SINDHU BELAVADI RAVIPRAKASH
o MTech in Structural Engineering –- (2019) (9.8 CGPA), Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, India. o B.E (2017) (First Class with distinction – 78%), Bangalore Institute of Technology, Bangalore, India. o 12th (State Board- 2013) (Distinction – 91%), Sri Kumaran Composite Pre-University College, Bangalore, India.
o 10th (SSLC 2011) (Distinction – 92%), Good Shepherd School, Bangalore, India. o Areas of interest: Finite Element Methods, Fracture Mechanics and Fatigue, Material Science. o Elective subjects: BE- Matrix Method of Structural Analysis, Structural Dynamics. M.Tech- Non-Destructive Techniques, Earthquake Engineering. INTERNSHIPS
o College: Indian Institute of Technology (Madras), Summer fellowship program.
Duration: 2 Months (May – June 2018).
Project on: Fracture Mechanics and study of crack behavior.
Software Used: Simulia Abaqus, CASCA and FRANC2D o Company: National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Bangalore.
Duration: 1 Month (July 2016).
Project on: Finite Element Modeling and Analysis.
Software Used: Altair Hyper Mesh v13, MSC Nastran v14. PROJECTS
o Study and Estimation of Fracture Parameters of Composite Laminates with Delamination using Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics Techniques. (July 2018 to May 2019)
A Finite Element Study was performed on a Standard Double Cantilever Beam specimen and Plate specimen made up of CFRP and GFRP materials in the presence of delamination and were analyzed using VCCT and CZM techniques available in ABAQUS standard software.
The response of the Multiple Delaminated Cantilever Beam specimen was examined made up of CFRP using the Finite Element Techniques.
o Soil Structure Interaction of a RC Frame Building with Fixed and Flexible Base Conditions (2017)
The project focused on assessment of seismic response of a RC frame building considering the effects of Soil Structure Interaction, using ETABS2016. The response of the building with fixed and flexible base founded in hard and soft soil is obtained.
The response of the building situated in various zones were determined and a comparison of responses, such as Storey shears and Maximum storey displacement of the building model with fixed and flexible base were performed.
o Extensive Survey (JANUARY-JUNE 2016)
A 15 days camp conducted in Ghati subramanya, Doddaballapura.
Projects of Highway, Water supply and Irrigation were performed with a detailed report. EXTRA CIRRICULAR ACTIVITIES
o Member of Jnanamanthanam, the magazine editorial committee in college. o Member of event organizing committee.
o A trained classical singer.
o Member of ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers), BIT chapter. o HOBBIES: Reading, solving puzzles, doodling, listening to music, singing, playing badminton and basketball, watching movies and plays.
o ABAQUS o AutoCAD 2D
o HyperMesh o 3DS Max
o ETABS o Revit Architecture
o Staad Pro o MS Office
o Excellent communication as well as interpersonal skills o Self-taught, quick learner and creative thinker
o Team player and ability to adapt to changing needs o Good time and people management techniques
o Challenging attitude and flexible work ethics
o Date of Birth – 27th August 1995.
o Residential Address.
#1060, 11th cross, J P Nagar 1st phase Bengaluru, Karnataka. DECLARATION
I hereby declare that the above-mentioned information is correct to the best of my knowledge. Sindhu Belavadi Raviprakash
o B. R. Sindhu, J. Raju, and K. Kamath, “A Comparative Analytical study of Standard Composite Double Cantilever Beam using Virtual Crack Closure Technique and Cohesive Zone Modelling method,” Materials Today: Proceedings – 2018. (Under Peer Review)
o B. R. Sindhu, J. Raju, and K. Kamath, “A comparative numerical study of standard 3D composite plate using virtual crack closure technique and cohesive zone modelling method”, Materials Science and Engineering, a conference proceedings Journal by the Institute of Physics – 2019. (Accepted)