Name:Mr. Prashanth. S. P

Desigantion:Assistant Professor

Qualification:M.Tech(NITK Surathkal)



Mr. Prashanth S P is Assistant Professor at department of Mechanical Engineering, Presidency University, Bengaluru joined in the month of August 2015 and pursuing. He graduated mechanical engineering in the year 2010 from Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore. He joined Apollo tires limited, Gujarat in the year 2011 and worked as Executive engineering – Quality control department for two years. Later he joined NITK Surathkal as research intern in the year 2012 under Dr. Satyabhama, later pursued M.Tech by Research under DST project in the year 2013 and completed the same in the year 2015. His research and academic interests are Pool boiling heat transfer, IC engines, Fluid mechanics and Theory of machines.
Member of DAC, Member of BoS. IC for workshop lab, IC for computer aided machine drawing.
Fluid Mechanics, Basics of Thermodynamics, Applied Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass transfer, Kinematics of Machines, Computer Aided Machine Drawing using CATIA.
Publications:
International Journal
  • A Sathyabhama, S. P. Prashanth, “Bubble dynamics and boiling heat transfer from a vibrating heated source”, ELK Asia Pacific Journal of Applied Thermal Engineering, 3(1) 2017
  • Sathyabhama, A., Prashanth S. P., “Effect of surface vibration on boiling heat transfer from a copper flat circular disc” Journal of Enhanced heat transfer, 23(4):299–314 (2016)
  • Sathyabhama A, Prashanth S P, “Enhancement of boiling heat transfer using surface vibration”, Heat transfer asian research, Wiley Publication, 46(1) 2017, pp: 49-60 DOI: 10.1002/htj.21197 DOI: 10.2298/TSCI0803045S

International Conference
1. Sathyabhama A, Prashanth S P “Experimental Investigation on Boiling Heat Transfer Coefficient Enhancement Using Grooves for Cooling of Electronic Devices”, Proc. of 14th IEEE ITHERM conference held during May 27-30, 2014 at Orlando, FL, USA pp:466-474.
Pool boiling heat transfer.
Key Skills:
CAD Tools- CATIA, AutoCAD, Solid edge and Solid works.
Analysis Tools/Simulation Tools- ANSYS.
Programming/Scripting Languages- MATLAB.
Standards- ASTM, ASME and GD & T.