Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Engineering Technology

Qingyou Han

Journals

 

  1. Bagherzadeh, S., Abrinia, K., Han, Q. (2016). Ultrasonic Assisted Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (UAE) as a Novel Hybrid Method for Continuous Production of Ultra-fine Grained Metals. Materials Letters, 169(2), 90-94.

  2. Liu, Z., Han, Q., Huang, Z., Xing, J. (2016). A Quantitative Study of the Synthesis of TiB2 Particles via Salts-Metal Reaction at Different Temperatures. Metallurgical and Materials Transaction, 47A, 916-926.

  3. Liu, Z., Han, Q., Huang, Z., Xing, J., Gao, Y. (2016). Sonochemical Combustion Synthesis of Purer Ti2AlC from Ti-Al-C System. Chemical Engineering Journal, 288, 532-538.

  4. Zhang, Y., Miao, X., Shen, Z., Han, Q., Song, C., Zhai, Q. (2015). Macro Segregation Formation of the Primary Silicon Phase in Directionally Solidified Al-Si Hypereutectic Alloys under the Impact of Electric Currents. Acta Materialia, 97, 357-366.

  5. Han, Q. (2015). Mechanism of Die Soldering during Aluminum Die Casting. China Foundry, 12(2), 136-143.

  6. Wang, X., Han, Q. (2015). Relationships of Diboride Phases in Al-Ti(Zr)-B Alloys. Materials Science and Technology, 31(7), 874-879.

  7. Liu, Z., Rakita, M., Xu, W., Li, J., Han, Q. (2015). Ultrasound Assisted Combustion Synthesis of Al-Ti-C System. Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, 27, 621-637.

  8. Yin, F., Han, Q., Rakita, M., Wang, X. (2015). Numerical Modeling and Experimental Approach for Shot Velocity Evaluation during Ultrasonic Shot Peening. International Journal of Computational Materials Science and Surface Engineering, 6(2), 97-110.

  9. Han, Q. (2015). Ultrasonic Processing of Materials. Metallurgical and Materials Transaction, 46B, 1603-1614.

  10. X. Wang, and Q. Han , “On the Understanding of Aluminum Grain Refinement by Al-Ti-B Type Mater Alloys,” Metallurgical and Materials Transaction B, Accepted. (2015)

  11. Z. Liu, M. Rakita, W. Xu, X. Wang, and Q. Han, “Ultrasound Assisted Salts-Metal Reaction for Synthesizing TiB2 Particles at Low Temperatures,” Chemical Engineering Journal, 263 (2015), pp. 317-324.

  12. F. Yin, L. Hua, X. Wang, M. Rakita, and Q. Han, “Numerical Modeling and Experimental Approach for Surface Morphology Evaluation during Ultrasonic Shot Peening,” Computational Materials Science, 92 (2014) pp. 28-35.

  13. F. Yin, S. Hu, L. Hua, X. Wang, S. Suslov, and Q. Han, “Surface Nanocrystallization and Numerical Modeling of Low Carbon Steel by Means of Ultrasonic Shot Peening,” Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A46 (3), (2014), pp. 1253-1261.

  14. X. Wang, and Q. Han, “Relationships of Diboride Phases in Al-Ti(Zr)-B Alloys,” Materials Science and Technology, 31, No. 7 (2015) pp. 874-879.

  15. Q. Han, “Ultrasonic Degassing of Aluminum Alloys,” Materials Science Forum, vols. 783-786 (2014), pp. 155-160.

  16. M. Wang and Q. Han, “Particle Pushing during Solidification of Metals and Alloys,” Materials Science Forum, vols. 783-786 (2014), pp. 1513-1517.

  17. Wang, X., Jiang, L., Luo, A., Song, J., Liu, Z., Yin, F., Han, Q., Yue, S., and Jonas, J.J., “Deformation of Twins in a Magnesium Alloy under Tension at Room Temperature,” Alloys and Compounds, 2014, vol. 594, 44-47.

  18. Z.W. Liu, X.M. Wang, Q. Han*, and J.G. Li, Effect of ultrasonic vibration on direct reaction between solid Ti powders and liquid Al. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 45(2014), pp.543-546.

  19. Z.W. Liu, X.M. Wang, Q. Han*, and J.G. Li, “Effects of the addition of Ti powders on the microstructure and mechanical properties of A356 alloy,” Powder Technology, 253(2014), pp.751-756.

  20. Z.W. Liu, X.M. Wang, Q. Han*, and J.G. Li, “Synthesis of submicron sized TiC particles in aluminum melt at low melting temperature,” Journal of Materials Research, vol. 29, 2014, issue 07, pp. 896-901.

  21. Z.W. Liu, M. Rakita, X. Wang, W. Xu, and Q. Han, “In Situ Formed Al3Ti Particles in AL Alloy Matrix and Their Effects on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of 7075 Alloy,” Journal of Materials Research, vol. 29, 2014, issue 12, pp. 1354-1361.

  22. C. Song, K. Li, K. Xie, W. Liu, S. Zhao, Q. Han, and Q. Zhai, “The Effect of the Nucleation Ability on Solidified Microstructures of Gas-Atomized Fe-6.5 wt.%Si Alloy Powder,” Powder Technology, 263 (2014) pp. 31-36.

  23. Liu, Z.W., Han*, Q., & Li, J.G. (2013). Fabrication of in situ Al3Ti/Al composites by Using Ultrasound Assisted Direct Reaction between Solid Ti Powders and Liquid Al. Powder Technology, 247: pp. 55-59.

  24. Liu Y., Han* Q., Hua L., & Xu C. (2013). Numerical and Experimental Investigation of Upsetting with Ultrasonic Vibration of Pure Copper Cone Tip. Ultrasonics, 53(1), 803-807.

  25. Xu, C., Cui, Y., & Han. (2013). Q. Severe Plastic Deformation of Steel Induced by Ultrasonic Vibrations. Open Journal of Metal, 3, pp.1-5.

  26. Rakita, M., Liu, Y., Yin, F., Wang, M., & Han, Q. (2013). Ultrasonic Shot Peening. International Journal of Computational Materials Science and Surface Engineering, 5, No. 3, 189-209.

  27. X. Jian, and Q. Han, “Formation of Hypereutectic Silicon Particles in Hypoeutectic Al-Si Alloys under the Influence of High-Intensity Ultrasonic Vibration,” China Foundry, 2013, vol. 10 (2), pp. 118-123.

  28. Y. Liu, S. Suslov, Q. Han, L. Hua, and C. Xu, “Comparison Between Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted Upsetting and Conventional Upsetting,” Metall. Mater. Transactions, 44A, (2013), (7), pp. 3232-3244.

  29. C. Song, Y. Guo, K. Li, F. Sun, Q. Han, and Q. Zhai, “In-situ Observation of Phase Transformation and Structure Evolution of a 12 pct Cr Ferritic Stainless Steel,” Metall. Mater. Transactions, 43B, October, (2012), pp. 1127-1137.

  30. Z.W. Liu, Q. Han, and J.G. Li, “Formation of Small Blocky Al3Ti Particles via Direct Reaction between Solid Ti Powders and Liquid Al,” Metall. Mater. Transactions, 43A, n12, (2012), pp. 4460-4463.

  31. Z.W. Liu, Q. Han, J. G. Li, “A Developed Method for Producing in situ TiC/Al Composites by Using Quick Preheating Treatment and Ultrasonic Vibration,” Composites B(IF: 1.73), 43(5), (2012), pp. 2429-2433.

  32. Z.W. Liu, Q. Han, J. G. Li, “A Developed Method for Fabricating in situ TiCp/Mg Composites by Using Quick Preheating Treatment and Ultrasonic Vibration,” Metall. Mater. Transactions 43A (2012), pp.2116-2124. (IF: 1.545)

  33. Z.W. Liu, Q. Han, J. G. Li, “Effect of Ultrasonic Vibration on Microstructural Evolution of the Reinforcements and Degassing of in situ TiB2p/Al-12Si-4Cu Composites,” Journal of Materials Processing Technology(IF: 1.78),” 212 (2012), pp. 365-371.

  34. J. Song, T. Denouden, and Q. Han, “Mechanisms of Soldering Formation on Coated Core Pins,” Metall. Mater. Trans 43A (2012), pp. 415-421.

  35. Z.J. Zuo, Q. Han, and M. Dai, “The Analysis of Stiffness Condition in Rolling Thin-Walled Ring,” Applied Mechanics and Materials, 157-158 (2012), pp. 702-705.

  36. Y. Liu, S. Suslov, Q. Han, C. Xu, and L. Hua, “Microstructure of the Pure Copper Produced by Upsetting with Ultrasonic Vibration,” Materials Letters, vol. 67 (2012), pp. 52-55.

  37. Z.W. Liu, Q. Han, J. G. Li, “Ultrasound Assisted in situ Technique for the Synthesis of Particulate Reinforced Aluminum Matrix Composites,” Composites: Part B Engineering, vol. 42 (2011), pp. 2080-2084.

  38. Z.W. Liu, M. Rakita, Q. Han, and J.G. Li, “Microstructural Evolution of Reinforcements in the Remelting in situ TiV/Al-12Si Composites Treated by Ultrasonic Vibration,” Materials Research Bulletin (IF 2.1), vol. 46 (2011), pp. 1674-1678.

  39. C. Song, Y. Guo, Y. Zhang, H. Zheng, M. Yan, Q. Han, and Q. Zhai, “Effects of Currents on the Microstructure of Directionally Solidified Al-4.5 wt% Cu Alloy,” Journal of Crystal Growth, 324 (2011) pp.235-242.(IF:1.726)

  40. Y. Zhang, C. Song, L. Zhu, H. Zheng, H. Zhong, Q. Han, and Q. Zhai, “Influence of Electric-Current Pulse Treatment on the Formation of Regular Eutectic Morphology in an Al-Si Eutectic Alloy,” Metall. Mater. Trans 42B (2011), pp. 604-611.

  41. C. Allen, and Q. Han, “Grain Refinement of Pure Aluminum Using Ultrasonics,” International Journal of Metalcasting, 5 (2011), No.1, pp.69-70.

