Ramesh Gupta Burela

@nitttrbpl.ac.in

Professor
NITTTR-Bhopal



                 

https://researchid.co/rameshgupta

I would like to distribute my efforts such that analytical, computational and experimental activities go hand on hand. I am also co-founder of three start-ups
We designing multifunctional composite structures using mathematical methodology called Variational Asymptotic Method (VAM) to derive analytical expressions. I would like to guide research scholars (PhD/MTech/BTech students) for solution of various problems by using VAM and NFEA.
I have initiated organic solar cells using 3D printing (additive manufacturing). Also trying for realization of battery fiber composites. Further, I would like to explore application of AI & ML in CAE

EDUCATION

Ph.D. (2012), Aerospace Engineering Indian Institute of Science (IISc), India
Thesis: Asymptotically correct dimensional reduction of nonlinear material models
Internship: Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS) de Cachan, France
M.Tech (2002) Computer Aided Design of Structures (CADES), Visveswaraiah Technological University (VTU), India
B.Tech (1998), Civil Engineering, Nagarjuna University, India

RESEARCH, TEACHING, or OTHER INTERESTS

Civil and Structural Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Multidisciplinary

FUTURE PROJECTS

Nonlinear multiphysics modelling of Magneto Electro Elastic (MEE) structures using VAM


Applications Invited

3D printing of functionally graded composites


Applications Invited

Dynamic analysis of hyperelastic structures


Applications Invited
35

Scopus Publications

323

Scholar Citations

10

Scholar h-index

11

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Fabrication of Hybrid Natural Fiber Composites and Application Under Low Load Conditions
    Ajai Krishna, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Ankit Gupta

    AIP Publishing

  • Non-Linear Analysis of Envelope of a Non-Rigid High Altitude Airship
    Akash Nekkanti, Ramesh Burela Gupta, Ankit Gupta, and Shravan Bhadoria

    AIP Publishing

  • Computational Study of Type IV Hydrogen Tanks
    Saatvik Jella, Ramesh Burela Gupta, Ankit Gupta, and Shravan Kumar Bhadoria

    AIP Publishing

  • Structural, Electronic, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Al<inf>x</inf>CoCrFeNi (0 ≤ x ≤ 2) High Entropy Alloy Using Density Functional Theory
    Nabila Tabassum, Yamini Sudha Sistla, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Ankit Gupta

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Modeling, fabrication, and burst testing of type-IV 3D printed plastic liner composite overwrapped pressure vessels
    Jagath Narayana Kamineni and Ramesh Gupta Burela

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • DETAILED DESIGN AND ANALYSIS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF TOPOLOGICALLY OPTIMIZED AND GENERATIVELY DESIGNED TI-6AL-4V HIP JOINT IMPLANT
    Abhishek Kishor, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Ankit Gupta

    Begell House
    In this paper, a comprehensive investigation of the design and analysis of Ti-6Al-4V hip joint implants using generative design and topology optimization, along with laser powder bed fusion (LPBF), an additive manufacturing technique, has been presented. The study employed the NSGA-II genetic algorithm for generative design, enabling the generation of diverse optimized designs and topology optimization with the solid isotropic material penalization approach, efficiently reducing implant mass of the design space by up to 75&amp;#37; while maintaining structural integrity. Finite element analysis revealed comparable von Mises stress and deformation levels between geometries obtained with generative design and topology optimization. However, the combined approach exhibited superior performance, namely, topology optimization followed by generative design, with a 40&amp;#37; reduction in deformation and a 15% reduction in von Mises stress compared to conventional models. LPBF simulations demonstrated the superiority of the optimized geometries, with a 30&amp;#37; reduction in thermal stress and a 66&amp;#37; reduction in deformation compared to conventional designs. It is observed that design input for generative design significantly impacts the output design. Also, geometry has a notable impact on the quality of the printed part.

