Dr Muhammad Ilyas

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Dr Muhammad Ilyas

Assistant Professor (HEC approved supervisor)

Qualifications: PhD
Research Interests: Fiber Epoxy Laminated Composites, Damage Mechanics and Modeling, Application of Finite Element Analysis, Rapid Dynamics, Impact, Crash

Background

Dr. M. Ilyas has completed his PhD from the ISAE-SUPAERO, University of Toulouse, France. His PhD thesis title is “Damage Modeling of Carbon Epoxy Laminated Composites Submitted to Impact Loading”. During his PhD he has developed and implemented constitutive laws for prediction of impact induced damage. His main area of focus is Strain Rate dependent behavior of materials. He has successfully applied Finite Element Analysis technique to predict damage in metallic/nonmetallic materials and structures for aerospace, medical and transportation applications. He is experienced in product development, mechanical design and detailed design for manufacturing of industrial equipment. His professional experience is a balance of industrial research and development. Currently, at GIK Institute he is working on in-house development of mechanical equipment, computational mechanics of manufacturing processes and dynamic properties of composite materials.

Education

PhD Mechanical Engineering (2010)

ISAE-SUPAERO Institut Superieur de l’Aeronautique et de l’Espace, l’Universite de Toulouse, France

MS Mechanical Engineering (2006)

Institut National des Sciences Appliquees (INSA) de Toulouse, France

BS Mechanical Engineering (2001)

UET Taxila, Pakistan

Publications

Ilyas M, Hussain G, Espinosa C (2018). Failure and Strain Gradient Analyses in Incremental Forming using GTN model. International Journal of Lightweight Materials and Manufacture, (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijlmm.2018.12.002).
 
Khan I, Hussain G, Tariq M, Ilyas M (2018). Fabrication of UHMW polyethylene/nano-hydroxyapatite biocomposite via heat-assisted friction stir processing. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, vol 96, pp 3651–3663 (https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-018-1816-1).
 
Khan S, Hussain G, Ilyas M, Rashid H, Khan MI and Khan WA (2018). Appropriate heat treatment and incremental forming route to produce age-hardened components of Al-2219 alloy with minimized form error and good formability. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, vol. 256, pp 262-273 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmatprotec.2017.12.042).
 
Aized T, Khan MB, Raza H, Ilyas M (2017) Production routes, electromechanical properties and potential application of layered nanomaterials and 2D nanopolymeric composites—a review. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, vol. 93, pp 3449–3459, (https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-017-0764-5).

Ilyas M, Espinosa C, Lachaud F, Michel L and Salaün M (2011), Modelling Aeronautical Composite Laminates Behaviour under Impact using a Saturation Damage and Delamination Continuous Material Model, Key Engineering Materials, 452-453, pp 369–372.

Ilyas M, Espinosa C, Lachaud F, and Salaün M (2009), Dynamic Delamination Modeling using Cohesive Finite Elements , 9th International Conference on the Mechanical and Physical Behaviour of Materials under Dynamic Loading, Brussels, 7th–11th September.

Ilyas M, Limido J, Lachaud F, Espinosa C and Salaün M (2009), Modélisation SPH 3D de l’impact basse vitesse sur plaque composite , 19th Congrès Français de Mécanique, Marseille, 24th–28th August.

Ilyas M, Lachaud F, Espinosa C, and Salaün M (2009), Dynamic Delamination of Aeronautic Structural Composites by using Cohesive Finite Elements , 17th International Conference on Composite Materials, Edinburgh, 27th–31st July.

Ilyas M, Lachaud F, Espinosa C, Michel L and Salaün M (2009), Dynamic Delamination Modeling of Unidirectional Composites by Cohesive Finite Elements , 16th Journées Nationales sur les Composites, Toulouse, 10th–12th June.

Ilyas M, Espinosa C, Lachaud F and Salaün M (2009), Simulation of Dynamic Delamination and Mode I Energy Dissipation, 7th European LS–DYNA Conference, Salzburg, 14th–15th May.