  42. Q. Han, H. Xu, P.P. Ried, and P. Olson, “Accelerated Method for Testing Soldering Tendency of Core Pins,” International Journal of Cast Metals Research, 23 (2010), Issue 5, pp. 296-302.

  43. Q. Cheng, S. Wang, and Q. Han, “Novel Process for Isolating Fibrils from Cellulose Fibers by High-Intensity Ultrasonication. II. Fibril Characterization,” Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 115 (2010), Issue 5, pp. 2756-2762.

  44. Y. Dai, M. Yang, C. Song, Q. Han, and Q. Zhai, “Solidification Structure of C2.08Cr25.43Si1.19Mn0.43Fe70.87 Powders Fabricated by High Pressure Gas Atomization,” Materials Characterization, 61 (2010), issue 1, pp. 116-122.

  45. D.M. Gao, Z.J. Li, Q. Han, and Q.J. Zhai, “Effects of Ultrasonic Power on Microstructure and Properties of AZ91 Alloy,” Materials Science and Engineering A, 502 (2009), issues 1-2, pp. 2-5.

  46. C.J. Song, Q. Han, and Q.J. Zhai, “Review of Grain Refinement Methods for As-Cast Microstructure of Magnesium Alloy,” China Foundry, 6 (2009), issue 2, pp. 93-103.

  47. F. He, Q. Han, and M. Jackson, “Nanoparticulate Reiforced Metal Matrix Nanocomposites – A Review,” International Journal of Nanoparticles, 1 (2008), issue 4, pp. 301-309.

  48. S. Zhang, Z.K. Liu, and Q. Han, “Thermodynamic Modeling of the Succinonitrile-Water System,” Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion, 29 (2008), pp. 247-251.

  49. H. Xu, Q. Han, and T.T. Meek, “Effects of Ultrasonic Vibration on Degassing of Aluminum Alloys,” Materials Science and Engineering A, 473 (2008), issues 1-2, pp.96-104.

  50. S. Zhang, Q. Han, and Z.K. Liu, “Thermodynamic Investigation of Alkali-Metal-Induced High Temperature Embrittlement in Al-Li Alloys,” Advanced Engineering Materials, 9 (2007), No.11, pp.981-986.
  51. S. Zhang, Q. Han, and Z.K. Liu, “Fundamental Understanding of Na-Induced High Temperature Embrittlement in Al-Mg Alloys,” Philosophical Magazine, 2007, vol. 87, no. 1, pp.147-157.
  52. Y. Cui, C. Xu, and Q. Han, “Microstructure Improvement in Weld Metal Using Ultrasonic Vibrations,” Advanced Engineering Materials, 9 (2007), No.3, pp. 161-163.
  53. H. Xu, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Effects of Ultrasonic Field and Vacuum on Degassing of Molten Aluminum Alloy,” Materials Letters, 61 (2007), No. 4-5, pp. 1246-1250.
  54. Y. Cui, C.L. Xu, and Q. Han, “A Method of Eliminating the Unmixed Zone in AL-6XN Alloy Welds,” Scripta Materialia., 2006, vol.55, No.11, pp. 975-978.
  55. Q. Han, “Motion of Bubbles in the Mushy Zone,” Scripta Materialia., 2006, vol.55, No.10, pp. 871-874.
  56. S.J. Zhang, Q. Han, and Z.K. Liu, “Thermodynamic Modeling of the Al-Mg-Na System,” Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2006, vol. 419, pp. 91-97.
  57. H. Xu, D.L. Xu, S. Zhang, and Q. Han, “Effect of the Alloy Composition on the Grain Refinement of Aluminum Alloys,” Scripta Materialia., 2006, vol. 54, n12, pp. 2191-2196.
  58. C. Xu, Z. Jia, D. Wu, Q. Han, and T.T. Meek, “Fabrication of nylon-6/Carbon Nanotube Composites,” Journal of Electronic Materials, 2006, Vol. 35, No. 5, p.954-957.
  59. C. Xu, J. Chen, Y. Cui, Q. Han, H. Coo, K. Liaw, and D. Wu, “Influence of the Surface Treatment on the Deposition of Platinum Nanoparticles on the Carbon Nanotubes,” Advanced Engineering Materials, 2006, Vol. 8, No.1-2, pp.73-77.
  60. X. Jian, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Refinement of Eutectic Silicon Phase of Aluminum A356 Alloy Using High-Intensity Ultrasonic Vibration,” Scripta Materialia., 2006, vol. 54, n5, pp. 893-896.
  61. S.J. Zhang, C. Brubaker, C. Jiang, M. Yang, Y. Zhong, Q. Han, and Z.K. Liu, “A Combined First-Principles Calculation and Thermodynamic Modeling of the F-K-Na System,” Materials Science and Engineering, A418 (2006), pp. 161-171.
  62. P.E. King, B.M. Golchert, T. Li, M. Hassan, and Q. Han, “Energy Efficient Operation of Aluminum Furnaces,” Aluminum World, Issue 9, 2006.
  63. Y. Cui, C.L. Xu, Q. Han, H. Choo, and P.K. Liaw, “Formation of Dendritic Nanotubes under an Electric Field,” Advanced Engineering Materials, vol. 7, No.9, 2005, pp.827-829.
  64. Q. Han, M.I. Hassan, S. Viswanathan, K. Saito, and S.K. Das, “The Reheating-Cooling Method: A Technique for Measuring Mechanical Properties in the Nonequilibrium Mushy Zones of Alloys,” Metall Mater Trans 36A, 2005, pp. 2073-2080.
  65. Q. Han, and H. Xu, “Fluidity of Alloys under High Pressure Die Casting Conditions,” Scripta Materialia., 2005, vol. 53, pp. 7-10.
  66. X. Jian, H. Xu., T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Effect of Power Ultrasound on Solidification of Aluminum A356 Alloy,” Materials Letters, vol. 59, issues 2-3, 2005, pp. 190-193.
  67. Q. Han, B.K. Kad, and S. Viswanathan, “The Design Perspective of Magnesium Die Casting Alloys,” Philosophical Magazine, vol. 84, issue 36, 2004, pp. 3843-60.
  68. Q. Han, and S. Viswanathan, “The use of thermodynamic simulation for the selection of hypoeutectic aluminum-silicon alloys for semi-solid metal processing,” Materials Science and Engineering A, v 364, n 1-2, Jan 15, 2004, pp. 48-54.
  69. Cailu Xu, Gongwei Wu, Zheng Liu, Dehai Wu, Thomas T. Meek, Qingyou Han, Preparation of copper nanoparticles on carbon nanotubes by electroless plating method, Materials Research Bulletin, 39 (2004), pp. 1499-1505.
  70. H. Xu, X. Jian, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Degassing of Molten Aluminum A356 Alloy Using Ultrasonic Vibration,” Materials Letters, v 58/29, 2004, pp. 3668-3672.
  71. Q. Han, J. Zeh, E. Hatfield, V.K. Sikka, “Dross formation during remelting of aluminum 5182 remelt secondary ingot (RSI),” Materials Science and Engineering A, v 363, n 1-2, Dec 20, 2003, pp. 9-14.
  72. Q. Han, A.J. Duncan, and S. Viswanathan, “Permeability Measurements of the Flow of Interdendritic Liquid in Equiaxed Aluminum-Silicon Alloys,” Metall. Mater. Trans., 34B (2003), pp. 25-28.
  73. Q. Han, and S. Viswanathan, “Analysis of the Mechanism of Die Soldering in Aluminum Die Casting,” Metall. Mater. Trans., 34A (2003), pp. 139-46.
  74. Q. Han, and S. Viswanathan, “Hydrogen Evolution during Directional Solidification and Its Effect on Porosity Formation in Aluminum Alloys,” Metall. Mater. Trans., 33A (2002), pp.2067-2072.
  75. Q. Han, S. Viswanathan, D.L. Spainhower, and S.K. Das, “The Nature of Surface Cracking in DC Cast Aluminum Alloy Ingots,” Metall. Mater. Trans., 32A (2001), pp.2209-11.
  76. A.J. Duncan, Q. Han and S. Viswanathan: “Measurement of Liquid Permeability in the Mushy Zones of Aluminum-Copper Alloys,” Metall. Mater. Trans. 30B (1999), pp. 745-750
  77. X. Wan, Q. Han and J.D. Hunt: “A Diffusion Solution for the Melting/Dissolution of a Solid at Constant Temperature and Its Use for Measuring the Diffusion Coefficient in Liquids,” Metall. Mater. Trans. 29A (1998), pp. 751-755.
  78. Q. Han: “Interaction of Particles with a Freezing Front,” (Invited) “Current Topics in Crystal Growth Research” 4(1998), pp. 147-154.
  79. J.D. Hunt, Q. Han, and X. Wan, “Growth of a Cellular/Dendritic Array,” High Power Laser and Particle Beams, 9 (1997) No.1, pp. 161-172.

