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Dr. Parag N. Sutar

Dr. Parag N. Sutar

Name:Dr. Parag N. Sutar
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification:

  • Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering), 2013
  • M. Chem. (Chemical Engineering), 2009
  • B.E. (Chemical Engineering), 2007

Overview of Profile:

  • Dr. Parag N. Sutar holds a doctoral degree in the topic “Studies in Gas Purification”. His research work is based on kinetics and equilibrium studies on CO2 absorption using novel amine absorbents. His previous research work includes the study of kinetics of steam reforming of glycerol using Pt/C catalyst. He has an experience of teaching computational subjects related to modeling and simulation.

Fore Front Area of Research: Chemical Reaction Engineering
Email id (College only): pnsutar@mitaoe.ac.in
Contact no: 020-30253500 (Ext. 1065)

Experience (in years) Teaching, Industry and Research: Teaching: 2 Years, Research: 2 Years

 

Awards and Achievements

  • O. P. Narula Best M. Chem. Engg. Thesis Award, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, 2009-10.
  • Best Teacher Award, Chemical Engineering Department, Thadomal Shahani Engineering College, Mumbai, 2015-16.

Research / Patents / Publications

Journals

  • Glycerol-Reforming Kinetics using a Pt/C catalyst Parag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya, Alirio E. Rodrigues Chemical Engineering and Technology (2010), Vol. 33(10), pp. 1645-1649.
  • Secondary amines for CO2 capture: A kinetic investigation using N-ethyl monoethanolamine Parag N. Sutar, Abhinav Jha, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig Chemical Engineering Journal (2012), Vol. 207-208, pp. 718-724.
  • Activated DEEA solutions for CO2 capture: A study of equilibrium and kinetic characteristics Parag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig Chemical Engineering Science (2013), Vol. 100, pp. 234-241.

International Conferences

  • CO2 separation using activated DEMEA solutions Parag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig Poster Presentation at 8th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE) September 25-29, 2011, Berlin, Germany.
  • Secondary amines for CO2 capture: A kinetic investigation using N-ethyl monoethanolamine Parag N. Sutar, Abhinav Jha, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig Poster Presentation at 22nd International Symposium on Chemical Reaction Engineering (ISCRE 22) September 2-5, 2012, Maastricht, The Netherlands.
  • Activated DEEA solutions for CO2 capture: A study of equilibrium and kinetic characteristics Parag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig Oral presentation at GLS-11, a special symposium at the 9th World Congress of Chemical Engineering (WCCE 9) August 18-23, 2013, Seoul, South Korea
  • Toward CO2 capturing using aqueous DEMEA/MEA, DEMEA/DEA and DEMEA/PZ/Sulfolane mixtures Parag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya, Eugeny Y. Kenig Oral presentation at 12th International Conference on Gas-Liquid and Gas-Liquid- Solid Reactor Engineering (GLS-12). June 28-July 1, 2015, New York, United States.

National Conference

Journals

  • Kinetics of CO2 removal using activated N,N-Diethyl monoethanolamine solutionsParag N. Sutar, Prakash D. Vaidya Oral presentation at CHEMCON 2011, 64th annual session of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE)December 27-29, 2011, Bangalore, Karnataka.