Books:

  1. S. De, S. Banerjee and S. Mondal, “Stevioside: Technology, Applications and Health”, Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN:9781118350669, 2013.
  2. S. De and S. Mondal, “Micellar enhanced Ultrafiltration: A surfactant mediated membrane based process”, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, USA; ISBN: 9781439895689, 2012.
  3. S. De and A. Maiti, “Arsenic removal from contaminated groundwater using laterite based adsorption technique”, by TERI Press, ISBN: 9788179933831, 2011, India.
  4. S. De, “Novel Separation Processes”, Web book, The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning, Ministry of Human Resource & Development, Government of India, 2010.
  5. S. De, C. Das, S. DasGupta “Treatment of Tannery effluent by membrane separation technology”, Nova Science Publishers. Inc., USA, 2010, ISBN: 978-1-60741-836-8.
  6. S. De, B. Sarkar, S. DasGupta, “Electric filed enhanced membrane separation system: Principles and Typical applications”, Nova Science Publishers. Inc., USA, 2010, ISBN: 978-1-60741-592-3.
  7. S. De, S. DasGupta and S. Ranjith “Membrane based clarification/concentration of Fruit Juice”, Nova Science Publishers Inc., USA, 2009. ISBN: 978-1-60456-738-0.

Book chapters:

  1. P. Rai and S. De, “Microfiltration and Nanofiltration in Food Processing”, in Process and Food Enginering: Principles and Applications, Taylor & Francis.
  2. S. Mondal and S. De, “Processing of stevioside using membrane-based separation processes”, in Integrated Membrane Operations, Walter De Gruyter, edited by A. Cassano and E. Drioli, 2013.
  3. N. Vasu and S. De, “Mass transport issues in micro and nano-scales”, in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics Handbook- Vol 1 from CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, LLC, edited by S. K. Mitra and S. Chakraborty, ISBN: 978-1-4398167-6-9 , 2011.
  4. S. De and P. Banerjee, “Treatment of Textile Plant Effluent Using Membrane Based Separation Processes: A Brief Review” in Membrane Technologies and Applications, edited by K. Mohanty and M. K. Purkait, Taylor and Francis, USA, 2011.
  5. S. De and P. Rai, “Application of membrane separation processes for clarification of fruit juice and beverages” in Membrane Technologies and Applications, edited by K. Mohanty and M. K. Purkait, Taylor and Francis, USA, 2011.
  6. S. De and C, Das, “Membrane separation for water and waste treatment”, in Handbook of Environmental and Waste Management, edited by Y.T. Hung, L. K.Wang and N. Shammas, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, ISBN: 978-981-4327-69-7; 2012 (scheduled).
  7. S. De, “Mass transfer coefficient for laminar flow in membrane modules: Applications in clarification/concentration of fruit juice”, Chapter 8, in Fruit juices; Properties, consumption and nutrition, edited by P. G. Scardina, Nova Science Publishers Inc., USA, ISBN: 978-1-60741- 505-3, 2009.
  8. S. De and B. Sarkar, “Application of external electric field for efficient clarification of citrus fruit juice”, Chapter 9, in Fruit juices; Properties, consumption and nutrition, edited by P. G. Scardina, Nova Science Publishers Inc., USA, ISBN: 978-1-60741-505-3, 2009.
  9. S. De, S. DasGupta and S. Ranjith, “Effects of permeation on mass transfer coefficient for laminar non-Newtonian fluid flow in membrane modules during clarification/concentration of fruit juice” in Focus on Food Engineering Research & Developments, edited by V. N. Pletney, Chapter 7, Nova Science Publishers. Inc., USA, ISBN:1-60021-898-9, 397-452, 2007.
  10. S. De, S. DasGupta and S. Ranjith, “Effects of permeation on mass transfer coefficient for laminar non-Newtonian fluid flow in membrane modules during clarification/concentration of fruit juice” in Focus on Food Engineering Research & Developments, edited by V. N. Pletney, Chapter 7, Nova Science Publishers. Inc., USA, ISBN:1-60021-898-9, 397-452, 2007.

List of publications (in press/published):

  1. S. Chatterjee, I. Sivareddy, S. De, Adsorptive removal of potentially toxic metals (cadmium, copper, nickel and zinc) by chemically treated laterite: Single and multicomponent batch and column study. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 5 (2017) 3273-3289.

  2. S. Chatterjee, S. De, Adsorptive removal of arsenic from groundwater using chemically treated iron ore slime incorporated mixed matrix hollow fiber membrane, Separation and Purification Technology  179 (2017) 357-368.

  3. M. Mukherjee, S. De, Investigation of antifouling and disinfection potential of chitosan coated iron oxide-PAN hollow fiber membrane using Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, Materials Science and Engineering: C 75 (2017) 133-148.

  4. K. V. Kurada, S. De, Modeling of solution thermodynamics: A method for tuning the properties of blend polymeric membranes, Journal of Membrane Science 540 (2017) 485-495.

  5. P. Bhunia, S. Chatterjee, P. Rudra, S. De, Chelating polyacrylonitrile beads for removal of lead and cadmium from wastewater, Separation and Purification Technology 193 (2018) 202-213.

  6. S. Karmakar, S. Bhattacharjee, S. De, Experimental and modeling of fluoride removal using aluminum fumarate (AlFu) metal organic framework incorporated cellulose acetate phthalate mixed matrix membrane, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 5 (2017) 6087-6097.

  7. S. Mondal, R. Mondal, S. De, I. Griffiths, Modelling dynamic transport and adsorption of arsenic in soil-bed filters for long-term performance evaluation, Bulletin of the American Physical Society (2017).

  8. M. Mondal, M. Dutta, S. De, A novel ultrafiltration grade nickel iron oxide doped hollow fiber mixed matrix membrane: Spinning, characterization and application in heavy metal removal, Separation and Purification Technology 188 (2017) 155-166.

  9. S. Chatterjee, A. Jain, S. De, Effect of different operating conditions in cloud point assisted extraction of thymol from Ajwain (Trachyspermum Ammi L.) seeds and recovery using solvent, Journal of food science and technology 54 (2017) 4353-4361.

  10. S. Karmakar, S. Bhattacharjee, S. De, Aluminium fumarate metal organic framework incorporated polyacrylonitrile hollow fiber membranes: Spinning, characterization and application in fluoride removal from groundwater, Chemical Engineering Journal 34 (2018) 41-53.

  11. K. A. Ninga, S. Sengupta, A. Jain, Z. S. C. Desobgo, E. J. Nso, S. De, Kinetics of enzymatic hydrolysis of pectinaceous matter in guava juice, Journal of Food Engineering 221 (2018) 158-166.

