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News Article | November 9, 2016
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GLENCOE, MO, November 09, 2016-- Dr. Sudhirkumar Brahmbhatt has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.A chemicals executive with more than three decades of experience, Dr. Brahmbhatt has made a tremendous impact on a variety of industries such as Biotech and Pharma, Environmental, Chemical, Metal, Food, High pressure cylinder and more with regard to optimization and efficiency improvements in processes and technologies. He holds many patents such as Oxygen assisted Fermentation for Biotech, Optimize process variables in oxygen enriched fermentors, tech in bio-diesel, lyophilization with Liquid N2, Multipurpose, spark free and antibacterial wrench for cylinders, Method for sterilization of medical devices, Apparatus for injecting cryogenic liquid into containers for drink industry, Use of nitrogen to thaw plates in LIN based lyophilization, System and method for oxygenating waste water, System and method for refining sugar, Regeneration of adsorption bed using heated nitrogen, Freezing biological products, System and method for operating a pulp mill, Non cryogenic method and apparatus for producing pure nitrogen, Process and apparatus for recovering sterilizing gases, Method and apparatus for producing Spheroidal glass particles, High Temperature burner - AFP burner for metal industry, system for producing a regulated atmosphere for a high temperature process. And more. Additionally, in recognition of professional excellence, he was named Top Performer by the Applied Technology Group of MG Industries on six occasions. He was also the winner of an Innovation Award and a Best ATG Sales Support Award from Messer GmbH. Dr. Brahmbhatt is proud to have been selected for inclusion in Who's Who in Finance and Business, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Who's Who in the Midwest, and Who's Who in the World. He has written papers in reputed magazines such as Chemical Engineering, Ceramic Bulletin, and Cryogas International (now GasWorld Magazine). He also has presented papers at conferences such as AIChE, Ceramic Expo tec.Over the course of his career, Dr. Brahmbhatt served as the head of the research and development department of MG Industries, where he held many additional roles during his time there. He was manager of the chemical group, team leader of global pulp and paper technology, director of technology, senior group manager, applications engineer, senior project engineer and manager of the chemicals group. Dr. Brahmbhatt also held prominent roles with Air Liquide, including group manager, manager of special projects, and technology manager for biotech and pharmaceuticals. Additional chemical engineering projects that Dr. Brahmbhatt has spearheaded include those with Exxon Co., Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., and Ashutej Co., a company that he founded. Today, Dr. Brahmbhatt is the president and owner of Technology Services, Inc. ( www.tsinc-us.com ).Dr. Brahmbhatt prepared for his career by achieving a Bachelor of Engineering specializing in chemical engineering and a Master of Engineering with specialization in chemical engineering from Nadiad Institute of Technology and the Steven Institute of Technology, respectively. He also earned a degree in polymer science at Stevens Institute of Tech. Thereafter, he obtained an MBA in international management and marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Kennedy Western University. He also directed and hosted a radio program for 25 years and has a license in broadcasting from the Federal Communications Commission. As a volunteer leader, he has founded and continues managing a unique and most successful voluntary non profit organization called 'Center for Indian Cultural education- Bal Vihar of St. Louis'. This unique organization instills diversity and Asia Indian culture in children ages 5 through 16 regardless of their religion and has been thriving over the last 25 years in St. Louis, MO. The school has graduated over 1000 students over the years and continues its mission and vision with enrollment of 450 students in his weekend school. His voluntary staff includes 70+ teachers and a 30 + admin team to ensure that organization goals are met professionally ( www.balvihaar-stlouis.com ).Dr. Brahmbhatt stays at the top of his field through his affiliations with technical associations such as the Pulp and Paper Industry, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the ISPE, the American Society of Metals, the American Ceramic Society, the American Chemical Society and the American Powder Metallurgy Institute.He continues his contribution in the manufacturing industries by developing new processes whether by applied technology or fundamental research specifically in Biotech area or Environment area. Looking forward, he intends to continue excelling in the field of chemical engineering.About Marquis Who's Who :Since 1899, when A. N. Marquis printed the First Edition of Who's Who in America , Marquis Who's Who has chronicled the lives of the most accomplished individuals and innovators from every significant field of endeavor, including politics, business, medicine, law, education, art, religion and entertainment. Today, Who's Who in America remains an essential biographical source for thousands of researchers, journalists, librarians and executive search firms around the world. Marquis now publishes many Who's Who titles, including Who's Who in America , Who's Who in the World , Who's Who in American Law , Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare , Who's Who in Science and Engineering , and Who's Who in Asia . Marquis publications may be visited at the official Marquis Who's Who website at www.marquiswhoswho.com


