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Dr. Nilanjan Mallik
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT (BHU)
nmallik.mec@iitbhu.ac.in
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Area of Interest: 
Smart Materials and Structures including Nanostructures, Mechatronics, Dynamics & Control, FEM, Composites, Vibration Damping, Energy Harvesting Technologies, Micromechanics, Piezoelectrics including non-linear behavior, Structural Health Monitoring, Optical Fiber Sensing, Shape Memory Alloys, ER/MR

International Journal

S. No.

Author(s)

Year

Title

Complete Reference of Journal

1

Yahya M. M., Mallik N. and Chakrabarty I.

2015

Low cycle fatigue behavior of AA6063 aluminium alloy at room temperature

IJETAE, vol. 5 (12), Dec. 2015, pp. 100 – 108.

2

Yahya M. M., Mallik N. and Chakrabarty I.

2015

Life prediction of low cycle fatigue behavior in rotating cantilever beam of Al-alloy AA 6063-T6 at room temperature

IJETAE, vol. 5 (11), Nov. 2015, pp. 95 – 103.

3

Yahya M. M., Mallik N.

2012

Low cycle fatigue failure of composite materials/aluminium alloys at different heat treatments/processes-a review

IJSER, vol. 3 (6), June 2012, pp. 1 – 5.

4

Mallik N.,

 et. al.

2009

Study on carbon nanotube spun thread as piezoresistive sensor element

Advanced Materials Research Journal, vol. 67 (2009), pp. 155-160.

5

Schulz, M. J., Mallik, N.

 et. al.

2008

Responsive nanomaterials for engineering asset evaluation and condition monitoring.

Insight-Nondestructive Testing and Condition Monitoring, August 2008, vol. 50, no. 8, pp. 436-449.

6

Mallik, N.

2005

Shear lag micro mechanics model for effective properties of piezoelectric composites.

AIAA Journal, vol. 43, No. 12, pp. 2617-2623.

7

Mallik N., Ray M. C.

2005

Exact Solutions For Static Analysis of Smart Structures With a Layer of Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites

International Journal of Mechanics and Materials in Design, 2005, vol. 2, pp. 81-97.

8

Ray M. C., Mallik N.

2005

Performance of Smart Damping Treatment using Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites

AIAA Journal, vol. 43, no. 1, January 2005, pp. 184-193.

9

Ray M. C., Mallik N.

2004

Active Control of Laminated Composite Beams Using Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composite Layer

Smart Materials and Structures, vol. 13, 2004, pp.146-152.

10

Ray M. C., Mallik N.

2004

Finite Element Solutions for Static Analysis of Smart Structures with a Layer of Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites

AIAA Journal, vol. 42, no. 7, 2004, pp. 1398-1405.

11

Mallik N., Ray M. C.

2003

Effective Coefficients of Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites

AIAA Journal, Volume 41, Number 4, 2003, pp. 704-710.

 

Conference proceedings

S.No.

Author(s)

Year

Title

Name and Place of Conference

1

Mallik N. and Singh S.

2017

Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) of Structures by Electromechanical Impedance (EMI) Technique using Nonlinear Material Model of

Piezoelectric Medium

VIII ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Smart Structures and Materials SMART 2017, At Madrid, Spain.

2

Mallik N., Wali A. S. and Kuri N.

2016

Damage location identification through neural network learning from optical fiber signal for structural health monitoring

In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Mechatronics and Control Engineering (ICMCE '16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 157-161.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3036932.3036937

3

Mazin Mahmood Yahya and Mallik N.

2012

Micro mechanics failure models of aluminium based metal matrix composites

3rd Asian Conference on Mechanics of Functional Materials and Structures, IIT Delhi, Delhi, India, 5-8 December, 2012, pp. 889-892.

4

Mazin Mahmood Yahya, Mallik N. and Maiti P.

2012

Study of hardening and softening of medium strength aluminium alloy 7020 at different heat treatment process

ICAM, IIT (BHU), Varanasi, India, December, 2012, pp. 332-335.

5

Mallik N.

2011

A study on piezoelectric MEMS energy harvesting devices

Proceedings of the National Workshop on Recent Advances in Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems, RAMEMS-2011, March 07-09, 2011, MEMS Design Center (under NPMASS), Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005, UP, India, pp. 133-137.

6

Mallik N.

