Name Dr. D. Srikanth
DesignationAssociate Professor
Highest Qualification M. Sc, M. Phil, (UoH) Ph. D.(NITW)
Total Citations200
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(Brief Description / Abstract) :

Dr. Srikanth Dasari obtained his  M.Sc. & M.Phil in Mathematics from  the University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad in 1999 and 2001 respectively. He received a Ph.D. in Mathematics from the National Institute of Technology (NIT), Warangal, during 2009. His research area includes Bio Fluid Mechanics, Mathematical Biology, and Physiological Mechanics. He joined as Assistant Professor in the Department of Applied Mathematics, Defence Institute of Advanced Technology (D.U.), Pune in 2010. He has promoted to Associate Professor in the year 2021.

Dr. Srikanth is a life member of the Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Science, and Indian Society of Bio-Mechanics. He published several articles’ in SCI/SCIE/SCOPUS indexed Journals. Attended and presented conference papers at national and international conferences. He was a Joint organizing Secretary for ISTAM 2012which was conducted in DIAT(D.U.). Dr. Srikanth also worked as a member of institutional committees and other administrative assignments.


  • 1999, M.Sc. (Mathematics), University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad.
  • 2001, M.Phil. (Mathematics), University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
  • 2009, Ph.D (Mathematics),  National Institute of Technology, Warangal
  • 1997, B.Sc (MPC),  Osmania University, Hyderabad

Professional Experience (Institution, Position and Period):

  • Assistant Professor(Senior Grade) , Defence Institute of Advanced Technology  (Deemed to be University), from March 2010 to Nov. 2016.
  • Assistant Professor (Selection Grade), Defence Institute of Advanced Technology  (Deemed to be University), from Nov. 2016 to Dec. 2020.
  • Associate Professor , Defence Institute of Advanced Technology  (Deemed to be University), from Dec. 2020 to Till date.

Research Domains:

  • Bio Fluid Mechanics,
  • Mathematical Biology
  • Physiological Mechanics

Specific Projects:

Research Collaborations:

Ph.D Thesis Supervision:

  • Dr. Rajesjh Mukhedkar. Modelling and Simulation Studies for Military Applications. Guide: Dr. D. Srikanth  and Dr. SD Naik. 2014 (Awarded.)
  • Dr. JV Ramana Reddy. Mathematical modelling of blood flow through stenotic tapered Arteries. Dr. D. Srikanth  and Dr. Somanchi VSSNVG Krishna Murthy.2016 (Awarded).

M.Tech. Dissertation Supervision:

  • Mathematical modelling of Non-Newtonian fluid flow through multiple stenotic artery in the presence of catheter, 2011
  • Multiple criteria decision making methods, 2013
  • Mathematical modelling of blood flow through stenotic tapered Arteries-Effects of Catheter and slip velocity, 2014
  • Mathematical modelling of Power law fluid model of blood in constricted tapered artery, 2015
  • Modelling, Simulation and Guidance design of Anti-tank Guided Missile, 2015
  • Mathematical modelling of flow in constricted tapered arterywith asymmetric stenosis:Application to cardiovascular systems, 2016
  • Mitigate effects of Black hole attack in mobile adhoc Networks:Military Perspective, 2016
  • Mathematical modelling of Driving Band’s Engraving process and its effects on Projectile velocity, 2017
  • Machine learning approach for Inventory forecasting, 2017
  • Modelling and simulation of shape memory alloys for passive vibration isolation and damping, 2017
  • Modelling and Simulation of Angular Positioning of Load for Vertical Launch, 2018
  • Automated Bacterial and Fungal Colony Detection, Classification and Counting for Environmental Monitoring in Laboratories, 2018
  • Internal Ballistic Modelling of Solid Rocket Motors using a Level Set Method for Simulating Propellent Grain Burnback, 2018
  • Modelling amd Simulation of OCDMA PON Receiver with Fuzzy Intelligent Control, 2018
  • Synthetic Aperture sonar Imaging, 2019
  • Tomographic estimation of Ionospheric electron density distribution using space and ground based measurements, 2019
  • Modelling and Simulation of Aerodynamic Behaviour of 120mm proof shot projectiles fired from Tank, 2020
  • Stock Market prediction using RNN, 2020
  • Modelling and Simulation of Automatic Pressure Regulator, 2020

Summer/Winter Internships From other institutions Supervision:

Other Supervision:

Research Publications from 2010 to 2020:

Books Total Journals Articles Articles published in SCOPUS / Web of Science Index Journals Books Chapter Articles published in the Conference Volumes Registered Patent
14 1 1

Research Publications:

Journal Articles:

In 2012

  • Srinivasacharya D and Srikanth D. Steady streaming effect on the flow of a couple stress fluid through a constricted annulus.  Archieve of Mechanics,  Vol. 64(2), 2012. Pp 137-152. (IF 1.170).
  • Srinivasacharya D and Srikanth D.  Flow of Micropolar fluid through Catheterized Stenotic Artery – A Mathematical model.  International Journal of Bio-Mathematics, Vol. 5(2): 2012. (1.085).
  • Srikanth D and Kebede Teddesse. Mathematical analysis of non-Newtonian fluid Flow through multiple stenotic artery in the presence of catheter – A Pulsatile flow.  International Journal of  Nonlinear Science, Vol.13(1), 2012. Pp 15-27.

