पूर्वोत्तर क्षेत्रीय विज्ञान एवं प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान   
North Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology 
deemed-to-be-university under the Ministry of Education, Govt. of India
Nirjuli - 791109, Arunachal Pradesh 
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Dr. Asis Giri


Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer

Phone(EPBX/Office): 03602247401-6191
Mobile No.: +91-9366053776

  • Professional Background
  • Educational Qualification
  • Administrative Background
  • Memberships in Professional bodies
  • Courses Taught
  • M.Tech. Thesis Supervised
  • PHDs Supervised
  • Participation in Short-Term Courses
  • Courses or Conferences Organised
  • Special Lectures Delivered
  • Publications, Scientific Achievement and Acknowledgements
  • Miscellaneous



From(Date of Joining) To Designation Organisation Nature of Association




NERIST Teaching and Research
2. 26/11/2009  16/12/2009 Associate Professor  BSA College of Engineering and Technology, Mathura Mainly Teaching
3. 07/04/2005 11/11/2009 Assistant Professor Haldia Institute of Technology , West-Bengal Mainly Teaching and Initiation of research
4. 20/12/2004     01/04/2005 Visiting Scientist Bhaba Atomic Research Center, Trombay Research
5. 03/06/2004 14/12/2004 Lecturer BITS Pilani Goa Campus, India Mainly Teaching
6. 23/01/2001 31/12/2003 Researcher Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden


Sl. No. Degree Subject Supervisor(s) University Year  
1. Ph.D.(Engg.) Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Prof. Vijay H. Arakeri I.I.Sc., Bangalore 2000  
2. M.Sc.(Engg.) by Research Heat Transfer and Fluid Mechanics Prof. Mrityunjay Vijoy Krishna Murthy I.I.Sc., Bangalore 1993  
3. B.E.(Mechanical Engg.) Mechanical Engg. B.E. College's all Mechanical Engineering, Applied Mechanics, Mathematics, Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering Faculties.

B.E. College/

Calcutta University

4. H.S.(12th) Science All Teachers in Banamali Chatta High School. WBCHSE 1985  
5. Secondary (10th ) Science All Teachers in Kajlagarh M.S.B.C.M. High School.  WBBSE 1983  
Sl. No. From To Designation Organisation
1. 26/08/2014 July, 2016

NBA Co-ordinator of our Department under the Chairmanship of Prof. Pradip Lingfa along with other members as follows defended in the year 2016 

(1) Assistant Prof. Nabam Teyi.

(2) Dr. Mariyam Dabi

(3) Dr. Biplab Das,

(4) Dr. S. Tamang,

(5) Dr. K.K. Mandal,

(6) Dr. N.K. Rana,

(7) Dr. S. S. Gautam

(8) Dr. Sandeep Singh

NERIST, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, India
2. 23/5/2011 26/08/2014 HOD(ME) NERIST, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, India
  1. Indian Society for Heat and Mass Transfer (ISHMT).
  2. The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE). 



