Understanding Dynamic Drop Formation in 2-D Channels and Development of a Rational Design Framework”, DST, INR 40,00,000, 2014-2016.
Rapid Diagnostics of Batteries for Efficient Power Management, US DOD, US$ 85,000, 2014.
STTR Phase I: Development of a Computational Tool for Modeling, Simulation, and Design of Next Generation Discrete Droplet Microfluidic Systems, NSF, USD 225,000, Jeevan Maddala, SysEng LLC (PI) and Raghunathan Rengaswamy (coPI), 2013-2014.
RBIC CARS project on development of a master controller for a network of PAFC stacks, NMRL, INR 8,98,880, 2012-2013.
“CDI-Type I: Engineering Massively Parallelized Fluidic Processors: From Data to Predictive Models to Functional Designs”, (With co-PI Siva Vanapalli), NSF, $500,000, 2011-2014
“Model-Based Sensor Placement for Component Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis in Fossil Energy Systems”, (with Debangsu Bhattacharyya, WVU), DOE, $757,992, 2011-2013
“Translational Research in Academic Community (TRAC): Development of Controller Performance Assessment and Mitigation Technology”, NSF, $175,000, 2010-2013
“Translational Research in Academic Community (TRAC): Development of Controller Performance Assessment and Mitigation Technology”, REU Supplement, NSF, $11,875, 2010-2013
Supplement to the project “Theoretical and Experimental Study of Multivariable Control of PEM Fuel Cells” to fund a fellow to spend a summer at Clarkson, ACS-PRF, $8000, 2007
“GOALI: An Integrated Framework for Stiction Detection and Compensation in Control Loops”, REU Supplement, NSF, $12,000, 2007
Consultant to Reliance Industries for their participation in the Stanford Fuel Cell Consortium on Solid State Proton Conducting Direct Methanol Fuel Cells, 2007- 2010
“Modeling of Gasifiers”, Honeywell, $10,000, 2007.
“Development of Nonlinear Estimators”, Honeywell, $15,000, 2007.
“Three year Collaborative Project on PEM Fuel Cells”, with IIT Madras India, funded by Department of Science and Technology (DST), India, Approx. $15,000, 2006-2009
“Sensitivity Analysis of a predictive model for reactor yield”, KBR Inc., $8000, 2006
“GOALI: An Integrated Framework for Stiction Detection and Compensation in Control Loops”, NSF, $262,909, 2006-2009
“A Predictive Model for Reactor Yield”, KBR Inc. (Formerly Kellogg Brown and Root), Houston, $8,000, 2005.
“Performance Analysis of Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cells (PAFC) Using Detailed Dynamic Models”, IIT Bombay/NMRL, $10,400, 2005.
“Productivity Improvement in Industrial Processes through Diagnosis and Compensation of Stiction in Control Valves”, NY State Energy Research and Development Authority ( NYSERDA), $47,148, 2005-2006
“Fuel Specific SOFC Design and Control”, (With P. Pillay, EE), DOD/Nanodynamics $280,000, 2005-2008
“Theoretical and Experimental Study of Multivariable Control of PEM Fuel Cells” ACS-PRF, $80,000, 2005-2007
“Advanced Diagnostics of PEM Fuel Cells”, NY State Energy Research and Development Authority ( NYSERDA), $62,148, 2005-2006
“A New Control Method for Improving Part Consistency for Injection Molding” (With Greg Campbell), NY State Energy Research and Development Authority ( NYSERDA), $54,648, 2005-2006
“Performance Monitoring of Control Loops”, Honeywell, $29,935, 2004-2005
“Issues in Non-Equilibrium Reactive Distillation”, (With L. N. Sridhar, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez), NSF, $281,397, 2004-2007.
Simulation of IPA production facility of NOCIL Bombay under the mission mode project completed, March 1996 - June 1998, IIT Bombay (CAD Center Faculty). (Rs. 2,50,000)
Simulation of a Multi-tubular reactor for the production of MIBK from DMK for NOCIL Bombay under the mission mode project completed, March - Dec, 1996, IIT Bombay (CAD Center Faculty). (Rs. 2,50, 000)
Member of the Mission Mode Project on the Development of a Multi-Purpose Simulator for the Process Industry, IIT Bombay (CAD Center Faculty). (Rs. 80,00,000)
"Development of Composite/Hybrid Lower Order Models from Process Data for Control of Chemical Processes", funded under SERC Scheme for Young Scientist, DST, India. (Rs. 2,50,000)
"Studies in Control Relevant Process Identification", Co-Investigator, funded by DST, India under the scheme of SRC, Principal Investigator: R.D. Gudi. (Rs. 10,00,000)
"Nonlinear Model for Rotary Slosh in Fuel Tanks of Launch Vehicles", Co-Investigator, funded by ISRO, India. Principal Investigator: N. Ananthakrishnan. (Rs. 3,00,000)
*Update on 13th September 2015.
A consultancy project on the development of a process simulator for LPG recovery unit with ABB completed, June 1996 - May 1997, IIT Bombay. (Rs. 2,50,000)
Consultant to ABB, India in their Oil Movement & Storage (OMS) projects and Operator Training Simulator (OTS) projects. (Rs. 50,000)
A consultancy project on development of an Object-Oriented Java Based Modeling Framework for the simulation of an Industrial FCCU with Madras Refineries Limited, Chennai and Invensys, Chennai. (Rs. 1,25,000)
Consultant to Aditya Internet Services Ltd., on their Project on Development of a Software for Pipeline Leak Detection. (Rs. 1,20,000)
A consultancy project on Soft Sensor Development using NN, PCA and PLS Tools for Tata Honeywell Limited (THL), Pune, India (With Profs. R. D. Gudi and K. P.Madhavan). (Rs. 7,00,000)