Dr. Bimlesh Kumar
Professor

Tel: +91-361-258 2420

Fax: +91-361-258 2440

Email: bimk@iitg.ac.in

bimlesh.iisc@gmail.com

 

 

 

Education


PhD (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) 2009

ME (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) 2003

B.Sc. Civil Engineering (Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology Muzaffarpur, 1999)

 

Professional Experience

Professor (February, 2020- till date)
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India

Associate Professor (December, 2014-January, 2020)
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India


Assistant Professor (July 2009-December, 2014)
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India


Senior Lecturer (May 2009 - July 2009)
Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
 

Research Interest

Sediment Transport and River Hydraulics

Mixing and Computational Fluid Dynamics

Turbulent Flow

Pump-pipeline Surge analysis


Honors/Awards/Medals:

Prof. R. J. Garde Research Award: Awarded by the Indian Society for Hydraulics (ISH) for outstanding research in the field of Hydraulics and Water Resources (2015).

Prof. N. S. Govinda Rao Medal for the year 2009-2010 by the Council of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore for the best thesis award of the year in the Department of Civil Engineering at the Institute.

Shri Kancharaddy award -  Presented by Indian Water Works association, 2006

Editorial Advisory Board Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

Academic Editor PLOS Water

Associate Editor Frontiers in Environmental Engineering

Review Editor for Sustainable and Intelligent Phytoprotection- Frontiers in Plant Science

Project Proposal Reviewer-  Le Studium Research Fellowhip, Le Studium Loire Valley Institute for Advanced Studies 1 rue Dupanloup 45000 Orleans - FRANCE

Project Proposal Reviewer Fondecyt Research Initiation Project Competition 2024- CHILE

 

Publications

Scopus Id 8426616800 Researcher Id G-4771-2010

Google Scholar Id zm9xx8IAAAAJ

 

Book

Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao-Comprehensive Study of Surface Aeration Systems- ISBN-978-3-8383-6052-2, LAMBERT ACADEMIC PUBLICATION

Research Reports  

1. ME Dissertation titled FINDING DISCHARGE AT INCIPIENT MOTION IN ALLUVIAL CHANNEL, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 2003 [Supervisor - Prof. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao].

2. PhD Thesis, COMPREHENSIVE STUDIES OF SURFACE AERATION SYSTEMS, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 2009 [Supervisor - Prof. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao].

Editorial Book/Book Chapter,

1. Innovative Trends in Hydrological and Environmental Systems, Select Proceedings of ITHES 2021, Editors- Anil Kumar Dikshit, Balaji Narasimhan, Bimlesh Kumar, Ajey Kumar Patel, doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0304-5, Springer Singapore,  ISBN978-981-19-0303-8, 2022

2. Bimlesh Kumar Decentralized renewable energy in the Indian context Modern Energy Review (formerly European Renewable Energy Review and produced in association with the Renewable Energy Association (REA), International, Solar Energy Society, European Photovoltaic Industry Association, and the European Solar Thermal Industry Federation), 74-77, 2009.

3. Economizing the Energy Consumption in Circular Surface Aerators- Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar, Survival and Sustainability: Environmental concerns in the 21st Century, Environmental Earth Sciences, Part 4, 481-189, Springer, 2011. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-95991-5_43.

4. Assessment of quality characteristics of twin lakes, Bhopal with reference to aeration units- Neelam Verma, Bimlesh Kumar and A Bajpai, Pollution and Biodiversity: Biosocial Aspects (ed. Prof. Arvind Kumar), Daya Publishing House, India, 28-36.

5. Environmental Impacts (Costs) of Hydropower Generation in India - Bimlesh Kumar and ARK Rao, Environmental Scenario in India: Successes and Predicaments, Routledge Publications. (ISBN 0415666554), 135-148, 2012

6. Energy Planning for Sustainable Development in INDIA - Bimlesh Kumar and Rahul B Hiremath, Handbook of Sustainable Management, Editors: C. N. Madu and Chu-hua Kuei, Imperial College Press, London, ISBN: 978-981-4352-81-3, 641-666, 2012.

7. Gaussian Process Regression to Predict Incipient Motion of Alluvial Channel -Jaideep Sherawat, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar, Proceeding of Fourth International Conference on Soft Computing for Problem Solving, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 336, 431-437, 2015, Springer.

8. Variable Significance in the determination of Friction Factor in Alluvial Channel -Bimlesh Kumar and Gopu Sreenivasulu, Handbook of Research on Advanced Computational Techniques for Simulation-Based Engineering. IGI Global, 2016. 492-504. Web. 30 Nov. 2015. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-9479-8.ch018.

9. Industrial wastewater management in the context of climate change adaptation-A business approach- Rahul Hiremath, J. Murali and Bimlesh Kumar, Reconsidering the Impact of Climate Change on Global Water Supply, Use, and Management, IGI Global (http://www.igi-global.com/book/reconsidering-impact-climate-change-global/156644).

10. A Study on Flow characteristics in a finite vegetation patch with downward seepage- Bebina Thokchom Devi, and Bimlesh Kumar - In book: River Flow 2016, Chapter: Environmental role of hydraulic interfaces, Publisher: CRC Press, 2016,Taylor & Francis, Editors: George Constantinescu, Marcelo Garcia, Dan Hanes, pp.802-805. ISBN 9781138029132.

11. Turbulent Scale and Mixing Length Measurement in Mobile Bed Channel- Anurag Sharma, Dengkhw Brahma, Mahesh Patel, and Bimlesh Kumar - In book: Development of Water Resources In India, Publisher: Springer, Editors: Vikas Garg, V. P. Singh and V. Raj, (http://www.springer.com/in/book/9783319551241), ISBN 978-3-319-55125-8.

12. Experimental Study on Mining Pit Migration- Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumar, and Arup Kumar Sarma- In Book: Development of Water Resources In India, Publisher: Springer, Editors: Vikas Garg, V. P. Singh and V. Raj, (http://www.springer.com/in/book/9783319551241), ISBN 978-3-319-55125-8.

13. Process Modelling of Gas-Liquid Stirred Tank with Neural Networks- Neha Phukon, Mrigakshi Sarmah and Bimlesh Kumar- In Book Environmental Pollution, Water Sci.,Technol.Library, Chapter: 41, Publisher: Springer, Editors: V. P. Singh., 10.1007/978-981-10-5792-2_41

14. Performance Appraisal of Friction Factor Estimators- Mishra A., Deshpande A., Bimlesh Kumar (2018) . In: Singh V., Yadav S., Yadava R. (eds) Hydrologic Modeling. Water Science and Technology Library, vol 81. Springer, Singapore.

15. Higher Order Statistics of Reynolds Shear Stress in Nonuniform Sand Bed Channel-Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar (2018) . In Kalinowska M.B., Mokowska M.M., Rowinski, P.M. (eds) Free Surface Flows and Transport Processes, 10.1007/978-3-319-70914-7, Springer, Singapore.

16. Industrial Wastewater Management in the Context of Climate Change Adaptation in Selected Cities of India: A Business Approach (2020)- Rahul Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, Sheelratan S. Bansode, Gurudas Nulkar, Sharmila S. Patil and J. Murali. Environmental and Agricultural Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. IGI Global, 2020. 347-365. Web. 3 Jan. 2020. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-9621-9.ch016

17. Review on Hydraulics of Meandering Rivers (2022)- Jyotirmoy Barman, Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar. River Hydraulics. Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering Vol. 2, 10.1007/978-3-030-81768-8.

18. Prediction of Submerged Vegetated Flow in a Channel Using GMDH-Type Neural Network Approach (2022)- Niketa Borah and Bimlesh Kumar. River Hydraulics. Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering Vol. 2, 10.1007/978-3-030-81768-8.

19. Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Ions in Groundwater of the Dimoria Block of Kamrup Metropolitan District of Assam, India Using Geographic Information System (2022) - Priyanka Kotoky, Ajay S. Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar. In: Laishram B., Tawalare A. (eds) Recent Advancements in Civil Engineering. Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, vol 172. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-16-4396-5_40

19. Flow Behavior in Surface Aeration System (2022) - Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar. In: Dikshit et al.(eds) Innovative Trends in Hydrological and Environmental Systems Springer, Singapore. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-0304-5_4


Journal Publications

A. Hydraulics and Sediment Transport

B. Environmental Hydraulics

C. Energy Planning

D. Other areas of Civil Engineering 

A. Hydraulics and Sediment Transport

 

  • 250. Harish Patel and Bimlesh Kumar-Experimental Study on the Optimal Spur Dike Shape under Downward Seepage, Water Science (accepted for publication).

    249. Jyotirmoy Barman, Bimlesh Kumar and Ram Balachandar-Hydrodynamics in Channels with Partial Vegetation Cover: Investigating the Effects of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Vertical Vegetation Distribution, Advances in Water Resources, (accepted for publication).  [IF = 4.7].

    248. Praduman Behera, Vishal Deshpande, Mayank Agarwal and Bimlesh Kumar- Spectral Analysis of the Flows in Seepage Affected Threshold Alluvial Channels, Results in Engineering, (accepted for publication).  [IF = 5].

    247. Praduman Behera, Vishal Deshpande, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Patterns of turbulent flow structure over dune shaped bed features under the influence of downward seepage, Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science (accepted for publication).  [IF = 3.2].

    246. Mrinal Roy, Harish Patel, Sukhjeet Arora and Bimlesh Kumar- Efficacy of Tsallis entropy for velocity estimation in an alluvial channel under different experimental scenario, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, (accepted for publication).  [IF = 4.2].

    245. Harish Patel, Meilan Qi, and Bimlesh Kumar-Downward seepage effects on flow near a L-shape spur dike and bed morphology, International Journal of Sediment Research (accepted for publication).  [IF = 3.6].

    244. Supran Chakravarty, Harish Kumar Patel, Bijayananda Mohanty and Bimlesh Kumar- Review on different shapes of spurs and their effects on channel morphology. Water Practice and Technology (accepted for publication).  [IF = 1.6].

    243. Bandita Barman, Saundarya Narayan Kashyap  and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow velocity prediction in a vegetated channel using soft computing techniques. Multiscale and Multidisciplinary Modeling, Experiments and Design (accepted for publication).  [IF = 2.2].

    242. Akshita Bassi, Ajaz Ahmad Mir, Bimlesh Kumar, and Mahesh Patel- A comprehensive study of various regressions and deep learning approaches for the prediction of friction factor in mobile bed channels. Journal of Hydroinformatics (accepted for publication).  [IF = 2.7].

    241. Sukhjeet Arora, Harish Kumar Patel, G. Srinivasulu, and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Characteristics at Interface of Partly Vegetated Alluvial Channel, International Journal of Civil Engineering (accepted for publication).  [IF = 1.7]

    240. Praduman Behera, Vishal Deshpande, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Anisotropy in Turbulent flow over Two-dimensional Fixed Bedforms with Downward Seepage, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage, ASCE, 150 (1), 04023035 (2024) [IF = 1.976]

    239. Harish Patel, Sukhjeet Arora, Rutuja Chavan and Bimlesh Kumar- Migrating Scour Depth around a Spur Dike with Downward Seepage Using Multiscale Characterizations Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 151, 111071 (2024).  [IF = 3.2].

    238. Waseem Ghani, Shagoofta Rasool Shah and Bimlesh Kumar- Higher-order turbulent characteristics of sinuous alluvial river, Results in Engineering, 20, 101508 (2023) [IF = 5]

     

    237. Harish Kumar Patel, and Bimlesh Kumar- Hydro-morphological behavior around T-shaped spur dikes with downward seepage, Scientific Reports 13, no. 1 (2023): 10454.[IF = 4.6].

