Sayangdev Naha, Ph.D.

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Engineering Science and Mechanics ADA Technologies 
Area:
flame synthesis of carbonaceous nano particles
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Ishwar K. Puri grad student 2008 Virginia Tech
 (Growth model, synthesis of carbon nanostructures and alteration of surface properties using them.)
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Lamp JL, Guest JS, Naha S, et al. (2011) Flame synthesis of carbon nanostructures on stainless steel anodes for use in microbial fuel cells Journal of Power Sources. 196: 5829-5834
Naha S, Puri IK. (2008) A model for catalytic growth of carbon nanotubes Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics. 41
Banerjee S, Naha S, Puri IK. (2008) Molecular simulation of the carbon nanotube growth mode during catalytic synthesis Applied Physics Letters. 92
Naha S, Sen S, De AK, et al. (2007) A detailed model for the flame synthesis of carbon nanotubes and nanofibers Proceedings of the Combustion Institute. 31: 1821-1829
Naha S, Sen S, Puri IK. (2007) Flame synthesis of superhydrophobic amorphous carbon surfaces Carbon. 45: 1702-1706
Naha S, Puri IK. (2007) Flame synthesis of amorphous carbon nanobeads and their hydrophobicity 5th Us Combustion Meeting 2007. 6: 3317-3325
Naha S, Puri IK. (2007) Modeling of carbon nanotube growth by flame synthesis Fall Technical Meeting of the Eastern States Section of the Combustion Institute 2007 "Chemical and Physical Processes in Combustion". 232-240
Naha S, Puri IK. (2006) Modeling of structure and growth rate of carbon nanotubes in flame synthesis American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Heat Transfer Division, (Publication) Htd
Naha S, Briones AM, Aggarwal SK. (2005) Effect of fuel blends on pollutant emissions in flames Combustion Science and Technology. 177: 183-220
Naha S, Aggarwal SK. (2004) Fuel effects on NOx emissions in partially premixed flames Combustion and Flame. 139: 90-105
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