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Tanya Buddi , Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, is pursuing her Ph.D from KL University and has seven years of academic and research experience. Her Ph.D work is on Development of Bio-adhesive in Plywood Manufacturing, part of which was carried out at RGUKT, Basar and Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. She had earned Bachelors of Engineering from JNTUK in Mechanical Engineering, and Master of Technology also from JNTUK in Machine Design.
Mrs Tanya’s research interests include Wood based Bio-Composites, Nano Composites, Sheet Metal Forming in which she has 7 publications, in various journals and conferences. In past, she has executed a funded project in the area of Wood based Bio-Composites funded by UGC in the year 2014 for 2.0 lakhs.
Mrs Tanya currently manages International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterization (ICMPC) as a Treasurer. She has been in this role since 2014. This conference was conducted every year in the campus of GRIET.
She has attended many Faculty development programs in the areas of design, material science, research methodology, advanced manufacturing Technology, nanotechnology and Pedagogy. She handled the subjects Kinematics of machinery, Machine Design, Metrology and Surface Engineering, Engineering drawing, Machine Drawing. Her versatile knowledge in different Machine design tools guides the students in understanding the basic concepts and depth of the subject with ease. Her experience helps the students in developing projects that meet the industry needs.
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Technology of Engineering & Technology(GRIET)
Bachupally, Hyderabad – 500090, Telangana StateINDIA
Plywoods, particleboards and medium density fibreboards are currently used in the construction of houses, furniture, partitions, etc. These usually incorporate some form of formaldehyde as part of the adhesive system. Formaldehyde-based adhesives are known to be harmful as formaldehyde emissions during manufacture and after installation are known to be carcinogenic and have other undesirable health effects. This and other environmental concerns have in the recent past led to an interest in ‘green’ adhesives from biological sources that are sustainable and environmentally friendly. In this project an attempt will be made to manufacture plywoods by some bio-adhesive and its strength will be compared with the one produced by formaldehyde.