Dr V. Chintala

Dr. Venkateswarlu Chintala

Professor (DOJ - 02.01.2016, Regular)

B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering), Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh

M.E. (Industrial Engineering and Management), SGSITS College of Technology & Science, Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering), IIT Delhi

Area of Specialization:

Renewable energy technologies; Solar thermochemical pyrolysis of biomass materials, Waste to Energy conversion, Internal combustion engines; Hydrogen Energy use in Engines, Thermal Engineering

Awards

Received "Smt. Vijay Sodhi Research Award" from IIT Delhi in 2017

Research & Publication:

1. Chintala V. Production, upgradation and utilization of solar assisted pyrolysis fuels from biomass – A technical review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2018;90:120-30. (Impact Factor: 10.556)
2. Chintala V, Kumar S, Pandey JK. A technical review on waste heat recovery from compression ignition engines using organic Rankine cycle. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2018 1//;81, Part 1:493-509. (Impact Factor: 10.556)
3. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. A comprehensive review on utilization of hydrogen in a compression ignition engine under dual fuel mode. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2017;70:472-91. (Impact Factor: 10.556)
4. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. An effort to enhance hydrogen energy share in a compression ignition engine under dual-fuel mode using low temperature combustion strategies. Applied Energy. 2015;146:174-83. (Impact Factor: 7.9)
5. V Chintala, Ghodke P, Phadtare S, Tadpatrikar M, Pandey JK, Kumar S. A comparative assessment of single cylinder diesel engine characteristics with plasto-oils derived from municipal mixed plastic waste. Energy Conversion and Management. 2018;166:579-89. (Impact Factor: 7.181)
6. Chintala V, Kumar S, Pandey JK, Sharma AK, Kumar S. Solar thermal pyrolysis of non-edible seeds to biofuels and their feasibility assessment. Energy Conversion and Management. 2017;153:482-92. (Impact Factor: 7.181)
7. Chintala V, Kumar S, Pandey JK. Assessment of performance, combustion and emission characteristics of a direct injection diesel engine with solar driven Jatropha biomass pyrolysed oil. Energy Conversion and Management. 2017;148:611-22. (Impact Factor: 7.181)
8. Chintala, V., et al., Hydrogen rich exhaust gas recirculation (H2EGR) for performance improvement and emissions reduction of a compression ignition engine. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2019. (Impact Factor: 4.229)
9. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. CFD analysis on effect of localized in-cylinder temperature on nitric oxide (NO) emission in a compression ignition engine under hydrogen-diesel dual-fuel mode. Energy. 2016;116, Part 1:470-88. (Impact Factor: 4.520)
10. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. Experimental investigation of hydrogen energy share improvement in a compression ignition engine using water injection and compression ratio reduction. Energy Conversion and Management. 2016;108:106-19. (Impact Factor: 7.181)
11. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. Experimental investigations on effect of different compression ratios on enhancement of maximum hydrogen energy share in a compression ignition engine under dual-fuel mode. Energy. 2015;87:448-62. (Impact Factor: 4.520)
12. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. Hydrogen energy share improvement along with NOx (oxides of nitrogen) emission reduction in a hydrogen dual-fuel compression ignition engine using water injection. Energy Conversion and Management. 2014;83:249-59. (Impact Factor: 7.181)
13. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. Assessment of maximum available work of a hydrogen fueled compression ignition engine using exergy analysis. Energy. 2014;67:162-75. (Impact Factor: 4.520)
14. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. A CFD (computational fluid dynamics) study for optimization of gas injector orientation for performance improvement of a dual-fuel diesel engine. Energy. 2013;57:709-21. (Impact Factor: 4.520)
15. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. Experimental investigation of autoignition of hydrogen-air charge in a compression ignition engine under dual-fuel mode. Energy. 2017;138(Supplement C):197-209. (Impact Factor: 4.520)
16. Ramesh V. K, V. Chintala, and S. Kumar, Recent developments, challenges and opportunities for harnessing solar renewable energy for thermal Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 2019: p. 1-18. (Impact Factor: 0.894)
17. Pandey, S., S. Bhurat, and V. Chintala, Combustion and emissions behaviour assessment of a partially premixed charge compression ignition (PCCI) engine with diesel and fumigated ethanol Energy Procedia 2019. 160: p. 590–596.
18. Shasank Pal, V Chintala et. al., Effect of injection timing on performance and emission characteristics of single cylinder diesel engine running on blends of diesel and waste plastic fuels. Materials Today: Proceedings, 2019. 17: p. 209-215.
19. Karn, A., V. Chintala, and S. Kumar, An investigation into sky temperature estimation, its variation, and significance in heat transfer calculations of solar cookers. Heat Transfer-Asian Research, 2019.
20. Bhurat, S.S., Shyam Pandey, V Chintala; Experimental study on performance and emissions characteristics of single cylinder diesel engine with ethanol and biodiesel blended fuels with diesel. Materials Today: Proceedings, 2019. 17: p. 220-226.
21. Mondal S, Mondal AK, Chintala V, Tauseef SM, Kumar S, Pandey JK. Thermochemical pyrolysis of biomass using solar energy for efficient biofuel production: a review. Biofuels. 2018:1-10.
22. Khan K, Kumar G, Sharma AK, Kumar PS, Mandal C, Chintala V. Performance and emission characteristics of a diesel engine using complementary blending of castor and karanja biodiesel. Biofuels. 2016:1-8.
23. Chintala V, Subramanian KA. Experimental investigation on effect of enhanced premixed charge on combustion characteristics of a direct injection diesel engine. International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics. 2014;6(1-2):3-16.
24. Subramanian KA, Chintala V. Reduction of GHGs emissions in a biodiesel fueled diesel engine using hydrogen ASME 2013 Internal Combustion Engine Fall Technical Conference; October 13-16; Dearborn, Michigan: Paper No. ICEF2013-19133, doi:10.1115/ICEF2013-19133; 2013.
25. Chintala V, Birru AK. Integrated Quality Function Deployment as a Tool for Quality Achievement in Healthcare. International Journal of Applied Industrial Engineering. 2012;1(2):80-92.
26. Chintala V., and A.K. Birru, AHP-QFD Framework for a Healthcare Service Quality. International Journal of Business Review and Manufacturing Management, 2011;1(2):8-16.
27. Chintala, V and A.K. Birru. Cascade of three phased QFD integrated with AHP. Industrial Engineering Journal 2012;5(10):7-10. (ISSN: 0970-2555)
28. A. K. Birru, P. Uday Bhanu and V. Chintala. Knowledge management approach to enhance quality in healthcare. Industrial Engineering Journal. 2013;6(4):7-8. (ISSN: 0970-2555)

