Qualification: 
Ph.D, M.Tech
gb_veeresh@blr.amrita.edu

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B. currently serves as Associate Professor at the department of Mechanical Engineering, Amrita School of Engineering, Bengaluru campus. His areas of research include Material Science and Metallurgy, Composite Materials, Artificial Neural Networks.  He pursued his Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Telangana State in 2012.

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B. is specialized in the field of Fabrication and Evaluation of Physical, Mechanical, and Tribological Characterization of Metal Matrix Composites with professional experience in disciplines of Material Science and Metallurgy, Composite Materials, Manufacturing Technology, Production Management and Artificial Neural Networks. He has 12 years of working experience in well-established academic institutions. Till date he has published 40 research articles in various national and international conferences and journals. Further delivered expert lectures on the above mentioned topics.

Qualification 

Ph. D. in Mechanical Engineering from National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Telangana State in 2012.

Publications

Publication Type: Conference Paper

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2015

Conference Paper

P. R. and Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., “Influence of WC Particulate Reinforcement on the Mechanical Properties and Sliding wear of Al6061 Alloys”, in International Conference on Mechanical and Manufacturing (ICMME 2015), 2015.

2014

Conference Paper

P. R. and Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., “Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting the Tribological Behaviour of Al7075-SiC Metal Matrix Composites”, in International Conference on Advances in Engineering and Technology, 2014.

2012

Conference Paper

S. N., Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., and C.S.P., R., “Prediction on Wear of Al7075-Al2O3 MMCs using Artificial Neural Networks”, in International Conference Advances In Mechanical, Manufacturing and Building Sciences, 2012.

2011

Conference Paper

R. A., Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., and A.R.K., S., “Combined effect of T6 heat treatment and reinforcements on tribological properties in Al6061/WC /Gr metal matrix hybrid composites”, in Joint International Conference on Advanced Materials (ICAM 2011), 2011.

2011

Conference Paper

R. A., Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., and A.R.K., S., “Mechanical& Tribological Properties of Al6061-Tungsten Carbide-Graphite Hybrid Metal Matrix Composites”, in Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering (INCRAME 2011), 2011.

2011

Conference Paper

S. N., Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., and C.S.P., R., “Synthesis and Property Evaluation of Al7075-Al2O3 Composites”, in International Conference on Smart Technologies for Materials, Communication, Controls, Computing and Energy (ICST 2011), 2011.

2011

Conference Paper

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Srikanth, S., and , “Experimental Investigation of Properties of Al6061-Al2O3 MMCs”, in National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (AIM Engg 2011), 2011.

2011

Conference Paper

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Shekar, S., and , “Experimental Investigation of Properties of Al6061-SiC MMCs”, in National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (AIM Engg 2011), 2011.

2011

Conference Paper

N. Selvaraj, Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., and C.S.P., R., “Theoretical Prediction of Tribological Properties of Al6061-SiC Composites”, in National Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering (AIM Engg 2011), 2011.

Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Publication Type Title

2014

Journal Article

P. R. and Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., “Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting the Tribological Behavior of Al 7075 - SiC Metal Matrix Composites”, Journal of Material Science & Engineering, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 06-11, 2014.

2012

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Swamy, A. R. Kbc, and Ramesha, Ad, “Studies on properties of as-cast Al6061-WC-Gr hybrid MMCs”, Journal of Composite Materials, vol. 46, pp. 2111-2122, 2012.[Abstract]


Aluminum (Al) alloys started replacing cast iron and bronze alloys in the manufacture of wear-resistant parts and are materials of interest owing to their low density, higher strength to weight ratio, which is an additional advantage in aerospace, marine and automotive applications. Al-metal matrix composite (MMC) materials are very much popular due to the reason that these composites possess good mechanical properties and higher wear resistance. This article is aimed to present the experimental results of microstructure, hardness, tensile, yield and compression strength, percentagage elongation, volumetric wear loss, and wear rate of Al6061-Tungsten Carbide (WC)-Graphite (Gr) reinforced hybrid MMCs. The composites were prepared using the liquid metallurgy technique, in which 0 to 4 wt% of WC particulates were dispersed into the matrix alloy in steps of 1 wt% by maintaining the Gr to 4 wt% constant. The experimental results indicate that the density of the hybrid-MMCs increases with increased WC content and further, agree to the values obtained through the rule of mixtures. The physical, mechanical and the tribological properties of the Al6061-WC-Gr hybrid MMCs were found to increase with increased WC content in the matrix at the cost of reduced ductility. The WC and Gr reinforcements contributed significantly in improving the wear resistance of Al6061-WC-Gr hybrid MMCs. © 2011 The Author(s).