     

    236. Deepti Shakya, Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande  and Bimlesh Kumar- Closure Application of Boosting Machine Learning Models for Particle Froude Number Estimation in Sewer Pipes, Journal of Pipeline Systems- Engineering and Practice, ASCE, 15 (1), 07023005 (2024).  [IF = 1.952]

     

    235. Sukhjeet Arora, Abhijit D. Lade and Bimlesh Kumar- Higher Order Turbulence Statistics and Multiscale Characterization of Morphodynamics in a Riverbank Section with an Upstream Mining Pit. Physics of Fluids, AIP Publishing, 35, 066607 (2023). [IF = 4.98]

     

    234. Sanjit Kumar, Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Predicting Flow Velocity in a Vegetative Alluvial Channel using Standalone and Hybrid Machine Learning Techniques. Expert Systems with Applications, 232, 120885 (2023).  [IF =8.665]

     

    233. Praduman Behera, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Behavioral patterns of turbulent kinetic energy budget and quadrant analysis for flows over bedform under the influence of downward seepage, AIP Advances, AIP Publishing, 13, 065331 (2023). [IF = 1.697]

     

    232. Jyotirmoy Barman, Mrinal Roy and Bimlesh Kumar- Velocity estimation in compound channels with different bank slopes using Renyi and Tsallis entropy, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 37, 2869–2884 (2023). [IF = 3.821]

    231. Deepti Shakya, Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande  and Bimlesh Kumar- Predicting total sediment load transport in rivers using regression techniques, extreme learning and deep learning models, Artificial Intelligence Review, 56, 10067–10098 (2023). [IF = 9.588]

    230. Sukhjeet Arora, Harish Kumar Patel,  Abhijit D. Lade and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulence structure and Bank Erosion Process in a Dredged Channel. River Research and Applications, 39, 4, 613-628 (2023). [IF = 2.780]

     

    229. Jyotirmoy Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow in multi-layered vegetated compound channels with different bank slopes, Physics of Fluids, AIP Publishing, 35, 036601 (2023)  [IF = 4.98]

    228. Jyotismita Taye, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of Downward Seepage on Turbulence and Morphology in Mobile Boundary Sinuous Channel, Physics of Fluids, AIP Publishing, 35, 016605 (2023)  [IF = 4.98]

    227. Waseem Ghani, Jyotirmoy Barman, Harish Patel, Shagoofta Rasool Shah and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow characteristics of a sinuous channel with flexible banks, International Journal of Civil Engineering, 21, 479–490 (2023). [IF = 2.184]

    226. Bandita Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Quantification of Turbulent Flow Anisotropy in an alluvial channel Mining Pit, Marine Georesources and Geotechnology. 41, 2, 21-220, 2023. [IF = 2.673]

    225. Harish Kumar Patel, Sukhjeet Arora, Abhijit D. Lade, Bimlesh Kumar, and H. Md Azamathulla - Flow behaviour concerning bank stability in the presence of spur dike-a review. Water Supply, 23 (1): 237–258 (2023). [IF = 1.768]

    224. Fathi, Abazar, S. M. Zomorodian, Masih Zolghadr, Aaron Chadee, Yee-Meng Chiew, Bimlesh Kumar, and Hector Martin- Combination of Riprap and Submerged Vane as an Abutment Scour Countermeasure. Fluids 8, no. 2, 2023, 41.

    223. Jyotirmoy Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow Behavior in a Multi-layered vegetated floodplain region of a Compound Channel, Ecohydrology, 15, 4, e2427, 2022 [IF = 2.843]

    222. Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- Hydrodynamics and Turbulence Anisotropy for Complex Flow in a Sinuous Channel, Acta Geophysica, 70, 2269-2282, 2022. [IF = 2.058]

    221. Bandita Barman, Jyotirmoy Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Fractal Dimensions of Hydraulic Parameters in Sand Mined Alluvial Channel, Water Supply, 22(6), 6143-6156, 2022.   [IF = 1.275]

    220. Deepti Shakya, Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande  and Bimlesh Kumar- Standalone and Ensemble-based Machine Learning Techniques for Particle Froude Number Prediction in a Sewer System, Neural Computing and Applications, 34, 15481-15497, 2022.  [IF = 5.606]

    219. Anurag Sharma, Vedant Jha, Mrinal Roy and Bimlesh Kumar- One-dimensional velocity distribution in seepage channel using Tsallis and Shannon entropy, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 36, 3255-3264, 2022.  [IF = 3.379]

    218. Jyotirmoy Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulence in a Compound Channel with the combination of submerged and emergent vegetation, Physics of Fluids, AIP Publishing, 34(4), 045114, 2022.  [IF = 3.521]

    217. Anurag Sharma, Mrinal Roy, Vedant Jha, Bimlesh Kumar and V. P. Singh- Velocity distribution in seepage-affected alluvial channels using Renyi entropy, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, ASCE, 27(6), 04022008, 2022. [IF = 2.02]

    216. Deepti Shakya, Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande  and Bimlesh Kumar- Application of Boosting Machine Learning Models for Particle Froude Number Estimation in Sewer Pipes, Journal of Pipeline Systems- Engineering and Practice, ASCE, 13(2), 04022012-1-12, 2022.  [IF = 1.952]

    215. Rutuja Chavan, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulence Anisotropy around Bridge Piers in Seepage affected Sand Bed Channel, Journal of Turbulence. 23(1 2), 52-67, 2022.  [IF = 1.403]

    214. Anurag Sharma, Bimlesh Kumar and Giuseppe Oliveto- Turbulent Flow Structures in Developing and Fully-Developed Flows under the Impact of Downward Seepage, Water,  14(3), 500, 2022.  [IF = 3.103].

    213. Ningombam Singh, Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- The Local scour around Bridge piers-A review of remedial Techniques, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,  28 (1), 527-540, 2022.

    212. Abhijit D Lade, Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar-Effect of sand mining on the flow hydrodynamics around an oblong bridge pier, Engineering Research Express, IOP Publication. 3 (4), 045028, 2021.

    211. Seyeeh Fatemeh Nabaei, Hossein Afzalimehr, Jueyi sui, Bimlesh Kumar and Hamidreza Nabaei-Investigation of the Effect of Vegetation on Flow Structures and Turbulence Anisotropy around Semi-Elliptical Abutment Water, 13 (21), 3108, 2021.  [IF = 3.103].

    210. Anurag Sharma, Bimlesh Kumar and Giuseppe Oliveto-Experimental Study on the Near-Bed Flow Characteristics of Alluvial Channel with Seepage, Applied Sciences,  11(20), 9619, 2021.  [IF = 2.679].

    209. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Anisotropy properties of turbulence in flow over seepage bed, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering,  144(2), 021501, 2021. [IF = 1.995].

    208. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Comparison of flow turbulence over a sand bed and gravel bed channel, Water Supply,  21 (8): 4581–4592. [IF = 1.275].

    207. Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande, David Katoshevski and Bimlesh Kumar- A Novel Python module for Statistical Analysis of Turbulence (P-SAT) in Geophysical Flows. Scientific Reports 11(1), 1-20, 2021. [IF =3.998]

    206. Abhijit Dilip Lade, Jyotirmoy Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- High-order moments of velocity fluctuations around a cylinder in dredged alluvial channel. ICE Proceedings-WATER MANAGEMENT, (accepted for publication)  [IF = 0.965]

    205. Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- Experimental Study on Near-bed Flow Turbulence of Sinuous Channel with Downward Seepage ICE Proceedings-WATER MANAGEMENT, 174, 4, 173-186, 2021. [IF = 0.965]

    204. Jyotismita Taye, Jyotirmoy Barman, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Characteristics of Sinous River Bend, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 27(Supp1), 256-263, 2021.

    203. Jyotismita Taye, Abhijit Dilip Lade, Anja Mihailović, Dragutin Mihailović and Bimlesh Kumar- Information measures through velocity time series in a seepage affected alluvial sinuous channel, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 34, 11, 1925-1936, 2020.  [IF = 2.351]

    202. Rutuja Chavan, Bimlesh Kumar and Wen-Xin Huai- Alluvial Channel Hydrodynamics around Tandem Piers with Downward Seepage, Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering (FSCE) 14(6), 1445-1461, 2020. [IF = 1.272]

    201. Bandita Barman, Arup Kumar Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar - Mining Pit Migration of an Alluvial Channel: Experimental and Numerical Investigations, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 26, 4, 448-456, 2020.

    200. Anurag Sharma, Bimlesh Kumar and Ram Balachandar- Comparison of Flow and Morphological Characteristics in Uniform and Non-uniform Sand Bed Channel, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 47, 6, 678-690, 2020.  [IF = 0.985] 

    199. Abhijit Dilip Lade and Bimlesh Kumar- Streambed Instabilities around a bridge pier in a dredged channel, River Research and Applications, 36, 7, 1360-1365, 2020. [IF = 1.954]

    198. Jyotismita Taye, Jyotirmoy Barman, Bimlesh Kumar and Giuseppe Oliveto- Deciphering Morphological Changes in a Sinuous River System by Higher Order Velocity Moments, WATER, 12, 3, 772, 2020. [IF = 2.524]

    197. Abhijit Dilip Lade, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Study of flow turbulence around a circular bridge pier in a sand mined stream channel, ICE Proceedings-WATER MANAGEMENT, 173, 5, 217-237, 2020.  [IF = 0.876]  

    196. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Probability distribution functions of turbulence using multiple criteria over non-uniform sand bed channel, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,  26, 2, 163-172, 2020.

    195. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow resistance in seepage affected alluvial channel, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,  26, 2, 127-137, 2020.

    194. Subhrangshu Purkayastha and Bimlesh Kumar- Analytical solution of the one-dimensional contaminant transport equation in groundwater with time varying boundary conditions, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering,  26:1, 78-83, 2020.

    193. Abhijit Dilip Lade, Anja Mihailović, Dragutin Mihailović and Bimlesh Kumar- Randomness in flow turbulence around a bridge pier in a sand mined channel, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 535, 122426, 2019.  [IF = 2.500] 

  • 192. Abhijit Dilip Lade, Vishal Deshpande, Bimlesh Kumar and Giuseppe Oliveto- On the morphodynamic alterations around bridge piers under the influence of instream mining, WATER, 11, 8, 1676, 2019.  [IF = 2.524] 

    191. Rutuja Chavan, Paola Gualtieri and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Flow Structures and Scour Hole Characteristics around Circular Bridge Pier over Non-uniform Sand Bed Channel with Downward Seepage, WATER, 11, 8, 1580, 2019.  [IF = 2.524]

    190. Rutuja Chavan, and Bimlesh Kumar- Downward seepage Effects on Dynamics of Scour Depth and Migrating Dune- Like Bedforms at Tandem Piers, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 47, 1, 13-24, 2020.  [IF = 0.985]

    189. Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumar and Arup Kumar Sharma - Impact of sand mining on alluvial channel flow characteristics, Ecological Engineering, 135, 36-44, 2019.  [IF = 3.023]

    188. Anurag Sharma, Oscar Herrera-Granados and Bimlesh Kumar- Bedload transport and temporal variation of non-uniform sediment in seepage affected alluvial channel, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 64, 8, 1001-1012, 2019.  [IF = 2.061]  

    187. Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumar and Arup Kumar Sharma - Dynamic characterization of the migration of a mining pit in an alluvial channel, International Journal of Sediment Research, 34, 2, 155-165, 2019.  [IF = 1.494]  

    186. Bimlesh Kumar- Discussion of Gene-Expression Programming to Predict Mannings n in Meandering Flows, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 45, 4, 304-313, 2019. [IF = 0.591]

    185. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Conditional statistics of Reynolds stress in curvilinear cross section incipient motion channel, Water Resources,  46367376, 2019 [IF = 0.556]

    184. Thokchom Bebina Devi, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow characteristic in a partly vegetated channel with emergent vegetation and Seepage, Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, 19, 1, 93-108, 2019. [IF = 1.592]

    183. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Boundary Layer Development over Non-Uniform Sand Rough Bed Channel, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 25:2, 162-169,2019.

    182. Anurag Sharma, Dragutin Mihailović and Bimlesh Kumar- Randomness representation of Turbulence in an alluvial channel affected by downward seepage, Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 509, 74-85, 2018.  [IF = 2.243]  

    181. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Sheet Flow Hydrodynamics over Non-Uniform Sand Bed Channel, International Journal of Sediment Research, 33, 3, 313-326, 2018.  [IF = 1.494]  

    180. Rutuja Chavan and Bimlesh Kumar- Prediction of Scour depth and dune morphology around Circular Bridge piers in Seepage affected Alluvial Channels, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 18, 4, 923-945, 2018.  [IF = 1.603]

    179. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- High Order Velocity Moments of Turbulent boundary layers in Seepage Affected Alluvial Channel, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, 140, 8, 08124-08132, 2018  [IF = 1.915]  

    178. Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumar and Arup Kumar Sharma- Turbulent Flow Structures and Geomorphic Characteristics of a Mining Affected Alluvial Channel, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 43, 9, 1811-1824, 2018. [IF =3.697]

    177. Anurag Sharma, Ajay Maddirala and Bimlesh Kumar- Modified Singular Spectrum analysis for Despiking acoustic Doppler velocimeter (ADV) Data, Measurement, 117, 339-346, 2018. [IF = 2.359]

    176. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Double averaged turbulence characteristics of alluvial channel with downward seepage, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 45, 2, 135-151, 2018. [IF = 0.591]

    175. Mahesh Patel, Shantanaba Majumder and Bimlesh Kumar- Statistical description of morphological characteristics of bedforms in seepage affected alluvial channels, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 45, 2, 87-98, 2018. [IF = 0.591] . [IF = 0.591]

    174. Rutuja Chavan, B. Venkataramana, P. Acharya and Bimlesh Kumar- Comparison of Scour and Flow characteristics around Circular and Oblong Bridge piers in Seepage affected Alluvial Channel, Journal of Marine Science and Application, 17, 2, 254-264, 2018. 

