Journals


  1. Deshpande, V., Eshpuniyani, B. and Sanghi, S., 2014, Computational study of supersonic flow past non-stationary obstructions part-I moving ramp, Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, In press.

  2. Deshpande, V., Eshpuniyani, B. and Sanghi, S., 2014, Computational study of supersonic flow past non-stationary obstructions part-II moving protrusion, Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, In press.

  3. Yahya S. M., Anwer, S.F. and Sanghi, S., 2013, Enhanced Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in a Channel Behind a Photovoltaic Panel in a Hybrid Photovoltaic/Thermal System, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, dx.doi.org/10.1021/ie402460n (in press).

  4. Arora, N., Gupta, A., Sanghi, S., Aono, H. and Shyy, W. 2014, Lift-drag and flow structures associated with the clap and fling motion, Physics of Fluids, Volume: 26 Issue: 7, Article Number: 71906, In press.

  5. Yahya S. M., Anwer, S.F. and Sanghi, S., 2013, Phenomenological and statistical analyses of turbulence in forced convection with temperature-dependent viscosity under non-Boussinesq condition, The European Physical Journal E 36 (10), 1-14.

  6. Dewan A., Gupt, D.P. and Sanghi S., 2013, Enhancement of heat transfer through jet impingement by using detached ribs, International Review of Mechanical Engineering, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 308-317.

  7. Qamar, A. and Sanghi, S., 2012, Aerodynamic characteristics of axisymmetric surface protuberance in supersonic regime, Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 6, No.3, 2012, pp. 313-335.

  8. Yahya, S.M., Anwer, S.F. and Sanghi, S., 2012, A conservative pressure-correction method on collocated grid for Low Mach number flows World 2, 253-261.

  9. Yahya, S.M., Anwer, S.F. and Sanghi, S., 2012, Performance of different SGS models of LES for low Mach number channel flow Procedia Engineering 38, 1192-1208.

  10. Deshpande, V., Sanghi, S. and Eshpuniyani, B., 2011, Computational Study of Supersonic Flow Over a Flat Plate with Protrusion Journal of Aerospace Science and Technologies 63 (4), pp.266-276.

  11. Qamar, A., Hasan, N. and Sanghi, S., 2010, A new spatial discretization strategy of the convective flux term for the hyperbolic conservation laws, Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol.4, No.4, 2010, pp. 593-611.

  12. Sanghi, S. and Hasan, N., 2010, Proper orthogonal decomposition and its applications, Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 6(1), pp. 120-128.

  13. Anwer, S. F., Hasan, N., Sanghi, S. and Mukherjee, S., 2009, Computation of unsteady flows with moving boundaries using body fitted curvilinear moving grids, Computers & Structures, 87 (11-12) pp. 691-700.

  14. Qamar, A. and Sanghi, S., 2009, Steady supersonic flow-field predictions using proper orthogonal decomposition technique, Computers & Fluids, 38 (6) pp. 1218-1231.

  15. KV Pagalthivarthi, JS Ravichandra, S Sanghi, PK Gupta, 2009, Wear Prediction in Fully Developed Multi-Size Particulate Flow in Horizontal Pipelines, The Journal of Computational Multiphase Flows 1 (3), 263-282.

  16. Singh, S., Mukherjee, S., Sanghi, S, 2008, Study of a self-impacting double pendulum, Journal of Sound and Vibration, 318 (4-5) pp. 1180-1196.

  17. Mishra A. A, Hasan N, Sanghi S., and Kumar, R., 2008, Two-dimensional buoyancy driven thermal mixing in a horizontally partitioned adiabatic enclosure , Physics of Fluids, Volume: 20 Issue: 6, Article Number: 063601, June 2008.

  18. Pagalthivarthi, K. V., Mittal, A., Ravichandra, J.S. and Sanghi, S., 2007, Prediction of pressure drop in multisize particulate pipe flow using correlation and neural network techniques, Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Volume 7, No. 7,, 2007, pp. 414-426.