Title Course Code Module Semester
1. Heat and Mass Transfer ME-5105(Old designation) and ME-23101(New designation) Degree 1st Semester
2. Power Plant Engineering ME-6103(old designation) Degree 1st Semester
3. Two Phase Flow and Heat Transfer ME-6007(old designation) Degree 1st Semester
4. Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning ME-5204(old designation) Degree 2nd Semester
5. Fluid Machines ME-4104(old designation) Diploma 1st Semester
6. Automobile Engineering ME-4001|(old designation) Diploma 2nd Semester
7. Solar Energy Engineering ME-4008(old designation) Diploma 2nd Semester
8. Fundamental of Fluid Mechanics ME-3201(old designation) Diploma 2nd Semester
9. Principles of Mechanical Engineering ME-4121(Old designation) Diploma (for Civil Engg.) 1st Semester
10. Advanced Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer ME-7112 Post-Graduate 1st semester
11. Advanced Fluid Mechanics ME-7111 Post-Graduate 1st Semester
12. Measurements and Control in Fluid and Thermal Engineering ME-7212 Post-Graduate 2nd Semester
13. Theory of Compressible Flow ME-7002 Post-Graduate 2nd Semester
14. Numerical Techniques for Engineering Applications ME-7100 Post-Graduate 1st Semester
15. Laboratory Practice-I ME-7152 Post-Graduate 1st Semester
16. Laboratory Practice-II ME-7252 Post-Graduate 2nd Semester
Sl. No. Title of Project Names of Students Singly/Jointly Guided Year of Completion Outcome
1. Entry region laminar mixed convection studies under simultaneous heat and mass transfer from extended surfaces (FINS). Mr. Kankan Kishore Pathak Jointly with Mr. B. Das (The then faculty; Presently at NIT-Silchar) 2014 Int. J. Heat and Mass Transfer(Elsevier, 63 years old SCIE Journal)
2. A study of mixed convective condensation between parallel plates. Mr. Dipanka Bhuyan Jointly with Mr. B. Das (The then faculty; Presently at NIT-Silchar) 2014 Int. J. Thermal  Science (Elsevier, 63 years Old SCIE Journal)
3. Electronic chip cooling by natural convection in a closed enclosure with the presence of active wall Ms. Swastika Patel Singly 2014 ASME. J. of Heat Transfer (146 year old, SCIE Journal)
4. Evaporation of fuel droplet. Ms. Sikha Rani Patgiri Singly(But We had indirect collaboration with Prof.(Dr.) Sujit Ghosal from Jadavpur University and Prof.(Dr.) Sukanta K. Dash from IITKGP, Kharagpur) 2014  
5. Performance analysis of thermo-syphon by using nano-fluid. Mr. Sidhartha Das Jointly with Prof. S. Kanagaraj| (IIT-
2015 ASME J. of TSEA(15 years old SCOPUS Journal)
6. Effect of surface tension on evaporation of fuel droplet. Mr. Abhijit Das Singly (But we had indirect collaboration with Prof. Sujit Ghosal from Jadavpur University and Prof. Sukanta K. Dash from IITKGP, Kharagpur) 2015 ---
7. Investigation of Forced Convective Cooling of Rectangular Block Mr. Krishna Roy Singly (indirectly the then research Scholar Mr. Maibam Romio Singh was involved) 2016 Book-Chapter in Springer (SCOPUS)
8. Experimental Analysis of Electronic Chip Cooling in a Rectangular Flow Channel using water as a working fluid Mr. Ojing Sriram Jointly with Mr. N. Teyi(NERIST) 2016 ---
9. Natural Convection Condensation Through parallel Plate Channel Mr. Madhurya Borah

Jointly with

Md. S.M. Khan(NERIST)

2017 ---
Sl. No. Topic Scholar Name



Status of PHD Completion  Year
1. Mixed convection heat transfer from a shrouded fin array with and without vortex generator. Biplab Das Singly Completed 2015
2. Laminar Convective Heat Transfer From Shrouded Vertical Variable Height Fin Array Kankan Kishore Pathak Jointly with Prof. P. Lingfa (NERIST) Completed 2018
3. Study of Filmwise Condensation From Moist Air Inside a Vertical Parallel Plate Channel. Dipanka Bhuyan Jointly with Prof. P. Lingfa (NERIST) Completed 2019

But some guidance and support were provided To. Mr. Maibam Romio Singh for his Research Programme.

Sl. No. Course Name Organisers Sponsored By Date
1. Recent Advances in Mechanics and their Application in Nano-Engineering and Technology.

Prof. Ashish Mallick (Main Organiser); The then Honourable Director Prof. P.K. Das (Chief Patron)

AICTE  1st to 12th August, 2011
2. Advances in Welding Technology. Prof. Muthumari Chandrasekaran and Prof. Sutanu Samanta; The then Honourable Director(i/c) Prof.Hardeo Singh Yadav(Chief Patron)  TEQIP-II 10-11th May, 2013
3. Appropriate Technology for Rural Development. Prof. Pradip Lingfa, Prof. Marium Dabi and Prof. Biplab Das(all are main organising committee); The then Honourable Director Prof. Dipankar Pal (Chief Patron) TEQIP-II 25-29th August, 2014
Sl. No. Conference Name Organisers Sponsored By Date
1. Computational and Experimental aspects in Thermal Sciences. Prof. Biplab Das (Main), Dr. Asis Giri (supporting) TEQIP-II 27th Feb., to 2nd March, 2012
2. Advances in Welding Technology. Prof. Sutanu Samanta and Prof. Muthumari Chadrasekaran (both of them are main organisers), Prof. Uday Sankar Dixit (Chairman), Dr. Asis Giri (Co-Chairman) TEQIP-II 10-11th May, 2013
Sl. No. Title Place Date
1. Bubble Dynamics and Sono-fusion College of Engineering and Management, Kolaghat, West-Bengal

