C S MANOHAR

 

Professor

Department of Civil Engineering

 

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Current research

 

1.      Bayesian methods for system identification and model selection

2.      Global sensitivity analysis for dependent random and hybrid uncertainty models

3.      Random vibration testing with controlled samples

4.       Performance based structural engineering for multiple hazards

Office

Department of Civil Engineering

Indian Institute of Science

Bangalore 560 012

manohar@civil.iisc.ernet.in

Tel: 080 2293 3121

Fax: 080 2360 0404

Home

NE 215, Block 8
Indian Institute of Science Campus
Bangalore 560 012
Tel: 080 2360 6961

manohariisc@yahoo.com

Current Teaching

  1. Random vibration and reliability analyses
  2. Structural dynamics

 

 

BRNS CRP on Uncertainty Analysis of

Engineering & Environmental Systems

 

 

 

Publications (2011-2015)

 

1.      G Greegar and C S Manohar, 2015, Global response sensitivity analysis of uncertain structures, Accepted for publication, Structural Safety.

2.      S Abhinav and C S Manohar, 2015, Global response sensitivity analysis of randomly excited dynamic structures, Accepted for publication, ASCE Journal of Engineering Mechanics.

3.      S Ammanagi and C S Manohar, 2015, Optimal input cross-power spectra in shake table testing of asymmetric structures, Accepted for publication, Earthquake and Structures.

4.      S Abhinav D Ghosh, and C S Manohar, 2015, Substructuring methods for finite element analysis, Encyclopedia of Earthquake Engineering, Springer, Editors: M. Beer, I. Kougioumtzoglou, E. Patelli, I, Siu-Kui Au.

5.      V Sundar and C S Manohar, 2015, Reliability estimation and analysis for dynamical systems, Encyclopedia of Earthquake Engineering, Springer, Editors: M. Beer, I. Kougioumtzoglou, E. Patelli, I, Siu-Kui Au.

6.      G Greegar and C S Manohar, 2015, Global response sensitivity analysis using probability distance measures and generalization of Sobolís analysis, Accepted for publication, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.

7.      V S Sundar, S Ammanagi, and C S Manohar, 2015, System reliability of randomly vibrating structures: computational modeling and laboratory testing, Accepted for publication, Journal of Sound and Vibration.

8.      Rajdip Nayek and C S Manohar, 2015, Girsanov transformation based reliability modeling and testing of actively controlled structures, Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE, http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)EM.1943-7889.0000893

9.      O Kanjilal and C S Manohar, 2015, Markov Chain splitting methods in structural reliability estimation, Accepted, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics.

10.  S Abhinav and C S Manohar 2015, Bayesian parameter identification in dynamic state space models using modified measurement equations, International Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0020746215000323

11.  Ammanagi and C S Manohar 2015, Optimal cross-spectrum of road loads on vehicles: theory and experiments", Journal of Vibration and Control, DOI: 10.1177/1077546315570107.

12.  V S Sundar and C S Manohar 2015, Experimental studies on reliability model updating of a building frame model under random earthquake loads, Accepted, International Journal of Life Cycle Reliability and Safety Engineering.

13.  V S Sundar, and C S Manohar, 2014, Random vibration testing with controlled samples, Accepted for publication, Structural Control and Health Monitoring. DOI: 10.1002/stc.1646

14.  V S Sundar, and C S Manohar, 2014, Estimation of time variant reliability of randomly parametered nonlinear vibrating systems, Structural Safety, 47, 59-66.

15.  V S Sundar and C S Manohar, 2014, Updating reliability models for existing structures using measured responses, Accepted for publication, International Journal of Life Cycle Reliability and Safety Engineering.

16.  B Radhika and C S Manohar, 2013, Dynamic state estimation method for input identification in instrumented structures, Earthquake and Structures, 5(3).

17.  V S Sundar and C S Manohar, 2013, Time variant reliability model updating in instrumented dynamical systems based on Girsanov transformation, International Journal of Nonlinear Mechanics, Volume 52, June 2013, Pages 32-40.

18.  V S Sundar and C S Manohar, 2013, Updating reliability models of statically loaded structures, Structural Safety, Volume 40, January 2013, Pages 21-30.

19.  J M Chandra Kishen, Ananth Ramaswamy, and C S Manohar, 2013, Safety assessment of a brick masonry arch bridge: field testing and simulations, ASCE Journal of Bridge Engineering, Feb 2013, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 162-171.

20.  B Radhika and C S Manohar, 2012, Nonlinear dynamic state estimation in instrumented structures with conditionally linear Gaussian substructures, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, Volume 30, October 2012, Pages 89-103.

21.  B Radhika and C S Manohar, 2011, Updating response sensitivity models of nonlinear vibrating structures using particle filters, Computers and Structures, 89(11-12), 901-911.

22.  H A Nasrellah and C S Manohar, 2011, Finite element method based Monte Carlo filters for structural system identification, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 26 (2011) 294-307

23.  H A Nasrellah and C S Manohar, 2011, Particle filters for structural system identification using multiple test and sensor data: a combined computational and experimental study, Structural Control and Health Monitoring, 18, 99-120.

 

Ongoing projects

 

1.      C S Manohar, Coordinator, Uncertainty analysis of engineering and environmental systems, 2012-2015, Coordinated research project funded by BRNS, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India (Rs 2.9 crores).

Click here for brief description of the project.

2.      2012-2013, Development of a video based course on Finite element method for vibration and stability analyses, funded by National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL).

3.      2012-2014, Making performance based engineering for fire resistance attainable, United Kingdom-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI), Award under the strand of Innovation partnerships, Joint project between University of Edinburgh and IISc

(coordinators: Asif Usmani from Edinburgh and C S Manohar from IISc).

4.      C S Manohar and S Venkatesha, 2010-2013, Vibration based condition assessment and reliability analysis of existing structures, Funded by BRNS, DAE, Government of India (Rs 28.4 lakhs).