Kumaraguru College of Technology
Current Research Interest and Methods: 1. SCO2 power plant cycle - heat exchanger 2. CFD analysis of heat exchanger for the SCO2 power cycle. 3. Nanofluids for radiator application- Experimentation 4. Experiment and CFD analysis of hydrokinetic turbines. 5. Seed implanter- product development. Previous work: Worked on the design and development of gasoline homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engine, ECU Design. Spray diagnosis, Particle Image Velocimetry.
M Tech- Thermal power Engineering
Energy, Heat exchangers, Energy engineering, Internal Combustion Engines.
Interested in Battery development and BMS.
Preparation of Nanofluid and stability test
P. Abhishek, K. R. Raaj Kishore, B. Jeeva, S. Subbiah, and C. Uma Maheswari AIP Publishing
B. Jeeva, K. R. Raaj Khishorre, and P. Rahul Springer Nature Singapore
R. Gokula Krishnan, R. Prasanna, Y. Robin, B. Jeeva, and P. Rahul Springer Nature Singapore
B. Jeeva, P. Madhumitta, T. Saran, S. Balaji, R. Sanjai, and P. Senthamil Selvan AIP Publishing
B. Jeeva, S. Susilnath, K. Sidharth, and R. Riyas Ahamed AIP Publishing
B. Jeeva, R. Manivel, S. Susilnath, K. Sidharth, and R. Riyas Ahamed AIP Publishing
R. Manivel, M. Vignesh, M. Jagannathan, and B. Jeeva AIP Publishing
R. Balamurugan, B. Jeeva, and B. Aravindh AIP Publishing
Displacement of small granular particles during the flow process has been measured by laser speckle correlation with counting of pixel shifting technique. Speckle pattern velocimetry provides instant velocity measurements in a fluid flow. Micron size particles are seeded in the stream, which scatters laser light. With the help of cylindrical lens, a laser sheet designed to illuminate the particles in the measurement plane. CCD is placed perpendicular to the laser sheet to acquire sequential images of the illuminated flow field. The second image is recorded a short time later during which the seeds will have relocated due to the flow. The image pair develops a field of linear displacement vectors. This effort sorts out the ambiguity in direction of displacement by cross correlation. The displacement and velocity measurements are estimated by a novel counting of pixel shifting calculation method.
R. Balamurugan, R. Prakasam, B. Jeeva, T. Anupriyanka, and G. Shanmugavelayutham AIP Publishing
R. Balamurugan and B. Jeeva AIP Publishing
In this paper, a non-intrusive, unique optical measurement technique of seeding polystyrene granular beads image velocimetry has been described. The flows of seeded particles are illuminated by laser light and double frame-single exposure images are captured at a specified interval of time. Images are segmented into sub interrogation domain and cross correlation of images are evaluated by Fast Fourier Transform method. From the captured images, particle displacement is calculated and then magnitude of the velocity of micron size seeds in the plane is estimated. This technique is most suitable for high density concentration of seeded particles. Laser speckle velocimetry has wide range of pulse separation time and reduction of noise in the estimation of fluid velocity without directional ambiguity.
B. Jeeva and C.R. Rajashekar MAFTREE
This experimental study is focused on the significance of Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME) composition for usage of biodiesel in diesel engines. Karanja Oil Methyl Esters (KOME) from two different feed stocks were selected for the study. FAME composition was analysed by gas chromatography and physical, chemical properties were evaluated. KOME 30% blends with diesel were analysed for performance and Emission characteristics. The present work predicted that H30 sample 1 with higher unsaturation has resulted in higher peak pressure, higher NOx emissions, as compared to H30 sample 2 with lower unsaturation fatty acid methyl ester composition.
B Jeeva, Swapnil Awate, J Rajesh, Arindrajit Chowdhury, and Sreedhara Sheshadri IEEE
In this paper, hardware development, software coding using embedded C programming language for an Arduino ATMEGA microcontroller, calibration of electronic control unit (ECU) was tested for a research engine to control the fuel injection flow rate with respect to the suction top dead center (TDC) of the engine. The system could control the fuel flow rate with a variable reluctance sensor, an Arduino microcontroller and a solenoid operated injector in a closed loop domain with a varying pulse width modulator controlled exclusively by the engine operator. The injection flow rates were measured and calibrated with the calculated fuel flow rates for different equivalence ratios (Ø) of the engine. The results showed a very close match between the measured fuel flow rates after calibration and the calculated fuel flow rates at 1500 RPM. The gasoline mass flow rate error was reduced from 40% to 3.25% by compensating the ON/OFF time of the pulse width.
➢ Recipient of Summer Fellowship 2011 at IIT Madras from May 16 to July 15, 2011, in “Flow
Field Analysis of Velocity Data obtained using Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) in an
optical Test Rig” at Internal Combustion Engine Lab, IIT Madras.
➢ Recipient of Summer Faculty Research Fellowship 2019 at IIT Delhi from May 13 to June 25,
2019, in reviewing the heat exchangers technology for the supercritical CO2 power cycle.
B. Jeeva, S.P. Awate, A. Chowdhury, S. Sreedhara, “Compression-Ignition Internal Combustion
Engine Operating on Diesel or Gasoline”, Indian Patent Application No. 3787/MUM/2014,
Date of filing: 27/11/2014, Published date: June 3, 2016, Patent Number: 398756, grant
Done various consultancy tests using Gas chromatography, Bomb calorimeter, Thermal image camera etc.
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Industry experience: 5 Years in operation, maintenance, erection & commissioning of Power
Plants (Wartsila Engine, MAN B&W Engine, Pumps, Compressors, Waste Heat Recovery
Boilers, Heat exchangers, F.O Tanks, Fuel Oil System, Turbine driven pumps, commissioning
engineer in combined cycle cum cogeneration power plant), etc