Prof. Shankar Sehgal

Prof. Shankar Sehgal

Panjab University

H-index: 23

Asia-India

About Prof. Shankar Sehgal

Prof. Shankar Sehgal, With an exceptional h-index of 23 and a recent h-index of 23 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Panjab University, specializes in the field of Mechanical Engineering, Design and Manufacturing, Optimization, Finite Element Model Updating.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Development and validation of test rig for experimental analysis of contact behavior between rail wheel-rail and rubber tire-rail in road cum rail vehicles

Development of dissimilar AA2014 and AA2024 based composite with nano-Si3N4 reinforcement by friction stir process technique

Computational Modeling and Simulation of the Microwave Hybrid Heating Process: A State of the Art Review

PROCESS MODELING AND KINETIC ESTIMATION FOR DESULFURIZATION OF DIESEL FUEL USING NANO-ZnO/Al2O3: Original scientific paper

Low cost joining of inconel 625 and super duplex stainless steel 2507 through novel technique

Comparative experimental investigations on novel joining technology based on microwave energy to produce SS2205-SS2205 joints

Fabrication of Al5086–GRN–ηSiC Hybrid Surface Composite Using an Additive Powder-Fed Friction Stir Process

Effectiveness of 3D printed carbon fiber composite strut in customized ankle foot orthosis

Prof. Shankar Sehgal Information

University

Panjab University

Position

India

Citations(all)

1600

Citations(since 2020)

1522

Cited By

501

hIndex(all)

23

hIndex(since 2020)

23

i10Index(all)

37

i10Index(since 2020)

37

Email

University Profile Page

Panjab University

Prof. Shankar Sehgal Skills & Research Interests

Mechanical Engineering

Design and Manufacturing

Optimization

Finite Element Model Updating

Top articles of Prof. Shankar Sehgal

Development and validation of test rig for experimental analysis of contact behavior between rail wheel-rail and rubber tire-rail in road cum rail vehicles

Authors

Sharad K Pradhan,Arpit Singh Rathore,Shankar Sehgal,Pankaj Sonia,Gandikota Ramu,Chander Prakash

Journal

Indian Journal of Engineering and Materials Sciences (IJEMS)

Published Date

2024/4/12

Present research attempt deals with modeling, structural analysis, fabrication of test rig and experimentations to investigate static contact behavior of ‘Rubber Tire-Rail’and ‘Rubber Tire-Road’combinations. Conceptual models for the test rig, rail and rubber tire with rim (178/100/r16) are developed and the contact behavior of Rubber tire-Road and Rubber tire-Rail are simulated using FEM. To establish the dimensions of the Test Rig, two stage FEM is performed. In stage-I, contact combinations viz.‘Rubber Tire-Road’and ‘Rail wheel-Rail’are studied using ANSYS software without any test rig while in stage-II the same pairs with same simulation environment are analyzed with the proposed test rig. The negligible stresses and deformation in the test rig are indicators of correctness and rigidness of designed test Rig. After the dimensions, the test rig is fabricated and used to perform the experimentations. Numerical and experimental investigations for ‘Rubber tire-Rail/Road’combinations are carried into 3 and 2 sub categories respectively. The percentage error in experimental and simulation results are 1.82% for Contact Pressure and 14.37% for Contact Area at 30 KN load and 0.5 MPa inflation pressure. Results indicate that the developed simulated environments and test rig can be used for similar future studies.

Development of dissimilar AA2014 and AA2024 based composite with nano-Si3N4 reinforcement by friction stir process technique

Authors

Shashi Prakash Dwivedi,Indradeep Kumar,Shankar Sehgal,Nakul Gupta,Kuldeep K Saxena

Journal

Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology

Published Date

2024/3/3

The present study highlighted the nano-Si3N4 addition effect on microstructural and mechanical characteristics, such as hardness and tensile properties of the dissimilar AA2014 and AA2024 based composite material. The fabricated composites were characterized through Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) and X-ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis. The experimental findings revealed that the FSP technique produced a uniform distribution of nano- Si3N4 particles in the aluminum matrix (AA2014 and AA2024), which provided a significant improvement in the mechanical performance of the composite developed after triple tool passes. Fair interfacial reaction layer was identified between nano-Si3N4 and alumnium matrix. The addition of nano- Si3N4 particles in the aluminum matrix composite enhanced the hardness by 21.91% compared to the un-reinforced aluminum matrix composite. Moreover, the tensile strength …

