Dr. XYZ  did his schooling and college at Chandigarh, India and worked as a teacher there until 2005, and then took a R&D position (2005–2006) with abc, chandigarh, India. He spent 18 months (2009–2011) in Sweden and lived nearly 6 years in United States for higher study and postdoctoral work. Presently, he is associated with Indian Institute of Technology Mandi , India.

His intention is to apply university lead esearch and development works in advanced materials and rapid manufacturing technologies (micro and nanomanufacturing). He has acquired multi-versatile research skills in surface treatment, metal forming, joining, brazing, micro-machining, and additive/rapid prototyping of similar or dissimilar metals (Al, Steel, Ti, Cu, Mg) and functionally gradient materials (Tungsten/ Nickel/Al Carbides, Oxides). In particular, he has trained in laser-based surface engineering (LSE) includes studying and synthesis of ferrous and non-ferrous alloys, ceramics, polymers, and composites. He is also interested in design, development and synthesis of high temperature superalloys, energy harvesting materials, and bio-mimicking structural materials (Mg, Ca/P). Especially, he has significant experience in mathematical coupled modeling (experimental–thermal –kinetic –parameter optimization) of LSE, micro-fabrication of hard and brittle (Al2O3, MgO) and highly reflective materials (Glass, Silicon) for automotive, medical, fuel cells, and defense applications. In addition, he has been trained to fabricate functionally gradient porosity (FGM) bio-adaptable implants (hip, knee, shoulder).

 

XYZ (Professor),

IIT MANDI

  • Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering,  Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, 2001

Dissertation title: Thermo-Kinetic Modeling and Experimental Investigations of Laser Surface Modification

Research advisor: Prof. XYZ

  • M.E., Production Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, 1994

Thesis title: Machine vision strategy to detect in near cylindrical components

Guide: Prof. XYZ

  • B.E., Mechanical Engineering, JNV University, Jodhpur, 1990

Project title: XYZ -A case study

Administrative Experience:

  1. Dean, Baddi University of Emerging Sciences and Technology, Baddi,  (Aug 2014-June 2015). Discharged the responsibility of Vice Chancellor for five months (Aug-Dec 2014)
  2. Director, Gian Jyoti Group of Institutions, Shambhukalan, Patiala (May 2010-June 2014).
  3. Director, Rayat Bahra College of Engineering and Nano Technology, Hoshiarpur (November 2008-April 2010).
  4. Coordinator (Head), Department of Distance Education, Thapar University, Patiala (2007).
  5. Co-coordinator, Department of Distance Education, Thapar University, Patiala (2006).

Professional Experience:

  1. Associate Professor at Thapar University, Patiala as Teaching, Administration, Research and Development (Five Years and Eight Months) from May 2007 to July 2008.
  2. Assistant Professor at Thapar University, Patiala as Teaching, Administration, Research and Development (Five Years and Eight Months) from December 2001 to May 2007.
  3. Lecturer at SBSCET, Ferozepur (Four years and nine months) from March 1997 to December 2001.
  4. Senior Research Fellow at IIT Roorkee for a CSIR project as Research and Teaching (Three years) from July 1994 to March 1997
  1. H.C. Garg, Vijay Kumar, (2014) "Thermohydrostatic rheological analysis of constant flow valve compensated multiple hole-entry hybrid journal bearings", Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Vol. 66 Iss: 2, pp.244 – 259
  2. Hem Chander Garg, Vijay Kumar, (2014) "Comparison of static performance characteristics of different configurations of slot-entry hybrid journal bearing operating with non-Newtonian lubricants", Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Vol. 66 Iss: 1, pp.38 – 45
  3. Verma Suresh, Vijay Kumar and Gupta K.D.(2013), “A Comparative elastohydrostatic analysis of CFV and Capillary Compensated Multi-Recess Hybrid Journal Bearing Operating with Micropolar Lubricant”, ISRN Tribology, ID 924802, 18 pages, Volume 2013.
  4. H.C. Garg, Vijay Kumar, (2013) "Thermohydrostatic rheological study of orifice compensated asymmetric hole-entry hybrid journal bearings", Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Vol. 65 Iss: 6, pp.369 – 378
  5. H.C. Garg, Vijay Kumar, (2013) "Static performance characteristics of hybrid journal bearings with plugged entry holes", Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Vol. 65 Iss: 5, pp.333 – 340.
  6. Verma Suresh, Vijay Kumar and Gupta K.D.,(2012), “Performance Analysis of Flexible Multi Recess Hydrostatic Journal Bearing Operating with Micropolar Lubricant”, Lubrication Science, Wiley, Print ISSN 0954-0075 Online ISSN: 1557-6833.
  7. Verma Suresh, Kumar Vijay and Gupta K.D.(2011), “Analysis of Capillary Compensated Hydrostatic Journal Bearing Operating with Micropolar Lubricant”, Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, Vol 63(3), 192-202.
  8. H C Garg, Vijay Kumar and H B Sharda, (2010). Performance of Slot-Entry Hybrid Journal Bearings Considering Combined Influences of Thermal Effects and Non-Newtonian Behaviour of Lubricant. Tribology International (Elsevier), 43(8):1518-1531.
  9. H C Garg and Vijay Kumar, (2010). Analysis of Thermal Effects in Capillary Compensated Hole-Entry Hybrid Journal Bearings Lubricated with Non-Newtonian Lubricant. Journal of Engineering Tribology (IMechE, Part J), 224 (4): 317-334.
  10. H.C. Garg, Vijay Kumar and H.B. Sharda (2010), A Comparative Thermal Analysis of Slot-Entry and Hole-Entry Hybrid Journal Bearing Lubricated With Non-Newtonian Lubricant”, ASME, Journal of Tribology, 132(4), 041701-11.
  1. Rajesh Sharma, Balkar Singh and Vijay Kumar,Experimental Investigation of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Microchannels” , Asian Journal of Engineering and Applied Technology, ISSN 2249-068X Vol. 2 No. 2, 2013, pp. 58-62.
  2. Balkar singh, Vijay Kumar and Sehaj Pal singh, Journal of engineering & Technolgy Education, NTTTR Chandigarh 1(1), 18-29, 2007.
  3. Balkar singh, Vijay Kumar and Sehaj Pal singh, Effect of thermal Distortion on performance of hybrid journal bearing, NTTTR Chandigarh, 1(2) 11-20, 2007.
  4. Vijay Kumar, R Duvedi, I P S Ahuja, Need to re-orient the mechanical engineering curriculum, Journal of Indian Society for Technical Education, ISTE, 2006
  5. Vijay Kumar, J K Aggarwal and S K Ghai, Performance characteristics of hole-entry hybrid journal bearing of different configurations, Institution of Engineering, 85(1), 20-28, 2004
  6. Vijay Kumar, Satish C Sharma, S C Jain and T Nagaraju, Comparative performance of hole-entry journal bearing operating with different restrictors, Institution of Engineering, 83(3), 116, 2002 .
  7. Verma Suresh, Kumar Vijay and Gupta K.D.(2012), “Influence of Land-Width Ratio on the Performance Characteristics of Hydrostatic Journal Bearing Operating with Micropolar Lubricant”, National Journal of Global Galaxy Group of Institute, 1(1), 4-10.
  1. Elements of Mechanical Engineering, Standard Pub. and Dist., 2003
  2. Machine Design Data Book, I.K. Int. Pub. House Pvt. Ltd., 2006 2e
  3. Analysis and Design of Machine Elements, K. International Pub. House, 2010.
  4. Engineering Drawing for PTU, Pearsoned Education, 2011

