Pankaj Dhatrak

Pankaj Dhatrak
Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT-World Peace University (Formerly Maharashtra Institute of Technology) · School of Mechanical Engineering

PhD (Mechanical Engineering)

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Introduction
Dr. Pankaj Dhatrak is currently working as a Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering at MIT-World Peace University, Pune, India. His research interests focus on Finite Element Analysis of Automotive components, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, and their applications. Biomedical research in Dentistry, Integration of Mechanical Engineering for varied Biomechanical applications.
Additional affiliations
July 2011 - present
Dr. Vishwanath Karad MIT-World Peace University Pune
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Description
  • Dr. Pankaj Dhatrak is currently working as a Assistant Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering at MIT-World Peace University, Pune, India. He has received his PhD degree from Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune, India in the field of Mechanical Engineering. His research interests focus on Finite Element Analysis of Automotive components, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, and their applications. He has also working as Reviewer for various reputed peer-reviewed Journal.
Education
February 2015 - January 2020
Savitribai Phule Pune University
Field of study
  • Investigations on design of a New Dental Implant for Stress Distribution Pattern between Implant-Bone Interface
June 2000 - December 2001
Savitribai Phule Pune University
Field of study
  • Crankshaft Balancing

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Publications (46)
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Dental implants are getting common these days and have become alternate to orthodox techniques. A dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone to support a dental prosthetic device such as a crown, bridge, or to act as an orthodontic anchor. The result of any implant process relies on bone density, implant design, and surgic...
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Dental implants act as a bridge between the oral environment and deep core structures of the jaw. The temperature rise leading to heat generation in the course of operation of the dental implants results in thermal injury of the adjoining bone tissue to the implant site resulting into implant failure. Present review is focused on existing research...
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This paper highlights the problems faced during the pandemic, as this pandemic caused adverse ramifications and washed out many vulnerable communities. Healthcare systems and providers raised their capabilities and capacities promptly to battle challenges that were unprecedented. Yet, a lack of prompt response has led to huge global losses in all t...
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Dental Implants are commonly used for replacement of the natural teeth due to damage occurred because of old age, infection. The stress distribution around the implant decides the implant success and its stability. The thread design of the implant is critical in ensuring an even distribution of stress around the implant. In this study the design of...
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As the intricacy of problems encountered increases, humans need to explore space, hence demanding more experiments to be performed at different physical conditions. Nanosatellites are not only cheap and flexible but they are also validated in space which can be used as extensions for the larger satellites for more wider applications. The materials...
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Functionally graded materials (FGMs) have been an integral part of the bio-medical industry for a significant span of period. It has helped to address issues arising due to use of orthodox materials in the fabrication of implants and other surgical tools. With variations in the material concentration of a single material or combination of multiple...
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The current study aims to examine the stress behavior along with the Knee Implant components namely femoral, tibial cushion, and the tibial insert where the femoral and tibial insert components are made of Ti–6Al–4V alloy and the tibial cushion component is varied with different polymer-based biomaterials like Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethyle...
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Since the first Industrial Revolution the trends in manufacturing have evolved a lot, from mechanical production to the era of smart manufacturing via technologies like Cyber Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Big Data, Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Additive Manufacturing, Advanced robots, Modelling and Simulation and Augmented Virtual Realit...
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In modern clinical dentistry, the success rate of implants depends on many biological and mechanical aspects, the main factor affecting it is osseointegration. The proper anchorage of the implant into the bone is extremely necessary to avoid implant failure. The stability of the implant is classified into two stages, the primary stability and the s...
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Dental implants used for dental restorations in patients may fail due to a number of factors like poor osseointegration, wrong implant design, faulty surgical technique or excessive loading. In order to ensure longevity of the dental implants it is necessary to optimize the various features of the implant. Optimization is the technique of maximizin...
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There are so many significant developments made in drug delivery system (DDS) in which Polymer DDS has reached great developments. The main motive of this paper is to focus on DDS developing by Polyelectrolytes. Polymers have achieved much importance in DDS. Polyelectrolytes shows an exceptional category of polymer compounds containing of opposite...
