Faculty

Dr. Jayabal K

Assistant Professor

E-mail: jayabal@iiitdm.ac.in | Ph: +91-44-27476362

Education

IIT Madras

Chennai

PhD

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Hindustan College of Engineering, University of Madras

Chennai

M.E in CAD

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Government College of Technology

Coimbatore

B.E. in Mechanical Engineering

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Research Interests

  1. Computational Mechanics

  2. Finite Element Methods

  3. Material Modelling

  4. Engineering Design, Smart Materials

Honours + Awards + Recognitions

  1. Fellowship from Technical University Dortmund, Germany, 2009

Work Experience

Teaching

  1. Associate Professor, C.I.T., Coimbatore (May 2012-June 2014)

  2. Half time teaching and research assistant at IIT Madras (Aug 2005-Oct 2009)

  3. Senior Lecturer at Srivenkateswara College of Engineering, Sriperumbudur, Chennai. (June 2000-July 2005)

  4. Lecturer at Hindustan College of Engineering, Chennai. (Jan 1997-May 2000)

  5. Engineer Trainee at Tamilnadu Transport Corporation Ltd. (Oct 1995-Sep 1996)

Research

  1. Senior Researcher-Post Doctoral Fellow at Technical University, Dortmund, Germany (Nov 2009 - Apr 2012)

  2. Research Scholar at Technical University, Dortmund, Germany (Sep 2008 -March 2009)

Books

  1. K. Jayabal and S. M. Sivakumar. Model for Piezoceramics (Chapter 40), Encyclopaedia of Structural Health Monitoring, 2009, John Wiley & Sons Inc. U.K.ISBN: 0470058226

Journal Publications

  1. K. Jayabal, A. Arockiarajan, and S. M. Sivakumar. A micromechanical model for polycrystal ferroelectrics with grain boundary effects. Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 2008, 27 (2), 111-124.

  2. K. Jayabal, A. Arockiarajan, and S. M. Sivakumar. Multiaxial behavior of ferroelectric single and polycrystals with pressure dependent boundary effects. Computational Materials Science, 2009, 44 (4), 1222-30.

  3. K. Jayabal, D. Srikrishna T.S. Abhinandan, A. Arockiarajan, and S.M. Sivakumar. A thermodynamically consistent model with evolving domain structures in ferroelectrics. International Journal of Engineering Science, 2009, 47 (10), 1014-1024.

  4. P. Pavankumar, K. Jayabal and A. Arockiarajan. A comparative study between finite element and polygonal finite element approaches for electromechanical coupled linear problems. Integrated Ferroelectrics, 2010, 120(1), 90-101.

  5. K. Jayabal, A. Menzel, A. Arockiarajanand S. M. Srinivasan. Micromechanical modelling of switching phenomena in polycrystalline piezoceramics - Application of a polygonal finite element approach, Computational Mechanics, 2011, 48:421-435.

  6. K. Jayabal and A. Menzel. On the application of the polygonal finite element method for two-dimensional mechanical and electromechanically coupled problems. Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, 2011, 73 (2), 183-207.

  7. K. Jayabal and A. Menzel. Polygonal finite elements for three-dimensional Voronoi-cell-based discretisations. European Journal of Computational Mechanics, 2012, 21 (1-2), 92-102.

  8. K. Jayabal and A. Menzel. Voronoi-based three-dimensional Polygonal finite elements for electromechanical problems. Computational Materials Science, 2012, 64, 66-70.

Conference Publications

  1. K. Jayabal, A. Arockiarajan, S. M. Sivakumar and C. Sansour (2008). Studies on grain-boundary effects of ferroelectric polycrystals, Smart Devices: Modeling of Material Systems, January 10-12, 2008, IIT Madras, Chennai [AIP conference proceedings 1029: 221-235]

  2. K. Jayabal, A. Arockiarajan, A. Menzel and S. M. Sivakumar (2008). Multi-axial behavior of ferroelectrics with two types of micro-macro mechanical models, IUTAM-MMSS 08, December 10-13, 2008, IISc Bangalore [IUTAM Book Series, volume 19, Springer Conference Proceedings, ISBN: 978-90-481-3770-1]

  3. K. Jayabal, A. Menzel, A. Arockiarajan, and S.M. Sivakumar (2009). Micromechanically motivated finite element model for ferroelectric ceramics, 80th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, February 9-13, 2009, Gdansk, Poland [GAMM Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 9(1):327-328, DOI: 10.1002/pamm.200910137]

  4. K. Jayabal, A. Menzel, A. Arockiarajan, and S.M. Sivakumar (2010). A micromechanically motivated model for ferroelectrics combined with polygonal finite elements, 81st Annual Meeting of the International Association of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, March 22-26, 2010, Karlsruhe, Germany [GAMM Proceedings of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics 10(1):299-300, 2010.

  5. K. Jayabal, A. Arockiarajan, S. M. Sivakumar, A micromechanical model for ferroelectric single crystals incorporating friction effects, International Conference on Theoretical, Applied, Computational and Experimental Mechanics, December 27-29, 2007, IIT Kharagpur

  6. K. Jayabal, A. Menzel, A. Arockiarajan, and S.M. Sivakumar, On polygonal finite elements applied to the modelling of polycrystalline ferroelectrics, 1st International Conference on Material Modelling, September 15-17, 2009, Technical University Dortmund, Germany

  7. K. Jayabal and A. Menzel,Micromechanical modelling of switching phenomena in polycrystalline ferroelectrics, GAMM 4thSeminaron Multiscale Material Modelling, July 9-10, 2010, Technical University Bochum, Germany

  8. K. Jayabal and A. Menzel, Micromechanical modelling of switching phenomena in ferroelectrics, International Conference on Theoretical, Applied, Computational and Experimental Mechanics, December 27-29, 2010, IIT Kharagpur, India

  9. S. M. Sivakumar, K. Jayabal and A. Arockiarajan, A review of constitutive models for ferroelectric materials, National Conference on smart Electro ceramics, IL03:13 March 8-9, 2007, Thrissur, India

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