Bonded Structural Joints Using Reversible Adhesives
About this Event
This webinar will address different design and engineering aspects included in the development of reversible adhesives and bonded joints using electromagnetic induction heating technique. Some of the interesting applications of this novel joining technique will also be presented. Further, an overview of an experimentally validated computational model will be presented that accounts for the process induced residual stresses.
Dr. Suhail Hyder Vattathurvalappi
Dr. Suhail Hyder Vattathurvalappil is an assistant professor in the department of aerospace engineering at King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals. He joined KFUPM from Michigan state university, where he focused on structural joining’s, additive manufacturing and green composites applied to automotive and aerospace vehicles. Dr. Suhail completed his PhD from michigan state university and subsequently worked as a postdoctoral research associate at composite vehicle research center, michigan. He obtained his master’s degree in aerospace structures from Institut Superieur de l’aeronautique et de l’espace (ISAE) and bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from Anna university. His current research at KFUPM focuses on renewable materials and sustainable manufacturing techniques for smart and eco-friendly structures.