Dr. P. N. Deka

Professor, Department of Mathematics
  • Phone No. - 9854148361
  • Department of Mathematics
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Dr. Paramananda Deka

Designation: Professor

Department of Mathematics, Dibrugarh University

Dibrugarh, 786004

Assam, India.

Email[email protected]

Phone No. - 9854148361

Education:

1.       Bachelor’s Degree: 1984, Cotton College, Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.

2.       Master’s Degree: 1987, University of Delhi.

3.       Ph.D.: 1999, Centre of Plasma Physics, Gauhati University.

Professional Experiences:

1.       One year Mathematics teaching experience at H.S. and Undergraduate level at North Guwahati College. Guwahati.

2.       One year working experience as computer professional at NIC, Govt. Of India, Guwahati.

3.       Two years teaching experience at H.S. and Undergraduate level at Prgjyotish College, (1989-1991).Gauhati University, Guwahati.

4.       Teaching and research at Department of mathematics, Dibrugarh University since 1991.

Areas of Interest/ Specialization: 

                            Classical Mechanics

                            Fluid Dynamics

                            Magnetohydrodynamics

                            Plasma Dynamics

                            Computational Fluid Dynamics

                            Number theory

Administrative Assignments:

1.     Head of Department, 2005 Dec. to 2008 Dec.

Academic Assignment

            1. Chief Editor of Mathematical Forum, UGC care listed Journal. (Official Journal of Department of Mathematics, Dibrugarh University, Assam, India) Since 2015 till date.

Research Projects:One Major Research Project Completed.

Title of The project: Analysis of Liquid Metal MHD Flow through a Duct in presence of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field.

Funding Agency: UGC

Duration: 08/04/2011 to 31/01/2014

Fund allocated:Rs.7, 47,067/-(Extended to 12.5 Lakhs approximately)

PhD Scholars: 

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Date  of  Registration

Status (Ongoing/Completed)

1

Dr Mahindra Singh

A Study of Plasma- Maser  Effect in Inhomogeneous Plasma

 

Completed

Awarded (05/05/2008)

2

Dr Krishna Gopal Singha

A Study on Certain MHD flow and Heat Transfer Problems

 

Completed

Awarded (15/12/2008)

3

Dr. Anjan Borgohain

Study on Certain Nonlinear Processes in Magnetized Plasma in Presence of Drift Wave turbulence

 

 

Completed

4

Dr. Dipjyoti Sarma

Study on Heat and Mass transfer in a Liquid Metal flow through a Duct under the influence of very Strong Transverse magnetic field

 

 

Completed

5

Dr. LokBikash Gogoi

Study on the Propagation of Solitons in Inhomogeneous Plasma

 

 

 

Completed

6

Dr. Muhim Chutia

Study on MHD Duct Flow with Insulated Walls in Presence of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field

 

 

Completed

7

Mr. Gautom Bose

A Study on Instabilities in Inhomogeneous Plasmas Driven by Nonlinear Force

 

 

 

8

Mr. Jintu Kumar Deka

A Study on Plasma Instabilities Through Nonlinear Wave Particle Interaction Process in Burning Plasma.

20/09/2016

 

Ongoing

9

Dr. Satyajyoti Gogoi

A Study on Instabilities in Ionospheric Plasma Through Wave-Particle Interaction Proces.

 

 

Completed

10

Mr. Padmeswar Senapati

A Study on Plasma Wave Instability Associated with Drift Wave Turbulence.

20/09/2016

 

Abstract Submitted

11

Miss Raksha Mundhra

A Study On Nonlinearities Associated With Particle Heating In A Non-uniform Weakly Turbulent Plasma.

13/09/2019

 

Ongoing

12

Mr. Rohit Dihingia

Study On propagation of shock and solitons in magnetised inhomogeneous plasmas associated with certain drift modes.

17/12/2019

 

 

Ongoing

13

Miss Banashree Saikia

A Study on Plasma Wave Instabilities Associated with External Force Supported By Drift Motion of Particles.

05/10/2020

 

Ongoing

14

Mr. Bishnuram Das

 

Yet to Fix

Registration Awaited

Registration Process Initiated

15

Mr. Hirak Jyoti Dehingia

 

Yet to Fix

Registration Awaited

Pursuing PhD course work

16

Mr. Shiva Rao

 

Yet to Fix

Registration Awaited

Pursuing PhD course work

 

Publications

       1. “Plasma-Maser Instability of Bernsein Mode in Presence of Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence”, Contrib. Plasma Phy., (1995), B.J. Saikia, P.N. Deka and S. Bujarbarua, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 263-271.

