1) Meso-scale modeling of short fatigue crack growth, plasticity, damage and creep in metals. 2) Multi-scale method development to bridge between polycrystalline and engineering scales (connect microstructure to property). 3) Coupled deformation and phase transformation.
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, US (2011). PhD thesis title: Wavelet transformation based multi-time scale method for fatigue crack initiation in polycrystalline alloys PhD thesis supervisor: Prof. Somnath Ghosh
M.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India (2004).
B. E. in Mechanical Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India (2002).
P. Chakraborty and S. Ghosh, 'Accelerating cyclic plasticity simulations using an adaptive wavelet transformation based multi-time scaling method', International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 93 (13), 1425–1454, 2013.
S. Ghosh and P. Chakraborty, 'Microstructure and Load Sensitive Fatigue Crack Nucleation in Ti-6242 using Accelerated Crystal Plasticity FEM Simulations', International Journal of Fatigue, 48, 231–246, 2013.
P. Chakraborty, M. R. Tonks and Y. Zhang, 'Multi-scale modeling of microstructure dependent intergranular brittle fracture using a quantitative phase-field based method', Computational Materials Science, 113, 38-52, 2016.
L. Zhao, P. Chakraborty, M. R. Tonks, I. Szlufarska, 'On the plastic driving force of grain boundary migration: A fully coupled phase field and crystal plasticity mode', Computational Materials Science, 128, 320-330, 2017.
P. Chakraborty , S. Bulent Biner, 'Crystal plasticity modeling of irradiation effects on flow stress in pure-iron and iron-copper alloys', Mechanics of Materials, 101, 71-80, 2016.