J K Misra



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  • Profile
  • QualificationsM.Sc (Mathematics), Ph.D
  • DesignationAssociate Professor
  • DivisionMathematics
  • E-Mailmisrajk@gmail.com

Biosketch

Dr J K Misra is Associate Professor at NSIT, Delhi. His areas if interest include Bio-mechanics and Heat Transfer in Porous media. Dr Misra has completed his M.Sc (Mathematics) in 1979 and Ph.D in 1984 from H.B.T.I Kanpur. He has done his post doctoral research work as a Research Associate and Research Scientist at IIT Kanpur . He has 25 years teaching experience in subjects related to Engineering Mathematics and Computer Programming. He has published a dozen research papers in journals of national and international repute. He has also performed various administrative responsibilities at NSIT, Delhi such as Warden of boys hostel, Academic Coordinator, Coordinator CEP and SCP programme, Time-table Incharge, Vigilance Officer, Chairman BE admission committee and Proctor.

 

Areas of Interest
  1. Bio Mechanics,
  2. Heat Transfer in Porous Media

1. P.N. TANDON,R .P. MAURYA and J.K. MISRA, Flow of Blood Type Suspensions through Tubes with Deformable Walls, Medical and Life Sci. Engineering Vol. 5 (2),1979 pp 45-54.

2.P.N. TANDON, J.K. MISRA and R.L. VERMA, Peripheral Layer Viscosity and Micro-Structural Effects on the Capillary-Tissue Fluid Exchange, Mathematical Biosciences Vol.62 (1), 1982, pp7-22.

3.P.N. TANDON, J.K. MISRA and K.K. Srivastava , Micro-Structural and Peripheral Layer Viscosity Effects on the Peristaltic Transport of Seminal Fluid, Biorheology. Vol. 19, 1982, pp. 707-715.

4.P.N. TANDON and J.K. MISRA, Micro-Structural and Peripheral Layer Viscosity Effects on the Flow of Blood through Artery with Mild Stenosis , Annals of New York Academy Of Sciences Vol. 404, 1983 pp. 59-62.

5.P.N. TANDON, J.K. MISRA, R.S. GUPTA and SATYANAND, Role of Ultra filtration of Synovial Fluid in Lubrication of Human Joints, Int. J. Mech. Sci. Vol. 27, 1986 pp. 29-37.

6.P.SINGH, J.K. MISRA and K. A. NARAYAN, A Mathematical Analysis of Unsteady Flow and Heat Transfer in a Porous Medium, Int. J. Engg. Sci. Vol. 24 (3), 1986, pp. 277-287.

7.P.N. TANDON, J. PRAKASH, J.K. MISRA and REKHA AGARWAL, Micro- Structural and Peripheral Layer Viscosity Effects on the Pulsatile Blood Flow in a Compliant Tube, Proc. Of 15th National Conference on F.M and F. P at R.E.C. Srinagar, July 22-24, 1987, pp. 335-339.

8.P.N. TANDON and J.K. MISRA, Micro-Structural and Peripheral Layer Viscosity Effects on the Flow of Blood through Artery with Mild Stenosis, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India Vol.57 (a), I, 1987, pp. 48-55.

9.P.SINGH, J.K. MISRA and K. A. NARAYAN, Three Dimensional Convective Flow and Heat Transfer in a Porous Medium, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 19 (11), 1988, pp. 1130-1135.

10.R .S. GUPTA, T. S. SINGH and J.K. MISRA, Effects of Degenerative Synovial Fluid in Lubrication of Human Joints, Indian Journal of Technology, Vol. 27, 1989, pp. 75-81.

11.P.SINGH, J.K. MISRA and K. A. NARAYAN, Free Convection Along a Vertical Wall in a Porous Medium with Periodic Permeability Variation, Int. Journal for Numerical and Analytical methods in Geomechanics. Vol. 13, 1989, pp.443-450.

12.J.K. MISRA and R S CHAUHAN, A study of Pulsatile Blood Flow in a tube with Pulsating walls, Acta Physica Hungarica Vol. 67 (1-2) 1990 pp. 123-134.

13.A. K. SINGH and J. K. MISRA, Natural Convection Adjacent to a Vertical Wall in a Saturated Porous Medium with Variable Surface Temperature, Indian Journal of Technology, Vol. 30, 1992, pp.392-396.