Computational Modeling and Simulation of the Microwave Hybrid Heating Process: A State of the Art Review

Authors

Tarunpreet Singh,Shankar Sehgal

Published Date

2024/3

Computational modeling and simulation helps in reducing the overall design cycle time during any process as well as product development. Microwave welding has transpired as a modernistic technique owing to its momentous advantage of uniform volumetric heating in addition to being financially economical, clean, repeatable, reproducible, time-efficient, and green. Contrary to the myth that metallic materials cannot be processed by microwave energy; the focus of this review paper is to deliberate the computational aspects related to the microwave interaction with metallic materials (both powder as well as bulk form) and to discuss in detail the microscopic mechanism that influences the electromagnetic and thermal properties of the metallic materials. The literature pertaining to microwave hybrid heating and the computational modeling and simulation aspect of microwave processing of metallic materials has …

PROCESS MODELING AND KINETIC ESTIMATION FOR DESULFURIZATION OF DIESEL FUEL USING NANO-ZnO/Al2O3: Original scientific paper

Authors

Jasim I Humadi,Muayad A Shihab,Ghazwan S Ahmed,Mustafa A Ahmed,Zeyad A Abdullah,Shankar Sehgal

Journal

Chemical Industry & Chemical Engineering Quarterly

Published Date

2024

In the present paper, a gamma alumina (γ-Al 2 O 3) loaded zinc oxide (ZnO) nano-catalyst (ZnO/γ-Al 2 O 3) has been synthesized and used to accelerate the removal of sulfur compounds from light gas oil by oxidative desulfurization (ODS) process. The synthesized nano-catalysts have been characterized by atomic force microscopy (AFM) and Brunauer-Emmett-Teller (BET). The ODS process has been conducted in a batch reactor at various reaction temperatures and batch times varying between 30 to 90 C and 20 to 80 min, respectively. DBT removal was highest (93.781%) while using synthesized nano-catalyst (9% ZnO/γ-Al 2 O 3) at 90 C and 80 min reaction time. Based on the obtained experimental data, a new mathematical modeling technique was performed for the ODS operation under mild experimental conditions to evaluate the most appropriate kinetic variables for the newly synthesized nano-catalysts. Simulation results indicate a good match with experimental observations with less than 5% absolute average error for all runs. The optimization procedure of the process condition displays that> 98% DBT could be eliminated within 200 min, at 87 C, in the existence of synthesized nano-catalyst (9% ZnO/γ-Al 2 O 3).

Low cost joining of inconel 625 and super duplex stainless steel 2507 through novel technique

Authors

Vipin Handa,Parveen Goyal,Shankar Sehgal

Journal

Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance

Published Date

2023/1

In this research, a novel joining technique has been developed which utilizes microwave energy to produce dissimilar joints of Inconel 625 and SAF 2507. In this, graphite rods (instead of charcoal powder used previously) have been used as susceptor for initiating the joining process. Application of graphite rods has helped in not only concentrating the heat near the joint region but it also makes the modified process cleaner than its earlier version due to absence of charcoal powder. Proposed process is able to produce the dissimilar joint in 380 s (3-mm-thick joints) only as compared to 1260 s (6-mm-thick joints) required for producing similar joints of Inconel 625 by previous microwave hybrid heating technique. The proposed process is low cost due to the absence of filler powder. Three dissimilar joints have been developed by using the proposed technique and their microhardness, tensile strength, percent …

Comparative experimental investigations on novel joining technology based on microwave energy to produce SS2205-SS2205 joints

Authors

Virinder Kumar,Shankar Sehgal

Journal

Indian Journal of Engineering & Materials Sciences

Published Date

2023/2/1

In this work, a novel joining technology has been developed by significantly modifying the existing older joining technology. Both methods have been based on using microwave energy. Metallic joints of SS2205-SS2205 have been developed by using the novel as well as old technology. In previous technology, formation of joints has been largely affected by the use of charcoal powder (susceptor), graphite sheet (separator) and filler powder (interface) for producing the joints. On the other hand, in the newly proposed method, the joints have been fabricated without using any charcoal powder, graphite sheet or filler powder. Graphite rods have been used instead of charcoal powder thereby improving speed and cleanliness of the process. Further, absence of charcoal powder has helped in getting rid of the charcoal feeder as well as the separator sheet; thereby ensuring an easier assembly set-up and reduced set-up time. Finally, filler powder has not been used in proposed method, thereby drastically reducing the material cost. Joints’ microstructure and mechanical properties have been characterized. Newly proposed method-based joints have been observed to possess better hardness, tensile strength and ductility due to better microstructural composition despite lower carbon content. Hardness, tensile strength and percentage elongation have also been observed to be better than previous results by 8%, 16.67% and 17.85%, respectively.

