Santanu Das
Santanu Das
Professor and Former Head of Mechanical Engineering Department, Kalyani Government Engineering
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Estimating the effect of cutting parameters on surface finish and power consumption during high speed machining of AISI 1045 steel using Taguchi design and ANOVA
A Bhattacharya, S Das, PC Majumder, A Batish
Production Engineering: Research and Development 3 (1), 31-40, 2009
An investigation on the anti-loosening characteristics of threaded fasteners under vibratory conditions
A Bhattacharya, A Sen, S Das
Journal of Mechanism and Machine Theory 45 (8), 1215-1225, 2010
Evaluation of wear of turning carbide inserts using neural networks
S Das, R Roy, AB Chattopadhyay
International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 36 (7), 789-797, 1996
Force parameters for on-line tool wear estimation: a neural network approach
S Das, AB Chattopadhyay, ASR Murthy
Neural networks 9 (9), 1639-1645, 1996
Neural-networks-based tool wear monitoring in turning medium carbon steel using a coated carbide tool
S Das, PP Bandyopadhyay, AB Chattopadhyay
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 63 (1-3), 187-192, 1997
Development of a grinding fluid delivery technique and its performance evaluation
B Mandal, R Singh, S Das, S Banerjee
Materials and Manufacturing Processes 27 (4), 436-442, 2012
A review on different cladding techniques employed to resist corrosion
MK Saha, S Das
Journal of the Association of Engineers 86 (1-2), 51-63, 2016
Optimization of Drilling Parameters to Minimize Burr by Providing Back-up Support on Aluminium Alloy
S Kundu, S Das, PP Saha
Procedia Engineering 97 (C), 230-240, 2014
Improving grinding performance by controlling air flow around a grinding wheel
B Mandal, R Singh, S Das, S Banerjee
International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 51 (9), 670-676, 2011
Application of the analytic hierarchy process for estimating the state of tool wear
S Das, AB Chattopadhyay
International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 43 (1), 1-6, 2003
Influence of heat input on weld bead geometry using duplex stainless steel wire electrode on low alloy steel specimens
A Mondal, M Kumar Saha, R Hazra, S Das
Cogent Engineering 3 (1), 1143598/1-14, 2016
Formation of a significantly less stiff air-layer around a grinding wheel pasted with rexine leather
B Mandal, S Majumdar, S Das, S Banerjee
International Journal of Precision Technology 2 (1), 12-20, 2011
Investigation of structural network and mechanical properties of Titanium silicon nitride (TiSiN) thin films
S Guha, S Das, A Bandyopadhyay, S Das, BP Swain
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 731, 347-353, 2018
Experimental investigation on enhancing grindability using alkaline-based fluid for grinding Ti-6Al-4V
M Mukhopadhyay, PK Kundu, S Das
Materials and Manufacturing Processes 33 (16), 1775-1781, 2018
An Investigation on Turning Hardened Steel Using Different Tool Inserts
K Mondal, S Das, B Mandal, D Sarkar
Materials and Manufacturing Processes 31 (13), 1770-1781, 2016
A simple approach for on-line tool wear monitoring using the analytic hierarchy process
S Das, R Islam, AB Chattopadhyay
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of …, 1997
Observation of drilling burr and finding out the condition for minimum burr formation
N Mondal, BS Sardar, RN Halder, S Das
International Journal of Manufacturing Engineering 2014, 208293/1-12, 2014
Effect of Heat Input on Geometry of Austenitic Stainless Steel Weld Bead on Low Carbon Steel
MK Saha, R Hazra, A Mondal, S Das
Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series C 100 (4), 607-615, 2019
Abrasive jet system and its various applications in abrasive jet machining, erosion testing, shot-peening, and fast cleaning
B Haldar, T Ghara, R Ansari, S Das, P Saha
Materials Today: Proceedings 5 (5), 13061-13068, 2018
Gas metal arc weld cladding and its anti-corrosive performance-a brief review
MK Saha, S Das
Athens Journal of Technology and Engineering 5 (2), 155-174, 2018
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