题目：Modeling and characterization at multiple scales in machining
Dr. Shivpuri has been a faculty at OSU since 1986. At OSU, Dr. Shivpuri has won the 1997 Harrison Faculty Award for Excellence in Engineering Education and several Lumley Research Awards. Dr. Shivpuri has advised over 100 master theses and doctoral dissertations, and published over 300 research articles in refereed publications. Dr. Shivpuri is elected fellow of ASM International, ASME, CIRP (International Academy for Production Engineering) and SME. Dr. Shivpuri was the 2001 President of NAMRI (North American Manufacturing Research Institute). He is a Magnet Professor with the FIA (Forging Industry Education and Research Foundation), and is active in professional and trade associations such as AIST (Association of Iron and Steel Technology), ITA (International Titanium Association), NADCA (North American Die Casting Association).
Research Areas (selected examples)
Area 1: Development of Innovative Processes
Novel Casting Process for Carbon Modified Hyper-Eutectic Al-Si alloy for forging Wear Resistant parts
Advanced net shaped manufacturing of forged steel pistons
Glass lubricated extrusion of titanium shapes
Area 2: Integrated Process & Material Design
Eliminating defects in powder compaction and extrusion
Material evolution models for hot deformation of superalloys
Area 3: Intelligent Process Design & Control
SmartSmith: A real time inspection based prediction and control system for intelligent forging
Area 4: Process design for reduced failure risk
Inclusion based design of material systems for reduced risk.
Probabilistic process design for fracture critical parts
Design and control of die casting process for reduced porosity in automotive cylinder blocks