Dr G Krishna Kumari

Department:
Humanities and Science
Faculty Id:
VCE 1492
Designation:
Professor
Vidwan ID:
Years of Experience:
25
Employment Status:
Full Time – Ratified by JNTUH
Phone: 8074223372

Date Of Birth

26 Nov, 1974

Qualification:

Ph.D.  in Applied Mathematics, Fluid Mechanics, 2011, Osmania University, Hyderabad

PG Degree (M.Sc) in Applied Mathematics, 1995, Padmavathi Mahila University, Tirupathi

UG Degree in B.Sc (M.P.E), 1993, Aacharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur

M Tech  in Data Analytics (Software Systems), 2021, BITS Pilani

Areas of Specialization:

Data Science, Data Analytics, Biomedical Applications, Fluid Mechanics, Machine Learning.

Subjects Taught:

Engineering Mathematics, Operations Research, Probability & Statistics, Discrete Mathematics, Data Science, Business Statistics, Numerical Techniques, Mathematical Foundations For Computer Sciences

Papers Published:

In Journals

  1. Unsteady Peristaltic Pumping in a Finite Length Tube With Permeable Wall, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 132, 101201(1-4)2010.
  2. Peristaltic Pumping of a Jeffrey Fluid under the Effect of Magnetic Field in an inclined channel, International Journal of Applied Mathematical Sciences, Vol 5, 447-458,
  3. Peristaltic Pumping of a Jeffrey Fluid in a Porous Tube, ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 6, 61-66, 2011.
  4. Peristaltic Pumping of Magnetohydrodynamic Casson fluid in an inclined channel Advances in Applied Science Research, 2 ,428-436, 2011.
  5. Peristaltic transport of a power-law fluid in an asymmetric channel bounded by permeable walls, Advances in Applied Science Research, 2, 396-406, 2011.
  6. Peristaltic motion of a fourth–grade fluid through a porous medium under the effect of a magnetic field in an inclined channel, Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 1,1052-1064, 2011.
  7. Flow of Herschel – Bulkley fluid in an inclined flexible channel lined with porous material under peristalsis, Journal of Innovative Engineering and Creative Technology, Vol. 1 ,24-31, 2011.
  8. Peristaltic transport of a power-law fluid in an inclined tube with the permeable wall, Published in Proceedings of International Conference conducted by Department of Mathematics, Osmania University,2011
  9. Peristaltic Pumping of a Conducting Jeffrey Fluid in a Vertical Porous Channel with Heat Transfer Advances in Applied Science Research, 2, 439-453, 2011.
  10. Peristaltic Transport of a Carreau Fluid in an Asymmetric Channel through Porous Medium, published in the International Conference Proceedings organized by Royal Institute of Technology, Hyderabad
  11. Flow of a Jeffrey fluid through a tapered tube with permeable walls, Advances in Applied Science Research, Vol. 3, 2159-2168,
  12. Pulsatile flow of a couple stress fluid in a channel bounded by permeable beds with suction and injection, IJSTM, Vol. 3, 2012
  13. Peristaltic Transport of a Micro polar fluid in an inclined channel with permeable walls, Journal of Innovative Engineering. And Creative Technology, Vol. 3, 86-90, 2013,
  14. MHD peristaltic motion of a Williamson fluid through a porous medium in a channel, International of Math. Sci. & Engg. Appls. (IJMSEA), Vol. 7, pp. 123-133, 2013.
  15. Peristaltic motion of a Micropolar fluid under the effect of a magnetic field in an inclined channel, The International Journal Of Engineering And Science (IJES) , 2, pp31-40, 2013.
  16. Effect of thickness of the porous material on the peristaltic transport of a Jeffrey fluid when the tube wall is provided with a non-erodible porous lining, FONDAZIONE GIORGIO RONCHI, vol 5, pp 543- 551,2014
  17. Peristaltic pumping of a Jeffrey fluid in an asymmetric channel with permeable walls, Malaya Journal of Matematik, vol 2 pp 141-150,
  18. Influence of Velocity Slip on the Peristaltic Pumping of a Jeffrey Fluid in a Non-Uniform Annulus, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol : 5Issue -1, Jan-2016
  19. Formulation of a combined transportation and inventory optimization model with multiple time, V.H.N.Krishna Kumari, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) , Vol:15, No.4, 2016
  20. Peristaltic Flow of MHD Phan-Thien-Tanner Fluid in an Asymmetric Channel with Porous Medium, S V H N Krishna Kumari. P., ACTA CIENCIA INDICA,2016.
  21. Peristaltic Pumping of a Jeffrey Fluid in an Inclined Channel with Suction and Injection Under Velocity Secondary Slip Condition, International Journal of Computer & Mathematical Sciences IJCMS ISSN 2347 – 8527 Volume 6, Issue 7 July
  22. Peristaltic Pumping of a Jeffrey Fluid in an Inclined Channel with Heat Transfer under Velocity Slip Condition, Online International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, {Bi- Monthly}, ISSN 2249-9598, Volume-07, June 2017 Special Issue (02)
  23. Mathematical modeling of velocity and heat transfer in an optically thick nanofluid incorporating several engineering strategies, Advanced Science Letters, 2018
  24. Automation of Temperature and Humidity Monitoring System- Application of IoT, International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering, June
  25. Peristaltic pumping of a Jeffrey fluid in an inclined flexible channel lined with a porous material, International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD) , Jun 2018. Scopus & SCI Journal
  26. A Study on the Effect of Peristalsis and Cilia of MHD Micropolar Fluid Flow through an Inclined Porous Channel, Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, 11, No. 5, pp. 1321- 1331, 2018. Scopus & SCI Journal.
  27. Comparative study of the effect of Peristalsis with Suction/Injection and Cilia on the flow of MHD Jeffrey fluid, High Technology Letters, Volume 26, Issue 12, 2020
  28. Numerical Study of Characteristics of Absorbing and Reactive Micropolar Fluid on Natural Convective Flow in Presence of Magnetic Field, High Technology Letters, Volume 26, Issue 10,
  29. Effect of inclination angle on bioconvection in porous square cavity containing gyrotactic microorganisms and nanofluid, Proc IMechE Part C: J Mechanical Engineering Science 2021, Vol. 0(0) 1–17

IN CONFERENCE (PROCEEDINGS):

  1. Hadoop Based Dynamic data replication strategies using cloud computing, 2021 IEEE Second International Conference

Books Published:

  • Published “Marks Scorer “for Engineering Mathematics-I as first author in 2013, ISBN NO: 978- 81-930520-0-6
  • Published “Marks Scorer “for Mathematical Methods as first author in 2013, ISBN NO 978-81- 930520-1-3
  • Published “ Engineering Mathematics -IV” – Laxmi Publications in 2019
  • Published “ Probability & Statistics “ – LAMBARD PUBLICATIONS- 2021
  • Published “ Machine Learning” – LAMBARD PUBLICATIONS- 2021

Research Projects Undertaken:

  • Minor Research Project of worth 195000/- sanctioned by UGC.