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Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Research

Our faculty and staff are comprehensive engineers and researchers who strengthen our community by combining the spirit of invention and innovation to advance our education and research.

Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Research
Faculty
Research
Kimberly Bigelow Biomechanics
Engineering Wellness Through Biomechanics Lab
Andrew Chiasson Geothermal and building energy
Jun-Ki Choi Design for environment and sustainable manufacturing
Jamie Ervin Aircraft fuels and thermal management
Sid Gunasekaran Experimental aerodynamics
Kevin Hallinan
Energy data analytics and community clean energy
Josh Heyne
Combustion and alternative jet fuels
Reza Kashani Acoustics and dynamic systems
Allison Kinney Computational biomechanics
Robert Lowe Mechanics and materials
Andrew Murray Mechanical system design
Dave Myszka Mechanical system design
Dave Perkins Mechanical systems
Margaret Pinnell K-12 STEM education
Megan Reissman Biomechanics
Tim Reissman Robotics and biomechanics
Markus Rumpfkeil Computational fluid dynamics
Research Centers

Archived Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Research

Grants

  • Chiasson, A. D. (2018 - 2020), Novel Designs in Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems. U.S. Department of Energy, $133,000.00.
  • Chiasson, A. D. (2018 - 2020), Novel Designs in Borehole Thermal Energy Storage Systems. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $133,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. & Jiang, Z. (2018 - 2021), A Real-Time, Data-Driven, Model-Based Energy Optimizer for Utility Control Systems. Navy, $2,371,988.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. & Galli Robertson, A. (2019 - 2020), Data-Supported, Peer to Peer Energy Education Program for Dayton Twin Towers Neighborhood. Ohio Housing Finance Agency, State, $30,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. & Galli Robertson, A. (2019 - 2020), Justice Energy. Marianist Foundation, Private, $5,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. & Galli Robertson, A. (2019 - 2020), Justice Energy. Marianist Foundation, $5,000.00.
  • Driskell, S. O.S., Pinnell, M. F., Sableski, M. C. & Smith, T. B. (2017 - 2020), Using engineering design to increase literacy and STEM interest among third graders. Engineering and Science Foundation of Dayton, University of Dayton, $122,562.00.

Journal Articles

  • Bryson, D., & Rumpfkeil, M. (2018). A Multifidelity quasi-Newton method for design optimization. AIAA Journal, 56(10), 4074-4086.
  • Khamlaj, T., & Rumpfkeil, M. (2018). Analysis and optimization of ducted wind turbines. Energy, Elsevier, 162(C), 1234-1252.
  • Kuiken, T., Fey, N. P., Reissman, T., Finucane, S., & Dumanian, G. (2018). Innovative use of a thighplasty procedure to improve prosthesis fit and function in an overweight transfemoral amputee. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery - Global Opendoi: 10.1097/GOX.0000000000001632
  • Li, B., Myszka, D., & Murray, A. (2018). Design and experimental assessment of variable-geometry dies for polymer extrusion. ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, 140(1), 011701:1-12.
  • Mueller, A., Murray, A., & Krovi, V. (2018). Special issue: Selected papers from IDETC 2017. Guest editorial, ASME Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, 10(2), 020201.
  • Pinnell, M. F., Franco, S., Petry, L., Mian, A., *Doudican, B, & Srinivasan, R. (2018). Leveraging regional strengths for STEM professional development:  Results from an NSF RET program focused on advanced manufacturing and materials. Research in the Schools, 25(1), 20-34.
  • Pinnell, M. F., Kurup, R., Stock, R., *Turney, T., & Wendell, T. (2018). Using engineering design to increase literacy among third graders. Accepted for publication in Research in the Schools, 25(1), 47-58.
  • Reissman, T., Halsne, E., Lipschutz, R., Miller, L., & Kuiken, T. (2018). A novel gel liner system with embedded electrodes for use with upper limb myelectric prostheses. PLOS One.  doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0198934
  • Roman, A., Cronin, J., Ervin, J. S., & Byrd, L. (2018). Measurement of the void fraction and maximum dry angle using electrical capacitance tomography applied to a 7 mm tube with R-134aA. Journal of Refrigeration, 95, 122-132.
  • Stachler, R., Lefkowitz, J., Heyne, J., Stouffer, S., Ombrello, T., & Miller, J. (2018). An investigation into the effect of residence time and equivalence ratio on ignition in a toroidal jet-stirred reactor. Combustion Institute. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proci.2018.09.009.
  • Vincent, T., Rumpfkeil, M., & Chaudhary, A. (2018). Numerical simulation of molten flow in direct energy deposition using an iterative geometry technique. Lasers in Manufacturing and Materials Processing, 5(2), 113-132.

