IIEST, Shibpur

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

(Formerly Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)

Empowering the nation since 1856

Dr. Prithwish Kumar Das

Associate Professor

Aerospace Engineering & Applied Mechanics

Academic Qualifications

  • Ph.D (Department of Applied Mechanics and Drawing, Bengal Engineering College (D.U), 2004)
  • ME (Applied Mechanics and Drawing, Bengal Engineering College (D.U), 2001)
  • BE (Department of Civil Engineering, Bengal Engineering College (D.U), 1996)

Contact

Phone

  1. Office: +91 33 2668 4561/62/63 (Ext. 697)
  2. Mobile: +91 94334 29156

Addresses

  1. Residence: 53/A, Harish Mukherjee Lane, Bhadrakali, Hooghly - 712 232, West Bengal, India
  2. E-mail: prithwish@aero.iiests.ac.in, drpkdbesu@gmail.com

Area of Research

  • Earthquake Engineering & Structural Dynamics

Courses Undertaken

  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Strength of Materials
  • Advance Aerospace Structures
  • Aircraft Structural Dynamics
  • Advanced Structural Dynamics
  • Theory of Plasticity

Recent Publications (Last 10)

  1. Roy, G. and Das, P.K. (2016), “Response of R/C Asymmetric Rectangular Community Structures under Near Fault Ground Motion”, Paper No.: 1-IC-1438, International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Material Sciences (ICEMS – 2016), March 17-19, Jaipur national University, Jaipur, India.
  2. Atha, S. and Das, P.K. (2016), “Behaviour of R/C Asymmetric Non – Square Idealized Structures under Near Fault Ground Motion”, Paper No.: 1-IC-1444, International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Material Sciences (ICEMS – 2016), March 17-19, Jaipur national University, Jaipur, India.
  3. Bhaumik ,S. and Das, P.K (2014), “ Effect of Asymmetric Community Structures under Near-fault Ground Motion”, International Journal of Advancements in Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering (IJAMAE), Volume 1 : Issue 3, pp. 7-11
  4. Bhaumik, S. and Das, P. K. (2014) “Response of R/C Asymmetric Community Structures Under Near-Fault Motion”, Proc. of Structural Engineering Convention (SEC 2014), An International Meet, I.I.T. Delhi, Advances in Structural Engineering, Dynamics, Volume Two, pp. 955-962.
  5. Paul, P., Das, P. K. and Sarkar, P. (2014) “Studies on Identifying Critical Joints in RC Framed Building Subjected to Seismic Loading”, Proc. of Structural Engineering Convention (SEC 2014), An International Meet, I.I.T. Delhi, Advances in Structural Engineering, Dynamics, Volume Two, pp. 977-988.
  6. Bhaumik, S. and Das, P. K. (2013), “Response of Idealized R/C Asymmetric Structural Systems under Near-fault Ground Motion” Paper no.: 58-istam-sm-fp-43, 58TH Congress of The Indian Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ISTAM), An International Meet, December 18-21, Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, West-Bengal, India.
  7. Das, P. K. and Roy, R. (2010). “Seismic Behaviour of Torsionally Unbalanced Structures: Influence of Strength Dependent Stiffness”, International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, Vol. 03, No. 03SPL, pp. 352-361.
  8. Das, P. K., Chakroborty, S. and Roy, R. (2010). “Seismic Behaviour of Torsionally Unbalanced Structures: A Unified Approach”, Proc. of Int. Conf. of Challenges and Applications of Mathematics in Science and Technology (CAMIST), NIT, Rourkela, Orissa.
  9. Dutta, S. C., Roy, R., Das, P. K., Roy, R., Reddy, G. R. (2007). ‘Seismic Safety of Structures: Influence of Soil-flexibility, Asymmetry and Ground Motion Characteristics’, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Elsevier, Vol. 307, No. 3-5, pp. 452-480.
  10. Dutta, S. C., Das, P. K., and Roy, R, (2005). “Seismic Behaviour of Code-Designed Bi-Dectionally Eccentric Systems”, Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 131, No. 10, pp. 1497-1514.