  19. Hasan, Nadeem and Sanghi, Sanjeev, 2007, Proper Orthogonal Decomposition and Low-Dimensional Modelling of Thermally Driven Two-Dimensional Flow in a Horizontal Rotating Cylinder, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 573(2007), 265-295.

  20. Hasan, Nadeem and Sanghi, Sanjeev, 2007, On the role of Coriolis force in a two-dimensional thermally driven flow in a rotating enclosure, Journal of Heat Transfer, February 2007, Vol. 129, pp 179-87.

  21. Qamar, A., Hasan, N. and Sanghi, S., 2006, New scheme for the computation of compressible flows, AIAA Journal, Vol.44, No.5, May 2006, pp. 1025-39.

  22. Mishra A. A. and Sanghi, S., 2006, A study of the asymmetric waterwheel: The biased Lorenz equations. Chaos, 16, (1), March 2006), Art. No. 013114.

  23. Pagathivarthi, K.V., Ravichandra, J.S. & Sanghi, S., 2005, Multi-Size Particulate Flow in Horizontal Ducts: Modeling and Validation. Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Volume 5, No. 8,, 2005, pp. 466-481.

  24. Anwer, S.F., Hasan, N. and Sanghi, S., 2005. Study of unsteady flow past a circular cylinder using a new computational approach at the outflow boundary. Computational Solid and Fluid Mechanics, Third MIT conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, Cambridge, MA, USA, ed. Bathe, K.J., 14-17 June 2005, El sevier publications, pp. 572-577.

  25. Hasan, N., Anwar, S. F., and Sanghi, S., 2005, Natural convection in a bottom heated cylinder. Physics of Fluids, 17(6), June 2005, pp. 1-17.

  26. Hasan, N., Anwar, S. F. and Sanghi, S., 2004. On the outflow boundary condition for external incompressible flows: A new approach. J. Computational Physics, 206 (2005) pp.661-683.

  27. Hasan, N. and Sanghi, S., The dynamics of 2-D buoyancy driven convection in a horizontal rotating cylinder. Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 126, December 2004, pp. 963-984.

  28. Ravichandra, J. S., Pagalthivarthi, K.V., and Sanghi, S., 2004. Finite element study of multi-size particulate flow in horizontal pipes. Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Volume 4, No.6, 2004, pp. 299-308.

  29. Mukherjee, S. and Sanghi, S., 2004, Design of a six link mechanism for a micro air vehicle. Defence Science Journal, Vol. 54, No.3, July 2004, pp. 271-276.

  30. Sridhar, P. S. V. S., Pagalthivarthi, K.V., and Sanghi, S., 2003. Simulation of particle impact with a wedge in dilute two-phase flows. Defence Science Journal, Vol. 53, No. 2, April 2003, pp.199-204.

  31. Sanghi, S., Dube, G. P. & Dumir, P.C., 2002. Some reflections on the achievement level of B. Tech. (M.E. & C.E.) students in the area of applied mechanics and mathematics. The Indian Journal of Technical Education, Vol. 25, No. 1, 69-78.

  32. Sanghi S. and Aubry N., 1993. Mode-interaction models for near-wall turbulence. Journal of Fluid Mechanics., 247, 1993, pp. 455-88.

  33. Sanghi, S. & Aubry, N., 1991. Models for the structure and dynamics of near wall turbulence. Studies in turbulence: in recognition of contributions by John Lumley, pp. 190-206.

  34. Aubry, N. & Sanghi, S., 1989. Bifurcation and bursting of streaks in the turbulent wall layer. Turbulence 89: Organized Structures and Turbulence in Fluid Mechanics, pp. 227-251.

  35. Aubry, N. & Sanghi, S., 1989. Streamwise and spanwise dynamics in the turbulent wall layer. Forum on Chaotic Flow: Proceedings of 3rd joint ACSE-ASME mechanics conf., UCSD, La Jolla, 1989, pp. 110-118.


Sanjeev Sanghi | Department of Applied Mechanics | IIT Delhi | Hauz Khas, New Delhi - 110016 | E-mail : sanghi@am.iitd.ac.in