  80. Q. Han, H. Hu and X. Zhong: “Models for the isothermal Coarsening of the Secondary Dendrite arms in Multicomponent Alloys,” Metall Trans, 28B (1997), pp. 1185-1187.
  81. Q. Han and A. Hellawell: “Primary Particle Melting Rates and Equiaxed Grain Nucleation,” Metall Trans. 28B (1997), pp.169-173.
  82. X. Wan, Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Experimental Studies on the Transition from Regular to Irregular Dendritic Growth,” Acta Metall Mater. 45 (1997), pp. 3975-3979.
  83. J.D. Hunt, Q. Han and X. Wan: “Growth of a Cellular/Dendritic Array,” (invited paper), J. Mater. Sci. Technol., 13 (1997) 161-172.
  84. Q. Han and J.D. Hunt: “Numerical Modeling of the Growth of a Cellular/Dendritic Array in Multi-component Alloys,” Matls Sci and Enging, A238 (1997), pp.192-195.
  85. Q. Han and J.D. Hunt: “Behavior of Particles near a Freezing Front,” Materials Review (Chinese), 10 (1996), pp.101-105.
  86. Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “On Particle Pushing During Solidification,” Acta Met. Sinica, 32 (1996) No.4, pp.1-6.
  87. X. Wan and Q. Han: “Theory of Array Growth of Cells/Dendrites,” Materials Review (Chinese), 10 (1996), pp.31-35.
  88. Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Particle Pushing: The Critical Flow Speed Required to Put Particles Into Motion During Fluid Flow,” J. Crystal Growth, 152 (1995), pp. 221-227.
  89. Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Redistribution of Particles during Solidification,” (Invited) ISIJ International (Special Issue on Recent Advances in Solidification), 35 (1995), pp. 693-699.
  90. Q. Han: “The Reasons for China’s Science & Technology Falling Behind the West in Modern Times,” Studies in Dialectics of Nature(Philosophy of Nature, Science and Technology, Science, Technology and Society)(Chinese), 11 (1995), No. 11, pp.9-14.
  91. Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Particle Pushing: The Concentration of Particles near a Solid Interface During Fluid Flow,” J. Crystal Growth, 140 (1994), pp. 398-405.
  92. Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Particle Pushing: The Attachment of Particles to the Solid-Liquid Interface During Fluid Flow,” J. Crystal Growth, 140 (1994), pp. 406-413.
  93. Q. Han, J.P. Lindsay, and J.D. Hunt: “The Effect of Fluid Flow on Particle Pushing,” Cast Metals, 6 (1994), pp. 237-.
  94. Q. Han: “The Phenomena of Particle Pushing and Its Mechanism,” Materials Review(Chinese), 8 (1994), pp. 91-96.
  95. Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Particle Pushing: The Distribution of Particles in Liquid Near a Solid Surface,” Matls. Sci. and Enging, A173 (1993) pp.221-225.
  96. Q. Han, P. Wang, and H. Hu,: “Reducing the Aging Effect of Zinc Based Alloys,” J. BUST (in Chinese), 15 (8)  (1993), pp.

  97. X. Zhao, H. Hu, P. Wang, G. Yang, and Q. Han: “Microstructure and Properties of ZA-27TiRE Alloy,” Rare Metals, 4 (2) (1993), pp.

  98. Q. Han, C. Zen, and H. Hu: “The Effects of Rare Earth Elements on the Properties and the Structure of Cast ZA-27 Alloy,” J.BUIST (Chinese), 14 (1992), No.1, pp.42-48.
  99. Q. Han, and H. Hu: “An Experimental Investigation into the Modification of the Corrosion Resistance of the ZA-27 Alloy with Rare Earth Elements,” J. Chinese Rare Earth, 10 (1992), No.3, pp.243-245.
  100. Q. Han, and H. Hu: “A Parameter for Evaluating the Ability of Solute Elements on Grain Refinement in Aluminium Alloy,” Cast Metals, 2, (1989) No.3, pp. 123-126.
  101. Y. Li, Q. Han, and X. Zhong: “The Magnetic Permeability of High Mn Cast Iron,” Foundry (Chinese), 1990, No.6, pp. 5-8.
  102. Q. Han: “A Mathematical Model for the Fluidity of Alloys,” J. BUIST(Chinese), 11(1989), No.4, pp.312-317.
  103. Q. Han, and H. Hu: “A Parameter for Evaluating Grain Refinement of Solute Elements,” Acta Met. Sinica (in Chinese), 24 (1988) No. 5, pp.324-330.
  104. X. Zhong, and Q. Han: “Experimental Investigation Into the Possibility of Eliminating Annealing for Some Cast Iron Parts,” Foundry(Chinese), 1988, No.8, pp.22-24.
  105. X. Zhong. Q. Han, and W. Zhong: “The Influence of Macro-structure on the deformation of Gray Cast Iron,” Modern Casting (Chinese), 1988, No.1, pp.2-6.
  106. Q. Han, H. Hu, and X. Zhong: “The Effect of Ce on the Solidification Structure of Low Sulfur 16Mn Steel,” Acta Met. Sinica, 23 (1987), No.3, pp.176-181.
  107. Q. Han, H. Hu, and X. Zhong: “The Mathematical Models for the Isothermal Coarsening of Secondary Dendrite Arms,” Materials Science Progress (Chinese), 1 (1987), pp.33-39.
  108. H. Hu, X. Zhong, Q. Han, and L. Ma: “The Effect of Ce and Ca-Si on the Primary Solidification Structure of Low Sulfur 16Mn Steel,” Rare Earth (in Chinese), 13 (5).

  109. Q. Han, and H. Hu: “The Effect of Solute Content on the Secondary Dendrite Arm Spacings for Multi-component Alloys,” J. BUIST(Chinese), 7 (1985), No.1, pp.1-11.

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Z. Liu, and Q. Han, “The Evolution of Solid Powders in Liquid Aluminum at Low Temperature and the Effects of Ultrasound on it,” Advanced Composites for Aerospace, Marine, and Land Application, eds.  (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2015), Orlando, FL, March 15-20, 2015.

  2. V. Rundquist, K. Manchiraju, and Q, Han, “Ultrasonic Degassing and Processing of Aluminum Part II,” eds.  ,(Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2015), Orlando, FL, March 15-20, 2015.

  3. Q. Han (Keynotes), “Automotive Lightweight: Opportunities and Challengers,” MATS 2014, Wuhan University of Technology, October 25-26, 2014, Wuhan, China.

  4. Fei Yin, Qingyou Han, Lin Hua, Finite element modelling and microstructural evolution for multiple impacts during ultrasonic shot peening. 2014 International Conference on Modern Auto Technology and Services, October 25-26, Wuhan China.

  5. Q. Han (Keynotes), “Ultrasonic Processing of Materials,” 53rd Annual Conference of Metallurgists, Vancouver, Canada, September 28-October 1, 2014. Sponsored by MET-SOC CIM (Canadian Institute of Ming, Metallurgy and Petroleum)

  6. X. Wang, and Q. Han (Invited), “On the Understanding of Aluminum Grain Refinement by Al-Ti-B Type Mater Alloys,” Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Conference of Metallurgists, Vancouver, Canada, September 28-October 1, 2014.

  7. Q. Han (Invited), “Ultrasonic Processing of Metallic Materials,” The 2nd International Symposium on Frontier in materials Sciences and Engineering, Salt Lake City, August 3-6, 2014.

  8. Q. Han (Keynotes), “The Mechanism of Die Soldering in Aluminum Die Casting,” Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Nonferrous Alloys and Special Casting Technology, Shanghai, June 20-21, 2014 (Sponsored by Chinese Foundry Society).

  9. M. Wang, X. Wang, W. Xu, and Q. Han, “Thermodynamic Simulation to Reduce β-(AlFeSi) Phase Formation in A380 Alloy”, NADCA Transaction, 2014, T14-051, pp. 1-11, Milwaukee, USA

  10. X. Wang, Q. Han, S. long, Y. Li, and W. Li, “Vacuum assisted die filling and pressurized feeding for magnesium die casting”, NADCA Transaction, 2014, T14-xxx, pp. 1-6, Milwaukee, USA

  11. W. Dai, X.M. Wang, W. Zhao, and Q. Han “A Comparison of the Effects of Al-Ti-B Type of Grain Refiners from Different Makers on Pure Aluminum”, Light Metals 2014, TMS 2014,  San Diego, Feb. 17-20, 2014.

  12. M. Wang, and Q. Han (Invited), “On Particle Pushing during Solidification of Metals and Alloys”, Thermec 2013, Las Vegas, 6-9 December, 2013.

  13. Q. Han (Invited), “Ultrasonic Degassing of Aluminum Alloys,” Thermec 2013, Las Vegas, 6-9 December, 2013.

  14. C.M. Vian, W. Dai, and Q. Han, “Behavior of Bubbles during Solidification,”NADCA Transactions 2013, T13-013.

  15. M. Rakita, and Q. Han, “Strain Rate as a Predictor of Hot Tearing in AZ91D Magnesium Alloy,” AFS Transactions, Cast Expo & Metalcasting Congress, American Foundry Society, St. Louis, Missouri. April 6-9, 2013. Paper 13-1340.

  16. Q. Li, W. Su, W. Dai, and Q. Han, “Numerical Simulation of Fluidity and Molding Filling Characteristics of Magnesium Alloys during Vacuum Assisted Lost Foam Casting Process”. AFS Transactions, Cast Expo & Metalcasting Congress, American Foundry Society, St. Louis, Missouri. April 6-9, 2013. Paper 13-1513.

  17. Q. Han, “Motion of Bubbles in the Mushy Zone – A Neglected Physical Phenomenon,” (Invited). China Foundry Week 2012, Suzhou, China, October 17-19. Proceedings of the China Foundry Week 2012, Foundry Institution of Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society, 2012, p. 56.

  18. M. Wang, and Q. Han, “Particle Pushing or particle Segregation during Solidification. Advances in Metal Casting Technologies, MS&T 2012, October 7-11, Pittsburgh, PA. USA.

  19. M. Wang, D. Myers, and Q. Han, “Study on Microstructure Evolution during Self-pierce Riveting Process,” NADCA Transactions, The North American Diecasting Associations, 2012, T12-062.

  20. J. Song, T. DenOuden, and Q. Han, “The Coating Failure of Coated Core Pin during Die Casting Process,” NADCA Transactions, The North American Diecasting Associations, 2012, T12-081.

  21. Wu, W., Zhu*, M., Sun, D., Dai, T., Han, Q., & Raabe, D. (2012). Modeling of Dendritic Growth and Bubble Formation. MCWASP XIII 2012. (Modeling of Casting, Welding and Advanced Solidification Processes 2012). June 17-22, Styria, Austria.

  22. Q. Han, (2012), “Radical Motion of Bubbles in the Mushy Zone,”(Invited), Proceedings of the Frontier in Solidification Science and Processing Technology, Shanghai University, May 2012, Shanghai, China.

  23. Han, Q. (2012). Radical Motion of Bubbles in the Mushy Zone.  AFS Transactions, Columbus, OH, April 18-20.

  24. Y. Teng, Y. Yang, H. Yu, L. Wang, & W. Huang. (2012). Behavior of Bubbles under Directional Solidification Conditions. AFS Transactions, Columbus, OH, April 18-20.

  25. Liu, Y., Han, Q., & Hua, Lin (2012). Finite Element Simulation Analysis of the Ultrasonic Vibration Forging of an Aluminum Cylinder Workpiece. Light Metals 2012, pp. 256-264. Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, March 10-16, Orlando, FL.

