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Dr. Ajith Kumar R.

Professor, Mechanical Engineering, School of Engineering, Amritapuri

Qualification: B-Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D
r_ajithkumar@am.amrita.edu
Research Interest: Fluid Structure Interaction, Shear Layer Instability, Turbomachinery, Vortex Flows

Bio

Dr. Ajith Kumar R. currently serves as Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Amrita School of Engineering, Amritapuri. Dr. Ajith Kumar received his Ph. D. from IIT, Madras. He pursued his post-doctoral researches at Kyungpook National University, South Korea and University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Publications

Journal Article

Year : 2013

Enhancement of flow-induced motion of rigid circular cylinder on springs by localized surface roughness at 3$times$ 10 4≤ Re≤ 1.2$times$ 10 5

Cite this Research Publication : H. Park, R Kumar, A., and Bernitsas, M. M., “Enhancement of flow-induced motion of rigid circular cylinder on springs by localized surface roughness at 3$\times$ 10 4≤ Re≤ 1.2$\times$ 10 5”, Ocean Engineering, vol. 72, pp. 403–415, 2013.

Publisher : Ocean Engineering

Year : 2012

Selective Roughness in the Boundary Layer to Suppress Flow-Induced Motions of Circular Cylinder at 30,000

Cite this Research Publication : Ha Park, Bernitsas, M. Mab, and Kumar, Rbc Ajith, “Selective Roughness in the Boundary Layer to Suppress Flow-Induced Motions of Circular Cylinder at 30,000

Publisher : Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering

Year : 2011

VIV and galloping of single circular cylinder with surface roughness at 3.0×10 4≤Re≤1.2×10 5

Cite this Research Publication : C. - Ca Chang, Kumar, Rab Ajith, and Bernitsas, M. Mac, “VIV and galloping of single circular cylinder with surface roughness at 3.0×10 4≤Re≤1.2×10 5”, Ocean Engineering, vol. 38, pp. 1713-1732, 2011.

Publisher : Ocean Engineering

Year : 2009

Safety analysis on a vibrating prismatic body: A data-mining approach

Cite this Research Publication : Va Sugumaran, Kumar, Rab Ajith, Gowda, B. H. Lb, and Sohn, C. Hb, “Safety analysis on a vibrating prismatic body: A data-mining approach”, Expert Systems with Applications, vol. 36, pp. 6605-6612, 2009.

Publisher : Expert Systems with Applications

Conference Paper

Year : 2011

Multi-cylinder Flow-Induced Motions: Enhancement by Passive Turubulence Control at 28,000Re120,000

Cite this Research Publication : E. Sa Kim, Bernitsas, M. Mbc, and Kumar, R. Abd, “Multi-cylinder Flow-Induced Motions: Enhancement by Passive Turubulence Control at 28,000

Publisher : Proceedings of the International Conference on Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering - OMAE

Year : 2011

Selective roughness in the boundary layer to suppress flow-induced motions of circular cylinder at 30,000

Cite this Research Publication : Ha Park, Bernitsas, M. Mab c, and Kumar, R. Abd, “Selective roughness in the boundary layer to suppress flow-induced motions of circular cylinder at 30,000

Publisher : OMAE

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