344.
    16.2013
    K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, Characterization of non-conventional oil containing seeds towards the production of bio-fuel. J. Renewable Sustainable Energy 5 (2013) 033111-13.
    17.2012
    K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, Thermolysis of polanga seed cake to bio-oil using semi batch reactor. Fuel 97 (2012) 450–456.
    18.2011
    K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, Liquid fuel from castor seeds by pyrolysis. Fuel 90 (2011) 2538–2544.
    19.International conference Publications:

    K.P Shadangi and K Mohanty, Niger seed thermal pyrolysis: Characterization of aqueous phase pyrolytic liquid and char, International Conference on Sustainable Computing in Science, Technology & Management (SUSCOM-2019), Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India. February 26 - 28, 2019.
    20.Nivedita Patel, K.P. Shadangi, Removal of Sludge from Waste Engine oil using 1-Butanol: Optimization Using Response Surface Methodology, 3rd.International Conference on Recent Research and Innovation in Social Science, Humanities (ICRRISH-2018), Osmania University Centre for International Programme, University Campus, Telangana, India,held on 4th. Nov.ISBN: 978-93-87433-45-8.
    21.S. S. Mohapatra, K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, “ Fuel Properties and Composition Analysis of Sugarcane Bagasses Thermal Pyrolytic liquid” Accepted in International Conference on Engineering Technology, Science and Management Innovation (ICETSMI-2018) held at Mahratta Chamber of Commerce Industries & Agriculture,Pune on 22/0/2018. Paper id: MCCIA902.
    22.K.P Shadangi and K Mohanty, Bio-oil from Thermo-Catalytic Conversion of Non-Edible Oil Seeds. International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, 5: page-1-9; ISBN: 978-88-6265-085-4. Venice, Italy, Nov.17-20, 2014. Eurowaste publisher, International waste working group. Island of San. Servolo. Venice-Italy.
    23.K.P Shadangi and K Mohanty, Enhancing the fuel properties of Karanja seed pyrolytic oil through co-pyrolysis with waste polystyrene. International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, 5: page-1-9; ISBN: 978-88-6265-085-4. Venice, Italy, Nov.17-20, 2014. Eurowaste publisher, International waste working group. Island of San. Servolo. Venice-Italy.
    24.K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, “Conversion of Polanga (Calophyllum inophyllum) seeds to Bio oil” 1st International Conference on New Frontiers in Bio Fuels, Jan 18-19, 2010, Organized by Delhi Technological University, New Delhi, ISBN no.: 9788183713085, pp. 145-153.

    National Publications

    1.K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, “A Suitable Process for Production of Fuel Oil from Polanga seed” Twenty fifth National Convention of Chemical Engineers 9-10 October 2009, Organized by The Institute of Engineers (India) Cochin Local centre, Cochin pp. 17-24.
    2.Paper Presented in the Conferences: (Abstract published)

    K. P. Shadangi and R. K. Singh, “Production of Fuel oil By Slow Pyrolysis of Polanga Seed” All India Seminar on “ Development of Green Fuel for Energy Security & Environmental Protection” , Sept. 4-5,2009, Organized byThe Institution of Engineers (India), Indore Local Centre, Indore.
    3.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, “Study the effect of catalyst on pyrolysis of Mahua seed” National Conference on Recent Developments in Health, Hygiene and Environment. Defense Research Laboratory, Tezpur, Assam, 06- 08 November, 2012.
    4.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, “Pyrolysis: The possible root for Solid waste management” National Symposium on Solid Waste Management at IIT Guwahati, 6th. April, 2013.
    5.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, “Biomass production in India (sources and application) Special reference to Assam” Seminar on Empowering Assam from deficiency to abundance - Tapping Small Hydro, Biomass & Solar Potential. The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM). Assam Administrative Staff College - Guwahati – Assam 12th September 2013.
    6.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty, “Thermo chemical conversion of non-edible oil seeds into liquid transportation fuel”. Organized by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers. Chemcon 2013 held on 27-30 December 2013.
    7.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty. “Thermal and Catalytic Cracking of Non-Edible Oil Seeds to Liquid Fuel” 3rd National Conference on Recent Advances in Bio-energy research, held on Nov. 22-24, 2013 at SSS-NIRE, Kapurthala.
    8.K. P. Shadangi.“Study the Catalytic & Co-pyrolysis of Karanja Seed: Effect on The Fuel Properties & Composition of Pyrolytic oil”National Conference in Advance Materials (NCFAM-2019)held on 27 – 28 July 2019 at Veer SurendraSai University of Technology, Burla. Sambalpur, Odisha.
  • Books/ Chapter Published
    (2)

