prof. dr. t prakash g. thamburaja

pensyarah universiti

jabatan kejuruteraan mekanikal & pembuatan

 p.thamburaja@ukm.edu.my

No. sambungan :  8375

No. rasmi:
UKM : 03 8921 5555



   Biografi/ Biography :

  • PENSYARAH UNIVERSITI

  • surja deka, ashis mallick, pratyush p. behera, and prakash thamburaja.  (2021).  thermal stresses in a functionally graded rotating disk: an approximate closed form solution.  - journal of thermal stresses.  20-50. 

     

    f mozafari, p thamburaja, n moslemi, a srinivasa.  (2021).  finite-element simulation of multi-axial fatigue loading in metals based on a novel experimentally-validated microplastic hysteresis-tracking method.  - finite elements in analysis and design.  1-20. 

     

    roslinda idris, shahrum abdullah, prakash thamburaja and mohd zaidi omar.  (2020).  prediction of fatigue crack growth rate based on entropy generation.  - entropy.  1-22. 

     

    sarah kamaludin, prakash thamburaja, arun srinivasa and junuthula n reddy.  (2020).  numerical simulations of damage and fracture in viscoelastic solids using a nonlocal fracture criterion.  - mechanics of advanced materials and structures.  1085-1097. 

     

    f mozafari, p thamburaja, a srinivasa, s abdullah.  (2020).  fatigue life prediction under variable amplitude loading using a microplasticity-based constitutive model.  - international journal of fatigue.  1-11. 

     

    surja deka, ashis mallick, pratyush p. behera, and prakash thamburaja.  (2021).  thermal stresses in a functionally graded rotating disk: an approximate closed form solution.  - journal of thermal stresses.  20-50. 

     

    f mozafari, p thamburaja, n moslemi, a srinivasa.  (2021).  finite-element simulation of multi-axial fatigue loading in metals based on a novel experimentally-validated microplastic hysteresis-tracking method.  - finite elements in analysis and design.  1-20. 

     

    roslinda idris, shahrum abdullah, prakash thamburaja and mohd zaidi omar.  (2020).  prediction of fatigue crack growth rate based on entropy generation.  - entropy.  1-22. 

     

    sarah kamaludin, prakash thamburaja, arun srinivasa and junuthula n reddy.  (2020).  numerical simulations of damage and fracture in viscoelastic solids using a nonlocal fracture criterion.  - mechanics of advanced materials and structures.  1085-1097. 

     

    f mozafari, p thamburaja, a srinivasa, s abdullah.  (2020).  fatigue life prediction under variable amplitude loading using a microplasticity-based constitutive model.  - international journal of fatigue.  1-11. 

     

    r. idris, s. abdullah, p. thamburaja, m. z. omar.  (2018).  entropy-based approach for fatigue crack growth rate of dual-phase steel.  - international journal of integrated engineering. 

     

    roslinda idris, shahrum abdullah, prakash thamburaja, mohd zaidi omar.  (2018).  the need to generate entropy characteristics for fatigue life prediction in low-carbon steel.  - journal of the brazilian society of mechanical sciences and engineering. 

     

    r idris, s abdullah, p thamburaja and mz omar.  (2017).  evaluation of fatigue crack growth rate for iron-carbon metals based on degradation-entropy generation theorem.  - journal of fundamental and applied sciences.  526-541. 

     

    ah sakhaei, km lim and p thamburaja.  (2013).  a link between the phenomenological and physical modelling of transformation-induced plasticity.  - proceedings of the 12th international conference on computational plasticity-fundamentals and applications (complas 2013). 

     

    ah sakhaei, km lim and p thamburaja.  (2013).  a link between the phenomenological and physical modelling of transformation-induced plasticity.  - proceedings of the 12th international conference on computational plasticity-fundamentals and applications (complas 2013). 

     

    t prakash g. thamburaja.  (2019).  the intelligent design of microstructure in polysilicon thin film solar cells via a combined theoretical-computational-experimental approach.  - 1-7. 

     

    t prakash g. thamburaja.  (2015).  advancing novel aerospace materials.  -