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Dr. Arup Ghosh
Scientist F [Gr.IV(5)]

Refractories Division

Phone: (033) 24733496 (Ex. 3481)
FAX: +91-33-24730957
E-mail: arup@cgcri.res.in

B.Sc. (Tech.) (Ceramic Technology), University of Calcutta
Ph.D (Tech.), Ceramic Engg., University of Calcutta



Dr. Arup Ghosh joined CGCRI on April 1983

Research Interest
Ceramic Sciences with special references to oxide ceramics and refractories. This includes sintering and microstructural analysis of refractory materials derived from natural and synthetic raw materials like dolomite, lime, magnesium aluminate spinel, magnesia-chrome spinel, mullite and zirconia-mullite from beach sand minerals etc.

Professional Career
OrganisationPosition HeldDuration
Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute Sientist 'B' to Scientist 'F' 1983 onwards (26Years)
Steel Authority Of India Ltd. Junior Manager (R&D) 1980 - 1983 (3 years)

Awards/Recognition
  • Fellow in CSIR-DAAD Scientists Exchange Programme in Fredrick Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, 2004.
  • Malaviya Award in Ceramic Science and Technology from Indian Ceramic Society, 2008.
  • Best Poster Paper Award in India International Refractory Congress (year 2002, 2010)
  • Best Poster Paper Award in National Seminar on Refractories and Furnaces (year 2000)

Selected Publications
Summary: in SCI Journal Papers = 30; in Conference Procedings = 16;
Selected Papers:
  1. H. S. Tripathi, S. Singla & A. Ghosh, "Synthesis and densification of magnesium aluminate spinel: effect of Dy2O3", Ceramics International, 35, 2541-2544 (2009)
  2. A Ghosh, R. Sarkar, B. Mukherjee, S. K. Das, "Effect of spinel content on the properties of magnesia-spinel composite refractory" Journal of European Ceramic Society, 24 [7] 2079-2085 (2004).
  3. R. Sarkar, H. S. Tripathi, A. Ghosh, "Reaction Sintering of different spinel compositions in presence of Y2O3", Materials Letters 58 [16] 2186-2191 (2004).
  4. M. K. Haldar, H. S. Tripathi, S. K. Das & A. Ghosh, "Effect of compositional variation on the synthesis of magnesite-chrome composite refractories", Ceramics International 30, [6] 911-915 (2004).
  5. T.K. Bhattacharya, A. Ghosh, H. S. Tripathi & S. K. Das, "Solid state sintering of lime in presence of La2O3 and CeO2", Bulletin of Material Science 26 [7] 703-706 (2003).

Patents filed / Granted

Indian : 15
International : 4



Landmark Research Contribution
Developed highly dense sintered refractories namely dolomite, lime, magnesium aluminate and mag-chrome spinel. Lime, a new generation refractory developed for the first time in India. The combination of magnesia enriched lime developed optimum properties for AOD steel refining vessels. The technology on Mag-Chrome aggregates from friable chrome ore developed and transferred to industry. At present engaged in Al2O3-MgAl2O4 Carbon refractory. Other contribution is plasma processing of refractory aggregates



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