Dr. Umesh  B. Deshannavar

Dr. Umesh B. Deshannavar

Professor
K.L.E. Societys College of Engineering and Technology, Belgaum, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia

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Biography

Dr Umesh B. Deshannavar is Professor in Department of Chemical Engineering at KLE DR. M. S. Sheshgiri College of Engineering and Technology, Belgaum, Karnataka, (KLEDRMSSCET) India. He did his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Chemical Engineering at Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP), Malaysia in the year 2011. He was recipient of Graduate Assistantship and Research Assistantship at UTP. During his PhD studies he has also worked as research officer for the project entitled “Optimization of Energy Recovery in Crude Preheat Train: Development of Fouling Mitigation Suite” (Petroleum Research Fund Project) with Dr. Marappagounder Ramasamy. Dr. Deshannavar has published 13 papers in national and international journals, and presented 12 papers in national and international conferences. He is a registered guide / supervisor at Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belgaum and guiding 5 PhD scholars under the same university. He has also served as member, Board of Examiners (BoE) and Board of Studies (BoS), member - Ph.D. / M.Sc. (Engg.) research registration expert committee at VTU, Belgaum. He has joined KLEDRMSSCET, Belgaum as Lecturer in the year 2002, promoted as Assistant Professor in the year 2011 and as Associate Professor in 2012. He is working as Professor since the beginning of 2013. He is also institute accreditation and student project coordintor.