Sosnowski I.,National Academy of Sciences of Belarus | Kuznechik O.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Belotserkovsky M.,National Academy of Sciences of Belarus | Grigoryev E.,NRNU MEPhI
Euro PM 2014 Congress and Exhibition, Proceedings | Year: 2014

Induction centrifugal deposition method of the charge on the basis of tin-bronze powder with additives of fine boehmite grains is described in this report. This paper also shows the experimental results of metallographic investigations and tribological tests of produced specimens. During the experimental work, the optimal ratio of the mixture components, which increases the anti-friction properties of the bronze coating have been identified. Based on the analysis of induction centrifugal deposition regimes it has been found that the fine boehmite grains are converted into nano grains alumina.


Talako T.L.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Letsko A.I.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Grigorieva T.P.,RAS Institute of Solid State Chemistry and Mechanochemistry
Combustion Science and Technology | Year: 2010

The authors investigated aspects of nanocomposite structure formation in Fe+Al+Fe2O3 and Fe+Al+Cr2O3 powder mixtures during combustion synthesis using precursors formed as a result of mechanochemical interaction at the stage of preliminary mechanical activation of reactive mixtures. Despite the significant difference in thermal effects, two types of reactions (aluminothermic reduction of oxides and formation of intermetallics from elements, though in the trace amounts) can take place during mechanical activation. Local chemical concentrations at the interfaces and quick reaction kinetics in the nanometer scaled diffusion couples are probably responsible for the simultaneous passing the reactions in mechanically activated mixtures. Nanocomposite structure of the precursors with fine alumina inclusions allows forming end products inheriting structural morphology of the precursors in toto. Complete reduction of oxides with aluminum at the stage of mechanical activation is not a necessary condition for nanostructure preservation during the following self-propagating high-temperature synthesis. The last one is probably connected with the high rate of heterogeneous nucleation at the early stage of combustion and the optimized heat evolution and cooling conditions. Copyright © 2010 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.


Baev A.K.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Glybin V.P.,University of Western Ontario | Chernyak I.N.,Powder Metallurgy Institute
Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry | Year: 2015

The possibility to use the Drago-Wayland equation for prediction of enthalpies of formation of donor-acceptor complexes in the systems of Group IIIA and VA element methyl compounds has been considered and substantiated. © 2015 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


Savich V.V.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Kuznechik O.O.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Taraykovich A.M.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Grigoryev E.G.,NRNU MEPhI
Metal Powder Report | Year: 2016

The basic properties of the consolidated titanium powder materials obtained by two methods of electrical pulse sintering and conventional vacuum sintering were investigated. Titanium powder consists of spherical and nonspherical forms and has the distribution of the particle size 200-400 microns. The powdered composition consolidated by two different methods consists of 20-30% nonspherical particles (the rest are spherical particles) has 5-7 times higher permeability compared to the spherical powder composition. Conventional vacuum sintering method allows manufacturing of consolidated samples within 60-70. minutes at the sintering temperature of 1000-1200°C. Electrical pulse sintering produces the samples with the same properties within 70-80. μs. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd.


Sadykov V.,Novosibirsk State University | Zarubina V.,Novosibirsk State University | Pavlova S.,RAS Boreskov Institute of Catalysis | Krieger T.,RAS Boreskov Institute of Catalysis | And 8 more authors.
Catalysis Today | Year: 2010

This paper presents the results of research aimed at design of multilayer asymmetric oxygen separation membranes comprised of functionally graded by composition and porosity nanocomposite layers with mixed ionic-electronic conductivity (MIEC) and a high oxygen mobility supported on the compressed Ni-Al alloy foam substrate. Complex oxides with fluorite-like structure (Ce 0.9Gd0.1O2-δ), perovskite-like structure La0.8Sr0.2Fe1-xNixO 3-δ (x = 0.3-0.4) and spinel structure MnFe2O 4 synthesized via polymerized precursors (Pechini) route were used for the preparation of these nanocomposites by ultrasonic dispersion of their mixtures in isopropanol with addition of polyvinyl butyral. Parameters characterizing their oxygen mobility and reactivity were estimated by oxygen isotope heteroexchange, weight loss transients, temperature-programmed reduction by CH4 and reoxidation by CO2. Membranes were prepared by successively supporting on one side of substrate macroporous-mesoporous- microporous-dense layers of MIEC nanocomposites finally covered by a porous layer of La-Ni-Pt/Pr0.3Ce0.35Zr0.35O 2-x catalyst. Preliminary tests of this membrane in the lab-scale reactor in the process of methane selective oxidation/oxi-dry reforming into syngas demonstrated their oxygen permeability and performance promising for the practical application. © 2010 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Bobrova L.N.,RAS Boreskov Institute of Catalysis | Sadykov V.A.,Novosibirsk State University | Mezentseva N.V.,Novosibirsk State University | Pelipenko V.V.,RAS Boreskov Institute of Catalysis | And 3 more authors.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy | Year: 2016