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

  • Alsagri, A., Chiasson, A. D., & Aljabr, A. (2018). Performance comparison and parametric analysis of SCO2 power cycle configurations. Pittsburgh, PA: American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
  • Altman, A., & Memon, O. (2018). Investigating flow topology in and around wing wake free shear layers. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Altman, A., & Qureshi, S. (2018). Studying fluid breakup and dispersion to predict aerial firefighting ground drop patterns. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting
  • Bell, D. C., Heyne, J. S., Won, S. H., & Dryer, F. L. (2018). The impact of preferential vaporization lean blowout in a referee combustor at figure of merit conditions. ASME 2018 Power Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Black, C., Singh, K., Goodman, S., & Altman, A. (2018). Design, fabrication and testing of 3D printed wings for rapid evaluation of aeroelastic performance. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
  • Briones, A. M., Olding, R., Sykes, J. P., Rankin, B. A., McDevitt, K., & Heyne, J. S. (2018). Combustion modeling software development, verification and validation. ASME 2018 Power Conference, Orlando, Florida.
  • Bryson, D., & Rumpfkeil, M. (2018). Aeroelastic design optimization using a multifidelity quasi- Newton method. SciTech, AIAA 2018-0102.
  • Golembiewski, C., Schultz, J., Jackson, K., Reissman, T., Walsh-Messinger, J., & Bigelow, K. (2018). Positional and postural effect of a visual biofeedback device during rollator walker use: A device validation. American Society of Biomechanics.
  • Heyne, J., Wang, H., & Kalman, J. (2018, December). Safely improving jet, rocket fuels. Proceedings of Aerospace America, 2018 Year in Review, Propellants and Combustion Technical Committee.
  • Heyne, J. S., Peiffer, E. E., Colket, M. B., Jardines, A., Shaw, C., Moder, J. P., Roquemore, W. M., Edwards, J. T., Li, C., Rumizen, M., & Gupta, M. (2018). Year 3 of the National Jet Fuels Combustion Program: Practical and scientific impacts of alternative jet fuel research. 2018 AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting,  Orlando, Florida.
  • Huang, K., Alanezi, A., Lou, R., & Hallinan, K. P. (2018). Data mining of smart WiFi thermostats to develop multiple zonal dynamic energy and comfort models of a residential building. Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN: 5th International High Performance Buildings Conference.
  • Khamlaj, T., & Rumpfkeil, M. (2018). Analysis and optimization study of shrouded horizontal axis wind turbines. SciTech, AIAA 2018-0996.
  • Kissock, J. K., Selvacanabady, A., Gilbert, R., Tukur, A., Chiasson, A. D., & Hallinan, K. P.(2018). Advanced data analytics for improved control of building energy systems. American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE).
  • Mian, A., & Pinnell. M., *Doudican, B, & Srinivasan, R. (2018). Lessons learned from a collaborative NSF RET program involving three regional universities. Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE International Conference and Exposition, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Miller, S., & Reissman, T. (2018). Towards an automated pre-processing algorithm for machine learning of EKG databases. Annual Conference for Biomedical Engineering Society.
  • Myszka, D., Fischer, A., and Murray, A. (2018, August). A Study on the influence of planar mechanism design on energy use during controlled movements. Proceedings of the 2018 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Peiffer, E. E., Heyne, J., Colket, J. S., & Colket, M. B. (2018). Characteristic timescales for lean blowout of alternative jet fuels. AIAA 2018 Joint Propulsion Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
  • Reissman, T., Morey, R., & Fey, N. (2018). Radiography and dynamic loading to quantify and predict acceptable prosthetic fit and function. World Congress of Biomechanics.
  • Rolfe, T., Murray, A., & Myszka, D. (2018, August). Design and prototyping a shape-changing rigid-body human foot in gait. Proceedings of the 2018 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conference, Quebec City, Canada.
  • Rumpfkeil, M., & Beran, P. (2018). Multi-fidelity surrogate models for flutter database generation. Tenth International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics(ICCFD10).
  • *Schilling, M., & Pinnell, M. (2018). The STEM gender gap: An evaluation of the efficacy of women in engineering camps. Proceedings of the 2018 ASEE International Conference and Exposition, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Schultz, J., Golembiewski, C., Walsh-Messinger, J., Reissman, T., Jackson, K., & Bigelow, K. (2018). Fostering increased independence and health outcomes for older adults through increased postural stability during ambulation: Development a SmartWalker posture monitor. World Congress of Biomechanics.
  • Stachler, R., Lefkowitz, J., Heyne, J., Stouffer, S., Ombrello, T., & Miller, J. (2018, August). An investigation into the effect of residence time and equivalence ratio on ignition in a toroidal jet-stirred reactor. 37th International Symposium on Combustion, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Stachler, R., Peiffer, E. E., Kosir, S., Heyne, J., & Stouffer, S. (2018). A study into the chemical timescale for a toroidal jet-stirred reactor (TJSR). Central States Section of the Combustion Institute, Minneapolis.

Invited Lectures

  • Abdulla, Z., Heyne, J., & Holladay, J. (2018, October). Jet workshop learnings: Interpretations and recommendations. BETO-DOE O°ce, Washington, D.C.
  • Chiasson, A. D. (2018, February). Hybrid solar earth-coupled geothermal systems. Presented at the 2018 Great Lakes Sedimentary Heat Incubator Workshop, Case Western University, Cleveland, OH.
  • Colket, M., Won, S. H., Dooley, S., Pitz, B., Westbrook, C., Heyne, J., Dryer, F., & Zeppieri, S. (2018). Surrogates for practical fuels: Historical perspective, palettes, selection, use and modeling. 2018 MACCCR Meeting, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA.
  • Colket, M., & Heyne, J. (2018, November). Early evaluation of alternative jet fuels based on NJFCP results. Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference (ABLC), San Francisco, CA.
  • Colket, M., Heyne, J., & Lee, T. (2018, December). NJFCP update: Properties and modeling to FOM predictions. JetScreen Meeting, Paris, France.
  • George, A., Heyne, J., Denney, R., & Gupta, M. (2018 November). Engine optimized sustainable drop-in JET high performance fuels (HPF). Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference (ABLC), San Francisco, CA.
  • Heyne, J., Colket, & Lee, T. (2018, December). An overview of ASCENT research efforts to improve our understanding of how fuel composition and characteristics determine performance. CAAFI Biennial General Meeting.
  • Heyne, J. S.  (2018, August). Four rules on how to undergrad. University of Dayton Convocation Keynote Address, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Heyne, J. S., & Edwards, T. (2018, May). What makes a great jet fuel? Keynote, Tri-Lateral U.S.-Mexico-Canada Bio-Jet Workshop, Pacific Northwest National Laboratories.
  • Murray, A. (2018, March). The links between things – design with many moving parts. Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Mo.
  • Murray, A. (2018, January). Design with many (& sometimes too many) links. Changzhou University, Changzhou, China.
  • Murray, A. (2018, January). Design with many (& sometimes too many) links. Southeast University, Nanjing, China.
  • Reissman, T. (2018, August). Quantifying interactions in coupled human-machine interfaces. Presented at the Sports Biomechanics Laboratory, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018, September). Active subspace tutorial. Presented at the AFRL Combustion Branch Seminar, WPAFB, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018, July). Multi-fidelity surrogate models for flutter databases. Presented at an AFRL Seminar, WPAFB, Dayton, Ohio.

