Mamidala Ramulu

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Dr. Ramulu was born in southern India.


He completed his doctoral degree at University of Washington in 1982 under Dr. Kobayashi's guidance.


He teaches 4-5 undergraduate/graduate courses every calendar year at the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Washington. These courses include mechanics of materials, fracture mechanics, fatigue, and advanced manufacturing processes.


His main research activities focus on solid mechanics, fatigue, fracture mechanics, and their applications in manufacturing engineering, and design and manufacturing of composite materials


1. Electrical discharge machining of functionally graded 15-35 Vol% SiC p/Al compositesSeo, Y.W. (School of Engineering and Computer Science, Washington State University Vancouver); Kim, D.; Ramulu, M. Source: Materials and Manufacturing Processes, v 21, n 5, Jun 1, 2006, p 479-487.

2. Facing SiCp/Mg metal matrix composites with carbide toolsPedersen, W. (Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, 105 VKH, University of Minnesota Duluth); Ramulu, M. Source: Journal of Materials Processing Technology, v 172, n 3, Mar 10, 2006, p 417-423.

3. Waterjet peening at 600MPa: A first investigation. Hashish, M. (Flow International Corporation); Chillman, A.; Ramulu Source: American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Fluids Engineering Division (Publication) FED, v 261 FED, 2005, p 45-52.

4. Edge finishing and delamination effects induced...
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