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Prof. S.P. Singh
Professor
 
Educational Qualification - M.Sc.,M.Phill., Ph.D.
 
CONTACT
Department of Mathematics
Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University)
Dayalbagh, Agra 282 005 (UP), India
Tel.: (0562) 280 1545
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1. Teaching Assignments

Course code

Class

Course title

MAM181

B.Tech.

Engineering Mathematics – I

MAM281

B.Tech.

Engineering Mathematics – II

MAM381

B.Tech.

Engineering Mathematics – III

PMA101

M.Tech.

Computational Methods

MAM201

B.Sc.

Statistics – I

MAM303

B.Sc.

Statistics – II

MAM503

B.Sc.

Differential Equation – II

MAM603

B.Sc.

Methods of Applied Mathematics

MAM803

M.Sc.

Fluid Dynamics

2. Area(s) of Research:  Bio-Fluid Dynamics

3. Research Interests: Problems related to stenosed arteries and joints

4. Honors and Recognitions: Young System Scientist award (Joint International Conference on Applied System Research and XXXIII National System Conference-    (ASR-NSC 2009)).  

5. Selected Publications:

  • Stuti Gupta, Mukesh Gupta, S. P. Singh (2013), “Effect of Radial Magnetic Field on Flow of Blood in a Catheterized Tapered Artery with Mild Stenosis” International Journal of Fluid Mechanics Research, vol 40, issue 4.
  • N. Jain, S. P. Singh, M. Gupta (2012), “Steady Flow of Blood through an Atherosclerotic Artery: A Non-Newtonian Fluid Model”, International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Vol 8, Issue 18, pp: 52-63.
  • Om Prakash, S. P. Singh, Devendra Kumar, Y.K. Dwivedi (2011), “ A Study of Effects of Heat Source on MHD Blood Flow through Bifurcated Arteries”, AIP Advances 1, 042128 (1-7).
  • S. P. Singh, G.C. Chadda and A.K. Sinha (1988), “A model for micropolar fluid film mechanism with reference to human joints”, Indian journal of pure and applied mathematics”, Vol 19, Issue 4, pp: 384-394.

 

 

 

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