    173. Varsha Shivpure, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Scale Invariance of Power Spectrum in Sediment Transport MechanicsNational Academy Science Letters, 418183, 2018.  [IF = 0.416]

    172. Mahesh Patel,  and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow and bedforms dynamics in an alluvial channel with downward seepage, CATENA, 158, 210-234, 2017 [IF =3.191]

    171. Anurag Sharma, and Bimlesh Kumar- Structure of Turbulence over Non Uniform Sand Bed Channel with downward seepage, European Journal of Mechanics - B/Fluids, 65, 530-551, Sept-Oct 2017 [IF = 1.418]

    170. Rutuja Chavan, and Bimlesh Kumar- Experimental Investigation on Flow and Scour Characteristics around Tandem Piers in Sandy Channel with Downward Seepage, Journal of Marine Science and Application, 16, 3, 313-322, 2017. 

    169. Mahesh Patel, Shantanaba Majumder and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of seepage on flow and bedforms dynamics, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 42, 12,1807-1819, 2017 [IF =3.505]

    168. Anurag Sharma, Rutuja Chavan and Bimlesh Kumar- Multi-scale Statistical Characterization of Migrating Pier Scour Depth in Non-uniform Sand Bed channel, The International Journal of River Basin Management, 15, 3, 265-276, 2017 [IF = 0.759]

    167. Bandita Barman, Anurag Sharma, Bimlesh Kumar and Arup Kumar Sharma- Multiscale characterization of Migrating Sand Wave in Mining Induced Alluvial channel, Ecological Engineering, 102, 199-206, 2017. [IF = 2.74]

    166. Anurag Sharma, Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulence in Continuous Flow Surface Aeration Systems, Water Science and Technology, 75, 5, 1148-1157, 2017. [IF = 1.064]

    165. Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Hydrodynamics of Submerged vegetated Channel with downward Seepage, Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering, 44, 3,  174-181, 2017.[IF = 0.586]

    164. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Probability Distribution functions of turbulence in seepage affected alluvial channel, Fluid Dynamics Research-IOP Science, 49, 1, 015508, 2017. [IF = 0.846]

    163. Rutuja Chavan, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of Downward seepage on Turbulent characteritics and Bed Morphology around Bridge piers, Journal of Marine Science and Application, 16, 1,  60-72, 2017.

    162. Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of downward seepage on the shape of an alluvial Channels, Proceeding of ICE-Water Management, 170, 1, 3-14, 2017. [IF = 0.98]

    161. Thokchom Bebina Devi, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Studies on emergent flow over vegetative channel bed with downward seepage, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 62, 3, 408-420, 2017.  [IF = 2.182]  

    160. Thokchom Bebina Devi, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent characteristics of Vegetated Channel with downward seepage, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, 138, 12, 2016.  [IF = 1.121]  

    159. Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Channel Hydrodynamics of Submerged, flexible vegetation with seepage, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 142, 11, 2016. [IF = 1.621]

    158. Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow Characteristics in an alluvial channel partially covered with Submerged vegetation, Ecological Engineering, 94, 478-492, 2016. [IF = 2.74]

    157. Varhsa Shivpure, Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Characteristics of densely flexible submerged vegetated Channel, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 22, 2, 220-226, 2016.

    156. Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent flow structures in alluvial channel with curved cross-sections, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 41, 8, 1073-1087, 2016. [IF = 3.505]  

    155. Thokchom Bebina Devi, Rishabh Daga, Sumit Kumar Mahto and Bimlesh Kumar- Drag and Turbulent characteristics of Mobile bed Channel with mixed vegetation densities under downward seepage, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, 138, 7, 0711041-1, 0711041-13, 2016.  [IF = 1.121]  

    154. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Probability Distribution of Turbulence in Curvilinear Cross Section Mobile bed channel, Water Science and Technology, 73, 6, 1471-1482, 2016 . [IF = 1.106]

    153. Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Experimentation on submerged flow over flexible vegetation patches with downward seepage, Ecological Engineering, 91, 158-168, 2016. [IF = 2.58]

    152. Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Advent of Sheet flow in Suction affected alluvial Channels, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 16(1), 25-44, 2016. [IF = 1.164]  

    151. Varhsa Shivpure, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Comparison of Bed Shear Stress in Plane and Curvilinear Bed Channel using Multiple Criteria, Water Resources, 43(1), 79-85, 2016 [IF = 0.368]  

    150. Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent flow statistics of Vegetative channel with seepage, Journal of Applied Geophysics, 123, 267-276, 2015. [IF = 1.5]  

    149. Mahesh Patel, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent characteristics and evolution of sheet flow in an alluvial channel with downward seepage, Geomorphology, 248(1), 161-171, 2015 [IF = 2.785]  

    148. Anurag Sharma, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Parameters and Corresponding Sediment Transport in Curved Cross-Section Channel, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 21(3), 333-342, 2015

    147. Varhsa Shivpure, Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Analysing Turbulence Characteristics of Flow over Submerged Flexible Vegetated Channel, ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 21(3), 265-275, 2015

    146. Anurag Sharma, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Performance Appraisal of Velocity Predictors in Channel Flow, Journal of Indian Water Works Association, 47, 2015. 

    145. V. Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Does Downward Seepage Initiate Lateral Channel Shifts?, National Academy Science Letters, 38(6), 479-482, 2015. [IF = 0.292]

    144. Bimlesh Kumar, Anjaneya, Vishal Deshpande and Gopu Sreenivsulu - Regression Model for Sediment Transport Problems using Multi-Gene symbolic genetic Programming, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 103(1), 82-90, 2014 [IF = 1.766]

    143. Bimlesh Kumar - Flow Prediction in Vegetative Channel using Hybrid ANN approach, Journal of Hydroinformatics, 16(4), 839-849, 2014 [IF = 1.153]

    142. Anjaneya and Bimlesh Kumar - Particle Swarm Optimization Neural Network for Flow Prediction in Vegetative Channel, Journal of Intelligent Systems, 22, 4,  487-501, 2013.

    141. Sumit Talukdar, Bimlesh Kumar and Subashisa. Dutta- Predictive Capability of Bedload Equations using Flume Data, Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 60, 1, 45-56, 2012.   [IF = 1.231]

    140. V. Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Review and Assessment of the Theories of Stable Alluvial Channel Design, Water Resources, Springer, 39, 4, 481-487, 2012.     [IF = 0.326]

    139. Bimlesh Kumar -Neural Network Prediction of Bed Material Load Transport, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 57, 5, 956-966, 2012.    [IF = 1.447]

    138. Bimlesh Kumar - Priming methods for siphon, Journal of Indian Water works Association, 143-148, April-June 2012.  

    137. Bimlesh Kumar - Design Consideration for Circulating Water Conductor System of a Power Plant, Dam Engineering, 22, 2, 103-116, 2011.    

    136. Bimlesh Kumar - Flow Resistance in Alluvial Channel, Water Resources, Springer, 38, 6, 745-754, 2011.    [IF = 0.326]

    135. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Bimlesh Kumar - Geometry of Sand-bed Channels with Seepage, Geomorphology, 128, 3-4, 171-177, 2011.  [IF = 2.119]

    134. Gopu Sreenivasulu, Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Variation of Stream Power with Seepage in Sand-bed Channels, Water SA, 37, 1, 115-120, 2011.  [IF = 0.337]

    133. Bimlesh Kumar - Data mining approach for Friction factor in Mobile bed channel, Proceedings of the ICE - Water Management, 164, 1, 15-25, 2011.    [IF = 0.677]

    132. Bimlesh Kumar, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Incipient Motion Design of Sand Bed Channels affected by Bed suction, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 74, 2, 321-328, 2010.   [IF = 1.766]

    131. Bimlesh Kumar, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Regime Relationships of Alluvial Canal with Seepage, Journal of  Hydraulic Research, IAHR, 48, 3, 315-319, 2010.[IF = 1.037]

    130. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Metamodeling approach to Predict Friction Factor in Alluvial Channel, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 70, 144- 150, 2010  [IF = 1.766]

    129. Bimlesh Kumar, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Radial Basis Function Network based Design of Incipient Motion Condition of Alluvial Channels with Seepage, Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 58, 2, 102-113, 2010. [IF = 1.231]

    128. Bimlesh Kumar, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Metamodel-based design of alluvial channels at incipient motion subjected to Seepage, Hydrological Sciences Journal, 55,3,459-466, 2010  [IF = 1.216]

    127. Gopu Sreenivasulu, Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Saurabh Triphati- Analysis of gradually- and Spatially-varied flow in sand bed Channels, Journal of  Hydraulic Research, IAHR, 48, 2, 274-279, 2010. [IF = 1.037]

    126. Bimlesh Kumar - Computer Simulated Dam Break Analysis,  Construction India,  12 (3), 54-60, 2010.

     

    125. Praveen Kumar and Bimlesh Kumar - In-stream hydrokinetic energy farm: implementation strategies for Indian context, Electrical India, 50 (5), 52-57, 2010.

     

    124. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Defining Storage Tank for Water Distribution System in India,  Construction India, 12 (9), 166-170, 2010.

    123. Bimlesh Kumar, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Resistance Equation for Open Channel, Journal of  Indian Water Works Association, Oct.-Dec., 299-305, 2009.

    122. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Transition to Turbulent Pipe Flow, Journal of of Hydraulic Research, IAHR, 47, 4, 529-533, 2009 [IF = 1.037]

    121. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Energy Losses at Pipe Trifurcations, Urban Water Journal, Taylor & Francis, 6, 4, 333-340, 2009

    120. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Analytical Formulation of the Correction Factor applied in Einstein - Barbarossa Equation (1952), Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 57, 1, 40-44, 2009  [IF = 1.231]

    119. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Incipient Motion Criterion for Plane Bed Channels, International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research, 36, 1, 80-95, 2009

    118. Gopu Sreenivasulu, Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - RBF modeling of Incipient Motion of Plane Sand Bed Channels, International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Technologies, 3, 5, 168-173, 2009.

    117. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Estimating Bed Shear from Velocity Profile, Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics, 56, 1,1-9, 2008.  [IF = 1.231]

    116. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Finding Optimal Design Diameter of Pipeline , International Journal of Applied Engineering research 3, 5, 659-666, 2008.

    115. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Gopu Sreenivasulu -Metamodeling approach to design the alluvial channels at Incipient motion, International Journal of Sediment Research, WASER, 22, 3, 2007, 218-227. [IF = 0.908]

    114. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Gopu Sreenivasulu - Incipient Motion Prediction of Plane Sand Bed Channels: Metamodeling approach, International Journal of Lakes and Rivers, 1, 2, 2006.

    113. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Friction Factor for Turbulent Pipe Flow, Journal of Indian Water Works Association, 29-36, Oct-Dec, 2006 This article has been awarded "Shri Kancharaddy Memorial prize" for the best article published in the year 2006.

    B. Environmental Hydraulics

    112. Pritam Talukdar, V. V. Kulkarni and Bimlesh Kumar -A review of Water quality models and monitoring methods for capabilities of Pollutant source identification, classification and transport simulation, Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology, (accepted for publication)   [IF = 14.284]

    111. K. Raghvendra Singh, Rahul Dutta, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar -Study of physico-chemical parameters and wetland water quality assessment by using Shannon’s entropy, Applied Water Science, (accepted for publication)   [IF = 5.411]

    110. K. Raghvendra Singh, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Source apportionment for spatial variation of surface water quality using Chemometric techniques Environmental Forensics, (accepted for publication) [IF = 1.88]

    109. K. Raghvendra Singh, Ankit P. Goswami, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Water quality evaluation and apportionment of pollution sources: a case study of the baralia and puthimari river (india) Water Practice and Technology,  16 (2), 1692-705, 2021.

    108. K. Raghvendra Singh, Ankit P. Goswami, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar -Surface water quality and health risk assessment of Kameng river (Assam, India), Water Practice and Technology, 15 (4), 1190-1201, 2020.

    107. K. Raghvendra Singh, Rahul Dutta, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Review of existing heavy metal contamination indices and development of an entropy-based improved indexing approach, Environment Development and Sustainability, 22, 8, 7847-7864, 2020.  [IF = 2.191]

    106. K. Raghvendra Singh, Ankit P. Goswami, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Development of Irrigation Water Quality Index Incorporating Information Entropy, Environment Development and Sustainability, 22, 3119-3132,  2020.  [IF = 2.191]

    105. K. Raghvendra Singh, Ankit P. Goswami, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Assessment of surface water quality of Pagladia, Beki and Kolong river (Assam, India) using multivariate statistical techniques, The International Journal of River Basin Management, doi=10.1080/15715124.2019.1566236.