  12. S. Mondal, A. Roy, R. Mukherjee, M. Mondal, S. Karmakar, S. Chatterjee, S. Bhattacharjee, M. Mukherjee, S. De, “A socio-economic study along with impact assessment for laterite based technology demonstration for arsenic mitigation”, Science of The Total Environment 583 (2017) 142-152.
  13. S. Karmakar, S. De, “Cold sterilization and process modeling of tender coconut water by hollow fibers”, Journal of Food Engineering, 200 (2017) 70-80.
  14. A. Roy, S. De, “State-of-the-art materials and spinning technology for hemodialyzer membranes”, Separation and Purification Reviews, 46 (2017) 216-240.
  15. A. Roy, P. Dadhich, S. Dhara, S. De, “Understanding and Tuning of Polymer Surfaces for Dialysis Applications”, Polymer Advanced Technology, 28 (2017) 174-187.
  16. M. Mukherjee, S. R. Panda, S. De, “Adhesion resistant chitosan coated iron oxide polyacrylonitrile mixed matrix membrane for disinfection of surface water”, Journal of Chemical Technology Biotechnology, 92 (2017) 408-419.
  17. S. Mondal, S. De, “Pressure Driven transport of neutral macro-solute in microchannel with porous wall at High Surface Potential”, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 104 (2017) 574-583
  18. A. Roy, P. Bhunia, S. De. “Solvent Effect and Macrovoid formation in Cellulose Acetate Phthalate (CAP) – Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) Blend Hollow Fiber Membranes” Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 134 (2017) 226-238.
  19. D. Pal, S. Neogi, S. De, “Improved antifouling characteristics of acrylonitrile co-polymer membrane by low temperature pulsed ammonia plasma in the treatment of oil-water emulsion”, Vacuum, 131 (2016) 293-304.
  20. M. Mondal, P. P. Biswas, S. De, “Clarification and storage study of Bottle Gourd (Lagenaria siceraria) juice by hollow fiber ultrafiltration”, Food & Bioproducts Processing, 100 (20016) 1-15.
  21. S. Mondal, C. Conidi, A. Cassano, S. De, “Modeling of gel layer transport during ultrafiltration of fruit juice with non-Newtonian fluid rheology” Food & Bioproducts Processing, 100 (2016) 72-84.
  22. A. Jain, S. De, “Aqueous extraction of Bitter gourd (Momordica charantia) juice and optimization of operating conditions”, Fruits, 71 (2016) 379-387.
  23. R. Mukherjee, S. De, “Preparation of polysulfone titanium di oxide mixed matrix hollow fiber membrane and elimination of long term fouling by in situ photoexcitation during filtration of phenolic compounds”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 302 (2016) 773-785.
  24. P. Biswas, M. Mondal, S. De, “Comparison between centrifugation and microfiltration as primary clarification of Bottle Gourd (Lagenaria siceraria) juice”, Journal of Food Processing & Preservation, 40 (2016) 226-238.
  25. A. Roy, V. Lloyd, S. De, “An Indigenous Ultra Low Cost Technology for Spinning Hemodialysis Grade Hollow Fiber Membranes”, British Medical Journal Innovations, 2 (2016) 84-92.
  26. R. Mukherjee, P. Bhunia, S. De, “Impact of graphene oxide on removal of heavy metals using mixed matrix membrane”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 292 (2016) 284-297.
  27. R. Mukherjee, S. De, “Preparation, characterization, and application of powdered activated carbon-cellulose acetate phthalate mixed matrix membrane for treatment of steel plant effluent”, Polymer Advanced Technology, 27 (2016) 444-459.
  28. S. Karmakar, M. Mondal, S. Ghosh, S. Bandyopadhaya, S. Majumdar, S. De, “Removal of reactive dyes using a high throughput-hybrid separation process”, Desalination Water Treatment, 57 (2016) 10295-1031.
  29. S. Mondal, M. Mohansundaram, D. C. Sau, R. K. Gupta, K. K. Paul, S. De, “Modeling heat transfer of the electrothermal reactor for magnesium production”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 102 (2016) 274-284.
  30. R. Mukherjee and S. De, “Novel carbon-nanoparticle polysulfone hollow fiber mixed matrix ultrafiltration membrane: Adsorptive removal of benzene, phenol, toluene from aqueous solution”, Separation & Purification Technology, 157 (2016) 229-240.
  31. R. Mukherjee, M. Mondal, A. Sinha, S. Sarkar, S. De, “Application of nanofiltration membrane for treatment of chloride rich steel plant effluent”, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 4 (2016) 1-9.
  32. S. Chatterjee, S. De, “Application of novel low cost laterite-based adsorbent for removal of lead from water: Equilibrium, kinetic and thermodynamic studies”, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 51 (2016) 193-203.
  33. S. Karmakar, D. Janina, C. Janiak, S. De, “Aluminium fumarate metal-organic framework: A super adsorbent for fluoride from water”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 303 (2016) 10-20.
  34. M. Mondal, S. De, “Treatment of textile plant effluent by hollow fiber nanofiltration membrane and multi-component steady state modeling”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 285 (2016) 304-318.
  35. D. Pal, S. Neogi, S. De, “Surface modification of polyacrylonitrile co-polymer membranes using pulsed direct current nitrogen plasma”, Thin Solid Films, 597 (2015) 171-182.
  36. S. Mondal, S. Ghosh, S. De, “Atomistic level molecular dynamics simulation on the solubilization mechanism of aromatic molecules in anionic micelle”, RSC Advances, 5 (2015) 104493-104501.
  37. R. Mukherjee, R. Sharma, P. K. Saini, S. De, “Nanostructured polyaniline incorporated ultrafiltration membrane for desalination of brackish water”, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 1 (2015) 893-904.
  38. M. A. A. Mamun, R. Chatterjee, S. Bhattacharjee, S. De, “Colloidal fouling of nanofiltration membranes: A novel transient electrokinetic model and experimental study”, Chemical Engineering Science, 138 (2015) 153-163.
  39. S. R. Panda and S. De, “Performance evaluation of two stage nanofiltration for treatment of textile effluent containing reactive dyes”, Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 3 (2015) 1678-1690.
  40. A. Roy, S. Moulik, S. Sridhar and S. De, “Potential of extraction of Steviol glycosides using Cellulose acetate phthalate (CAP) - Polyacrylonitrile (PAN) blend hollow fiber membranes”, Journal of Food Science & Technology, 52 (2015) 7081-7091.
  41. M. Mondal and S. De, “Preparation, characterization and performance of a novel hollow fiber nanofiltration membrane”, Polymers for Advanced Technologies, 26 (2015) 1155-1167.
  42. B.K. Sahoo, S. De, B. C. Meikap, An investigation into the influence of microwave energy on iron ore-water slurry rheology”, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 25 (2015) 122-130.
  43. S. R. Panda, M. Mukherjee, S. De, “Preparation, characterization and humic acid removal capacity of chitosan coated iron-oxide- polyacrylonitrile mixed matrix membrane”, Journal of Water Process Engineering, 6 (2015) 93-104.
  44. S. Mondal, S. Chatterjee, S. De, “Theoretical investigation of cross flow ultrafiltration by mixed matrix membrane: A case study on fluoride removal”, Desalination, 365 (2015) 347-354.
  45. S. R. Panda, N. Bhandaru, R. Mukherjee, S. De, “Ultrafiltration of oily waste water: Contribution of surface roughness in membrane properties and fouling characteristics of polyacrylonitrile membranes”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 93 (2015) 2031-20.
  46. S. Mondal, S. Karmakar , S. De, “Modeling of cross flow microfiltration of dye loaded activated carbon in a ceramic tubular membrane module”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 93 (2015) 2005-2014.
