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Dr Subrat Das
Dr. Subrat Das is currently a Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering, Deakin
University. His main areas of research are in mathematical modelling and experimental analysis of
industrial problems in mechanical engineering. He also worked as senior design engineer (FEA specialist)
for Rio Tinto Alcan (Comalco research centre) and involved with several cell design projects.
CareerSix Sigma (Green-Belt) from Rio Tinto Alcan
Master in Turbomachines
BE in Mechanical Engineering
Key publicationsDas S, Morsi YS, Brooks G, Chen JJJ, Yang W (2012) Principal characteristics of a bubble formation on a horizontal downward facing surface Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 411, 94-104
Das, S (2012) Convection in Fluid Overlying Porous Layer: An Application to Hall–He´roult Cell Materials Performance and Characterization 9, 1-22
Das, S., Brooks, G., Morsi, Y. (2011) Theoretical investigation of the inclined sidewall design on magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) forces in an aluminium electrolytic cell Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B 42 (1), 243-253
Das, S, Morsi, Y and Brooks, G (2011) Analysis of the current distribution in an aluminum electrolysis cell with copper collector-bar cathode assembly Proceedings of the 10th Australasian Aluminium Smelting Technology Conference,University of New South Wales, pp. 1-14.
Das, S, Morsi, Y, Brooks, G, Yang, W and C, J J. J. (2011) Experimental investigation of single bubble characteristics in a cold model of a Hall-Heroult electrolytic cell TMS Light Metals, San Diego, California, USA, 575-580.
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