Sagapuram, Dinakar individual record
Assistant Professor
overview

Dr. Sagapuram focuses his teaching and research in advanced structural materials, materials processing, manufacturing and tribology. Specific topics of interest include mechanics of large-strain plasticity, plastic flow instabilities, localization and failure mechanisms with application to cutting and metal deformation processes; and process mechanics-structure-property relationships in lightweight alloy systems. His group integrates analytical and computational models with high-speed imaging, image analysis and other in-situ experimental tools to understand physical mechanisms that govern material deformation and process mechanics at micro to macro length-scales.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles25
Chapters4
  • Viswanathan, K., Udupa, A., Sagapuram, D., & Mann, J. B. (2019). What Do Chip Morphologies Tell Us About the Cutting Process?. Advances in Forming, Machining and Automation. (pp. 349-359). Springer Singapore.
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  • Sagapuram, D., Efe, M., Moscoso, W., Chandrasekar, S., & Trumble, K. P. (2016). Non-Basal Textures in Magnesium Alloy Strips Produced by Extrusion-Machining. Essential Readings in Magnesium Technology. (pp. 395-399). Springer International Publishing.
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  • Sagapuram, D., Efe, M., Moscoso, W., Chandrasekar, S., & Trumble, K. P. (2014). Non‐Basal Textures in Magnesium Alloy Strips Produced by Extrusionmachining. Essential Readings in Magnesium Technology. (pp. 395-399). John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
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  • Sagapuram, D., Efe, M., Moscoso, W., Chandrasekar, S., & Trumble, K. P. (2012). Non-Basal Textures in Magnesium Alloy Strips Produced by Extrusion-Machining. Magnesium Technology 2012. (pp. 121-125). Springer International Publishing.
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Conference Papers10
Email
dinakar@tamu.edu
First Name
Dinakar
Last Name
Sagapuram
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Industrial Engineering; 3131 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3131
USA