    104. K. Raghvendra Singh, Rahul Dutta, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Information entropy as a tool in surface water quality assessment, Environmental Earth Science, 78, 1, 15,  2019.  [IF = 1.435]

    103. K. Raghvendra Singh, Rahul Dutta, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - An Investigation on Water Quality Variability and Identification of Ideal Monitoring Locations by Using Entropy Based Disorder Indices, Science of The Total Environment, 647, 1444-1455, 2019. [IF = 4.610]

    102. K. Raghvendra Singh, Rahul Dutta, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Risk characterization and surface water quality assessment of Manas River, Assam (India) with an emphasis on the TOPSIS method of multi-objective decision making, Environmental Earth Science, 77, 23, 780, 2018.  [IF = 1.435]

    101. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Design of Unbaffled Stirred tank with Curved Blade Impeller, Journal of Engineering Thermophysics, Springer, 27, 2, 254-269, 2018.   [IF = 0.767]

    100. K. Raghvendra Singh, Nidhi Bharti, Ajay S Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar - Surface Water quality assessment of Amingaon (Assam, India) using multivariate statistical techniques, Water Practice and Technology, 12, 4, 997-1008, 2017.

    99. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Vortex Depth analysis in an Unbaffled Stirred Tank with Curved Blade Impeller, Chemistry and Chemical Technology, 11, 3, 301-307, 2017.

    98. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Mass Transfer and Power Characteristics of Stirred Tank with Rushton and Curved Blade Impeller, Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, 20, 2, 730-737, 2017.

    97. V. S. Verma, A. Kalamdhad and Bimlesh Kumar  - Optimization of waste combinations during In-vessel composting of agricultural waste, Waste Management and Research, 35, 1, 101-109, 2017. [IF = 1.338]

    96. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Optimal Impeller Clearance for Dual Stirred Unbaffled Tank with Curved Blade Impeller, Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics, Springer, 89, 4, 948-953, 2016.  

    95. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Detached eddy simulation of turbulent flow in stirred tank reactor, Procedia Engineering, 127, 87-94, 2015.  

    94. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Flow in Stirred tank with Curved Blade Impeller, Journal of Engineering Thermophysics, Springer, 24, 2, 152-168, 2015.   [IF = 0.522]

    93. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Design of Gas-liquid Stirred tank with Curved Blade Impeller, Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics, Springer, 88, 1, 76-87, 2015.   

    92. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar - Scale up Criteria for Dual Stirred Gas-liquid Unbaffled Stirred tank with Concave Blade Impeller, The Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Springer, 31, 8, 1339-1348, 2014.   [IF = 1.241]

    91. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Effect of Superficial gas velocity on Process Dynamics in Bioreactors, Thermophysics and Aeromechanics, Springer,  21, 3, 309-326, 2014.   [IF = 0.304]

     

    90. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Comparison of Flow Patterns of Dual Rushton with CD-6 impeller, Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering, Springer, 47, 4, 410-421, 2013.   [IF = 0.376]

     

    89. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - CFD Simulation of Flow Patterns in Dual Impeller Stirred Tank, International Journal of Modeling and Simulation, 33, 2, 2013.

     

    88. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - CFD Simulation of Flow Patterns in Unbaffled Stirred Tank with CD-6 Impeller, Chemical Industry and Chemical Engineering Quarterly, 18, 4, 535-546, 2012.    [IF = 0.61]

     

    87. Bimlesh Kumar - Vortex in Baffled Surface Aerator, International Journal of Environmental Engineering, Inderscience Publication, 4, 1-2, 24-33, 2012.

     

    86. Bimlesh Kumar and Thiyam Tamphasana Devi - Oxygen Transfer With Circulation Flow Rate In Unbaffled Surface Aerator, Chemistry and Chemical Technology, 6, 2, 203-207, 2012.

     

    85. Bimlesh Kumar and Thiyam Tamphasana Devi - Microscale of Turbulence and Oxygen Transfer in Surface Aerator, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 6, 3, 569-574, 2012.   [IF = 0.607]

     

    84. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar  - Turbulent Modeling of Stirred Tank with CD-6 Impeller, Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics, 10, 2, 141-155, 2011. [IF = 0.689]

     

    83. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi, Annu Priya Sinha, Meena Thakre and Bimlesh Kumar - Impeller Submergence Depth for Stirred Tanks, Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis,  6, 2, 122-127, 2011. [IF = 0.348]

     

    82. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi, Banoth Malsur and Bimlesh Kumar -Stirred Tank with Arrowhead Impeller- Influence of Submergence Depth on Power Consumption, Chemical Engineering Research Bulletin, 15, 1, 45-47, 2011.

     

    81. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Analyzing Flow Hydrodynamics in Stirred Tank with CD-6 and Rushton Impeller, International Review of Chemical Engineering, 3, 4, 440-448, 2011.

     

    80. Bimlesh Kumar, Ajey Kumar Patel and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao  - Parameter Optimization of Unbaffled Circular Surface aeration Tanks, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 53, 1, 21-26, 2011

     

    79. Bimlesh Kumar, Ajey Kumar Patel and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao  - Investigations of Mixing Time Scales in Baffled Circular Surface Aeration Tanks, Environmental Engineering Research, 16, 1, 47-51, 2011

     

    78. Bimlesh Kumar, Ajey Kumar Patel and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Mass Transfer and Shear Rate in Baffled Surface Aerator, The Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Springer, 28, 2, 502-506, 2011  [IF = 1.241]

     

    77. Bimlesh Kumar and T. Thiyam Devi -Impeller Submergence Depth on Power Consumption of Mixing Tank, International Proceedings of  Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering, 4, 76-78, 2011

     

    76. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Performance Comparison of Batch and Continuous Flow Surface Aeration Systems, The Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Springer, 27, 6, 1796-1800, 2010 [IF = 1.241]

     

    75. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Continuous Flow Surface Aeration Tanks, Chemical Engineering and Technology, Wiley-Inter Science, 33, 2, 305-314, 2010 [IF = 1.366]

     

    74. Bimlesh Kumar- Energy Dissipation and Shear Rate with Geometry of baffled surface aerator, Chemical Engineering Research Bulletin, 14, 2, 92-96, 2010 

     

    73. Bimlesh Kumar, Thiyam Tamphasana Devi, Ajey Kumar Patel and Ankit Bhatla-Optimal configuration for power consumption in baffled surface aeration tanks, Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 5, 2, 87-93, 2010. [IF = 0.348]

     

    72. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Ajey Kumar Patel and Bimlesh Kumar - Power Characteristics of Surface Aerators, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 85, 805-813, 2010  [IF = 2.504]

     

    71. Bimlesh Kumar, Ajey Kumar Patel and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao  - Shape Effect on Optimal Geometric Conditions in Surface Aeration Systems, The Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Springer, 27, 1, 159-162, 2010  [IF = 1.241]

     

    70. Bimlesh Kumar, Ajey Kumar Patel and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao  - Energy Dissipation with Geometric parameters in Unbaffled Surface Aerator, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 4, 2, 80-84, 2010.

     

    69. Bimlesh Kumar - Variability of Energy Dissipation and Shear Rate with Geometry in unbaffled Surface Aerator, Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 4, 2, 55-60, 2009. [IF = 0.348]

     

    68. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Oxygen Transfer and Energy Dissipation Rate in Surface Aerator, Bioresource Technology,100, 11, 2886-2888, 2009 [IF = 4.453]

     

    67. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao- Oxygen Transfer and shear Rate in Surface Aerator, Environmental Technology, 30, 9, 947-951, 2009 [IF = 1.606]

     

    66. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar -Resistance characteristics of Surface Aerator, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 135, 1, 38-44, 2009 [IF = 1.272]

     

    65. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar -Closure to Resistance characteristics of Surface Aerator, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, 136, 3, 193, 2010 [IF = 1.272]

     

    64. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Ajey Kumar Patel - Vortex Behavior of Unbaffled Surface Aerator, Science Asia, 35, 2, 183-188, 2009 [IF = 0.398]

     

    63. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Ajey Kumar Patel and Bimlesh Kumar  - Optimal Geometric Parameters in Baffled Surface Aeration Systems, Water Practice and Technology, IWA, 4,3, 2009 

     

    62. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Ajey Kumar Patel and Bimlesh Kumar  - Oxygen Transfer in Circular Surface Aeration Tanks, Environmental Technology,30, 7, 747-753, 2009 [IF = 1.606]

     

    61. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Simulating Surface Aeration systems at different scale of mixing time, Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering,  17, 2, 355-358, 2009 [IF = 0.92]

     

    60. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Scale up parameter for surface aeration systems, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, The Berkeley Electronic Press, 6, A66, 2008. [IF = 0.733]

     

    59. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Design Considerations and Economics of Different Shaped Surface Aeration Tanks, The Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering, Springer, 25, 6, 1338-1343, 2008. [IF = 1.241]

     

    58. Bimlesh Kumar, Neelam Verma and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Methodology to Conserve Energy in Surface Aerators, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 7, 2, 137-141, 2008. [IF = 1.117]

     

    57. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Scaling-Up the Geometrically Similar Unbaffled Circular Tank Surface Aerator, Chemical Engineering and Technology, Wiley-InterScience, 31, 2, 287-293, 2008.  [IF = 1.366]

     

    56. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Ajey Kumar Patel - Relative Performance of Different Shaped Surface Aeration Tanks, Water Quality Research Journal of Canada. 42, 1, 26-40, 2007.  [IF = 0.71]

     

    55. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Aspect Ratio Effect on Oxygen Transfer in Rectangular Tank Surface Aerator, Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, Wiley InterScience, 2, 6, 592-598, 2007. [IF = 0.797]

     

    54. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar- Square Tank surface aerators: Process modeling and parameter optimization, Journal of Environmental Informatics, Published by International Society for Environmental Information Sciences, 9, 2, 108-117, 2007.  [IF = 3.773]

     

    53. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Theoretical Power Per Unit Volume and Unbaffled Stirred Tank, Chemical Technology, Indian Journal, 2 (2), 56-60, 2007.

    52. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Scale-up Criteria of Square Surface Aerators, Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 96, 3, 464-470, 2007. [IF = 3.037]

     

    51. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar- The Use of Circular Surface Aerators in Wastewater Treatment Tanks, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 82(1), 101-107, 2007, DOI: 10.1002/jctb.1643.   [IF = 2.504]

     

    50. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Rectangular Tank Surface Aerators: Scale-Up Criteria and Energy conservation, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 3(4), 427-435, 2006[IF = 1.794]

    49. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Ajey Kumar Patel - Rectangular Surface Aerators, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 47(1), 47-52, 2005. 

    C. Energy Planning

    48. Rahul Hiremath, S. S. Bansode and Bimlesh Kumar- Achieving Sustainability through improvement in the textile wet process using Particle Swarm Optimization and Tabu Search Algorithm, Textile Research Journal, accepted for publication)   [IF =2.455].

    47. Ravi Teja Kusuma, Rahul B. Hiremath, Pachimatla Rajesh, Bimlesh Kumar and Suresh Renukappa- Sustainable Transition towards Biomass-based Cement Industry: A review, Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, (accepted for publication)   [IF = 14.982].

    46. Sayani Saha, Rahul Hiremath, Sanjany Prasad and Bimlesh Kumar- Barriers to Adoption of Commercial Green Buildings in India: A Review, Journal of Infrastructure Development, 13(2), 107-128, 2021.

    45. Rahul Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, K. Raviteja, and S.S. Bansode- An Overview of Biomass Estimation Methods, Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, Accepted.

    44. Rahul Hiremath, Vanishree Joseph, Bimlesh Kumar, and Rakesh Yadav- Is Climate Change affecting Women's Health more?, Journal of Climate Change, 7(2), 73-75, 2021.

    43. Rahul Hiremath, R. Kattumuri, Bimlesh Kumar, and G. R. Hiremath- Health and safety aspects of textile workers from Solapur (India) textile industries, Indian Journal of Community Health, 26, 4, 364-369, 2014. 

    42. Rahul Hiremath, P. Balachandra, Bimlesh Kumar, S S Bansode and J Murali - Indicator based Urban Sustainability-a Review, Energy for Sustainable Development, Elsevier,   17, 6, 555-563, 2013.  [IF = 2.221]

    41. Rahul Hiremath, R. Kattumuri, Bimlesh Kumar, Vishwas N Khatri and S. S. Patil- An Integrated Networking Approach for a Sustainable Textile Sector in Solapur City, India, Urban Challenge, 23, 2, 140-151, 2012. 

    40. Rahul Hiremath and Bimlesh Kumar - Low Cost Bioenergy Options for Rural India, Journal of Management in Engineering, ASCE, 28, 1, 70-80, 2012.  [IF = 0.72]

    39. Rahul Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, P.Balachandra and N.H. Ravindranath - Decentralised Sustainable Energy Planning of Tumkur District, India, Environmental Progress and Sustainable Energy, 38, 2, 248-258, 2011 [IF = 1.054]

    38. Rahul Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, P.Balachandra and N.H. Ravindranath - Implications of Decentralised Energy Planning for Rural India, Journal of Sustainable Energy and Environment, 2, 31-40, 2011.

