Prof.(Dr.) Bharat Raj Singh

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Location: India, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow
Work: Thermodynamics, Zero Pollution Air Engine, IC Engine, Environmental Issues, Global Warming & Climate Change
Biographical: 5/323, Viram Khand, Gomati Nagar, Lucknow-226010, India. email:brsinghlko@yahoo.com Mob:+91-9415025825 Prof. (Dr.) Bharat Raj Singh Director (R & D), School of Management Sciences, Technical Campus, Lucknow Received B.E. (Mechanical) degree, from SVNIT, Surat, South Gujarat University, India, M.E. (Analysis & Design of Process Equipments), from MNNIT, Allahabad University India and Ph.D. from G.B. Technical University, Lucknow, India. Experience: has 4-decades experience of Industry, Administration and Academics. Served 32 years in various Government Organizations and retired as Managing Director, UP Rajkiya Nirman Nigam, Lucknow and 8 years in Academics at various positions as Professor, Head of Department, Mechanical Engineering, Dean and Deputy-Director. Was recipient of many recognitions and awards such as; State scientific award received in 1965, Best officer award in 1981 and ‘Samaj Sri’ national award for earth quake relief work in 2004. Published about 53-papers: in leading International / National Journals and in proceedings of National Conferences and International Symposium / Seminars. Published 2- books: (i) Development and Analysis of a Novel Air Engine; ISBN: 978-3-8443-8171-9 and (ii) The Impact of Air Pollution on Health, Agriculture and Technology; ISBN: 978-953-307-528-0 - Full Chapter: Influence of the Air Engine on Global Warming Issues - 21st Century Fuel Technology. Area of specialization is Unconventional Manufacturing Processes, Industrial Engineering, Thermodynamics and Automobiles and research field is in Sustainable Energy Resources, Environment and Development of zero pollution air engines. Dr. Singh is Editorial Board Member and Reviewer of many leading International Journals such as: IMechE, UK, Elsevier, Journal of Mechanical Engineering, Korea; Academic Journals, Africa; World Academics of Science, Engineering and Technology, Turkey; ASME, USA, etc. and reviewed about 85- papers. Became a Member: (i) Member (MIE) of Institution of Engineers (India) in 1978, Chartered Engineer (India) in 1985, Fellow (FIE) in 1985 and Member of International Association of Engineers; IAENG- 105641 (M) in 2010. (For more details visit: http://www.brsinghindia.com)
Favourite Publications: JRSE(American Institute of Physics), IMechE, WASET, IJPS, JET, IJMET etc. News: http://jrse.aip.org/1.1403087; http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode.cfm?id=design-boosts-chances-for-air-power-10-07-06; http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/06/100622095056.htm; http://www.usnews.com/science/articles/2010/06/23/new-design-for-motorcycle-engines-powered-by-compressed-air; http://www.innovations-report.de/html/berichte/physik_astronomie/motorcycle_engines_powered_compressed_air_156938.html; http://www.economist.com/blogs/babbage/2010/06/babbage_1

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06/03/12 10:57:46PM @chief-admin:

Dear Professor Singh,

Thanks very much for joining our network.

I am sure there are many people who might benefit from your experience.

One group you might like to join in our network is focussing on communication in relation to climate change . Someone looking for advice on a research plan or publishing plan might find you there, eventually, and ask for your advice.

You might also like to consider posting an offer of help with editing or journal reviewing in our forums for editing offers , or reviewer/referee offers . You can be as specific as you like about such an offer. It can be limited to whatever you personally would like to read and comment on, as a volunteer or for payment (or both, according to circumstances).

Please look around, and ask me any questions at any time.

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