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Dr Yuvraj K. Madhukar

Position: Research Associate

Office: Earl Mountbatten Building G.24

Telephone: 0131 451 3105

E-mail: y.madhukar@hw.ac.uk

 

 

 

Biography

Yuvra K Madhukar is currently working in the area of ‘Process control of laser hybrid additive manufacturing’. He received his PhD in 2016 from department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India. His PhD research involved investigation of coaxial water-jet assisted laser material processing in various modalities. He had also hold a position of Senior Research Fellow for the industrial project named “Development of underwater laser material process” in the same institute during 2010–2013. He obtained his M.Tech. degree in Design & Production Engineering in 2010 from National Institute of Technology, Durgapur, India. During his stay here he worked in the area of laser welding. He has co-authored several journal and conference papers in the area of laser processing like laser paint ablation, laser grooving of silicon and cutting of engineering interest materials.

 

Selected Publications

  1. Yuvraj K. Madhukar, Suvradip Mullick, Ashish K. Nath, A study on co-axial water-jet assisted fiber laser grooving of silicon, Journal of Material Processing Technology, 227 (2016) 200–215.

  2. 2. Yuvraj K. Madhukar, Suvradip Mullick, Ashish K. Nath, An investigation on co-axial water-jet assisted fiber laser cutting of metal sheets, Optics and Lasers in Engineering, 77 (2016) 203–218

  3. Yuvraj K. Madhukar, Suvradip Mullick, Dinesh K. Shukla, Shailesh Kumar, Ashish K. Nath, Effect of laser operating mode in paint removal with a fiber laser, Applied Surface Science, 264 (2013) 892–901.

  4. Yuvraj K. Madhukar, Suvradip Mullick, Ashish K. Nath, Development of a water-jet assisted laser paint removal process, Applied Surface Science, 286 (2013) 192–205.

 

 

 

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