11th to 13th January, 2008.

2. Fin/Extended Surface Heat Transfer in the Presence and Absence of Vortex Generator NIT-Arunachal Pradesh 5th to 9th March, 2018

Sometimes it is found Journal Indexing is changing with time. Below Whatever is written according to the Journal indexing found in my website with my computer. Cyber security is a genuine concern, which needs be addressed by the Governments, the Industries and the Businesshouses over the Globe with minimising the sentiments as much as possible. 


(A.1) National Journal (UGC(University Grant Commission in India) Care)

1. Giri Asis, (Year-2022) ‘The Effect of Acoustic Cavitation in a Viscous Liquid of Ethylene Glycol: A Numerical  Study’, Int. J. Research and Analytical Reviews, Vol. 9(2), pp. 66-71. (UGC-care Journal)

 (A.2)  International Journals (SCI/SCIE/SCOPUS)

  1. Giri Asis, Singh M.R., (year 2023)  ‘A comparative study on a shrouded fin array with and without its finite dimension in the flow geometry,’ ASME J. Heat and Mass Transfer, volume 145(8) 084502(10pages) *IF=1.89.

  2. Mazumdar, NS, Lingfa, P., Giri, Asis, (year 2023), ‘Two‐phase modelling of evaporation characteristics of ethanol droplet under force‐convection environment,’ Heat Transfer (Wiley) 52 (4), 3027-3057, *IF= 0.6 (A SCOPUS Journal, 52 years old
  3. Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis, Bhuyan D., Roy K, (year 2022), ‘A comparative numerical study of estimation of velocity components in mixed convection through vertical shrouded   finned channel’, ASME J. Of Thermal Science and Engineering Application, volume14(12), p121013 *IF =1.8 (SCOPUS Journal 15 years old, earlier it was SCIE)
  4. Roy, Krishna, Das, B., Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis, (year-2022) ‘Thermo-Hydraulic Analysis of Slightly Inclined Finned Channel under Natural Convection,’ Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, volume15,(4) pp.985-998. https://doi.org/10.47176/jafm.15.04.3330, *IF: 1.369. 
  5. Singh, M.R., Giri, Asis, (year-2021), ‘A Comparison of the Performance of Constant And Dual Height Pin Fins in Phase change Material Cooling Technique’, ASME J. Of Thermal Science and Engg. Applications, volume 13(4), 041027-1-11. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4048665, *IF: 1.544.
  6. Bhuyan, D.,  Giri, Asis, (year-2021), ‘Heat transfer and second law analysis of turbulent flow mixed convection condensation inside a vertical channel,’ Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, Volume 165, Part A p.120658. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2020.120658, *IF: 4.947.
  7. Roy, K., Giri, Asis, Das, B., (year-2020) ‘Laminar entry region mixed convection heat transfer from an inclined rectangular fin array,’ International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 30 No. 6, pp. 3283-3305. https://doi.org/10.1108/HFF-04-2019-0275.  Cited : 1 *IF: 3.4.
  8. Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis, Das B., (year-2020) ‘Thermal performance of heat sinks with variable and constant heights: An extended study,’ Int. J. Heat Mass Trans., vol.146, pp.118916-1-14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2019.118916
  9. Dasgupta, D., Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis, (year-2020) ‘A Study of Enhanced Heat and Mass Transfer From Variable Height Fin Array Undergoing Natural Convection’, ASME J. Thermal Science and Engg. Applications, vol.12 (1), pp.011013-1-11. doi: https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4044426, *IF: 1.544.