2.      2.“Plasma-maser effect in magnetosphere plasma associated with MHD turbulence”, Planet. Space Sci., (1997), P.N. Deka, K.S. Goswami and S. Bujarbarua, Vol.45, No.11, pp. 1443-1447.

3.      3.“Orthogonal interaction of Bernstein mode with ion-acoustic wave through plasma maser effect”,  Pramana-journal of Physics, (1998), P. N. Deka, Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 345-354.

4.   4.“MHD Flow and Heat Transfer between two Vertical Parallel plates in Presence of Uniform Inclined Magnetic field, Mathematical Forum, (2003), Krishna Gopal Singha and P. N Deka, Vol. XVI, No. I, pp. 25-37.

5.   5.“Magnetohydrodynamic Heat Transfer in Two Phase Flow between two Parallel Plates in Presence of Transverse Magnetic Field”,    Mathematical Forum (2005), Krishna Gopal Singha and P.N. Deka, Vol. XVIII, No. I, pp. 24-42.

6.     6.“Two-phase Magnetohydrodynamic Flow and Heat Transfer in a Horizontal Channel”, Ganita, (2005), K. G. Singha and P.N. Deka,Vol.56, No. 2, pp. 185-201.

7.   7.“Plasma–maser effect in inhomogeneous plasma in the presence of drift wave turbulence”, M. Singh and P.N. Deka, Physics of Plasmas, (2005), Vol. 12, 102304-(1-7).

8.      8.“Plasma-maser instability of the ion acoustic wave in the presence of lower hybrid wave turbulence in inhomogeneous plasma”, Pramana-journal of physics, (2006), M. Singh and P.N. Deka, Vol. 66, No.3, pp.547-561.

9.  9. Skin-friction for unsteady free convection MHD flow between two heated vertical parallel plates”, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (2006), Krishna Gopal Singha and P.N. Deka, Vol. 33, No.4, pp. 259-280.

1    10. “Magnetohydrodynamic Heat Transfer in Two-Phase Flow in Presence of Uniform Inclined Magnetic Field”, Bull. Cal. Math. Soc. (2009), K.G. Singha and P.N. Deka, Vol. 101, No. 1, pp. 25-36.

   11.  “Unsteady free convective flow of a temperature varying electrically conducting fluid”, Proceeding of World congress on Engineering, London, (2009), K. G. Singha , P.N. Deka, ISBN 978-988-18210-1-0 ,pp1118-1123..

1   12.  “Amplification of ion acoustic wave in an inhomogeneous plasma through nonlinear wave-particle interaction with drift wave turbulence”, P.N. Deka and A. Borgohain, Physics of Plasmas, (2011), Vol. 18, 042311-(1-7).

1     13.  “On unstable electromagnetic radiation through nonlinear wave –particle Interactions in Presence of Drift wave turbulence”, P.N. Deka and A Borgohain, J. Plasma Physics, (2012), Vol. 78, part 5, pp. 515-524.

1     14.  “Evolution of ion-acoustic solitary waves in inhomogeneous plasma”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, December 28-31, (2012), Paper 9, pp. 63-67, Department of Mathematics, S. S E. S. Amravati’s Science College, Nagpur, Maharashtra.

1     15.  “Numerical Study of Liquid Metal MHD Flow through a Square Duct under the action of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Computer Applications, (2013),  Dipjyoti Sarma, G. C. Hazarika and P. N. Deka, Vol. 71, No. 8, pp. 29-32.

1     16.  “Numerical Study of Liquid Metal Duct Flow under Hydrodynamic “Slip” Condition”, International Journal of Computer Applications, (2013), Dipjyoti Sarma P.N. Deka, Vol. 81, No. 16, pp. 7-10.

1   17.  “Propagation of ion-acoustic solitary waves in inhomogeneous plasmas”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, Mathematical Sciences International Research Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 2, (2013), pp. 428-432.

2     18.  “Study on Liquid Metal MHD Flow through a Triangular Duct Under the Action of Very Strong Transverse Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Mathematical Archive, (2014), Dipjyoti Sarma and P.N. Deka, Vol. 5. No. 5, pp. 135-142.

