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Journal of Advances in Applied Mathematics
Prof. Kumar K. Tamma,  University of Minnesota, USA
Department of Mechanical Engineering
College of Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis
Minnesota 55455
USA
Research Interests
Major research interests encompass the development/applicability of interdisciplinary finite-element modeling/analysis methodologies and architectures for structure/thermal/fluid interactions in the general area of computational mechanics; manufacturing applications; computational methods, algorithms, and mixed time-integration techniques for applicability to computational mechanics on supercomputer architectures; adaptive/automated finite-element developments and modeling/analysis strategies; structural/multi-body dynamics and wave propagation, nonlinear/linear solid mechanics, and large/aerospace structures; solidification and thermal stresses; computational heat transfer in composite/isotropic structures and numerical methods in thermal problems; and CAD/FEM interface and geometric modeling of engineering components/configurations.
Much of the research focuses on providing new and significant advancements in the development and applicability of computational methods and computer-aided analysis and design techniques for the simulation of practical engineering problems and those encountered in mathematics and the physical sciences.
Selected Publication List
• K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou, M. Shimada, A. Hoitink and J. Har, “Time Discretization of Equations of Motion: Overview and Conventional Practices,” Chapter in Book, Advances in Computational Dynamics, John Wiley and Sons, July 2012.
• K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou, M. Shimada, A. Hoitink and J. Har, “Time Discretization of Equations of Motion: Recent • Advances,” Chapter in Book, Advances in Computational Dynamics, John Wiley and Sons, July 2012.
• S. U. Masuri, K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and M. Sellier, “GS4-1 Computational Framework for Heat Transfer Problems: Part- 1 Linear Cases with Illustration to Thermal Shock Problem,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B, Fundamentals, 62(2-3), 157-180, 2012.
• S. U. Masuri, K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and M. Sellier, “GS4-1 Computational Framework for Heat Transfer Problems: Part- 2 Extension to Nonlinear Problems with Illustration to Radiation Heat Transfer Problem,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B Fundamentals, 62(2-3), 141-156, 2012.
• V. Wheeler, S. U. Masuri, K. K. Tamma, X. Zhou and M. Sellier, “On the Applicability of an Isochronous Integration Framework for Parabolic/Hyperbolic Heat Conduction Type Problems,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 62(5), 372-392, 2012.
• W. Lipinski, K. Daun, T. Straatman and K. K. Tamma, “Guest Editorial,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part A: Applications, 62(5), 365-366, 2012.
• X. Zhou, D. Sha and K. K. Tamma, “A New Hybrid Computational Framework and Validations for Handling Steady-State Problems with Contact Boundaries,” Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures, 19 (1-3), 144-168, March 2012.
• W. Lipinski, K. Daun, T. Straatman and K.K. Tamma, “Guest Editorial,” Numerical Heat Transfer, Part B: Applications, 62(2-3), 87-88, 2012.
• M. Shimada and K. K. Tamma, “Conserving/dissipative Algorithms and Designs for a System of N Particles: Total energy Framework and Single Field Form,” Computers and Structures, 380-405, 2012.
• J. Har and K. K. Tamma, “Advances in Computational Dynamics of Particles, Materials, and Structures,” John Wiley and Sons Inc., 2012.
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