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Biography

Dr. Krishanu Roy

University of Auckland, New Zealand

Lecturer


Email: kroy405@aucklanduni.ac.nz


Qualifications

2019 Ph.D., University of Auckland, New Zealand.

2014 Masters, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IIT Roorkee), Roorkee, India.


Publications (Selected)

Journals

  1. Nonlinear behaviour of back-to-back gapped built-up cold-formed steel channel sections under compression, K Roy, TCH Ting, HH Lau, JBP Lim, Journal of Constructional Steel Research 147, 257-276.
  2. Experimental and numerical investigation into the behaviour of face-to-face built-up cold-formed steel channel sections under compression, K Roy, C Mohammadjani, JBP Lim, Thin-Walled Structures 134, 291-309.
  3. Collapse behaviour of a fire engineering designed single-storey cold-formed steel building in severe fires, K Roy, JBP Lim, HH Lau, PM Yong, GC Clifton, RPD Johnston, ...Thin-Walled Structures 142, 340-357.
  4. Experimental and numerical investigations on the axial capacity of cold-formed steel built-up box sections, K Roy, TCH Ting, HH Lau, JBP Lim Journal of Constructional Steel Research 160, 411-427 .
  5. Experiments and finite element modelling of screw pattern of self-drilling screw connections for high strength cold-formed steel, K Roy, HH Lau, TCH Ting, R Masood, A Kumar, JBP Lim, Thin-Walled Structures 145, 106393.
  6. Effect of screw spacing on behavior of axially loaded back-to-back cold-formed steel built-up channel sections, TCH Ting, K Roy, HH Lau, JBP Lim, Advances in Structural Engineering 21 (3), 474-487.
  7. Effect of thickness on the behaviour of axially loaded back-to-back cold-formed steel built-up channel sections-Experimental and numerical investigation, K Roy, TCH Ting, HH Lau, JBP Lim, Structures 16, 327-346.
  8. Nonlinear behavior of axially loaded back-to-back built-up cold-formed steel un-lipped channel sections, K Roy, TCH Ting, HH Lau, JBP Lim, Steel and Composite Structures 28 (2), 233-250.
  9. Parametric study and simplified design equations for cold-formed steel channels with edge-stiffened holes under axial compression, B Chen, K Roy, A Uzzaman, GM Raftery, JBP Lim, Journal of Constructional Steel Research 172, 106161.
  10. Failure mechanism and bearing capacity of cold-formed steel trusses with HRC connectors, C Mathieson, K Roy, GC Clifton, A Ahmadi, JBP Lim, Engineering Structures 201, 109741.
  11. Numerical investigations on the axial capacity of back-to-back gapped built-up cold-formed stainless steel channels, K Roy, HH Lau, JBP Lim, Advances in Structural Engineering 22 (10), 2289-2310.
  12. Numerical investigation into the buckling behaviour of face-to-face built-up cold-formed stainless steel channel sections under axial compression, K Roy, JBP Lim, Structures 20, 42-73.
  13. Finite element modelling of back-to-back built-up cold-formed stainless-steel lipped channels under axial compression, K Roy, HH Lau, JBP Lim, Steel Compos. Struct 33 (1), 37-66.
  14. Web crippling behaviour of cold-formed steel channel sections with edge-stiffened and unstiffened circular holes under interior-two-flange loading condition, A Uzzaman, JBP Lim, D Nash, K Roy, Thin-Walled Structures 154, 106813.
  15. Axial strength of back-to-back cold-formed steel channels with edge-stiffened holes, un-stiffened holes and plain webs, B Chen, K Roy, A Uzzaman, G Raftery, JBP Lim, Journal of Constructional Steel Research 174, 106313.
  16. Flexural capacity of gapped built-up cold-formed steel channel sections including web stiffeners, K Roy, HH Lau, TCH Ting, B Chen, JBP Lim, Journal of Constructional Steel Research 172, 106154.


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