  • Optical, Thermal, and Mechanical Properties of Scheelite Molybdate and Tungstate Materials Using Atomistic Simulations
    Yamini Sudha Sistla, Ramesh Gupta Burela, Ankit Gupta, and Nabila Tabassum

    Springer Nature Singapore

  • Baseline Design of Propeller for an eVTOL Aircraft to Achieve Urban Air Mobility
    Mohammed Faraaz, Afreed Faizan, Mukunda Badarinath, Kiwin Vignesh Subramaniyan, Dineshkumar Harursampath, and Ramesh Burela Gupta

    IEEE
    Urban Air Mobility (UAM) has gained traction in the aviation industry. With the ever-increasing rate of urbanization, congested roads have become a common phenomenon in megacities across the world. Urban Air Mobility in the form of Electric Vertical Take-off and Landing (eVTOL) aircrafts presents an opportunity to revolutionize the transportation sector by providing sustainable intercity and intracity travel for the urban dwellers. Amongst the different eVTOL configurations, the tilt-rotor and hybrid lift + cruise configuration aim to combine the advantages of fixed wing and rotary wing aircrafts. The presented work aims to develop a detailed design procedure for the propellers of a tilt-rotor eVTOL aircraft to maintain low noise emission and to have high efficiency to utilize the capacity of current battery technology to the maximum extent. Multiple configurations such as coaxial tilt-rotor and hybrid lift + cruise were considered for the aircraft, and preliminary design calculations were carried out for all of these configurations to decide the number of rotors, diameter of the rotor, number of blades and the power required for take-off, hover and cruise performance of the aircraft. These calculations were performed based on the concepts of actuator disc theory/momentum theory. A propulsion configuration was selected based on the results of the above-said calculations provides such as tip Mach number, efficiency and rotor diameter to facilitate low noise and compactness. After selecting the configuration, the propeller blades were designed based on blade element theory. Since tilt-rotors are used for both hover and cruise conditions, it becomes necessary to analyze them for both conditions. Since the operating conditions such as airspeed and rpm are very different in hover and cruise conditions, the tilt-rotors were designed as controllable-pitch propellers to ensure all the sections of the blade operate at the desired angle of attack for both hover and cruise conditions. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations were carried out for the same to verify the results. The outcome of the current work is the theoretical dimensions and geometry of the propellers which provide the required thrust, efficiency and low noise emission for the considered eVTOL aircraft.

  • Snap-through analysis of multistable laminate using the variational asymptotic method
    A. Phanendra Kumar, Shaikbepari Mohmmed Khajamoinuddin, Ramesh Gupta Burela, Vinyas Mahesh, and Dineshkumar Harursampath

    Informa UK Limited
    Abstract Multistable laminates have attracted the attention of researchers for developing morphing structures, as they can stay in different stable configurations without any need for external forces to maintain any of those configurations. In this study, a novel application of a reconfigurable antenna made with rectangular composite laminates [90/0] in the shape of a star is analyzed using the Variational Asymptotic Method (VAM), which is free of ad-hoc assumptions and highly accurate, unlike semi-analytical theories present in the literature. The star shaped laminate is modeled as a plate using geometrically exact kinematics, and thermal analysis is done by applying uniform temperature to obtain its cool-down shape, which shows multistability. Snap-through forces are applied on the structure to change to the other stable configurations. Three parametric studies are performed to identify the variation of snap-through force. These studies are carried out by varying the aspect ratio, curing temperature, and thickness of the individual rectangular laminates to identify the lower and upper limits beyond which the laminate loses its multistability. All studies performed using VAM are validated against 3D FEA in ABAQUS are found to be in good agreement with each other although, VAM handled the 3D problem at the 2D level achieved by systematic dimensional reduction. The computational efficiency is found to increase by almost 70% compared to 3D FEA.

  • Part dynamics in the intermediate regime of a linear vibratory feeder
    Balaji Boopathi, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Ganeshthangaraj Ponniah

    SAGE Publications
    Linear vibratory feeder is one of the most extensively used part feeding systems in a production line. The part motion on the feeder can be sliding or hopping or a combination of these two. Based on the dynamics of part motion this paper identifies three distinct regimes. A mathematical model was developed that can predict the trend in conveying velocity in these regimes. This model can provide the parts position as a function of time and has considered relative displacement between the part and the conveying surface. The simulation was validated by performing experiments for a range of vibration frequencies and amplitudes.