  26. Song, J., & Han, Q. (2012). Study on the Effect of Ultrasonic Vibration on the Microstructure of As-Cast Hypereutectic Aluminum Alloys. Light Metals 2012, Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, March 10-16, Orlando, FL. Pp.973-976.

  27. Han, L., Vian, C., Song, J., Liu, Z.W., Han, Q., Xu, C., & Shao, L. (2012). Grain Refining of Pure Aluminum. Light Metals 2012, Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, pp. 967-971.

  28. Han, Q.(Invited) (2011). Using Transparent Materials for Simulating Bubble Formation in the Mushy Zone. Solidification Science and Technology, Proceedings of the John Hunt International Symposium, Eds. Fan, Z., and Stone, I.C., Brunel University, UK, 12-14 December 2011, pp. 257-268.

  29. J. Song, T. DenOuden, and Q. Han, “Soldering Analysis of Core Pins,” NADCA Transactions, The North American Diecasting Associations, 2011, T11-062.

  30. J. Song, C. Vian, and Q. Han, “The Influence of Ultrasonic Vibration on the Microstructure of A380 Alloy,” NADCA Transactions, The North American Diecasting Associations, 2011, T11-011.

  31. Z.W. Liu and Q. Han, “Application of Ultrasonic Vibration in the Synthesis of in situ Particulate Reinforced Aluminum Matrix Composites,” NADCA Transactions, The North American Diecasting Associations, 2011, T11-042.

  32. F. He, Q. Han, Y.C. Chen, C. Xu, and L. Shao, “Study on mechanical properties of al metal matrix nanocomposites processed using ultrasonic vibration,” ASME International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference MSEC, vol. 2, (2009), pp. 285 (MSEC2009-84197). New York: ASME Publishing.

  33. C. Braver, M. Tumey, A. Harlow, Q. Han, “The effect of ultrasonic treatment on fiber-reinforced composite materials,” ASME International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference MSEC, vol. 1 (2009),  pp. 547 (MSEC2009-84149). New York: ASME Publishing.

  34. Rakita, M., & Han, Q. (2009). Simulation of Solidification Defects for Prediction of Dross Formation in Aluminum 5182 Remelt Secondary Ingot. ASME International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference MSEC, vol. 1, (2009), pp. 365 (MSEC2009-84160). New York: ASME Publishing.

  35. Rakita, M., Kakas, D., Skoric, B., Tomovic, M., Han, Q., & Jackson, M. (2009). S-Type Cultivator Tines which Comply with ISO Standard: FEM Analysis of Stresses and Manufacturing Issues. ASME International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference MSEC, vol. 1, pp. 373 (MSEC2009-84162). New York: ASME Publishing.

  36. S.K. Poola,., Q. Han, C. Corum, C., Xu,  & L. Shao: “Grain Refinement of AZ91E Alloy Using Ultrasonic Vibrations,” Magnesium Technology 2009, Warrendale: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2009, 315-319.

  37. Q. Han,  “The Effect of Microstructure on the Surface Finish of Extruded 6262 Aluminum Alloy Billet,” Aluminum alloys: Fabrication, Characterization and Applications, Warrendale: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2009, 95-100.

  38. Q. Han: “Ultrasound Assisted Die Casting Process,” NADCA Transactions, The North American Die Casting Association, 2009, T09-113.

  39. Q. Han, S. Viswanathan, K.L. More, M.J. Warwick, Y.C. Chen, “Bonding of Steel Inserts During Aluminum Casting,” TMS 2008 Annual Meeting Supplement Proceedings, Vol 3: General paper Selections, 2008, pp. 339-344.

  40. K. Currie, Q. Han, M. Abdelrahman, and J. Droke, “Characterization of AM60B Magnesium Castings Using a Counter Gravity (Hitchiner) Lost Foam Casting Process,” Magnesium Technology 2008, eds. N. Pekguleryuz, N. Neelameggham, R. Beals, and E. Nyberg, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2008), pp. 203-208.

  41. Q. Han, and P. Sklad(Invited), “Ultrasonic Processing of Materials,” Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Light Metals Technology, September 24-26, 2007, Saint-Sauveur, Quebec, Canada