  47. M. Mondal and S. De, “Characterization and antifouling properties of polyethylene glycol added PAN-CAP blend membrane”, RSC Advances, 5 (2015) 38948-38963.
  48. A. Roy and S. De, “Resistance-in-series model for flux decline and optimal conditions of Stevia extract during ultrfilatraion using novel CAP-PAN blend membranes”, Food & Bioproducts Processing, 94 (2015) 489-499.
  49. S. R. Panda and S. De, “Preparation, Characterization and antifouling properties of Polyacrylonitrile/Polyurethane blend membranes for water purification”, RSC Advances, 5 (2015) 23599-23612.
  50. S. Chatterjee, S. De, “Adsorptive removal of arsenic from groundwater using novel high flux polyacrylonitrile (PAN)-laterite mixed matrix ultrafiltration membrane”, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 1 (2015) 227-240.
  51. M. Mukherjee, S. De, “Reduction of microbial contamination from drinking water using iron oxide nanoparticles impregnated ultrafiltration mixed matrix membrane: Preparation, characterization and antimicrobial property”, Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 1 (2015) 2014-217.
  52. S. Mondal, R. Mukherjee, S. De, “Process modeling for removal of phenolic compounds from industrial wastewater using mixed matrix membrane”, Industrial Engineering Chemistry & Research, 54 (2015) 514-521.
  53. A. Roy, P. Dadhich, S. Dhara, S. De, “In Vitro Cytocompatibility and Blood Compatibility for Polysulfone blend, surface modified polysulfone and Polyacrylonitrile membranes for hemodialysis”, RSC Advances, 5 (2015) 7023-7034.
  54. S. Mondal, A. Cassano, F. Tasseli, S. De, “Modeling of turbulent cross flow microfiltration of pomegranate juice using hollow fiber membranes”, AIChE Journal, 60 (2014) 4279-4291.
  55. S. R. Panda and S. De, Effects of polymer molecular weight, concentration and role of polyethylene glycol as additive on polyacrylonitrile homopolymer membranes, Polymer Engineering Science, 54 (2014) 2375-2391.
  56. M. Mondal, R. P. Mishra and S. De, “Combined electroosmotic and pressure driven flow in a microchannel at high zeta potential and overlapping electrical double layer”, International Journal of Thermal Sciences, 86 (2014) 48-59.
  57. S. R. Panda and S. De, "Preparation, characterization and performance of ZnCl2 incorporated Polysulfone (PSF)/Polyethyleneglycol (PEG) blend low pressure nanofiltration membranes", Desalination, 347 (2014) 52-65.
  58. R. Mukherjee and S. De, “Adsorptive removal of nitrate from aqueous solution by polyacrylonitrile-alumina nanoparticle mixed matrix hollow-fiber membrane”, Journal of Membrane Science, 466 (2014) 281-292.
  59. S. T. Sagu, E. J., Nso, S. Karmakar and S. De, “Ultrafiltration of banana (Musa acuminata) juice using hollow fibers for enhanced shelf life”, Food & Bioprocess Technology, 7 (2014) 2711-2722.
  60. S. Mondal, R. Mukherjee, S. Chatterjee and S. De, “Adsorption-concentration polarization model for ultrafiltration in mixed matrix membrane”, AIChE Journal, 60 (2014) 2354-2364.
  61. S. T. Sagu, E. J., Nso, S. Karmakar and S. De “Primary clarification of banana juice extract by centrifugation and microfiltration “, Separation Science & Technology, 49 (2014) 1156-1169.
  62. S. Chatterjee and S. De, “Adsorptive removal of fluoride by activated alumina doped cellulose acetate phthalate (CAP) mixed matrix membrane”, Separation & Purification Technology, 125 (2014) 223-238.
  63. S. T. Sagu, E. J., Nso, S. Karmakar and S. De, “Optimization of low temperature extraction of banana juice using commercial pectinase“, Food Chemistry, 151 (2014) 182-190.
  64. R. Mukherjee and S. De, “Adsorptive removal of phenolic compounds using cellulose acetate phthalate -alumina nanoparticle mixed matrix membrane”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 256 (2014) 8-19.
  65. A. Roy and S. De, “Extraction of Steviol Glycosides Using Novel Cellulose Acetate Pthalate (CAP) - Polyacrylonitrile Blend Membranes”, Journal of Food Engineering, 126 (2014) 7-16.
  66. S. Mondal and S. De, “Mass Transfer of a neutral solute in Porous Microchannel under Streaming Potential”, Electrophoresis, 35 (2014) 681-690.
  67. S. Mondal, A. Cassano and S. De, “Modeling of gel layer controlled fruit juice microfiltration in a radial cross flow cell”, Food and Bioprocess Technology, 7 (2014) 355-370.
  68. S. Mondal and S. De, “Effects of non-Newtonian power law rheology on mass transport of a neutral solute for electro-osmotic flow in a porous microtube”, Biomicrofluidics, 7 (2013) 044113.
  69. A. Maiti, B. K. Thakur, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Comparison of treated laterite as arsenic adsorbent from different locations and performance of best filter under field conditions”, Journal Hazardous Materials, 262 (2013) 1176-1186.
  70. S. R. Panda and S. De, Role of polyethylene glycol with different solvents for tailor-made polysulfone membranes, Journal of Polymer Research, 20 (2013), 179-195.
  71. S. Mondal and S. De, “Mass transport in a porous microchannel for non-Newtonian fluid with electrokinetic effects”, Electrophoresis, 34 (5) 668-673, 2013.
  72. Chhaya, G. C. Majumdar, S. De, “Primary clarification of stevia extract: A comparison between centrifugation and microfiltration”, Separation Science & Technology, 48 (2013) 113-121.
  73. S. Mondal, Chhaya, S. De, “Identification of fouling mechanism during ultrafiltration of stevia extract”, Food and Bioprocess Technology, 6, (2013) 931-940.
  74. D. Goswami, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Lipase Application in Oil Hydrolysis with Case Study on Castor Oil: A Review”, Critical Reviews in Biotechnology, 33 (2013) 81-96.
  75. S. Mondal, S. Ghosh and S. De, “A molecular simulation based assessment of binding of metal ions on micelles”, Langmuir, 28 (31) (2012) 11329-11336.
  76. S. Banerjee, S. Mondal and S. De, “Gel controlling dead-end membrane filtration: Theory revisited", Separation & Purification Technology, 99 (2012) 77-85.
  77. V. Ganesh, A. Maiti, S. Bhattacharjee and S. De, “Electric field assisted Cross flow Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration for removal of Naphthenic acid”, Separation & Purification Technology, 98 (2012) 36-45.
  78. S. Mondal, H. Ouni, M. Dhahbi and S. De, “Modeling for dye removal using polyelectrolyte enhanced ultrafiltration”, Journal Hazardous Materials, 229-230 (2012) 381-389.
  79. Goswami, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Effects of Process Variables and Additives on Mustard Oil Hydrolysis by Porcine Pancreas Lipase”, Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 29 (3) (2012) 449-460.
  80. V. Khetan, A. Srivastava, S. De, “Gas sparged gel layer controlled cross flow ultrafiltration: A model for stratified flow regime and its validity”, Membrane Water Treatment: An International Journal, 3 (3) (2012) 151-168.
  81. A. Kumar, B. K. Thakur and S. De, “Selective extraction of (-)epigallocatechin gallate from green tea leaves using two stage infusion coupled with membrane separation”, Food and Bioprocess Technology, 5 (2012) 2568-2577.
  82. Chhaya, S. Mondal, G. C. Majumdar and S. De, “Clarification of stevia extract by ultrafiltration: Selection criteria of the membrane and effects of operating conditions”, Food and Bioproduct Processing, 90 (2012) 525-532.
  83. S. Mondal, Chhaya, S. De, “Modeling of cross flow ultrafiltration of Stevia extract in a rectangular cell”, Journal of Food Engineering, 112 (2012) 326-337.