    1.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty. Thermal and catalytic cracking of non-edible oil seeds to liquid fuel. Recent Advances in Bioenergy Research Volume III, ISBN 978-81-927097-2-7 published by SSS-NIRE, pp. 49-56.
    2.K. P. Shadangi and K. Mohanty. Effect of Upgrading Techniques on fuelpropertiesand Composition of Bio-Oil, Advances in Biofeedstocks and Biofuels, Volume 3: Liquid Biofuel Production, (367–380) © 2019 Scrivener Publishing LLC.
  • Seminar/ Symposia/ Short term Course organized

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  • Extra Responsibility

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  • Other Informations

    Analytical Skills:
    1. Thermo-gravimetric Analysis (TGA)
    2. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
    3. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer (FTIR)
    4. Gas Chromatography- Mass Spectroscopy (GC-MS)
    5. High performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)
    6. UV-VIS Spectrophotometer
    7. BET surface area Analyzer
    8. SEM/EDX Analyzer
    9. Karl-Fischer Titrator, Rheometer & Rota evaporator
    Laboratory Developed:
    • Process Technology Lab.
    • Mass Transfer Lab.
    Equipment Designed:
    • Laboratory scale biomass and plastic pyrolyzer with and without flow of sweeping gas flow
    • Fixed bed laboratory scale equipment for waste water treatment
    Phd. Scholar Supervising on Projects:
    • Thermocatalytic conversion of Waste Engine Oil to Fuel and Chemical
    Editor of the Journals:
    1. International Journal of Renewable Energy and its Commercialization
    2. International Journal of Chemical and Molecular Engineering
    3. International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Processing
    4. Petroleum & Petrochemical Engineering Journal
    Reviewer of the Journals:
    1. Fuel (Elsevier Publication)
    2. Renewable energy (Elsevier Publication)
    3. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (Elsevier Publication)
    4. Journal of Oil Palm Research
    5. Journal of Chemistry (Hindawi Publication)
    External Examiner:
    • For Evaluating B. Tech and M. Tech Project Viva at GIET, Gunupur, Odisha May 2018.
    Board of Studies (BOS) Member:
    1. BOS member inthe Department ofChemical Engineering. GMR Institute of Technology, Rajam-Srikakulam District, AP. India.
    2. BOS member inthe Department of Chemical Engineering.GIET, Gunupur, Odisha.
    Invited Talk:

    Upgrading of Biomass Pyrolysis Oil Using Waste Polystyrene: A possible track for waste management and future fnergy, at National workshop on “Applications of Chemical Engineering in natural resources (ACHENRI)”(17th -21st July 2018) organized by department of chemical engineering Indira Gandhi Institute of Technology, Odisha, India.

    Patent Published:
    • R. K. Singh & K. P. Shadangi, Production of Fuel Oil from Polanga (Calophyllum inophyllum) Seeds, 1379/KOL/2010 A, INDIA.
    Workshop attended:
    1. TEQIP-III Sponsered Workshop on Large Scale Development Material Behaviour (LSDMB-2019), Organised by Department of Metallurgy and Material Engineering, VSS University of Technology, Burla from 10th to 14th. Feb.2019.
    2. QIP Short term course on Numerical Modelling of Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow is using Open FOAM, 26th -31st March 2018, Organized by Dept. Of Mechanical Engg. VSS University of Technology, Burla.
    3. QIP Short term course on Fundamentals and Applications of Nanomaterials, 26/12/2016 to 30/12/2016, Organized by National Institute Of Technical Teachers’ Training and Research, Kolkata.
    4. QIP Sponsored workshop on Management Capacity Enhancement A Technical Education Prospective, 29th. – 30th. January, 2016, Organized by TEQIP II VSS University of Technology, Burla.
    5. QIP Short term course on Surfactant Mediated Pollutant Removal Techniques, from 19-23 January 2016, Organized by Centre for Environment, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati.
    6. QIP Short term course on Advance Materials: Synthesis, Processing and Characterization and Applications from 7th.- 12 December, 2015, Organized by Dept. Of Mechanical Engg. VSS University of Technology, Burla,
    7. Workshop on quality management in technical education, 11th December, 2015, Organized By Centre For Distance and Continuing Education (CDCE) Sponsored By TEQIP CELL, Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla, Odisha.
    8. TEQIP-III Sponsered Workshop on New Trends in Renewable Energy and Environmental Sciences (NTREES-2018) Organised at Department of Chemical Engineering, Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla, Odisha From 23rd. To 27th. July. 2018.
  • Address for Communication

    Present Address : 
    Dr. Krushna Prasad Shadangi Assistant professor Department of Chemical Engg. V.S.S. University of Technology, Burla Sambalapur-768018 Odisha, India
      Permanent Address : 
    At/P.O./Dist.:- Puri Baseli Sahi, Tiadi Bagicha Puri-752001 Odisha. India
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