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Jun 2016
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  • MSc, University of Alberta, 2009
  • BEng, Panjab University, 2005


  • Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Physics

About Harsh Singh


a. Singh, Harsh Deep et al. "Poly-L-lysine-coated albumin nanoparticles: stability, mechanism for increasing in vitro enzymatic resilience, and siRNA release characteristics." Acta biomaterialia 6.11 (2010): 4277-4284.

b. Singh, Harsh Deep et al. "BSA Nanoparticles for siRNA delivery: coating effects on nanoparticle properties, plasma protein adsorption, and in vitro siRNA delivery." International journal of biomaterials 2012 (2012).

c. Singh, Harsh Deep et al. "Engineered peptides with enzymatically cleavable domains for controlling the release of model protein drug from “soft” nanoparticles." Acta biomaterialia 8.2 (2012): 636-645.

d. Singh, Harsh Deep et al. "Bioactive glass 45S5 powders: effect of synthesis route and resultant surface chemistry and crystallinity on protein adsorption from human plasma." Biointerphases 7.1 (2012): 41.


Professional Engineer designation with the state of Alberta, Canada.

Work Experience:

· Academic experience in the domain of Nanotechnology, drug delivery applications, materials engineering, biomaterials, catalysis & reaction engineering
· Graduate courses in Mass Transfer and Heat Transfer
· Chemistry, Biology and Physics courses for the college and high school students
· Manufacturing experience in the engineering aspect of the pharmaceuticals (API)
· Working as a Process Engineer in the area of Oil & Gas, particularly the upstream operations. Extensive experience writing technical reports, carrying out simulations, performing equipment sizing, plant designing and development of process diagrams
· Experience and knowledge in the area of Biodiesel technology

Other useful courses taken:

· Advanced drug delivery systems
· Nutrition and Health, Part 1: Macronutrients and Over-nutrition
· Nutrition and Health, Part 2: Micronutrients and Malnutrition
· Catalysis & Reaction Engineering


English, Hindi and Punjabi

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NPSH calculations

This submission shows the method to calculate the NPSH (net positive suction head) of the pump connected to the tank.
See the attached diagram for system sketch.

Engineering / Chemical Engineering / Process Engineering / Petroluem Refinery Engineering » 626043

Mechanics: Static Friction, acceleration and circular motion

1.1 Acceleration
a. The intent of the problem is to determine the maximum acceleration of the train in which a box lying on its floor would remain stationary. Assume the coefficient of static friction between the block and the train's floor to be 0.15. See Fig.1

1.2 Static Friction
a. See Fig. READ MORE »

Physics / Classical Mechanics / Acceleration » 626146

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