Background and activities
Hi, I am Koteswara Rao Putta from India. I completed my B.Tech in chemical engineering from Sri Venkateswara University College of Engineering, Tirupati,Andhra Pradesh, India in 2007 and Masters in Indian Institute Of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, India in 2009. After finishing my masters worked as Project Associate and Senior Project Associate til August 2010 in IIT Kanpur.
Later joined Haldor Topsøe, Process Lisencing and Catalyst manufacturing company in 2010 September and worked as Process engineer in SynGas Technology division on various projects in Hydrogen Technology and as project proposals engineer for Methanol technology for various clients all over the world. Worked in close collaboration with calatyst group and New technologies division for testing new kinetics and process configurations in Methanol Technology. After working for 2 years in process design company, I joined NTNU as Research Scholar in Chemical engineering department.
Presently working on development of complete simulation model ( Reaction Kinetics, Combined Heat and Mass Transfer & Thermodynamics) for Carbon capture process using solvents.
Skills set: Matlab, Ansys Fluent, COMSOL Multiphysics and Aspen Hysys.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2017) Kinetics of CO2 Absorption in to Aqueous MEA Solutions Near Equilibrium. Energy Procedia. vol. 114.
- (2017) Study of the effect of condensation and evaporation of water on heat and mass transfer in CO2 absorption column. Chemical Engineering Science. vol. 172.
- (2017) Applicability of enhancement factor models for CO2 absorption into aqueous MEA solutions. Applied Energy. vol. 206.
- (2016) CO2 absorption into loaded aqueous MEA solutions: Kinetics assessment using penetration theory. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control. vol. 53.
- (2014) Activity based kinetics and mass transfer of CO2 absorption into MEA using penetration theory. Energy Procedia. vol. 63.