Profile-ID : 61817



  • Dr Sriram Venkatachalam

  • Associate Professor
  • Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Publications 2003 - 2019

Publications

  • 21
    Journal Articles
  • 21
    Conference Paper
  • 4
    Chapter
  • 3
    Book
  • 1
    Review
  • 26
  • 1
  • 3

Citations / H-Index

320 Citations
10 h-index
169 Citations

Google Scholar

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Expertise

Ocean Engineering

Numerical modeling/computational hydrodynamics. Meshfree methods, Hydro-elasticity, Experimental wave generation and extreme wave interactions. Violent wave-current-structure interactions.

Personal Information

Dr Sriram Venkatachalam

Male
Department of Ocean Engineering Indian Institute Of Technology, Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
India,Tamil Nadu,Chennai - 600036


Experience

  • Associate Professor

    Indian Institute of Technology, Madras


Qualification

  • Ph.D.

    Indian Institute of Technology Madras


Honours and Awards

2011

Alexander Von Humboldt Fellowship

The Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, Germany

2008

Newton International Fellowship

The Royal Society

2011

Alexander Von Humboldt Fellowship

The Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation, Germany

2008

Newton International Fellowship

The Royal Society

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Research Projects

Violent Wave- 3D Floating body Interaction

Funding Agency : DST INSPIRE

Improved Design perspective for Violent Wave impact during extreme Natural Disaster Events

Funding Agency : DST SERB

Ecosystem based solution as coastal protection measure for the changing climate.

Funding Agency : DST Climate Change

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Violent Wave- 3D Floating body Interaction

Funding Agency : DST INSPIRE

Improved Design perspective for Violent Wave impact during extreme Natural Disaster Events

Funding Agency : DST SERB

Ecosystem based solution as coastal protection measure for the changing climate.

Funding Agency : DST Climate Change

Assessment tool for assessing ship wake effects in the inland waterways

Funding Agency : MoS

Storm surge inundation modelling due to climate change for the east coast of India.

Funding Agency : DST Climate Change

Realtime storm surge modelling tool for Tamilnadu

Funding Agency : TNSDMA

Developing a new method of regime characteristics assessment for wind and waves along the Indian coast

Funding Agency : DST RFBR

Impact of waterborne debris on the nearshore structures during extreme coastal floods

Funding Agency : DST RFBR

Nonlinear Extreme wave and floating body interactions with deformable structure

Funding Agency : DST UKIERI

Dynamic Response Analysis for the installation of offshore Hybrid Concrete Jacket based support structure for wind energy

Funding Agency : DST DAAD

Funding Agency :

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