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 Dr. Abhilash
                Chandy’s Webpage Associate Professor, Mechanical


Academic Background

Dr. Abhilash Chandy
              received his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering
              from National Institute of Technology (N.I.T.), Trichy,
              India in May 2000. He pursued his Masters in Aerospace
              Engineering at University of Florida in Gainesville,
              Florida, until August 2002, where he worked on shock-tube
              experiments studying various properties such as ignition
              delays and shock-impact characteristics of high-energy
              density fuel mixtures. He received his Doctoral degree in
              Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University in West
              Lafayette, Indiana, in May 2007. During this period, he
              worked on developing numerical methods to investigate
              several combustion phenomena such as turbulent flame
              extinction/reignition, radiation and soot, using large
              eddy simulation (LES) and probability density function
              (PDF) methodologies. He also worked as an intern at
              ANSYS-FLUENT, for three summers from 2004-2006. After
              completing his PhD program, he continued to work as a
              post-doctoral researcher at Purdue for over a year, during
              which he worked on modeling plasma reactors for waste
              incineration and developed high fidelity fast-Fourier
              transform (FFT)-based spectral methods to solve the
              incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in a homogenous
              turbulence environment. In August of 2008, he joined the
              Mechanical Engineering department of University of Akron,
              Akron, Ohio, as a tenure-track Assistant Professor. http://www.nitt.edu/ http://www.ufl.edu/ http://www.purdue.edu/ http://www.fluent.com/ http://www.fftw.org/ http://www.uakron.edu/ shapeimage_4_link_0shapeimage_4_link_1shapeimage_4_link_2shapeimage_4_link_3shapeimage_4_link_4shapeimage_4_link_5

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