Professor Robert J. Asaro
The cell wall of S.
Professor Joel. P Conte,
Professor John B. Kosmatka
UC San Diego has developed a methodology for predicting and updating the Remaining Fatigue Life (RFL) of monitored aerospace structures and/or structural sub
Professor Michael Todd
Ultrasonic guided wave interrogation using piezoelectric arrays and full- eld laser ultrasonic inspection has evolved into a very active research area.
Associate Professor John McCartney OPTIMAL DAMAGE DETECTION AND PROGNOSIS VIA ULTRASONIC SCATTERING
Although geothermal heat exchange is a well- understood approach to sustainably heat and cool buildings, it often comes with high up- front installation cost
Professor Gilberto Mosqueda
Seismic isolation has been proven as an e ective strategy to protect critical facilities including Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs) from the damaging e ects of ho
Associate Professor Ken Loh
The safe, e cient, and reliable operations of land, air, and marine vessels and structural systems depend on the performance of the human operator.
Professor John B. Kosmatka
Typical Ground Vibration Tests of ight vehicles are performed by attaching a moderate number (10 to 100) of discrete accelerometers to a free-free ight vehic
Assoc. Professor Alicia Kim
With the rise of advanced additive manufacturing, it has become possible to make engineering components with an unprecedented level of complexity across the
Professor Yu Qiao
Stress wave mitigation in porous materials, such as silica monoliths and PTFE foams, are investigated.
Professor Falko Kuester
Over the past two years, CHEI has worked in Mexico, Chile, El Salvado, Guatemala, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Saudi Ara
Professor Yuri Bazilevs
A fully coupled uid–structure interaction (FSI) simulation methodology for wind turbines was developed in order to address a variety of engineering questions
Professor Chia-Ming Uang
Steel special moment frame is widely used for multistory building construction in high seismic regions due to its excellent ductility capacity and architectu
Professor Petr Krysl
Hearing mechanisms in baleen whales (Mysticeti) are essentially unknown but their vocalizations overlap with anthropogenic sound sources.
Professor Qiang Zhu
Since the size of red blood cells is comparable to those of micro-vessels and capillaries, in microcirculation blood cannot be treated as continuum uid.
Professor Francesco Lanza di Scalea
The performance of a wind turbine is driven, among other factors, by structural fatigue experienced due to wind- induced vibrations.
Professor Gilbert A. Hegemier
The UC San Diego blast simulator characterizes the response of civilian and military components and systems to terrorist explosive attack and high impact sce
Professor Hyonny Kim
The largest source of damage to a commercial aircraft is caused by accidental contact with ground service equipment (GSE).
Professor P. Benson Shing,
Professor Jose Restrepo
Shear keys are used in bridge abutments to provide lateral restraints to bridge superstructures under normal service loads and moderate earthquake forces.
Professor Ahmed Elgamal
Three-dimensional (3D) nonlinear nite element simulations are becoming increasingly feasible for geotechnical applications. OpenSeesPL, created by J. Lu, A.
Professor P. Benson Shing
In a project sponsored by Caltrans, Professor Shing is leading an experimental and analytical study to characterize the bond-slip behavior of large-diameter