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  • Prof. K Rajagopal

  • Chair Professor
  • Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Publications 1989 - 2022

Publications

  • 67
    Journal Articles
  • 6
    Book Chapter
  • 27
    Conference
    Proceedings
  • 2
    Editorial
  • 2
    Note
  • 50
  • 21
  • 14
  • 1
  • 2

Citations / H-Index

3010 Citations
26 h-index
1963 Citations

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Co-author Network


Expertise

Geological Engineering

Geosynthetics, Reinforced soil structures, Finite element analysis in geomechanics, Construction in soft grounds.

Personal Information

Prof. K Rajagopal

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


Experience

  • Chair Professor

    Indian Institute of Technology Madras


Qualification

  • Ph.D. (Engineering Mechanics)

    University of Florida, Gainesville, USA


Doctoral Theses Guided

2018

Investigations on the control of reflective cracking in flexiblePavements using geosynthetics

Nithin S, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2016

Analysis of the behaviour of ordinary and geosynthetic encased granular columns subjected to shear loading

Sunil Ranjan, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2013

Performance evaluation of geosynthetic reinforced embankments supported on piles .

Bhasi, Anjana, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

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2018

Investigations on the control of reflective cracking in flexiblePavements using geosynthetics

Nithin S, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2016

Analysis of the behaviour of ordinary and geosynthetic encased granular columns subjected to shear loading

Sunil Ranjan, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2013

Performance evaluation of geosynthetic reinforced embankments supported on piles .

Bhasi, Anjana, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2009

Studies on controlled yielding technique to reduce lateral earth pressures on rigid retaining structures.

Kokkeragadda Purnanandam, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

2009

Reliability analysis of reinforced soil retaining walls using conventional and stochastic finite element methods.

Sajna Sayed, Indian Institute of Technology Madras

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