  42. Q. Han, H. Xu, T.T. Meek, P. Ried, and P. Olson, “An Accelerated Method for Soldering Testing, “ NADCA Transactions 2007, paper T07-041.
  43. Q. Han, R. Dinwiddie, P. Sklad et al, “Comparison of Lost Foam Casting of AM60B Alloy and A356 Alloy, “ AFS Transactions 2007, Paper 07-147.
  44. Q. Han, “The Use of Power Ultrasound for Material Processing,” Materials Processing under the Influence of External Fields,” eds. Q. Han, G. Ludtka, and Q. Zhai, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2007), pp. 97-106.
  45. Q. Liu, Y Gao, F. Qi, Q. Zhai, and Q. Han, “Influence of Power Ultrasonic on Solidification Structure and Segregation of 1Cr18Ni9Ti Stainless Steel,” Materials Processing under the Influence of External Fields,” eds. Q. Han, G. Ludtka, and Q. Zhai, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2007), pp. 107-112.
  46. H. Xu, T.T. Meek, Q. Zhai, and Q. Han, “Degassing of Molten Aluminum Using Ultrasonic Vibrations,” Materials Processing under the Influence of External Fields,” eds. Q. Han, G. Ludtka, and Q. Zhai, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2007), pp. 123-132.
  47. Q. Han, R. Dinwiddie, P. Sklad, K. Currie, F. Vondra, M. Abdelrahman, G.V. Walford, D. Nolan, and T. Nedkova, “Lost Foam Casting of Magnesium Alloys,” Magnesium Technology 2007, eds. R.S. Beals, M.O. Pekguleryuz, A. Lou, and N.R. Needlameggham, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2007), pp. 115-120.
  48. S.J. Zhang, Q. Han, and Z.K. Liu, “Thermodynamic Investigation of Na-Induced Embrittlement in Mg-Li Alloys,” Symposium GG: Multiscale Modeling of Materials, MRS 2006 Fall Meeting, Boston, MA, USA, November 27-30, 2006.
  49. X. Jian, T.T. Meek, T. Geer, and Q. Han, “Effect of Power Ultrasound on Grain Refinement of Magnesium AM60B Alloy” Magnesium Technology 2006,, pp. 103-107.
  50. J. Clark III, A. Thekdi, S. Ninqileri, Q. Han, “Reconsideration of Natural-Gas Immersion Burners to Melt Recycled Aluminum,” Materials Science and Technology, Vol.3, Materials Science and Technology 2005 – Proceedings of the Conference, p. 3-9.
  51. A.L. Bowles, Q, Han, and J.A. Horton, “Castability of Magnesium Alloys,” Magnesium Technology 2005, pp. 99-104.
  52. H. Xu, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Ultrasonic Degassing in Aluminum Alloys,” Materials Science and Technology, V1, Materials Science and Technology 2005-Proceedings of the Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 2005, pp.3-11.
  53. X. Jian, C. Xu, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “The Effect of Ultrasonic Vibration on the Solidification Structure of A356 Alloy,” AFS Transactions, 2005, Paper No. 05-085.
  54. Q. Han, “An Experimental Die for Testing the Castability of Die Casting Alloys,” NADCA Transaction, 2005, Paper No. 05-087.
  55. M. Du, Q. Han, and R. Peterson, “Detection of Water Content in Aluminum Scrap with a Fast Neutron Source (Cf-252)”, Light Metals 2005, ed. H. Kvande, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2005), pp. 855-859.
  56. B.M. Golchert, C.Q. Chou, A. Quenette, Q. Han, P.E. King, “Combustion Space Modeling of An Aluminum Furnace,” Light Metals 2005, ed. H. Kvande, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2005), pp. 887-892.
  57. P.E. King, M.C. Hayes, T. Li, Q. Han, M. Hassan, and B.M. Golchert, “Design and Operation of An Experimental Reverberatory Aluminum Furnace,” Light Metals 2005, ed. H. Kvande, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2005), pp. 899-904.
  58. H. Xu, X. Jian, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Ultrasonic Degassing of Molten Aluminum under Reduced Pressure,” Light Metals 2005, ed. H. Kvande, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2005), pp. 915-919.
  59. Z. Long, Q. Han, S. Viswanathan, S. Ningileri, S.K. Das, K. Kuwana, M. Hassan, M. Khraisheh, A. Sabau, and K. Saito, “Integrated 3D Model to Simulate Solidification and Predict Hot Cracking during DC Casting of Aluminum Alloys,” Light Metals 2005, ed. H. Kvande, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2005), pp. 1057-1062.
  60. Q. Han, “The Use of Computational Thermodynamics for Die Casting Applications,” NADCA Transactions 2004, Paper T1-051.20.  Q. Han, “Dross Formation during Solidification of Aluminum 5182 Alloy RSI” Transactions of the American Foundry Society, v. 112, 2004, paper 04-063.21.  Q. Han, “Influence of Chemical Composition on Hot Tearing Susceptibility of FXS-414 alloy,” Transactions of the American Foundry Society, v. 112, 2004, paper 04-062.
  61. Q. Han, R.D. Peterson, and J. Zeh, “Some of the Factors that Affect Dross Formation in Aluminum 5182 RSI,” Light Metals 2004, ed. A.T. Tabereaux, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2004), pp. 163-168.
  62. Q. Han, M.I. Hassan, S. Viswanathan, K.Sato, and S.K. Das, “An Experimental Method for Determining Mechanical Properties in the Non-Equilibrium Mushy Zones of Alloys,” Solidification of Aluminum Alloys, eds. M.G. Chu, D.A. Granger, and Q. Han, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2004), pp. 211-220.
  63. X. Jian, Q. Han, H. Xu, and T.T. Meek, “Solidification of Aluminum Alloy A356 Under Ultrasonic Vibration”, Solidification of Aluminum Alloys, eds. M.G. Chu, D.A. Granger, and Q. Han, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2004), pp.73-79.
  64. H. Xu, X. Jian, T.T. Meek, Q. Han, “Investigation of Ultrasonic Degassing in Molten Aluminum A356 Alloy,” Light Metals 2004, ed. A.T. Tabereaux, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2004), pp. 731-735.
  65. Q. Han, “Dross Formation in Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy RSI,” LiMat-3rd International Conference on Light Materials for Transportation Systems, Hawaii, USA, November 2-6, 2003.
  66. X. Jian, H. Xu, T.T. Meek, Q. Han, and S. Viswanathan, “Ultrasonic Solidification of Aluminum A356 Alloy,” LiMat-3rd International Conference on Light Materials for Transportation Systems, Hawaii, USA, November 2-6, 2003.
  67. H. Xu, X. Jian, T.T. Meek, and Q. Han, “Ultrasonic Degassing in Aluminum A356 Alloy,” LiMat-3rd International Conference on Light Materials for Transportation Systems, Hawaii, USA, November 2-6, 2003.
  68. T. Li, M. Hassan, K. Kuwana, K. Saito, S. Viswanathan, and Q. Han, “Thermodynamic Analysis of Energy Utilization and Pollutant Formation Control in Secondary Aluminum Melting Furnaces,” Energy Efficient Manufacturing Processes (The MPMD Fourth Global Innovations Symposium), eds, I.E. Anderson, T.G. Marechaux, and C. Cockrill, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2003), pp. 43-51.
  69. Q. Han, W.A. Simpson, J.L Zeh, E.A. Kenik, P. Angelini, and V.K.Sikka, “The Effect of Solidification Defect on the Dross Formation During Re-melting of Aluminum 5182 Alloy RSI,” Light Metals 2003, ed. P.N. Crepeau, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2003), pp. 773-777.
  70. Q. Han, and S. Viswanathan, “Optimization of Aluminum 357 Alloy for Semi-Solid Metal Casting,” NADCA Transactions, 2002, T02-32.
  71. Q. Han, and S. Viswanathan, “Mechanism of Die Soldering during Aluminum Die Casting,” NADCA Transactions, 2002, T02-034.
  72. S. Viswanathan, C.A. Blue, Q. Han, G. Engleman, and N.B. Dahotre, “High Density Infrared Coatings for Soldering Resistance,” NADCA Transactions, 2002, T02-044.
  73. Q. Han and S. Viswanathan, D.L. Spainhower, and S.K. Das, “Nature and Formation of Surface Cracks in DC Cast Ingots,” Light Metals 2002, ed. W. Scheider, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2002), pp. 975-979.
  74. S. Viswanathan, A.S. Sabau, Q. Han, and A.J. Duncan, “Prediction of Microporosity Distributions in Aluminum Alloy Castings,” Proceedings of the Merton C. Flemings Symposium on Solidification and Materials Processing, eds R. Abbaschian, H. Brody, and A. Mortensen, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2001), pp.379-384.
  75. Q. Han, E.A. Kenik, R. Agnew, and S. Viswanathan, “Solidification Behavior of Commercial Magnisum Alloys,” Magnesium Technology 2001, ed. J. Hryn, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2001), pp.81-86.
  76. E.A. Payzant, S.R. Agnew, Q. Han, and S. Viswanthan, “Mg17Al12 Phase Precipitation Kinetics in Die Casting Alloys AZ91D and AM60B,” Magnesium Technology 2001, ed. J. Hryn, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2001), pp. 183-188.
  77. S. R. Agnew, S. Viswanathan, E. A. Payzant, Q. Han, K. C. Liu, and E. A. Kenik, "Tensile and Compressive Creep Behavior of Magnesium Die Casting, Alloys Containing Aluminium," Magnesium Alloys and Their Applications, ed. K.U. Kainer, (Weinbein, Germany: Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2000) pp.687-692.
  78. Q. Han and S. Viswanathan, “Microstructure Prediction in A356 Alloy Castings,” Light Metals 2000, ed. R.D. Peterson, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2000), pp. 609-614.
  79. Q. Han, E.A. Kenik, and S. Viswanathan, “Die Soldering in Aluminum Die Casting,” Light Metals 2000, ed. R.D. Peterson, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 2000), pp. 765-772.
  80. A.J. Duncan, Q. Han and S. Viswanathan: “Liquid Permeability Measurements in Solidifying Aluminum-Copper Alloys,” Fluid Flow Phenomena in Metals Processing, eds. N. El-Kaddah, D.G.C. Robertson, S.T. Johansen and V.R. Voller, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 1999), pp.525-532.
  81. A.S. Sabau, Q. Han and S. Viswanathan: “Projection Methods for Interdendritic Flows,” Fluid Flow Phenomena in Metals Processing, eds. N. El-Kaddah, D.G.C. Robertson, S.T. Johansen and V.R. Voller, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 1999), pp.403-411.
  82. S. Viswanathan, A.J. Duncan, S.A. Sabau, Q. Han, W.D. Porter and B.W. Riemer: “Modeling of Solidification and Porosity in Aluminum Alloy Castings,” AFS Transactions, 98-103 (1998), pp. 411-417.
  83. S. Viswanathan, A.S. Sabau, Q. Han and A.J.Duncan: “Modeling of Porosity in Aluminum Alloy Castings,” Proceedings from Materials Solutions Conference ’98 on Aluminum Casting Technology, 1998, pp. 135-138..
  84. S. Viswanathan, A.J. Duncan, A.S. Sabau and Q. Han: “Prediction of Microporosity in Aluminum Alloy Castings,” Modeling of Casting, Welding and Advanced Solidification Processes-VIII, Eds. B.G.Thomas and C. Beckermann, (Warrendale, PA: The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 1998), pp. 849-856.
  85. X. Wan, Q. Han, and J.D. Hunt: “Experimental Studies on the Transition from Regular to Irregular Dendritic Growth,” Solidification Processing 1997, eds. J. Beech and H. Jones, (Ranmoor House, Sheffield, England, 1997), pp. 397-400.
  86. Q. Han, X. Wan and J.D. Hunt: “Experimental Investigation on the Spacing of Dendrite Arrays,” TMS Spring Meeting, Anaheim, USA, Feb. 1996.
  87. Q. Han and J.D. Hunt: “Numerical Modeling of the Growth of a Cellular/Dendritic Array in Multi-component Alloys,” MRS Fall Meeting, Boston, USA.,Dec 3-7, 1996.
  88. Q. Han and J.D. Hunt: “Criteria for Particle Pushing,” Proceeding of the Second Young Scientist Congress, (Beijing, China, 1995), pp. 81-85.
  89. J. D. Hunt, Q. Han, and S-Z Lu: “Numerical Modeling of Cellular/Dendritic Array Growth,” Keynote paper at the International Symposia on Advanced Materials and Technology for the 21st Century, JIM and TMS, Hawaii, USA, Dec.1995.
Scott Hutcheson

2016    

Re|imagine: Improving the Productivity of Federally-Funded University Research.

Co-authored with Ed Morrison, Duane Dunlap, and Antonino Ardilio. Written at the request of the Whitehouse Lab to Market Initiative.

 

2015    

Creating an Agile Strategy for Diversifying the Valdez Economy.

University of Alaska Symposium on Economic Development, Valdez, Alaska

 

An Agile Approach to Transforming Undergraduate Engineering Education Experience.

Stanford Pathways to Innovation Program, Phoenix, AZ.

 

21st Century Economic Development in Rural Kansas: An Agile, Collaborative Approach.

Kansas Association of Regional Development Organizations, Emporia, Clay Center, Ness City, and Colby, KS.

 

Designing and Guiding an Innovation Ecosystem Strategy in North Alabama.

University of North Alabama, Florence, AL.

 

Designing & Guiding Agile Strategies for Workforce Development.

U.S. Department of Labor, Baltimore, Maryland.

 

The Purdue University Experience: Nurturing an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in the Midwest of the United States.

Co-authored book chapter with Nathalie Duval-Couetil - in Mitra, J., & Edmondson, J. (Eds.). (2015). Entrepreneurship and Knowledge Exchange (Vol. 7). Routledge.

 

Designing & Guiding Transdisciplinary Research Collaborations to Address Grand Challenges.

Indiana University Integrated Program in the Environment. Bloomington, IN.

 

Using Strategic Doing to Design Workforce Strategies for British Columbia.

Selkirk College Conference on Workforce Development. Nelson, BC.

 

Economic Resiliency Strategies in British Columbia.

British Columbia Economic Development Association. Nelson, BC.

 

Agile Strategies for University Engagement.

Albion College, Albion, MI.

 

Designing and Guiding a Regional Food Innovation Strategy in the Crestin Valley, BC.

Columbia Basin Rural Development Institute.

 

Strategic Doing: Being Agile in Complex Environments.

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Kannapolis, NC.

 

Agile Transform in Undergraduate Engineering Education Experience.

Stanford Pathways to Innovation Program, Phoenix, AZ.

 

Designing & Guiding Agile Strategies for Workforce Development.

U.S. Department of Labor, Baltimore, Maryland.

 

 

 

William Hutzel

Journals

  1. Koch, D.C, Hutzel, W.J., Kutch, J.M., and Holt, E.A. (2011). Toward a zero energy home:  applying Swiss building practices/attitudes to U.S. residential construction.  The Journal of Technology Studies, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp 18-26.
  2. Handy, R.G., Rodgers, K.L., Wang, J.A., Tumey, M.S., Rodriguez, D.L. and Hutzel, W.J., (2010). The characterization of aerosol particle contamination as the result of carry-over and cross-over in enthalpy wheels.  International Journal of Nanoparticles, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp 378-389.
  3. Koch, D.C., Kutch, J.M., Hutzel, W. J., and Holt, E.A., (2010). Comparison of U.S. and Swiss homes in the area of energy efficiency. The Technology Interface Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3, Retrieved from http://technologyinterface.nmsu.edu/Spring10, pp 1-13.
  4. Boregowda, S., Handy, R.G., and Hutzel, W.J., (2007). Thermodynamic assessment of human-thermal interaction. International Journal of Design and Nature, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp 310-318.
  5. Hutzel, W.J. and Healy, W. M., (2006).  Remotely accessed photovoltaic power experiment. Journal of Engineering Technology, Vol 23, No 1, pp 32-39.
  6. Hutzel, W. J., (2002). A remotely accessed HVAC laboratory for distance education. International Journal of Engineering Education, Vol 18, No 6, pp 711-716.
  7. Hutzel, W. J., Carson, J. M., and Peters, R.E., (1998).  The Purdue‘experiment’. Engineered Systems, Vol 15, No 9, pp 90-94.
  8. Hutzel, W. J. and Amini, A., (1995).  Field-testing a new locator device:  the UTD POLO System. No-Dig Engineering, Vol 2, No 3, pp 13-16.