Fabrication of Al5086–GRN–ηSiC Hybrid Surface Composite Using an Additive Powder-Fed Friction Stir Process

Authors

Gagandeep Singh Raheja,Chander Prakash,Shankar Sehgal

Journal

Metal Science and Heat Treatment

Published Date

2023/7

A novel surface engineering technology involving a powder-fed friction stir process (APF-FSP) is suggested for fabricating an Al5086 – GRN – ηSiC hybrid surface composite. The structure of the composite is studied by scanning and transmission electron microscopy. The ultimate compressive strength, the HV hardness and the modulus of elasticity of the composite are determined. It is shown that the structure of the composite is represented by aluminum matrix grains up to about 8 μm in size and uniformly distributed graphene/nano-SiC (GRN/nano-SiC) reinforcements. The graphene forms multilayer atomic clusters in the aluminum matrix due to mechanical exfoliation of the graphite. The composite obtained has high hardness (145 HV0.3) and ultimate compressive strength (385 ± 5 MPa).

Effectiveness of 3D printed carbon fiber composite strut in customized ankle foot orthosis

Authors

Rohit Kumar,Rajesh Kumar,Parveen Kalra,Somya Saxena,Ranjeetkumar Gupta,Shankar Sehgal

Journal

Composite Structures

Published Date

2023/11/15

This study aims to fabricate customized Ankle Foot Orthosis (cAFO) using Additive Manufacturing (AM), for investigating the effectiveness of straight Carbon Fibre Strut (CFS) that enhances push-off limits of drop foot (DF) gait. Three patients with unilateral DF were studied and two different host materials were used to fabricate cAFO from two different AM machines. A comparative quantitative study between the gait pattern of normal foot and DF (on affected side for same patient) for CFS efficacy was done by conducting two gait trials: with and without cAFO. The study shows CFS with cAFO is an effective additive manufactured mechanical component for DF patients to improve lower extremity functionality. CFS stores and releases energy during various phases of the gait cycle required for normal gait functionality for instance an improvement can be seen in deviation in ankle power to +36.84 % and +60.57 % for …

Parametric investigation into the mechanical characteristics of dissimilar steel joints produced using SMHH-based joining technology

Authors

Virinder Kumar,Shankar Sehgal,Athota Rathan,Manoj Kumar Agrawal,Sherzod Shukhratovich Abdullaev

Journal

Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology

Published Date

2023/10/18

Selective microwave hybrid heating (SMHH)-based joining technology was utilized to fabricate dissimilar joints between SS2205 and SS304. The joining process involved exposing the materials to a 2.45 GHz frequency and 900 W of power for 720 s under atmospheric conditions, with SS304 powder used as the filler material. SMHH principles were employed to melt and fuse the filler powder with the interfaces of the joining specimens. To assess the joint properties, various characterizations were conducted, including X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) with energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), microhardness and tensile testing. XRD revealed the presence of carbides and intermetallics in the joint region. SEM revealed that the complete melting of powdered particles with the joining interface resulted in good metallurgical bonding between the joining specimens. The Vicker’s …

Experimental investigation of powder mixed electrical discharge machining of LM-25/SiC composites: A response surface methodology coupled with desirability approach

Authors

Behzade Jabbaripour,Navid Mollaramezani,Mehrdad Matllabpour Alishahi

Journal

Modares Mechanical Engineering

Published Date

2016/2/10

The application of intermetallic compound of γ-TiAl has been considered in aerospace, automotive, jet and turbine manufacturing industries due to its low density, high modulus of elasticity, high resistance against oxidation, corrosion, ignition and suitable tensile and creep strength in high temperature environments. Researches on machining of titanium aluminide intermetallic compound indicate that these materials are difficult to cut in a traditional way. So, other non-traditional processes such as Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) can be used for machining of these compounds. In this investigation, one level of pulse current and pulse on time was considered as the main constant parameters. The Powder Mixed Electrical Discharge Machining (PMEDM) tests were performed with respect to the different levels of aluminum powder particle sizes and concentrations in the dielectric fluid. The main aim of the study is to determine the optimum powder size and concentration while considering the output characteristics of the process such as material removal rate, tool wear ratio and roughness of the machined surface. The results showed that powder mixed electrical discharge machining at optimum conditions will lead to increase in material removal rate, 5 decrease in surface roughness and decrease in tool wear ratio compared to the circumstances where no powder (EDM) was used.