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A vertical-axis wind turbine (VAWT) is a type of wind turbine where the main rotor shaft is set transverse to the wind (but not necessarily vertically) while the main components are located at the base of the turbine. The performance of a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) is closely related to its Tip Speed Ratio (TSR). It is not easy to know befor...
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Dental implants have been a popular choice due to their increasingsurvival rate of implantation in the field of dentistry. The survival rate of implants is influenced by various parameters such as implant design, implant stability, osseointegration and fatigue life of the implant. Among these parameters, implant geometry plays a vital role. The des...
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Dental implants are the first choice in replacing any lost teeth. The material used for dental implants should have high mechanical strength, superior biocompatibility, good osseointegration ability, high resistance to corrosion and wear and better aesthetic appeal. Titanium (Ti) is popularly used in dentistry for implant purpose as it exhibits exc...
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Irrigation plays a significant role in effective root canal therapy. It has different significant goals, which vary with the type of irrigant being used. The process of irrigation involves flushing out a root channel with water or a solution. Root canals have spaces that cannot be washed via mechanical means. The solution must enter the periapical...
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A Dental implant is a surgical procedure of fixing an artificial tooth inside the jawbone and allowed to heal over a span of time, in that performing Socket Shield Technique (SST) by preserving some part of root inside the extracted part called ‘Socket’ and depending upon the shield and implant position inside the socket will give different results...
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Dental implant is used as restoration of lost tooth caused due to accidental injuries. When dental implant gets osseointegrated, it behaves in a manner like natural teeth as it is continuously acted upon by static and dynamic loads. The forces get transmitted during osseointegration are directed toward jawbone and they induce excessive stresses whi...
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Topology optimization is a technique which has proven to be a very crucial and effective tool in modification of the geometry of various mechanical or load bearing components. This technique has been used in aerospace, mechanical and civil applications to save material and reduce the overall mass of the component. There are various existing topolog...
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A dental implant's success and survival rate is often affected by the complexities involved during the dental implantation. This has led the dental implant research towards the techniques and ideas in minimizing the complexities during surgery and increasing the survival. The implantation involving the unavailability of bone quantity must be treate...
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The transport industry is a major contributor to both local pollution and greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). The key challenge today is to mitigate the adverse impacts on the environment caused by road transportation. The volatile market prices and diminishing supplies of fuel have led to an unprecedented interest in battery electric vehicles (BEVs)....
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PurposeDental implants are placed in the jaw of a patient to perform the function of a missing tooth. However, before the implant is subjected to masticatory loading, sufficient osseointegration should take place to prevent its failure. Resonance Frequency Analysis is one of the methods to measure the primary stability of an implant system in terms...
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In today’s scenario knee implant is designed to replace the knee joint damaged bone. The evolution of knee arthroplasty with improved designs and longer implant life span has taken place in the last 30 years. Rapid improvements to gain the best possible results are been done. The objective of review is to examine the materials and manufacturing pro...
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Application of polymer and polymeric composite materials in dental implant has shown a drastic increase due to their added advantages. Since dental implant material has been limited to continuous usage of metal/composites, but it possesses certain limitations urging the researchers to find a substitute to the orthodox dental implants. With surface...
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The goal of any manufacturer is customer’s satisfaction this can be achieved by delivering the quality product, right on time at reasonable cost. Any organization whether manufacturing or service will survive and sustain the competency if it is flexible enough to continuously and systematically respond to the customers need and accordingly adds val...
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Engineering design is an iterative process that requires to be dealt with all feasible design solutions in order to arrive at a desired objective. Gear drives are considered as the critical components in a mechanical power transmission system. It is possible that gears will predominate as the most effective means of transmitting power in future mac...
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Bone density is a factor that plays a crucial role in achieving predictable osseointegration and the success of implants. It is very important for the dentist to have proper knowledge about bone density so as to come up with a proper surgery plan; hence an in depth understanding of bone density and its variations has become an important issue to ev...
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Materials used currently in dental implantology include pure titanium and titanium alloy namely-along with polymers and ceramics. Owing to their excellent mechanical properties such as lower modulus of elasticity, better fatigue strength, and higher corrosion resistance, they are more preferred for replacing a missing tooth in patients. The surface...
