Dr. Shujaat Yar Khan

    Ph.D. (IIT Delhi), M.Tech.(Thermal Engg.), B.E. (Mech.), Dip.Engg.(Mech.)


    Associate Professor


    Ref. & A/C, Heat Transfer and Solar Thermal Energy


    House No.: A/B-48, Medical College Colony, A.M.U., Aligarh





    III Semester Dip. Engg. (Mech.)-2021-22

I obtained my Ph.D. degree from Indian Institute of Technology (I.I.T.) Delhi in 2005. During my doctoral research, I did a lot of work on solar thermal utilization of Solar Energy. I have studied the feasibility of using solar energy in the cooking i.e. solar cooking. The solar box cookers were analyzed experimentally as well as theoretically for their thermal performance. I obtained my M.Sc. Engg. degree in Thermal Engg. from zakir Husain college of Engg. and Tech., A. M. U. Aligarh in 1997. The research part of this course (dissertation) was based on the study of Heat and Mass transfer during Cold Preservation of food items. I have joined the Mech. Engg. Section, University Polytechnic as Assistant Professor in Jan.1996. Since than I have been engaged with the teaching of various theoretical as well as practical courses of Dip.Engg. Areas of Research Interest- Solar Energy -Solar Thermal, Heat and Mass transfer, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning and I.C. Engines I have been engaged a lot with administrative work along with the full teaching . i. I was actively involved in developing the Leather and Footwear Tech. Section. Also hold the additional responsibility of Incharge of newly developed Leather and Footwear Tech. Section for about 1 and ½ years. ii. Hold the responsibility of Chief Scrutinizer of Mech. Engg. Section for two academic years i.e. 2005-2006 and 2006-2007. iii. I have hold the additional responsibility of Training and Placement Officer (TPO) of University Polytechnic for about 6 years. iv. I have been hold the additional responsibility of Incharge, Mechnical workshop,University Polytechnic for about 1 and ½ years.
  1. Publication

    1.      S.Y. Khan,  2018, “Wind Induced Heat Loss Coefficient in Outdoor Thermal Performance Testing of                   Solar Box Cookers”, International Journal of Engineering & Scientific Research, vol. 6, issue 1, pp. 75-85.

    2.     S.Y. Khan, 2017, “Wind Heat Transfer Coefficient for Glass Cover of Solar Collectors in Indoor Testing”,            International Journal of Engineering, Science and Mathematics, vol. 6, issue 8, pp. 88-98.       

    3.     Mullick S.C., Khan S.Y., Chourasia B.K., 2005, “Semi-Log Plot to Determine Second Figure. of Merit of              Box-Type Solar Cookers”, Journal of the Solar Energy Society of India (SESI), 15(2), pp 43-48.

    4.     S.Y. Khan and S.C. Mullick, 2002, “Effect of Season of Testing and Type of Glass on the Figures of Merit          F1 and F2 of a Box Solar Cooker.”Journal of the Solar Energy Society of India (SESI), 12(1), pp. 37 – 43.

    5.     S.Y. Khan, N. Akhtar and S.C. Mullick, 2001, “Indoor Experimental Validation of Glass Cover                              Temperatures and Upward Heat Flow Coefficients of a Single-Glazed Flat Plate Solar Collector.” Journal             of the Solar Energy Society of India (SESI), 11(2), pp. 65-71.

    6.     F.A. Ansari and S.Y. Khan, 1999, “Application Concept of Variable Effective Surface Film Conductance              for Simultaneously Heat and Mass Transfer analysis during Air Blast Cooling of Food.” International                  Journal Energy Conversion and Management, 40, pp. 567-574.

    7.     S.Y. Khan, 2010, “Uncertainty in the Estimation of Glass Cover Temperatures and Top Heat Loss                      Factor of Flat Plate Solar Collectors”, Proc. 16th ISME Conference on Mechanical Engineering for                      sustainable  development, I. I. T. Delhi, New Delhi, India, Session 6 : Thermal Engineering-III (5).

    8.     Md. Anas Khan and S.Y. Khan, 2005, “Heat Transfer Based Method for Predicting Fatigue Life in                      Notched Geometries”, Proc. AIME, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India, pp. 894-898.

    9.     S.C. Mullick, S.Y. Khan and B.K. Chourasia, 2004, Semi Log plot for the second figure of merit of box              type solar cooker”, Proc. of World Renewable Energy Congress VIII, Denver, Colorado USA, pp. 475.

    10.   S.C. Mullick, S.Y. Khan and B.K. Chourasia, 2004, “An Approximate Expression for the second figure of            merit of box type solar cooker”, Proc. of ISES Conference- Asia-Pacific 2004, Gwanju City, Korea,

           pp. 664-668.

Video links on Unit II of NCES
HA BME 605/BPE-602
BME605/BPE602( Unit-I)
BME605/BPE602-Unit II (B): MHD Power Generation
BME605/BPE602-Slde Show on MHD Power
Video links on Unit II B) MHD Power
Syllabus of BME-605/BPE-602
Unit-III(B) : Geothermal Energy
PPT Lecture on Geothermal Energy
Video Lecture Link on Geothermal Energy
BME-605/BPE-602: NCES Unit IV(A)--Wind Energy
PPT Lecture 1 : Wind Energy
PPT Lecture 2 : Wind Energy
Video Lecture Link on Wind Energy
BME-605/BPE-602: NCES Unit IV (B) -Tidal Energy
Video Lecture Link on Tidal Energy
PPT Lecture On Tidal Energy 1
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Home Assignment 1: Workshop Practice VI, BME-691
Non-Conventional Energy Sources, BME-605/BPE-602:- Home Assignment II
List of students who did not submitted the workshop report of BME-691
Sessional Marks of W/S Practice VI, BME-691 of B3M1
Notice for B2M1 to Joini the GoogleClass for BME-302
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Syllabus of Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer, BME-302
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