Dr. Sateesh Gedupudi

Assistant Professor

Office Room No : 201, Heat Transfer and Thermal Power Lab
Tel: (O) : +91  44-2257 4721
Email : sateeshg@iitm.ac.in
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Dr. Sateesh Gedupudi received his PhD from Indian Institute of Technology Madras in 2007. He was a Research Assistant at Brunel University London from 2006 to 2007 and subsequently Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the same university from 2007 to 2010.

His current research interests focus on experimental investigation and modeling of flow boiling heat transfer and instabilities in mini/micro-channels, pool boiling heat transfer, heat exchangers, natural circulation loops and heat transfer in buildings.

Publications: Google Scholar

Selected Publications

  1. Akhil Dass, Sateesh Gedupudi, Stability analysis of a single phase rectangular coupled natural circulation loop system employing a Fourier series based 1-D model, Chemical Engineering Science, 247, 116900 (2022).
  2. Rishi Ramakrishnan L, Prasanna Jayaramu, Sateesh Gedupudi, Sarit K Das, Experimental investigation of the influence of boiling-induced ageing on high heat flux flow boiling in a copper microchannel, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 181, 121862 (2021).
  3. Ahmed Mohiuddin, Raamkumar Loganathan, Sateesh Gedupudi, Experimental investigation of flow boiling in rectangular mini/micro-channels of different aspect ratios without and with vapour venting membrane, Applied Thermal Engineering, 168, 114837 (2020).
  4. Shashwat Jain, Prasanna Jayaramu, Sateesh Gedupudi, Modeling of pressure drop and heat transfer for flow boiling in a mini/micro-channel of rectangular cross-section, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 140, 1029-1054 (2019).
  5. Karthik A Sabapathy, Sateesh Gedupudi, Straw bale based constructions: Measurement of effective thermal transport properties, Construction and Building Materials, 198, 182-194 (2019).                                                                                                                                                                           Natural and Environment-Friendly Thermal Insulation for Buildings