Faculty Profile

Name :

Mr. Virendra Kumar

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Designation :

Assistant Professor


  • Ph.D. Pursuing (Thermal Engineering), from IIT Delhi (PhD thesis on Study of supersonic ejector, Design and development of shock free supersonic ejector.) 
  • M.Tech. (Thermal Engineering), 2007-2009 from NIT Silchar, Assam.
  • B.Tech. (Mechanical Engineering), 2003-2007 from UPTU Lucknow U.P.
Work Experience

  • 2010-2015: Teaching Assistant, at IIT Delhi
  • 2009-10: Lecturer, at Gurgaon College of Engineering, Gurgaon, Haryana
  • 2015 - Present : Assistant Professor at K.R. Mangalam University, Gurgaon , Haryana

Recently he completed his 5-year Institute Research Fellowship term at Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi from July, 2010 to June, 2015. He joined SOET as Assistant Professor. While pursuing his research at IIT Delhi, he was actively involved in mentoring undergraduate and postgraduate students for several research projects. He also served as Teaching Assistant of Mechanical Engineering Department, IIT Delhi for about a dozen of courses in the field of thermal engineering.

He published several research papers in reputed national and international journals during his academic and research career. He qualified GATE 2006 and 2007 in mechanical discipline and received MHRD Scholarship for Masters and PhD research work. 

In his research work, he developed new concept for supersonic ejector design which removes the thermodynamic shock inside the ejector and improve the performance of conventional ejector. 

Interest Area(s)

  1. Design and development of supersonic ejector system.
  2. Fluid Mechanics and machines
  3. Turbomachinery
  4. Gas Dynamics/compressible flow
  5. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

  • Design and development of supersonic ejector system.
  • Fluid Mechanics and machines
  • Turbomachinery
  • Gas Dynamics/compressible flow
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

  1. Lalta Prasad, B. L. Salvi and Virendra Kumar “Thermal degradation and gasification characteristics of Tung Shells as an open top downdraft wood gasifier feedstock” Clean Tech. Environ. Policy, (2014) 1-8.
  2.  Virendra Kumar, Gaurav Singhal and P.M.V. Subbarao “Study of supersonic flow at a constant rate of momentum change (CRMC) ejector with frictional effects” Applied Thermal Engineering 60 (2013) 61-71.
  3. K.M. Pandey, Virendra Kumar and Prateek Srivastava “CFD Analysis of Twin Jet Supersonic Flow with Fluent Software” Current Trends in Technology and Sciences Vol. 1, (2012) 84-91.
  4. SK Saha, L Prasad and Virendra Kumar, Experimental Investigations on Heat Treatment of Cold Work Tool Steel: Part 1, Air–Hardening Grade (D2), Int. Journal of Eng. Research and Application (IJERA) 2, (2012) 510-519.
  5. Virendra Kumar and K.M. Pandey “CFD Analysis of Four Jet Flow at Mach 1.74 with Fluent Software”, International Journal of Chemical Engineering and Applications, Vol. 1, (2010) 302-308.
  6. K.M. Pandey and Virendra Kumar, “CFD Analysis of Twin Jet Flow at Mach 1.74 with Fluent Software”, International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, Vol.1, (2010) 423-428.
  7. Virendra Kumar, Gaurav Singhal and P.M.V. Subbarao, “A new approach to the design of supersonic ejectors: the constant rate of kinetic energy change (CRKEC) method with frictional effects” 5th International and 41st National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP14), IIT Kanpur, Dec. 12-14, (2014).
  8. K.M. Pandey, Virendra Kumar, “Studies on Supersonic Free Jet Flows: A Numerical Analysis with Fluent Software”, National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engg. (AME’09) DBIT, Bangalore March 30-31st (2009), 72-76.
  9. K.M. Pandey, Virendra Kumar, “ Study on Supersonic Free Single and Twin Jet Flow: Numerical Analysis with Fluent Software”, International Conference, 10ASV, Vijayawada, India