2      19.  ‘Numerical Study of Liquid MHD Flow through  a Square Duct”, Asian Journal of Current Engineering and Maths, (2014), Dipjyoti Sarma, P.N. Deka and S.C. Kakaty, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 15-19.

2     20.  “Electrostatic Instability in magnetically confined inhomogeneous plasma driven by nonlinear force”, Physics letters A, (2014), A. Borgohain and P.N. Deka, Vol. 378, pp. 790-794.

2      21.  “Numerical Solution of MHD Flow in a Insulated Rectangular Duct Under the Action of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field by Finite Difference Method”, International Journal of Energy and Technology, (2014), Muhim Chutia,P.N. Deka, Vol. 6, paper 10, pp. 1-8.

  22.  “Numerical Study on Steady Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Flow and Heat Transfer in a Heated Rectangular Electrically Insulated Duct under the Action of Strong Oblique Transverse magnetic Field”, International Journal of Computer Application, (2014), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, Vol. 86, No. 15, pp. 27-34.

2      23.  “Numerical Study on MHD Mixed Convection Flow in a Vertical Insulated Square Duct with Strong Transverse Magnetic Field”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, (2015), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, Vol.  8, No. 3, pp. 473-481.

24.      “Numerical Solution for Coupled MHD Flow Equations in a Square Duct in the Presence of Strong Inclined Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Physical Science, (2015), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, Vol. 2, No. 9, pp. 20-29.

25.      “A Numerical Investigation on Magnetohydrodynamic Flow in a Rectangular Duct with Strong Transverse Magnetic Field and Moving Insulating Walls”, Proceeding of International Conference on Frontiers in Mathematics (2015), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, paper 25, pp. 113-118, March 26-28, Guwahati, Assam, India.

26.      “Solitary Waves in Weakly Inhomogeneous Plasma with Nonthermal Electrons”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research(IJAER), Vol. 10, No 9, (2015), pp.22503-22514.

27.      “Solitary Waves in Inhomogeneous Warm Plasma with Nonthermal Electrons”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol. 93, No 1, (2015), pp.51-64.

28.      “Propagation of dust acoustic solitary waves in inhomogeneous plasma with dust charge fluctuations”, Physics of Plasma 24, 033708 (2017) L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka

29.      “On Amplification of Ion-Acoustic Mode in Burning Plasma in Presence of Drift Wave Turbulence”, Journal of Fusion Energy 37(), (2018).  P N Deka & J K Deka,                  DOI: 10.1007/s10894-018-0198- 6

30.      P. N. Deka, P. Senapati, “Amplification of upper hybrid wave through nonlinear wave particle interaction in presence of lower hybrid drift wave in an inhomogeneous plasma”. Far East Journal of Mathematical Science, volume 108, Number 1, page:      73-93 (2018). Impact factor 1.04

31.       P.N.Deka, S.J.Gogoi, "Amplification of Plasma Wave through non-linear wave-particle interaction in ionospheric plasma", International Journal of Scientific Research in Physics and Applied Sciences, Vol.7, Issue.3, pp.83-87, (2019), ISSN;2348-3423,doi.org/10.26438/ijsrpas/v7i3.8387.

32.  S. J. Gogoi, P.N.Deka“Estimation of Growth Rate of Electromagnetic Plasma Wave through Vlasov-Maxwell Mathematical Frame in Ionospheric Plasma” Physical Science International Journal, 23(3): 1-10, (2019); ISSN: 2348-0130. DOI: 10.9734/PSIJ/2019/v23i330155.

33.  “Numerical Solution of Unsteady MHD Couette Flow in the Presence of Uniform Suction and Injection with Hall Effects”. (2020), Iranian Journal of Science and Technology, Transactions of Mechanical Engineering.  Chutia, Muhim;                     Deka, P. N. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40997-020-00369-2

34.  “Instability of Electron Bernstein Mode in Presence of Drift wave Turbulence Associated with Density and Temperature Gradient”(2020),Journal of Fusion Energy, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10894-020-00269-y  Vol.39, No. 6,  P. Senapati,     P. N. Deka

35.  P. Senapati and P. N. Deka“Dispersion relation of upper hybrid wave through nonlinear wave particle interaction in an inhomogeneous plasma”, Mathematical Forum, Vol.27,2015-2019, March, (2020)

Courses Taken

CBSC Postgradute(Mathematics)

P.hd 6 monthly Course

Profile

Profile

Dr. Paramananda Deka

Designation: Professor

Department of Mathematics, Dibrugarh University

Dibrugarh, 786004

Assam, India.