2011

Crack sensing capabilities of smart cantilever structures

Proceedings of the National conference on recent advances in civil engineering, RACE-2011, October 14-16, 2011, Department of Civil Engineering, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005, UP, India, pp. 355-359.

7

V. Shanov, N. Mallik, et. Al.

2008

Advances in synthesis and application of Carbon Nanotube Materials

Nano-Materials for Electronic and Multifunctional Applications, Material Science and Technology 2008, October 5 – 9, 2008, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U. S. A., pp. 2253-2280.

8

Mallik N. et. Al.

2008

Fabrication of threads from Carbon nano-tube arrays.

Processing and Fabrication of Advanced Materials: XVII, December 15-17, New Delhi, India, 2008, vol. 2, pp. 538-551.

9

Mallik N., Mark J. Schulz, et. Al.

2008

Nano scale materials for engineering and medicine

Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference on Smart Structures and NDE 2008, San Diego, USA, Keynote Paper, Proc. of SPIE Vol. 6931, pp. 1-15.

10

Mallik, N.

2005

Space release and deployment mechanisms using shape memory alloys.

Proceedings of the 5th National seminar and exhibition on aerospace and related mechanisms. Page 307-316.

11

Mallik N., Ray M. C.

2003

Exact Solutions for Static Analysis of Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites (PFRC) Integrated Sandwich Plates

NaCoMM-2003, 18-19 December, IIT-Delhi.

12

Mallik N.

2003

Prediction of Effective Coefficients of Piezoelectric Short Fiber Composites

Proceedings of the 48th Congress of ISTAM, BIT-Mesra, India, 18-21 December 2003, pp. 20-26.

13

Ray, M. C. and Mallik, N.

2002

Analysis of Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites as New Smart Materials for Active Control of Flexible Structures.

Proceedings of SPIE, vol. 4934, 2002, pp.1-11.

Papers presented in conferences but not published:

S.No.

Author(s)

Year

Title

Name and Place of Conference

1

Mallik N. and Nishant Kumar Singh

2012

Effective coefficients of shape memory alloy fiber reinforced composites (SMAFRC)

57th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Defense Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune 411025, Maharashtra, India, 17-20 December, 2012.

2

Mallik N. and Sanjeev Singh

2012

Effective coefficients of piezoelectric particulate composites using Eshelby tensor method

57th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Defense Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune 411025, Maharashtra, India, 17-20 December, 2012.

3

Mallik N. and Pawan Kumar

2012

Effective coefficients of angular piezoelectric fiber reinforced composites (PFRC)

57th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Defense Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune 411025, Maharashtra, India, 17-20 December, 2012.

4

Mallik N.

2011

Molecular dynamics simulation for solving nanomechanics problems

Proceedings of the National Seminar on recent trends in condensed matter physics, RTCMP-2011, March 05-06, 2011, Department of Applied Physics, Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi 221005, UP, India, Poster no. P-12, pp. 29.

5

Mallik N.

2008

Enhancing Efficiency of Photovoltaic Module through Nanotechnology

Energy Asia 2008.

6

Mallik N. et. Al.

2008

Study on Carbon Nanotube Spun Thread as Piezoresistive Sensor Element

NADPA 2008.

7

Mallik N., Vesselin Shanov, Mark J. Schulz, et. Al.

2008

Carbon Nanotube Thread for Multifunctional Structures

5th International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies, CM 2008/ MFPT 2008, 16 – 18 July 2008, Edinburgh, Scotland, Keynote Paper.

8

Mallik, N.

2002

Prediction of Effective Coefficients of Piezoelectric Fiber Reinforced Composites Using Method of Cells

Award Session of 47th Congress of ISTAM, IIT-Guwahati, India, December 2002.

9

Mallik N., Ray M. C.

2002

Piezoelectric fiber reinforced composites as actuators in flexible intelligent systems.

9th National Symposium on Recent Trends in Engineering, REC Rourkela, November, 2002.

Books and book chapters:

S. No.

Author(s)/Co-author(s)

Year

Title

Complete Reference of Journal

1

Mallik N. et. al.

2015

GATE Mentor: Mechanical Engineering

Cengage learning

2

Mallik N.,

 et. al.

2011

Chapter 3: Carbon nanotube spun thread”, Carbon nanotube based nanocomposites: recent developments

Editors: Kamal K. Kar, A. Hodzic, Research Publishing, Singapore, 2011.