Refereed Articles and Conference Papers/Presentations

  1. Hutzel, W. J., Shaurette, M.E. and Loss, B.W. (2012).  Competing in the 2011 Solar Decathlon. Proceedings of the 2012 ASEE Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, San Antonio, TX, 12 p.
  2. Wallpe, Jordan, Hutzel, William, Lasker,  Gregory, and Cory, Clark, (2012) Evaluating Net-Zero Energy Houses from the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, Proceedings of the 2012 Construction Research Congress, Purdue University, IN
  3. Wallpe, Jordan and Hutzel, William, (2012), Engineering the INhome; Purdue's net-zero energy home for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011, Proceedings of the 2012 Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, Asilomar, CA.
  4. Rodgers, Kevin, Hutzel, William, Dana, Michael, (2012), Biofiltration in a Highly Efficient Residential Home, Proceedings of 2012 Purdue High Performance Buildings Conference, West Lafayette, IN.
  5. Hutzel, W. J., Kilmer, W., Kilmer, R., Cory, C., Horton, W., Shaurette, M., Qian, Z., Hassan, R. And Day, J. (2011).  Preparing for the 2011 Solar Decathlon. Proceedings of the 2011 ASEE Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, Vancouver, B.C., 9 p.
  6. Hutzel, W. J. and Parker, T. (2011).  Solar Workforce Development in the Midwest. Proceedings of the 2011 ASEE Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, 6 p.
  7. Hutzel, W. J. Wilson, S., and Faiola, J.F. (2010). Performance of HVAC system with solar reheat. Proceedings of Purdue’s High Performance Buildings Conference, West Lafayette, IN, 8 p.
  8. Hutzel, W. J. and Glawe, D.D. (2009). S&T fellowship experiences in Washington, D.C. Proceedings of the ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, San Francisco, CA, pp 57-63.
  9. Hutzel, W. J. and Odukomaiya, S. (2009). Optimizing Comfort and Energy Use in Reheat Systems. Proceedings of the ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, San Francisco, CA, pp 261-270.
  10. Hutzel, W. J., Koch, D.C., Kutch, J.M., and Furter, R. (2009). Comparison of U.S. and Swiss Homes & Lifestyles, Proceedings of the ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, San Francisco, CA, pp 253-260.
  11. Bertsch, S.S., Groll, E. A., Bouffard, D.B., and Hutzel, W.J., (2006), Air Source Heat Pump for Northern Climates II:  Measurement & Verification. Proceedings of 2006 International Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference, West Lafayette, IN,  8 p.
  12. Hutzel, W. J. and Furter, R., (2006).  International partnership for evaluating heat recovery equipment. Proceedings of the 2006 ASEE Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, 9 p.
  13. Hutzel, W. J. and Furter, R., (2005).  International Partnership Using Remotely Accessed Labs. Proceedings of the 2005 Frontiers in Education Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, pp T4D-1-T4D-6.
  14. Hutzel, W. J., Cooper, H.L., and Leach, S.E., (2005).  Evaluating a remotely accessed energy laboratory. Proceedings of the 2005 ASEE Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 5899-5910.Best Paper Award for papers sponsored by the Energy Conversion & Conservation Division.
  15. This paper received the Best Paper Award for papers sponsored by the Energy Conversion & Conservation Division of ASEE.
  16. Hutzel, W. J. and Goodman, D. W., (2004).  Remotely accessible solar energy laboratory for high school students. Proceedings of the 2004 Frontiers in Education Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, pp S2D-18-S2D-22.
  17. Hutzel, W. J. and Kulatunga, N. A. (2002).  Design of a photovoltaic power system. Proceedings of the 2002 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 2529-2537.
  18. Hutzel, W. J. (2001).  Energy conservation in thermal power courses. Proceedings of the 2001 Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 4167-4174.
  19. Hutzel, W. J. (2001).  Creating a virtual HVAC laboratory for continuing/distance education. Proceedings of the 2001 International Conference on Engineering Education, Oslo, Norway, 4 p.
  20. Hutzel, W. J. (2000).  Leveraging campus resources for HVAC laboratory development. Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 4077-4081.
  21. Hutzel, W. J. (1999).  Digital controls for an active solar collector loop. Proceedings of the 1999 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Paper No 99-IMECE/MET-1.
  22. Hutzel, W. J., Dewitt, W. E., and Skvarenina, T. L. (1999).   An interdisciplinary facilities engineering graduate course. Proceedings of the 1999 Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 733-739.
  23. Hutzel, W. J. (1998).  Building automation for a laboratory hydronic system. Proceedings of the 1998 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Paper No 98-WA/MET-2, pp 1-4.
  24. Hutzel, W. J. (1998).  Development of a building automation laboratory. Proceedings of the 1998 Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, 6 p.
  25. Hutzel, W. J. and Pagano, M. A. (1997).  Design of a Foucault Pendulum museum exhibit. Proceedings of the 1997 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Paper No 97-WA/MET-5, pp 1-4.
  26. Hutzel, W. J., Kraebber, H. W., and Thomas, C. R. (1997).  How many credits for an MET degree?. Proceedings of the 1997 Illinois/Indiana Section Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, pp. 126-133.
  27. Hutzel, W. J., Achor, P. D., Barnett, R. H., Eiff, M. A., Harding, B. A., and Kostek, T. E. (1997).  Sharpening pencils and young minds. Proceedings of the 1997 Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, 10 p.
  28. Best Paper Award for papers sponsored by the Design in Engineering Education Division.
  29. Hutzel, W. J. (1996).  An interdisciplinary solar energy project. Proceedings of the 1996 Frontiers in Education Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 695-698.
  30. Hutzel, W. J. and Koontz, J. R. (1996).  Development of an interdisciplinary HVAC course. Proceedings of the 1996 Annual Conference & Exposition, American Society for Engineering Education, pp 1165-1170.
  31. Hutzel, W. J. (1995).  Maintaining continuity in a statewide heat power course. Proceedings of the 1995 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, Paper No 95-WA/MET-3, pp 1-4.
  32. Hutzel, W. J. (1995).  Keeping in touch with industry. Proceedings of the 1995 World Conference on Engineering Education, Technology Based Education Consortium of the William C. Norris Institute, Vol 2, pp. 226-228.
  33. Best Paper Award for the Engineering Technology Division at the Conference

Patents

  1. U.S. patent #7,654,1041 (2010), Heat Pump with Two Stage Compression - economizing and oil management
  2. U.S. patent #7,810,353 (2010), Heat Pump with Two Stage Compression - capacity control for two stage compression
  3. U.S. patent #5,193,628 (1993), Method and apparatus for determining path orientation of a passageway (issued for an earth drill guidance device for in-situ environmental restoration at toxic waste sites)
Ayhan Ince

SELECTED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

  1. Ince, A., Glinka, G. and Buczynski, A.,  “A Computational Modeling Technique of Elasto-Plastic Stress-Strain Response for Notched Components”, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.62, pp. 42-52,  2014.
  2. Ince, A. and Glinka, G.,  “A Generalized Damage Parameter for Multiaxial Fatigue Life Prediction under Proportional and Non-Proportional Loadings”, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.62, pp. 34-41,  2014.
  3. Ince, A., “Computational Fatigue Modeling of Notched Components”, Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Material Science, Vol.3, No.3A, p.14-22, 2013.
  4. Ince, A. and Glinka, G., “A Numerical Method for Elasto-Plastic Notch-Root Stress-Strain Analysis,” Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design, Vol. 48, No. 4, pp. 229-224, 2013.
  5. Noban M., Jahed H., Ibrahim E. and Ince, A., “Load path sensitivity and fatigue life estimation of 30CrNiMo8HH”, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol.37, pp.123–133, 2012.
  6. Ince, A. and Glinka, G., “A modification of Morrow and Smith-Watson-Topper mean stress correction models”, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, Vol.34, pp.854–867, 2011.
  7. Noban, M., Jahed, H., Winkler, S. and Ince, A., “Fatigue characterization and modeling of 30CrNiMo8HH under multiaxial loading”, Materials Science and Engineering A, 528 (6), 2484-2494, 2011.

SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. Ince, A. and Glinka G., “Innovative Computational Modeling of Multiaxial Fatigue Analysis for Ground Vehicle Notched Component”, International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials X, Hyannis, MA, USA, 2014.
  2. Ince,  A., "A Novel Technique for Computational Multiaxial Fatigue Modeling of Notched Components", ASME 2013 Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition, San Diego, CA, USA, 2013.
  3. Ince, A., Glinka, G. and Buczynski, A., “A Critical Plane Damage Parameter for Multiaxial Fatigue Life under Proportional and Non-proportional Loadings”, International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials IX, Hyannis, MA, USA, 2012.
  4. Ince,  A. and Glinka G., “Computational Modeling of Multiaxial Elasto-plastic Stress-strain Analysis for Notched Components under Non-proportional Loading”, International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials IX, Hyannis, MA, USA, 2012.
  5. Noban, M., Jahed, H. and Ince, A., “Loading phase angle effect on multiaxial behaviour of 30CrNiMo8HH”, 9th International Conference on Multiaxial Fatigue and Fracture, ICMFF9, Parma, Italy, June 2010.
J Jacob

Textbooks

  1. Analog Integrated Circuits Applications, 2000, Prentice-Hall
  2. Power Electronics: Principles & Applications, 2002, Delmar
  3. Advanced AC Electronics:Principles & Applications, 2004, Delmar
Henry Kraebber

Selected journal articles and conference papers

  1. Kraebber, H & Lehman, J. (2009). Use of Educational Technology in Manufacturing Engineering and Technology Education. 39th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference, October 2009. San Antonio, TX.
  2. Dues, J., Fuehne, J., Cooley, T., Denton, N., & Kraebber, H. (2008). Assessment for continuous improvement: Embedding it in the culture. Journal of Engineering Technology, 25(2), 10-17.
  3. Denton, N., Fuehne, J., Kraebber, H., Dues, J., & Cooley, T. (2007). The TC2K visit is done – now what?. [CD-ROM]. Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, Honolulu, HI.
  4. Kraebber*, H. W., Hartin, J. R., & Denton, N. D. (2005). Developing an educational process for an engineering technology program. [CD-ROM]. Proceedings of the 2005 Annual Conference, American Society for Engineering Education, Portland, OR.

