Faculty Profile

Shashank Sharma

Title
Research Assistant Professor
Department
Center for Agile and Adaptive Additive Manufacturing
College
College of Engineering

    

Education

PhD, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 2020.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Degree Specialization: FEM, Laser-matter interaction
Dissertation Title: Numerical Simulation of Melt Hydrodynamics in Laser Metal Processing for Micro-scale Applications
MTech, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, 2015.
Major: Mechanical engineering
Degree Specialization: Laser-matter interaction
Dissertation Title: Numerical simulation of Melt-hydrodynamics in selective laser melting
BTech, Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing, 2014.
Major: Mechanical Engineering

Current Scheduled Teaching*

No current or future courses scheduled.

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Previous Scheduled Teaching*

No previous courses available.

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Published Publications

Published Intellectual Contributions

Book
Dahotre, N. B., Sharma, S. (2022). Laser-Based Additive Manufacturing: Modeling, Simulation, and Experiments. Other. John Wiley VCH.
Book Chapter
Dahotre, N. B., Sharma, S., Joshi, S., Banerjee, R. (2022). Directed Energy Deposition. Other. 23A, . Materials Park, Ohio: ASM International.
Critical Review
Parsazadeh, M., Sharma, S., Dahotre, N. B. (2023). Towards the next generation of machine learning models in additive manufacturing: A review of process dependent material evolution. 135(2023), 43. Amsterdam: Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmatsci.2023.101102
Journal Article
Patil, S., Mani Krishna, K., Sharma, S., Joshi, S. S., Radhakrishnan, M., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. B. (2024). Thermo-mechanical process variables driven microstructure evolution during additive friction stir deposition of IN625. Additive Manufacturing.
Sharma, S., Krishna, K. M., Joshi, S. S., Radhakrishnan, M., Palaniappan, S., Dussa, S., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. B. (2023). Laser based additive manufacturing of tungsten: Multi-scale thermo-kinetic and thermo-mechanical computational model and experiments. Acta Materialia. 259, 119244. Pergamon.
Dahotre, N. B., Sharma, S., Joshi, S., Radhakrishnan, M. (2023). Multiphysics Multi-scale Computational Framework for Linking Process-Structure-Property Relationships in Metal Additive Manufacturing: A Critical Review.
Sharma, S., Mandal, V., Tripathi, P., Jayabalan, B., Mukherjee, S., Singh, S., Ramkumar, J. (2023). Fabrication of ex-situ TiN reinforced IN718 composites using laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF): Experimental characterization and high-fidelity numerical simulations. Ceramics International.
Joshi, S. S., Sharma, S., Radhakrishnan, M., Pantawane, M. V., Patil, S. M., Jin, Y., Yang, T., Riley, D. A., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. B. (2022). A multi modal approach to microstructure evolution and mechanical response of additive friction stir deposited AZ31B Mg alloy. Scientific Reports. 12(1), 13234. Nature Publishing Group UK London.
Dahotre, N. B., Joshi, S. S., Sharma, S. (2022). A new data-driven framework for prediction of molten pool evolution and lack of fusion defects in multi-track multi-layer laser powder bed fusion processes. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology.
Dahotre, N. B., Sharma, S., Radhakrishnan, M., Joshi, S. (2022). A Pseudo Thermo-Mechanical Model Linking Process Parameters to Microstructural Evolution in Multilayer Additive Friction Stir Deposition of Magnesium Alloy. Materials & Design.
Sharma, S., Krishna, K. M., Radhakrishnan, M., Pantawane, M. V., Patil, S. M., Joshi, S. S., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. B. (2022). A pseudo thermo-mechanical model linking process parameters to microstructural evolution in multilayer additive friction stir deposition of magnesium alloy. Other. 224, 111412. Elsevier.
Dahotre, N. B., Sharma, S., Joshi, S. (2022). A Universal Predictor-Based Machine Learning Model for Optimal Process Maps in Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process. Other.
Joshi, S. S., Patil, S. M., Mazumder, S., Sharma, S., Riley, D. A., Dowden, S., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. B. (2022). Additive friction stir deposition of AZ31B magnesium alloy. Other. 10(9), 2404--2420. Elsevier.
Joshi, S. S., Sharma, A., Sharma, S., Mazumder, S., Pantawane, M. V., Mantri, S. A., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. B. (2022). Cyclic thermal dependent microstructure evolution during laser directed energy deposition of H13 steel. Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals. 75(4), 1007--1014. Springer India New Delhi.
Mazumder, S., Pantawane, M. V., Patil, S., Radhakrishnan, M., Sharma, S., McKinstry, M., Dahotre, N. (2022). Thermokinetically Driven Microstructural Evolution in Laser‐Based Directed Energy‐Deposited CoCrMo Biomedical Alloy. Advanced Engineering Materials. 24(11), 2200352.
Sharma, S., Pantawane, M., Sharma, A., Desari, S., Banerjee, S., Banerjee, R., Dahotre, N. (2021). Coarsening of martensite with multiple generations of twins in laser additively manufactured Ti6Al4V. Acta Materialia. 213, .
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