Posters

  • Chiasson, A. D., & Alsagri, A. (2018, February). Thermodynamic analysis and optimization of a combined recompression S-CO2 Brayton cycle – CO2 Rankine cycle for waste heat recovery. Presented at the Supercritical CO2 Power Cycles Symposium 2018, Pittsburgh, PA.
  • Heyne, J., Stouffer, S., Emerson, B., Lieuwen, T., Mastorakas, N., Blunck, D., LeClercq, P., Won, S., Dryer, F., Khandelwal, B., Ihme, M., Menon, S., Gore, J. P., & Som, S. (2018, December). Lean blowout: NJFCP summary. CAAFI-CBGM, Washington, D.C.
  • Heyne, J., Stouffer, S., Emerson, B., Lieuwen, T., Mastorakas, N., Blunck, D., LeClercq, P., Won, S., Dryer, F., Khandelwal, B., Ihme, M., Menon, S., Gore, J. P., & Som, S. (2018, October). Lean blowout working group update. FAA ASCENT, Washington, D.C.
  • Heyne, J., Stouffer, S., Emerson, B., Lieuwen, T., Mastorakas, N., Blunck, D., LeClercq, P., Won, S., Dryer, F., Khandelwal, B., Ihme, M., Menon, S., Gore, J. P., & Som, S. (2018, March). Lean blowout working group update. FAA ASCENT, MIT, Cambridge, MA.
  • Kosir, S., Stachler, R., & Heyne, J. The development of a deeper understanding of Cantera for use in the simulation of modern combustion problems. (2018, April). Stander Symposium, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Opacich, K., & Heyne, J. (2018, April). Understanding the impact of fuel volatility and viscosity on gas turbine engine ignition. Stander Symposium, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Stouffer, S., Lieuwen, T., Seitzman, J., Mastorakas, N., Lee, T., Temme, J., Kweon, M., Culbertson, B., Williams, R., & Heyne, J. (2018, December). Ignition: NJFCP summary. CAAFI-CBGM, Washington, D.C.
  • Stouffer, S., Lieuwen, T., Seitzman, J., Mastorakas, N., Lee, T., Temme, J., Kweon, M., Culbertson, B., Williams, R., & Heyne, J. (2018, October). Ignition working group update. FAA ASCENT, Washington, D.C.
  • Stouffer, S., Lieuwen, T., Seitzman, J., Mastorakas, N., Lee, T., Temme, J., Kweon, M., Culbertson, B., Williams, R., & Heyne, J. (2018, March). Ignition working group update. FAA ASCENT, MIT, Cambridge, MA.
  • Vietti, A., Merling, M., Neanover, S., Zoog, E., Veliz-Cuba, A., Reissman, T., & Sun, Y. (2018, September). Collaborative research to study the evolution of bacterial antibiotic resistance. Presented at the Midwest Microbial Pathogenesis Conference, Iowa City.
  • Zhang, H., Kosir, S., Stachler, R., Peiffer, E., & Heyne, J. S. (2018). Optimization of surrogate jet fuel for determination of combustion properties and sensitivities. Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, Ohio.