Study Guides and/or Workbooks

  1. Contributed to a 70 course module series sponsored by the National Science Foundation that makes up the "novel" curriculum design for manufacturing engineering technology for the National Center of Manufacturing Education in Dayton, Ohio. Prof. Kraebber was responsible for the selection of authors and reviewers for these modules. He served as a co-author of approximately one third of each module and leader of the review process for all written material.
  2. Martin, T., Kraebber, H., & Stephens, M. (2003). Manufacturing Facilities Design. National Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Education. Dayton, OH: Sinclair Community College, 120 pages.
  3. Elliott, S. J., Hilbert, G. A. & Kraebber, H. W. (2003). Data Acquisition and Analysis. National Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Education. Dayton, OH: Sinclair Community College, 83 pages.
  4. Anderson, R., Castillo, A., Kraebber, H., & Lunn, T. (2002). Manufacturing resource planning. National Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Education. Dayton, OH: Sinclair Community College, 120 pages.
  5. Anderson, S., Kraebber, H., & Martin, T. (2001). Equipment selection. National Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Education. Dayton, OH: Sinclair Community College, 103 pages.
  6. Gross, J., Kraebber, H., & Larsh, B. (2001). Manufacturing work cell design. National Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Education. Dayton, OH: Sinclair Community College, 119 pages.

Textbooks

  1. Professor Kraebber is co-author with James Rehg of the text, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 3rd ed, (2005).
  2. Dr. Kraebber's work has published in journals and confernece proceedings on teaching in manufacturing. Please send a message to request specific publications or for information about the textbook. kraeb@purdue.edu
W Leon-Salas

Selected Publications:

W. D. Leon-Salas and C. Halmen, "A RFID sensor for corrosion monitoring in concrete", IEEE Sensors Journal, vol. 16, no, 1, 2015

W. D. Leon-Salas, "Low-complexity compression for sensory systems", IEEE Trans. On Circuits and Systems-II, vol. 62, no. 4, 322-326, 2015.

H. T. Wang and W. D. Leon-Salas, W. D, "An image sensor with joint sensing and energy harvesting functions", IEEE Sensors Journal, 15(2), 902-916, 2015.

G. Moayeri, M. Benyhesan and W. D. Leon-Salas, "Energy harvesting using substrate photodiodes", IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems – II, 61(7), 501-505, 2014.

S. Ghosh, H. T. Wang,  and W. D. Leon-Salas, "A circuit for energy harvesting using on-chip solar cells", IEEE Trans. on Power Electronics, 29(9), 4658-4671, 2014.

F. Moiz, S. Kumar, W. D. Leon-Salas and M. Johnson, "An embedded multichannel telemetry unit for bone strain monitoring", EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems, 14, doi:10.1186/1687-3963-2013-14, 2013

W. D. Leon-Salas, H. Rizk, C. Mo, L. Brotto., N. Weisleder,  E. Abreu and M. Brotto, "A dual mode pulsed electro-magnetic cell stimulator produces acceleration of myogenic differentiation. Recent Patents in Biotechnology. 7(1), 71-81, 2013.

C. Beard, Z. Chen, V. Kumar, Y. Lee, W. D. Leon-Salas, and P. Rao, "SAVEUS: Saving Victims in Earthquakes through Unified Systems", International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed Systems, 10(4), 402-420, 2013.

L. Zhiqiang, M. W. Hoffman, N. Schemm, W. D. Leon-Salas and S. Balkir, "A CMOS image sensor for multi-level focal plane image decomposition", IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems – I, 55(9), 2561-2572, 2008.

W. D. Leon-Salas, S. Balkir, K. Sayood, N. Schemm and M. Hoffman, "A CMOS imager with focal plane compression using predictive coding", IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits, 42(11), 2555-2572, 2007.

W. D. Leon-Salas, S. Balkir, K. Sayood, N. Schemm and M. Hoffman, "A low-complexity circuit for on-sensor concurrent A/D conversion and compression", IEEE Sensors Journal, 7(9), 1317-1325, 2007.

D. Leon, S. Balkir, M. W. Hoffman and L. C. Perez, "Pseudo-noise sequence generator circuits for spread spectrum communications", IEE Proceedings on Circuits, Devices and Systems, 151(6), 543-550, 2004.

Anne Lucietto

PUBLICATIONS

Lucietto, Anne, Rameriez, Nichole. Writing Proficiency in Engineering Technology Students and Skill Development in the Classroom, ASEE Conference Paper, June 2015, Seattle, WA. https://peer.asee.org/writing-proficiency-in-engineering-technology-students-and-skill-development-in-the-classroom

Lucietto, Anne, Peters, Diane. How Professional Society Membership is Affected by Returning Student Status, ASEE Conference Paper, June 2015, Seattle, WA. https://peer.asee.org/how-professional-society-membership-is-affected-by-returning-student-status

Donaldson, Shirl, Lucietto, Anne, Critical Thinking: Is that going to be on the test?, ASEE Conference Paper, June 2015, Seattle, WA. https://peer.asee.org/critical-thinking-is-that-going-to-be-on-the-test

Gibson, KD, TJ Benjamin, BRK Chapin, AM Lucietto, and MM Adams.  (2015)  Impact of a study abroad course on students from 1862 and 1994 land-grant institutions.  NACTA Journal, June 2015.  http://nactateachers.org/component/attachments/download/2252.html

Gibson K. D., Kevin, Benjamin, Tamara J., Chapin, Bridgett R. K., Oseto, Christian Y., Lucietto, Anne M. (2014) Engaging Undergraduate Students from Two Institutions in a  Multicultural Synchronously Taught Agriculture Course. NACTA Journal: March 2014. http://nactateachers.org/component/attachments/download/2135.html

Yoon, S. Y., Dyehouse, M., Lucietto, A., Diefes-Dux, H., & Capobianco, B. (2014). The effects of integrated science, technology, and engineering education on elementary students’ knowledge and identity development. School Science and Mathematics Journal: Special Issue on Integrated STEM Education. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ssm.12090/epdf

Dyehouse, M., Yoon, S. Y., Lucietto, A., & Diefes-Dux, H. (2012). The effects of an engineering teacher professional development on elementary students’ science/engineering content knowledge and engineering identity. Proceedings of the 2nd P-12 Engineering and Design Education Research Summit, Washington, DC.

Diefes_Dux, H., Dyehouse, M., Yoon, S. Y., & Lucietto, A. (March, 2012). Examining student learning of science through engineering and engineering design (Paper set; Presider: B. Capobianco). National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2012 Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

 

PRESENTATIONS

    “Pursuing an Academic Career after Industry Experience”,  D.Peters, A.Lucietto, S. Pettit, SWE National Conference – Nashville, TN, October, 2015

    “Achieving Student Engagement in Course Materials”, A.Lucietto, Faculty Summer Institute – Poster Session - Champaign, IL, May, 2105

    “Networking in Academic Settings”, A.Lucietto, D.Peters, E.Vitale, SWE National Conference – Los Angeles, CA, October, 2014

   “Where Do I Go Now: Graduate School or Industry?”, V. Chemistruck, A. Lucietto, D. Peters, C. Witzenburg, SWE Regional Conference – Minneapolis, MN, February, 2013

    “Adjunct Faculty Positions: a Second Job, an Alternate Career Path, or a Transition”, D. Peters, A. Lucietto, C. Hanzlik, SWE Conference – Houston, TX, November 2012

    “Transition from Industry to Graduate School“, K. Brenneman, D. Peters, M. Vaicik, A. Lucietto, SWE Conference – Chicago, IL, October 2011

    “Leading By Serving”, Anne Lucietto, Illinois Valley Community College, Ogelsby, IL, November 2009

    “Success and Challenges as a Returning Student”, D.L. Peters, A.M. Lucietto, SWE Conference – Long Beach, CA, October 2009

    “Zebra Mussel Abatement”, Anne Lucietto, DOE Contractor Fire Protection Workshop, DOE – Office of Health, Safety and Security, April 2007

    “Women in Engineering Day”, Anne Lucietto, Sauk Valley Community College (High School Audience of 75 students), Dixon, IL, March 2006

    “Returning to School – Try It Online”, A. Lucietto, SWE-CRS Professional Development Conference, Round Lake, IL, March 2005

 

 

Jan Lugowski

Published journal articles

  1. Lugowski, J. (1988). Harmonic-Drive-Getriebe selbst bauen  [How to Build a Harmonic Drive]. Werkstatt und Betrieb 121, No. 2, pages 109-111.
  2. Lugowski, J. (1985). Adaptives Grenzregelsystem einer Flachschleifmachine [An Adaptive Constraint Control System for a Surface Grinder]. Werkstatt und Betrieb 118, No. 4, pages 201-204.    
  3. Lugowski, J. (1992). Flow Force Compensation in a Hydraulic Valve. Sterowanie i Naped Hydrauliczny [Hydraulic power and Control], Vol. 12, No. 2, p. 22 (in Polish).
  4. Lugowski, J. (1991). Flow forces in a Spool-Type Hydraulic Valve. Sterowanie i Naped Hydrauliczny [Hydraulic power and Control], Vol. 11, No. 6, pages 15-20 (in Polish).

