Pavan G S | Department of Civil

Profile

Pavan
G S
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
School of Engineering (SoE)
216B
Block-C, Shiv Nadar University
Uttar Pradesh
India
Educational Qualifications 
2018
PhD
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
2012
MSc (Engg)
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
2009
BTech in civil engineering
NITK Surathkal
Teaching & Research Interests: 

Teaching interests

Engineering mechanics, Finite element methods

Research interests

Computational mechanics, Mechanics of laminated plates and shells, Structural masonry, Earthen construction

Conferences (Select): 

Pavan G S and Nanjunda Rao K S. “Analysis of laminated composite plates using Isogeometric collocation method.” VII European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, Crete, Greece, 5-10 June, 2016 (Presented the paper)

Pavan G. S. and Nanjunda Rao K. S. “Isogeometric analysis of shells with folds and intersections.” 5th International Congress on Computational Mechanics and Simulation, Chennai, India, 10 -13 December , 2014. (Presented the paper)

Pavan G. S. and Nanjunda Rao K. S., “Study of shear strength of Masonry triplets - with and without FRP overlay”, Fourth annual student symposium, Dept. of Civil Engineering, IISc, Bangalore 2011 (Presented the paper)

Ullas S N, Pavan G S and Nanjunda Rao K S. “Influence of Normal Stress and Bonding Techniques on Shear Bond Strength of Rammed Earth”. International Symposium on Earthen Structures 2018, 22~24 August 2018, IISc, Bangalore, India (Presented the paper)

Scholarly Activity

G S Pavan and KS Nanjunda Rao. "Bending analysis of laminated composite plates using isogeometric collocation method." Composite Structures, 176, 2017, 715-728.

G S Pavan and K. S. Nanjunda Rao. "Behavior of Brick–Mortar Interfaces in FRP-Strengthened Masonry Assemblages under Normal Loading and Shear Loading." Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 28(2), 2015, 04015120.

KS Nanjunda Rao, and G. S. Pavan. "FRP-confined clay brick masonry assemblages under axial compression: Experimental and analytical investigations." Journal of Composites for Construction, 19(4), 2014, 04014068.