Comparison of the DNA capture performance of the fabricated novel microchip and fta® paper for human blood samples

Authors

S Sehgal,BP Nayak,I Haque,R Tiwari

Journal

Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

Published Date

2023

Development of miniaturized devices for analytical processes has been a progressive trend over several decades. The immense potential for implementation of such devices in the form of “Lab-on-a-chip” technology was demonstrated. “Lab-on-a-chip” (LOC) devices in the form of membranes or beads have been fabricated as an advanced technique for DNA extraction, offering fast analysis, minimal sample requirement and no contamination. The present study reports fabrication of a polymer based Microchip offering rapid and low cost extraction of DNA from blood samples in a short time. The Microchip was prepared by introducing a disc of fusion 5-filter paper between two Poly (methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) layers where the activated polymer substrate acted as a solid DNA binding phase. DNA extraction from human blood was carried out on a Microchip using an alkaline extraction method and quantitated using …

Experimental and CFD analysis of circular tube heat exchangers with solid-hollow inserts

Authors

Kamlesh Arya,Sharad Pradhan,Vishal Nautiyal,Nakul Gupta,Surendra Singh,Shankar Sehgal,Indradeep Kumar

Journal

International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM)

Published Date

2023/10/10

The study focused on conducting a heat transfer analysis of a circular tube heat exchanger with alternating solid-hollow inserts using the Ansys Fluent software version 19.0 and via experimental setup. The objective was to determine the heat exchanger tube's friction factor, heat transfer, and thermal performance factor (TPF) under steady state conditions. The investigation involved circular-hollow and solid inserts with diameters of 66 mm and 33 mm, respectively. The turbulence simulation was carried out within a Reynolds number range of 11,500–26,500, using air as the working fluid and the k-ε model for turbulence simulation. Three different insert arrangements were considered during the simulations. Among the different insert arrangements, the geometry with six inserts in the fluid domain exhibited the highest heat transfer while the geometry with five inserts resulted in the lowest heat transfer. However, the …

Investigation of carbon steel corrosion rate in different acidic environments

Authors

Hamad K Mohammed,Saad A Jafar,Jasim I Humadi,Shankar Sehgal,Kuldeep K Saxena,Ghassan H Abdullah,Liqaa I Saeed,Mohanad S Salman,Waqas S Abdullah

Journal

Materials Today: Proceedings

Published Date

2023/4/13

This study focused on evaluating the rate of carbon steel corrosion in one molarity of HNO3 H2SO4 and HCl in various acidic conditions. The twenty-day exposure of carbon steel specimens to acidic conditions was investigated and followed by the evaluation of corrosion penetration rate and mils per year. The results showed that the 1 M HNO3 solution was the most damaging to carbon steel due to its oxidizing character. Among the tested acidic media HNO3 was the most harmful followed by H2SO4 and HCl. Carbon steel metal's corrosion behaviour was affected by acid medium strength and exposure duration. Dissolving of carbon steel increased with increasing corrosive media severity and exposure time. Concept of passive behaviour in metals has been proposed as the primary reason for this effect. The corrosion penetration rate values for carbon steel used in the present investigation followed the order of …

Experimental Investigation on the Synthesis of Al5086-GRN-ηSiC Hybrid Surface Composite using Additive Powder Fed Friction Stir Processing