Reviewed conference proceedings (with presentation)

  1. Lugowski, J.T. (2003). Design Class Projects in Fluid Power. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) – Annual Conference, June 22-25, CD-ROM - Session 3648, 10 msp. Nashville, Tennessee.
  2. Lugowski, J.T. (2003). Critical-Thinking Approach to Teaching Mechanical Engineering. Proceedings of the ASEE– Annual Conference, June 22-25, CD-ROM - Session 3449, 4 msp. Nashville, Tennessee.
  3. Lugowski, J.T. (2003). Introducing State-Of-The-Art Technology Into Fluid Power Laboratory. Proceedings of the ASEE – IL/IN Sectional Conference, April 4-5, - Session 2C, 4 msp. Valparaiso, Indiana.
  4. Lugowski*, J.T., Widmer*, S.E. (2002). Problem Based Learning of Data Acquisition and Computer-Based Control Applications in MET Courses. Proceedings of the ASEE – Annual Conference, June 16-19, CD-ROM - Session 2359, 11 msp. Montreal, Quebec.
  5. Lugowski, J.T. (2002). Development of a Competency-Based Introductory Course in Fluid Power. Proceedings of the ASEE – Annual Conference, June 16-19, CD-ROM - Session 1449, 8 msp. Montreal, Quebec.
  6. Lugowski, J.T. (2002). Good Problems for Fluid Power and Controls Courses. Proceedings of the ASEE – IL/IN Sectional Conference, April 11-12, (pages 217-221). Chicago, Illinois.
  7. Lugowski, J.T. (2001). Using Rapid Prototyping to Integrate Design into a Course. Proceedings of the ASEE – Annual Conference, June 24-27, CD-ROM - Session 2650, 11 msp. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
  8. Lugowski, J.T. (2001). Mastering a LabVIEW Program within one Lab Session. Proceedings of the ASEE – IL/IN Sectional Conference, March 29-31, 5 msp. Session S4-4. West Lafayette, Indiana.
  9. Denton*, N. L., Lugowski*, J., Knoll, J. (2000). Evaluation of an Industry Project in a Freshman Course. Proceedings of the ASEE – Annual Conference, June 18-21, CD-ROM - Session 2647, 9 msp. St. Louis, Missouri.
  10. Lugowski, J. (2000). Static-Pressure Measurements in the Orifice of a Hydraulic Valve. Proceedings of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)  - Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, June 11-15, CD-ROM paper No. FEDSM2000-11124, 5 msp. Boston, Massachusetts.
  11. Lugowski, J. (1999). One of the Mysteries in Fluid Mechanics. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) – Annual Conference, June 20-23, CD-ROM - Session 3548, 5 msp. Charlotte, North Carolina. This paper received a “Best Session Paper Award.”
  12. Lugowski, J. (1993). The Origin of the Flow Force in Hydraulic Valves. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Pneumatics and Hydraulics, pages 390-395 (in German). Miskolc, Hungary.
  13. Lugowski, J. (1993). The Source of the Flow Force in Hydraulic Piston Valves. Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Hydraulics and Pneumatics, pages 373-378 (in German). Dresden, Germany.
  14. Lugowski, J. (1993). Experimental Investigations of the Origin of Flow Forces in Hydraulic Piston Valves. In N. Way (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Fluid Power—the Future for Hydraulics, Brugge, Belgium, pages 233-244. London: Mechanical Engineering Publications Ltd.
  15. Lugowski, J. (1991). Flow Force Compensation in a Hydraulic Piston Valve. Proceedings of the 22nd Midwestern Mechanics Conference, pages 503-504. Rolla: University of Missouri-Rolla.
  16. Lugowski, J. (1991). Flow Forces in a Spool-Type Hydraulic Valve. Proceedings of the 22nd Midwestern Mechanics Conference, pages 374-375. Rolla: University of Missouri-Rolla.
  17. Batsch, A.* and Lugowski*, J. (1985). Dynamic Characteristics of the Hydrostatic Bearing as a Measuring Sensor. Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Hydraulics and Pneumatics, pages 561-566 (in German). Magdeburg, Germany.
  18. Lugowski, J. (1983). A Hydraulic Piston Valve with a Strongly Compensated Flow Force. Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Hydraulics and Pneumatics, pages 602-606 (in German). Dresden, Germany.
  19. Batsch*, A. and Lugowski*, J. (1981). Flow Force in a Piston Valve. Proceedings of the 4th Conference on Hydraulics and Pneumatics, pages 498-504 (in German). Magdeburg, Germany.
  20. Lugowski, J. (1980). An Analogue Model of an Adaptive Constraint Control System of a Surface Grinder. Proceedings of the International Conference on Adaptive Control in Mechanical Engineering AC’80, pages 184-193 (in Polish). Rydzyna, Poland.
  21. Lugowski, J. (1977). An Adaptive Constraint Control (ACC) System of a Surface Grinder. Proceedings of the Mechanical Engineering Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences, pages 31-36 (in Polish). Rzeszow, Poland.

Published abstracts

  1. Lugowski, J. (2002). Fluid Power Education at Purdue. ASME Fluid Power Systems and Technology Division Newsletter, page 9. Spring edition.
  2. Lugowski, J. (1988). A Hydrostatic Bearing. Machine Design, September 8, page 36.

Patents

  1. Batsch*, A., and Lugowski*, J. (1986). Polish patent No. 131831. Testing Equipment for the Perforating Machine. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  2. Lugowski, J. (1986). Polish patent No. 141196. A Harmonic Drive. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  3. Lugowski, J. (1985). Polish patent No. 135336. A Sealing Diaphragm for Hydraulic Control Valves. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  4. Lugowski, J. (1984). Polish patent No. 133716. A Hydrostatic Bearing. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  5. Lugowski, J. (1984). Polish patent No. 133718. A Hydrostatic Bearing. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  6. Lugowski, J. (1984). Polish patent No. 133723. A Metering Valve. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  7. Lugowski, J. (1984). Polish patent No. 133717. A Hydrodynamic Bearing. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  8. Batsch*, A., Lugowski*, J. (1981). Polish patent No. 123378. A Hydraulic Valve with a Strongly Compensated Flow Force. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  9. Batsch*, A., Oczos*, K., and Lugowski*, J. (1981). Polish patent No. 110882. Perforating Machine for Plastic Tubes. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.
  10. Batsch*, A., and Lugowski*, J. (1980). Polish patent No. 113308. An ACC System of a Surface Grinder. Warsaw, Poland. Patent Office.                     

International lecture

  1. Flow Force in Hydraulic Valves, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls  (IFAS) at Aachen University (RWTH), Germany. Professor Lugowski presented his research of flow forces in hydraulic valves (in 2003).

Locally published instructional materials

  1. Fletcher*, R.D., Lugowski*, J.T. and Stern*, H. (2002). Fluid Power. Facilitator Guide. 159 pages. National Center of Excellence for Advanced Manufacturing Education, Sinclair Community College, Dayton, Ohio.
  2. Lugowski*, J.T., Hutzel*, W.J. and Denton, N.L. (2002). Controls And Instrumentation For Automation, MET 382 Laboratory Manual. Spring 2003 Edition, 147 pages. Mechanical Engineering Technology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana: Copymat.
  3. Lugowski, J.T. 2009. MET 334 Advanced Fluid Power Laboratory Manual. 84 pages. Mechanical Engineering Technology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana: BoilerCopyMaker.
  4. Lugowski, J.T. 2009. MET 432 Hydraulic Control Motion systems Laboratory Manual. 78 pages. Mechanical Engineering Technology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, BoilerCopyMaker.
  5. Lugowski, J.T., Widmer, S.E.(2009). MET 230L Fluid Power Laboratory Manual. 127 pages. Mechanical Engineering Technology, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN: Learning Systems.
  6. Lugowski, J. (1992). Obrabiarki. Laboratorium [Laboratory of Machine Tools] 2nd ed. upgraded, 109 pages. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Rzeszow, Poland: Rzeszow University of Technology Press.
Brittany Newell

Publications

 

1. Book, B, Chen, J, and Irudayaraj, J. 2010. Quantification of receptor targeting aptamer binding characteristics using single-molecule spectroscopy. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 108 (5) 1222-1227.

2. Guo, C*, Book Newell, B*, Irudayaraj, J. 2011 Protein-directed reduction of graphene oxide and intracellular imaging. Chemical Communications (47) 12658–12660.

3. Panchapakesan, B, Book Newell, B. Irudayaraj, J. 2011. Gold nanoprobes for theragnostics. Nanomedicine 6(10) 1787-1811.

4. Book Newell, B, Wang, Y. and Irudayaraj J. 2012 Multifunctional gold nanorod theragnostics probed by multi-photon imaging. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry. (48) 330-337.

5. Wang, Y. Book Newell, B. Damayanti, N.P. and Irudayaraj, J. 2012 Folic Acid Protected Silver Nanocarriers for Targeted Drug Delivery. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology (8) 5 751-759.

6. Newell, B, Krutz, G, Gallien, T, Harmeyer, K, Holland, M, Brune, A, and Holland, Z. Capacitance Health Sensing in Fluid Power Components. Proceedings of the 7th Annual FPNI PhD Symposium, Reggio Emilia, Italy 373-384.

7. Newell, B. Krutz, G, Holland, M, and Harmeyer, K. Sensing with Smart Polymers and Rubber Components on Vehicles to Reduce Warranty and Liability (i.e. Tires, Hoses, Seals). SAE 2013 World Congress Detroit, MI April 16-18 2013.

8. Krutz, G, Gallien, T, Newell, B, and Stewart, F. “Design and Evaluation of an Embedded Sensor in a Polymer Sealing Structure “Smart Seal”.” ASME/BATH 2013 Symposium on Fluid Power and Motion Control Sarasota, FL Oct. 6-9 2013              

9. Newell,B., Krutz, G., Steward, F., and Pascal, K. "Novel Pre-strain Method for Dielectric Electroactive Polymers." SPIE  Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD) 2016 Las Vegas, NV 15 April 2016); doi:10.1117/12.2220098

 

Patent Applications

 

1. Newell, B. A., Krutz, G. W "Electroactive actuators, systems equipped therewith, and methods of use and manufacture." (Application: January 25, 2013).                                                                                                                                        ​

2. Krutz, G., Knies, G., Mosier, K., Stwalley, R., Newell, B.. "Belt and Pulley Systems and Methods of Detecting Belt Damage." (Application: February 25, 2016).                                                                                                                                  

3. Newell, B. A., Krutz, G. W. "Electroactive Polymers, Methods of Manufacture, and Structures Formed Thereof." (PCT Application: March 10, 2016).                                                                                                                                                      

4. Newell, B. A., Krutz, G. W., Knies, G. "Hydraulic Hoses with Life-Sensing Capability and Methods Therefor." (PCT Application: March 13, 2016).

 

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