  84. N. Vennela, S. Mondal, S. Bhattacharjee and S. De, “Sherwood number in flow through parallel porous plates (microchannel) due to pressure and electroosmotic flow” AIChE Journal, 58 (6) (2012) 1693-1703.
  85. B. Sarkar and S. De, “A combined complete pore blocking and cake filtration model for steady state electric field assisted ultrafiltration” AIChE Journal, 58 (5) (2012) 1453-1446.
  86. A. Maiti, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Experimental and kinetic modeling of As(V) and As(III) adsorption on treated laterite using synthetic and contaminated groundwater: Effects of Phosphate, Silicate and Carbonate ions”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 191 (2012) 1-12.
  87. B. K. Thakur and S. De, “A novel method for spinning hollow fiber membrane and its application for treatment of turbid water”, Separation & Purification Technology, 93 (2012) 67-74.
  88. Chhaya, G. C. Majumdar, S. De, “Optimization of Process Parameters for Water Extraction of Stevioside using Response Surface Methodology”, Separation Science & Technology, 47 (2012) 1-9.
  89. S. Mondal, Chhaya, S. De, “Prediction of ultrafiltration performance during clarification of stevia extract”, Journal of Membrane Science, 396 (2012) 138-148.
  90. S. Mondal, Chhaya, G. C. Majumdar, S. De, “Clarifications of stevia extract using cross flow ultrafiltration and concentration by nanofiltration”, Separation and Purification Technology, 89 (2012) 125-134.
  91. Goswami, J. K. Basu, S.De, “Optimal Hydrolysis of Mustard Oil to Erucic Acid: A Biocatalytic Approach”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 181-182 (2012) 542-548.
  92. S. Banerjee and S. De, “An analytical solution of Sherwood number in a stirred continuous cell during steady state ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 389 (2012) 188-196.
  93. N. Vennela, S. Bhattacharjee and S. De, “Sherwood number in porous microtube due to combined pressure and electroosmotically driven flow”, Chemical Engineering Science, 66 (2011) 6515-6524.
  94. J. Prakash, S. De and G. P. Rajasekhar, “Convection-diffusion-reaction inside a permeable cylindrical porous pellet under oscillatory flow - the effect of Robin boundary condition”, International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied Mathematics, 3 (2012) 60-70.
  95. B. K. Sahoo, S. De, B. C. Meikap, “Improvement of grinding characteristics of Indian coal by microwave pre-treatment”, Fuel Processing Technology, 92 (2011) 1920-1928.
  96. S. Mondal, S. B. Moulke, M. Dhahbi and S. De, “A physico-chemical model for polyelectrolyte enhanced ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 376 (2011) 142-152.
  97. S. De, “Multicomponent steady state modeling of concentration polarization including adsorption during nanofiltration of a textile effluent”, Separation Science & Technology, 46 (2011) 1059-1067.
  98. B. K. Sahoo, S. De, M. Carsky, B. C. Meikap, “heological characteristics if Coal water slurry using microwave pretreatment: A statistical approach”, Journal of Engineering & Industrial Chemistry, 17 (2011) 62-70.
  99. H. Sharma, N. Vasu and S. De, “Mass transfer during catalytic reaction in electroosmotically driven flow in a channel microreactor”, Heat and Mass Transfer, 47 (5) (2011) 541-550.
  100. P. Banerjee and S. De, “Modeling of nanofiltration of dye using a coupled concentration polarization and pore flow model”, Separation Science & Technology, 46 (2011) 561-570.
  101. J. Praksh, G. P. Rajasekar, S. De, “Dirichlet problem for convection-diffusion-reaction inside a permeable cylindrical porous pellet”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 49 (2011) 606-624.
  102. A. Maiti, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Fe-Al nano-oxide prepared by sol-gel method using precursor of HCl digested liquid fraction of laterite: Arsenic adsorption performance”, International Journal of Nanoscience, 10 (2011) 1173-1177.
  103. Goswami, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Erucic Acid Production using Porcine Pancreas Lipase: Enhancement by Mixed Surfactants”, Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering, 16 (2011) 327-336.
  104. B. Sarkar and S. De, “Prediction of permeate flux for turbulent flow in cross flow electric field assisted ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 369 (2011) 77-87.
  105. J. Prakash, S. De and G. P. Rajasekhar, “Convection-diffusion-reaction inside a porous sphere under oscillatory flow including external mass transfer”, Fluid Dynamics Research, 43 (2011) 015508 .
  106. S. Mondal, A. Cassano, V. Tasselli, S. De, “A generalized model for clarification of fruit juice during ultrafiltration under total recycle and batch mode”, Journal of Membrane Science, 366 (2011) 295-303.
  107. S. De and S. Bhattacharjee, “Flux decline during cross flow membrane filtration of electrolytic solution in presence of charged nano-colloids: A simple electrokinetic model”, Journal of Colloid & Interface Science, 353 (2011) 530-536.
  108. N. Vasu and S. De, “Electroviscous effects in purely pressure driven flow and stationary plane analysis in electroosmotic flow of power-law fluids in a slit microchannel”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 48 (2010) 1641-1658.
  109. R. Mistry, F. Thakkar, S. De, S. DasGupta, “Experimental Validation of a Two Dimensional Model of the Transient and Steady State Characteristics of a Wicked Heat Pipe”, Experimental Heat Transfer, 23 (2010) 333-348.
  110. S. Mondal and S. De, “A fouling model for steady state cross flow membrane filtration considering sequential intermediate pore blocking and cake formation” Separation & Purification Technology, 75 (2010) 222-228.
  111. P. Kumar, B.K. Sahoo, S. De, D.D. Kar, S. Chakraborty, B.C. Meikap, “Iron ore grindability improvement by microwave pre-treatment”, Journal of Engineering & Industrial Chemistry, 16 (2010) 805-812.
  112. N. Vasu and S. De, “Electroosmotic flow of power-law fluids at high zeta potentials”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 368 (2010) 44-52.
  113. A. Maiti, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Chemical treated laterite as fluoride adsorbent for aqueous system and kinetic modeling”, Desalination, 265 (2011) 28-36.
  114. K. Kumar and S. De, Modeling of Flux Enhancement in Presence of Concentration Polarization by Pressure Pulsation during Laminar Cross Flow Ultrafiltration”, Membrane Water Technology: An International Journal, 1 (4) (2010) 253-272.
  115. C. Prabhavathy and S. De, “Modeling and Transport Parameters during Nanofiltration of Degreasing Effluent from a Tannery”, Asia Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 6 (2011) 101-109.
  116. B. Sarkar and S. De, Electric field enhanced gel controlled cross-flow ultrafiltration under turbulent flow conditions, Separation and Purification Technology, 74 (2010) 73-82.
  117. A. Maiti, V. Agarwal, J. K. Basu and S. De, Removal of As(V) using iron oxide impregnated carbon prepared from tamarind hull, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A, 45 (2010) 1203-1212.
  118. J. Prakash, G. P. Rajasekhar, S. De, “Convection, diffusion and reaction inside a spherical porous pellet in presence of oscillatory flow”, European Journal of Mechanics – B/Fluids, 29 (2010) 483-493.
  119. P. Banerjee and S. De, “Coupled concentration polarization and pore flow modeling of nanofiltration of an industrial textile effluent”, Separation and Purification Technology, 73 (2010) 355-362.
