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R Jose Immanuel

Assistant Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bhilai
Tel: +91 9600983877

Areas of Interest

  • Material processing for enhanced performance
    • Light weight alloys
    • Composite materials
    • Advanced materials for extreme environment
  • Development of novel material
    • Severe Plastic Deformation
    • Additive Manufacturing
    • Conventional casting
    • Other thermo-mechanical routes
  • Structure-Property-Manufacturablity Correlationship
    • Microstructural characterisation
    • Crystallographic texture
    • Deformation behavior
    • Tribological performance
    • Machinability and formability
      • Macro and micro domains


  • M.S. & Ph.D., 2017, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, TN, India
  • B.E., 2012, University College of Engineering Panruti (Anna University), TN, India

Professional Experience

  • March 2017 - September 2017, Institute Pre-Doctoral Fellow at Indian Institute of Technology Madras, TN, India
  • September 2017 - March 2018, Post-Doctoral Researcher at Indian Institute of Technology Madras, TN, India

Selected Publications

  1. R.J. Immanuel, S.K. Panigrahi, Deformation Behaviour of Ultrafine Grained A356 Material Processed by Cryorolling and Development of Johnson–Cook Model, Materials Science and Engineering: A (Elsevier) vol. 712, pp. 747-756.
  2. R.J. Immanuel, S.K. Panigrahi, G. Racineux and S. Marya, Investigation on the crashworthiness of ultrafine grained A356 sheets and validation of Hall-Petch relationship at high strain-rate deformation, Materials Science and Engineering: A (Elsevier), vol. 701, 2017, pp. 226–236.
  3. R. J. Immanuel and S. K. Panigrahi, Influence of initial microstructure on the microstructural stability and mechanical behavior of cryorolled A356 alloy subjected to annealing, Metallurgical and Materials Transaction: A (Springer), vol. 48A, 2017, pp. 3852–3868.
  4. S. Meenia, F. Khan MD, S. Babu, R. J. Immanuel, S. K. Panigrahi, and G. D. Janaki Ram, Particle refinement and fine-grain formation leading to enhanced mechanical behaviour in a hypo-eutectic Al–Si alloy subjected to multi-pass friction stir processing, Materials Characterization (Elsevier), vol. 113, 2016, pp. 134–143.
  5. S. K. Singh, R. J. Immanuel, S. Babu, S. K. Panigrahi, and G. D. Janaki Ram, Influence of multi-pass friction stir processing on wear behaviour and machinability of an Al-Si hypoeutectic A356 alloy, Journal of Materials Processing Technology (Elsevier), vol. 236, 2016, pp. 252–262.

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