Presentations

  • Behnke, L., Kosir, S., Heyne, J. S., Zabarnick, S., Flora, G., Denney, R. K., & Gupta, M. (2018). The role of high energy molecules and alternative jet fuel blends in the advancement of conventional jet fuels. DESS2018-020, 14th Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Wright State University.
  • Brand, K., Ervin, J. S., & Emo, S. M. (2018, August). Characterizing the discharge quality for a two-phase pumped loop. WPAFB.
  • Hallinan, K. P., Crecelius, A. R., & Yorke, J. (2018, January). An artist, an engineer, and a scientist walk into a room. Presented at the LTC Learning, Teaching Forum, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2018, January). A university for the common good. Presented at the University of Dayton Learning Teaching Forum.
  • Hallinan, K. P., & Pruce, J. (2018, January). Our experiences with experiential learning. Presented at the University of Dayton Learning Teaching Forum.
  • Kosir, S., Behnke, L., Heyne, J., Zabarnick, S., Flora, G., Denney, R. K., & Gupta, M. (2018). Improvement in jet aircraft operation with the use of high-performance alternative drop-in fuels in conventional fuels. DESS2018-007, 14th Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Wright State University.
  • Opacich, K., Heyne, J. S., Peiffer, E., & Stouffer, S. D. (2018). Analyzing the relative impact of spray and volatile fuel properties on gas turbine combustor ignition. DESS2018-019, 14th Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Wright State University.
  • Peiffer, E., & Heyne, J. (2018, February). Combustor rig sensitivity to DCN for LBO and ignition results from year 3 of the NJFCP. 43rd Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium, Sinclair Community College.
  • Peiffer, E., Mira, S., & Heyne, J. (2018, January). Tending practices and thermal efficiency for biomass cookstoves. ETHOS Conference, Kirkland, WA.
  • Pinnell, M. F., Smith, T. B., Driskell, S. O. S., & Sableski, M. C. (2018, May). Using engineering design to increase literacy and STEM interest among third graders. Presented at the Faculty Teaching and Learning Forum, Dayton, OH.
  • Qureshi, S., & Altman, A. (2018, February). Employing Buckingham Pi and regression analysis to guide simplified prediction of aerial ground drop patterns. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.
  • Qureshi, S., & Altman, A. (2018, February). The relationship between liquid jet breakup and aerial fire suppressant ground drop patterns. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center. 
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018, February). Multi-fidelity surrogate models for flutter analysis. Presented at the 43rd AIAA Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium (DCASS), Dayton, Ohio.
  • Stachler, R., Heyne, J., Peiffer, E., Stouffer, S., & Miller, J. (2018). Assessment of lean blowoff in a toroidal jet stirred reactor. DESS2018-055, 14th Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Wright State University.
  • Stachler, R. D., Heyne, J. S., Stouffer, S. D., Miller, J. D., & Rein, K. (2018, February). Characterization of a toroidal jet-stirred reactor using hot-wire anemometry and tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy (TDLAS). 43rd Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium, Sinclair Community College.
  • Truszkowski, A., & Altman, A. (2018, February). Distributed lift is more feasible than expected! Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.

Workshops

  • Crecelius, A. R., LaDuca, B., & Hallinan, K. P. (2018, November). The GEMnasium: A playground for transdisciplinary and humanity-centered education and experiences. Presented at the Transforming Stem Education, Atlanta, GA.
  • Hallinan, K. P., Pruce, J., Crosson, K. M., & Kwon, S. (2018, December). Discovering vocation workshop II
  • Pruce, J., & Hallinan, K. P. (2018, January). Experiential learning reading group.

Sponsored Research

  • Altman, A., & Altman, S. S. (2016 - 2018), Wind tunnel diagnostics and support. AFRL/RQVX, Federal, $534,266.00.
  • Bigelow, K.Reissman, T., Jackson, K., & Welsh-Messinger. J. (2017-2018), Fostering increased independence and health outcomes for older adults: Development and adoption of a SmartWalker, University of Dayton STEM Catalyst Grant, $33,079.99.
  • Chiasson, A. D. (2018 - 2020), Novel designs in borehole thermal energy storage systems. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $133,000.00.
  • Chiasson, A. D., Kissock, J. K., & Gilbert, R. (2018 - 2019), Ohio lean buildings program - phase II energy assessments. Ohio Development Services Agency, State, $75,000.00.
  • Chiasson, A. D., & Kissock, J. K. (2018 - 2019), Ohio lean buildings program – phase IV measurement and verification. Ohio Development Services Agency, State, $8,000.00.
  • Chiasson, A. D., Kissock, J. K., & Gilbert, R. (2017 - 2018), Ohio lean buildings program. Ohio Development Services Agency, State, $100,000.00.
  • Chiasson, A. D., & Kissock, J. K. (2017 - 2018), Ohio lean buildings program – phase IV measurement and verification. Ohio Development Services Agency, State, $7,500.00.
  • Chiasson, A. D. (2017 - 2018), Geothermal HVAC - phase change materials in borehole thermal energy storage systems. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $43,800.00.
  • Choi, J.-K., & Ciric, A. (2016 - 2018), Phase II solar-thermal adsorption refrigerator (STAR). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal, $75,000.00.
  • Ciric, A. R., & Choi, J.-K. (2017 - 2018), STAR: solar thermal adsorptive refrigeration. UD STEM Catalyst Program, University of Dayton, $14,513.00.
  • Ervin, J. S., Tsao, B.-H., Emo, S. M., Johnson, D. J., Cory, J. R., & Tsao, V. (2016 - 2019), Research and development in advanced power and thermal management technologies for advanced aircraft. Air Force Research Laboratory, Federal.
  • Ervin, J. S. (2016 - 2018), Thermal management of advanced aircraft new money added to FA8650-16- 2-2605. AFRL, Federal, $607,500.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., & Jiang, Z. (2018 - 2021), A real-time, data-driven, model-based energy optimizer for utility control systems. Navy, $2,371,988.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., Isseman, T., & Michal, B. (2018 - 2019), Healing green. Leonardo Enterprises, University of Dayton, $5,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017 - 2018), Machine learning for forecasting comfort and virtual storage of residences. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $44,799.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017 - 2018), Energy GPA. University of Dayton Green Revolving Loan Fund, University of Dayton, $13,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017 - 2018), Residential energy GPA. Green Revolving Loan Fund, University of Dayton, $12,000.00.
  • Heyne, J. S. (2018 - 2020), Integration and coordination national jet fuels combustion program and fuels testing. FAA, $585,000.00.
  • Still, D., Heyne, J. S. (2018 - 2019). A review of emissions reductions for biomass combustion. EPA, $10,000.00.
  • Heyne, J. S. (2018). Jet bio-fuel optimization, (R-24373). SNL/DOE, $145,000.00.
  • Heyne, J. S. (2017-2018). Integration and coordination of the national jet fuels combustion program and fuels testing, 13-C-AJFE-UD (Amendment No. 018). FAA, $375,000.00
  • Heyne, J. S. (2017-2018). Integration and coordination of the national jet fuels combustion program and fuels combustion program and fuels testing, 13-C-AJFE-UD (Amendment No. 017). FAA, $193,000.00.
  • Driskell, S. O. S., Pinnell, M. F., Smith, T. B. & Sableski, M. C. (2017 - 2020), Using engineering design to increase literacy and STEM interest among third graders. Engineering and Science Foundation of Dayton, University of Dayton, $122,562.00.
  • Driskell, S. O. S., Pinnell, M. F., Smith, T. B. & Sableski, M. C. (2017 - 2018), STEM/literacy afterschool program. Marianist Foundation, University of Dayton, $10,000.00.
  • Reissman, M., & Reissman, T. (2017-2018), University of Dayton Go Baby Go!, Miami Valley Physicians Charitable Foundation Grant, $4,000.
  • Reissman, T., & Reissman, M. (2018-2019), University of Dayton Go Baby Go!, Marianist Foundation Grant, $7,800.
  • Reissman, T.Lowe, R., Tari, H., Pinnell, M., Hill, S., & Daniels, M. (2018-2019), Toward additively manufactured soft prosthetic hands: Processing, characterization, and predictive modeling of ultra-flexible 3d-printed materials, University of Dayton STEM Catalyst Grant, $45,343.82.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018 - 2019), Aerospace propulsion outreach program (APOP) 2019. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,000.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018), Senior UD/UDRI research fellow. UD and UDRI, University of Dayton, $1,000.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018), Summer faculty fellowship program 2018. AFOSR, Federal, $13,600.00. 
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2017 - 2018), Aerospace propulsion outreach program (APOP) 2018. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,000.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2018), AFRL subject matter expert. AFOSR, Federal, $17,500.00.