  120. A. K. Agrawal, C. Das and S. De, “Modeling of extraction of dyes and their mixtures from aqueous solution using emulsion liquid membrane”, Journal of Membrane Science, 360 (2010) 190-201.
  121. A. Maiti, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Development of a treated laterite for arsenic adsorption: Effects of treatment parameters”, Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research, 49 (10) (2010) 4873-4886.
  122. J. Prakash, G. P. Rajasekhar, S. De, “A criterion to avoid starvation zones for convection-diffusion-reaction problem inside a porous biological pellet under oscillatory flow”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 48 (2010) 693-707.
  123. A. Maiti, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Removal of arsenic from synthetic and natural groundwater using acid activated laterite”, Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 29 (2010) 457-470.
  124. B. K. Sahoo, S. De, M. Carsky, B. C. Meikap, “Enhancement of Rheological Behavior of Indian High Ash Coal−Water Suspension by Using Microwave Pretreatment”, Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research, 49 (6) (2010) 3015-3021.
  125. P. Banerjee and S. De, “Steady state modeling of concentration polarization including adsorption during nanofiltration of dye solution”, Separation & Purification Technology, 71 (2010) 128-135.
  126. V. K. Jayanti, P.Rai, and S. De, “Quantification of flux decline and design of ultrafiltration system for clarification of tender coconut water”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 33 (2010) 128-143.
  127. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, and S. De, ”Flux enhancement during of ultrafiltration of depectinized mosambi (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) juice”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 33 (2010) 554-567.
  128. Chayya, P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar and S. De, “Mechanism of permeate flux decline during microfiltration of water melon (Citrullus lanatus) juice”, Food and Bioprocess Technology, 3(4) (2010) 545-553.
  129. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De,” Treatment of dyeing effluent from tannery using membrane separation processes”, International Journal of Environment and Waste Management, 5 (2010) 354-367.
  130. N. Saxena, C. Prabhavathy, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Flux enhancement by argon - oxygen plasma treatment of polyethersulfone membranes”, Separation & Purification Technology, 70 (2009) 160-165.
  131. Prabhavathy and S. De, “Treatment of fatliquoring effluent from a tannery using membrane separation process: experimental and modeling”, J Hazardous Materials, 176 (2010) 434-443 .
  132. S. Mondal and S. De, “Generalized criteria for identification of fouling mechanism under steady state membrane filtration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 344 (2009) 6-13.
  133. Prabhavathy and S. De, “Estimation of transport parameters during ultrafiltration of pickling effluent”, Separation Science and Technology, 45, (2010) 1-10.
  134. Goswami, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Surfactant enhanced ricinoleic acid production using candida rugosa lipase”, Bioresource Technology, 101 (2010) 6-13.
  135. D. Goswami, J.K. Basu, Raj Sekhar, M. K. Purkait and S. De, “Micellar enhanced base catalyzed hydrolysis of ethyl acetate using TTAB”, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Analysis, S2 (2009) 1-18.
  136. A. Maiti, H. Sharma, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Modeling of adsorption kinetics of arsenic of synthetic and contaminated groundwater on natural laterite”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 172 (2009) 928–934.
  137. A. Sarkar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Electric field enhanced fractionation of protein mixture using ultrafiltration”, Journal of Membrane Science, 341 (2009) 11-20.
  138. Maiti, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Desorption kinetics and leaching study of arsenic from arsenite/arsenate loaded natural laterite”, International Journal of Environmental Technology & Management, 12 (2010) 294-307.
  139. Das and S. De, “Steady state modeling for membrane separation of pretreated liming effluent under cross flow mode”, Journal of Membrane Science, 338 (2009) 175-181.
  140. P. Rai and S. De, “Clarification of pectin containing juice using ultrafiltration”, Current Science, 96 (2009) 1361-1371.
  141. B. Sarkar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Flux decline during electric field assisted cross flow ultrafiltration of mosambi (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) juice” Journal of Membrane Science, 331 (2009) 75-83.
  142. B. Sarkar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Application of external electric field to enhance the permeate flux during micellar enhanced ultrafiltration” Separation and Purification Technology, 66 (2009) 263-272.
  143. Goswami, R. K. Sen, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Optimization of Process Variables in Castor Oil Hydrolysis by Candida Rugosa Lipase with Buffer as Dispersion Medium”, Biotechnology & Bioprocess Engineering, 14 (2) (2009) 220-224.
  144. Goswami, R. K. Sen, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Maximization of Bioconversion of Castor Oil into Ricinoleic Acid by Response Surface Methodology”, Bioresource Technology, 100 (2009) 4067-4073.
  145. C. Das, S. DasGupta, S. De and Y. T. Hung, “Quantification of transient flux decline during membrane separation of tanning effluent from tannery”, International Journal of Environmental Engineering, 2 (2010) 31-42.
  146. P. Banerjee, and S. De, “Treatment of textile effluent using advanced oxidation process and nanofiltration”, International Journal of Environmental Engineering, (2010) 56-72.
  147. A. Aggarwal, S. Agarwal, and S. De, “Performance prediction of membrane modules incorporating the effects of suction in the mass transfer coefficient under laminar and turbulent flow conditions for non-Newtonian fluids”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 32 (2009) 752-774.
  148. A. Sengupta, B. Sarkar, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Prediction of permeate flux during electric field enhanced cross-flow ultrafiltration - A neural network approach”, Separation and Purification Technology, 65 (2009) 260-268.
  149. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Determination of thermodynamic parameters for the cloud point extraction of different dyes using TX-100 and TX-114”, Desalination, 244 (2009) 130-138.
  150. S. Pal, S. Ghatak, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Evaluation of surface roughness of a plasma treated polymeric membrane by wavelet analysis and quantification of its enhanced performance”, Applied Surface Science, 255 (2008) 2504-2511.
  151. P. Rai, C. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Storage study of ultrafiltered mosambi (Citrus sinensis [L.] Osbeck) juice”, Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, 32 (2008) 923-934.
  152. Chhaya, P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Clarification of watermelon (citrullus lanatus) juice by microfiltration” Journal of Food Process Engineering, 31 (2008) 768-782.
