Vijaya Chalivendra, PhD
|2003||University of Rhode Island||PhD in Mechanical Engineering & Applied Mechanics|
|1997||Sri Venkateswara University, India||MS in Mechanical Engineering|
|1993||Sri Venkateswara University, India||BS in Mechanical Engineering|
- Mechanics of Materials
- Advanced Mechanics of Materials
- Continuum Mechanics
- Fracture Mechanics
- Composite Materials
- Experimental Mechanics
- Dynamic Characterization of Materials
- Damage Sensing
- Nano-mechanical Characterization
- In-situ Damage Sensing of composites for Structural Health Monitoring
- Fracture and Mechanical Behavior of Additive Manufacturing Materials
- Impact Response of Enegry Absorbing Materials for Sports and Military Applications
- Fracture Behavior of Diabetic Simulated Bone
Liu, J., Chalivendra, V., C. L., Huang, W (2017).
"Finite element based contact analysis of radio frequency MEMs switch membrane surfaces"
Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering
Shkolnik K. and Chalivendra V.B. (2017).
“Numerical Studies of Electrical Contacts of Carbon Nanotubes Embedded Epoxy under Tensile Loading”
Abdulrahman A. Kehail, Vijay Boominathan, Karoly Fodor, Vijaya Chalivendra, Tracie Ferreira, Christopher J. Brigham (2016).
"In Vivo and In Vitro Degradation Studies for Poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3-hydroxyhexanoate) Biopolymer"
Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 25(2), 296-307.
Dr. Chalivendra obtained his undergraduate degree and masters degree from Sri Venkateswara University College of Engineering, Tirupati, India in 1993 and 1997 respectively. He worked for two different industries: Bharat Electronics Ltd., and Tata Refractories Ltd., for two and half years in India before pursuing his doctoral degree. His doctoral dissertation is focused on analytical and experimental treatment of fracture studies in functionally graded materials. He developed analytical crack tip field equations for an arbitrarily oriented crack in functionally graded materials under both stationary and transient dynamic loading conditions. As a postdoctoral fellow at California Institute of Technology, he conducted experimental investigation of well-controlled dynamic fragmentation studies for validation of large scale simulations.