Assistant Professor

Dr. Lakshmi Sirisha Maganti

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Interests

  1. Thermo-Fluid
  2. Microfluidics
  3. CFD

Education

2008

Acharya Nagarjuna University
India
Bachelors

2012

Anna University
India
Masters

2017

Indian Institute of Technology Madras
India
Ph.D.

Experience

  • June 2019 to Till date, Assistant Professor | Indian Institute of Technology Madras.
  • July 2018 to May 2019, Adhoc Faculty | National Institute of Technology A.P.
  • September 2017 to March 2018, Post Doc Fellow | State University of New York Binghamton, USA.
  • April 2017 to September 2017, Pre-Doctoral Fellow | Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai.
  • June 2012 to June 2013, Assistant Professor | S K R Engineering College, Chennai.
  • August 2008 to March 2009, Lecturer | Bapatla Engineering College, Bapatla.

Research Interest

  • Developing an effective cooling system to address the cooling challenges of electronic components using parallel microchannels based heat sinks.
  • Implementing simple technics such as altering surface mechanisms like surface tension of the fluid, to improve the hydrodynamic performance of heat sinks.
  • Exploring different diverse areas like miniaturization of R&AC systems and application of graphene sheets in desalination of water e.t.c.

Awards & Fellowships

  • 2012, University Gold Medal in M.E., Anna University, Chennai
  • 2017, Pre Doctoral Fellowship, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai

Publications

Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals:
  • Particle and Thermo-Hydraulic Maldistribution of Nanofluids In Parallel Microchannels - S. Maganti, P. Dhar, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das- Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 20 (7), 109 (2016).
  • Thermally Smart Characteristics of Nanofluids in Parallel Microchannel Systems for Mitigating Hot-spots in MEMS -  S. Maganti, P. Dhar, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das-IEEE Trans. Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology, 6 (12), 1834 – 1846 (2016).
  • Smart Viscoelastic and Self-Healing Characteristics of Graphene Nano-gels- P. Dhar, A. Katiyar and S. Maganti- Journal of Applied Physics, 120, 214304 (2016).
  • Superior Dielectric Breakdown Strength of Graphene and CNT Infused Nano-Oils- P. Dhar, A. Katiyar, S. Maganti, A Pattamatta And S. K. Das- IEEE Trans. Dielectrics and Electric Insulation, 23 (2), 943-956 (2016).
  • Enhanced Dielectric Breakdown Performance of Anatase and Rutile Titania Based Nano-Oils- A. Katiyar, P. Dhar, T. Nandi, S. Maganti and S. K. Das- IEEE Trans. Dielectrics and Electric Insulation, 23 (2), 943-956 (2016).
  • Heat spreader with parallel microchannel configurations for near-active cooling of MEMS- S. Maganti, P. Dhar, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das- International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 111, 570-581 (2017).
  • Selecting optimal parallel microchannel configuration(s) for active hot spot mitigation of realistic multicore microprocessors- S. Maganti, P. Dhar, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das- Transactions of the ASME Journal of Heat Transfer, 139 (10), 102401 (2017).
  • Consequences of flow configuration and nanofluid transport on entropy generation in parallel microchannel cooling systems- S. Maganti, P. Dhar- International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 109, 555–563 (2017).
  • Predicting Thermal History a Prior for Magnetic Nanoparticle Hyperthermia of Internal Carcinoma- Dhar and L. S. Maganti- Journal of Applied Physics, 122 (5), 054902 (2017).
  • Mitigating Non Uniform Heat Generation Induced Hot Spot (S) in Multicore Processors Using Nanofluids in Parallel Microchannels- S. Maganti, P. Dhar, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das- International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 125, 185-196 (2018).
  • Electrohydrodynamic fibrillation governed enhanced thermal transport in dielectric colloids under field stimulus- Dhar, L. S. Maganti and A. R. Harikrishnan- Soft Matter, 14(21), 4278-4286 (2018).
  • Amplifying thermal conduction calibre of dielectric nano-colloids employing induced electrophoresis- Dhar, L. S. Maganti and A. R. Harikrishnan and C. Rajput- Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, 106, 138-147 (2019).
International Conferences:
  • Flow and Concentration Maldistribution of Nanofluid In Parallel Microchannels- S. Maganti, T. Sundararajan and S.K. Das, Proceedings of The 1st International And 23rdNational ISHMT-ASTFE Heat And Mass Transfer Conference, Trivandrum, India (2015).
  • Thermal Performance Of Nanofluids In Parallel Microchannel Systems – U,I,Z- S. Maganti, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das, 3rd International Conference On Nanotechnology For Better Living, Srinagar, India, , May (2016).
  • Identifying the geometrical parameters governing fluid maldistribution in microscale flow distribution systems- V. Jaisawal, S. Maganti and P. Dhar, International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP), NIT Allahabad, Allahabad (2016).
  • S. Maganti, T. Sundararajan and S. K. Das, Mitigation of non-uniform hot spots in Intel i7 processor using microchannels and nanofluids, International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (FMFP), NIT Allahabad, Allahabad (2016).
Patents:
  • Title: A SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR COOLING A HOT-SPOT DETECTED IN A MICROPROCESSOR
    Status: Filed
    Application Number: 201811042884
    Patent Authority: Intellectual property of India.

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