Indra Vir Singh focuses on Structural engineering, Stress intensity factor, Extended finite element method, Classification of discontinuities and Boundary value problem. Paris' law is the focus of her Structural engineering research. Her Stress intensity factor study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Discontinuity and Material properties.
Her research integrates issues of Partition of unity and Mechanics, Computer simulation in her study of Extended finite element method. Her work in Classification of discontinuities covers topics such as Degrees of freedom which are related to areas like Polygon, Face and Displacement. Her studies examine the connections between Boundary value problem and genetics, as well as such issues in Lagrange multiplier, with regards to Geometry, Weight function and Applied mathematics.
Her primary areas of investigation include Extended finite element method, Finite element method, Structural engineering, Stress intensity factor and Composite material. Her Extended finite element method research integrates issues from von Mises yield criterion, Stress, Work, Computer simulation and Creep. Her work carried out in the field of Finite element method brings together such families of science as Lagrange multiplier and Mathematical analysis, Boundary value problem, Ramp function.
Indra Vir Singh combines subjects such as Geometry and Heat transfer with her study of Mathematical analysis. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mechanics and Classification of discontinuities. Her research investigates the link between Stress intensity factor and topics such as Heaviside step function that cross with problems in Stress field and Singularity.
Her primary scientific interests are in Extended finite element method, Mechanics, Finite element method, Continuum damage mechanics and Composite material. Her Extended finite element method study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Structural engineering. The Mechanics study combines topics in areas such as Edge, Work, Stress intensity factor and Displacement.
Her Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Applied mathematics, Degrees of freedom and Fracture. The concepts of her Composite material study are interwoven with issues in Thermo elastic and Orthotropic material. Her studies in Paris' law integrate themes in fields like Ultimate tensile strength, Ductility, Tension and Fatigue limit.
Indra Vir Singh mostly deals with Extended finite element method, Finite element method, Continuum damage mechanics, Structural engineering and Mechanics. Her studies deal with areas such as State variable and Work as well as Extended finite element method. Her Finite element method research incorporates elements of Volume fraction, Algorithm and Classification of discontinuities.
Her work deals with themes such as Homogenization, Applied mathematics and Strain energy, which intersect with Volume fraction. Indra Vir Singh regularly links together related areas like Smoothed finite element method in her Structural engineering studies. The various areas that she examines in her Mechanics study include Paris' law, Stress, Stress intensity factor and Degrees of freedom.
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The numerical simulation of fatigue crack growth using extended finite element method
I.V. Singh;B.K. Mishra;S. Bhattacharya;R.U. Patil.
International Journal of Fatigue (2012)
Numerical simulation of functionally graded cracked plates using NURBS based XIGA under different loads and boundary conditions
Gagandeep Bhardwaj;I.V. Singh;B.K. Mishra;T.Q. Bui.
Composite Structures (2015)
Meshless element free Galerkin method for unsteady nonlinear heat transfer problems
Akhilendra Singh;Indra Vir Singh;Ravi Prakash.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2007)
Fatigue crack growth simulations of interfacial cracks in bi-layered FGMs using XFEM
S. Bhattacharya;I. V. Singh;B. K. Mishra;T. Q. Bui.
Computational Mechanics (2013)
A numerical solution of composite heat transfer problems using meshless method
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2004)
HEAT TRANSFER ANALYSIS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL FINS USING MESHLESS ELEMENT FREE GALERKIN METHOD
I. V. Singh;K. Sandeep;Ravi Prakash.
Numerical Heat Transfer Part A-applications (2003)
An adaptive multiscale phase field method for brittle fracture
R.U. Patil;B.K. Mishra;I.V. Singh.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2018)
Effect of interface on the thermal conductivity of carbon nanotube composites
Indra Vir Singh;Masataka Tanaka;Morinobu Endo.
International Journal of Thermal Sciences (2007)
Fatigue crack growth simulations of 3-D problems using XFEM
Himanshu Pathak;Akhilendra Singh;Indra Vir Singh.
International Journal of Mechanical Sciences (2013)
Stochastic fatigue crack growth simulation of interfacial crack in bi-layered FGMs using XIGA
G. Bhardwaj;I.V. Singh;B.K. Mishra.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (2015)
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