Dr Ananth S Iyengar

Dr. Ananth Iyengar

Associate Professor|Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Department of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering


Dr Ananth S Iyengar is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, RUAS since August of 2015. Previously he was an Assistant professor at Adama Science and Technology University, Ethiopia for two consecutive academic years. He has 1.5 years of industry experience at Axiom Consulting and has worked as a Research Associate at Case Western Reserve University. He is the PI for the BRNS project titled Thermal neutron scattering data for materials of interest in nuclear reactors (BeO, graphite and SiC).“
Dr Ananth Iyengar completed his degree from Bangalore University before moving overseas to do his Master of Science degree at the University of Texas at El Paso and Doctor of Philosophy degree at Case Western Reserve University.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering

    Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

  • M.S. in Mechanical Engineering

    The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX

  • B.E. in Mechanical Engineering

    Bangalore University

Experience

Total Experience: 11.5 Years

Academic: 10 years 

Industry: 1.5 years

Assistant Professor — M.S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (August 2015 ‑Present)

Assistant Professor- Adama Science and Technology University (September 2013 –July 2015)

Team Lead, Predictive Engineering — Axiom Consulting, Bangalore, India (June 2012 to August 2013)

Associate Professor — Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (October 2011 to May 2012)

Research Associate — Nanoengineering Lab, Case Western Reserve University (January 2011 –September 2011)

Training Experience

HVAC, Computational materials

Research Interest: Thermal fluids, nanoscience, computational materials

Research Expertise: Thermal fluids, nanoscience, computational materials

Keywords

  • Thermal fluids
  • nanoscience
  • computational materials

Ph.D. Dissertation:

  1. Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Micro/​Nano Thermoelectric Materials

National Journal Papers:

  1. Iyengar. A. S., and Abramson. A. R., Nanostructured Bulk Materials for use in Thermoelectric Devices,” International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (2009), Orlando Fl, Session: 13−11−3 Material for energy and power applications in micro and nano systems
  2. Iyengar. A. S., and Abramson. A. R., Synthesis of Bismuth Nanowires for the Development of Novel Nanostructured Bulk Materials for Use in Thermoelectric Devices,” International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (2008), Boston MA,Session: 13−6−2 Nanotechnology for Energy
  3. Iyengar. A. S., and Abramson. A. R., A Novel Coaxial Heat Flow Meter for Thermal Conductivity Measurement of Liquids and Nanofluids,” International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (2008), Boston MA, Session: 13−18−2 Micro Thermo-Fluidics
  4. Iyengar. A. S., and Abramson. A. R., (Yiying Wu)., Synthesis and nanoscale effects of bismuth nanowires,” Invited lecture, 40th Central regional ACS meeting (2008), Columbus, OH
  5. Iyengar. A. S., and Wicker. R. B., In-vitro flow characterization in the aortic arch with particle image velocitmetry and rapid prototyping,” American physical society, (2004), Seattle, WA

International Journal Papers:

  1. Stephen R. Hostler, Ananth S. Iyengar, Nayandeep K. Mahanta, Alexis R. Abramson Thermoelectric behavior of cold compacted bismuth nanowires,”(2018) Intl. J of Heat and Mass Transfer, Volume 117, February 2018, Pages 951 – 957
  2. Iyengar. A.S., Thermal Analysis of Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers using Artificial Neural Networks” Ethiopian Journal of Science and Technology
  3. Melesse.W.W., and Ananth. S. I.,“Autonomous Maintenance: A Case Study on Assela Malt Factory,” Bonfring International Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management Science, Vol. 4, No. 4, 2014 pp 170 ‑178
  4. Iyengar.A.S., Liang. D., Gao.X.P.A., Abramson.A.R., Densification behavior of uni-axially compacted bismuth nanowires,”(2012) Acta. Mater., Vol. 60, iss.5, pp 2369 ‑2378
  5. Iyengar. A. S., and Abramson. A. R., Radial heat flow method for thermal conductivity measurement of liquids ‚”(2009) J heat trans, volume 131, pp 061502 – 1 to 061502 – 3
  6. Elkins, C. J., Markl, M., Iyengar, A., Wicker, R., Eaton, J. K., Full Field Velocity and Temperature Measurements Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Turbulent Complex Internal Flows,”(2004) IJHFF, vol 25, iss 5, pp 702 – 710.
  7. Iyengar, A., Elkins, C.J., Draney, M., Medina, F., Wicker, R. B., PIV and MRV Measurements in Human Thoracic Aorta,” 57th Annual meeting of division of fluid dynamics, Seattle, November 2004, American Physical Society.
  8. Elkins, C. J., Iyengar, A., Draney, M. T., Dake, M. D., Medina, F., Wicker, R. B., Rapid Invitro MRV and PIV Measurements in Anatomically Accurate Human Thoracic Aorta Phantoms,” summer bioengineering conference, June 2005, Vail Cascade resorts, Vail, Colorado.
  9. Elkins, C. J., Acosta, I., Gonzales, M., Medina, F., Iyengar, A., Dake, M. D., Wicker, R. B., Hemodynamic Studies of Aortic Dissection in Patient-specific Phantoms,” summer bioengineering conference, June 2005, Vail Cascade resorts, Vail, Colorado