  • Numerical Analysis of Different SUS304 Steel Weld Joint Configurations Using new Prescribed Temperature Approach
    Pavan Meena, M. Kumar, Mayur Singh, D. Kumar Shukla, R. G. Burela, P. Jhunjhunwala, A. Gupta, and C. Pandey

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

  • Finite element analysis and topology optimization of Ti-6Al-4V hip implant fabricated by laser powder bed fusion process
    P. Jhunjhunwala, A. Kishor, Ramesh Gupta Burela, Rajesh Singh, and Ankit Gupta

    SAGE Publications
    In this work, a three-dimensional thermomechanical finite element model has been developed to simulate the additive manufacturing process of a Ti-6Al-4V hip implant fabricated using the laser powder bed fusion process. The developed numerical model is used to predict the thermal fields, residual stresses, and part deformation during the printing process. To reduce the mass and consequently the weight of the hip implant, topology optimization has been carried out. Furthermore, the additively manufactured Ti-6Al-4V hip implant subjected to realistic loading conditions is analyzed. In the numerical model, new elements are activated for each layer to simulate the recoating of metal powder, and the thermal gradient, residual stress, and deformation associated with the layer are computed. It is observed that the implant geometry significantly influences the quality of the printed part. Topology-optimized geometry shows a notable reduction in residual stress generation and distortions, along with a significant reduction in mass.

  • Dynamics of part motion on a linear vibratory feeder
    B Balaji, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Ganeshthangaraj Ponniah

    SAGE Publications
    The motion of a part on a curved surface mounted upon a linear vibratory feeder is of great importance in mass production. In this article, the conveying surface or track is modelled by a bilinear surface inclined to all axes with the curvature varying throughout the surface. An experimental test rig is fabricated to study the part motion on the feeder surface. Dynamics of the part on the surface is derived and the path traced by the part is obtained numerically. The numeric model closely correlates with experimental results. Based on the control parameters two distinct regimes—slide and hop—are presented, highlighting their relation to frequency and amplitude of vibration of the feeder.

  • Balanced feeder design: An alternative to vibratory bowl feeders
    B. Balaji, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Ganeshthangaraj Ponniah

    AIP Publishing

  • Mean-field homogenization coupled low-velocity impact analysis of nano fibre reinforced composites
    Anant S. Bhatnagar, Ankit Gupta, Gaurav Arora, Srikant Padmanabhan, and Ramesh G. Burela

    Elsevier BV

  • Stochastic analysis of natural fiber-reinforced composites
    Aravindh Gowtham Bommisetty and Ramesh Gupta Burela

    AIP Publishing
    The current work talks about a stochastic approach to study the static response characteristics of natural fiber reinforced composites with random material and geometric properties. Stochasticity in macro scale is due to randomness in macro mechanical properties of bio composite which is inevitable owing to many uncontrollable parameters in manufacturing and fabrication processes of bio composites. Analysis is also done by taking ply orientation angles (meso scale) and other geometric properties like aspect ratio, thickness ratio as discrete random variables. Bio composite is made of sisal fiber(Natural fiber) and matrix based on Epoxidized Soybean-Oil(ESO). Macro-mechanical analysis of composite laminates is done using Finite element analysis and first order shear deformation theory (FSDT) is used for displacement formulation. Results are shown for different boundary conditions along with different stacking sequences and thickness ratios. Uncertainty quantification is done using Monte Carlo simulation technique by considering the mean and the standard deviation of input material properties of the bio composite to be known. Sensitivity analysis is done to show how each stochastic input parameter (Elastic modulii) influence thecomposite plate response characteristics. The validation of the modelis checked using the existing results which are in agreement with the results obtained. Results indicate that stochasticity in material or geometric properties of bio composite cannot be ignored. It is concluded that considering stochasticity of input parameters in design and analysis of structures is crucial to maintain structural integrity, safety and reliability.