  153. B. Sarkar, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Pulsed-electric field enhanced ultrafiltration of synthetic and fruit juice”, Separation and Purification Technology, 63 (2008) 582-591.
  154. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Steady state modeling for membrane separation of pretreated soaking effluent under cross flow mode”, Environmental Progress, 27 (2008) 346-352.
  155. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Precipitation of cetyl (hexadecyl) pyridineum chloride using mono and divalent oxyanions”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 160 (2008) 502-507.
  156. C. Das, M. Rungta, G. Arya, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Removal of dyes and their mixtures from aqueous solution using liquid emulsion membrane”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 159 (2008), 365-372.
  157. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Separation of cation-anion mixture using micellar-enhanced ultrafiltration in a mixed micellar system”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 144 (2008) 45-51.
  158. P. Banerjee, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Advanced oxidation process for removal of eosin dye”, International Journal of Reactor Engineering, 6, A69 (2008) 1-22.
  159. S. Pal, S. K. Ghatak, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Characterization of CO2 Plasma Treated Polymeric Membranes and Quantification of Flux Enhancement”, Journal of Membrane Sciece, 323 (1-10), 2008.
  160. B. Sarkar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Cross-flow electro-ultrafiltration of mosambi (Citrus Sinensis (L.) Osbeck) juice”, Journal of Food Engineering, 89 (2008), 241-245.
  161. S. Pal, S. K. Ghatak, S. Chakraborty, S. DasGupta and S. De, “An experimental and theoretical analysis of turbulence promoter assisted ultrafiltration of synthetic fruit juice”, Separation and Purification Technology, 62 (2008), 659-667.
  162. S. Pal, Swati, T. B. Ghosh, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Optical evaluation of deposition thickness and measurement of permeate flux enhancement of simulated fruit juice in presence of turbulence promoters”, Journal of Membrane Science, 315 (2008) 58-66.
  163. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Treatment of deliming-bating effluent from tannery using membrane separation processes" Journal of Environment Protection Sciences, 2 (2008) 11-24.
  164. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Prediction of permeate flux and counterion binding during cross flow micellar enhanced ultrafiltration”, Journal of Colloids & Surfaces A: Physicochemical Aspects, 318 (2008) 125-133.
  165. A. Maiti, S. DasGupta, J. K. Basu, S. De “Batch and column study : Adsorption of arsenate using untreated laterite as adsorbent”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 47 (2008) 1620-1629.
  166. B. Sarkar, S. Pal, T. B. Ghosh, S. DasGupta and S. De, “A study of electric field enhanced ultrafiltration of synthetic fruit juice and optical quantification of gel deposition”, Journal of Membrane Science, 311 (2008) 112-120.
  167. B. Sarkar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Prediction of permeate flux during osmotic pressure controlled electric field enhanced cross flow ultrafiltration”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 319 (2008) 236-246.
  168. B. Sarkar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Effect of electric field during gel-layer controlled ultrafiltration of synthetic and fruit juice”, Journal of Membrane Science, 307 (2) (2008) 268-276.
  169. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, ”Simultaneous separation of mixture of metal ions and aromatic alcohol using cross flow micellar enhanced ultrafiltration and recovery of surfactant”, accepted in Separation Science and Technology, 43(1) (2008) 71-92.
  170. D. Goswami, A. Patil, A. V. Patwardhan, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Hydrolysis of castor oil using lipase with oil as dispersion medium”, International Journal of Chemical Science, 5(4) (2007) 1487-1496.
  171. C. Das, P. Maity, R. Deb and S. De, “Optimization of composition of foam controlling agent for process industries”, International Journal of Chemical Science, 5(4) (2007) 1947-1957.
  172. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Quantification of gel layer resistance during single and multi component micellar enhanced cross flow ultrafiltration” Indian Chemical Engineer, 49 (2007) 341-350.
  173. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Selection of membrane separation processes for treatment of tannery effluent” Journal of Environment Protection Science, 1 (2007) 75-82.
  174. C. Das, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Treatment of Soaking Effluent from Tannery using Membrane Separation Processes” Desalination, 216(2007) 160-173.
  175. R. Ramasamy, D. D. Kar, S. De, “ A study on recovery of oil from sludge containing oil using froth flotation”, Journal of Environmental Management, 85 (2007) 150-154.
  176. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De,”Modeling of permeate flux decline of synthetic fruit juice and mosambi juice (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) in stirred continuous ultrafiltration”, LWT Food Science and Technology, 40 (2007) 1765-1773.
  177. A.Maiti, S. DasGupta, J. K. Basu and S. De, “Adsorption of arsenite using natural laterite as adsorbent” Separation and Purification Technology, 55 (2007) 350-359.
  178. M. K. Purkait, A. Maiti, S. DasGupta, S. De, “Removal of congo red using activated carbon and its regeneration”, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 145 (2007) 287-295.
  179. S. Bhatia, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Performance prediction of membrane modules incorporating the effects of suction in the mass transfer coefficient under turbulent flow conditions”, Separation and Purification Technology, 55 (2007) 182-190.
  180. R. Argade, S. Ghosh, S. De, S. DasGupta, “Experimental investigation of evaporation and condensation in the contact line region of a thin liquid film Experiencing Small Thermal perturbations” Langmuir, 23 (2007) 1234-1241.
  181. C. Das, S. De, S. DasGupta, “Treatment of liming effluent from tannery using membrane separation processes” Separation Science and Technology, 42 (2007)517-539.
  182. S. K. Jain, M. K. Purkait, P. K. Bhattacharya and S. De, "Treatment of leather plant effluent by membrane separations and chemical processes", Separation Science and Technology, 41 (15), 3329-3348, 2006.
  183. P. Banerjee, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Removal of dye from aqueous solution using a combination of advanced oxidation process and nanofiltration” Journal of Hazardous Materials, 140, 95-103, 2007.
  184. P. Rai, C. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Resistance in series model for ultrafiltration of mosambi (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) juice in a stirred continuous mode”, Journal of Membrane Science, 283, 116-122, 2006.
  185. S. Pal, A. Ghosh, T. B. Ghosh, S. De and S. DasGupta, ”Optical Quantification of Fouling during Nanofiltration of Dyes”, Separation and Purification Technology, 52 (2), 372-379, 2006.
  186. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, G. Sharma, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Effect of various Cutoff membranes on permeate flux and quality during filtration of mosambi (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) juice”, Food and Byproduct Processing (Institute of Chemical Engineers, UK), 84, 213-219, 2006.