Authors

Gagandeep Singh Raheja,Chander Prakash,Shankar Sehgal

Published Date

2023

In the current research work, graphene (GRN) and nano-silicon carbide (SiC) reinforced Al5086-alloy based hybrid surface composites has been developed using a unique surface engineering technique called additive-powder-fed friction stir processing (APF-FSP) process. Herein, the mechanical exfoliation of graphite into GRN has been carried out using APF-FSP process to improve the microstructural and mechanical properties. The microstructure, morphology, and mechanical properties of as-synthesized hybrid Al5086-GRN-ηSiC surface composite has been investigated. Microscopic analysis has been conducted to scientifically ascertain the grain size, crystal structure and surface morphology of APF-FSP zone. The mechanical properties such as hardness and elastic modulus have also been evaluated using nanoindentation and micro-hardness technique. Nano-indentation and micro-pillar testing techniques have been used to assess mechanical properties in terms of hardness, elastic modulus, and compressive strength of as-developed hybrid Al5086-GRN-ηSiC surface composite. The best optimal condition to obtain the defect free structure is 1800 RPM rotational speed and 40 mm/min transverse speed with trapezoidal shape tool pin geometry. The microstructure and morphological examination reveal that the grain size of Al-matrix gets refined from 30 μm to ~8 μm and reinforcements (GRN/ ηSiC) are uniformly distributed in the matrix, which is expected to improve the mechanical properties. The SEM and TEM morphology analysis show that the diphasic nano-mixture cluster of ηSiC and GRN in the range (100-200 nm) have been …

Hot deformation behaviour of Ti alloys: A review on physical simulation and deformation mechanisms

Authors

Puja Yadav,Kuldeep K Saxena,Shankar Sehgal,Tarunpreet Singh,Shashi Bahl

Published Date

2023/4

Titanium and its alloys, owing to their properties like high strength, toughness, corrosion resistance and thermal stability, are employable in various engineering and medical applications. The properties of titanium alloys depend upon the processing routes and their final microstructure. Therefore, the present review paper compiles the deformation behaviour of various alloys during hot deformation using a physical simulation. Subsequently, the flow stresses are analysed and utilized to develop the processing maps and the constitutive equations that are advantageous for predicting deformation mechanisms during the hot deformation. Specific features reported in the flow stress curves include work hardening, flow softening and steady-state behaviour. In certain cases, the yield point drop and oscillatory behaviour or serrations are also observed. Softening and oscillatory behaviour is an indicator of either dynamic …

Effect of interlock angle and bottom die flange diameter on clinching joint load bearing capacity in cross-tensile loading

Authors

Santosh Kumar,Avinash Lakshmikanthan,Chithirai Pon Selvan,Vinayak Malik,Kuldeep K Saxena,Shankar Sehgal,Kahtan A Mohammed

Journal

International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing (IJIDeM)

Published Date

2023/10

Clinching is a mechanical sheet metal joining technique, wherein the sheets are geometrically interlocked using a specially designed tool that does not require pre-hole or additional rivet material. In practical situations, the use of cross-tensile configuration is widespread, whose load-bearing capacity is found to be lower than that of lap shear configuration. Analytical models are easy to use and enable faster evaluation of joint strength. A novel analytical approach is proposed and validated experimentally. It is done on clinching joints made from Al 1100, because of low cost and good corrosion properties, sheets for various die flange diameters. Further, the experimental work carried out on various die flange diameters, varying from 0 to 12 mm at a step of 2 mm, showed that a different mode of failure could occur in which the interlock region fails by shear rather than button separation. The strength of joints in this …

Effect of Zn precursors on hydrogen storage in MWCNTs-ZnO nanocomposites

Authors

Atyaf M Alazawi,Modher Y Mohammed,Mustafa A Alheety,Shankar Sehgal,Pramod K Singh

Journal

Results in Chemistry

Published Date

2023/1/1

This research included studying and preparing the complex [Zn(DMB)Cl]2 from the reaction 1 M ratio of 2,6-dimethoxybenzoic acid ligand (DMB) with one molar ratio of aqueous zinc chloride in the presence of triethylamine. This complex was diagnosed by several techniques including FT-IR, 1H NMR, elemental analysis and molar conductivity. The MWCNTS-ZnO composite was prepared by reacting the complex [Zn(DMB)Cl]2 with carbon nanotubes using an ultrasound device. The novelty of this work is mainly based on the use of zinc acetate and [Zn(DMB)Cl]2 in the preparation of MWCNTS-ZnO(acetate) and MWCNTS-ZnO(complex) nanocomposites, respectively, in order to determine the importance of raw materials and their effects on the ability to store hydrogen. Thereafter, hydrogen storage was measured as a prospective study of the MWCNTS-ZnO composites. The study proves that the maximum H2 …

