Dr. Akhilendra Singh
Dr. Akhilendra Singh
Asst. Professor
Ph.D, BITS Pilani (Rajasthan)
Ph: +91-612-255 2018
Fax: +91-612-227 7383
akhil[*AT]iitp.ac.in
Research Areas : FEM, Meshless Methods, Computational Mechanics, Thermal Engg, Fracture Mechanics, Composites
No. of PhD Students :


Himanshu
pathak
Pankaj
Pankaj Kumar
Professional Experience :
  • Dec 2008 - till date, Assistant Professor , IIT Patna
  • Aug 2007-Dec 2008, Assistant Professor , BITS Pilani
Awards & Honours :
  • Who's Who in the World, 2007 and 2008
Member of Professional bodies : ISTAM (Life Member)
Current Sponsored projects :
Title Principal Investigater Sponsored by
Design Analysis of Composite Patch Repair of Structural Members by Meshfree Method Dr Akhilendra Singh Department of Science & Technology, Govt of India
Teaching :
  • ME205: Thermodynamics
  • ME761: Computational Technique
  • ME101: Engineering Mechanics (Tutorial)
  • ME110: Work Shop (Lab)
  • ME212: Mechanical Engineering Laboratory-1 (Lab)
  • ME321:  Applied Thermodynamics I
  • ME322: Applied Thermodynamics II
  • ME445 : FInite Element Method
Books
: Akhilendra Singh and I. V. Singh, “Element Free Galerkin Method For Heat Transfer: Fundamentals and Formulations” ISBN: 978-3838382814, First edition, Lambert Publishing, Germany, 2010.
Publications : Journal Publications:
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh, Numerical Simulation of Bi-material Interfacial Cracks Using EFGM and XFEM, International Journal of Mechanics and Materials in Design, Vol. 8, Pg 9-36,2012.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh, Fatigue Crack Growth Simulations of Bi-material Interfacial Cracks under Thermo-Elastic Loading by Extended Finite Element Method, European Journal of Computational Mechanics, Vol. 22, Pg 79-104, 2013.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and Saurabh Kumar Yadav, A Simple and Efficient XFEM Approach for 3-D Cracks Simulations, International Journal of Fracture, Vol. 181 (2), Pg 189-208, 2013.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, Fatigue crack growth simulations of 3-D Problems using XFEM. International Journal of Mechanical Science, 2013, 76, 112-131.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh, Fatigue Crack Growth Simulations of Homogeneous and Bi-Material Interfacial Cracks using Element Free Galerkin Method, Applied Mathematical Modelling (In press)
  • Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and R. Prakash, The Numerical Solution of Temperature Dependent Thermal Conductivity Problems using Meshless Method, Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A, Vol. 50(2), pp. 125-145, 2006.
  • Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and R. Prakash, Meshless Analysis of Unsteady-State Heat Transfer in Semi-infinite Solid with Temperature Dependent Thermal Conductivity, International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 33(2), pp. 231-239, 2006.
  • Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and R. Prakash, Meshless Element Free Galerkin Method for Unsteady Nonlinear Heat Transfer Problems, International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, vol. 50, pp. 1212-12192006
  • Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and R. Prakash, Numerical Analysis of Fluid Squeezed Between Two Parallel Plates by Meshless Method, Computers and Fluids, vol. 36(9), pp. 1460-1480, 2007.
  • I.V Singh, A Singh, A Meshfree Solution of Two Dimensional Potential Flow Problems ,International Journal of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, vol. 3(2), pp. 112-122,2009

Conference Publications:
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh and I. V. Singh , Numerical comparison of XFEM and EFGM solutions for fracture mechanics problems ,XFEM 2011 (ECOMAS), Cardiff University, UK, June 29-July 1, 2011.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh, Simulation of bi-material crack problems using extended finite element method and
    element free Galerkin method, 56th Congress of ISTAM (STAM 2011), NITSurat, December 19 - December 21, 2011.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh, Numerical simulation ofthermo-elastic crack problems using EFGM and XFEM,Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology,Tiruvanthapuram,December 16 - December 17, 2011.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh, Numerical Simulation of Bonded Patch Repair Problem Using EFGM and XFEM, 4th
    InternationalConference on Structural Stability and Dynamics (ICSSD 2012), MNIT Jaipur, January 4 - January 6, 2012.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh and Indra Vir Singh, Numerical Simulation of Fatigue Crack Grow Problem under Thermo-Mechanical Loading using EFGM and XFEM" ICCMS 2012, IIT Hyderabad, 9 December- 12 December 2012.
  • Himanshu Pathak, Akhilendra Singh and Indra Vir Singh, Fracture Analysis of 3-D Orthotropic Composite by XFEM " ICRACM 2013, Goa (IIIT BHU),18 Feb- 21 Feb 2013.
  • Akhilendra Singh and I. V. Singh , Numerical Solution of Three-Dimensional Nonlinear Heat Transfer Problem Using EFGM54th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ISTAM), NSIT Delhi, India, December 18-21, pp.48-54, 2009.
  • Akhilendra Singh and I. V. Singh , Numerical Meshfree Solution of The Flow Over A Rigid CylinderIndian Association for Computational Mechanics(ICCMS09), IIT Bombay, India, December 1-5, pp.191-193, 2009.
  • Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and R. Prakash, Numerical comparison of EFG solutions for heat transfer problems50th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ISTAM), IIT Kharagpur, India, December 14-17, 2005.
  • Akhilendra Singh, I. V. Singh and R. Prakash Meshless solution of axisymmetric non-linear heat transfer problems using meshless method, International Conference on Computational, Experimental Engineering and Sciences (ICCES), IIT Madras, Chennai, India, December 1-6,2005.
  • I. V. Singh, R. Prakash and Akhilendra Singh, The numerical solution of axisymmetric heat transfer problems using meshless EFG method, 2nd BSME-ASME International Conference on Thermal Engineering, Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 2-4, 2004.
  • I. V. Singh, R. Prakash and Akhilendra Singh A numerical comparison of meshless solutions for fluid flow problemsInternational Conference on Applied, Computational, Experimental and Experimental Mechanics, IIT Kharagpur, IndiaDecember 28-30, 2004