  187. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta, S. De," Performance of TX-100 and TX-114 for the separation of chrysoidine dye using cloud point extraction ", Journal of Hazardous Materials, 137, 827-835, 2006.
  188. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta, S. De," Micellar enhanced ultrafiltration of eosin dye using hexadecyl pyridinium chloride ", Journal of Hazardous Materials, 136, 972-977, 2006.
  189. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Effect of various pretreatment methods on permeate flux and quality during ultrafiltration of mosambi juice”, Journal of Food Engineering, 78, 561-568, 2007.
  190. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta, S. De," Determination of design parameters for the cloud point extraction of congo red and eosin dyes using TX-100 ", Separation & Purification Technology, 51, 137-142, 2006.
  191. C. Das, P. Patel, S. De and S. DasGupta, "Treatment of Tanning Effluent using Nanofiltration followed by Reverse Osmosis", Separation & Purification Technology, 50, 291-299, 2006.
  192. S. Chakraborty, S. De, J. K. Basu and S. DasGupta, “Removal of reactive dyes from a textile effluent using adsorption”, Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research, 45, 4732-4741, 2006.
  193. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, V. K. Jayanti, S. DasGupta and S. De," Alternate pretreatment methods to substitute enzyme treatment for clarification of mosambi juice using ultrafiltration", Journal of Food Process Engineering, 29 (2), 202-218, 2006.
  194. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Modeling of Sucrose Permeation through a Pectin Gel during Ultrafiltration of Depectinized Mosambi (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) Juice”, Journal of Food Science, E87-94, 71(2), 2006.
  195. M. K. Purkait, S. Banerjee, S. Mewara, S. DasGupta, S. De, "Cloud point extraction of toxic eosin dye using Triton X-100 as nonionic surfactant", Water Research, 39, 3885-3890, 2005.
  196. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De,”Quantification of flux decline of depectinized mosambi (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) juice using unstirred batch ultrafiltration”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 28, 359-377, 2005.
  197. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Modeling the performance of batch ultrafiltration of synthetic fruit juice and mosambi juice using artificial neural network", Journal of Food Engineering, 71, 273-281, 2005.
  198. R. Ranjan, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Performance prediction of membrane modules incorporating the effects of suction in the mass transfer coefficient under laminar flow conditions”, Separation & Purification Technology, 45, 109-118, 2005.
  199. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta, S. De, “Simultaneous separation of two oxyanions from their mixture using micellar enhanced ultrafiltration”, Separation Science & Technology, 40, 1439-1460, 2005.
  200. M. K. Purkait, P. K. Bhattacharya and S. De, “Membrane filtration of leather plant effluent: Flux decline mechanism”, Journal of Membrane Science, 258, 85-96, 2005.
  201. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Understanding ultrafiltration performance with mosambi juice in an unstirred batch cell”, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 28, 166-180, 2005.
  202. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta, S. De, “Micellar enhanced ultrafiltration of phenolic derivatives from their mixture”, Journal of Colloid & Interface Science, 285, 395-402, 2005.
  203. B.Suman, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Transient modeling of microgrroved heat pipe”, International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer, 48, 1633-1646, 2005.
  204. K. Auddy, S. De and S. DasGupta, “Performance Prediction of Turbulent Promoter Enhanced Nanofiltration of a Dye Solution”, Separation & Purification Technology, 43, 85-94, 2005.
  205. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Separation of aromatic alcohols using Micellar enhanced ultrafiltration and recovery of surfactant”, Journal of Membrane Science, 250, 47-59, 2005.
  206. S. Saha, S. Basu, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Modeling of gas solid reactions with ellipsoidal particles", Indian Journal of Engineering & Materials Science, 12, 37-41, 2005.
  207. S. Chakraborty, S. De, S. DasGupta and J. K. Basu, "Adsorption study for the removal of a basic dye: Experimental and modeling", Chemosphere, 58(8), 1079-1086, 2005.
  208. S. Chakraborty, S. De., J. K. Basu and S. DasGupta, “Treatment of a Textile Effluent: Application of a Combination Method involving Adsorption and Nanofiltration” Desalination, 174, 73-85, 2005.
  209. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Prediction of the viscosity of clarified fruit juice using artificial neural network: a combined effect of concentration and temperature”, Journal of Food Engineering, 68, 527-533, 2005.
  210. B. Suman, S. DasGupta, and S. De, "Modeling of the Capillary Limit of a Micro Heat Pipe and the Prediction of the Dry-out Length ", International Journal Heat and Fluid Flow, 26, 495-505, 2005.
  211. M. K. Purkait, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Adsorption of eosin dye on activated charcoal and its surfactant based desorption", Journal of Environmental Management, 76, 135-142, 2005.
  212. S. Abbas, R. Mukherjee, S. De and S. Ganguly, "Real time interfacing of solid-liquid phase equilibria in solution polymerization of polyethylene", Chemical Engineering Processing, 43, 1449-1458, 2004.
  213. M. K. Purkait, D. S. Gusain, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Adsorption behavior of chrysoidine dye on activated charcoal and its regeneration characteristics using different surfactants", Separation Science & Technology, 39, 2419-2440, 2004.
  214. P. R. Jena, J. K. Basu and S. De, “A generalized shrinking core model for multi component batch adsorption processes”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 102, 267-275, 2004.
  215. K. Auddey, S. De and S. DasGupta, "Flux enhancement in cross flow nanofiltration using turbulent promoters", Separation & Purifcation Technology, 40, 31-39, 2004.
  216. R. Ranjan, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Mass transfer coefficient with suction for turbulent non-Newtonian flow in application to membrane separations", Journal of Food Engineering, 65, 533-541, 2004.
  217. M. K. Purkait, S. S. Vijay, S. DasGupta, S. De, "Separation of congo red by surfactant mediated cloud point extraction", Dyes & Pigments, 63, 151-159, 2004.
  218. M.K.Purkait, S DasGupta, S. De, "Resistance in series model for micellar enhanced ultrafiltration of eosin dye" Journal of Colloid & Interface Science, 270, 496-506, 2004.
  219. P. Rai, G. C. Majumdar, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Optimizing pectinase usage in pretreatment of mosambi juice for clarification by response surface methodology" Journal of Food Engineering, 64(3), 397-403, 2004.
  220. M.K.Purkait, S DasGupta, S. De," Removal of dye from wastewater using micellar enhanced ultrafiltration and regeneration of surfactant", Separation & Purification Technology, 37, 81-92, 2004.
