VISHVESHWAR RAJENDRA MANTHA


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VISHVESHWAR RAJENDRA MANTHA 
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MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR RAJENDRA 
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Investigador Auxiliar 
Domínio científico de atuação
Scientific domain

Ciências ExactasFísica. Engenharia e TecnologiaEngenharia Mecânica. Engenharia e TecnologiaEngenharia Electrotécnica, Electrónica e Informática. Engenharia e TecnologiaOutras Engenharias e Tecnologias.

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Universidade de TrásosMontes e Alto Douro Centro de Investigação de Desporto, Saúde e Desenvolvimento Humano Grupo Performance Desportiva E1.11 Quinta de Prados 5001801 Vila Real Portugal Apartado: 1013 Telefone: (+351)259350000Extensão: 25 Fax: (+351)259350480 Correio electrónico: vmantha@utad.pt Homepage: www.utad.pt 
Sexo
Gender

Masculino»Male 
Graus Académicos
(Academic Degrees)
20032007 
Doutoramento Phd

Physics Nuclear Reactor Computational Heat and Mass Transfer Neutronics
(6 anos » years)
.
Bhabha Atomic Research Centre/University of Mumbai,
Índia. Instituição portuguesa que atribuiu reconhecimento/equivalência/registo » Portuguese Instituition providing acknowledgement/equivalence/registry
: Bhabha Atomic Research Centre/University of Mumbai. Com o tipo » With the type:
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19982000 
Mestrado Master degree

MSc PHYSICS ELECTRONICS
(2 anos » years)
.
The Institute of Science/Mumbai University,
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Reconhecimento » Acknowledgement.

19951998 
Bacharelato Bachelor degree

Physics
(3 anos » years)
.
DG Ruparel College/University of Mumbai,
Índia. Instituição portuguesa que atribuiu reconhecimento/equivalência/registo » Portuguese Instituition providing acknowledgement/equivalence/registry
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Vínculos profissionais
(Professional Positions)
Universidade de TrásosMontes e Alto Douro 
Jul/2008Actual 
Investigador Auxiliar 
Structural Analysis Department, Cargotec India Pvt. Ltd (CEI), Pune 
Dez/2008Out/2009 
Investigador Principal 
CAE Department, V J Coresoft Pvt. Ltd., Pune, Maharashtra, India 
Mar/2008Dez/2008 
Técnico Especialista Principal 
Test Blanket Module (TBM) Division, ITER group, Institute Plasma Research 
Set/2007Fev/2008 
Investigador Auxiliar 
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur India 
Fev/2006Mar/2007 
Investigador Auxiliar 
Laser and Plasma Technology Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Mumbai 
Jan/2001Jul/2003 
Investigador Auxiliar 
Línguas (Languages)
Compreende Understandig

Inglês (Bem). 
Fala Speaking

Inglês (Bem). 
Lê Reading

Inglês (Bem). 
Escreve Writing

Inglês (Bem). 
Membro de Associações Profissionais/Científicas (Professional/Scientific Association membership)
Jan/2011  Jan/2017 
Indian Physics Association, Membro.
Life Member.

Produção científica, técnica e artística/cultural
(Scientific, technical and artistical/cultural
production)
Capítulos de livros publicados Published book chapters

1. 
A., Daniel; M., Tiago; Mantha, Vishveshwar; I., Abel; J., Antnio. 2012. Modelling Propelling Force in Swimming Using Numerical Simulations. In Fluid Dynamics, Computational Modeling and Applications, ed. L. Hector Juarez, 239  244. ISBN: 9789535100522. USA: InTech. information about performance and to play an important role as a complementary tool to
physical experiments. Indeed, this methodology has produced significant improvements in
equipment design and technique prescription in different sports (Kellar et al., 1999; Pallis et
al., 2000; Dabnichki & Avital, 2006). In swimming, this methodology has been applied in
order to better understand swimming performance. Thus, the numerical techniques have
been addressed to study the propulsive forces generated by the propelling segments
(Rouboa et al., 2006; Marinho et al., 2009a) and the hydrodynamic drag forces resisting
forward motion (Silva et al., 2008; Marinho et al., 2009b).
Although the swimmer’s performance is dependent on both drag and propulsive forces,
within this chapter the focus is only on the analysis of the propulsive forces. Hence, this
chapter covers topics in swimming propelling force analysis from a numerical simulation
technique perspective. This perspective means emphasis on the fluid mechanics and
computational fluid dynamics methodology applied in swimming investigations. One of the
main aims for performance (velocity) enhancement of swimming is to maximize propelling
forces whilst not increasing drag forces resisting forward motion, for a given trust. This
chapter will concentrate on numerical simulation results, considering the scientific
simulation pointofview, for this practical application in swimming.




2. 
Marinho, Daniel A; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Rouboa, Abel I; Silva, António J. 2012. Numerical Simulation of Viscous Flow Around Kayak: A comparison of different design models. In Biomedical Imaging and Computational Modeling in Biomechanics, 14  25. ISBN: ISBN 978940074. New York: Andreaus, Ugo; Iacoviello, Daniela (Eds.).




3. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R. 2012. Computational Fluid Dynamic Study of LBE Neutron Spallation Target for Accelerator Driven System. In Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics, ed. Dr. Donna Guillen, 112  135. ISBN: 9809533076688. USA: Intech. 



Artigos em revistas com arbitragem científica Papers in periodics with scientific refereeing

1. 
Ramos, R J; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Marinho, Daniel A; Novais, M L; Silva, António J; Rouboa, Abel. 2012. "The Effect of depth on hydrodynamic drag during the gliding in swimming. ", Journal Motricidade 8, 1: 57  65.




2. 
Monteiro, Eliseu; Mantha, Vishveshwar; Rouboa, Abel. 2012. "Portuguese pellets market: Analysis of the production and utilization constrains", Energy Policy 42, 42: 129  135.




3. 
Novais, M L; Silva, António J; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Ramos, R J; Rouboa, Abel; VilasBoas, João P; Luís, Sérgio R; Marinho, Daniel A. 2012. "The Effect of Depth on Drag During the Streamlined Glide: A ThreeDimensional CFD Analysis", Journal of Human Kinetics 33, 1: 55  65.




4. 
Ribeiro, Alves; Mantha, Vishveshwar R; Rouboa, Abel I; Marinho, Daniel A; Silva, António J. 2011. "Study of external air flow for an AURORA", Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology 83, 5: 255  265. Purpose – The purpose of this current study is to identify the optimal stable position of airship, with reference to spatial
variation of atmospheric wind flow, so as to reduce the vibrations and thus aid in the development of control mechanism of
airship dynamics.
Design/methodology/approach – Study of uniform flow under steadystate conditions was carried out through the measurements
of pressure and velocity in a wind tunnel at low Mach numbers on airship model (in order of size, 1:13) inclined to the uniform
air stream at various angles. The measurements have been made for a range of angles of incidence, in both vertical and horizontal
planes, with a Reynolds number, based on the free stream velocity and a body crosssectional dimension, of order of four and
six, respectively. Steadystate numerical simulations were performed, serving comparative investigation with experimental
data for the specific case of the model inclined to the free stream, with orientation of sideslip (yaw) angle ß=0 and angle
of attack (pitch) a=0.
Findings – The numerical results showed similar trend as found by experimental analysis. In this study, several factors such
as the pressure (Cp), lift (CL), drag (CD) coefficients, pressure and air velocity were taken into account for comparative
analysis. The analysis paved the way in identification of constructively stable position of airship model with orientation
of ß=0 and a=0, with respect to air flow direction.
Practical implications – The current findings aid in the development of control mechanism of airship dynamics.
Originality/value – The experimental analysis of the airship model is presented along with computational fluid dynamics analysis
of optimised shape of airship model in different orientations with respect to direction of airflow.




5. 
Marinho, Daniel A; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Rouboa, Abel; Boas, João P. V; Machado, Leandro; Barbosa, Tiago M; Silva, António J. 2011. "The Effect Of Wearing A Cap On The Swimmer Passive Drag", Portuguese Journal of Sport Sciences 11, 2: 319  322. The purpose of this study was to analyse the effect of wearing a cap on swimmer passive
drag. A computational fluid dynamics analysis was carriedout to determine the
hydrodynamic drag of a female swimmer’s model: (i) wearing a swimming cap and; (ii)
with no cap. The threedimensional surface geometry of a female swimmer’s model with
cap and with no cap was acquired through standard commercial laser scanner. Passive
drag force and drag coefficient were computed with the swimmer in a streamlined
position. Higher hydrodynamic drag values were determined when the swimmer was with
no cap in comparison with the situation when the swimmer was wearing a cap. In
conclusion, one can state that wearing a swim cap may positively influence swimmer’s
hydrodynamics.