A Self Instruction Material for Department of Distance Education on

  1. Machine Design – I
  2. Machine Design – II
  3. Theory of Machine – I
  4. Numerical Methods

SUBJECTS TAUGHT AT UNDER GRADUATE LEVEL:

Engineering Mechanics, Strength of Materials, Kinematics of Machines, Dynamics of Machines, Machine Design-I, Machine Design-II, Mechanical Vibrations, Mechatronics, Machine Tool Design.

 

SUBJECTS TAUGHT AT PG LEVEL:

Finite Element Methods, Mechanism Design, Composite Mechanics

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Title

Name of Candidate

Co-Guide

1

Study of Thermal Effects in Non Recessed Hybrid Journal Bearing with non-Newtonian Lubricant

H C Garg

Chairman, Department of Mech. Engg.

GJU, Hissar

H.B. Sharda

SBSCET, Ferozepur

2

Nonlinear transient analysis of flexible non-recessed hybrid journal bearing using finite element modeling

Balkar Singh

Deputy Dean, PTU, Jalandhar

Dr. Sehijpal Singh

GNE, Ludhiana

3

Performance Characteristics of Flexible Hydrostatic Journal Bearing Operating with Micro-polar Lubricants

Suresh Verma

Assoc. Prof, Department of Mechanical Engg

DCR University of Science and Technology, Murthal, Sonepat

Dr. K. D. Gupta

Professor, Department of Mechanical Engg

DCR University of Science and Technology, Murthal, Sonepat

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Title

Name of Candidate

1

Approximate Thermal Analysis of Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing

Anil Mahto

2

Study of Performance Characteristics of Hole-entry Hybrid Journal Bearing of Different Configurations

Jatinder Aggarwal

3

Thermohydrostatic Analysis of Hole-entry Hybrid Journal Bearing

Balkar Singh

4

Stress Analysis of Nearly Incompressible Material
Under Static and Dynamic Loading

Deepak Jain

5

Modeling of Progressive Damage in Composite Plate using Finite Element Method

Gagandeep Singh

6

Thermal Stress Analysis of Steam Turbine Inner-Inner LP Casing

Praneet Gupta

7

Modeling and Analysis of Hybrid Journal Bearing for Non-Newtonian Lubricants

Ravinder Diwedi

8

Progressive Damage of Orthotropic Structures

Sunil Kumar

9

Stress Analysis using Element Free Galerkin Method

Deepak Sehagal

10

Investigation of Damaged Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites in 3-Point Bending

Kamal Sethi

11

Effect of Bearing Geometric Parameters on Performance of Hybrid Journal Bearing

Madhvender Singh

12

Analysis of a Carbide Insert for Flank Wear Monitoring during Turning using FEM

Gagnesh Sharma

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