Asst. Professor, Mechanical, School of Engineering, Coimbatore
Unnikrishnan D, has a B.Tech Degree in Mechanical Engineeirng (University of Calicut) and M.Tech in Engineering Design (Mechanical Engineering) (Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Deemed to be university). After Masters he was placed in several MNCs, but choose teaching as a career because of his passion to help people learn and understand new concepts. His academic areas of interest are Solid mechanics, Fluid Mechanics, Computational Mechanics and Polymer Tribology. He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore (Par-time) in wind turbine performance predictions and improvement. He is passionate about Photography, Videography and travelling. He is born to Mr. & Mrs. SathiDivakaran from Palakkad.
2007 - 09 : M.Tech. Engineering Design
Institution : Amrita School of Engineering
University : Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
2003 - 07 : B.Tech. Mechanical Engineering
Institution : K.M.C.T. College of Engineering
University : Calicut University
November 01, 2010 - Present:
Assistant Professor Sr.Gr.
Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham
January 07, 2010 - October 22, 2010:
S.C.M.S. School of Engineering
July 01, 2009 - January 05, 2010:
AdiShankara Institute of Engineering and Technology
Participated in Two Weeks workshop on Engineering Mechanics (IIT Bombay) Duration : November 26, 2013 to December 6, 2013
Participated in Fourth Summer School In Tribology Organised by : Indian Oil Institute of Petroleum Management Duration : June 24, 2012 to June 29, 2012
Participated in Mathematical Modelling and applications to Industrial Problems (N.I.T. Calicut) Duration : March 28, 2011 to March 31, 2011
Publication Type: Conference Proceedings
Year of Publication
P. Deepak, V. M. Latheesh, A. Sumesh, Unnikrishnan D., and A. Santhakumari, “A Finite Element Analysis of Dissimilar Materials Diffusion Bonded Joints”, ICMMM2017. Materials Today: Proceedings, VIT, Vellore campus, India, pp. 12484-12489, 2018.
A. R. Krishna, A. Arun, Unnikrishnan D., and K.V. Shankar, “An Investigation on the Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Alloy A356 on the Addition of WC”, ICMMM2017, vol. 5. Materials Today: Proceedings, VIT, Vellore campus, India, pp. 12349-12355, 2018.[Abstract]
A. A., Rameshkumar, K., Unnikrishnan D., and A. Sumesh, “Tool Condition Monitoring of Cylindrical Grinding Process Using Acoustic Emission Sensor”, ICMMM2017. Materials Today: Proceedings, VIT, Vellore campus, India, pp. 11888-11899, 2017.
Publication Type: Journal Article
Year of Publication
P. Deepak, V. M. Latheesh, A. Sumesh, Unnikrishnan D., and A. Santhakumari, “A Finite Element Analysis of Dissimilar Materials Diffusion Bonded Joints”, Materials Today: Proceedings, vol. 5, pp. 12484-12489, 2018.[Abstract]
Diffusion bonding is one of the solid state joining process, in which two clean metallic surfaces intended for joining were brought into contact at elevated temperatures under optimum pressure. In this work, an attempt is made to study the analysis and simulation of the two dissimilar materials Titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V) and Stainless Steel (SS304) which is having a wide application in the area of aerospace. Structural analysis was carried out to determine the equivalent stress, elongation and total deformation of the welded joint. Explicit Dynamics analysis using Ansys was used to predict the strength of Ti-6Al-4V/SS304 diffusion bonded joint. The result indicates that Equivalent stress is attained at 1.393GPa and total deformation is 0.00275m obtained at a time 0.000041seconds. The analysis shows that the fracture occurs in the region of titanium alloy and not in the region of HAZ.