6. 
Costa, Lígia; Ribeiro, João; Marinho, Daniel A; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; VilasBoas, João P; Fernandes, Ricardo J; Silva, António J; Rouboa, Abel I; LeandroMachado. 2011. "Comparing Computational Fluid Dynamics And Inverse Dynamics Methodologies To Assess Passive Drag During Swimming Gliding", Portuguese Journal of Sport Sciences 11, 2: 187  189. The purpose of the present study was to compare two different methodologies for passive
drag evaluation considering two different swimming glide positions used in the
breaststroke event: a prone position with flexed shoulders and arms extended above the
head, and a prone position with arms extended along the trunk. Experimentally the
passive drag was assessed by Inverse Dynamics from swim meter data, and numerical
simulation by the Computational Fluid Dynamics. Similar drag and drag coefficient values
were found for the first glide position with the two methods; however, for the second glide
position, the drag and drag coefficients were higher using Computational Fluid Dynamic
when compared with Inverse Dynamics for the same velocities.




7. 
Rouboa, Abel I; Reis, Victor M; Mantha, Vishveshwar R; Marinho, Daniel A; Silva, António J. 2011. "Analysis of wind velocity and release angle effects on discus throw using computational fluid dynamics", Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 1: 1  8.




8. 
Monteiro, Eliseu; Mantha, Vishveshwar; Rouboa, Abel. 2011. "Prospective application of farm cattle manure for bioenergy production in Portugal", Renewable Energy 36, 2: 627  631.




9. 
Kumawat, H.; Dutta, D.; Mantha, V.; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P.; Choudhury, R.K.; Kailas, S.. 2008. "Heat deposition in thick targets due to interaction of high energy protons and thermal hydraulics analysis", Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms 266, 4: 604  612. Heat deposition inside thick targets due to interaction of high energy protons (Ep ~ GeV) has been estimated using an improved
version of the Monte Carlo simulation code CASCADE.04.h. The results are compared with the available experimental data for
thick targets of Be, Al, Fe, Cu, Pb and Bi at proton energies of 0.8 GeV, 1.0 GeV and 1.2 GeV. A more continuous heat deposition
approach which has been adopted in CASCADE.04.h yields results which are in better agreement with the experimental data as
compared to the ones from the earlier version of CASCADE.04. The results are also compared with the predictions of the FLUKA
Monte Carlo code. Both CASCADE.04.h and FLUKA predictions are nearly similar for heavy targets and both agree with the experimental
measurements. However, they do have differences in predictions for lighter targets where measurements also differ from the
predictions. It is observed that the maximum heat loss in thick targets occurs at the beginning of the target due to increasing
nuclear reaction contributions. This aspect is crucial in designing the window of a spallation neutron target employed in
an accelerator driven subcritical system (ADS) as this is the first material to be traversed by the proton beam and is subjected
to the maximum temperature gradient. Optimization of the targetwindow parameters requires a careful estimation of heat deposition
in the window region and this has been demonstrated through thermal hydraulic studies related to the design of a realistic
lead bismuth eutectic (LBE) spallation neutron target for an ADS system.




10. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P.. 2007. "Thermal hydraulic studies of spallation target for oneway coupled Indian accelerator driven systems with low energy proton
beam", PRAMANA JOURNAL OF PHYSICS 68, 2: 355  363. BARC has recently proposed a oneway coupled ADS reactor. This reactor requires typically ~1 GeV proton beam with 2 mA of
current. Approximately 8 kW of heat is deposited in the window of the target. Circulating liquid metal target (lead/leadbismuth{eutectic)
has to extract this heat and this is a critical R&D problem to be solved. At present there are very few accelerators, which
can give few mA and highenergy proton beam. However, accelerators with low energy and hundreds of microampere current are
commercially available. In view of this, it is proposed in this paper to simulate beam window heating of ~8 kW in the target
with lowenergy proton beam. Detailed thermal analysis in the spallation and window region has been carried out to study the
capability of heat extraction by circulating LBE for a typical target loop with a proton beam of 30 MeV energy and current
of 0.267 mA. The heat deposition study is carried out using FLUKA code and flow analysis by CFD code. The detailed analysis
of this work is presented in this paper.
.