  • Meso–macro-scale computational analysis of boron nitride nanotube-reinforced aluminium and epoxy nanocomposites: A case study on crack propagation
    Srikant Padmanabhan, Ankit Gupta, Gaurav Arora, Himanshu Pathak, Ramesh G Burela, and Anant S Bhatnagar

    SAGE Publications
    In this paper, an outline of mean-field homogenization and fracture toughness of boron nitride nanotube-reinforced aluminium and epoxy composites have been presented. The meso-scale material modelling has been achieved using Mori-Tanaka and double inclusion homogenization schemes. To examine the effectiveness of Mori-Tanaka and double inclusion schemes, a comparison has been drawn with the rule of mixture. Meso-scale numerical results of boron nitride nanotube-reinforced aluminium and epoxy composites are presented for various design parameters such as aspect ratio and volume fraction of boron nitride nanotubes. The validation studies of the developed transversely isotropic composites model have been documented with the experiments performed and existing literature. Finally, macro-scale fracture toughness simulations incorporating the transversely isotropic properties have been performed using the domain integral method. It is observed that aluminium and epoxy with elastoplastic and viscoelastic nature, respectively, have shown a significant effect on the fracture properties of the composites.

  • Advances and applications of biofiber-based polymer composites
    Manan Gupta, Akshat Jain, Jagath Narayana Kamineni, and Ramesh Gupta Burela

    Elsevier

  • Delamination Detection and Localization in Laminated Structures Using Machine Learning Techniques
    Trilok Sachin Chittala, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Sathiskumar Anusuya Ponnusami

    Springer Singapore

  • Geometric nonlinear analysis of composite stiffened panels using variational asymptotic method
    K. Jagath Narayana, Ramesh Gupta Burela, Sathiskumar Anusuya Ponnusami, and Dineshkumar Harursampath

    American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)



  • Analysis and retardation of helium permeation for high altitude airship envelope material
    Durga Vasudevan, Hariharan Mohan, Saarang Gaggar, and Ramesh Burela Gupta

    AIP Publishing
    Airships are fast gaining popularity as one of the most prominent modes of surveillance, reconnaissance and providing connectivity in remote areas. These airships work on the Archimedes’ principle, and employ gases which are lighter than air to stay afloat in the atmosphere. These gases are the most critical and costly support element for the usage of such airships as the permeation of these gases through the envelope material limits the flight duration of the airship and further increases the cost associated with transporting and refilling of the airship, thereby limiting its utility. Engineering the material of the envelope, so as to be able to minimize the leakage of gas, becomes the most important challenge for engineers designing the airships. The traditional experimental techniques used to analyse the permeation through the laminate are known to be extremely sensitive to minor variations in temperature and pressure and involve specialized equipment, time and money. This paper proposes and discusses alternate Computational Fluid Dynamics based 2D and 3D approaches to analyse the permeation of the gas through the envelope material, particularly for high altitude airship applications. In addition to this, this paper proposes a method to determine the best suited material for the airship envelope through a qualitative and quantitative permeation analysis of different combinations of material options.Airships are fast gaining popularity as one of the most prominent modes of surveillance, reconnaissance and providing connectivity in remote areas. These airships work on the Archimedes’ principle, and employ gases which are lighter than air to stay afloat in the atmosphere. These gases are the most critical and costly support element for the usage of such airships as the permeation of these gases through the envelope material limits the flight duration of the airship and further increases the cost associated with transporting and refilling of the airship, thereby limiting its utility. Engineering the material of the envelope, so as to be able to minimize the leakage of gas, becomes the most important challenge for engineers designing the airships. The traditional experimental techniques used to analyse the permeation through the laminate are known to be extremely sensitive to minor variations in temperature and pressure and involve specialized equipment, time and money. This paper proposes and discusses ...

