Ram V. Mohan

TitleProfessor

DepartmentJoint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

Phone336-285-2867

Fax336-500-0115

Emailrvmohan@ncat.edu

OfficeJSNN
Room: 208E

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Ram V. Mohan

Education

Ph D: Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota-Duluth, 1998

MS: Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1990

MS: Mechanical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1987

BS: Mechanical Engineering, University of Madras, 1985


Research Interests

Computational Multi-Physics/Multi-Scale Modeling and Simulations in Engineering and Physical Applications from Material Chemistry to Micro and Engineering Scales and Verifications and Validations with Experimental Techniques; Computational Mechanics, Nanomechanics, Material Sciences; Low-Length Scale Experimental Characterization, Deformation and Failure of Nanostructures and nanomaterials; Processing, Mechanics, Characterization, and Computational Modeling of Composite and Nanoengineered Material Systems, Computational Modeling of Bio and Nano Systems, Interfaces, and Interactions; Transport Phenomena: Flow and Thermal Behavior during Composite Material Processing and in Fibrous Porous Media; Physics based Composite Process Modeling Simulations, Process Optimization with Experimental Investigations by Resin Transfer Molding (RTM), Vacuum Assisted Resin Transfer Molding (VARTM), and Liquid Composite Molding (LCM) Processes; High Performance, Scalable Scientific Computing and Engineering Product Visualization; Engineering Education.


Recent Publications

Sofiah,  A.G.N.  Samykano,  M.  Kadirgama,  K.  Mohan,  Ram  Lah,  N.A.C  ( 2018).  Review - Metallic Nanowires: Mechanical Properties - Theory and Experiment.  ( 11,  pp. 320-337).   Applied Materials Today.

Murillo,  John   Mohan,  Ram  Mohamed,  Ahmed  ( 2018).  Constitutive Material Models for High Strain Rate Behavior of Cementitious Materials from Material Chemistry - Molecular Dynamics Modeling Metholodgy with Illustrative Application to Hydrated Calcium Silcate Hydrate Jennite.  In S. Gopalakrishnan and Y. Rajapakse,  Blast Mitigation Strategies in Marine Composite and Sandwich Structures    Springer Transactions in Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Grama,  Srinivas  Nagaraja,  Abhilash  Gururaja,  Suhasini  Mohan,  Ram  ( 2018).  Effect of Process Induced Variations on Machining Characteristics of a Model Epoxy Resin System.    Machining Science and Technology.

Padilla-Espinosa,  Ingrid  Hodo,  Wayne  Rivas-Murillo,  John  Rajendaran,  A  Mohan,  Ram  ( 2017).  Constitutive Stiffness Characteristics of Cement Paste as a Multiphase Composite System - A Molecular Dynamics Based Model.  ( 041007-1,  139,  ).   Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology.

Rivas-Murillo,  John  Mohamed,  Ahmed  Hodo,  Wayne  Mohan,  Ram  Rajendaran,  A  Valisetty,  R  ( 2017).  A Molecular Dynamics Investigation of Hydrostatic Compression Characteristics of Mineral Jennite.  ( 99,  pp. 62-69).   Cement and Concrete Research.

Rhinehardt,  K  Vance,  S  Mohan,  Ram  Sandros,  M  Srinivas,  G  ( 2017).  Molecular modeling and SPRi investigations of interleukin 6 (IL6) protein and DNA aptamers..  ( DOI: 10.1080/07391102.2017.1338619 ,  pp. 1-14).   Journal of biomolecular structure & dynamics.

Nelms,  Matt  Hodo,  Wayne  Rajendaran,  A  Mohan,  Ram  ( 2017).  Shock Wave Propagation in Cementitious Materials at Micro/Meso Scales.  ( 120009,  1793,  ).   American Institute of Physics.

Wang,  G  Yu,  D  Mohan,  Ram  Gbewonyou,  S  Zhang,  Lifeng  ( 2016).  A Comparative Study of Nanoscale Glass Filler Reinforced Epoxy Composites: Electrospun Nanofiber vs Nanoparticle.  ( 129,  pp. 19 - 29).   Composites Science and Technology.

Wang,  Guolong  Yu,  Demei  Mohan,  Ram  Gbewonyo,  Spero  Zhang,  Lifeng  ( 2016).  A comparative study of nanoscale glass filler reinforced epoxy composites: Electrospun nanofiber vs nanoparticle. .  ( 129,  pp. 19-29).   Composite Science and Technology.