  10. Das, S., Giri, Asis, Samanta, S., Kanagaraj, S., (year-2019), ‘An Experimental Investigation of Properties of Nanofluid and Its Performance on Thermosyphon Cooled by Natural Convection,’ ASME J. Thermal Science and Engineering Appl., vol.11(4), pp.04450-1-9, https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4044138.
  11. Das, S., Giri, Asis, Samanta, S., Kanagaraj, S., (year-2019) ‘Role of graphene nanofluids on heat transfer enhancement in thermosiphon,’ Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices, Vol. 4, Issue 1, Pages 163-169.
  12. Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P., (year-2019) ‘Computational study of mixed convective heat transfer from a shrouded vertical dual-height plate fin array’, Int. J. Thermal Sciences, volume145, pp.105958. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijthermalsci.2019.05.014, *IF: 3.476.
  13. Roy, K., Giri, Asis, Das, B.,(year-2019) ‘A computational study on natural convection heat transfer from an inclined plate finned channel’, Applied Therm. Engg., volume 159, pp.113941-1-13, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2019.113941.
  14. Giri, Asis, Patel, S., (year-2018)‘Buoyancy induced Convection from bi-heaters in a cavity: A Numerical Study’, ASME J. Heat Transfer, volume140, pp.102501-1-12. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4040140, Cited : 1 *IF: 2 (in A SCIE Journal, Around 145 Years Old)
  15. Bhuyan D., Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P., (year-2018), ‘Entropy Analysis of Mixed Convective Condensation by evaluating fan velocity with a new approach’, ASME J. Thermal Science and Engg. Application, volume 10(5) pp.051003-1-9. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4039355, *IF: 1.544.
  16. Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P., (year-2018), ‘A numerical study of natural convective heat transfer from a shrouded vertical variable height non-isothermal fin array’, Applied Therm. Engg., volume130, pp.1310-1318. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2017.11.120, *IF: 5.295.
  17. Das, B, Giri, A., Debnath S., (year-2017), ‘Conjugate mixed convection heat transfer from a shrouded vertical non-isothernal heat sink, ASME J. THER. SCI. ENGG. APPL. volume 9(4), 041001(14pages) http://doi.org/10.1115//1.4035970 , Cited : 1 IF: 1.8.
  18. Pathak, K.K., Giri, Asis., (year-2016), ‘Comparison between exact thermal boundary condition and harmonic mean conductivity condition at the solid–fluid interface for finite thickness shrouded non-isothermal fin array’, Applied Mathematical Modelling, Volume 45, pp.323-335. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apm.2016.12.014, IF: 3.633 (in A SCI Journal, Around 46 years Old)
  19. Das, B., Giri, Asis, (year-2016), ‘Combined energy and exergy analysis of a nonisothermal fin array with non-Boussinésq variable property fluid’, ASME J. of Thermal Science and Engg. Applications, Volume 8(3), pp.031010,  https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4033012, Cited: 1 
  20. Giri, Asis, Bhuyan, D., Das., B., (year-2015), ‘A study of mixed convection heat transfer with condensation from a parallel plate channel’, Int. J. Thermal Science, volume 98, pp.165-178. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijthermalsci.2015.07.012, *IF: 3.488.
  21. Das, B., Giri, Asis, (year-2015), ‘Mixed convective heat transfer from vertical fin array in the presence of vortex generator’, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, Volume 82, pp.26–41. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2014.11.030, *IF: 4.947.