Visiting Professor

Kissock, J. K. (2017). Visiting professor at Dalian University of Technology in Liaoning, China.

Journal Articles

  • Ali, H., Murray, A. & Myszka, D. (2017). The synthesis of function generating mechanisms for periodic curves using large numbers of double-crank linkages. ASME Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, 9(3), 1-8.
  • Bryson, D. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2017). All-at-once approach to multifidelity polynomial chaos expansion surrogate modeling. Aerospace Science and Technology, 70C, 121-136.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017). Developing a cost-optimal retrofit CHP system for multi-family buildings using historical demand. International Journal of Advanced Research, 5(8), 1786-1800.
  • Johnson, D. J., Niedbalski, N. P., Ervin, J. S. & Patnaik, S. S. (2017). A thermal management system using ammonium carbamate as an endothermic heat sink. Applied Thermal Engineering, 121, 897-907. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1016/j.applthermaleng.2017.04.126
  • Khamlaj, T. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2017). Theoretical analysis of shrouded horizontal axis wind turbines. Energies, 10(1), 38.
  • LaDuca, B., Ausdenmoore, A., Katz-Buonconintro, J. & Hallinan, K. P. (2017). An arts-based instructional model for student creativity in engineering design. J. of Engineering Pedagogy, 7(1), 34-57. Retrieved from http://icl-conference.org/dl/iJEP/iJEP_vol7_no1_2017_F.pdf
  • Mativo, J. & Hallinan, K. P. (2017). Development of compliant thermoelectric generators (TEGs) in aerospace applications using topology optimization. Energy Harvesting and Systems (EHS), 4(2).
  • Reinert, S. S., Kinney, A., Jackson, K., Diestelkamp, W. S. & Bigelow, K. E. (2017). Age stratification and sample entropy analysis enhance the limits of stability test for older adults. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 33(6), 419-423.
  • Roland, J. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2017). Wing fuel tank heat sink calculation for conceptual aircraft design. Journal of Aircraft, 54(3), 1172-1188.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. & Beran, P. (2017). Construction of dynamic multi-fidelity locally optimized surrogate models. AIAA Journal, 55(9), 3169-3179. 
  • Rumpfkeil, M. P. ( 2017). Using steady flow analysis for noise predictions. Computers and Fluids,154C, 347-357. 
  • Sample, R. B., Kinney, A., Jackson, K., Diestelkamp, W. S. & Bigelow, K. E. (2017). Identification of key outcome measures when using the instrumented timed up and go and/or posturography for fall screening. Gait and Posture, 57, 168-171.
  • Tukur, A. & Hallinan, K. P. (2017). Statistically informed static pressure control in multiple-zone VAV systems. Energy and Buildings, 135, 244-252. Retrieved from dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2016.11.032

