Rajesh Ravi

Rajesh Ravi


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Nom et prénom:   Rajesh Ravi
Email: 
rajesh.ravi@uir.ac.ma

Dr. Rajesh Ravi is an Assistant Professor, School of Aerospace and Automotive Engineering, University Internationale de Rabat, Morocco. Before joining, the University Internationale de Rabat, he worked in the Dilla University, School of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering, Ethiopia. Before joining Dilla University, he has worked as a faculty member at various reputed institutions in India namely Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Kings Engineering College & Rajalakshmi Institute of Technology. As a faculty, he has taught Diesel Mechanics, Automotive Pollution & control, Advanced IC Engines, Diesel & Gasoline Engine Overhauling, Suspension and Ride Control, Vehicle Maintenance, Vehicle Performance Evaluation and Testing, Mechanics of Machinery, Electric Vehicles, Thermal Engineering, Heat Transfer and Engineering Graphics & Mechanics. He has worked as Research and Community Services Council Board Member in Dilla University’s Faculty Proposal Evaluation Team for five years. He has received his Bachelor of Engineering (B.E) in Mechanical Engineering from the Anna University, Chennai, India in 2009, The Master of Engineering (M.E) in Automobile Engineering (First class with Distinction) from Madras Institute of Technology Campus, Anna University Tamil Nadu, India in 2013 and the Ph.D. degree in Department of Automobile Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology Campus, Anna University, India in January 2020.

He has attended International conferences and has published research articles in reputed International Journals (Elsevier, Taylor & Francis, MDPI, AIP) and reviewed number of articles as a reviewer. He has also completed a research project as a principal investigator under the title "Automotive Engine Exhaust Heat Recovery system by using Heat exchanger for Power Generation" and the research fund was sponsored by Dilla University. His current research interest includes the Waste heat recovery, IC Engines, Pollution Control, Heat transfer, Electric Vehicles, Materials, and Alternative Energy Sources.

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