Email[email protected]

Phone No. - 9854148361

Education:

1.       Bachelor’s Degree: 1984, Cotton College, Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.

2.       Master’s Degree: 1987, University of Delhi.

3.       Ph.D.: 1999, Centre of Plasma Physics, Gauhati University.

Professional Experiences:

1.       One year Mathematics teaching experience at H.S. and Undergraduate level at North Guwahati College. Guwahati.

2.       One year working experience as computer professional at NIC, Govt. Of India, Guwahati.

3.       Two years teaching experience at H.S. and Undergraduate level at Prgjyotish College, (1989-1991).Gauhati University, Guwahati.

4.       Teaching and research at Department of mathematics, Dibrugarh University since 1991.

Areas of Interest/ Specialization: 

                            Classical Mechanics

                            Fluid Dynamics

                            Magnetohydrodynamics

                            Plasma Dynamics

                            Computational Fluid Dynamics

                            Number theory

Administrative Assignments:

1.     Head of Department, 2005 Dec. to 2008 Dec.

Academic Assignment

            1. Chief Editor of Mathematical Forum, UGC care listed Journal. (Official Journal of Department of Mathematics, Dibrugarh University, Assam, India) Since 2015 till date.

Research Projects:One Major Research Project Completed.

Title of The project: Analysis of Liquid Metal MHD Flow through a Duct in presence of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field.

Funding Agency: UGC

Duration: 08/04/2011 to 31/01/2014

Fund allocated:Rs.7, 47,067/-(Extended to 12.5 Lakhs approximately)

PhD Scholars: 

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Date  of  Registration

Status (Ongoing/Completed)

1

Dr Mahindra Singh

A Study of Plasma- Maser  Effect in Inhomogeneous Plasma

 

Completed

Awarded (05/05/2008)

2

Dr Krishna Gopal Singha

A Study on Certain MHD flow and Heat Transfer Problems

 

Completed

Awarded (15/12/2008)

3

Dr. Anjan Borgohain

Study on Certain Nonlinear Processes in Magnetized Plasma in Presence of Drift Wave turbulence

 

 

Completed

4

Dr. Dipjyoti Sarma

Study on Heat and Mass transfer in a Liquid Metal flow through a Duct under the influence of very Strong Transverse magnetic field

 

 

Completed

5

Dr. LokBikash Gogoi

Study on the Propagation of Solitons in Inhomogeneous Plasma

 

 

 

Completed

6

Dr. Muhim Chutia

Study on MHD Duct Flow with Insulated Walls in Presence of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field

 

 

Completed

7

Mr. Gautom Bose

A Study on Instabilities in Inhomogeneous Plasmas Driven by Nonlinear Force

 

 

 

8

Mr. Jintu Kumar Deka

A Study on Plasma Instabilities Through Nonlinear Wave Particle Interaction Process in Burning Plasma.

20/09/2016

 

Ongoing

9

Dr. Satyajyoti Gogoi

A Study on Instabilities in Ionospheric Plasma Through Wave-Particle Interaction Proces.

 

 

Completed

10

Mr. Padmeswar Senapati

A Study on Plasma Wave Instability Associated with Drift Wave Turbulence.

20/09/2016

 

Abstract Submitted

11

Miss Raksha Mundhra

A Study On Nonlinearities Associated With Particle Heating In A Non-uniform Weakly Turbulent Plasma.

13/09/2019

 

Ongoing

12

Mr. Rohit Dihingia

Study On propagation of shock and solitons in magnetised inhomogeneous plasmas associated with certain drift modes.

17/12/2019

 

 

Ongoing

13

Miss Banashree Saikia

A Study on Plasma Wave Instabilities Associated with External Force Supported By Drift Motion of Particles.

05/10/2020

 

Ongoing

14

Mr. Bishnuram Das

 

Yet to Fix

Registration Awaited

Registration Process Initiated

15

Mr. Hirak Jyoti Dehingia

 

Yet to Fix

Registration Awaited

Pursuing PhD course work

16

Mr. Shiva Rao

 

Yet to Fix

Registration Awaited

Pursuing PhD course work

 

Publications

Publications

 

       1. “Plasma-Maser Instability of Bernsein Mode in Presence of Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence”, Contrib. Plasma Phy., (1995), B.J. Saikia, P.N. Deka and S. Bujarbarua, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 263-271.

