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Abinash Kumar Swain
Abinash Kumar Swain Assistant Professor abinash.swain@me.iitr.ac.in +91-1332-28-5277
Areas of Interest
  • Machine Design, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Product Design, FEM , Algorithms design and development
  • Impact Mechanics,Penetration and Perforation,Impact Modeling, Design of Automotive Systems, Crashworthiness and Occupant Safety
  • Dimensioning, Tolerancing, Computational Metrology
  • Design sustainability, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)
Professional Background
FromToDesignationOrganisation
April 2012Nov 2013Assistant ProfessorIIT Guwahati
Nov 2013PresentAssistant Professor IIT Roorkee
Honors and Awards
AwardInstituteYear
High value National Doctoral Fellowship (NDF) Government of India2006-2009
Educational Details
DegreeSubjectUniversityYear
PhDProduct Design and CADIndian Institute of Science, Bangalore2012
Sponsored Research Projects
TopicFunding AgencyYear
Parametric study of Kinetic energy projectiles against thick RCC targetDRDO, Ministry of Defence, Govt of India2019
Development of CAD platform for Sustainable Product RealizationSERB, DST, Government of India2015
Teaching Engagements
TitleCourse CodeClass NameSemester
Computer Aided Design (CAD)MIN-559M.Tech and B.TechAutumn
Mechanical Engineering DrawingMIN-108B.Tech MechanicalSpring
Mechanics of MaterialMIN-206B.Tech MechanicalSpring
Machine DrawingMIN-204B.Tech MechanicalSpring
Machine DesignMIN-302B.Tech MechanicalSpring
Engineering Analysis and DesignMIN-291B.Tech MechanicalAutumn
PHDs Supervised
TopicScholar NameStatus of PHDRegistration Year
Manufacturability analysis of Prismatic partsManish Kumar GuptaO2014
Liaison to support Assembly Variant DesignShantanu Kumar DasO2014
Aircraft Assembly Joint RepresentationBibhuti Bhusan SarangiO2017
Geometric process of CAD model for simulationRaushan Kumar SinghO2018
Refereed Journal Papers
  1. Swain, Abinash Kumar, Dibakar Sen, and B. Gurumoorthy. "Extended liaison as an interface between product and process model in assembly." Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing 30.5 (2014): 527-545.
  2. Swain, Abinash Kumar, Dibakar Sen, and B. Gurumoorthy. “Use of liaison to better integrate product and process. Technical Report No. CADL/2011-1, August 2011.
  3. Abinash, Kumar Swain, Ray Siddhartha, and Nirmal Kumar Mandal. "Study on Kerf Width in Wire-EDM Based on Taguchi Method." Applied Mechanics and Materials. Vol. 110. Trans Tech Publications, 2012.
  4. Raja, R. Thanigaivel, and Abinash Kumar SwainA numerical model for conceptualization of airbag. No. 2016-28-0037. SAE Technical Paper, 2016.
  5. Thanigaivel Raja, T., and Abinash Kumar Swain. "Investigation of the vehicle restraint system in a frontal impact." International journal of crashworthiness 22.6 (2017): 662-675.
  6. Das, Shantanu Kumar, and Abinash Kumar Swain. "Classification, representation and automatic extraction of adhesively bonded assembly features." Assembly Automation (2019) 39.4: 607-623.
  7. Gupta, Manish Kumar, Abinash Kumar Swain, and Pramod Kumar Jain. "A novel approach to recognize interacting features for manufacturability evaluation of prismatic parts with orthogonal features." The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (2019): 105.1-4 (2019): 343-373.

Conference Papers

  1. Swain, A.K., Sen, D., Gurumoorthy, B., “Associativity between product model and process Model”, 6th International Conference in Product Lifecycle Management (PLM 09), July 06-08th 2009, pp. 3-14, University of Bath, UK, 2009.
  2. Swain, A.K., Sen, D., Gurumoorthy, B., “Concurrent evolution of assembly process model with product model towards Integrated Product Definition”, International Conference on Trends in Product Life Cycle, Modeling, Simulation, and Synthesis PLMSS-2011,December 05-07th 2011,pp. 240-248,PSG college of Technology, Peelamedu, Coimbatore, India.
  3. Das, Shantanu Kumar, and Abinash Kumar Swain, “Representation of liaison for plastic assembly”, In International conference on trends in product life cycle, modeling, simulation and synthesis (PLMSS), 2015, 15-17th December 2015, BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad campus, Hyderabad-5000078, India.
  4. Mittal, S., Swain, A. K., “An integrated approach towards weight estimation from CAD model with tolerances”, In International conference on trends in product life cycle, modeling, simulation and synthesis (PLMSS), 2015, 15-17th December 2015, BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad campus, Hyderabad-5000078, India.
  5. Das, S.K., Swain, A. K. , “Knowledge-Based Application of Liaison for Variant Design”. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, vol. 492(2016), pp: 365-374 Springer.
  6. Singh, J., Swain, A. K., “Decision support System for Sustainable Assessment of Assembly in Conceptual Design”, International Conference on Trends in Product Life Cycle, Modelling, Simulation and synthesis, PLMSS-2017, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune, India, December 13-15 2017, P-89-103.
  7. Gupta, M.K., Swain, A. K., Jain, P.K., “Quantitative Estimation of Manufacturability of Prismatic Parts”, International Conference on Trends in Product Life Cycle, Modelling, Simulation and synthesis, PLMSS-2017, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune, India, December 13-15 2017, pp-398-412.
  8. Gupta, M.K., Jain, P.K., Swain, A. K., “Development of manufacturability indices for prismatic parts”, Proceedings of 7th International and 28th All India Manufacturing Technology, Design and Research Conference (AIMTDR 2018), Chennai, India, Dec. 13-15, 2018.

 

Miscellaneous
  • MHRD PhD positions are available in the area of Design and analysis of energy absorbing materials,Isogeometric analysis, Blast dynamics, Fracture and control fragmentation in blast loading, Knowledge representation in CAD. JRF positions leading to PhD are also available in the above area.
  • Prospective Students: Project positions/JRF positions available in various research projects, Expertise in analysis software: Ansys, Abaqus, Autodyn Modelling Software: Solidworks, Catia
  • Project positions/JRF positions available in Modelling and simulation Expertise in Mechanics of material and Dynamics, Blast modelling, Expertise in analysis software:Ansys, Abaqus, Autodyn Modelling Software:Solidworks, Catia