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

  • Almestiri, S., Murray, A. & Myszka D. (August, 2017). Spherical linkages analysis and synthesis by special unitary matrices for solution via numerical algebraic geometry. ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conference.
  • Altman, A. & Gunasekaran, S. (2017). Refined Insight into the wingtip vortex-free shear layer interaction. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
  • Altman, A. & Memon, O. (2017). PIV investigation into cross-stream behavior in wing wake free shear layers: Challenges and results. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
  • Brown, W., Carlson, P. & Kashani, A. R. (2017). Strategies for mitigating floor vibration. Structural Engineers Association of California Convention, San Diego, CA.
  • Bryson, D. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2017). Comparison of unified and sequential-approximate approaches to multifidelity optimization. AIAA 2017-0131.
  • Bryson, D., Rumpfkeil, M. & Durscher, R. (2017). Framework for multifidelity aeroelastic vehicle design optimization. AIAA 2017-4322.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2017). A case study of sustainable manufacturing practice: end-of-life photovoltaic recycling. Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2017.
  • Fthenakis, V., Zhang, Z. & Choi, J.-K. (2017). Cost optimization of decommissioning and recycling CdTe PV power plants. IEEE- PVSC.
  • LaDuca, B., Ausdenmoore, A., Katz-Buonconintro, J., Hallinan, K. P. & Marshall, K. (2017). Confidence in creativity: a journey to value, impact and transformative education. International Seminar on Integral Education, Ciudad.
  • Rumpfkeil, M., Hanazaki, K. & Beran, P. (2017). Construction of multi-fidelity locally optimized surrogate models for uncertainty quantification. AIAA 2017-1948.
  • Sagerman, D., Rumpfkeil, M., Hellman, B. & Dasque, N. (2017). Comparisons of measured and modeled aero-thermal distributions for complex hypersonic configurations. AIAA 2017-0264.

Technical Report

  • Niedbalski, N. P., S. P., Johnson, D. J. & Ervin, J. S. (2017). A thermal management system using ammonium carbamate as an endothermic heat sink. (AFRL-RQ-WP-TP-2017-0159, ed.). Air Force Report.

Invited Lectures

  • Bigelow, K. E. (2017, October). Applying engineering tools to clinical assessment, care, and monitoring of human movement. Presented at the National Telehealth Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017, May). Arts habits and processes for promoting creativity in engineering education. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Hallinan, K. P. & LaDuca, B. (2017, April). Local sustainability with local jobs, training, and mentoring. Presented at the Community Engaged Research and Scholarship, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, February). Principles of energy efficiency. Presented at the Ohio Energy Management Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, July). Targeting energy efficient efforts using monthly energy use data. Presented at Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, October). University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center & Ohio Lean Buildings Program. Presented at the Ohio EPA 2017 Sustainability Conference, Columbus, OH.  
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, November). University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center & Ohio Lean Buildings Program. Presented at the Industrial Energy Saving Workshop, DPL, Dayton, OH.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, November). Guide to sustainable manufacturing, energy efficiency assessment in industrial facilities: case studies and lessons seminar. Presented at ASHRAE Winter Conference, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Murray, A. (2017, March). Design with many (& sometimes too many) links. Presented at LIRMM, Montpellier, France.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2017, November). The potential of single- and multi-fidelity optimization tools. Presented at the AFRL Combustion Branch Seminar, WPAFB, Dayton, OH.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2017, June). CFD in undergraduate engineering education. Presented at the CFD Society of Canada Annual Conference, Windsor, Ontario.

Posters

  • Altman, A. & Memon, O. (2017, July). Cross-stream evolution of the free shear layer behind a wing. Presented at the 10th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Chicago, IL.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2017). Elevating sustainability for engineering design. Presented at the Hanley Sustainability Institute Annual Meeting, Dayton, OH.
  • Gunasekaran, S. & Altman, A. (2017, July). Insight into wingtip vortex – wing wake free shear layer interaction. Presented at the 10th International Symposium on Turbulence and Shear Flow Phenomena, Chicago, IL.
  • Schuessler, R., Ising, M., Kelley, D., Choi, J.-K. & Kissock, J. K. (2017). Sustainable manufacturing for mid-sized manufacturers. Presented at the Graduate Student Showcase, Dayton, OH.

Presentations

  • Altman, A. (2017, June). Approved presentation to the subsonic aerodynamic testing association: Is anyone measuring absolute total pressure correctly? Presented at the Subsonic Aerodynamic Testing Association, Wichita, KS.
  • Altman, A. & Memon, O. (2017, March). PIV investigation into cross-stream behavior in wing wake free shear layers: Challenges and results. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center, Dayton, OH.
  • Altman, A. & Gunasekaran, S. (2017, March). Refined insight into the wingtip vortex - free shear layer interaction. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center, Dayton, OH.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2017, August). The teaching repository as a tool for you. Presented at the American Society of Biomechanics Meeting, Boulder, CO.
  • Bigelow, K. E., Nowicki, K., Dues, B., Schepers, L., Jackson, K. & Reissman, M. (2017, February). Analyzing the use of visual feedback provided by limb mounted lasers for improving lower extremity movement in individuals with neurological disorders. Presented at the Midwest American Society of Biomechanics Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Bigelow, K. E., Hollis, S., Clark, H., Ingram, P., Erlich, T., Hill, T. & Jackson, K. (2017, February). The influence of carbon composite and plastic ankle foot orthoses on balance, gait and fatigue in individuals with multiple sclerosis. Presented at the Midwest American Society of Biomechanics Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI.
  • Cronin, J., Roman, A., Ervin, J. S. & Byrd, L. (2017, April). Studies of two phase flow using electrical capacitance tomography and R-134a. WPAFB, Dayton, OH.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017, April). Local sustainability with local jobs, training, and mentoring. Presented at the Stander Presentation, Dayton, OH.
  • Kowalski, D., Memon, O. & Altman, A. (2017, March). Distributed lift: An unconventional approach. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center, Dayton, OH.
  • Qureshi, S. & Altman, A. (2017, October). Saving lives through aerial fire suppression: from aerodynamic breakup to a ground coverage predictability model. Presented at the Academic Research Colloquium.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. & Beran, P. (2017, March). Construction of multi-fidelity surrogate models for uncertainty quantification. Presented at the 42nd AIAA Dayton Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium (DCASS), Dayton, OH.