11. 
Mantha, V.; Chaudhary, R.; Pal, S.; Gourai, S.; Murthy, P.S.S.; Sahasrabudhe, S.N.; Biswas, G.; Das, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P.. 2006. "Intense heat simulation studies on window of high density liquid metal spallation target module for accelerator driven systems", International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 49, 1920: 3728  3745. The design of the spallation target system for accelerator driven systems requires a detailed understanding of the thermalhydraulic
issues involved as intense heat is deposited both in the window as well as in the target. Removal of heat from the window
is a big thermalhydraulic challenge. A lead–bismuth eutectic (LBE) experimental flow loop is currently being designed (1:1
size of an actual target both in terms of geometry and flow rate) to study thermalhydraulics of the target system. It is
proposed to simulate the proton beam heating of the window with a plasma heat source. In this paper, flow simulation studies
have been performed for different target geometries and flow configurations with different window materials, which are proposed
for the above said experimental loop. Optimal values of window geometry and flow configurations including the thermal loads
the window experiences have been arrived at along with the required parameters for the plasma torch. The plasma torch has
been tested and found to be suitable for simulation of proton beam heating in LBE loop to be set up.




Trabalhos completos/resumidos em eventos com arbitragem científica Papers in conference proceedings with scientific refereeing

1. 
Ramos, R J; Novais, M L; Barbosa, Tiago M; Silva, António J; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Rouboa, Abel I; Marinho, Daniel A. 2012. "The Effect Of Body Positions On Drag During The Streamlined Glide: A ThreeDimensional CFD Analysis ", Trabalho apresentado em 18th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics ESB2012, In 18th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics ESB2012, Lisbon. 



2. 
Soares, A A; Couto, Nuno T; Marinho, Daniel A; Rouboa, Abel I; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Silva, António J. 2011. "Momentum and Heat Transfer in PowerLaw Fluids Across a Rotating Cylinder: A Numerical Study", Trabalho apresentado em International Conference on Numerical Analysis and Applied Mathematics, In NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS ICNAAM 2011 AIP, GREECE. 



3. 
Ramos, R J; Marinho, Daniel A; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Barbosa, Tiago M; Rouboa, Abel I; Ribeiro, João; Machado, Leandro; VilasBoas, João P; Silva, António J. 2011. "computacional de fluidos análise do coeficiente de arrasto durante o deslize subaquático Dinâmica.", Trabalho apresentado em XXXIV Congresso da Associação Portuguesa de Técnicos de Natação, In XXXIV Congresso da Associação Portuguesa de Técnicos de Natação, Ílhavo, Aveiro. 



4. 
Couto, Nuno T; Soares, A A; Rouboa, Abel I; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R. 2011. "Numerical Study Of Fluid Flow Reo Thickeners Around A Rotating Cylinder", Trabalho apresentado em Congress on Numerical Methods in Engineering  CMNE 2011. Coimbra, Portugal, In Congress on Numerical Methods in Engineering  CMNE 2011. Coimbra, Portugal, Coimbra. 



5. 
Couto, Nuno T; Soares, Armando A; Rouboa, Abel; Mantha, Vishveshwar. 2011. "Estudo Numérico do Escoamento de Fluidos Reoespessantes em Torno de um Cilindro em Rotação", Trabalho apresentado em Congresso de Métodos Numéricos em Engenharia, In Congresso de Métodos Numéricos em Engenharia, Coimbra. 



6. 
Marinho, Daniel A; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Ramos, R J; Barbosa, Tiago M; VilasBoas, João P; Rouboa, Abel I; Silva, António J. 2011. "The effect on swimmer’s hydrodynamic drag wearing two swimsuits", Trabalho apresentado em ASICS UKSEM London 2011, In ASICS UKSEM London 2011. British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine ASICS, London. 