In 2013

  • Srikanth D. Steady Polar fluid flow in a Multiple Constricted Annulus-Catheter Effects. International journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Vol. 9(1), 2013.  Pp 17-28

In 2014

  • Ramana Reddy, Srikanth D and VSSNVG Krishna Murthy Somanchi.  Mathematical modelling of pulsatile flow of blood through catheterized unsymmetric stenosed artery – Effects of tapering angle and slip velocity. European Journal of Mechanics – B/Fluids 48, 2014. Pp 236-244.  (IF2.131)
  • Ramana Reddy, Srikanth D and VSSNVG Krishna Murthy Somanchi.  Mathematical modelling of couple stresses on fluid flow in constricted tapered artery in the presence of slip velocity – Effects of catheter.  Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 35, 2014. Pp. 947-958. (IF2.017)

In 2015

  • JV Ramana Reddy and D. Srikanth. The Polar Fluid Model for Blood Flow through a tapered Artery with overlapping Stenosis: Effects of Catheter and Velocity Slip.  Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, 2015. Article ID 174387. (IF 1.141)
  • D Srikanth, J V Ramana Reddy; Shubha Jain, Anup Kale. Unsteady polar fluid model of blood flow through tapered ω - shape stenosed artery: Effects of catheter and velocity slip.  Ain Shams Engineering Journal, Vol. 6, 2015. Pp. 1093-1104.  (IF 1.949)

In 2016

  • J. V. Ramana Reddy, D. Srikanth & S. V. S. S. N. V. G. Krishna Murthy.  Mathematical modelling of time dependent flow of non-Newtonian fluid through unsymmetric stenotic tapered artery: Effects of catheter and slip velocity. Meccanica,Vol.51(1),2016. Pp 55-69. (IF 2.153)

In 2017

  • J V Ramana Reddy, D. Srikanth and Samir K Das.  Modelling and simulation of temperature and concentration dispersion in couple stress nano fluid flow through stenotic tapered arteries. European Physical Journal Plus, 132(8),2017. pp 1-22.  (IF 3.228)
  • J V Ramana Reddy, D. Srikanth and PK Mandal. Computational Hemodynamic Analysis of Flow Through Flexible Permeable Stenotic Tapered Artery. Int. J. Appl. Comput. Math., Vol.3 (1), 2017. Pp. S1261–S1287.

In 2018

  • KM Surabhi, JVR Reddy and D. Srikanth.  Impact of temperature and concentration dispersion on the physiology of blood nanofluid: links to atherosclerosis.  Sadhana, Vol.43(12),2018 Pp. 1-16.  (IF 0.849)
  • J V Ramana Reddy and D. Srikanth. Modelling and simulation of micropolar fluid flow with variable viscosity through an unhealthy artery.  World Journal of Modelling and Simulation, Vol.14(3), 2018. Pp 225-240.

In 2020

Book Chapters:

  • KM Surabhi, DA Kamble and D. Srikanth. Numerical Computation of the Blood Flow Characteristics Through the Tapered Stenotic Catheterised Artery with Flexible Wall.  In. Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow. Ed by ______   (Lecture notes in Mechanical Engineering) Singapore: Springer Verlag, 2019.  Pp. 123-130.

Conference Papers:

No. of Conference Paper Published with ISBN

No.  of  Conference Paper Presented

No. of Conference Attended




  • D. Srikanth, J. V.  Ramana Reddy and VSSNVG  Krishna Murthy. ‘Shear stress distribution at the wall of omega-shaped stenotic tapered artery in the presence of catheter and velocity slip-effects of polar fluid. Proceedings of the International Conference on Frontiers in Mathematics. Ed. by ________., Gauhati University, Guwahati, 26-28 March, 2015. Pp. ___. (ISBN: 978-81-928118-9-5).


Research/Review Submitted/Under Review:

Any Publications Submitted/Under Review:

Invited Talks:


Awards/Scholastic Achievements:

  • Awarded Teacher of the year for the year 2014 by DIAT(DU).

Government Funded Projects:

  • Non-Newtonian Nano fluid model for blood flow through Assymetric,  tapered stenotic dynamic artery in the presence of catheter, project cost Rs. 9.2 Lakhs, Sponcered by DIAT (DU), Pune 2015-17 (Completed)
  • Computational Analysis of two dimensional flows through asymmetric catheterized stenotic tapered artery, project cos Rs. 20 Lakhs, Sponcered by CSIR, New Delhi. 2017-20. (Ongoing)



Any Other:

Professional Membership:

  • Indian Society for Theoretical and Applied Mechanics-Life Member (ISTAM)
  • Andhra Pradesh Society for Mathematical Sciences-Life Member
  • Indian Society of Bio-Mechanics-Life Member.


  • Joint organising Secretary for ISTAM 2012, DIAT(DU), Pune.