  221. R. Ranjan, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Mass transfer coefficient with suction for laminar non-Newtonian flow in application to membrane separations", Journal of Food Engineering, 64, 53-61, 2004.
  222. P. Ragesh, K. Sreenivas, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Modeling of turbulent cross flow membrane filtration in a radial cell", International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 6, 163-175, 2004.
  223. S. Chakraborty, B. C. Bag, S. DasGupta, J.K. Basu and S. De, " Prediction of permeate flux and permeate concentration in nanofiltration of dye solution", Separation & Purification Technology, 35, 141-152, 2004.
  224. P. R. Jena, S. De and J. K.Basu, “A generalized shrinking core model applied to batch adsorption”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 95, 143-154, 2003.
  225. K. Pastagia, S. Chakraborty, S. DasGupta, J.K. Basu and S. De, ”Prediction of permeate flux and concentration of two component dye mixture in a batch nanofilatration", Journal of Membrane Science, 218, 195-210, 2003.
  226. S. Chakraborty, M. K. Purakait, J. K. Basu, S. De and S. DasGupta, "Nanofiltration of textile plant effluent for color removal and reduction in COD", Separations and Purification Technology, 31 (2), 141-151, 2003.
  227. S. Chakraborty, B.C.Bag, S.Dasgupta, S.De and J.K.Basu, “Separation and fractionation of dye solution by nanofiltration”, Separation Science and Technology, 38 (1), 219-235, 2003.
  228. P. Ragesh, K. Sreenivas, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Intregral analysis of hydrodynamics and mass transfer in a radial cross flow membrane filtration system under laminar flow”, International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 5 (2), 129-141, 2003.
  229. V. S. Minnikanti, S. Dasgupta and S. De, “Prediction of mass transfer coefficient with suction for turbulent flow in cross flow ultrafiltration”, Indian Chemical Engineer, 44 (3), 151-157, 2002. (selected as one of the 20 best papers presented in CHEMCON-98, Vizag and invited for publication in the journal).
  230. K. Sreenivas, P. Ragesh, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Modeling of cross flow osmotic pressure controlled membrane sepration processes under turbulent flow conditions”, Journal of Membrane Science, 201, 203-212, 2002.
  231. V. Karthik, S. DasGupta and S. De, Modeling and simulation of osmotic pressure controlled electro-ultrafiltration in a cross flow system”, Journal of Membrane Science, 199, 29-40, 2002.
  232. S. Anand, S. De and S. Dasgupta, “Experimental and theoretical study of axial dry out point for evaporation from V-shaped microgrooves”, International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer, 45, 1535-1543, 2002.
  233. S. Bhattacharya, S. Nandi, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Analytical solution of transient heat transfer with variable source for applications in nuclear reactors", International Communication in Heat & Mass Transfer, 28 (7), 1005-1013, 2001.
  234. S. Bhattacharya, S. DasGupta and S. De, “Effect of solution property variations in cross flow ultrafiltration: A generalized integral approach”, Separation & Purification Technology, 24, 559-571, 2001.
  235. P.K. Bhattacharya, S. Agarwal, S. De and U.V.S. Rama Gopal, "Ultrafiltration of sugar cane juice for recovery of sugar: analysis of flux and retention", Separation & Purification Technology, 21, 247-259, 2001.
  236. S. V.Satyanarayan, P. K. Bhattacharya and S. De, " Flux decline during ultrafiltration of kraft black liquor using different flow modules: A comparative study", Separation & Purification Technology, 20, 155-167, 2000.
  237. R. Prabhakar, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Simultaneous prediction of flux and retention for osmotic pressure controlled turbulent cross flow ultrafiltration", Separation & Purification Technology,18 (1), 13-24, 2000.
  238. Md. A. A. Khan, S. Mishro, S. De and S. Dasgupta, "An experimental; and theoretical investigation of evaporative cooling from V-shaped microgrooves", International Journal of Transport Phenomena, 1, 277-289, 1999.
  239. S. De and S. DasGupta, "Role of mass transfer coefficient with suction including property variations to predict limiting phenomena during ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 161, 41-53, 1999.
  240. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Mass transfer coefficient with suction including property variations in applications of cross flow ultrafiltration", Separation & Purification Technology, 16(1), 61-73, 1999.
  241. V. S. Minnikanti, S. DasGupta and S. De, "Prediction of mass transfer coefficient with suction for turbulent flow in cross flow ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 157, 227-239, 1999.
  242. M. Syamal, S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Phenol consumption by cetyl pyridinium chloride micelles in micellar enhanced ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 137, 99-107, 1997.
  243. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Modeling of ultrafiltration process for a two component aqueous solution of low and high (gel-forming) molecular weight solutes", Journal of Membrane Science, 136, 57-69, 1997.
  244. S. De, S. Bhattacharya, A. Sharma and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Generalized integral and similarity solutions for concentration profiles for osmotic pressure controlled ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 130, 99-121, 1997.
  245. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Prediction of mass transfer coefficient with suction in the application of reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration", Journal of Membrane Science, 128, 119-131, 1997.
  246. S. De, "Green's functions: Applications in heat transfer with a variable source/sink", Journal of Institution of Engineers India, 78, 27-31, 1997.
  247. S. De, J. M. Dias and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Short and long term flux decline analysis in ultrafiltration", Chemical Engineering Communications, 159, 67-89, 1997.
  248. S. De and J. Dhar, "An integral formulation for mass transfer of a reactive species in a channel from a moving surface with blowing", Indian Journal of Engineering and Material Science, 4, 71-77, 1997.
  249. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Flux prediction of kraft black liquor in cross flow ultrafiltration using low and high rejecting membranes", Journal of Membrane Science, 109, 109-123, 1996.
  250. S. De and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Recovery of water with inorganic chemicals from kraft black liquor using membrane separation processes", Tappi Journal, 79, 103-111, 1996.
  251. S. De, S. Bhattacharjee and P. K. Bhattacharya, "Development of correlations for mass transfer coefficients in ultrafiltration systems", Devlopment in Chemical & Mineral Processes, 3, 187-206, 1995 [Invited paper in Special Theme Issue: Advances on Membrane Separation and Adsorption].
  252. A. Chatterjee, S. De and D. Goswami, "Analytical solution of transient heat conduction with variable thermal conductivity in a finite domain", Journal of Institution of Engineers India, 75, 172-174, 1995.
  253. P. K. Bhattacharya, S. De, R. Halder and R. Thakur, "Kinetic studies of soda anthraquinone pulping on Indian mixed hardwoods", Tappi Journal, 75, 123-127, 1992.