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From the view of initial insertion of dental implant during implantation, the design of implants includes cylindrical, conical profile of implant body with number of cutting flutes at the tip of the implant. The current study aim was to investigate the effect of number of cutting flutes at the tip of the commercial dental implant system on stress d...
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Stability of an implant is a crucial factor in osseointegration. As osseointegration (bone remodelling and regeneration at implant surface) is directly dependent on primary stability, it is extremely important to accurately measure the primary stability not only at the time of implant placement but also at various stages of healing. It is, therefor...
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The dental implants used by dentists during implantation should be appropriately inserted into the patient jawbone to improve the success rate of implantation. Therefore, insertion torque plays a vital role in the implantation procedure. Most of the times, dentists use the prescribed insertion torque values that are generalised, not patient specifi...
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The dental implant success depends on various factors but one of the essential factors is the complete osseointegration between the bone and the implant. Incomplete or weak osseointegration may cause the implant to be mobile (micro-mobility) due to peri-implant bone loss or it may get lost. A peri-implant bone loss of greater than 1 mm in the first...
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In recent times, there has been significant research in the area of vibration in aircraft wings. Vibration can cause some serious failure in the structure. The increase in research in vibration has led to taking design considerations in the wings. This paper specifically focuses on the vibration in wings. Modal analysis of wing with the rectangular...
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The materials used for biomedical applications include metal and their alloys, polymers, and ceramics. Of these, titanium (Ti) and titanium alloys are widely used as implant materials owing to its superior corrosion resistance and high mechanical strength. Although titanium has several advantages, being biologically inert, it cannot osseointegrate...
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The aim of the current study is to examine numerically the stress intensity along bone-implant interface for selected implant systems under occlusal load using finite element analysis (FEA) and confirming the result experimentally by optical technique. To see the biomechanical performance at bone-implant interface the five types of implant systems...
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Artificial bone modelling has been done in recent times in order to replicate the mechanical properties and microstructure of the human cancellous and cortical bone. The applications of artificial bone models include bone grafting and testing of orthopaedic instruments. The recent developments in this field make the use of natural polymers and bio-...
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Several finite element models of bone-implant prosthetic derived with geometrical topology and material properties. Most of them adopted linear isotropic material properties to predict stresses around bone-implant interface. The objective of the present study is to compare stress distribution around bone-implant interface between two material model...
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Purpose of the study is to determine the effect of pitch and length variation on stress intensity around dental-implant bone interface. Finite Elemental Analysis were conducted first for identification of stress intensity of v threaded commercial implant model and then used further for finding stress intensity results of each model with variation i...
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Dental implants are nowadays commonly used as replacement for natural teeth when natural teeth get damaged due to injury, infection or old age. Despite high success rates of implantation, complications and failures of implants still occur. The aim of this study is to predict fatigue life of commercially available implant system using FEA and verifi...
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Dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw to support a dental prosthesis. Dental implants are used to retain and support fixed and removable dental prostheses. Dental implants are subjected to continuous loading due to the mastication forces which makes it necessary to study the effect of fatigue life. Fatigue...
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ARTICLE INFO The angled abutment dental implants are being widely used for the implantation. The implants systems are available in various thread profiles & abutment angles. During the mastication of the food masticatory force acts on the angled abutment dental implants. This results into higher stress intensity and bone damage around the implants...
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Dental implant is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw to support a dental prosthesis. Dental implants are used to retain and support fixed and removable dental prostheses. Dental implants are subjected to continuous loading due to the mastication forces which makes it necessary to study the effect of fatigue life. Fatigue...
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Nowadays, angled abutment dental implants are being widely used for the dental prosthesis. The angled abutment introduced for implantation which is not possible with straight drilling of implants. Occlusal loads on dental implants causes stress generation at implant-bone interface which causes crestal bone loss and leads to loosening of implants fa...

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Minimise Stress around implant-bone Interface