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Professor Prasad V. Joshi

Department of Basic Sciences and Engineering
Indian Institute of Information Technology, Nagpur, India

PhD. in Solid Mechanics from NIT, Raipur (2016)
M. Tech. in Mech from REC, Kurukshetra (2001)
B. E. in Production Engg. form COE Amravati University (1996)

2018 to till date - Assistant Professor, IIIT Nagpur
2002 - 2018 - Associate Professor, Professor, SSTC, Bhilai, India
1996 - 1998 - South Asia Tyres Ltd., Engineer, Aurangabad

Selected Publications (For more see the link, Prof. Prasad V. Joshi):
 Joshi, P.V. et al., Stability and dynamic analysis of partially cracked thin orthotropic plate under thermal environment: An analytical approach, Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines, An International Journal, 2019 (SCI Journal)
 Joshi, P.V. et al., Effect of fluid-structure interaction on vibration and deflection analysis of generally orthotropic submerged micro-plate with crack under thermal environment: An analytical approach, J. Vib. Eng. Technol. (2019). (SCI)
 Joshi, P.V. et al., Vibration, buckling and deflection analysis of cracked thin magneto electro elastic plate under thermal environment, Journal of Solid Mechanics, 2019. (SCI Journal)
 Joshi, P.V. et al., Vibration and deflection analysis of thin cracked and submerged orthotropic plate under thermal environment using strain gradient theory, Nonlinear Dyn 96(2), 1575-1604 (2019), SPRINGER. (SCI JOURNAL)
 A. Gupta, N. K. Jain, R. Salhotra, P.V. Joshi, Effect of crack location on vibration analysis of partially cracked isotropic and FGM micro-plate with non-uniform thickness: An analytical approach, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 145(2018) 410-429 (Elsevier Ltd.) I.F.: 3.57 (SCI JOURNAL)
 P.V. Joshi, An extension of line spring model for vibration analysis of thin isotropic plate containing multiple part-through cracks: An analytical approach, Vibrations in Physical Systems (SCI Journal) (Vol. 29, 2018 022)
 Shashank Soni, N. K. Jain, P. V. Joshi, Effect of thermal environment on vibration analysis of partially cracked thin isotropic plate submerged in fluid, Journal of Solid Mechanics, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2019) pp. 120-143. (SCI Journal)

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