  • Multi-scale modeling and simulation of natural fiber reinforced composites (Bio-composites)
    K Jagath Narayana and Ramesh Gupta Burela

    IOP Publishing
    Abstract This work presents the numerical analysis of natural fiber reinforced composites (from renewable sources), to evaluate the mechanical behavior of Bio-composites and elucidated the role of micro-mechanical analytical models (Rule of Mixtures and Halpin-Tsai models). Specifically, this study is carried out to perform the Multi-scale modeling and simulation of Biocomposite that constitute of sisal fiber reinforcement and Epoxidized Soybean-Oil (ESO) based matrix. In general, it is difficult to predict the effective properties of natural fiber reinforced composites due to its heterogeneous properties. The Representative Volume Element (RVE) model is capable to estimate the effective properties of Bio-composites. Therefore, RVE model is designed and analyzed based on micro-mechanics by taking the individual properties of fiber and matrix as an input. As a result, the effective properties of Bio-composite can be obtained. Subsequently, a 3-D model of Bio-composite laminated plate behavior is analyzed based on macro-mechanics by taking the effective properties of Bio-composite obtained from micro-mechanical analysis. The obtained effective properties of Bio-composite are validated with the theoretical (Rule of Mixtures) results. The micro-mechanical analysis is carried out using the Digimat (Multi-scale modeling and simulation tool) and macro-mechanical analysis is performed using Ansys software.

  • Crack interaction study in piezoelectric materials under thermo-electro-mechanical loading environment
    Ranjan Mishra, Ramesh Gupta Burela, and Himanshu Pathak

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Modeling, fabrication, and burst testing of type-IV 3D printed plastic liner composite overwrapped pressure vessels
    JN Kamineni, RG Burela
    International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM), 1-10 2024

  • Structural, Electronic, Mechanical and Thermal Properties of AlxCoCrFeNi (0≤ x≤ 2) High Entropy Alloy Using Density Functional Theory
    N Tabassum, YS Sistla, RG Burela, A Gupta
    Metals and Materials International, 1-21 2024

  • Fabrication of hybrid natural fiber composites and application under low load conditions
    A Krishna, RG Burela, A Gupta
    AIP Conference Proceedings 2986 (1) 2024

  • Analytical and computational study of compressible neo-Hookean model using VAM for two types of global warping constraints
    SK Bhadoria, RG Burela
    International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 104652 2024

  • Asymptotically correct 3D displacement of the Mooney–Rivlin model using VAM
    SK Bhadoria, RG Burela
    Thin-Walled Structures 195, 111358 2024

  • DETAILED DESIGN AND ANALYSIS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF TOPOLOGICALLY OPTIMIZED AND GENERATIVELY DESIGNED TI-6AL-4V HIP JOINT IMPLANT
    A Kishor, RG Burela, A Gupta
    International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering 22 2024

  • Snap-through analysis of multistable laminate using the variational asymptotic method
    A Phanendra Kumar, SM Khajamoinuddin, RG Burela, V Mahesh, ...
    Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines 51 (11), 6097-6122 2023

  • Strength Estimation of Fiber Metal Laminated Plates (GLARE) with Crack by VAM
    R Kaushik, KN Sahu, RG Burela, D Harursampath
    25th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies 2023

  • Effect of Crack on Strength and Stiffness of Composite Structures using VAM
    KN Sahu, R Kaushik, RG Burela, D Harursampath
    25th AIAA International Space Planes and Hypersonic Systems and Technologies 2023

  • Asymptotic non-linear analysis of Fung anisotropic hyperelastic plate
    SK Bhadoria, RG Burela
    AIAA SCITECH 2023 Forum, 2228 2023

  • Finite element analysis and topology optimization of Ti-6Al-4V hip implant fabricated by laser powder bed fusion process
    P Jhunjhunwala, A Kishor, RG Burela, R Singh, A Gupta
    Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of 2022

