Areas of expertise
- Manufacturing of Functional Materials
- Sustainable Manufacturing
Featured in the Royal Academy of Engineering for innovative COVID-19 Mass vaccine manufacture:
My current research revolves around the fields of engineering, biology and chemistry with a combination of the 3.
By engineering continuous flow technology through design, simulation studies (CFD), manufacture, characterisation and optimisation to develop an oscillatory baffled flow bioreactors for scale up purposes and mass production of green materials. New technologies aim to intensify the processes to drive costs down.
Biological studies of different organisms to direct their metabolic pathways to produce green materials and determine which renewable feedstocks are most suited to each organisms for the production of green materials. Waste feedstocks incorporate a sustainable circular economy approach further reducing costs.
Chemical studies involve the optimisation of chemically defined medias for the enhances cellular growth of organisms and their intra or extra cellular materials at high quantities. by maximising the chemical components the organisms are grown in to enhance the production of green materials but balancing the total costing.
Articles In Journals
- Narisetty V, Prabhu AA, Bommareddy RR, Cox R, Agrawal D, Misra A, Haider MA, Bhatnagar A, Pandey A & Kumar V (2022) Development of hypertolerant strain of Yarrowia lipolytica accumulating succinic acid using high levels of acetate, ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering, 10 (33) 10858-10869.
- Cox R, Salonitis K, Rebrov E & Impey SA (2022) Revisiting the effect of U-bends, flow parameters, and feasibility for scale-up on residence time distribution curves for a continuous bioprocessing oscillatory baffled flow reactor, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 61 (30) 11181-11196.
- Cox R, Narisetty V, Nagarajan S, Agrawald D, Ranade VV, Salonitis K, Venus J & Kumar V (2022) High-level fermentative production of lactic acid from bread waste under non-sterile conditions with a circular biorefining approach and zero waste discharge, Fuel, 313 (April) Article No. 122976. Dataset/s: 10.17862/cranfield.rd.18133832.v1
- Narisetty V, Cox R, Bommareddy RR, Agrawal D, Ahmad E, Pant KK, Chandel AK, Bhatia SK, Kumar D, Parameswaran B, Gupta VK & Kumar V (2022) Valorisation of xylose to renewable fuels and chemicals, an essential step in augmenting the commercial viability of lignocellulosic biorefineries, Sustainable Energy and Fuels, 6 (1) 29-65.
- Narisetty V, Cox R, Willoughby N, Aktas E, Tiwarie B, Matharu AS, Salonitis K & Kumar V (2021) Recycling bread waste into chemical building blocks using a circular biorefining approach, Sustainable Energy and Fuels, 5 (19) 4842-4849.