Сатиш Тейлор On the photo: Satish Tailor

Research area:


Development of a novel multilayered thermal barrier coating (TBC) system for more efficient aircraft and gas turbine engines

Supervisor: Prof. Alexey Vladimirovich Doub


Department:


Winner of open international NUST «MISiS»  grant competition to support the invitation of doctoral students and young scientists with international background to conduct a joint research project
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Academic Degrees and Titles:

a. 2013, Post Doctoral Experience (1 ½ year) from Institute for Plasma Research [IPR], Gandhinagar, India.

b. 2013, PhD (Metallurgical & Materials Engineering) from Malaviya National Institute of Technology [M.N.I.T.] Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

c. 2008, M.Sc. (Physics) from Malaviya National Institute of Technology (M.N.I.T.), Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

d. 2006, B.Sc. from Govt. College Ajmer, M.D.S. University, Ajmer.

1.JPGAcademic Position:

Young Scientist

Area of Expertise:


Mechanical Alloying, Synthesis of sprayable nano-structured powders, Nano-structured composites synthesis, powder characterization, Thermal Spray Coatings, Plasma Spraying, Nano-structured coatings, Wear and corrosion resistance coatings, High Temperature resistance coatings, Coatings for automobile, aero space applications.

2.JPGMajor Scientific Advances:


Nano grinding mill, Attrition Mill, CILAS-Particle Size Analyzer, Leica LAS Image Analyzer, JEOL & TESCAN-SEM, TEM & Philips X-Pert XRD with analysis skill, atmospheric plasma spraying etc.



Research Projects and Contracts.
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I. Development of a novel multilayered thermal barrier coating (TBC) system for more efficient aircraft and gas turbine engines, NUST “MISiS”, Moscow, Russia. (Continue… Oct 2014 onwards )

II. Development of Tungsten (w) Vacuum Plasma Spray Coatings for Fusion Reactor (ITER) (Post Doctoral work at Institute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, India), 2013-14.

III. Development and Characterization of Plasma Sprayed Aluminum Based Nano Composite Coatings (Phd Thesis), 2013.

IV. CFD Modeling of The Flate Plate Air Heater (Master’s Thesis), 2008.

3.JPGReferee, Reviewer:

· Deputy Editor-In-Chief of Journal of Materials Science & Surface Engineering (JMSSE)

· REVIEWER of Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology (JSEMAT)

· REVIEWER of British Journal of Applied Science & Technology (BJAST)

· REVIEWER of Advanced Materials Letters

· REVIEWER of Physical Science International Journal

· REVIEWER of American Chemical Science Journal

5.JPGScientific Recognition:

Life time member of The Materials Research Society of India (MRSI)

Indian Institute of Metals [IIM]

Post Doctoral Fellow at Institute for Plasma Research [IPR], Gandhinagar, India.


Work in NUST MISiS:
 

My present research work includes the development of a novel multilayered TBC system for more efficient aircraft and gas turbine engines by employment of rare earth oxides (CeO2 and Sc2O3) as zirconia phase stabilizers, and rare-earth zirconates with low thermal conductivity, high phase stability, thermal expansion coefficient (CTE) close to that of metal substrate, high hardness, low Young modulus and high toughness desired properties.

Science: New Materials

Field of science: Coating and Thin films technologies of their receiving

Research area: Development of a novel multilayered thermal barrier coating (TBC) system for more efficient aircraft and gas turbine engines

Objectives: To develop a high performance novel multilayered TBC system for more efficient aircraft and gas turbine engines having low thermal conductivity, high phase stability, thermal expansion coefficient (CTE) close to that of metal substrate, high hardness, low Young modulus and high toughness.

Different ceramic powders will be air plasma sprayed to produce TBCs for turbine engine applications.

All the coatings will be examined with microstructure studies with typical defects, such as pores, microcracks and splat boundaries.

Effect of sintering on coating microstructure (typical defects, such as pores, microcracks and splat boundaries

Examine Phase stability in as-sprayed coatings above high temperature (1300 °C and above)


Hobby: Painting, play Cricket


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