  22. Giri, Asis, Pathak, Kankan K., Das, B., (year-2015), ‘A computational study of mixed convective heat and mass transfer from a shrouded vertical non-isothermal fin array during dehumidification process’, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, volume 91, pp.264–281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijheatmasstransfer.2015.07.079, *IF: 4.947.
  23. Das, B., Giri, Asis, (year-2014),  ‘Conjugate conduction and convection underneath a downward facing non-isothermal extended surface: A numerical study’, Energy Conversion and Management, Volume 88, pp.15–26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enconman.2014.08.011, *IF: 9.7. 
  24. Das, B., Giri, Asis, (year-2014), ‘Non-Boussinesq laminar mixed convection in a non-isothermal fin array’, Applied Thermal Engineering, Volume 63, pp.447-458. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2013.11.032, *IF: 5.295. 
  25. Das, B., Giri, Asis, (year-2014),  ‘Second law analysis of vertical plate-finned heat sink undergoing mixed convection’, Int. Comm. Heat Mass Transfer, Volume 56, pp.42-49. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icheatmasstransfer.2014.04.019, *IF: 3.971. 
  26. Giri, Asis, Das, B., (year-2012), ‘A numerical study of entry region laminar mixed convection over shrouded vertical pfin arrays’, Int. J. Thermal Sciences, Volume 60, pp.212-224. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijthermalsci.2012.05.007,   *IF: 3.488. 
  27. Barma, S.D., Das, B., Giri, Asis, Majumdar, S., Bose, P.K., (year-2011), ‘Back propagation artificial neural network (BPANN) based performance analysis of diesel engine using biodiesel’, AIP J. Renewable and Sustainable Energy, Volume.3, pp.013101-1-12. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.3517229, *IF: 1.511. 
  28. Sehgal, B.R., Giri, Asis, Chikkanagoudar, U., Karbojian, A., (year-2006), ‘Experiments on in-vessel melt coolability in EC-FOREVER program’, J. Nucl. Engg. Degn., Volume 236, Issues 19-21 (2006), pp.2199-2210. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nucengdes.2006.03.056, *IF: 1.62. 
  29. Giri, Asis, Park, H.S., Sehgal, B.R.,(year-2005), ‘Analysis of bubble dynamics in explosive boiling of droplet with fine fragmentation’, J. of Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp.295-303. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.expthermflusci.2004.05.005, *IF: 3.444. 
  30. Sehgal, B.R., Karbojian, A., Giri, Asis, et al.,(year-2005) ‘Assessment of reactor vessel integrity (ARVI)’, J. Nucl. Engg. Degn., Volume 235, Issues 2-4,  pp.213-232. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nucengdes.2004.08.055, *IF: 1.62. 
  31. Giri, Asis, Narasimham, G.S.V.L., Murthy, M.V.K., (year-2003), ‘Combined laminar natural convection heat and mass transfer from vertical shrouded fin arrays’, Int. J. Heat Fluid Flow, Volume 24, Issue 1, pp.100-113. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0142-727X(02)00209-6, *IF: 2.0. 
  32. Sehgal, B.R., Theerthan, A., Giri, Asis, et al., (year-2003), ‘Assessment of Reactor Vessel Integrity’, J. Nucl. Engg. Degn., Volume 221, Issues 1-3, pp.23-53. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0029-5493(02)00343-6, *IF: 1.62.  
  33. Arakeri, V.H., Giri, Asis, (year-2001),‘Optical pulse characteristics of sonoluminescence at low acoustic drive levels’, Phy. Rev. E, volume 63 pp. 066303-1-13. http://prola.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v63/i6/e066303, *IF: 2.353. 
  34. Giri, Asis and Arakeri, V.H., (1998), ‘Measured pulse width of sonoluminescence flashes in the form of resonance radiation’, Phy. Rev. E, volume 58(3), pp. R2713-2716. http://prola.aps.org/abstract/PRE/v58/i3/pR2713_1, *IF: 2.353. 