7. 
Marinho, Daniel A; Ramos, R J; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Barbosa, Tiago M; Rouboa, Abel; Silva, António J. 2010. "Computational fluid dynamics: the analysis of drag coefficient during the gliding phase", Trabalho apresentado em Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) conference BASEM London, In Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) conference BASEM, London. 



8. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Marinho, Daniel A; Kjendlie, P L; Silva, António J. 2010. "Invited Workshop in CFD methodology: its usefulness and basic steps", Trabalho apresentado em XIth International Symposium for Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming ISBS, In XIth International Symposium for Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming ISBS, Oslo. 



9. 
Marinho, Daniel A; Barbosa, Tiago M; Mantripragada, N; VilasBoas, João P; Rouard, Annie; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Rouboa, Abel I; Silva, António J. 2010. "The Gliding Phase in Swimming: The Effect of Water Depth.", Trabalho apresentado em XIth International Symposium for Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming ISBS, In XIth International Symposium for Biomechanics and Medicine in Swimming ISBS, Oslo. 



10. 
Chaudhary, R.; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Das, T K; Harury, A; Satyamurthy, P.. 2006. "Velocity Profile Measurement in Rough Pipes using Nonintrusive Ultrasonic Doppler Shift Echography Method", Trabalho apresentado em 18th National Heat & Mass Transfer and 7th ISHMTASME H&MT Conference, In 18th National Heat & Mass Transfer and 7th ISHMTASME H&MT Conference, Guwahati. 



11. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P. 2006. "Thermal Hydraulic studies of Spallation Target for Oneway Coupled Indian ADS with Low Energy Proton Beam", Trabalho apresentado em Int. Workshop ON Physics of Accelerator Driven SubCritical System for Energy and Transmutation Univ. of RajasthanBRNS, In Int. Workshop ON Physics of Accelerator Driven SubCritical System for Energy and Transmutation Univ. of RajasthanBRNS, Jaipur. 



12. 
Dutta, D.; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P. 2005. "ADS Window Target design criteria based on heat deposition due to interaction of 1GeV proton beam", Trabalho apresentado em DAEBRNS Symposium on Nuclear Physics, In DAEBRNS Symposium on Nuclear Physics, Mumbai. 



13. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Dutta, D.; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P.. 2005. "Simulation Studies of Window Thermal Loads in ADS Target by Low Energy Proton Beam", Trabalho apresentado em DAEBRNS –INS Symposium on Science behind Nuclear Technology, In DAEBRNS –INS Symposium on Science behind Nuclear Technology, MUMBAI. 



14. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Dixit, N S; Jha, M N; Bapat, A V; Satyamurthy, P. 2004. "Design of Mercury Experimental System to Study FreeSurface Flows for Windowless Spallation Target for Accelerator Driven
SubCritical Systems", Trabalho apresentado em 17th National Heat & Mass Transfer and 6th ISHMTASME H&MT Conference, In 17th National Heat & Mass Transfer and 6th ISHMTASME H&MT Conference IGCAR Kalpakkam, Chennai, India. 



15. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Biswas, Keya; Biswas, G.; Satyamurthy, P. 2004. "ThermalHydraulic Flow Simulation Studies for heavy density liquid metal Target for Accelerator Driven SubCritical systems", Trabalho apresentado em International Mechanical Engineering conference and Exposition, In International Mechanical Engineering conference and Exposition, Kuwait City, Kuwait. 



16. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Dutta, D.; Das, T K; Chaudhary, R.; Kumar, K; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P; Kailas, S.. 2004. "Thermal Hydraulic Analysis of LBE Neutron Spallation Target for ADS", Trabalho apresentado em DAEBRNS Symposium on Nuclear Physics, In DAEBRNS Symposium on Nuclear Physics, VARANASI. 



Artigos em revistas sem arbitragem científica Papers in periodics without scientific refereeing

1. 
Costa, L.; Mantha, V.R.; Silva, A.J.; Fernandes, R.J.; Marinho, D.A.; VilasBoas, J.P.; Machado, L.; Rouboa, A.. 2015. "Computational fluid dynamics vs. inverse dynamics methods to determine passive drag in two breaststroke glide positions", Journal of Biomechanics 48, 10: 2221  2226.




2. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Marinho, Daniel A; Silva, Antonio J; Rouboa, Abel I. 2014. "The 3D CFD study of gliding swimmer on passive hydrodynamics drag", Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 57, 2: 302  308.




