Yadunandan Das BE, ME
Yadu is currently studying for a PhD at The Open University. Yadu’s Master's thesis was carried out at the Indian Institute of Technology and looked at creep studies on simulated heat affected zones in P92 steels.
His PhD research focuses on improving the mechanical properties of steel for the automotive sector. The aim is to improve the overall crash worthiness of vehicles and reduce their weight. In short to have cleaner, greener and safer cars. He measures deformation induced plasticity and performs in-situ strain measurements on steel.
He is skilled in a range of characterisation techniques including SEM, EBSD, Digital Image Correlation (DIC), and Neutron diffraction. And is highly knowledgeable on steels, phase changes and deformation.
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