Yogiraj Pardhi

Rolls Royce (United States) United States of America

Dr. Pardhi is currently working with a leading aero-engine manufacturing company, Rolls-Royce Plc. in United Kingdom. His key role is to bring new and advanced manufacturing technologies into production as a part of a very large capability acquisition team. Investment casting of superalloys, additive layer manufacturing, non-destructive and measurement techniques are some of the key areas where he has made significant contributions. In past Dr. Pardhi worked at the University of Birmingham (UK) in School of Metallurgy and Materials on collaborative research focussed on the assessment of Fatigue and Fracture properties of high performance materials. Dr. Pardhi completed a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering at Nagpur University, India in 2002. He finished his Master of Technology in Industrial Metallurgy from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India in 2005. During his masters course he was awarded the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) scholarship for a duration of 1 year to carry out his dissertation at the Technical University of Munich, Germany. He went on to do his PhD in Metallurgy and Materials, at the University of Birmingham, UK in 2010. He was awarded the prestigious ORSAS-2006 fellowship by Universities UK during his doctoral research.

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In recent decades scientists and engineers around the globe have been responding to the requirement of high performance materials through innovative material research and engineering. The ever increasing demand on quality and reliability has resulted in some dazzling technological achievements in the area of advanced materials and manufacturing. The purpose of this book is to bring together significant findings of leading experts, in developing and improving the technology that supports advanced materials and process development. From gold nano-structures to advanced superalloys, this book covers investigations involving modern computer based approaches as well as traditional experimental techniques. Selected articles include research findings on advances made in materials that are used not only in complex structures such as aeroplanes but also in clinical treatments. It is envisaged that it will promote knowledge transfer across the materials society including university students, engineers and scientists to built further understanding of the subject.

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