Subbarayan Sivasankaran

Qassim University

Dr. S. Sivasankaran is working as an associate professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, Qassim University. He has received several Deanship of Scientific Research Grants in Qassim University towards research work in the fields of materials and manufacturing. He completed his PhD degree in Production Engineering (Manufacturing Technology—Nanocomposite Materials) from NIT Trichy, India. After his doctoral degree, he worked as an associate professor in the KPR Institute of Engineering and Technology (KPRIET), Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India. He has established an advanced materials research laboratory and entrepreneurship development cell in KPRIET. He has received a number of research and seminar grants from government of India. Furthermore, he served as an associate professor in Hawassa University, East Africa, for 2 years where he was involved in curriculum development. He has published more than 75 research articles in refereed international journals, acts as a reviewer for more than 20 refereed international journals (Elsevier, Springer, ASME), and has edited two books. Finally, his research interests are nanocomposites, mechanical alloying;, powder metallurgy, stir casting, advanced welding, 3D printing, metal matrix composites, polymer matrix composites, mechanical behavior, machining behavior, advanced characterization techniques, optimization, and modeling.

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This book describes the recent evolution of solid-state physics, which is primarily dedicated to examining the behavior of solids at the atomic scale. It also presents various state-of-the-art reviews and original contributions related to solid-state sciences. The book consists of four sections, namely, solid-state behavior, metastable materials, spintronics materials, and mechanics of deformable bodies. The authors’ contributions relating to solid-state behavior deal with the performance of solid matters pertaining to quantum mechanics, physical metallurgy, and crystallography. The authors’ contributions relating to metastable materials demonstrate the behavior of amorphous/bulk metallic glasses and some nonequilibrium materials. The authors’ contributions relating to spintronic materials explain the principles and equations underlying the physics, transport, and dynamics of spin in solid-state systems. The authors’ contributions relating to the mechanics of deformable bodies deal with applications of numeric and analytic solutions/models for solid-state structures under deformation. Key Features:Issues in solid-state physics, Lagrangian quantum mechanics,Quantum and thermal behavior of HCP crystals,Thermoelectric properties of semiconductors,Bulk metallic glasses and metastable atomic density determination,Applications of spintronics and Heusler alloys, 2D elastostatic, mathematical modeling and dynamic stiffness methods on deformable bodies.

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