    37. Bimlesh Kumar and Praveen Kumar- Green Economy: policy framework for sustainable development, Current Science, 100, 7, 961, 2011 [IF = 0.78]

    36. Rahul Hiremath and Bimlesh Kumar - Decentralized Energy Planning towards Sustainable Development, Indian Development Review: An International Journal of Development Economics.

    35. Bimlesh Kumar and Rahul Hiremath- Sustainable Energy Planning: Environmental and Social Benefits, Global Journal of Finance and Management, 3, 2,209-216, 2011. 

    34. Bimlesh Kumar - Public Transport for Climate Change, Current Science, 100, 4, 447-448, 2011 [IF = 0.78]

    33. Bimlesh Kumar, Praveen Kumar, Ajay Kalamdhad and L. Boeing Singh-Sustainable Energy Planning for India, Construction India, 16, 1, 104-112, 2011 

    32. Bimlesh Kumar - Chemicals management in India, Current Science, 100, 2, 148, 2011 [IF = 0.78]

    31. Bimlesh Kumar - Letter to the Editor on Public Transport, 24th January 2011, Transport Topics.

    30. Rahul Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, P.Balachandra and N.H. Ravindranath - Sustainable Bioenergy Production Strategies for Rural India, Mitigation and Adaptation of Strategies for Global Change, 15, 571-590, 2010. [IF = 1.856]

    29. Bimlesh Kumar - Energy, Environment and Sustainability, Nirman, 1(1), 12-13,  2010.

    28. Rahul Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, P.Balachandra and N.H. Ravindranath - Bottom up Approach for Decentralised Energy Planning: Case Study of Tumkur District in India, Energy Policy, 38, 862-874, 2010  [IF = 2.743]

    27. Bimlesh Kumar, Rahul Hiremath, P.Balachandra and N.H. Ravindranath - Bioenergy and Food Security: Indian Context, Energy for Sustainable Development, Elsevier, 13, 4, 265-270, 2009. [IF = 2.221] {Most cited articles in this journal}

    26. RB Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, P.Balachandra, N.H. Ravindranath and B.N. Raghunandan- Decentralised Energy Planning Through a Case Study of Typical Village in India, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, American Institute of Physics Publications, 1, 4, 043103-1, 043103-24, 2009. [IF = 1.51]

    25. Bimlesh Kumar  and Rahul Hiremath- What would be the three key preconditions for jumpstarting or scaling up the transfer of environmentally sound technologies for climate change to developing countries? Natural Resources Forum - A united Nations  Sustainable Development Journal, Wiley, 33, 334-337, 2009 [IF = 0.98]

    24. Rahul Hiremath and Bimlesh Kumar - Can the growing demand for biofuels be met without threatening food security? Natural Resources Forum - A united Nations  Sustainable Development Journal, Wiley, 33, 2, 171-173, 2009 [IF = 0.98]

    23. RB Hiremath, Bimlesh Kumar, P.Balachandra, N.H. Ravindranath and B.N. Raghunandan- Decentralized Renewable Energy: Scope, Relevance and Applications in the Indian Context, Energy for Sustainable Development, Elsevier, 13, 1, 3-9, 2009.[IF = 2.221]

    D. Other areas of Civil Engineering 

    22. Aaron Chadee, Sihara Gallage, Hector Martin, Upaka Rathnayake, Indrajit Ray, Bimlesh Kumar, Parveen Sihag- Minimizing Liability of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Construction Contracts-A Structural Equation Model for Risk Mitigation of Force Majeure Impacts. Buildings MDPI  (accepted for publication) [IF =3.324]

    21. Santanu Pathak; Rajan Choudhary; Abhinay Kumar and  Bimlesh Kumar- Mechanical Properties of Open Graded Asphalt Friction Course Mixtures with Basic Oxygen Furnace Steel Slag as Coarse Aggregates. Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, ASCE  (accepted for publication) [IF =3.651]

    20. Pattanaik, Madhu Lisha, Sanjit Kumar, Rajan Choudhary, Mayank Agarwal, and Bimlesh Kumar- Predicting the abrasion loss of open-graded friction course mixes with EAF steel slag aggregates using machine learning algorithms. Construction and Building Materials 321 (2022): 126408 [IF =6.141]

    19. Madhu Lisha Pattanaik, Rajan Choudhary, Bimlesh Kumar and A. Kumar- Mechanical Properties of Open Graded Friction Course Mixtures with Different Contents of Electric Arc Furnace Steel Slag as an Alternative Aggregate from Steel Industries, Road Materials and Pavement Design,  22(2), 268-292, 2021.[IF =3.792]

     

    18. Madhu Lisha Pattanaik, Rajan Choudhary, Bimlesh Kumar and A. Kumar- Prediction of Frictional Characteristics of Bituminous Mixes Using Group Method of Data Handling and Multigene Symbolic Genetic Programming, Engineering With Computers, 36,18751888. 2020. [IF =7.963]

     

    17. R. Acharyya, A. Dey and Bimlesh Kumar - Finite element and ANN-based prediction of Bearing Capacity of Square Footing Resting on the Crest of C-Φ Soil Slope, International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 14:2, 176-187, 2020.

     

    16.Shivpreet Sharma, Anil Kumar Mishra and Bimlesh Kumar - Prediction of coefficient of consolidation using Multi-Gene Genetic Programming, INAE Letters, 4, 173179, 2019 .

     

    15. Madhu Lisha Pattanaik, Rajan Choudhary and Bimlesh Kumar - Moisture Susceptibility of Open Graded Friction Course Mixes with EAF Steel Slag and Modified Binders, Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, ASTM 8, 1, 248-266, 2019.

     

    14.Madhu Lisha Pattanaik, Rajan Choudhary and Bimlesh Kumar - Laboratory Evaluation of Mix Design Parameters of Open-Graded Friction Course Mixes with Electric Arc Furnace Steel Slag, Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, ASTM, 7, 1, 616-632, 2018.

     

    13.Madhu Lisha Pattanaik, Rajan Choudhary and Bimlesh Kumar - Clogging Evaluation of Open Graded Friction Course Mixes with EAF Steel Slag and Modified Binders, Construction and Building Materials, 159, 220-233, 2018. [IF =3.169]

     

    12.Madhu Lisha Pattanaik, Rajan Choudhary and Bimlesh Kumar - Evaluation of Frictional Pavement Resistance as a Function of Aggregate Physical Properties, Journal of Tramsportation Engineering- Part B. Pavements, 142 (2), 2017

     

    11.Anil Mishra, Bimlesh Kumar and S - Prediction of hydraulic conductivity of soil bentonite mixture, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 14(8), 1625-1634, 2017. [IF =2.344]

     

    10. Anil Mishra, Bimlesh Kumar and Jagori Dutta - Prediction of hydraulic conductivity of soil bentonite mixture using hybrid-ANN approach, Journal of Environmental Informatics, Published by International Society for Environmental Information Sciences, 27, 2, 98-105, 2016. [IF = 3.857]

     

    9. Bimlesh Kumar and Ankit Bhatla - Genetic algorithm optimized neural network prediction of friction factor in mobile bed channel, Journal of Intelligent Systems, 19, 4, 317-337, 2010.

     

    8. Bimlesh Kumar, Ankit Bhatla, R R Kumar, Bulbule T and K Junnuri- Intelligent prediction of friction factor in alluvial channel, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 5, 18, 3031-3039, 2010.  

     

    7. Bimlesh Kumar and Pijush Samui - Determination of Stability Numbers for Soil Slopes following Non-Associated non-coaxial Flow rule, International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering,4, 1, 89-97, 2010.

     

    6. Bimlesh Kumar and Pijush Samui - Application of ANN for predicting pore water pressure response in a shake table test, International Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 2, 153-160, 2008.

     

    5. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar- Neural Modeling of Square tank Surface aerators, ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering, 133, 4, 411-418, 2007.  [IF = 1.399]

     

    4. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Environmental Impact Assessment-A Case Study of Hydropower Project, Environmental Science-An Indian Journal, 3, 1, 2008.

     

    3. B. Srinivas, Bimlesh Kumar and B K RaghuPrasad - Investigation of the ductility demand in multi-storey buildings subjected to near field ground motions using neural network approach, Journal of Earthquake Engineering, Taylor-Francis, 12, 8, 1314-1324, 2008. [IF = 0.73]

     

    2. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar- Predicting Re-aeration rates in surface aerators by using Artificial Neural Method, International Journal of Applied Environmental Science,2, 2, 155-166, 2007.

     

    1. Pijush Samui and Bimlesh Kumar  - Artificial Neural Network Prediction of Stability Numbers for Two-layered Slopes With Associated Flow Rules, Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering, 2006, 11, Bundle B.

    Publications in Conferences / Workshops

    1. Bimlesh Kumar and Pijush Samui - Sensitivity analysis of parameters on stability numbers, In the Proceedings of International Conference on Civil Engineering in the New Millennium: Opportunities and Challenges (CENeM-2007), January 11-14, 2007, Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, Howrah, West Bengal, India.

    2. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar - Economizing the Energy Consumption in Circular Surface Aerator, Reference No-MT5-Op-1059 International conference on Environment: Survival and Sustainability, 19-24th  February 2007 Nicosia-Northern Cyprus Near East University- Nicosia -Northern Cyprus- MERSİN 10 - TURKEY

    3. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar -Theoretical power per unit volume and stirred tanks, A National Conference on Hydraulics and Water Resources With Special Emphasis on Linking of Rivers, Hydro 2006Organized by Indian Society of Hydraulics, 8-9th December, 2006, Bharati Vidyapeeth, Deemed University, Pune

    4. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar -Square Tank Surface Aerator: Energy Efficiency and Size, The National Conference and Exhibition on Civil Engineering; Meeting the Challenges of Tomorrow, to held at Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana (Punjab) during 24-25 November, 2006

    5. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Bimlesh Kumar and Gopu Sreenivasulu-  Friction Factor for Pipe Flow: Basic Formulations, AICTE Sponsored Workshop on Design and Analysis of Water Distribution Networks for development program of Engineering College Staff, ACEHosur, Tamilnadu, India, September 17 - 21, 2007, available on CD-ROM.

    6. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Bimlesh Kumar-  Estimation of Hazen Williams C and optimal diameter of the pipeline, AICTE Sponsored Workshop on Design and Analysis of Water Distribution Networks for development program of Engineering College Staff, ACE, Hosur, Tamilnadu, India, September 17 - 21, available on CD-ROM.

    7. Bimlesh Kumar , Neelam Verma and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao - Methodology to Conserve Energy in Surface Aerators Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan Bhopal - November 23-25, 2007, available on CD-ROM.

    8. Bimlesh Kumar and Achanta Ramakrishna Rao-  Methodology for Conserving Energy in Circular Surface Aerators,  IWA 8th Specialised Conference on Small Water and Wastewater Systems, KCT , India, February 06 - 08, 2008..

    9. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar -  Surface Aeration Systems at Different scales of Mixing, The 23rd  International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A. March 30 - April 2, 2008..

    10. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao and Bimlesh Kumar -  Optimal Geometric Parameters of Continuous Flow Surface Aeration System, The 23rd  International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A. March 30 - April 2, 2008.

    11. Bimlesh Kumar and Rahul B Hiremath - Will Decentralized Energy Planning Help in Climate Change Mitigation,  International Conference in Climate Change (CCDC 2010), February 19-22, 2010, Kottayam, Kerala, India.

    12. Bimlesh Kumar - Oxygen Transfer at Turbulent Microscale,  International Congress of Environmental Research, 2010, September 16-18, 2010, UoM, Reduit, Mauritius.

    13. Bimlesh Kumar-  Sewerage System, MoUD Sponsored Workshop on Sustainable Development of Hilly Urban Area for Mitigating Water Related Hazards, Centre of Excellence for Integrated Landuse Planning and Water Resource Management, Department of Civil Engineering, IITG, Guwahati, October 26-28, 2010.

    14. Bimlesh Kumar - Energy Efficiency: Batch and Continuous Flow Surface Aeration Systems, International Conference on Environmental Challenges: A Global Concern, 2010, October 15-16, 2010, Jalandhar, Punjab.

    15. Bimlesh Kumar -Sustainable Bioenergy, National Conference on Renewable Energy for Development of Underdeveloped Areas with Particular reference to North East India, March 23-25, 2010, Department of Energy, Tezpur University Tezpur.

    16. Achanta Ramakrishna Rao, Gopu Sreenivasulu and Bimlesh Kumar-  Design of Alluvial Channel Regime with Seepage, National Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources, Coastal and Environmental Engineering (HYDRO 2010), 53-58, December 16-18, 2010, Ambala.