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Physical Structure
62%
Biomedical Engineering
90%
Chemical Engineering
75%
Material Engineering
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Patil, P.S., U.B. Deshannavar, S.S. Kagale and A.P. Karve, 2019. Nutritional analysis of Sugarcane-Papaya wine. Int. J. Innov. Technol. Exp. Eng., 8: 496-498.
  2. Deshannavar, U.B. and M. Ramasamy, 2019. A model to determine maximum heat flux under forced convective heat transfer regime for crude oil fouling studies. Applied Ther. Eng., 156: 485-493.
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  3. Patil, R.A. and U.B. Deshannavar, 2018. To Study the effect of mechanical comminution on lignin percentage and calorific value of dry sugar cane leaves. Mater. Today Proc., 5: 18135-18141.
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  4. Muhammad, A., S. Abbas, A. Shafeeq, H.A.M.A.D. AL-Turaif, A.A. Taimoor, A. M. Ali and U. Deshannavar, 2018. Synthesis and characterization of pentaerythritol phthalic anhydride resin from soybean oil. Asian J. Chem., 30: 572-574.
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  5. Malade, L.V. and U.B. Deshannavar, 2018. Decolorisation of reactive red 120 by hydrodynamic cavitation. Mater. Today Proc., 5: 18400-18409.
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  6. Deshannavar, U.B., P.G. Hegde, Z. Dhalayat, V. Patil and S. Gavas, 2018. Production and characterization of agro-based briquettes and estimation of calorific value by regression analysis: An energy application. Mater. Sci. Energy Technol., 1: 175-181.
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  7. Patil, R.A. and U.B. Deshannavar, 2017. Dry sugarcane leaves: Renewable biomass resources for making briquettes. Int. J. Eng. Res. Tech., 10: 232-235.
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  8. Malade, L.V. and U.B. Deshannavar, 2017. A review on Application of Cavitational reactors for degradation of dye waste water from textile industries. Int. J. Eng. Res. Technol., 10: 222-226.
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  9. Deshannavar, U.B., B.G. Katageri, M. El-Harbawi, A. Parab and K. Acharya, 2017. Fly ash as an adsorbent for the removal of reactive blue 25 dye from aqueous solutions: Optimization, kinetic and isotherm investigations. Proc. Estonian Acad. Sci., 66: 300-308.
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  10. Shetty, N., U.B. Deshannavar, R. Marappagounder and R. Pendyala, 2016. Improved threshold fouling models for crude oils. Energy, 111: 453-467.
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  11. Ratnamala, G.M., U.B. Deshannavar, S. Munyal, K. Tashildar, S. Patil and A. Shinde, 2016. Adsorption of reactive blue dye from aqueous solutions using sawdust as adsorbent: Optimization, kinetic, and equilibrium studies. Arabian J. Sci. Eng., 41: 333-344.
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  12. Deshannavar, U.B., P.B. Kalburgi, S.I. Sangolli, S. Shinde and S. Chougule, 2016. Bengal gram seed husk an adsorbent for removal of reactive blue 25 dye from aqueous solution. Asian J. Chem., 28: 1074-1078.
  13. Deshannavar, U.B., G.M. Ratnamala, P.B. Kalburgi, M. El-Harbawi, A. Agarwal, M. Shet and P. Bhandare, 2016. Optimization, kinetic and equilibrium studies of Disperse yellow 22 dye removal from aqueous solutions using Malaysian teak wood sawdust as adsorbent. Indian Chem. Eng., 58: 12-28.
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  14. Parpalliwar, J.P., P.S. Patil, I.D. Patil and U.B. Deshannavar, 2015. Extraction of Silver from waste x-ray films using protease enzyme. Int. J. Adv. Biotechnol. and Res., 6: 220-226.
  15. Kalburgi, P.B., R.N. Shareefa and U.B. Deshannavar, 2015. Development and evaluation of BOD–DO model for River Ghataprabha near Mudhol (India), using QUAL2K. I. J. Eng. Manufact., 1: 15-25.
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  16. Kalburgi, P.B., R. Jha, C.S.P. Ojha and U.B. Deshannavar, 2015. Evaluation of re-aeration equations for river Ghataprabha, Karnataka, India and development of refined equation. Environ. Technol., 36: 79-85.
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  17. Ramasamy, M. and U.B. Deshannavar, 2014. Effect of bulk temperature and heating regime on crude oil fouling: An analysis. Adv. Mater. Res., 917: 189-198.
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  18. Faisal, M.F.M., H.E. Mahmud, U.B. Deshannavar and M. EL-Harbawi, 2014. Effect of incremental curing agent additions on thermal degradation of polydimethylsiloxane in Air: A kinetic study. Asian J. Chem., 26: 4486-4488.
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  19. Deshannavar, U.B., M. El-Harbawi, A. Vernekar, A. Sutar and K. Pai, 2014. Optimization of phenol removal from aqueous solutions using fly ash obtained from power station as adsorbent: Kinetic and equilibrium studies. J. Indian Chem. Soc., 91: 1765-1773.
  20. Deshannavar, U.B., G.M. Ratnamala, P.B. Kalburgi, M. El-Harbawi and A. Agarwal et al., 2014. Optimization, kinetic and equilibrium studies of disperse yellow 22 dye removal from aqueous solutions using malaysian teak wood sawdust as adsorbent. Indian Chem. Eng., 10.1080/00194506.2014.987831.
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  21. Shivayogimath, C.B., P.B. Kalburgi, U.B. Deshannavar and D.B.M. Virupakshaiah, 2012. Water quality evaluation of river Ghataprabha, India. I. Res. J. Environ. Sci., 1: 12-18.
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  22. Deshannavar, U.B., R.K. Basavaraj and N.M. Naik, 2012. High rate digestion of dairy industry effluent by upflow anaerobic fixed-bed reactor. J. Chem. Pharm. Res., 4: 2895-2899.
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  23. Deshannavar, U.B., A.A. Murgod, M.S. Golangade, P.B. Koli, B. Samyak and N.M. Naik, 2012. Photo-oxidation Process-application for removal of color from textile industry effluent. Res. J. Chem. Sci., 2: 75-79.
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  24. Bhatkal, A., S. Punage, U.B. Deshannavar, P. Satish, B. Namrata and P. Patil, 2012. Biodegradation of 4-chlorophenol by Pseudomonas putida NCIM sp. 2650 under aerobic conditions. Res. J. Environ. Sci., 6: 238-244.
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  25. Rahman, F., U.B. Deshannavar, D. Subbarao and M. Ramasamy, 2010. Enhancement of entrainment rates in liquid-gas ejectors. Chem. Eng. Process., 49: 1128-1135.
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  26. Deshannavar, U.B., M.S. Rafeen, M. Ramasamy and D. Subbarao, 2010. Crude oil fouling: A review. J. Applied Sci., 10: 3167-3174.
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