I have completed Ph.D. From IIT (BHU) Varanasi in Mechanical Engineering with nine years of research experience. My research area are Fracture Mechanics, Nuclear Engineering, FEM, Stochastic failure analysis, Predictive Analysis, Statistical analysis, Modeling and Simulation, biomechanics, Bio energy, Biofuel.
I have worked in Department of Mechanical Engineering as a Research Scholar under Prof. S.K. Panda. In Ph.D., I am working on reliability and size effect analysis of nuclear grade graphite. This material is used as the built material as well as the moderator in the next-generation nuclear reactor. I have a keen interest in applied Mathematics and did research in modeling and simulation on various crack geometry to characterize crack parameter.
I have experienced in dealing with some real field problem such as pipe failure analysis in industries, in which I have investigated the probable cause of pipe failure under the project with Toshiba and JSW. Fracture toughness evaluation for pipe material and co-relate with actual condition. I have also experienced in the development of an efficient fuel-oxidizer for solid rocket motors and missiles. I have been studied the effect of reduced graphene oxide on the catalytic activity of Cu–Cr–O–TiO2 to enhance the thermal decomposition rate of ammonium perchlorate. I assisted in stent design also.
My research interests are:
Fracture Mechanics, Nuclear Engineering, Finite Element Method, Pipe Failure Analysis, Applied Statistics, Modeling and Simulation, Numerical Methods, Engineering Optimization, Numerical Methods, Smart Materials and Structures, Bio-Mechanics, Bio energy, An efficient fuel-oxidizer for solid rocket motors and missiles.