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Dr.Β  Chandra Maurya | Ferrofluids Award | Best Researcher Award

Post-Doctoral Fellow, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

Dr. Chandra Maurya, a Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India, has been honored with the prestigious Ferrofluids Award for his groundbreaking research in the field. πŸ† His relentless pursuit of excellence and innovative contributions have earned him the title of Best Researcher. πŸŽ‰ Dr. Maurya’s work in ferrofluids has not only expanded the frontiers of scientific knowledge but also holds promise for diverse applications, from engineering to biomedical sciences. πŸ§ͺ His dedication to pushing the boundaries of understanding in his field is truly commendable, inspiring the next generation of researchers to strive for excellence.

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Work Experience

As an Institute Postdoctoral Fellow at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Dr. Chandra Maurya’s research spans diverse areas within mechanical engineering, particularly focusing on novel applications of magnetic fields. 🧲 His work delves into the intricate dynamics of blood flow regulation in coronary artery stenosis, employing advanced viscoelastic fluid models to explore the effects of magnetic fields. Additionally, he investigates innovative approaches to drug delivery using magnetic particles. 🩺 In another aspect of his research, Dr. Maurya conducts transient analysis of temperature and soot particle growth in non-premixed methane diffusion flames, shedding light on combustion processes essential for various industrial applications. 🌟

Education

Dr. Chandra Maurya is a highly accomplished researcher with a strong academic background in mechanical engineering. πŸŽ“ He obtained his Ph.D. from IIT Patna, Bihar, where his thesis focused on the study of Magneto-Induced Rheological and Viscoelastic Properties of Highly Stable Water-Based Magnetorheological Fluids. Under the guidance of Dr. Chiranjit Sarkar and Dr. Sandip Khan, he made significant contributions to this field. Prior to his Ph.D., he completed his M.Tech. in CAD/CAM from NIT Hamirpur, Himachal Pradesh, and his B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. 🌟

Research Experience

During his Master’s research from 2016 to 2018, Dr. Chandra Maurya delved into the intricate realm of Fracture Mechanics, particularly focusing on the modeling of crack propagation. πŸ› οΈ Employing MATLAB and Microsoft Office tools, he explored the critical aspect of crack growth in functionally graded materials, utilizing the Extended Finite Element Method (XFEM). His work involved modeling thermoelastic loading, specifically thermal stress, in homogeneous materials. Through rigorous analysis, he investigated the influence of strong and weak discontinuities on isothermal cracks, contributing valuable insights to the understanding of fracture mechanics in complex material systems. 🌟

Publications Top Notes

Characterization of highly stable water-based magnetorheological gel using OPTIGEL-WX as an additive: The study of magneto-induced rheological and viscoelastic properties

Year: 2022

Citation: Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Volume 110, Pages 137–149

Dynamic and creep and recovery performance of Fe3O4 nanoparticle and carbonyl iron microparticle water-based magnetorheological fluid

Year: 2022

Citation: Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, Volume 33(6), Pages 743–755

Rheological and creep and recovery behavior of carbonyl iron water-based magnetorheological gel using laponite as an additive and oleic acid as a surfactant

Year: 2022

Citation: Rheologica Acta, Volume 61(2), Pages 99–110

Field-Induced Viscoelastic and Creep and Recovery Behavior of Water-Based MR Fluids Using Bentonite and Oleic Acid as an Additive

Year: 2022

Citation: Materials Science Forum, Volume 1060 MSF, Pages 141–146

Synthesis and characterization of novel flake-shaped carbonyl iron and water-based magnetorheological fluids using laponite and oleic acid with enhanced sedimentation stability

Year: 2021

Citation: Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, Volume 32(14), Pages 1624–1639

Rheological response of soft flake-shaped carbonyl iron water-based MR fluid containing iron nanopowder with hydrophilic carbon shell

Year: 2021

Citation: Rheologica Acta, Volume 60(5), Pages 277–290

Effect of FeO Nanoparticles on Magnetorheological Properties of Flake-Shaped Carbonyl Iron Water-Based Suspension

Year: 2020

Citation: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume 56(12), Article Number: 9224933

Magnetic and Transient Temperature Field Simulation of Plate-Plate Magnetorheometer Using Finite-Element Method

Year: 2020

Citation: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Volume 56(4), Article Number: 8961179

 

 

 

 

 

Chandra Maurya | Ferrofluids Award | Best Researcher Award

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