Dr. Harjit Singh
Dr. Harjit Singh did his Bachelor and Masters degree in Mathematics from Panjab University, Chandigarh and doctorate (Ph. D.) in Applied Mathematics from National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur on the topic “Three dimensional free vibrations in thermoelastic cylinderical structures”. He has 24 years of teaching experience.
24 Years in Teaching
B.Sc , M.Sc , Ph.D.
- Modeling of Thermoelastic Damping and Frequency shift of Vibrations in a Transversely Isotropic Solid Cylinder, Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures, 77 (3), 245-265, 2011.
- Vibration Analysis of a Transversely Isotropic Hollow Cylinder by Using the Matrix Frobenius Method, Journal of Thermal stresses, 34(9), 934-957, 2011.
- Free Vibration Analysis of an Eccentric Thermoelastic Hollow Cylinder, Journal of Thermal Stresses, 35 (11), 976-999, 2012
- Thermoelastic Damping of Vibrations in a Transversely Isotropic Hollow Cylinder, AMAE International Journal on Production and Industrial Engineering, 3(1),1-7. 2012
- Mathematical Modeling of Waves in a Homogeneous Thermoelastic Eccentric Hollow Cylinder, Proceedings in National Conferences on Advances in Mathematics & its Applications, (AMA-2013) Excellent Publishing Services, New Delhi, 16-23, 2013
- Modeling and Analysis of 3D Free Vibrations OF Thermoelastic Eccentric Hollow Cylinder, IMRF International Research Journal of Mathematical Sciences, 3(1), 161-169. 2014
- A Comparative Study of HPMT and HPM for solving non linear equations, Mathematical Ascent Compilation for UGC sponsored National Seminar on Application of advanced mathematics to Business Management and Financial sector and emerging area of research, 125,2014
- Mathematical modeling of a thermoelastic disk with elliptical inner and circular outer surfaces, Proceedings in International Conferences on Exploring Basic & Applied Sciences for Next Generation Frontiers, (EBAS-2014) Elsevier, 297-300, 2014.
- Thermoelastic waves in rotating cylindrical panel by using matrix Fröbenius method, Romanian journal of mathematics and computer science, 5(1), 2015