    17. Bimlesh Kumar - Erosion Process in Alluvial Channel, Seeking Sustainable Solutions for the Brahmaputra:Challenges and Opportunities (SSSBCO - 2010), International Conference organized by: Core Professional Group for the Brahmaputra (CPGB), December 18-19, Hotel Gateway Grandeur, G. S. Road, Guwahati

    18. Bimlesh Kumar - Energy for Sustainable Development, International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment, December 23-25, 2010, Earl's Regency, Kandy, Sri Lanka

    19. Bimlesh Kumar and T. Thiyam Devi -Impeller Submergence Depth on Power Consumption of Mixing Tank, International Conference on Environmental Science and Development, ICESD 2011, January 7-9, 2011, Mumbai, 76-78.

    20. T. Ganguly, A. K. Dubey, S. Dutta, S. A. Katha and Bimlesh Kumar - Hydrological Trend Analysis of the Ganga Flow at Farakka Barage, International conference on Sustainable Watrer Resources Management and Climate Change Adaptation, 17 - 19 Februray 2011, 194-203, National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India..

    21. T. Thiyam Devi, B. Malsur and Bimlesh Kumar-Optimal Impeller Submergence Depth for Stirred Tank, International Conference on Thermal Energy and Environment (INCOTEE, 2011), 620-623, March 24-26, 7-9, 2011, Kalasalingam University, Anand Nagar, Tamilnadu, India.

    22. Bimlesh Kumar and V. Deshpande- Quantification of Hydraulic Parameters at stable Alluvial Channel, International Seminar on River, Society and Sustainable Development, 26 - 29 May 2011, Dibrugarh University, India..

    23. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Power Consumption by different types of impellers used in stirred tanks: A literature review and an introduction to CFD National Conference on WATER, ENERGY AND BIODIVERSITY-with Special reference to North-East Region, August 20-22, 2011, Agartala, Tripura, India.

    24. Sumit Talukdar, Bimlesh Kumar and S. Dutta- Ann prediction of mean velocity in vegetative channel, International conference on Advances in Materials and Techniques for Infrastructure Development, 28 - 30 September 2011, NIT Calicut, India.

    25. Bimlesh Kumar and V. Deshpande- Plane Bed Channel Resistance, International conference on Advances in Materials and Techniques for Infrastructure Development, 28 - 30 September 2011, NIT Calicut, India.

    26. T. Thiyam Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Investigations of mixing in mechanically stirred tank: Comparison of CD-6 impeller and Rushton turbine, National Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering, October 14-16, IT-BHU, India.

    27. Sumit Talukdar, Bimlesh Kumar and S. Dutta- Comparative Analysis of Bed Load Formulas for Intense Bedload Channels, National Conference on Recent Advances in Civil Engineering, October 14-16, IT-BHU, India.

    28. T. Thiyam Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Application of standard k-ε turbulence model for designing of stirred tanks, 4th International Congress of Environmental Research, December 15-17, 2011, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), Surat, India.

    29. Sumit Talukdar, Bimlesh Kumar and S. Dutta- Effect of Bedload on Channel Stability, National conference on Recent advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Development, December 21-22, 2011, Department of Civil Engineering, Jaypee University of Engineering &Technology, GUNA, India.

    30. V. Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar - Generalized downstream hydraulic geometry relations, National conference on Recent advancements in Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Development, December 21-22, 2011, Department of Civil Engineering, Jaypee University of Engineering &Technology, GUNA, India.

    31. Dubey, A. K., Verma, R., Dutta, S., Gupta, P., Bimlesh Kumar-Morphological dynamics of Brahmaputra River using Satellite Altimetry Derived River Stage records. National Symposium on Empowering Rural India through space Technology, 9-11 November 2011, Bhopal India.

    32. Dubey, A. K., Verma, R., Dutta, S., Gupta, P., Bimlesh Kumar-Use of Satellite Altimetry for the large braided Brahmaputra River. National Conference on Hydraulics and Water Resources (HYDRO 2011), December 29-30, 2011 SVNIT Surat India. 

    33. T. Thiyam Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Dissipation Rates in a Baffled Stirred Tank of Rusthon Turbine, 14th Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering, February 21-24, 2012, Singapore.

    34. S. Talukdar, Vishal Deshpande, Bimlesh Kumar-and S. Dutta- Explicit empirical prediction of Incipient motion for Alluvial River. Ensure 2012, IIT Guwahati, February 24-26, 2012,  IITG Guwahati, India. 

    35. Mahesh Patel, Vishal Deshpande, S. Talukdar, Bimlesh Kumar and S. Dutta- Use of Large Tilting Flume to Characterize the Sediment Movement in River. Ensure 2012, IIT Guwahati, February 24-26, 2012, IITG Guwahati, India. 

    36. V. Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar-- Downstream Hydraulic Geometry for a River in its Dynamic Equilibrium. Ensure 2012, IIT Guwahati, February 24-26, 2012, IITG Guwahati, India. 

    37. T. Thiyam Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- CFD simulation of flow patterns in Dual Impeller Stirred Tank, World Congress on Biotechnology-2012, May 4-6, 2012, Hyderabad, India.

    38. T.Thiyam Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Quantifying multiphase characteristics in Double impeller stirred tank, National Conference on Frontiers in Chemical Sciences (FICS) -2012, December 03-04, 2012, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati.

    39. Anjaneya and Bimlesh Kumar- Genetic Programming for Vegetated Channel, International Conference on Advanced Computer Theory and Engineering, December 27, 2012, Bangalore, India.

    40. T Bebina Devi, Bimlesh Kumar and S. Dutta- Analysis of Flow Predictors in Rigid Vegetated Channel, National Conference on Sustainable Water Resources Planning, managment and Impact of Climate Change, April 5-6, 2013, Birla Institute of Technology and Science-Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, Hyderabad, India.

    41. Vishal Deshpande, Harish Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Evolution of Channel Shape with Seepage, Recent Advances in Civil Engineering (RACE) , NIT Patna, 13-14  June, 2013.

    42. Vishal Deshpande, Satish Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of Seepage on Mannings Coefficient in Alluvial Channel, Recent Advances in Civil Engineering (RACE), NIT Patna, 13-14  June, 2013.

    43. Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Resistance predictor with bed forms in alluvial channel, International Conference on Sustainable Innovative Techniques In Civil and Environmental Engineering (SITCEE- 2013), 5th-6th June 2013, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

    44. Vishal Deshpande, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Temporal variation of Critical Parameters in Threshold Channel, International Conference On Climate Change, Water Resources and Disasters in Mountainous Regions: Building Resilience to Changing Climate in November 27-29, 2013 SOHAM-Nepal, Babarmahal, Kathmandu.

    45.Rutuja Chavan and Bimlesh Kumar Development of Incipient motion Criteria for Alluvial Channel, National Conference On Water and its Sustainability in mining and Other Environment: Vision 2050 on March 28-29, 2014, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.

    46.Neeraj Balot and Bimlesh Kumar- Resistance Relationship for Alluvial Channel, National Conference On Water and its Sustainability in mining and Other Environment: Vision 2050 on March 28-29, 2014, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.

    47.Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Near Bed hydrodynamics of Vegetative Channel with Seepage, National Conference On Water and its Sustainability in mining and Other Environment: Vision 2050 on March 28-29, 2014, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.

    48.Mahesh Patel, Sainath Panigrahi and Bimlesh Kumar- Dam break Analysis: A case study, National Conference On Water and its Sustainability in mining and Other Environment: Vision 2050 on March 28-29, 2014, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.

    49.Varsha Shivpure, Pankaj Kumar Meena and Bimlesh Kumar- Sensitivity Analysis of Parameters Governing Bed-material Load Transport, National Conference On Water and its Sustainability in mining and Other Environment: Vision 2050 on March 28-29, 2014, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad.

    50.Jaideep S, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Gaussian Process Regression to Predict Incipient motion of alluvial Channel, 4th International Conference On Soft Computing for Problem Solving on December 27-29, 2014, Department of Mathematics, NIT Silchar.

    51.Mahesh Patel, P. Sainath and Bimlesh Kumar Flow over fluvial bedforms with suction, 5th International and 41st National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid power on December 12-16, 2014, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.

    52. Rishabh Daga, Sumit Kumar Mahto, Rakesh Ranjan, Pankaj Meena and Bimlesh Kumar- Finding important predictors in the determination of friction factor in alluvial channel, 3rd Assam Water Conference 2015, 6th February, 2015 to 7th February, 2015 at Assam Water Research and Management Institute, Basistha, Guwahati- 781029.

    53.Varsha Shivpure, Anurag Sharma, Pankaj Meena and Bimlesh Kumar Soft Computing Approach to Analyze the Parameters of Bed-Material Load Transport, 3rd Assam Water Conference 2015, 6th February, 2015 to 7th February, 2015 at Assam Water Research and Management Institute, Basistha, Guwahati- 781029.

    54.Mahesh Patel, Vishal Deshpande, Jaideep Shreawat, Sumit Kumar Mahto and Bimlesh Kumar- Dam Break Simulation: Case Study of Natural Flood Plain, 3rd Assam Water Conference 2015, 6th February, 2015 to 7th February, 2015 at Assam Water Research and Management Institute, Basistha, Guwahati- 781029.

    55.Sushmita Borah, Rimjhim Kashyap and Bimlesh Kumar- Comparison of Different Methods for Calculating Alternate depths in Open channel, 3rd Assam Water Conference 2015, 6th February, 2015 to 7th February, 2015 at Assam Water Research and Management Institute, Basistha, Guwahati- 781029.

    56. Thokchom Bebina Devi and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow Analysis around Submerged vegetation, IAHR World Congress 2015, The Hague, 28 June to 3 July 2015

    57. Anurag Sharma, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulence in curvilinear bed streams, IAHR World Congress 2015, The Hague, 28 June to 3 July 2015.

    58. Nupur Kalita, Neha Phukon, Mrisgakshee Sarmah and Bimlesh Kumar- Sensitivity Analysis of Parameters Governing Bed-material Load Transport, 20th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering, Hydro-2015, IIT Roorkee, 17th to 19th December, 2015.

    59. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar Probability distribution function of turbulent parameters in curvilinear cross-section mobile bed channel, 20th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering, Hydro-2015, IIT Roorkee, 17th to 19th December, 2015.

    60. Bebina Thokchom Devi, Anurag Sharma, Sumit Kumar Mahto, Rishabh Daga and BBimlesh Kumar- Flow Characteristics in a vegetative channel with downward seepage, 20th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and River Engineering, Hydro-2015, IIT Roorkee, 17th to 19th December, 2015.

    61. Rakesh Ranjan and Bimlesh Kumar- Minimax Probability Machine Regression to predict Incipient motion of alluvial Channel, IEEE workshop on Computational Intelligence: Theories, Applications and Future Directions (WCI), 14 to 17th December, 2015, IIT Kanpur.

    62. Neha Phukon, Mrisgakshee Sarmah and Bimlesh Kumar- Process Modeling of Gas-liquid stired tank with Neural networks, International Conference on Water, Environment, Energy and Society, Bhopal, India, 15th to 18th March, 2016.

    63. Aditya Deshpande, Abhishek Mishra and Bimlesh Kumar -Performance appraisal of Friction factor estimators, International Conference on Water, Environment, Energy and Society, Bhopal, India, 15th to 18th March, 2016.

    64. Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumarand A. K. Sarma-Experimental Study on Mining Pit Migration, National Conference on Water Resources and Hydropower, 17th -18th June, 2016, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun.

    65. Anurag Sharma, Dengkhw Brahma, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar -Turbulent Scale Measurement in Mobile Bed channel, National Conference on Water Resources and Hydropower, 17th -18th June, 2016, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun.

    66. Bebina Thokchom Devi, and Bimlesh Kumar -A Study on the Flow Characteristics in a Finite Vegetation Patch With Downward Seepage, National Conference on Water Resources and Hydropower, 17th -18th June, 2016, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun.

    67. Bebina Thokchom Devi, and Bimlesh Kumar -A Study on the Flow Characteristics in a Partially covered natural vegetation with Downward Seepage, 20th Congress of the Asia Pacific Division of the International Association for Hydro Environment Engineering & Research, IAHR APD 2016, August - 28, 29, 30, 31 Colombo, Sri Lanka.

    68.Mahesh Patel, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of seepage on the friction factor in an alluvial channel, 4th IAHR Europe Congress, Liege Belgium, 27th -29th July 2016.

    69. A. K. Meena, K.Verma, A. Verma, S. Tayal and Bimlesh Kumar-Input Significance Testing of Parameters Governing Bed Load Transport, 3rd  National Conference on Water, Environment & Scociety (NCWES-2016),  Hyderbad, India, 123-128, 6th -8th June 2016.

    70. Mahesh Patel, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar -Resistance to flow in an alluvial channel subjected to seepage, 20th Congress of the Asia Pacific Division of the International Association for Hydro Environment Engineering & Research, IAHR APD 2016, August - 28, 29, 30, 31 Colombo, Sri Lanka.

