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Anand Balu Nellippallil

Program

Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering

Admission Year

2014

Education

B.Tech, Production Engineering, University of Calicut, 2012

M.Tech, Materials Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, 2014

Research Interests & Objectives

  • Integrated Realization of Engineered Materials, Products and Associated Manufacturing Processes
  • Systems Design
  • Mathematical Modeling of Material Processing

Mentors at OU

Dr. Farrokh Mistree and Dr. Janet K. Allen (Co-advisors)

Select Publications

Nellippallil, A.B., Song, K.N., Goh, C.‐H., Zagade, P., Gautham, B.P., Allen, J.K., Mistree, F., 2016, "A Goal‐Oriented, Sequential, Inverse Design Method for the Horizontal Integration of a Multi‐Stage Hot Rod Rolling System," Submitted for review to the ASME Journal of Mechanical Design

Nellippallil, A.B., Song, K.N., Goh, C.‐H., Zagade, P., Gautham, B.P., Allen, J.K., Mistree, F., 2016, "A Goal Oriented, Sequential Process Design of a Multi‐Stage Hot Rod Rolling System," in ASME 2016 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Charlotte, NC, Paper Number DETC2016‐59402

Nellippallil, A.B., De, P.S., Gupta, A., Goyal, S., Singh, A.K., 2016, "Hot Rolling of a Non‐heat Treatable Aluminum Alloy: Thermo‐Mechanical and Microstructure Evolution Model," Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals, doi:10.1007/s12666‐016‐0935‐3

Nellippallil, A.B., Song, K.N., Goh, C-H., Zagade, P., Gautham, B.P., Allen, J.K., Mistree, F., 2016, “A Goal Oriented, Sequential Process Design of a Multi-Stage Hot Rod Rolling System”, Submitted for review to the ASME Design Automation Conference (IDETC 2016)

Nellippallil, A.B., Goh, C-H., Shukla, R., Ardham, S., Allen, J.K., Mistree, F., 2015, “An Inductive Method for the Exploration of Solution Space for Studying Thermo-Mechanical Behavior of AA5083 Aluminum Alloy during Hot Rolling”, Submitted to ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering

Nellippallil, A.B., Singh, A.K., Goyal, S., Gupta, A., and De, P.S., 2013, “Integrated Thermo-Mechanical and Microstructure Evolution Model for Hot Rolling Process”, 51st National Metallurgical Day and 67th Annual Technical Meeting of the Indian Institute of Metals, Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi, India

Gupta, A., Goyal, S., Nellippallil, A.B., Padmanabhan, K.A., Singh, A.K., 2014, “Multiscale Integrated Model-Guided Process Design: To quantify the effects of Inclusions on the Properties of Steel Sheet”, 1st International Workshop on Software Solutions for Integrated Computational Materials Engineering, Rolduc Abbey/ Aachen

Nellippallil, A.B., Singh, A.K., Goyal, S., Gupta, A., and De, P.S., 2014, “Thermo-Mechanical and Microstructure Evolution during Hot Rolling”, 52nd National Metallurgical Day and 68th Annual Technical Meeting of the Indian Institute of Metals, College of Engineering, Pune, India

Nellippallil, A.B., Goh, C-H., Shukla, R., Ardham, S., Allen, J.K., Mistree, F., 2015, “An Inductive Method for the Exploration of Solution Space for Studying Thermo-Mechanical Behavior of AA5083 Aluminum Alloy during Hot Rolling”, Poster presented at 53 National Metallurgists’ Day-International Symposium on “Vision 2025 - Global Challenges & Opportunities in Steel Industry” and  69th Annual Technical Meeting of the Indian Institute of Metals New Horizons in Materials Processing and Applications, Coimbatore, India

Nellippallil, A.B., Singh, A.K., Goyal, S., Gupta, A., and De, P.S., 2014, “Modelling of Hot Rolling Process-An Integrated Thermo-Mechanical and Microstructure Evolution Model”, Poster accepted for  International Conference on Emerging Materials and Processes-2014, IMMT Bhubaneswar, India

Awards & Honors

  • First prize, OU Gallogly College of Engineering Graduate Research Poster Fair 2016
  • Frank Chuck Mechanical Engineering Scholarship, School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, 2016-17
  • Third Place in School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student Poster Fair 2016, University of Oklahoma
  • Winner of Project Competition - AME5740.002 Design Theory and Methods, School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Oklahoma
  • Awarded Best Course Project for AME5283-Concurrent Design and Manufacturing, School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, University of Oklahoma
  • Second Place in School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Poster Fair 2014, University of Oklahoma
  • Silver Medal for Best Academic Performance, IIT Bhubaneswar, 2014
  • University First Rank, University of Calicut, 2012
  • Ministry of Human Resource Development Scholarship, School of Minerals, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, IIT Bhubaneswar, 2012-2014
  • Central Sector Scheme of Scholarships, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), 2008-2012
  • All India Rank 156 in Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), 2012

Job History & Relevant Experiences

Graduate Research Assistant, Systems Realization Laboratory at OU (SRL@OU), University of Oklahoma, 2014-Present

Research Intern, Tata Research Development and Design Centre, Pune, May-July, 2015

Graduate Assistant, Indian Institute of Technology Bhubaneswar, 2012-2014

Project Intern, Tata Research Development and Design Centre, Pune, December, 2013

Summer Intern, Tata Research Development and Design Centre, Pune, May-August, 2013

Project Trainee, FACT Engineering and Design Organization (FEDO), Kochi, 2011-12

Expected Graduation Semester

Spring 2017

Academic & Career Goals

Anand plans to complete his doctoral studies by Spring 2017. In the future, he plans to become a professor because of the opportunity that the profession offers to be a learner throughout life and also the chance it offers to empower the future students to meet their potentials.

Country of Origin

Thrissur, Kerala, India

Graduate student life at OU has been the most exciting part of my life so far. The best part of it is that we are always on our toes to accomplish tasks and move forward to meet our end goals. The whole experience has changed me a lot, starting from the way I perceive things to the way I deliver it. In essence, graduate student life makes you independent and strong while laying a perfect foundation for your future endeavors in life.

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Contact Information

anand.balu@ou.edu

Office: CEC 218