D. P. Rao
B.Tech., Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India 1965.
M.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India, 1967.
Ph.D., Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India 1974.
Visiting Professor, Univ. of California, Riverside, 1995-97.
Managing Partner, Process Intensification Consultants, Hyderabad
Phone: 91-40 0215701, +91 9989495701
Heat & mass transfer
Sivakumar, S. V. and Rao, D. P., “Adsorptive separation of gas mixtures: mechanistic view, sharp separation and process intensification”, Chem. Eng. and Processing,
53, 31-52 (2012)
Thakur, R. S., Rao, D. P. and
“Process intensification in duplex pressure
Computers and Chem. Eng., 35,
Rajan, S., Kumar, M., Ansari, J., Rao, D. P. and
Kaistha, N., "Limiting gas liquid flows and mass
transfer in a novel rotating packed bed (HiGee)",
Chem. Research, 50 ,
Agarwal, L., Pavani, V., Rao, D.
P. and Kaistha, N., “Process intensification in
HiGee absorption and distillation: design procedure
Rao, D. P., Sivakumar, S. V., Mandal, S., Kota, S. and Ramaprasad, B. S. G., “Novel simulated moving-bed adsorber for the fractionation of gas mixtures”, J. Chromatography,
1069, 141-151 (2005)
Rao, D. P., Bhowal, A. and Goswami, P. S., “Process intensification in rotating packed beds (HIGEE): an appraisal, Ind. Eng. Chem. Research, 43, 1150-1162 (2004)
Rao, D.P., Goutami, C. V. and Jain, S., “A direct
method for incorporation of tray-efficiency matrix
in simulation of multicomponent separation
processes,” Computers and Chem. Eng., 25,
Rao, D. P., “The futility of raffinate reflux
Can. J. Chem. Eng.,
Publications and Conferences
Felicitation Ceremony @ IIT Kanpur