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Prof. Ramanujam Sarathi
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    Condition monitoring of power apparatus.

 

   Design and Development of EHV outdoor polymer Nano composite insulators.

 

 

   Generation of Nano Particle by Wire Explosion Process for hydrogen generation and for Rocket Propulsion.

 

  Sterilisation of liquid food by pulse Power Technique.

 

 

    Non Thermal plasma approach for pollution control in thermal exorcist.

 

        Pulse power technique for cancer treatment.

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International Collaboration

         AKITA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

 

         NAGAOKA UNIVERSITY JAPAN

 

 

         WASEDA UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

 

         KYUSHU UNIVERSITY, JAPAN

 

 

         CARDIFF UNIVERSITY, UK

 

        PURDUE UNIVERSITY, USA

 

         KTH, SWEDEN

 

        PETROLEUM INSTITUTE, ABU DHABI, UAE

                

   

 

Dr. R. Sarathi is a Professor of High voltage engineering with IIT Madras. He has rich and varied experience of over 20 years in research, teaching and consulting. He has been instrumental in conceptualizing and developing the state-of-the-art High Voltage Laboratory at IIT Madras.

 

He visited Akita University, Japan as a JSPS Fellow; visited Technical University, Munich as DAAD Fellow and served as visiting researcher in leading universities such as Nagaoka University, Japan, Kyushu University, Japan, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, and Waseda University, Japan.

 

He is currently associated with UKIERI project, an international collaboration initiative on Innovation in high voltage insulation for electrical energy networks.

 

He is Member, Indian Standards on High voltage testing techniques, CBIP distribution system, International Reference Group for SweGRIDS, Sweden and a collaborative member of green Asia project of Kyushu university funded by Japanese government.

 

He is senior IEEE member and IEEE Madras Section PES Chair.

 

 




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