  • Optical, Thermal, and Mechanical Properties of Scheelite Molybdate and Tungstate Materials Using Atomistic Simulations
    YS Sistla, RG Burela, A Gupta, N Tabassum
    Biennial International Conference on Future Learning Aspects of Mechanical 2022

  • Advances and applications of biofiber-based polymer composites
    M Gupta, A Jain, JN Kamineni, RG Burela
    Advances in Bio-Based Fiber, 575-602 2022

  • Balanced feeder design: An alternative to vibratory bowl feeders
    B Balaji, RG Burela, G Ponniah
    AIP Conference Proceedings 2408 (1) 2021

  • Mean-field homogenization coupled low-velocity impact analysis of nano fibre reinforced composites
    AS Bhatnagar, A Gupta, G Arora, S Padmanabhan, RG Burela
    Materials Today Communications 26, 102089 2021

  • Stochastic analysis of natural fiber-reinforced composites
    AG Bommisetty, RG Burela
    AIP Conference Proceedings 2317 (1) 2021

  • Mass production of re-entrant cubic auxetic structure
    B Balaji, RG Burela, G Ponniah
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 1070 (1), 012128 2021

  • Meso–macro-scale computational analysis of boron nitride nanotube-reinforced aluminium and epoxy nanocomposites: A case study on crack propagation
    S Padmanabhan, A Gupta, G Arora, H Pathak, RG Burela, AS Bhatnagar
    Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of 2021

  • Delamination Detection and Localization in Laminated Structures Using Machine Learning Techniques
    TS Chittala, RG Burela, SA Ponnusami
    Advances in Interdisciplinary Engineering: Select Proceedings of FLAME 2020 2021

  • Realizing the impact and compressive strengths of an arrowhead auxetic structure inspired by topology optimization
    B Boopathi, G Ponniah, RG Burela
    International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied 2020

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • A review of recent research on multifunctional composite materials and structures with their applications
    KJ Narayana, RG Burela
    Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (2), 5580-5590 2018
    Citations: 127

  • Multi-scale modeling and simulation of natural fiber reinforced composites (Bio-composites)
    KJ Narayana, RG Burela
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1240 (1), 012103 2019
    Citations: 28

  • Crack interaction study in piezoelectric materials under thermo-electro-mechanical loading environment
    R Mishra, RG Burela, H Pathak
    International Journal of Mechanics and Materials in Design 15, 379-412 2019
    Citations: 27

  • Thermo-electro-mechanical fatigue crack growth simulation in piezoelectric solids using XFEM approach
    R Mishra, RG Burela
    Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 104, 102388 2019
    Citations: 18

  • VAM applied to dimensional reduction of non-linear hyperelastic plates
    DH Ramesh Gupta Burela
    International Journal of Engineering Science 59, 90-102 2012
    Citations: 15

  • Meso–macro-scale computational analysis of boron nitride nanotube-reinforced aluminium and epoxy nanocomposites: A case study on crack propagation
    S Padmanabhan, A Gupta, G Arora, H Pathak, RG Burela, AS Bhatnagar
    Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part L: Journal of 2021
    Citations: 13

  • Dielectric Elastomers: Asymptotically Correct Three-Dimensional Displacement Field
    DH Ramesh Gupta
    International Journal of Engineering Science 87, 1-12 2014
    Citations: 13

  • Realizing the impact and compressive strengths of an arrowhead auxetic structure inspired by topology optimization
    B Boopathi, G Ponniah, RG Burela
    International Journal of Advances in Engineering Sciences and Applied 2020
    Citations: 12

  • Mean-field homogenization coupled low-velocity impact analysis of nano fibre reinforced composites
    AS Bhatnagar, A Gupta, G Arora, S Padmanabhan, RG Burela
    Materials Today Communications 26, 102089 2021
    Citations: 10

  • Multifunctional polymer composites for 3D and 4D printing
    RG Burela, JN Kamineni, D Harursampath
    3D and 4D Printing of Polymer Nanocomposite Materials, 231-257 2020
    Citations: 10

