Faculty at School of Engineering
Dr. Pal's research interests are in the areas of Materials Engineering including novel cementitious composites, Materials for improving energy efficiency of buildings and multi-scale modeling, Building Physics, and Sustainability
2013, Ph.D., The University of Mississippi, USA
2008, M.S., (Structural Engineering), Vanderbilt University, USA
2004, M.S., (Materials Engineering), The University of Mississippi, USA
2000, B.E., (Met. and Materials Engineering), University of Roorkee (Now, IIT Roorkee)
Associate Professor, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, India
Assistant Professor, Amity University, Noida, India
Postdoctoral Fellow, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Postdoctoral Researcher, The University of Mississippi, Mississippi, USA
Structural Design Engineer, Logan Patri Engineering, Inc., Nashville, USA
Structural Design Intern, Logan Patri Engineering, Inc., Nashville, USA
- Pal G, Al-Ostaz A, Li X, Alkhateb H, Cheng A H-D, Experimental study of UV induced tensile properties deterioration and chemical aging of polyurea-POSS composites, Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials, November 2022.
- Kumar S, Pal G, Shah T, High performance overhead power lines with carbon nanostructures for transmission and distribution of electricity from renewable sources, Journal of Cleaner Production, 145, 180-187, 2017.
- Garigipati R, Kumar S, Pal G, Shah T 'High-ampacity overhead power lines with carbon nanostructure-Epoxy composites', ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, 138(4), 041018, 2016.
- Pal G, Kumar S, 'Modelling of carbon nanotubes and carbon nanotube-polymer composites', Progress in Aerospace Sciences, 80, 33-58, 2016 (Impact factor: 2.54).
- Pal G, Kumar S, 'Modelling of effective electrical conductivity of short carbon fibre - carbon nanotube - polymer matrix hybrid composites', Materials & Design, 89, 129-136, 2016 (Impact factor: 3.501).
- Pal G, Li X, Al-Ostaz A, 'Molecular dynamics simulations and hygrothermal aging of polyurea-POSS nanocomposites', Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 23(2), 171-182, 2015 (Impact factor: 1.63).
- Pal G and Shanmugam K, Mechanical Properties of Isolated Carbon Nanotubes, Carbon Nanotube-Reinforced Polymers: From Nanoscale to Macroscale, Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-323-48221-9, 2018.
- Silambarasan C, Pal G, Improvements in Building Energy Savings through Two-Layer Phase Change Materials (PCM) Systems Tailored for Different Indian Climate Zones, ASCE International conference sustainable infrastructure, 6-10 Dec, 2021.
- Silambarasan C, Pal G, Numerical investigation of occupant comfort for low income residences constructed using pervious concrete bricks, 2021 International Civil Engineering and Architecture Conference (CEAC 2021), National University of Singapore, Singapore.
- Silambarasan C and Pal G, Improving Thermal Performance of Non-Airconditioned Indian Low-Income Housing: A Numerical Study, 2nd International conference on smart villages and rural development (COSVARD), 2019.
- Pal G and Kumar S, Effective Electrical Conductivity of Polymer Matrix Composites Reinforced with Short Carbon Fibres and Carbon Nanotubes, 5th International Conference on Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, IIT Guwahati, 2017.
- Pal G and Kumar S, 'Coupled thermal-electrical analysis of overhead electric transmission wires made up of carbon nanostructured (CNS) composites', International Conference on Composite Materials, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2015.
- Kumar S, Thampi S and Pal G, A variational Approach for Stress Analysis of Single-lap bonded Joints under Mechanical and Thermal Loads, 56th AIAA/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference, 1886, 2015.
1. Innovative Approach to Energy Savings in New and Existing Indian Habitats: Multilayer System for Energy Efficiency using Phase Change Materials, Dr. Ghanshyam Pal (PI), Dr. Harpreet Grewal (Co-PI), Dept of Science and Technology, Amount: INR 92.2 Lakhs, 2017-2022.
2. Development of Pervious Concrete Bricks Infused with Fly Ash / Ground Granulated Blast furnace Slag (GGBS) and Chopped Glass Fibre to Improve the Thermal Comfort of Low Income Affordable Dwellings, Dr. Ghanshyam Pal (PI), CSTUP, Amount: INR 20L, 2018-2019.