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Dr. Jayashree Baral

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Name       :       Dr. Jayashree Baral

Designation

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

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Office: Department of MME, MANIT, Bhopal

Residence: Type-IV/35, MANIT Campus, MANIT, Bhopal

9437569034

jayshree2k4@gmail.com

Date of Birth

13/07/1984

Educational Qualification

B.Tech, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (NIT Rourkela), 2006

M.Tech, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (IIT Kharagpur), 2011

PhD, High Temperature Creep Behavior of Welded P91B Steel (IIT Kharagpur),2017

Experience

  1. 1 Academic year as Assistant Professor (Temporary faculty) in the department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering at NIT Jamshedpur during 31/07/2017 to 31/05/2018
  2. 1 Semester as Assistant Professor (Temporary faculty) in the department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering at MANIT Bhopal during23/07/2018 to 31/10/2018
  3. Assistant Professor in the department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering at NIT Srinagar during 01/11/2018 to 31/01/2019

Specialization

High temperature mechanical behavior of materials, fracture

Publication

  1. J. Baral, J. Swaminathan, D. Chakrabarti, R.N. Ghosh, “Creep Behavior of P91B Steel in the Presence of a Weld Joint” Materials Science and Engineering: A, 631 (2015) 220-229.
  2. J. Baral, J. Swaminathan, D. Chakrabarti, R.N. Ghosh, “Effect of welding on creep damage evolution in P91B steel. Journal of Nuclear Materials490, .(2017), 333–343
  3. J.Baral, J.Swaminathan, R.N.Ghosh, “Creep Behaviour of 9CrMoNbV (P91) steel having a small amount of boron” Proceedia Engineering, 55 (2013) 88-92.
  4. J. Swaminathan, C. R. Das, J Baral, C. Phaniraj, R. N. Ghosh, S. K. Albert, & A. K. Bhaduri. Creep Strength Behavior of Boron Added P91 Steel and It’s Weld in the Temperature Range of 600‐650° C. Energy Materials 2014, 111-121.

International Conference.

Baral, J., Chakrabarti, D., Ghosh, R. N., & Swaminathan, J. (2016). Modeling interaction between creep deformation and oxidation of P91B steel. In Proceedings of the seventh international conference on creep, fatigue and creep-fatigue interaction.

Member of professional bodies

NA

Country Visited

Nagasaki, Japan, 2013, for International conference on Life/ Defect Assessment & Failures in High Temperature Plant (HIDA-6)

Achievements/ Awards

  1. Best poster presentation award in Research Scholar Day symposium 2012 of MME Dept., IIT Kharagpur
  2. Best poster presentation award in Research Scholar Day symposium  2014 of MME Dept., IIT Kharagpur
  3. Best poster presentation award in Research Scholar Day symposium 2015 of MME Dept., IIT Kharagpur

Number of P.G. Projects guided

NA

Project/ Consultancy undertaken
 

NA

Administrative work done

NA

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Experimental Skill Acquired

  1. Material Testing : Creep /Stress Rupture Testing, Tensile testing, Oxidation test
  2. Material Characterization: Metallographic Preparation, Electro polishing, XRD, Optical, SEM, TEM (Thin foil, Replica method), Dilatometer, Hardness, EBSD

Scientific Equipment Handle

  1. Creep test (MAYES constant load creep testing machine , Model TC 30)
  2. Tensile Testing (Instron 8862 servo electrical material test system)
  3. Scanning Electron Microscopy (Hitachi S3400N)
  4. Optical Microscope (Leica DM600M)
  5. Field Emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscopy (FEI Quanta 250)
  6. Vickers micro-hardness tester (Micromet 5103, Buehler Ltd., Lake Bluff, IL, USA)
  7. High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope EM – 2100 HRTEM, Make – JEOL, Japan.
  8. Dilatometer (Misura, Expert System Solution) LCR meter (Hioki 3532-50, Japan)