2.      2.“Plasma-maser effect in magnetosphere plasma associated with MHD turbulence”, Planet. Space Sci., (1997), P.N. Deka, K.S. Goswami and S. Bujarbarua, Vol.45, No.11, pp. 1443-1447.

3.      3.“Orthogonal interaction of Bernstein mode with ion-acoustic wave through plasma maser effect”,  Pramana-journal of Physics, (1998), P. N. Deka, Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 345-354.

4.   4.“MHD Flow and Heat Transfer between two Vertical Parallel plates in Presence of Uniform Inclined Magnetic field, Mathematical Forum, (2003), Krishna Gopal Singha and P. N Deka, Vol. XVI, No. I, pp. 25-37.

5.   5.“Magnetohydrodynamic Heat Transfer in Two Phase Flow between two Parallel Plates in Presence of Transverse Magnetic Field”,    Mathematical Forum (2005), Krishna Gopal Singha and P.N. Deka, Vol. XVIII, No. I, pp. 24-42.

6.     6.“Two-phase Magnetohydrodynamic Flow and Heat Transfer in a Horizontal Channel”, Ganita, (2005), K. G. Singha and P.N. Deka,Vol.56, No. 2, pp. 185-201.

7.   7.“Plasma–maser effect in inhomogeneous plasma in the presence of drift wave turbulence”, M. Singh and P.N. Deka, Physics of Plasmas, (2005), Vol. 12, 102304-(1-7).

8.      8.“Plasma-maser instability of the ion acoustic wave in the presence of lower hybrid wave turbulence in inhomogeneous plasma”, Pramana-journal of physics, (2006), M. Singh and P.N. Deka, Vol. 66, No.3, pp.547-561.

9.  9. Skin-friction for unsteady free convection MHD flow between two heated vertical parallel plates”, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (2006), Krishna Gopal Singha and P.N. Deka, Vol. 33, No.4, pp. 259-280.

1    10. “Magnetohydrodynamic Heat Transfer in Two-Phase Flow in Presence of Uniform Inclined Magnetic Field”, Bull. Cal. Math. Soc. (2009), K.G. Singha and P.N. Deka, Vol. 101, No. 1, pp. 25-36.

   11.  “Unsteady free convective flow of a temperature varying electrically conducting fluid”, Proceeding of World congress on Engineering, London, (2009), K. G. Singha , P.N. Deka, ISBN 978-988-18210-1-0 ,pp1118-1123..

1   12.  “Amplification of ion acoustic wave in an inhomogeneous plasma through nonlinear wave-particle interaction with drift wave turbulence”, P.N. Deka and A. Borgohain, Physics of Plasmas, (2011), Vol. 18, 042311-(1-7).

1     13.  “On unstable electromagnetic radiation through nonlinear wave –particle Interactions in Presence of Drift wave turbulence”, P.N. Deka and A Borgohain, J. Plasma Physics, (2012), Vol. 78, part 5, pp. 515-524.

1     14.  “Evolution of ion-acoustic solitary waves in inhomogeneous plasma”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematical Sciences, December 28-31, (2012), Paper 9, pp. 63-67, Department of Mathematics, S. S E. S. Amravati’s Science College, Nagpur, Maharashtra.

1     15.  “Numerical Study of Liquid Metal MHD Flow through a Square Duct under the action of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Computer Applications, (2013),  Dipjyoti Sarma, G. C. Hazarika and P. N. Deka, Vol. 71, No. 8, pp. 29-32.

1     16.  “Numerical Study of Liquid Metal Duct Flow under Hydrodynamic “Slip” Condition”, International Journal of Computer Applications, (2013), Dipjyoti Sarma P.N. Deka, Vol. 81, No. 16, pp. 7-10.

1   17.  “Propagation of ion-acoustic solitary waves in inhomogeneous plasmas”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, Mathematical Sciences International Research Journal, Vol. 2, Issue 2, (2013), pp. 428-432.

2     18.  “Study on Liquid Metal MHD Flow through a Triangular Duct Under the Action of Very Strong Transverse Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Mathematical Archive, (2014), Dipjyoti Sarma and P.N. Deka, Vol. 5. No. 5, pp. 135-142.

