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Dr. Devendra Singh

Principal Scientist

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Research Interest

  • IC engine emissions, performance evaluations of engine lubricants, fuels alternative fuels through field trials, Alternative fuels for CI engine, steady-state and transient emissions analysis, Soot analysis, Design of experiments.

 

 

 

Work Experience

Principal Scientist CSIR Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun (August 2014 – Till now)
Senior Scientist CSIR Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun (August 2010 – August 2014)
Scientist CSIR Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun (August 2006 – August 2010)
Junior Scientist CSIR Indian Institute of Petroleum, Dehradun (August 2002 – August 2006)
Executive Trainee Hindustan Aeronautics LTD, Nasik (February 2002 – August 2002)
Lecturer College of Military Engineering, Pune (July 2001 – February 2002)
Trainee Kinetic Engineering LTD (May  2000 – March 2001)
 

Awards and Honours

  • Sponsorship from British Council for pursuing M.S (by research) from the University of Huddersfield, UK, under UK India education and research initiative (UKIERI DST) research award.
  • Awarded as the “best oral presenter” for the research paper “Emissions Characteristics of a Compression Ignition Engine Fueled with Microalgae and Jatropha Biodiesel – A Comparative Study” presented during International Conference on Environment and Energy (ICEE-2014)at Hyderabad, 15-17th, December 2014.

Selected Publications

  • Combustion and emission characteristics of a light-duty diesel engine fueled with hydro-processed renewable diesel
    Devendra Singh, K. A. Subramanian, Rajaram Bal, S P Singh, and R. Badola
    Energy, 2018;154:498-507, (IF 5.537 Thomsom Reuters)
  • A comprehensive review of combustion performance and emission characteristics of a compression ignition engine  fueled with hydro-processed renewable diesel
    Devendra Singh, K. A. Subramanian, and M. O. Garg
    Renewable and Sustainable Energy Review, 2018;81:2947-2954, (IF 10.556 Thomsom Reuters)
  • Determination of polycyclic Aromatic hydrocarbon in Biodiesel Exhaust From Jatropha curcas and Chlorella variables by Gas Chromatography with Flame Ionization Detection
    Devendra Singh, Pankaj kannaujjia , and B. Venapatapu
    Analytic Latters  2018;51:1204-1320 DOI 10.1080/00032719.1379530 (IF 1.206 Thomsom Reuters)
  • Investigating the Effect of fuel cetane number, oxygen, density and engine operating variables on NOX emissions of a heavy-duty diesel engine
    D Singh, and K. A. Subramanian
    Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy, 2017;36:214-221, DOI 10.1002/ep.12439, Wiley publication (IF 1.672)
  • Friction Reduction Capabilities of Silicate Compounds Used in an Engine Lubricant on Worn Surfaces
    Devendra Singh, GD Thakre, L N SivakumarKonathala, and V V D N Prasad
    Advances in Tribology, 2016, Article ID 1901493, 9 pages, Hindawi Publishing Corporation.https://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2016 /1901493
  • Transient Performance and Emission Characteristics of a Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine fueled with Microalgae Chlorella variables and Jatropha curcas Biodiesel
    Devendra Singh, S K Singal, M O Garg, P Maiti, Sandhya Mishra, and P K Ghose
    Energy conservation and Management, Elsevier, 2015;106:892-900 (IF 4.380)
  • Emission and Fuel Consumption Characteristics of a Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine fueled with Hydropropcesses Renewable Diesel and Biodiesel  
    Devendra Singh, K. A. Subramanian, and S K Singal,
    Energy conservation and Management, Elsevier, 2015;106:892-900 (IF 5.613)
  • Characterization and Identification of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Diesel Particulate Matter
    Devendra Singh, K. A. Subramanian, and S K Singal,
    Analytic Letters  2015;48:2303-2318. Taylor and Francis Group LLC DOI 10.1080/00032719.2015.102527 (IF 1.031)
  • Prediction and Analysis of Engine Friction Power of a Diesel Engine Influenced by Engine Speed, Load, and Lubricant Viscosity
    Devendra Singh, FengshouGu, John D Fieldhouse, Nishan Singh, and S K Singal,
    Advances in Tribology, 2014, Article ID 928015, 9 pages, Hindawi Publishing Corporation.https://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014 /928015
  • Fuel Economy of SI Vehicle Fueled by Ethanol/Gasoline Blends – Role of Engine Lubricant Viscosity
    Devendra Singh, M.K.Shukla, Y.R.Singh, Sath Pal Singh and, Nishan Singh
    SAE Paper 2013-01- 0051
  • Investigating the Effect of Operating Variables and Engine Lubricant Viscosity on Engine Friction A DOE Approach
    D Singh, J D Fieldhouse, A K Jain, M R Tyagi, and S K Singal
    SAE Paper no.2011 -28- 0052
  • Effect of Base Oil and Additives on Combustion Chamber and Intake Valve Deposits Formation in I.C. Engine
    R L Mendirattaand, Devendra Singh
    SAE Paper No. 2004 -28 -0089
  • India transitions to Bharat Stage VI fuels; N Viswanadham,Devendra Singh, Ajay K Gupta & Anjan Ray; April 2020 DEW JOURNAL;pg. 35-43

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Achievements

  • Award of UK India Education and research initiative (UKIERI DST) research award 2008 with grant–in aid of GBP 1.34 lakhs for a collaborative project on Nano material’s use in engine lubricant for better fuel efficiency between CSIR IIP, Dehradun and UoH, UK.
  • Award of Indo German collaborative project on Combustion and emissions characteristics of diesel from waste plastics between CSIR IIP, Dehradun and FAU Erlangen, Germany under CSIR BMBF joint research award 2015.
  • Successful completion of the consortium project on Material compatibility and emission performance measurement with ethanol-blended gasoline (E20), (Consortium members are ARAI, SIAM, IOC R&D, ACMA, and IIP) funded by DHI, New Delhi.
  • Guided two M.Tech students


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