Dr. Bhaduri earned his Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree with honors in Civil engineering from the Indian Institute of Engineering, Science and Technology (IIEST) at Shibpur, India, in 2014. He also earned a Master of Technology (M.Tech.) degree in Civil engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (IIT-K) in 2016. Following a brief stint as a project associate at IIT-K, he joined the research group led by Dr. Mohammed Alnaggar at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) to pursue a doctorate in Civil engineering. He joined the RPI faculty as a lecturer after completing his Ph.D. in December 2021. He has experience in teaching core engineering courses like Introduction to Engineering Design and Engineering Economics.
His research expertise is computational modeling of concrete class materials in fresh and hardened states. His doctoral research demonstrated the dependency of critical failure modes of reinforced ultra-high-performance concrete (UHPC) beams on the mechanics of interplay between continuous and discrete reinforcements. Furthermore, he evaluated the adequacy of a novel multi-scaling technique for the numerical simulation of UHPC. He also numerically predicted flow-induced fiber anisotropy for a novel 3D printing process and numerically validated its impact on the mechanical properties and failure behavior of UHPC in the solid hardened state. Additionally, he is also interested in the application of smart systems for structural health monitoring and vibration control. Previously, he numerically investigated the seismic performance of different structural bracing arrangements and control algorithms with smart magnetorheological fluid dampers during his tenure at IIT-K.
His current research interests are the development of efficient numerical modeling for fiber-reinforced concrete flow and predicting the failure behavior of composite shear wall systems. He is also interested in the development of computationally efficient machine learning (ML) based numerical solvers for particle-based computational models.
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 2021
M.Tech. in Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 2016
B.E. in Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Engineering, Science and Technology, Shibpur, 2014
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- Bhaduri, Tathagata. Multi-scale computational modeling of interplay of fibers, reinforcement and cementitious matrix for ultra-high performance concrete in fluid and solid states. Diss. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 2021.
- Gomaa, Shady, Tathagata Bhaduri, and Mohammed Alnaggar. "Coupled Experimental and Computational Investigation of the Interplay between Discrete and Continuous Reinforcement in Ultrahigh Performance Concrete Beams. I: Experimental Testing." Journal of Engineering Mechanics 147.9 (2021): 04021049.
- Bhaduri, Tathagata, Shady Gomaa, and Mohammed Alnaggar. "Coupled Experimental and Computational Investigation of the Interplay between Discrete and Continuous Reinforcement in Ultrahigh Performance Concrete Beams. II: Mesoscale Modeling." Journal of Engineering Mechanics 147.9 (2021): 04021050.
- Bhaduri, Tathagata, and Mohammed Alnaggar. "Modeling of Steel Reinforced UHPC Beams Failure." International Interactive Symposium on Ultra-High Performance Concrete. Vol. 2. No. 1. Iowa State University Digital Press, 2019.
- Jana, Debasish, Tathagata Bhaduri, and Sujit Kumar Dalui. "Numerical study of optimization of interference effect on pentagonal plan shaped tall building." Asian Journal of Civil Engineering 16.8 (2015): 1123-1153.
The following is a selection of recent publications in Scopus. Tathagata Bhaduri has 3 indexed publications in the subjects of and Engineering.