2      19.  ‘Numerical Study of Liquid MHD Flow through  a Square Duct”, Asian Journal of Current Engineering and Maths, (2014), Dipjyoti Sarma, P.N. Deka and S.C. Kakaty, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 15-19.

2     20.  “Electrostatic Instability in magnetically confined inhomogeneous plasma driven by nonlinear force”, Physics letters A, (2014), A. Borgohain and P.N. Deka, Vol. 378, pp. 790-794.

2      21.  “Numerical Solution of MHD Flow in a Insulated Rectangular Duct Under the Action of Strong Transverse Magnetic Field by Finite Difference Method”, International Journal of Energy and Technology, (2014), Muhim Chutia,P.N. Deka, Vol. 6, paper 10, pp. 1-8.

  22.  “Numerical Study on Steady Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) Flow and Heat Transfer in a Heated Rectangular Electrically Insulated Duct under the Action of Strong Oblique Transverse magnetic Field”, International Journal of Computer Application, (2014), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, Vol. 86, No. 15, pp. 27-34.

2      23.  “Numerical Study on MHD Mixed Convection Flow in a Vertical Insulated Square Duct with Strong Transverse Magnetic Field”, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, (2015), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, Vol.  8, No. 3, pp. 473-481.

24.      “Numerical Solution for Coupled MHD Flow Equations in a Square Duct in the Presence of Strong Inclined Magnetic Field”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Physical Science, (2015), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, Vol. 2, No. 9, pp. 20-29.

25.      “A Numerical Investigation on Magnetohydrodynamic Flow in a Rectangular Duct with Strong Transverse Magnetic Field and Moving Insulating Walls”, Proceeding of International Conference on Frontiers in Mathematics (2015), Muhim Chutia and P.N. Deka, paper 25, pp. 113-118, March 26-28, Guwahati, Assam, India.

26.      “Solitary Waves in Weakly Inhomogeneous Plasma with Nonthermal Electrons”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research(IJAER), Vol. 10, No 9, (2015), pp.22503-22514.

27.      “Solitary Waves in Inhomogeneous Warm Plasma with Nonthermal Electrons”, L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka, Far East Journal of Applied Mathematics, Vol. 93, No 1, (2015), pp.51-64.

28.      “Propagation of dust acoustic solitary waves in inhomogeneous plasma with dust charge fluctuations”, Physics of Plasma 24, 033708 (2017) L.B. Gogoi and P.N. Deka

29.      “On Amplification of Ion-Acoustic Mode in Burning Plasma in Presence of Drift Wave Turbulence”, Journal of Fusion Energy 37(), (2018).  P N Deka & J K Deka,                  DOI: 10.1007/s10894-018-0198- 6

30.      P. N. Deka, P. Senapati, “Amplification of upper hybrid wave through nonlinear wave particle interaction in presence of lower hybrid drift wave in an inhomogeneous plasma”. Far East Journal of Mathematical Science, volume 108, Number 1, page:      73-93 (2018). Impact factor 1.04

31.       P.N.Deka, S.J.Gogoi, "Amplification of Plasma Wave through non-linear wave-particle interaction in ionospheric plasma", International Journal of Scientific Research in Physics and Applied Sciences, Vol.7, Issue.3, pp.83-87, (2019), ISSN;2348-3423,doi.org/10.26438/ijsrpas/v7i3.8387.

32.  S. J. Gogoi, P.N.Deka“Estimation of Growth Rate of Electromagnetic Plasma Wave through Vlasov-Maxwell Mathematical Frame in Ionospheric Plasma” Physical Science International Journal, 23(3): 1-10, (2019); ISSN: 2348-0130. DOI: 10.9734/PSIJ/2019/v23i330155.

33.  “Numerical Solution of Unsteady MHD Couette Flow in the Presence of Uniform Suction and Injection with Hall Effects”. (2020), Iranian Journal of Science and Technology, Transactions of Mechanical Engineering.  Chutia, Muhim;                     Deka, P. N. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40997-020-00369-2

34.  “Instability of Electron Bernstein Mode in Presence of Drift wave Turbulence Associated with Density and Temperature Gradient”(2020),Journal of Fusion Energy, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10894-020-00269-y  Vol.39, No. 6,  P. Senapati,     P. N. Deka

35.  P. Senapati and P. N. Deka“Dispersion relation of upper hybrid wave through nonlinear wave particle interaction in an inhomogeneous plasma”, Mathematical Forum, Vol.27,2015-2019, March, (2020)

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