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2012

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Rao, C. S. Pb, and Selvaraj, Nb, “Mechanical and dry sliding wear behavior of Al7075 alloy-reinforced with SiC particles”, Journal of Composite Materials, vol. 46, pp. 1201-1209, 2012.[Abstract]


<p>In this article, the experimental results of the mechanical and tribological properties of Al7075-SiC composites are presented. The composites of Al7075 containing 2-6 wt% SiC were fabricated by liquid metallurgy route. The experimental results showed that the density of the composites increase with increased SiC contents and are in line with the values obtained by the rule of mixtures. The hardness and tensile strength of the Al7075-SiC composites are found to be increased by increased volume percentage of ceramic phase at the cost of reduced ductility. The wear properties of the composites containing SiC exhibited the superior wear-resistance properties. © The Author(s) 2011 Reprints and permissions: sagepub.co.uk/journalsPermissions.nav.</p>

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2012

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Rao, C. S. P., and Selvaraj, N., “Studies on mechanical and dry sliding wear of Al6061-SiC composites”, Composites Part B: Engineering, vol. 43, pp. 1185-1191, 2012.[Abstract]


Particulate reinforced Al-MMCs exhibits better mechanical properties and improved wear resistance over other conventional alloys. In the present paper, the experimental results of the mechanical and tribological properties of Al6061-SiC composites are presented. The composites of Al6061 containing 2-6 wt% SiC were prepared using liquid metallurgy route. The experimental results showed that the density of the composites increase with increased SiC content and agrees with the values obtained through the rule of mixtures. The hardness and ultimate tensile strength of Al6061-SiC composites were found to increase with increased SiC content in the matrix at the cost of reduced ductility. The wear properties of the composites containing SiC were superior to that of the matrix material. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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2011

Journal Article

A. R. K. Swamy, Ramesha, A., Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., and Prakash, J. N., “Effect of particulate reinforcements on the mechanical properties of Al6061-WC and Al6061-Gr MMCs”, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, vol. 10, no. 12, pp. 1141-1152, 2011.[Abstract]


This paper presents the comparative study of the mechanical properties of Al6061-Tungsten carbide composites containing Tungsten carbide (WC) particulate, and Al6061-graphite particulate composites containing graphite particles. The reinforcing particulates in the MMCs vary from 0% to 4% by weight. The 'vortex method' of production was employed to fabricate the composites, in which the reinforcements were poured into the vortex created by stirring the molten metal by means of a mechanical agitator. The composites so produced were subjected to a series of tests. The results of this study revealed that as the Tungsten carbide particle content was increased, there were significant increases in the ultimate tensile strength, hardness and Young's modulus, accompanied by a reduction in its ductility. There was, however, only a very marginal increase in the compressive strength, where as in graphite reinforced composites as the graphite content was increased, there were significant reduction in hardness and monotonic increases in the ductility, ultimate tensile strength (UTS), compressive strength and Young's modulus of the composite, An attempt is made in the paper to provide explanations for these phenomena. More »»

2011

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Rao, C. S. P., and Selvaraj, N., “Mechanical and dry sliding wear behaviour of Al7075 alloy-reinforced with SiC particles”, Journal of Composite Materials, vol. 46, no. 10, pp. 1201-1209, 2011.[Abstract]


In this article, the experimental results of the mechanical and tribological properties of Al7075–SiC composites are presented. The composites of Al7075 containing 2–6 wt% SiC were fabricated by liquid metallurgy route. The experimental results showed that the density of the composites increase with increased SiC contents and are in line with the values obtained by the rule of mixtures. The hardness and tensile strength of the Al7075–SiC composites are found to be increased by increased volume percentage of ceramic phase at the cost of reduced ductility. The wear properties of the composites containing SiC exhibited the superior wear-resistance properties. More »»

2011

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., G.R.C., P., and A., R., “Studies on Mechanical Properties of Al6063-SiC Composites”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering & Applications, vol. 1, 2011.

2010

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., Rao, C. S. P., and Selvaraj, N., “Mechanical and tribological behavior of particulate reinforced aluminum metal matrix composites–a review”, Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, USA, vol. 10, no. 01, pp. 59-91, 2010.[Abstract]


Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites (MMCs) sought over other conventional materials in the field of aerospace, automotive and marine applications owing to their excellent improved properties. These materials are of much interest to the researchers from few decades. These composites initially replaced Cast Iron and Bronze alloys but owing to their poor wear and seizure resistance, they were subjected to many experiments and the wear behavior of these composites were explored to a maximum extent and were reported by number of research scholars for the past 25 years. In this paper an attempt has been made to consolidate some of the aspects of mechanical and wear behavior of Al-MMCs and the prediction of the Mechanical and Tribological properties of Aluminum MMCs More »»

2010

Journal Article

Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B. and G.R.C., P., “Effect of SiC Particulate Reinforcement in Al7075 Alloy”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Applications in Engineering, Technology and Sciences, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 148-152, 2010.

2010

Journal Article

N. Selvaraj, Dr. Veeresh Kumar G. B., C.S.P., R., and Bhagyashekar, M. S., “Effect of SiC Reinforcement in Al6061 Alloy”, International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Applications in Engineering, Technology and Sciences, vol. 3, no. 1, 2010.

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