Books

Chintala V. Second and Third Generation of Feedstocks: The evolution of biofuels. In: Basile A, Dalena F, editors. Second and Third Generation of Feedstocks:: The evolution of biofuels: Elsevier; 2019. p. 599-619.

International Conference:

1. V. Chintala, Sagar K, Amit K Sharma, Chandan K, Suresh Kumar, Narain Khatri, and Subhash Lahane; Direct Utilization of Raw bio-gas in a Compression Ignition Engine under Dual Fuel Mode, 25th National Conference on I.C. Engines and Combustion (NCICEC) 2017, NIT Surtkal, Paper ID: 25NCICEC191
2. Navgire M., Subhash Lahane, S. Kaleemuddin, Sandip Chaudhari, V. Chintala, D. B. Lata; Performance Improvement and Emission Reduction of Single Cylinder Naturally Aspirated Diesel Engine to Meet BS IV Emission Standards; 25th National Conference on I.C. Engines and Combustion (NCICEC) 2017, NIT Surtkal, Paper ID: 25NCICEC052
3. V. Chintala, Suresh Kumar, J.K. Pandey, Amit K Sharma; Solar Thermal Pyrolysis of Jatropha Biomass for Automotive Fuel Production; International conference on Nano in Energy and Water NEW-2017, UPES, Dehradun, 2017 (Poster presentation)
4. Amit Kumar Sharma, Shailley Singhal, J.K. Pandey, V. Chintala; Biofuel production from Chlorella spp. grown in dairy waste water under outdoor conditions; International conference on Nano in Energy and Water NEW-2017, UPES, Dehradun, 2017 (Poster presentation)
5. Suneet, Sumeet Shukla , Sachin Agrawal, Yashdeep Singh , Amit kumar Sharma, V. Chintala; Solar thermal pyrolysis of algae biomass for pyrolysed Oil production and its feasibility assessment as fuel candidate; 70th Annual Session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, CHEMCON-2017, Haldia Institute of Technology, West Bengal.
6. K. A. Subramanian and V. Chintala. Reduction of GHGs emissions in a biodiesel fueled diesel engine using hydrogen. Proceedings of the ASME 2013 Internal Combustion Engine Fall Technical Conference (ICEF2013), October 13-16, 2013, Dearborn, Michigan. Paper No. ICEF2013-19133.
7. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Effect of Gas Injector Orientation on Mixture Formation of Intake Air with Injected CNG and Hydrogen in a Dual Fuel Diesel Engine. Proceedings of 8th International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants (ISFL), March 5-7, 2012, New Delhi, India. Paper No. ISFL2012-073.
8. K. A. Subramanian and V. Chintala. GHG Emissions Reduction in a Diesel Engine using Hydrogen. Proceedings of the International Conference on Alternative Fuels for I. C. Engines (ICAFICE), February 6-8, 2013, Jaipur, India. Paper No. IC-090.
9. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Effect of Water Addition on Hydrogen Energy Share, Combustion and Emission Characteristics of Hydrogen Fueled Dual Fuel Diesel Engine. Proceedings of 9th International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants (ISFL), April 15-17, 2014, New Delhi, India. Paper No. A010.
10. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Experimental Investigation on Performance, Emission, and Combustion Characteristics of a Hydrogen Dual-fuel Engine with different Pilot Fuels. Proceedings of 9th International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants (ISFL), April 15-17, 2014, New Delhi, India. Paper No. A012.
11. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Control strategy of HC and CO emissions reduction of a CNG fuelled dual-fuel engine using hydrogen. Proceedings of the International Conference on Alternative Fuels for I. C. Engines (ICAFICE), February 6-8, 2013, Jaipur, India. Paper No. IC-035.
12. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Experimental Investigation on Enhancement of Hydrogen Energy Share along with NOx Emission Reduction in a Hydrogen Dual Fuel Engine using Timed Manifold Water Injection. Proceedings of 23rd NCICEC-2013, 13th to 16th December, 2013, Surat, India. Paper No. 2013NCICEC0324.
13. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Zero Hydrocarbon (HC), Carbon monoxide (CO), and Near Zero Smoke Emissions in a Biodiesel Fueled Compression Ignition Engine using Hydrogen. Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Recent Advances in Bio-Energy Research (ICRABR 2015), 14-17 March, 2015, Punjab, India. Paper No. CC54.
14. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. Comprehensive Analysis of Combustion Characteristics of a Hydrogen Fuelled Diesel Engine under Dual Fuel Mode. 24th National Conference on I.C. Engines and Combustion (NCICEC-2015), The Combustion Institute-Indian Section (CIIS), 30th Oct.-1st Nov. 2015, Dehradun, India. Paper No. UPES/NCICEC/0055
15. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. An Experimental Investigation on Hydrogen Utilization in an Automotive Diesel Engine under Dual Fuel Mode. 24th National Conference on I.C. Engines and Combustion (NCICEC-2015), The Combustion Institute-Indian Section (CIIS), 30th Oct.-1st Nov. 2015, Dehradun, India. Paper No. UPES/NCICEC/0066
16. V. Chintala and K. A. Subramanian. A Control Strategy for CO2 and Smoke Emissions Reduction along with Fuel Economy Improvement in a Direct Injection Diesel Engine with Hydrogen. Proceedings of 10th International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants (ISFL), April 18-20, 2016, New Delhi, India. Paper ID No. 57.
17. V. Chintala, G. V. Swamy and B. Anil. Prospects of GSHP (Ground Source Heat Pump) Technologies in India. Proceedings of the International Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering, Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute University, 2011, Chennai, India.
18. V. Chintala, G. S. Sharma, A. R. Chinna. Energy and Exergy Analysis of Solar Water Heater. Proceedings of the National Conference on Emerging Technologies in Electronics, 2010, Mechanical & Computer Engineering, Indore, India.
19. B. Varghese and V. Chintala. Low Cost Solar Water Heater. Proceedings of the National Conference TECHNOLOGIA 2010, MPCCET, Bhilai, India.
20. A. R. Chinna and V. Chintala. Customer-Driven Product Improvement through QFD. Proceedings of the National conference on Emerging trends in Engineering and Technology, 2009, Indore, India.
21. V. Chintala and Elisala Anil. Comprehensive Review of QFD. Proceedings of the National conference on Innovative Trends in Automotive Sector-AUTO INNOVATION… the sixth gear. The Institution of Engineers (India) & Department of Automobile Engineering, 2008, Bhopal, India.
22. V. Chintala and Elisala Anil. Promoting Clinical Quality Improvement and Enhancing Patient Satisfaction by Quality Function Deployment in Hospital. Proceedings of the National Conference on Recent Developments & Futuristic Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 2007, Gwalior, India.
23. V. Chintala and Anil B. Lean Manufacturing Implementation in an Educational Institute and in a Hospital. Proceedings of the National Conference on Recent Developments & Futuristic Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 2007, Gwalior, India.
24. Anil B. and V. Chintala. Benchmarking in Competitive Industrial Environment. Proceedings of the National Conference on Recent Developments & Futuristic Trends in Mechanical Engineering, 2007, Gwalior, India.