(B) Book Chapter:

35. Roy, Krishna, Giri Asis, Singh, Maibam R., ‘Experimental Investigation of Forced Convective Cooling of Rectangular Block,’ Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering in a book series published in Advances in Mechanical Engineering, by Springer, Singapore, 17th Jan., 2020, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-0124-1_62

36. Singh, Maibam R., Giri, Asis, Lingfa, Pradip, ‘Effect of Dual-Height Plate Fins on Phase Change Material Cooling Technique: An Experimental Study,’ Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering in a book series published in Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering, by Springer, Singapore, pp. 619-629, 11th January 2021,  https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-7711-6_62 

37. Mazumdar NS, Lingfa, P., Giri, Asis, ‘Numerical study on momentum transfer and heat transfer phenomenon from a sphere under forced convection environment,’ In: Kumar, A., Zunaid, M., Subramanian, K.A., Lim, H. (eds.) Recent Advances in Manufacturing and Thermal Engineering. RAMMTE-2022. Part of Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering book series (LNME). Springer, Singapore (22nd March Year-2023), pages.363-376. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-8517-1_27.

   (D) International/National Conference Paper:

38. Singh, M.R., Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P. ‘Enhancing heat transfer in phase change material-based cooling: A review’, AIP (i.e., American Institute of Physics) Conference Proceedings January, 2022 (2421) 060008.

39. Pathak, KK, Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P, ‘Effects of geometric parameters on heat transfer from a shrouded vertical plate fin array’, Proceedings of the National conference on Sustainable Mechanical Engineering: Today and Beyond (SMETB), Tezpur University, March 25-26, (year-2017). ISBN-978-93-84388-11-9.

40. Pathak, KK, Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P, ‘Effects of Fin tip to shroud clearance on the thermal performance of rectangular vertical shrouded fin array’, IEEE sponsored 4th International Conference on innovation in information, embedded and communication systems (ICIIECS'17) held on organised by Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India. ISBN- 978-1-5090-3293-8.

41. Bhuyan, D., Giri, Asis, Lingfa, P, ‘Effect of Relative humidity on filmwise condensation-A numerical Study-Proceeding of International Conference on Recent Innovations in Engineering and Technology’, 5ᵗͪ to 6ᵗͪ   November, 2016, Giet-Gunupur.

42. Barma, SD., Das, B., Giri, Asis, ‘Effect of load level on the performance of a biodiesel run dual fuel CI engine using second law analysis,’ Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference and Utility Exhibition on Power and Energy Systems: Issues and Prospects for Asia, ICUE 2011, 6497779 (2012). DOI:10.1109/ICUEPES.2011.6497779. 

43. Giri, Asis, Theerthan, A., Karbojian, A., Sehgal, B.R., ‘Effect of penetrations on the lower head vessel failure under coupled melt pool convection and creep’, Transactions of the 17ᵗͪ  International Conference on Structural Mechanics in Reactor Technology (SMiRT 17), Prague, Czech Republic, August 17 –22, 2003. 

44. Giri, Asis, Karbojian, A., Sehgal, BR., ‘Lower head vessel failure and creep in American Steel’, 11ᵗͪ  Int. Conference Of Nuclear Engineering’, Tokyo, Japan, April 20-23, 2003. 

45. Ma, We Min., Yang, Z. Lin, Giri, Asis, Sehgal, Bal Raj, ‘Numerical Simulation of Hydrodynamics of a Heavy liquid Drop covered by Vapour Film in a Water Pool’, 10ᵗͪ  International Conference on Nuclear Engineering (ICONE-10), April-14-18, 2002, Arlington, Virginia, USA. 



Funds provided to IISc. (Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore) and NERIST (North-Eastern Regional Institute of Science and Technology, Itanagar) by the Ministry, Human Resource and Development (MHRD) from India for all these works are highly acknowledged. For creating amicable ambience Indian Government is also highly acknowledged. Nerist Fraternity and Arunachal-Pradesh Govt. are also acknowledged for creating amicable ambience in NERIST and their influence in my development. For the basic developments to reach this far West-Bengal (an Indian State) Govt. is also acknowledged highly. Thereafter for the further basic developments Karnataka (another Indian State) Govt. is also acknowledged to attain this achievement. 

I further acknowledge Bengal-Engineering-College's/BESU's/IIEST's (in short B.E. College at Howrah, West-Bengal, Bharat (India) in my time) Fraternity and Calcutta University's Fraternity, IISc.'s (Bangalore, Karnataka, Bharat(India) fraternity.

Indirect roles played for doing all these stated works by Leaders (past and present), Spiritual Leaders(Past and Present), Academicians (direct and indirect), Business-Houses, Industrialists, Entertainment-Industry's Fraternity, Medical-Practitioners, Law-and-Justice's Fraternity, Solders (past and present), Transport-Sector's Fraternity, Security Personal, Technicians, Friends, Scholars, School-Teachers (direct and indirect), Postal-Department's Fraternity, Agriculturists, Support-Staff, Home-Makers, Students and Helpers from all Spheres are very effective. 

Dr. Asis Giri