Specialization : Rock Mechanics

Rock mechanics is a theoretical and applied science of the mechanical behavior of rock and rock masses; compared to geology, it is that branch of mechanics concerned with the response of rock and rock masses to the force fields of their physical environment. It concerns the behavior of rock when such rock is subjected to forces that are either natural or those applied to the rock by engineers when they build their structures or other applications that use the qualities of the rock for their own purposes.

Sub Areas under Computer Vision:

  • Stability Analysis
  • Longwall Panel Simulation
  • Rock Bolt Support Design of Underground Mines
  • Coal Pillar Designing
  • Subsidence prediction 
  • Slope Stability Analysis
  • Rock Blasting & Fragmentation 

Major Achievements:

Recent Publications:

  • Design of Snook in Depillaring Panel Using Continuous Miner, S Chawla, A Jaiswal, BK Shrivastva, Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series D, 1-11
  • Study of Strata Behaviour in a Contiguous Seam Depillaring working, SK Galav, A, Sahoo, S K, Singh, GSP and Sharma, Int. Conf. on Deep Excavation, Energy Resources and Production
  • Effect of weak foundation layer on dump stability, A Kumar, A Ray, R Rai, A Jaiswal, BK Srivastav, 4th Indian Landslide Congress, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay