Dr Srinivas Nunna

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Associate Research Fellow, Stronger Carbon Fibre for Wind Turbines

Faculty

Instit for Frontier Materials

Department

Instit for Frontier Materials

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Contact

s.nunna@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 522 73629

Publications

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2020

PAN precursor fabrication, applications and thermal stabilization process in carbon fiber production: experimental and mathematical modelling

H Khayyam, R Jazar, S Nunna, G Golkarnarenji, K Badii, S Fakhrhoseini, S Kumar, M Naebe

(2020), Vol. 107, pp. 1-39, Progress in materials science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article
2019

Formation of skin-core in carbon fibre processing: A defect or an effect?

S Nunna, M Setty, M Naebe

(2019), Vol. 13, pp. 146-158, Express Polymer Letters, Budapest, Hungary, C1

journal article

Time dependent structure and property evolution in fibres during continuous carbon fibre manufacturing

Srinivas Nunna, Maxime Maghe, Rohit Rana, Russell Varley, Daniel Knorr Jr, James Sands, Claudia Creighton, Luke Henderson, Minoo Naebe

(2019), Vol. 12, pp. 1-10, Materials, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article

Development of a cost model for the production of carbon fibres

S Nunna, P Blanchard, D Buckmaster, S Davis, M Naebe

(2019), Vol. 5, pp. 1-9, Heliyon, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

Micro-waxs study of structural heterogeneity in single pan-precursor and subsequent carbon fiber

C Creighton, P Lynch, S Nunna, B Fox, M de Jong, S Mudie

(2019), Vol. 2019-May, International SAMPE Technical Conference, E1

conference
2018

A pathway to reduce energy consumption in the thermal stabilization process of carbon fiber production

S Nunna, M Maghe, S Fakhrhoseini, B Polisetti, M Naebe

(2018), Vol. 11, pp. 1-10, Energies, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal article
2017

Evolution of radial heterogeneity in polyacrylonitrile fibres during thermal stabilization: An overview

S Nunna, M Naebe, N Hameed, B Fox, C Creighton

(2017), Vol. 136, pp. 20-30, Polymer Degradation and Stability, C1

journal article

Radial structure and property relationship in the thermal stabilization of PAN precursor fibres

S Nunna, C Creighton, N Hameed, M Naebe, L Henderson, M Setty, B Fox

(2017), Vol. 59, pp. 203-211, Polymer Testing, C1

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The effect of thermally induced chemical transformations on the structure and properties of carbon fibre precursors

S Nunna, C Creighton, B Fox, M Naebe, M Maghe, M Tobin, K Bambery, J Vongsvivut, N Hameed

(2017), Vol. 5, pp. 7372-7382, Journal of materials chemistry a, Cambridge, United Kingdom, C1

journal article
2016

Investigation of progress of reactions and evolution of radial heterogeneity in the initial stage of thermal stabilization of PAN precursor fibres

S Nunna, M Naebe, N Hameed, C Creighton, S Naghashian, M Jennings, S Atkiss, M Setty, B Fox

(2016), Vol. 125, pp. 105-114, Polymer degradation and stability, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

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Structural transformation of polyacrylonitrile fibers during stabilization and low temperature carbonization

N Hameed, J Sharp, S Nunna, C Creighton, K Magniez, P Jyotishkumar, N Salim, B Fox

(2016), Vol. 128, pp. 39-45, Polymer Degradation and Stability, C1

journal article

Using ionic liquids to reduce energy consumption for carbon fibre production

M Maghe, C Creighton, L Henderson, M Huson, S Nunna, S Atkiss, N Byrne, B Fox

(2016), Vol. 4, pp. 16619-16626, Journal of materials chemistry A, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal article
2012

A review on mechanical behavior of natural fiber based hybrid composites

Srinivas Nunna, P Chandra, Sharad Shrivastava, A Jalan

(2012), Vol. 31, pp. 759-769, Journal of reinforced plastics and composites, London, Eng., C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Making low cost Australian carbon fibres

Dr Claudia Creighton, Mr Srinivas Nunna

AINSE Awards - Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering

  • 2016: $7,500
  • 2015: $7,500
  • 2014: $17,500

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report