3

Nash,

Mallik

2009

Adapted Schaum’s outline series of Strength of Materials by Nash as per Indian syllabus, 4th Revised Edition

McGraw Hill Education pvt. Ltd.

4

Schulz, M. J., Yun, Y. -H., Shanov, V. N., Maheshwari, G., Mallik, N., Abot, J., Yarmolenko, S. and Sankar, J.

2008

Chapter 16: Carbon nanotube based smart materials, in Carbon Nanotubes: Synthesis, Properties and Applications

Edited by M. Umeno and P. R. Somani, Applied Science Innovations Pvt. Ltd., India, 2008.

5

Schulz, M. J., Yun, Y. -H., Shanov, V. N., Maheshwari, G., Mallik, N., Abot, J., Yarmolenko, S. and Sankar, J.

2008

Chapter 9: Carbon nanotube array based smart materials, in Carbon Nanotubes: Multifunctional Materials

Edited by M. Umeno and P. R. Somani, Applied Science Innovations Pvt. Ltd., India, 2008.

6

Beer and Johnston,

Mallik

2007

SI metricated Engineering Mechanics by Beer and Johnston

McGraw Hill Education India Pvt. Ltd.

7

Nash, Mallik N.

2005

Adapted Schaum’s outline series of Strength of Materials by Nash as per Indian syllabus, 4th Edition

McGraw Hill Education India Pvt. Ltd.

Sponsored Research and Consultancy:

Sl.

No.

Project Name

Principal Investigator and Co-PI

Funding Agency

And Amount

Starting Date and Duration

Status

1

Development of Digital Photo elastic Test Setup

PI.: Dr. Nilanjan Mallik

University Grants Commission (Minor Project Fund)

Rs. 1,20,000/-

February, 2009

One and half Year

Completed

2

Development of piezoelectric fiber reinforced composite sensors and actuators for vibration damping of structures

PI.: Dr. Nilanjan Mallik

Department of Science and Technology (Fast Track Scheme)

Rs. 7,00,000/-

April, 2010

Three years

Completed

Patents:

Title: Nanotube Spinning Machine

Inventers: Nilanjan Mallik, Doug Hurd, Vesselin Shanov, Mark Schulz, Henry Westheider

Invention Disclosure:

Foundation Grant Contract

GEAE Cincinnati, USA

GE Nano Project

Date: 18/09/2007

      Awards and Recognitions:

      1. BOYSCAST Fellowship: 2006-07, DST, India
      2. Recognition for outstanding researcher award by University of Cincinnati, USA, 2008

      Delivered Talk:

      1. Delivered a talk in UC-AFRL Nano Workshop held at UC on 29th April, 2008 on "Spinning Carbon Nanotubes into Electrical Thread".
      2. Delivered keynote speech at FDP on "Smart Materials" organized by Allenhouse Institute of Technology, Kanpur during 30th April to 5th May, 2018.
      3. Delivered expert lecture in the FDP on Advancements in manufacturing technologies: Mechatronics, automation and robotics during 26th June to 30th June, 2018 at SRMS-CET, Unnao, Uttar Pradesh, India

      1. STC on Smart Materials and Structures: Recent Trends in Industrial Applications during September 4 to 11, 2007.
       

      I. Research Scholars:
      1. Dr. Mazin Mahmood Yahya (Passed out): Low cycle fatigue of aluminum alloy and metal matrix composites
      2. Dr. Nishant Singh (as co-supervisor) (passed out): Bioimplants using shape memory alloys.
      3. Sonu Kumar (on leave): Shape memory alloy
      4. Narendra Kumar Jha: Smart composites
       
       

      1. Oscilloscope
      2. Laser source
      3. Loading frame
      4. Digital load indicator
      5. DC, AC and Stepper motors
      6. Microcontroller and accessories
      7. Transduces (light to electrical)
      8. Strain gages
      9. Load cell with digital indicator
      10. Vacuum bagging
      11. Glass fiber
      12. Vacuum pump
      13. High voltage power supply
      14. Polaroid sheets and quarter wave plates
      15. Dielectric meter
      16. Optical Microscopes
      17. Beam splitter
      18. Prisms
      19. Smart Materials (optical fiber, SMA etc.)