Aneet Narendranath

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Biography

Aneet Narendranath is a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Technological University. He received his Master's degree and PhD in Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics at Michigan Technological University in 2009 and 2013 respectively. His doctoral dissertation was titled "Influence of Mechanical and Thermal Boundary Conditions on Stabilizing/Destabilizing Mechanisms in Evaporating Liquid Films."

Dr. Narendranath's research focus is in the area of analytical and numerical methods for the creation of predictive design tools for energy/thermal/fluid science systems. His pedagogic interests are in energy/thermal/fluid sciences, differential equations. He occasionally uses the flipped classroom approach in addition to applying cooperative learning/teaching methods. 

Links of Interest

Pedagogic Interests

  • Classical Mechanics
  • Numerical methods for differential equations
  • Symbolic solution packages

Research Interests

  • Numerical solutions and applications to engineering of non-linear partial differential equations
  • Low Reynolds Number fluid physics

Recent Publications

  • Narendranath A.D., Deshpande P.P., Kolati M., Manjunath D.S., "Using Finite Element Methods to Calculate the Deflection of an Orifice Plate Subject to Uniform Pressure Distribution", ASEE Conference 2016
  • Narendranath, A.D., 2016. Dynamics of thin liquid films on a porous substrate in zero gravity. arXiv preprint arXiv:1605.08173. Read More
  • Narendranath, A.D., Hermanson, J.C., Struthers, A., Kolkka, R., Allen, J.S., 2014, "The Effect of Gravity on the Stability of an Evaporating Liquid Film," Journal of Microgravity Science and Technology, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 189-199, doi:10.1007/s12217-014-9395-8
  • Narendranath, A.D., Kimball, J., Hermanson, J.C., and Allen, J.S., 2012, "Manifestation of Instability Mechanisms in Liquid Films," Journal of Heat Transfer, Vol. 134, Paper No. 080908, 1 page, doi:10.1115/1.4006722