Cooling & Mech. Systems, Electron-Ion Collider
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Ram Srinivasan has joined as a Group Leader for the Mechanical Cooling Systems within the Infrastructure division for the EIC directorate. He previously worked in the power and energy industry responsible for design and engineering management of new power plant construction and upgrades. Prior to that he was a design engineer responsible for design and optimization of thermal power conversion and cooling systems for nuclear and fossil power plants. He has an MS in Mechanical Engineering and Economics and is a NY State licensed Professional Engineer.
Mechanical Engineering; Cooling Systems; Thermal Systems; Thermal Hydraulic Modeling and Heat Balances; System Engineering, Project Engineering, System Engineering; Power Generation Cycles (Rankine and Brayton); Building Management Systems; Direct Digital Controls; Econometrics
Master of Science Mechanical Engineering; Master of Science Economics, Purdue University; Bachelor of Technology, IIT BHU India
- Srinivasan R (2003) Optimum Condenser Cooling Water Temperature Rise in Power Plants. 2003 International Joint Power Generation Conference. doi: 10.1115/ijpgc2003-40032
- Srinivasan R, Yasi D (2004) A Simplified Method for Predicting Performance of Power Plants With Hybrid Cooling Systems. ASME 2004 Power Conference. doi: 10.1115/power2004-52077
Licensed Professional Engineer, New York