Development of Inconel 625 joints using modified microwave hybrid heating technology

Authors

Sudhanshu Ranjan,Vipin Handa,Shankar Sehgal,Surjeet Singh

Journal

Materials Today: Proceedings

Published Date

2023/3/29

Inconel alloys have vast applications in the research field; but the joining of these alloys is difficult with conventional joining techniques. Modified microwave hybrid heating plays a significant role in joining of Inconel 625 alloys and in eliminating the limitations of conventional heating techniques such as large heat affected zone, uneven heating, high power consumption and non-ecofriendly. In, microwave hybrid heating-based joining, the main aspects of the joining process are filler powder and process time. However, in the present technique, the use of filler powder is not required at all. This is the major reason why the cost of present joining technique is much lower as compared to the material cost of the previously used filler powder-based microwave hybrid heating-based joining techniques. X-ray diffraction analysis of microwave processed joints reveal the formation of chromium and niobium carbide, in addition …

Metallurgical and mechanical assessment of SS2205/SS304 joints fabricated using modified selective microwave hybrid heating-based joining

Authors

Virinder Kumar,Shankar Sehgal

Journal

Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance

Published Date

2023/8/21

This study proposes a novel modified joining technique based on selective microwave hybrid heating. Primary objective of this article is to investigate the joining of dissimilar materials, specifically SS2205 and SS304 alloys, with nickel as filler material and graphite rods as susceptors. Following input parameters were used such as power level: 900 W, frequency: 2.45 GHz, number of graphite rods: 16 (each having diameter 2 mm; length 30 mm), ceramic wool: 100 × 50 × 50 mm3, and processing time: 750 s. Mechanical testing of the joints showed an average microhardness of 494.52 HV and ultimate tensile strength of 407.83 MPa with 11.34% elongation. Joint region was analyzed using x-ray diffraction, revealing the presence of various intermetallics and carbides, including FeNi, FeNi3, CrNi3, Ni3C, Fe3C, and C2Cr3. Microstructural examination confirmed a robust metallurgical bond between the two joining …

Experimental investigations on silicon carbide mixed electric discharge machining

Authors

Surendra Singh Thakur,Sharad K Pradhan,Shankar Sehgal,Kuldeep K Saxena

Journal

Silicon

Published Date

2023/1

In this study, silicon carbide mixed electrical discharge machining (SCMEDM) process has been developed and later on modelled also using an artificial neural network (ANN) based technique as well as response surface methodology (RSM). Experiments were conducted with Al LM-25/SiC metal matrix composites as per Box Behnken design (BBD). Discharge current, pulse-on-time, servo-voltage, powder concentration, tool material and varying reinforcement levels were considered as machining input parameters. Material removal rate, tool wear rate and surface roughness were taken to be the response parameters. Analysis of variance (ANOVA) method was used to investigate the significant effect of parameters on the response measures. The experimental data was trained using a back-propagation ANN technique. Research shows that the influence of current, pulse length and tool material on the machining …

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The h-index of Prof. Shankar Sehgal has been 23 since 2020 and 23 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Development and validation of test rig for experimental analysis of contact behavior between rail wheel-rail and rubber tire-rail in road cum rail vehicles

Development of dissimilar AA2014 and AA2024 based composite with nano-Si3N4 reinforcement by friction stir process technique

Computational Modeling and Simulation of the Microwave Hybrid Heating Process: A State of the Art Review

PROCESS MODELING AND KINETIC ESTIMATION FOR DESULFURIZATION OF DIESEL FUEL USING NANO-ZnO/Al2O3: Original scientific paper

Low cost joining of inconel 625 and super duplex stainless steel 2507 through novel technique

Comparative experimental investigations on novel joining technology based on microwave energy to produce SS2205-SS2205 joints

Fabrication of Al5086–GRN–ηSiC Hybrid Surface Composite Using an Additive Powder-Fed Friction Stir Process

Effectiveness of 3D printed carbon fiber composite strut in customized ankle foot orthosis

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are the top articles of Prof. Shankar Sehgal at Panjab University.

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The research interests of Prof. Shankar Sehgal are: Mechanical Engineering, Design and Manufacturing, Optimization, Finite Element Model Updating

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Prof. Shankar Sehgal has 1,600 citations in total.

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