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Dr. Dhiraj K. Mahajan
Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
School of Mechanical Materials & Energy Engineering
Room No. 322, Academic Block, IIT Ropar,
Nangal Road, Rupnagar 140001, Punjab, India.
Tel: +91-1881-242244
Fax: +91-1881-223395
E-mail: dhiraj.mahajan[at]iitrpr[dot]ac[dot]in
Web: http://www.iitrpr.ac.in/smmee/dhiraj
Laboratory: Ropar Mechanics of Materials Laboratory
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People associated with RMML work either with metallic materials or polymeric materials, based on which they are associated with one of the two sub teams of RMML as mentioned below:
Team Metallic @ RMML

 Name      Association with RMML from:
 Type of association
with RMML
 Kishan Govind
(B.Tech Student)
 May 2014
 Kishan is working on the UMAT based implementation of crystal plasticity model in Abaqus and its coupling with hydrogen transport model in order to model the behavior of metallic material under hydrogen environment.
 Rajwinder Singh
(PhD Student)
 August 2014
 Rajwinder is working on his PhD that involves  experimental studies on hydrogen embrittlement of metals and on short crack initiation in low-alloy steels under cyclic loading. 
 Vishal Gupta
(B.Tech Student)
August 2014
Vishal as an enthusiastic learner is working on the topic of DFT based modeling of grain boundary effects on hydrogen embrittlement of pure Nickel.
 Rakesh Kumar (PhD Student)
 January 2015
 Rakesh is working on his PhD dealing with computational modeling of the effect of microstructure on fatigue crack initiation in metals under hydrogen environment.
 Randhir Swarnkar
(BTech Student)

 May 2015
Randhir is basically involved in setting up electrochemical methods for measuring dissolved hydrogen in metals. His ambitious work plan also involves making an in-house "Devanathan–Stachurski" cell for performing hydrogen permeation experiments in thin metallic films.
 Prasoon Ratnam
(BTech Student)
 May 2015 Prasoon is involved in experimental fatigue studies and has been developing an in-house electro-chemical polisher  for fatigue samples.







Team Polymeric @ RMML


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