Patents

1. A Solar Assisted Pyrolysis Cavity Reactor; V Chintala, Suresh Kumar, J K PandeyPatent No. 201911014163 (Published)
2. A portable vehicle washing system; V Chintala, K Ranjit, Surajit Mondol, JK Pandey201811010242 A (Published)
3. A twin cycle engine; V Chintala, Ishan Deopa; Hanoor Sidhu 201911018895 ( Published)
4. Development of a multi-hole auto swirl type fuel injector for diesel engines;
V. Chintala, Ravi Ranjan; E-3/775/2015-DEL (Published)
5. A system for NOx (Nitrogen Oxides) emission after-treatment for automotive diesel engines ; V. Chintala, Ravi Ranjan; E-2/242/2015-DEL (Published)

Projects

  1. Feasibility of harnessing concentrated solar thermal energy to produce and store pyrolysed biofuels for automotive engine application, DST, New Delhi; 42.85 Lakh Grant.
  2. Emerging Biofuel Sector as a Green Alternative: A Legal, Regulatory and Policy Framework on the Adoption and Promotion of Biofuels in India: PLR Chambers, New Delhi; 4 Lakhs Grant.
  3. Conversion of waste sewage sludge to wealth via hydrolysis / methanogenesis and pyrolysis; R&D, UPES.
  4. Development of Pre-mixed Charge Compression Ignition Engine (PCCI) operating on Variable Compression ratio with vaporized diesel, R&D, UPES.
  5. Experimental and computational investigation of combustion and emission characteristics of producer gas engine; R&D, UPES.

PhD Supervision

S.No.

Student name

Thesis Title

Status

Supervision

1

Ramesh VK Nair

Energy & exergy analysis of enclosed trough

parabolic thermal collectors used for solar thermal EOR

Synopsis

accepted

Supervisor

2

Ashish Sharma

Exploring Feasibility of Renewable Energy Technologies for Indian Defense Establishments

Synopsis

accepted

Supervisor

3

Amarnath Bose

 

Exergy Analysis of a Biomass based Steam Power Plant

Synopsis

accepted

Supervisor

4

Swapnil S Bhurat

Development of Pre-mixed Charge Compression Ignition Engine (PCCI) operating on Variable Compression ratio with vaporized diesel

Synopsis

accepted

Co-Supervisor

5

Khushboo Bhurat

Fermentative hydrogen and biogas production using lignocellulosic biomass

Synopsis

accepted

Co-Supervisor

6

Prashant Shukla

Development of low cost and efficient Municipal solid waste separation system

Synopsis

accepted

Co-Supervisor

Peer Reviewer 

  • Energy (Elsevier)
  • Applied Energy (Elsevier)
  • Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (Elsevier)
  • Int. J. of Hydrogen Energy (Elsevier)
  • Energy Conversion Management (Elsevier)
  • Applied Thermal Engineering (Elsevier)
  • Alexandria Engineering Journal (Elsevier)
  • Journal of Thermal Science (Springer)
  • Biofuels (Taylor & Francis)
  • Cogent Engineering (Taylor & Francis)

Professional Membership 

  1. Life member of The Combustion Institute-Indian Section; Life Membership Number: LMC-1248.
  2. Member of International Association of Hydrogen Energy-IITD Chapter; Membership Number: IAHE-IITD -13-03.
  3. Member of SAE India, Membership Number: 170549750