Engineering, Room 317
Ph.D. Chemical Engineering − University of Massachusetts, Amhert, 2010
B.S. Chemical Engineering − University Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, 2004
Neha Raikar is a lecturer in the department of Chemical Engineering at University of Maryland, Baltimore County since Fall 2016. She has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from University of Massachusetts, Amherst and has worked for three years in Unilever Research as a research scientist. Her background is in manufacturing, consumer product formulation, mathematical modeling and process optimization.
- ENCH 215 Chemical Engineering Analysis
- ENCH 225L Chemical Engineering Problem Solving and Experiment Design Lab
- ENCH 425 Transport I: Fluids
- ENCH 442 Chemical Process Control and Safety
- M.A.H. van Elzakker., E. Zondervan, N.B. Raikar, H. Hoogland, and I.E. Grossman, \An SKU Decomposition Algorithm for the Tactical Planning in the FMCG Industry”, Computers and Chemical Engineering, 62, 8095 (2014).
- Elzakker M.A.H, Zondervan, Raikar N.B., Grossmann I.E., and Bongers P.M.M.,
\Scheduling in the FMCG industry: An Industrial Case Study”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(22), 7800-7815 (2012).
- Maindarkar, S.N.; Raikar, N.B.; Bongers, P., and Henson, M.A,\Incorporating emulsion drop coalescence into population balance equation models of high pressure homogenization”, Colloids and Interfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 396, 63-73 (2012).
- Raikar N.B., Bhatia S.R., Malone M.F., and Henson M.A.,\ Predicting the Effect of the Homogenization Pressure on Emulsion Drop-Size Distributions”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 50(10), 6089-6100 (2011).
- Raikar N.B., Almeida-Rivera C., Bongers P., Bhatia S.R., Malone M.F., and Henson M.A., \Prediction of Emulsion Drop Size Distributions with Population
Balance Equation Models of Multiple Drop Breakage”, Colloids and Interfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects,361(1), 96-108 (2010).
- Raikar N.B., Bhatia S.R., Malone M.F., and Henson M.A.,\ Experimental Studies and Population Balance Equation Models for Breakage Prediction of Emulsion Drop Size Distributions”, Chemical Engineering Science, 64, 2433-2447 (2009).
- Raikar N.B., Bhatia S.R., Malone M.F., and Henson M.A.,\ Self-similar inverse population balance modeling for turbulently prepared batch emulsions: Sensitivity to measurement errors”, Chemical Engineering Science 61(22), 7421-7435 (2006).