Vinod SrinivasanRichard and Barbara Nelson Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D. 2007, Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota
M.S. 2000, Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota
B. Tech 1998, Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay
University of Minnesota, 2016-present
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2013-2015
General Electric Global Research, 2012
Post-doc, University of California-Berkeley, 2008-2011
Vinod Srinivasan is interested in fluid and heat transport phenomena, particularly as applied to renewable energy systems. He is interested in novel ways to integrate research into teaching, as well as fostering diversity and inclusivity into the undergraduate research experience.
ME Impact Areas
Environment and Sustainability
- Boiling and evaporation heat transfer
- Flow instabilities and shear flow control
- Liquid atomization
- Heat transfer in particulate flows
- Gas turbine heat transfer
|Multiphase Transport Phenomena Laboratory||ME 473|
- Best Paper Award - Indian Ceramics Society
- Nampoothiri, K. N., Seshasayee, M. S., Srinivasan, V., Bobji, M. S., & Sen, P. (2018). Direct heating of aqueous droplets using high frequency voltage signals on an EWOD platform. Sensors and Actuators, B: Chemical, 273, 862–872.
- Pal, A, E. Joseph, V. Vadakkumbatt, N. Yadav, V. Srinivasan, H. J. Maris, and A. Ghosh, 2017. Collapse of Vapor-Filled Bubbles in Liquid Helium. Journal of Low Temperature Physics 188, (3-4) : 101-111.
- Khivsara, S., V. Srinivasan, and P. Dutta, 2016. Radiative heating of supercritical carbon dioxide flowing through tubes. Applied Thermal Engineering, 109, pp. 871-877.
- Sarkar, D., A. Jain, R. J. Goldstein and V. Srinivasan, 2016. A general approach to corrections for lateral conduction error in steady-state heat transfer measurements. International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 109, pp. 413-423.
- Chen, R.K., M.C. Lu, V. Srinivasan*, Z. Wang, H.H. Cho and A. Majumdar, 2009. Nanowires for enhanced boiling heat transfer. Nano Letters, 9( 2), pp. 548-553.