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Papers in Refereed Journals

1.      Kurra, S., & Regalla, S. P. (2014). Experimental and numerical studies on formability of extra-deep drawing steel in incremental sheet metal forming. Journal of Materials Research and Technology, 3(2), 158-171.

2.      Kurra, S., Bagade, S. D., & Regalla, S. P. (2014). Deformation Behavior of Extra Deep Drawing Steel in Single Point Incremental Forming. Materials and Manufacturing Processes, (In Press).

3.      Kurra, S., Nasih, H.R., Regalla, S.P., Gupta, A.K. (2015). Parametric study and multi-objective optimization in single-point incremental forming of extra deep drawing steel sheets. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, (In Press)

4.      Kurra, S., Nasih, H.R., Regalla, S.P., Gupta, A.K. (2015). Modeling and optimization of surface roughness in single point incremental forming process. Journal of Materials Research and Technology, 4(3), 304-313.

5.      Kurra, S., & Regalla, S. P. (2015). Multi-objective optimization of single point incremental sheet forming using Taguchi based grey relational analysis. Int. J. Materials Engineering Innovation, 6(1), 74-90.

6.      Kurra, S., & Regalla, S. P. (2012). Simulation of forces and strains in single point incremental forming process.Int. Journal of Machining and forming technologies, 6(2), 79-98.

7.      Suresh, K., Khan, A., & Regalla, S. P. (2013). Tool Path Definition for Numerical Simulation of Single Point Incremental Forming. Procedia Engineering, 64, 536-545.

8.      Surech, K., & Regalla, S. P. (2014). Effect of Time Scaling and Mass Scaling in Numerical Simulation of Incremental Forming. Applied Mechanics and Materials, 612,105-110.

9.      Suresh, K., & Regalla, S. P. (2014). Analysis of Formability in Single Point Incremental Forming Using Finite Element Simulations. Procedia Materials Science, 6, 430-435.

10.  Suresh, K., & Regalla, S. P. (2014). Effect of Mesh Parameters in Finite Element Simulation of Single Point Incremental Sheet Forming. Process.Procedia Materials Science, 6, 376-382.

Papers published in Conference Proceedings

1.      Suresh, K., & Regalla, S. P. (2014). Formability of extra deep drawn steel in single point incremental forming. AIP Conference Proceedings 1567 (1), 856-859.

2.      Suresh, K., Regalla, S.P.,  Anudeep A.V.V.N., Suri S.S.M. (2012). Effect of Toolpath on Thinning In Negative Incremental Forming Process. 4th International and 24th AIMTDR Conference, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Dec 14-16, 2012

3.      Suresh, K., & Regalla, S. P. (2012). Modeling and Simulation of Asymmetric Incremental Sheet Metal Forming: A Review. Proceedings of the International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterization, March 8-10, 2012, GRIET, Hyderabad, India, pp. 25-30

4.      Suresh, K., & Regalla, S. P., Rogelio Pérez-Santiago. (2014). Study on Influence of Process parameters in Incremental Forming using Finite Element Simulations and Taguhi Orthogonal Arrays. Advances in Materials & Processing Technology Conference, Nov. 17-20, 2014, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Shashank ChoudharyChiruvolu Mohan TejeshSrinivasa Prakash Regalla and Kurra Suresh, (2013) “Parametric analysis of plastic strain and force distribution in single pass metal spinning”, AIP Proceedings. Vol. 1567, p. 1069  

Sur   Suresh, K., & Regalla, S. P. (2015). Digital fabrication in sheet metal forming : Incremental forming. International symposium on digital fabrication, March. 2-3, 2015, IIT Hyderabad, Hyderabad.

K. Suresh, D. Kondaiah and P.V. Rao, (2005) “Wear modeling of hard turning using ceramic tools” Proceedings of the National Conference on Technological Advancements in Mechanical Engineering (TAME-2005), organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology, pp.73-78, December 2-3,  Hyderabad, India.

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