    71. Rutuja Chavan, Pratik Acharya and Bimlesh Kumar -Experimental investigation of turbulent flow structures and scour depth around bridge pier in an alluvial channel with downward seepage, IBMS 2016 Conference on 4th & 5th October 2016 at NDMC Convention center, New Delhi..

    72. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar -Multiple methods for comparison of bed shear stress in plane and curvilinear cross section mobile bed channel, Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8th – 10th December 2016, pp 72-78.

    73. Rutuja Chavan, B. Venkataramana and Bimlesh Kumar -Investigation of turbulent flow statistics and bed morphology around circular bridge pier, Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8th – 10th December 2016, pp 115-119.

    74. Mrigakshi Sharmah and Bimlesh Kumar -Economic and operational aspects of different protection devices for mitigating transient condition in water distribution network, Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8th – 10th December 2016, pp 129-145.

    75. Rutuja Chavan,  Nairita Mukhopadhyay , Anurag Singh and Bimlesh Kumar - Comparison of existing equation for scour at bridge piers using laboratory and field data, Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8th – 10th December 2016, pp 642-648.

    76. Rutuja Chavan and Bimlesh Kumar -Flow analysis and scour around piers in tandem arrangement, Proceedings of International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro2016), CWPRS Pune, India, 8th – 10th December 2016, pp 928-932

    77. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar - Higher order statistics of Reynolds shear stress in nonuniform sand bed channel, International school of hydraulics, Jachranka, Poland, 23-26 may, 2017.

    78. Anurag Sharma, V. Prasad  and Bimlesh Kumar - Estimation of turbulence properties of acoustic doppler velocimeter data contaminated with spikes, 4th National Conference on Water, Environment and Society (NCWES – 2017), At JNTU Hyderabad, 16-18 March, 2017.

    79. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Characteristics of Flow over Non-Uniform Sand Bed Channel, 37th IAHR World Congress, August 13th-18th, 2017, Kuala-Lumpur, Malaysia.

    80. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of Seepage on Probability Distribution Function of Turbulent Flow, 44th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP – 2017), Amrita University, Amritapuri Campus, Kollam, Kerala from December 14-16, 2017.

    81. Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumarand A. K. Sarma- Statistical Analysis of Bed Feature of an Alluvial Channel at Upstream and Downstream of Mining Pit, 44th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP – 2017), Amrita University, Amritapuri Campus, Kollam, Kerala from December 14-16, 2017.

    82. Abhijit Dilip Lade, Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- A Critical Review of the Physical effects of Sand Mining on Hydraulic Structures, 6th National Conference on Coastal, Harbour and Ocean Engineering, 30th September, 2018, CWPRS, Pune, India

    83. Jyotirmoy Barman, Jyotismita Taye, Bandita Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulent Characteristics of Sinuous River System, International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Chengdu, China September 16-19, 2019.

    84. Abhijit Lade, Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of sand mining on the nature of turbulence around circular bridge piers, International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Chengdu, China September 16-19, 2019.

    85. Bandita Barman, Bimlesh Kumar, Arup Kumar Sarma, and Junqiang Xia- Turbulent Flow Characteristics in a Mining Pit: An Experimental Investigation,  International Symposium on River Sedimentation, Chengdu, China September 16-19, 2019.

    86. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow Structure Over Uniform and Nonuniform Sand Bed Channel, 38th IAHR World Congress, 1-6th September, 2019, Panama.

    87. Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of downward seepage on the flow hydrodynamics of a sinuous channel, 6th India Water Week "River & Reservoir Sediment Management and its Implications for River Restoration". Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi  September 24-28, 2019.

    88.Abhijit Lade and Bimlesh Kumar- Can Close Proximity Mining Activities Compromise the Stability of Bridge Piers? An Experimental Study, HYDRO 2019 - International Conference (Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering), Hyderabad, India December 18-20, 2019.

    89. Jyotirmoy Barman, Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- ANALYSING TURBULENT CHARACTERISTICS OF FLOW IN SINUOUS CHANNEL, HYDRO 2019 - International Conference (Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering), Hyderabad, India December 18-20, 2019.

    90. Jyotismita Taye, Jyotirmoy Barman, Abhijit Lade and Bimlesh Kumar-Effect of Downward Seepage on Flow Behaviour in Sinuous Bend, HYDRO 2019 - International Conference (Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering), Hyderabad, India December 18-20, 2019.

    91. Mahesh Patel, Thiyam T Devi, Bimlesh Kumar, Sahibpreet Singh- Design of Economic Diameter of the Major Pipe Line System: A Case Study, 52nd IWWA CONVENTION, NIT Patna, India January 10-12, 2020.

    92. P. K. Behera, Vishal Deshpande, Bimlesh Kumar- Estimating Discharge Coefficient of Side Weirs, 52nd IWWA CONVENTION, NIT Patna, India January 10-12, 2020.

    93. P. K. Behera, Vishal Deshpande, Bimlesh Kumar- Estimation of Hazen-Williams ‘C’ Value for Commercial Pipes through Physical Roughness Measurements, 52nd IWWA CONVENTION, NIT Patna, India January 10-12, 2020.

    94. Anurag Sharma, Mahesh Patel and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of Sheet Layer on the flow characteristics in an Alluvial Channel, Proceedings of the 22ndIAHR-APD Congress 2020, Sapporo, Japan, September 15-16, 2020..

    95. Mahesh Patel, Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Impact of Downward Seepage on Plane bed Alluvial Channel, Proceedings of the 22ndIAHR-APD Congress 2020, Sapporo, Japan, September 15-16, 2020.

    96. Laxman Rathod, Bandita Barman and Bimlesh Kumar- Estimation of Bed Material Load using Artificial Intelligence Techniques. vEGU21: Gather Online, 19–30 April 2021

    97. Jyotirmoy Barman, Jyotismita Taye and Bimlesh Kumar- Turbulence Scale in Compound Channel, vEGU21: Gather Online, 19–30 April 2021

    98. Oscar Herrera-Granados,, Abhijit Lade and Bimlesh Kumar- Numerical analysis of water flow around a bridge pier in a mined Channel, 6th IAHR Europe Congress, Warsaw, Poland, 15-18 February  2021

    99. Anurag Sharma, Nikhitha Elsa Sam, Asmita Tanwani, Hardipsinh Jadeja, and Bimlesh Kumar- Experimental Investigation of Friction Factor in Alluvial Channel- International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Ocean Engineering (Hydro-2021), 26-28 March,  NIT Rourkela, Odisha, India. (Best presenter award)

    100. Anurag Sharma and Bimlesh Kumar- Sediment transport nature and its celerity in rough bed channel, International conference in water and environment (ICWE-2021), MANIT Bhopal, 22-23 March, 2021. (Best paper award)

    101. Deepti Shakya, Mayank Agarwal, Vishal Deshpande and Bimlesh Kumar- Data-Driven Approaches for Estimaion of Particle Froude number in a Sewer System. 26th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro-2021 Iinternational), 23-25 December, 2021.

    102. Harish Patel, Sukhjeet Arora and Bimlesh Kumar- Effect of Seepage on Alluvial Channel Morphology, North-East Research Conclave, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, May 20 - 22, 2022.

    103. Sukhjeet Arora, Harish Patel, Shovit Yadav and Bimlesh Kumar- Flow Characteristics of a compound channel due to vegetation, North-East Research Conclave, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, May 20 - 22, 2022.

     

     

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    UG Courses taught/teaching
    CE 301: Hydraulics and Hydraulic Structures (Experimental and Lectures)
    ME 111: Engineering Drawing

    CE 311: Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering

    CE 203: Fluid Mechanics

    CE 214: Fluid Mechanics Lab

    CE 201: Surveying

    CE 213: Surveying Lab

    CE 312: Seminar Project


     

    PG Courses taught/teaching
    CE 558: Fuzzy Logic and Artificial Intelligence in Civil Engineering Applications
    CE 567: Sediment Dynamic in Fluvial Systems

    CE 562: Transient Flow Analysis

    CE570:  River Engineering

    CE 553: Advanced Hydraulic Engineering (Theory and Lab)

    CE 561: Water Power Engineering

     

    Project Guidance
     

    PhD Guidance

    1. Dr. Thiyam Tamphasana Devi- Design of Unbaffled stirred tank with Concave Blade Impeller [July 2010-July, 2014], Associate Professor, Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology Manipur, Imphal, Manipur

    2. Dr. Vishal Deshpande - Hydrodynamics of Alluvial Channel With Downward Seepage [July 2010-November, 2014], Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Patna [previously-Kreitman Post-Doctoral Fellow, Ben-Gurion University, Israel]

    3. Dr. Thokchom Bebina Devi- Hydrodynamics of Vegetative Channel With Seepage [July, 12-15th December, 16, Co-supervisor- Prof. S. Dutta], Assistant Engineer, PHED, Manipur

    4. Dr. Amit Kumar Dubey- Dynamics of Braided River Morphology Using Advanced Geo-spatial Technology and Modeling Techniques [July, 10-15th December, 16, Co-supervisor- Prof. S. Dutta], Scientist at Space Applications Centre, ISRO. Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

    5. Dr. Mahesh Patel- Flow and Bed-features Dynamics in Seepage affected Alluvial Channels [July 2012-21st August, 2017] Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology Jalandhar, Jalandhar.

    6. Dr. Anurag Sharma- Structure of Turbulence in a Non-uniform Sand Bed Channel with Emphasis on the Bedload Transport [July, 15-9th March, 18], Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Rourkela, [previously-Assistant Professor, Institute of Infrastructure, Technology, Research and Management (IITRAM), Ahmedabad, Gujarat, Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Tsinghua University, China and Assistant Professor (TEQIP-III Faculty), PMEC, Berhampur, India]

    7. Dr. Rutuja M Chavan-Hydrodynamics and Morphology around Bridge piers in Seepage affected alluvial Channel. [Dec, 14-5th June, 18] Assistant Professor, Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology Bhopal, Bhopal, [previously-Assistant Professor (Tenure), VJTI, Mumbai  Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc), Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology Meghalaya, Shillong]

    8. Dr. Bandita Barman -Turbulent Flow Structures and Geomorphic Characteristics of Mining Affected Alluvial Channel [July, 15-20th August, 18, Co-supervisor- Prof. A.K.Sarma] Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (ISM) Dhanbad, [previously-Post Doctoral Research Fellow, Wuhan University, China, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology Surat, Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc), Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology Meghalaya, Shillong]

    9. Dr. Madhulisha Patnayak- Design and Performance of Open Graded Friction Course Mixes with Electric Arc Furnace Steel Slag [July, 14-May, 19, Jointly with Dr. R. Choudhary] Assistant professor, School of Civil Engineering, KIIT Deemed to be university, Bhubaneswar, India.

    10. Dr. Kunwar Raghvendra Singh -Surface Water Quality Assessment by Environmetrics Approach [July, 14- May, 2019, Jointly with Dr. A. Kalamdhad], Assistant Professor-Research, Department of Civil Engineering, GLA University, Mathura, India.

    11. Dr. Abhijit D. Lade- Streambed Instabilities and Nature of Turbulence around Bridge Piers in a Dredged Channel [July, 17- 19th October, 2020], Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur.

    12. Dr. Jyotismita Taye-Hydromorphology of Sinuous River System with and without Downward Seepage [July, 17- 30th August, 2021] Postdoctoral Associate, University of Central Florida

    13. Jyotirmoy Barman- Flow Characteristics in Multi-Layered Vegetated Channel, [July, 19- submitted on 7th August, 2023]

    14. Sukhjeet Arora

    15. Harish Kumar Patel

    16. Mrinal Roy

    17. Joychen Kenlang

    18. Priyanaka Kotoky-Jointly with Dr. A. Kalamdhad

    19. Waseem Ghani - [NIT Srinagar] Jointly with Prof. S. R. Shah

    20. Supran Chakravarty- [NIT Mizoram] Jointly with Prof. B. Mohanty

    21. Pritam Talukdar- [NIT Silchar] Jointly with Prof. V. Kulkarni

     

    M. Tech Guidance

    1. B. Malsur - Optimal impeller submergence depth for surface aeration systems [2011].

    2. Mahesh Patel- Flood Characteristics at Downstream: Case studies of Dam Break Analysis [2012].

    3. Harish Patel - Stability of Lane's Shape with Seepage [2013].

    4. Satish Patel-Resistance Relationship with Seepage in Alluvial Channel [2013].

    5. Rutuja Chavan- Transient analysis of Slurry Flow [2014].

    6. Varhsa Shivpure- Analysing turbulence characteristics of flow of submerged flexible vegetated channel [2015].

    7. Anurag Sarma-Turbulent Characteristics in Curvilinear Cross-section mobile bed channel [2015].

    8. S. Majumder- Spectral Analysis of Bedforms [2016].

    9. S. Moundal- Intelligent Modeling of Sediment Transport Problems [2016].

    10. D. Brahma- Flow over Fixed Bedforms [2016].

    11. B. Venkataramana -Flow analysis and Scour around piers in Tandem arrangement  [2017].

    12. Pratik Acharya- Turbulent flow statistics and Bed morphology around circular Bridge pier [2017].

    13. B. Anil-Statistical Analysis of Bed feature of an Alluvial Channel at Upstream and Downstream of A Mining Pit [2018].

