Department |
Department of Mathematics |

Designation |
Assistant Professor |

Educational Qualification |
Ph.D. (NIT Warangal) |

madaspra.maths@nitrr.ac.in, kpm973@gmail.com | |

Contact Number |
09575508447 |

KRISHNA PRASAD MADASU

Department |
Department of Mathematics |

Designation |
Assistant Professor |

Educational Qualification |
Ph.D. (NIT Warangal) |

madaspra.maths@nitrr.ac.in, kpm973@gmail.com | |

Contact Number |
09575508447 |

Areas of Interest

FLUID DYNAMICS

Publications

1.** M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, " Cell models for viscous fluid past a micropolar fluid spheroidal droplet ", Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 40:114 (2018).

2.** M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, " Rotational motion of micropolar fluid spheroid in concentric spheroidal container ", Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, 13(2), 107-125, 2017.

3. **M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, "Axisymmetric Stokes flow past a composite spheroidal shell ofimmiscible fluids", Eur. Phys. J. Plus 132: 469 (2017)

4**. M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, "Wall effects on viscous fluid spheroidal droplet in a micropolar fluidspheroidal cavity", European Journal of Mechanics / B Fluids, 65, 312–325 (2017).

5.** M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, "Rotary oscillations of a micropolar fluid spherein a bounded medium", Applied and Computational Mechanics,11, (2017).

6.** M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, "Stokes flow of viscous fluid past a micropolar fluid spheroid", Advances in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 9 (5), 1076-1093, (2017).

7.** M. Krishna Prasad**, D. Srinivasacharya, " Micropolar fluid flow through a cylinder and a sphere embedded in a porous medium", International Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 44(3): 229–240 (2017)

8. **M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, “ Stokes flow of micropolar fluid past a viscous fluid spheroid with non-zero boundary condition for microrotation”, Sadhana, 41 (12), 1463–1472 (2016).

9. **M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, D. Srinivasacharya, “ Slow steady rotation of an approximate sphere in an approximate spherical container with slip surfaces”, Int. J. Appl. Comput. Math, 3, 987–999 (2017).

10.** M. Krishna Prasad**, G. Manpreet Kaur, “ Steady rotation of micropolar fluid sphere in concentric spherical container”, Proceedia Engineering, 127, 469-475 (2015).

11. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “ Rotation of a porous approximate sphere in an approximate spherical container ”, Latin American Applied Research, 45, 107-112 (2015)

12. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Axi-symmetric motion of a porous approcximate sphere in an approximate spherical container ”, Arch. Mech. 65(6), 485-509 (2013)

13. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Axisymmetric creeping motion of a porous approximatesphere with an impermeable core”, Eur. Phys. J. Plus. 128:9 (2013)

14. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Slow Steady rotation of a porous sphere in aspherical container”, J. Porous Media 15 (12) 1105-1110 (2012).

15. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Creeping motion of a porous sphere with impermeablecore in a spherical container”, Indian J. Theor. Phys 60 (1) (2012).

16. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “On the motion of a porous spherical shell in abounded medium”, Adv. Theor. Appl. Mech., 5 (6) 247-256 (2012).

17. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Steady rotation of a composite sphere in a concentricspherical cavity”, Acta Mech. Sinica., 28 (3) 653-658 (2012).

18. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Creeping motion of a porous approximate spherewith an impermeable core in a spherical container”, European Journal of Mechanics B/Fluids,36 104-114 (2012).

19. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Creeping flow past a porous approximately sphericalshell : stress jump boundary condition”, ANZIAM J (Australian & New Zealand Industrialand Applied Mathematics Journal), 52 289- 300 (2011).

20. D. Srinivasacharya, **M. Krishna Prasad**, “Creeping flow past a porous approximate sphere -Stress jump boundary condition”, ZAMM (Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics),91(10) 824-831 (2011).

Accepted for Publication :

1.** M. Krishna Prasad, "**Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow Past a Porous Sphere using Darcy’s law**" **accepted in** **International Conference of Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow, NIT Warangal, India – Jan 19-21, 2018.

Other Info.

1. Ph.D (Mathematics) from National Institute of Technology, Warangal.

Title of thesis :-“Slow Viscous Flow Past Porous Approximate Spherical Particles”

** Thesis Supervisor: Prof. D. Srinivasacharya, Department of Mathematics, NIT Warangal.**

2. M.Sc. (Applied Mathematics) from National Institute of Technology,Warangal, A.P. (2003-2005)

Title of dissertation:-“Low Reynolds Number Flow Past a Porous Approximate Spherical Shell”.

3. B.Sc. (Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science) from Masterji Degree & P.G. College, Hanamkonda, Warangal. (Affiliated to Kakatiya University, A.P.) (2000 - 2003)

4. Intermediate (Mathematics Physics Chemistry) from C.K.M. Arts & Science College, Warangal. A.P. (1998-2000)

5. S.S.C. from Platinum Jubilee High School, Warangal. A.P. (1998).

** **1. Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology Raipur, Raipur - 492010, Chhattisgarh, India since May, 2013.

2. Assistant Professor, Ramappa Engineering College, Hunter Road, Warangal, A.P. , from July 2012 to April 2013.

3. Lecturer, Jayamukhi Institute of Technological Sciences, Narsampet, Warangal, A.P. , from July 2006 to April 2009.

4. Lecturer, Kakatiya Institute of Technology & Science (KITS),Warangal, A.P. , from Sept’ 2005 to April 2006.

- Qualified STATE ELIGIBILITY TEST (AP-SET-2012) , State level exam conducted by Osmania University on 27
^{th}July 2012, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh.

- Applied Mathematics - I
- Applied Mathematics - II
- Mathematics - III
- Statistical Method and Probability
- Numerical Analysis and Computer Programming

- Mathematics - I
- Mathematics - II
- Mathematics - III
- Probability and Statistics
- Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science
- Operations Research

1. “*Creeping motion of a porous sphere in a spherical container*”, Andhra Pradesh Societyfor Mathematical Sciences, Jyothismanthi Institute of Technology and Science, Karimnagar,November: 12-14, 2010.

2. “*Creeping flow past a porous approximately spherical shell : Stress jump boundary condition*”,Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, National Institute of Technology,Hamirpur (H.P.), December: 18 - 21, 2010.

3. “*Creeping flow past a porous approximate sphere with an impermeable core*”, Andhra PradeshSociety for Mathematical Sciences, Swarna Bhabathi Institute of Science & Technology (SBIT),Khammam, December: 9- 11, 2011.

4. “*Steady rotation of a porous sphere in a spherical container - stress jump boundary condition*”,Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Sardar Vallabhbhai National Instituteof Technology, Surat , Gujrat, December: 19 - 21, 2011.

5. “*Creeping flow past a porous approximate sphere - Stress jump boundary condition*”, Conferenceon New Vistas in Computational Fluid Dynamics in Engineering, NIT Warangal,January: 27-29, 2012.

6. “*Axisymmetric motion of a porous approximate sphere in an approximate spherical container*”,Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Sciences, Sri Venkateswara University,Tirupati, December: 7-9, 2012.

7. “*Slow steady rotation of a porous spherical shell in a spherical container*”, Indian Societyof Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology, Pune,December: 17-20, 2012.

8. “*Creeping flow of micropolar fluid past a porous sphere with an impermeable core*”, ISTAM, Alliance University, Bangalore, December: 17-20, 2014

1. 42nd Annual Conference, The Association of Mathematics Teachers of India, Raman EducationalInstitutions, Warangal, 28-30 December 2007.

2. National workshop on Numerical Methods in Engineering, National Institute of Technology,Warangal, 4-5 April 2008.

3. International Conference on Mathematical Modeling and Non-Linear equations, organized bythe Department of Mathematics, B.N.M.I.T., Bangalore, 20-22 January 2010.

4. One day seminar on Challenges in Current Mathematics Research, Conducted by NationalInstitute of Technology, Warangal, on 22nd October, 2010.

5. XIX congress of Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Sciences, Jyothishmanthi Instituteof Technology and Science, Karimnagar, 12-14 November 2010.

6. 55th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (An InternationalMeet), National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, 18 - 21 December 2010.

7. National workshop on Advanced Computational Applications using ANSYS Fluent, NITWarngal, on 7th January 2011.

8. Short Term Training Program on Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Techniques, NationalInstitute of Technology, Warangal, 17 - 21 January 2011.

9. XX congress of Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Sciences, Swarna Bhabathi Instituteof Science & Technology (SBIT), Khammam, 9-11 December 2011.

10. 56th Congress of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (An InternationalMeet), National Institute of Technology, Surat , Gujrat, 19 - 21 December 2011.

11. Conference on New Vistas in Computational Fluid Dynamics in Engineering, NIT Warangal,27-29 January 2012.

12. 57th Congress of ISTAM, D.I.A.T, Pune , 17-20 December 2012.

13. AICTE recognised Short Term Course on Faculty Induction Training Phase-I conducted by NITTTR, Bhopal in N.I.T Raipur, 02-13 June 2014.

14. 59th Congress of ISTAM, Alliance University, Bangalore, 17-20 December 2014.

15. STTP on Advanced Computational Methods in Engineering & Science, N.I.T Warangal, 1-3 April 2015.

16. GIAN on Spectral Methods for Engineering & Scientific Computing Applications,

IIT Bhubaneswar, 5-16 June 2017.

1. Life member of Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Sciences(APSMS), Osmania University,Hyderabad, A.P. with membership ID: 614.

2. Life member of Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ISTAM), IIT Kharagpur,W.B.,INDIA. with membership ID: L/712.