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Mr. Surajit Gupta
Profile of Mr. Surajit Gupta
Mr. Surajit Gupta
Scientist F [Gr IV- (5)]
Refractories and Traditional Ceramics Division
Phone: (033) 24733496 / 69(Ex. 3314)
(Tech) (Ceramic Technology), University of Calcutta
Mr. Gupta joined CGCRI in July 1988
Ceramic Science with special emphasis on development of improved quality of refractory pot. This includes research on high density glass refractory corrosion and production of different type of Optical, RSW & Soda lime silica glasses.
Central Glass & Ceramic Research Institute
Scientist �C� to �F�
RRL Jorhat, Assam
SSA to Scientist �B�
1982 - 1986
Raghunathpur Ceramics Pvt. Ltd.
Asst. Works Manager
1978 - 1982
Received BEST POSTER AWARD in the 7th India International Refractory Congress (IREFCON 08 ) Kolkata.
Summary: in SCI Journal Papers = 2;
S. Gupta, S. Bandopadhyay & G. Laxminarayan presented at 48th Annual session of Indian Ceramic Society held at New Delhi on 24 - 27th March 1986. "Evaluation of clay in Kharsang and Jairampur areas of Tirap District of Arunachal Pradesh".
S. Gupta, D. Dutta, D. Bordoloi & P.C. Borthakur presented at the International Seminar on Agglomeration and Benefication held at RRL Bhubneshwar, Orissa in the year 1986. "Potentiality of slag cement as binder in making cold bonded iron ore pellets".
S. Gupta, D. Dutta, D. Bordoloi, P.C. Borthakur, T. M. Srinivasan & J. B. Patil, published in International Journal of Mineral processing, 34 (1992) 149-159. "Investigation on cold bonded pelletization of Iron ore fines using Indian slag cement".
S. Gupta, S. Das & A.Chakraborty, published in British Ceramic Transactions, 2003, Vol. 102 No. 4. "Evidence for two stage mullite formation during thermal decomposition of kaolinite".
Patents filed / Granted
Indian : Indian : 04 nos.;
An improved process for the manufacture of cold bonded pellets of iron ore fines. S. Gupta, D. Dutta, D. Bordoloi, CSIR News April Part No. 367/DEL/87 dt. 5.5.87.
A process for producing high strength cold bonded ore pellets. S. Gupta, D. Dutta, D. Bordoloi, CSIR News April Part No. 663/DEL/87 dt. 31.7.87.
A process for preparation of cold bonded iron ore pellets using granulated Blast Furnace slag along-with activators. S. Gupta, D. Dutta, D. Bordoloi & P.C. Borthakur, CSIR News September Part No. 317/DEL/87 dt. 15.9.89.
An improved process for the preparation of cold bonded iron ore pellets using cement and silica binder. S. Gupta, D. Dutta, D. Bordoloi & P.C. Borthakur, CSIR News November Part No. 654/DEL/89 Vol 39 dt. 30.11.89.
Landmark Research Contribution
Significant contribution towards manufacturing of Refractory Pot and Glass cullet used for the production and supply of high density ( 5.2 gm/c.c.) glass to the Department of Atomic Energy and low density (3.2 gm/c.c.) Optical glass for Ordanance Factory.
Sudden cracking problem of large sized refractory pot required for glass cullet making was solved through a team effort for which I was an active member. As a result CGCRI was able to keep the commitment to the DAE.
Assisted the project leader of CCRD, Bone China Project towards procurement & supply for raw material & miscellaneous accessories, Vendor development & Marketing Promotion.
Contribution made to words successful development of larger size refractory Pot for trial with Soda - lime - silica glass at CDGI , Ferozabad.
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