Workshop

  • Bigelow, K. E. & Bloemer, K. (2017, January). Beyond brainstorming. Presented at the Kern Entrepreneurship Engineering Network (KEEN) Winter Meeting, Jacksonville, FL.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, January). Energy efficient process cooling and HVAC and energy efficient compressed air. Presented at CLEAResult, Chicago, IL.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, April). Energy efficient water wastewater treatment. Presented at AEP Ohio, Bellaire, OH.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, April). Energy efficient HVAC and compressed air. Presented at AEP Ohio, Wooster, OH.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, April). Energy efficient HVAC and compressed air. Presented at AEP Ohio, Columbus, OH.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, June). Energy efficient process cooling and HVAC and energy efficient compressed air. Presented at CLEAResult, Oklahoma City, OK.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2017, November). Deep dive into process energy efficiency. Presented at AEP Ohio, Columbus, OH. 

Sponsored Research

  • Altman, A. & Altman, S. S. (2016 - 2018), Wind tunnel diagnostics and support. AFRL/RQVX, Federal, $534,266.00.
  • Altman, A. (2016 - 2017), Aeroelastic testing using rapid prototyping materials. DAGSI/AFRL, Federal, $63,831.00.
  • Altman, A. (2016 - 2017), Combustion enhancement in high-speed flows. DAGSI/AFRL, State, $59,219.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E., Jackson, K., Reissman, T. & Walsh-Messinger, J. (2017 - Present), Fostering increased independence and health outcomes for older adults: Development and adoption of a smartwalker. University of Dayton STEM Catalyst Program, University of Dayton, $33,079.99.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2015 - Present), Enhancing undergraduate engineering education through meaningful assistive device design. National Science Foundation, Federal, $77,272.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - EGR 103 spring project. Kettering Health Network, Local, $2,868.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - kitchen devices for individuals with stroke. Kettering Health Network, Local, $9,759.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - vision therapy device. Kettering Health Network, Local, $7,372.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - iPad accessories. Kettering Health Network, Local, $2,705.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. & Bistrek, L. (2011 - Present), Improving student spatial visualization skills to increase retention and GPA. Procter and Gamble Fund's Higher Education Grant, Private, $6,000.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. & Bloemer, K. (2015 - 2017), Ideation techniques and the entrepreneurial mindset. 4.Kern Family Foundation – Kern Entrepreneurship Engineering Network (KEEN) Topical Grant, Private, $39,900.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2017), Health monitoring of elite athletes and military personnel. University of Dayton Research Institute – Ball Aerospace Contract, Other, $41,000.00.
  • Chiasson, A. & Kissock, J. K. (2017-2018), Performing building energy assessments. Ohio Lean Buildings Program, state of Ohio, $107,500.00. 
  • Chiasson, A. & Kissock, J. K. (2017), Performing building energy assessments. Ohio Lean Buildings Program, state of Ohio, $100.000.00. 
  • Choi, J.-K. (2017 - Present), Business competition grant. Crotty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Private, $7,500.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. & Ciric, A. (2016 - 2018), Phase II solar-thermal adsorption refrigerator (STAR). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal, $75,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. & Kissock, J. K. (2011 - 2017), University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $1,300,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016 - 2017), Sustainability Goal Setting for the Dayton region. Hanley Sustainability Institute, University of Dayton, $19,750.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2017), Design for environment projects. CROWN Equipment Corporation, Private, $4,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016 - 2017), KEEN winter conference travel grant. Kern Family Foundation, Private, $2,000.00.
  • Ciric, A. R. & Choi, J.-K. (2017 - 2018), “STAR: solar thermal adsorptive refrigeration”. UD STEM Catalyst Program, University of Dayton, $14,513.00.
  • Driskell, S. O. S., Pinnell, M. F., Smith, T. B. & Sableski, M. C. (2017 - 2020), Using engineering design to increase literacy and STEM interest among third graders. Engineering and Science Foundation of Dayton, University of Dayton, $122,562.00.
  • Ervin, J. S. (2016 - 2018), Thermal management of advanced aircraft new money added to FA8650-16- 2-2605. AFRL, Federal, $607,500.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017 - 2018), Energy GPA. University of Dayton Green Revolving Loan Fund, University of Dayton, $13,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2017 - 2018), Machine learning for forecasting comfort and virtual storage of residences. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $44,799.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), ECT - Surrogate modeling based upon data mining for predicting refrigeration system performance for alternative refrigerants. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $20,667.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), ECT - ProAct data mining - Failure Analysis. Private, $20,667.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), Commercial kitchen project. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $20,667.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), Transactional control to achieve load sharing/balancing/shifting in light commercial buildings and residences with solar PV and battery storage. Dept. of Energy, Federal, $40,000.00.
  • Kallenberg, B. J. & Murray, A. P. (2017 - Present), Research grant for developing EGR351"By Design." Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN), Private, $6,999.78.
  • Kinney, A. (2017), Investigating reverse total shoulder implant positioning. University of Dayton School of Engineering Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (S.U.R.E.) Program, University of Dayton, $5,000.00.
  • Kinney, A. (2017), Relationships between deficits in neuromuscular coordination and balance performance in individuals with multiple sclerosis. University of Dayton Research Council, University of Dayton, $6,500.00.
  • Kissock, J. K. (2016-2021), Performing industrial assessments at the University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $1,843,321.00. 
  • Murray, A.Myszka, D. (2012-2017), Variable-geometry dies for polymer extrusion. National Science Foundation, Federal, $313,830. 
  • Murray, A.Myszka, D. (2012-2017), Research experiences for undergraduates. National Science Foundation, Federal, $32,200.00.
  • Myszka, D. (2017-2018), Development of morphing aircraft wing structures. Air Force Research Laboratories, Private, $36,511.00. 
  • Myszka, D. (2015-2017), Simulation model of condensing unit performance. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $47,243.00.
  • Pinnell, M. F., Blust, R. P., Balster, E., Bigelow, K. E., Crosson, K. M., Schneider, S. J. & Kinnucan-Welsch, K. A. (2010 - Present), EEC-1009607 - engineering innovation and design for STEM teachers. NSF, Federal, $499,101.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2017 - 2018), Aerospace propulsion outreach program (APOP) 2018. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,000.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2017), AFRL subject matter expert. AFOSR, Federal, $18,032.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016 - 2017), Aerospace propulsion outreach program (APOP) 2017. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,200.00. 
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2017), Hypersonic TSP measurements and CFD modeling (2nd extension). Hypersonics branch at WPAFB, Federal, $8,072.00.
  • Walsh-Messinger, J., Bigelow, K. E., Jackson, K. & Reissman, T. (2017), Fostering increased independence and health outcomes for older adults: Development and adoption of a smartwalker. STEM Catalyst, University of Dayton, $33,080.00.