    14.  Jyotirmoy Barman-Turbulent Flow Characteristics and Morphological changes in Sinuous River Channels [2019].

    15. Sukhjeet Arora-Turbulent characteristics of emergent vegetated alluvial channel [2020].

    16. Damodar Sharma-Flow characteristics near complex bridge pier in sediment mined channel [2020].

    17. Vedant Jha-Estimation of velocity distribution of flow through open channel using entropy theories [2021]

    18. Mrinal Roy-Estimation of streamwise velocity for a seepage affected channel and compund channel by using the concept of Renyi entropy [2021]

    19. Mumpi Pertin-Improved regression relationship for bed material load transport [2021]

    20. Licha Amma-Experimental analysis of turbulent flow in compound channel [2021]

    21. Shovit Yadav- Turbulent Charateristics of Flow in Wide and Narrow Alluvial Channels [2022]

    22. Abasha Sayeed- Bursting Phenomenon in Multi-Layered Vegetated Compound Channel [2022]

    23. Chandramani Kumar- Bulk Drag coefficient for vegetation in Alluvial River [2023]

    24. Joychen Kenlang- Temporal celerity of migrating scour depth around erosion protective structure with seepage [2023]

    25. Kumar Chandramauli Shah- Bed morphology and Local scouring around rectangular-shaped spur dike with downward seepage [2023]

       

    B. Tech Guidance

    1. Ajay Kumar Jorwal - Comparative analysis of different empirical shields criterion. [2010].

    2. Manoj- Transient Analysis of Gravity Main Systems[2012].
    3. Anjaneya - Improved Regression Relationship for Sediment Transport Problems [2013].
    4. Arvind Kumar- Neural Modeling of Surface Aeration Systems [2013].
    5. Neeraj Balot-Resistance Relationship for Alluvial Channel [2014].
    6. Arpit Maheshwari- Soft computing in Sediment Transport problems [2014].
    7. P. Sainath - Bedform analysis and Resistance Relationship [2014].
    8. Jaideep- Gaussian Process regression to predict incipient motion in alluvial channel [2015].
    9. Pankanj Kumar Meena-Finding important predictors in the determination of friction factor in alluvial channel [2015].
    10. Sumit Kumar Mahto-Turbulent Characteristics on Submerged Flow over mixed vegetation patches  [2016].
    11. Rishabh Daga-Experimental Study of the flow characteristics in a Vegetated channel with mixed Vegetation densities  [2016].
    12. Rakesh Ranjan- Minimax Probability Machine Regression to Predict Incipient Motion in Alluvial Channel [2016].
    13. K Ravi Tej Verma- Prediction of Scour Depth using Genetic Programming [2017].
    14. Keshav Verma- Performance appraisal of Velocity predictors in Channel Flow  [2017].
    15. Arun Verma- Comparison of Bed shear stress in Plane and Curvilinear Bed Channel using multiple Criteria [2017].
    16. Ashok Kumar Meena- Study of Flow Field and Bed Morphology around Tandem Piers [2017].
    17. Shubham Tayal- Experimental Investigation of Turbulent Flow Characteristics and Scour around Bridge Pier [2017.
    18. Vivek Kumar Singh- Soft computing of bed load variables [2018].
    19. Anurag Sungh - Analysis of flow characteristics and scour morphology around piers in Tandem arrangement [2018].
    20. Bitu Kumar- A preliminary investigation of River sediment mining: Hydraulic Properties [2018].

    21. Shubham Kumar- Effect of Mining on Bridge Pier[2019].
    22. Ranjeet Roy-Hydrodynamics of Meandering Channel[2019].

    23. Gaurav Kumar-Morphological Process of Meandering Channel[2019].

    24. Abhiram Singh-Effect of Sand Mining on Morphology around Circular Bridge Pier [2020]

    25. Shivendu Anand-Hydrodynamics around Tandem Piers in a Sand Mined channel [2020]

    26. Shivam Raj-Total Sediment Load Predictions in Alluvial Channels using Artificial Intelligence Methods [2021].

    27. Priyanshu Singh-Development of novel empirical equation for incipient motion of alluvial channel using artificial intelligence [2021].

    28. Utkarsh Patel- Study of Energy Spectrum of the Large-Scale Eddies in the hydrodynamic turbulence on the basis of Kolmogorov's Theory [2022].

    29. Ashani Mitra- Application of Advanced regression methods in Sediment transport Problems [2023].

    30. Rishu Jaishwal- River Flow Turbulence Modeling [2023].

    31. Radhika Dwivedi-Drag Coefficient of Vegetation in Alluvial River Beds [2023].

     

     

     

    International Collaborations

    1. Prof. Dragutin Mihailović, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia

    2. Dr. Anja Mihailović, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia

    3. Prof. Oscar Herrera-Granados, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw, Poland

    4. Prof. Wenxin Huai, Wuhan University, China

    5. Prof. Paola Gualtieri, Department of Civil, Archictural and Environmental Engineering (DICEA), University of Naples Federico II (UNINA), Italy, 80125 Napoli NA

    6. Prof. Giuseppe Oliveto, University of Basilicata - School of Engineering - Viale dell’Ateneo Lucano, 10 - 85100 Potenza, Italy

    7. Prof. Ram Balachandar, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada

       

    International Students Supervision

    • Mr. Naman Konswal, Grenoble university France.
    • Mr. Lukasz Maniecki, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Wroclaw, Poland
    • Mr. Masoud Kazem, Faculty of Civil Engineering
      Iran University of Science and Technology
    • Mr. Khourosh Nosrati, Faculty of Civil Engineering Iran University of Science and Technology

    Examination of PhD Theses

    • Department of Civil Engineering, VIT Vellore
    • Department of Civil Engineering, VJTI Mumbai
    • Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Kanpur
    • Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kanpur
    • Department of Civil Engineering, IIT BHU
    • Department of Civil Engineering, Solapur University.
    • Department of Hydrology, IIT Roorkee
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Silchar
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Agartala
    • Water Engineering. Western Sydney University, Australia 
    • Department of Water Resources and Ocean Engineering, NITK Surathkal, India.
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Manipur
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Karnataka
    • Mechanical Engineering, The University of The West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies.
    • Department of Civil Engineering, SVNIT Surat
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Warangal
    • Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Indore
    • Department of Mathematics, NIT Jamshedpur
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Patna
    • Department of Civil Engineering, NIT Trchy

    Research/Consultancy Projects

    Sponsored Research:

    Sl. No. Sponsor  Project Title Status
    1 Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati Scale of Mixing and Oxygen Transfer in Surface Aerators Completed
    2 SERC, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India Sediment Transport Mechanics with Seepage Completed
    3 Ministry of Earth Sciences, Government of India Resistance Characteristics of Alluvial Channel with Mobile Bed vegetation Completed

    Consultancy Projects

    Brahmaputra board, Assam

    Performance evaluation study of anti-erosion measure scheme for avulsion of the Brahmaputa River at Dholla-Hatighuli

    Varoha Tubes Private Limited, Amingaon, Guwahati

     

    Technical Clarification of CPHEEO Manual

    [Deals with pipe material and corresponding velocity-diameter combinations for different pipe materials in light of Modified Hazen-Williams formula]

    M/S. Graphite India Limited, Nashik

    Transient Analysis of NTPC Kudgi Make up Water Pipeline

    [Detailed hydraulic transient analysis for the system comprising of make-up water pipes (GRP and MS) & pumps to check whether the pipe can withstand surge pressures due to sudden and instantaneous failure of running pumps and suggest, if necessary, suitable surge protection devices like air valves with their sizes and locations by optimizing their number]

    M/S. Zuberi Engineering Company, Jaipur

    Transient Analysis for Make-up Water System for NTPC LARA Super Thermal Power Project

    [Detailed hydraulic transient analysis for the system comprising of make-up water pipes (GRP and DI) & pumps to check whether the pipe can with stand surge pressures due to sudden and instantaneous failure of running pumps and suggest, if necessary, suitable surge protection devices like air valves with their sizes and locations by optimizing their number.]

    Shree Hari Infra Projects Pvt Ltd. Jaipur, Rajasthan 

    Transient analysis of about 170kms of Nawa Rural water supply network to 72 villages with four pumping stations of Tehsil-Nawa Dist. Nagaur-Rajashtan 

    Gammon India Limited

    Transient analysis of Bisalpur-Tonk- Uniara-Deoli Water supply project (package-IT) designed to cater the demand of 436 villages and their other habitations of Tonk District in state of Rajasthan under PHED-Rajasthan.

    Gammon India Limited

    Transient analysis of Bisalpur-Dudu-Phulera Water supply project designed to cater thedemand of 173 villages of Phulera Tehsil and their NRV's & dhanies and two towns Jobner and Kishangarh Renwal of District Jaipur in state of Rajasthan under PHED-Rajasthan.

    M/S. Zuberi Engineering Company, Jaipur

    Surge Analysis of Make-up Water System for Raw Water for the Pipeline from Lhasi RW Intake System, Balancing Reservoir and Pumping Station near Pachhad Village and Pipeline to RW Reservoir inside Chhabra Super Critical Thermal Power Plant, Rajasthan

    Shree Hari Infra Projects Pvt Ltd. Jaipur, Rajasthan 

    Transient analysis for Balance Work of Transmission Main from Bharatpur to Deeg, Kaman, Pahari, Nagar and RWSS for 97 Villages under CDBP in Rajasthan

    M/S. Zuberi Engineering Company, Jaipur

    Transient Analysis of Make-up Water System of NTPC Darlipali Super Thermal Power Project.

    Shree Hari Infra Projects Pvt Ltd. Jaipur, Rajasthan 

    Transient Analysis of RWSS of 199 Villages of Niwai and Tonk Tehsil under Bisalpur Niwai Tonk Water Supply Project.

    M/S. Bhoorathnom Construction Co. (P) Ltd.

    Surge Analysis for Cluster Scheme of 151 Villages of Banera & Hurda Tehsils along with augmentation of UWSS of Gulaboura Town from Dantapyara Head Works under Chambel-Bhilwara Water Supply project Phase-II

    M/S. NextCity Solution Pvt Ltd.

    Surge Analysis for Pipari Water distribution system

    M/s. Satyalaxmi lnfracon Private Limited

    Review of the Water Hammer (Surge) Analysis of Rising Main of Bham Irrigation Project

    M/s. Saraswati Technical Services (P) Ltd,

    C-133, Bapu Nagar, Mangal Marg,

    Jaipur-302015

     

    Vetting of the Surge Analysis for the “Water Supply Project for Connecting Bisalpur Zone S-15 to 18 to Existing Bisalpur Jaipur Water Supply System, Jaipur Rajasthan.

    Chief Engineer, WRD, Kota Vetting of Design drawings of 5 No. of anicuts Bundi
    M/s. GA Infra Private Limited-SSG Infratech private Limited (JV) Jaipur Surge Analysis of Transmission mains of Reorganization of Central Transfer main Of Jaipur Bisalpur Water Supply Project, Jaipur
    PHED Project Div II, Barmer, Rajashthan Transient Analysis work of Barmer CH Hw to service Reservoir viz., SR-1 (Lalaniyon KD), SR-2 (Kudla) and SR-3 (Adarsh Agor) in Barmer Lift Water Supply project Phase

     

    Other Activities:

    • Deliver Keynote address in 26th International Conference on Hydraulics, Water Resources and Coastal Engineering (Hydro-2021 Iinternational), 25th December, 2021.

    • Deliver Keynote address in 2nd International Conference on Futuristic and Sustainable Aspects in Engineering and Technology, GLA University, Mathura, 24th December, 2021.

    • Deliver Keynote address in International conference in water and environment (ICWE-2021), MANIT Bhopal, 22-23 March, 2021.

    • Lab in-charge - Water Resources System Engineering [July, 2022-]
    • Placement co-ordinator [July, 2020-July, 2022]
    • DUPC Member [July, 2018-July 2020]
    • DPPC Member [July, 2014-July 2016]
    • Lab in-charge - Water Resources System Engineering [July, 2009-July, 2014]
    • Workshop on River Basin Management and Fluvial Disasters, 16th January, 2012, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

    • QIP Short-Term Course on Large River Management: Hydraulics, Hydrology and Ecology, 16th to 20th January , 2012, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati

     


     

     

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