Dr. V. Kalyanaraman

STR 201, Structural Engineering Division
+91 - 44 - 2257 4256 (O)
kalyan[at] iitm [dot] ac [dot] [in]

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Recent Publications

 V. Kalyanaraman and Rony Raj Mathew, "Computer Aided Design of Prestressed Concrete Railway Bridges", Proceeding of National Conference on Trends in Prestressed Concrete, June 1-2, 2001, IIT Madras, pp167-178. 

Kalyanaraman and R. Satish Kumar, "Structural Steel for Earthquake Resistant Design", International Conference on Civil Engineering, Bangalore, July, 2001, pp279-293.

V. Kalyanaraman, M. A. Rajeev and Rony Raj Mathew, (2001), "Object-Oriented Modelling for the Design of Railway Bridge Systems", Recent Developments in Structural Engineering, Proceedings of the Structural Engineering Convention, held from 29-31 October 2001, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, pp.593-604
U.Saravanan, Srinivasan, M. Sivakumar, V. Kalyanaraman, (2001) "A study on the design and behavior of smart antenna" , Jl. Smart Materials and Structures, pp.580-598.
N. Prasad Rao. N, Kalyanaraman,V, "Non-linear behaviour of lattice panel of angle towers" Jl. of Constructional Steel Research 57 (2001) 1337-1357 pp.1337-1357.
V. Kalyanaraman, R. Pandia Raj and Pramod Kumar Parate (2002) "Experimental study of the behaviour of GFRP stiffened and unstiffened cylindrical shells" proceedings the theme experimental techniques & testing methods held from 8-9 February 2002, National Seminar on Aerospace Structures, Bangalore, pp 379-386.
V. Kalyanaraman, (2002) "Research and Development Opportunities in Steel Construction" modern trends in steel structures held from 8-9 February 2002, at The Institution of Engineers (I), Nagpur, pp. K13-K22. 86
V. Kalyanaraman, Usha (2002) "Strength of Steel Tension Members" Proceedings of National Conference on modern trends in steel structures held from 8-9th February 2002 at The Institution of Engineers (I), Nagpur, pp.21-29



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