A conventional Ni + YSZ/YSZ anode half-cell (the Research Center Jülich) and the Ni + YSZ/YSZ planar half cell washcoated by a layer of the Ru + Ni-doped perovskite-based nanocomposite (Ru + Ni/LaPrMnCr/YSZ) were compared in terms of their activities and selectivities in the steam reforming of methane. The kinetic measurements were carried out in a laboratory scale plate-type reactor, and results were interpreted using computational models. A power-law kinetic model was verified against the experimental data, and parameters were estimated. Both numerical prediction and experimental testing indicate that the nanocomposite coated Ni + YSZ/YSZ plate shows much better catalytic performance under the middle-temperature operating conditions. CFD simulations show that for the high activity of thermally conductive catalytic plates, superior heat transfer performance is observed in the lab-scale reactor. The lab-scale data were successfully up-scaled for the case of steam reforming of natural gas on a structured catalyst at realistic operation conditions. Up to 700 °C, the pilot test data obtained with the structured catalyst comprised of three stacked parallel Ni-Al plates (50 × 50 × 1 mm) coated with perovskite-based nanocomposite correlate quite good with the 1-D plug-flow reactor model predictions assuming the proposed kinetics. Copyright © 2016 Hydrogen Energy Publications, LLC.


Smorygo O.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Marukovich A.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Mikutski V.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Gokhale A.A.,Defence Metallurgical Research Laboratory | And 2 more authors.
Materials Letters | Year: 2012

Titanium foams were manufactured by compacting spherical carbamide granules (as space holder) coated with titanium powder, leaching the space holder and sintering. A simple method was used to prepare composite (i.e. coated carbamide) granules. Foams with porosities in the range of 65-85% were prepared, which exhibited improved mechanical properties compared to titanium foams prepared by compacting simple mixtures of powder and space holder. The property improvements in the present material are attributed to achievement of more regular pore structure in the foams. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.


Ilyuschenko A.F.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Poberezhniy S.V.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Kuznechik O.O.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Grigoryev E.G.,National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
Euro PM 2014 Congress and Exhibition, Proceedings | Year: 2014

Modes of pressing, sintering and electric pulse treatment of hard alloy powder material from tungsten carbide with cobalt binder with power frequency currents have been studied. The results of metallography have shown that the established regimes of electropulse treatments resulted in a change in the structural-phase state of the sintered powder material based on tungsten carbide. In this case the change of structural-phase state of this material manifested in reducing the content of carbon and fragile η-phase therein and in reducing porosity. The result of this structural-phase change was the increase in strength of the sintered powder material based on tungsten carbide. For comparison, we produced tungsten carbide - cobalt alloy by the method high voltage electric discharge consolidation of WC-Co powder. This hard alloy also has a fine grain structure and a high strength.


Savich V.V.,Powder Metallurgy Institute | Sheluhina A.I.,Powder Metallurgy Institute
International Powder Metallurgy Congress and Exhibition, Euro PM 2013 | Year: 2013

One of the objectives of porous powder materials (PPM) research for the majority of authors is getting their anisotropic structure in the direction of gas or liquid flow and thereby increasing the per-meability of PPM, while keeping the average pore size due to such structure. In this paper we investi-gate the effect of increasing the surface layer porosity of PPM samples obtained by pressure mould-ing of sponge titanium powder with steel punch with elastic lining. Measurement of the porosity using PPM sample thickness was performed by the stereometric quantitative metallography method (meth-od of parallel secants) from the surface in contact with the formative tool to a depth of 2.0 mm from this surface with an interval of 0.1 mm. The depth at which this effect is most pronounced (up to 0.8 - 1.0 particle diameter) has been established, as well as the specific values of porosity in the PPM at this depth.

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