  • Constraint method for laminated composite flat stiffened panel analysis using variational asymptotic method (VAM)
    JN Kamineni, RG Burela
    Thin-Walled Structures 145, 106374 2019
    Citations: 10

  • Snap-through analysis of multistable laminate using the variational asymptotic method
    A Phanendra Kumar, SM Khajamoinuddin, RG Burela, V Mahesh, ...
    Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines 51 (11), 6097-6122 2023
    Citations: 5

  • Analysis and retardation of helium permeation for high altitude airship envelope material
    D Vasudevan, H Mohan, S Gaggar, RB Gupta
    AIP Conference Proceedings 2148 (1) 2019
    Citations: 5

  • Finite element analysis and topology optimization of Ti-6Al-4V hip implant fabricated by laser powder bed fusion process
    P Jhunjhunwala, A Kishor, RG Burela, R Singh, A Gupta
    Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of 2022
    Citations: 4

  • Advances and applications of biofiber-based polymer composites
    M Gupta, A Jain, JN Kamineni, RG Burela
    Advances in Bio-Based Fiber, 575-602 2022
    Citations: 4

  • Mass production of re-entrant cubic auxetic structure
    B Balaji, RG Burela, G Ponniah
    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 1070 (1), 012128 2021
    Citations: 4

  • Baseline procedure for conceptual designing of an eVTOL for Urban Air Mobility
    A Jain, K Bavikar, A Sanjay, M Gupta, BR Gupta, H Dineshkumar
    2020 4th International Conference on Electronics, Communication and 2020
    Citations: 3

  • Thermo-elastic failure simulation of 3-D orthotropic composites by XFEM
    H Pathak, RG Burela, A Singh, I VirSingh
    AIP Conference Proceedings 1648 (1) 2015
    Citations: 3

  • Asymptotically Correct Dimensional Reduction of Nonlinear Material Models
    RG Burela
    2018
    Citations: 2

  • VAM applied to dimensional reduction of nonlinear multifunctional film-fabric laminates
    A Kshirsagar, D Harursampath, RG Burela
    AIP Conference Proceedings 1648 (1) 2015
    Citations: 2

GRANT DETAILS

1. Understanding the Effect of Microstructure Evolution during Film Formation on the Properties of Bio-polymer Based Edible Films and Coatings, SERB, India, 20.4 Lakh (INR), (Co-PI)
2. High-Entropy Ceramic Coatings for High-Temperature Applications: Molecular Simulation Approach with Experimental Validation, LaFoundation, Dassault Sytemes, 7.8 Lakh (INR), (Co-PI), 27th Mar. 2023 (1-year duration)
3. Revamping efficiency of Solar Thermal System using advanced composites, LaFoundation, Dassault Systemes, 6 Lakh (INR), (Co-PI) 7th Dec. 2022 (1-year duration).
4. Startup Grant for SYmbosim, KBITS, Gov. of Karnataka, India, 25 Lakh (INR), (PI)

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Syringe Based Printer for Printing of a Patterned Thin Film of Solution Processable Organic and/or Inorganic Materials and Application in Organic Electronics
Country: India, Patent No: 202111051417, SSIA ref: 2019SNU019, Nov. 10, 2021, Status: Applied, Patentee: Aman Khatkar, Vamsi Krishna, Yogesh Yadav, Lubna Khanam, Ramesh Gupta, Samarendra

CONSULTANCY

1. Design and Optimization of Steering Knuckle via Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence utilizing Finite Element Analysis, HCL-ERS, India, 7.5 Lakh (INR), (PI)
2. Development of a Generic material module for the evaluation of effective properties of thermoplastic composites with experimental validation, HCL-ERS, India, 10 Lakh (INR), (Co-PI)

INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE

Assist. Manager, GKN CoE, Cyient Ltd., Hyderabad, India
Technical Lead, MSC Software, Symphony Ser. Pvt. Ltd, Pune, India
Sr. Consultant Engr., ARD group, ADA (DRDO), Bangalore, India

STARTUP

URDHYUTH: eVTOL (Urban Air Mobility)