Satish G. Kandlikar

Microsystems Engineering Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY, United States 
General Engineering
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Kandlikar SG. (2016) Mechanistic Considerations for Enhancing Flow Boiling Heat Transfer in Microchannels Journal of Heat Transfer. 138
Jaikumar A, Kandlikar SG. (2016) Pool boiling enhancement through bubble induced convective liquid flow in feeder microchannels Applied Physics Letters. 108
Koz M, Kandlikar SG. (2016) Oxygen transport resistance at gas diffusion layer - Air channel interface with film flow of water in a proton exchange membrane fuel cell Journal of Power Sources. 302: 331-342
Raghupathi PA, Kandlikar SG. (2016) Bubble growth and departure trajectory under asymmetric temperature conditions International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 95: 824-832
Li Z, Kandlikar SG. (2015) Current status and future trends in data-center cooling technologies Heat Transfer Engineering. 36: 523-538
Kalani A, Kandlikar SG. (2015) Combining liquid inertia with pressure recovery from bubble expansion for enhanced flow boiling Applied Physics Letters. 107
Shah MM, Kandlikar SG. (2015) Water emergence from the land region and water-sidewall interactions in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell gas channels with microgrooves Journal of Power Sources. 297: 127-139
Banerjee R, Kandlikar SG. (2015) Two-phase flow and thermal transients in proton exchange membrane fuel cells - A critical review International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 40: 3990-4010
Kalani A, Kandlikar SG. (2015) Flow patterns and heat transfer mechanisms during flow boiling over open microchannels in tapered manifold (OMM) International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 89: 494-504
Kalani A, Kandlikar SG. (2015) Effect of taper on pressure recovery during flow boiling in open microchannels with manifold using homogeneous flow model International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. 83: 109-117
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