3. 
Bilinauskaite, Milda; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Ziliukas, Pranas; Silva, Antonio J. 2014. "Analysis of swimmer’s hand velocity, orientation and shape using computational fluid dynamics", Vibroengineering PROCEDIA 3, 1: 292  295.




4. 
Bilinauskaite, M.; Mantha, V.R.; Rouboa, A.I.; Ziliukas, P.; Silva, A.J.. 2013. "Computational fluid dynamics study of swimmer's hand velocity, orientation, and shape: Contributions to hydrodynamics", BioMed Research International 2013, 2013: 1  14.




5. 
Mantha, V.R.; Silva, A.J.; Marinho, D.A.; Rouboa, A.I.. 2013. "Numerical simulation of twophase flow around flatwater competition kayak designevolution models", Journal of Applied Biomechanics 29, 3: 270  278.




6. 
Laurent, Alexandra; Rouard, Annie; Mantha, Vishveshwar R; Marinho, Daniel A; Silva, Antonio J; Rouboa, Abel I. 2013. "The Computational Fluid Dynamics Study of Orientation Effects of Oar Blade", Journal of Applied Biomechanics 29, 1: 23  32.




7. 
Bilinauskaite, Milda; Mantha, Vishveshwar R; Rouboa, Abel I; Ziliukas, Pranas; Silva, António J. 2013. "A Computational Fluid Dynamics Study of Propulsion Due to the Orientation Effects of Swimmer’s Hand", Journal of Applied Biomechanics 29, 6: 817  823.




8. 
Marinho, D.A.; Mantha, V.R.; VilasBoas, J.P.; Ramos, R.J.; Machado, L.; Rouboa, A.I.; Silva, A.J.. 2012. "Effect of wearing a swimsuit on hydrodynamic drag of swimmer", Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology 55, 6: 851  856.




9. 
Monteiro, E.; Mantha, V.; Rouboa, A.. 2012. "The Feasibility of Biomass Pellets Production in Portugal", Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy 8, 1: 28  34.




10. 
Soares, A.A.; Couto, N.T.; Marinho, D.; Rouboa, A.I.; Mantha, V.; Silva, A.. 2011. "Momentum and heat transfer in powerlaw fluids across a rotating cylinder: A numerical study", AIP Conference Proceedings 1389, 175: 175  178.




11. 
Mantha, V.; Dutta, D.; Chaudhary, R.; Pal, S.; Mohanty, A.K.; Satyamurthy, P.. 2007. "Thermalhydraulic studies related to the design of LBE neutron spallation target for accelerator driven systems", Nuclear Engineering and Design 237, 6: 607  617.




Outra produção científica Other scientific production

1. 
Prakash, K A; Pal, Siddhartha; Singh, Satya P; MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Biswas, G; Satyamurthy, P.. 2006. "CFD Code for thermal hydraulics of Neutron Spallation Target of Accelerator Driven SubCritical System". IIT Kanpur, India.: BRNS. 
2. 
MANTHA, VISHVESHWAR R; Dixit, N S; Satyamurthy, P. 2002. "ADS Target Studies–Design of Mercury Experimental Loop and UVP Diagnostic System Development". India: Bhabha Atomic Research Centre . 
Dados Complementares (Additional data)
Tese de Doutoramento Phd Thesis

1. 
Milda Biliinauskiate, UNSTEADY STUDY OF HYDRODYNAMICS APLLIED TO BIOMECHANICS, 2012. Tese (HYDRODYNAMICS APPLIED TO BIOMECHANICS)  Universidade de TrásosMontes e Alto Douro (Coorientador). 
Indicadores de produção
(Production indicators)
Produção científica Scientific production

43 
Livros e capítulos Books and book chapters

3 
Capítulos de livros publicados Published book chapters

3 
Artigos científicos em revistas Papers in periodics

22 
Com arbitragem científica With scientific refereeing

11 
Sem arbitragem científica Without scientific refereeing

11 
Trabalhos em eventos Papers in conference proceedings

16 
Com arbitragem científica With scientific refereeing

16 
Outros tipos de produção científica Other scientific production

2 
Dados complementares (Additional data)

1 
Orientações Orientations

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