Dr. Narasimhulu Dunna

Dr. Narasimhulu Dunna

Name: Dr. Narasimhulu Dunna
Designation: Assistant Professor
Phone: 04366-277230
Email: narsimhulu@cutn.ac.in


Biographic Sketch:
Dr. D. Narsimhulu received a B.Sc. degree from Andhra University, a M.Sc. degree from Pondicherry Central University, and a Ph.D. degree from BITS Pilani, India. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics and Applied Mathematics, Central University of Tamil Nadu(CU-TN), Thiruvarur, India. His area of research specialization is in applied mathematics, nonlinear partial differential equationsin applied problems of computational fluid dynamics, andmathematical modeling of biological systems using numerical and analytical techniques. He was a recipient of a gold medal at the postgraduate level, and he was also awarded an INSPIRE Fellowship (IF 110071)by theDST,New Delhi, India, for his outstanding academic record to pursue a research career in Mathematics. Dr. Narsimhulu has acquired a good amount of teaching experience at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Prior to joining CU-TN, he worked asfaculty atNIT-Andhra Pradesh and GITAM-Hyderabad Campus, and as a lecturer at Vandana Junior and Degree College, Hyderabad, India. Over the years, he has published peer-reviewed conference proceedings, journal articles, and has also attended and participated in workshops, seminars, FDPs, FIPs, national and international conference presentations.Heis also a lifetime member ofIMS and IAENGSociety.

Research Highlights :

My research interest is in nonlinear partial differential equations (PDEs) in problems with computational fluid dynamics applications. The study of unsteady flows of compressible fluids behind sudden changes in the features of the medium, characterized by shock waves and the strong shock propagation associated with phenomena such as an explosions and implosions, is important in many fields of science and engineering. These flows are governed by hyperbolic nonlinear PDEs with moving boundary conditions and have no analytical solutions. Determining semi-analytical or numerical solution to this type of flow is of great interest and forms the underlying idea of my research.

Recent Publications :

  1. Revathi Ravilisetty, Narsimhulu Dunna, and Ramu Addepalli, Effect of Viscosity on the Spherical Shock Wave Propagation in a Dusty Gas with Radiation Heat Flux and Exponentially Varying Density, the 4th International Conference on Frontiers in Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics and Statistics: Frontiers in Industrial and Applied Mathematics (book chapter), Vol. 410, pp. 369-381, 2023, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-7272-0_26 Online ISBN978-981-19-7272-0, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
  2. Ravilisetty Revathi, Addepalli Ramu and Dunna Narsimhulu, “Solutions for Converging Cylindrical and Spherical Shock Waves in Condensed Matter Equation of State”, Nonlinear Studies, Cambridge Scientific Publishers (CSP), Vol. 27(3), pp. 673-692, 2020, http://www.nonlinearstudies.com/index.php/nonlinear/article/view/2175

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