Journal Articles

  • Almestiri, S. M., Murray, A. P., Myszka, D. H., & Wampler, C. W. (2016). Singularity traces of single degree-of-freedom planar linkages that include prismatic and revolute joints. Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, 8(5), 051003.
  • Altman, A., & Krauss, G. G. (2016). The key ideas of MDW IX: A summary. International Journal of Engineering Education, 32(3b), 1-10.
  • Brake, D. A., Hauenstein J. D., Murray, A. P., Myszka, D. H., & Wampler, C. W. (2016). The complete solution of Alt–Burmester synthesis problems for four-bar linkages. Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, 8(4), 041018.
  • Bryson, D.E., Miller, R.M., Marks, C.R., & Rumpfkeil, M.P. (2016). Multidisciplinary design optimization of quiet, hybrid electric small unmanned aerial systems. Journal of Aircraft, 53(6), 1959-1963.
  • Choi, J.-K., Bakshi, B. R., Hubacek, K., & Nader, J. (2016). A sequential input–output framework to analyze the economic and environmental implications of energy policies: Gas taxes and fuel subsidies. Applied Energy, 184, 830-839.
  • Choi, J.-K., Kelley, D., Murphy, S., & Thangamani, D. (2016). Economic and environmental perspectives of end-of-life ship management. Resource, Conservation, and Recycling, 107, 82-91.
  • De Groote, F., Kinney, A., Rao, A. V., & Fregly, B. J. (2016). Evaluation of direct collocation optimal control problem formulations for solving the muscle redundancy problem. Annals of Biomedical Engineering, 44(10), 2922-2936.
  • Ershad, A. M., Brecha, R. J., & Hallinan, K. P. (2016). Analysis of solar photovoltaic and wind power potential in Afghanistan. Renewable Energy, 85(January), 445-453.
  • Hallinan, K. P., & Brecha, R. J. (2016). A clean energy utility for multifamily housing in a deregulated energy market. Energy And Buildings, 117(1), 806-817. Retrieved from http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378778816305151
  • Hanchak, M. S., Vangsness, M. D., Ervin, J. S., & Byrd, L. W. (2016). Model and experiments of the transient evolution of a thin, evaporating liquid film. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 92, 757-765.
  • Hanchak, M. S., Vangsness, M. D., Ervin, J. S., & Byrd, L. W. (2016). Transient measurement of thin liquid films using a Shack-Hartmann sensor. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 77, 100-103.
  • Rahdar, M.H., Heydari, M., Ataei, A., & Choi, J.-K. (2016). Modeling and optimization of R-717 and R-134a ice thermal energy storage air conditioning systems using NSGA-II and MOPSO algorithms. Applied Thermal Engineering, 96, 217-227.
  • Roman, A. J., Kreitzer, P. J., Ervin, J. S., Hanchak, M. S., & Byrd, L. W. (2016). Flow pattern identification of horizontal two-phase refrigerant flow using neural networks. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 71, 254-264.
  • Sample, R. B., Jackson, K., Kinney, A., Diestelkamp, W. S., Senia, R. S., & Bigelow, K. E.(2016). Manual and cognitive dual-tasks contribute to fall-risk differentiation in posturography measures. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 19, 1-24.
  • Serrancoli, G., Kinney, A., Fregly, B. J., & Font-Llangunes, J.M. (2016). Neuromusculoskeletal model calibration significantly affects predicted knee contact forces for walking. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 138(8), 081001.
  • Turner, M., Roberts, R., Rumpfkeil, M., Van Kuren, J., Bons, J., Smith, T., Ausserer, J., & Litke, P. (2016). Thrust vectoring design project at six universities. International Journal of Engineering Education, 32(1 (A)), 252-271.
  • Walker, D. R., Kinney, A., Wright, T. W., & Banks, S. A. (2016). How sensitive is the deltoid moment arm to humeral offset changes with reverse total shoulder arthroplasty? Journal Of Shoulder And Elbow Surgery / American Shoulder And Elbow Surgeons 25(6), 998-1004. 

Magazine/Trade Publication

Paper Published in Conference Proceedings

  • Al Tarhuni, B., Naji, A., Hallinan, K. P., Brecha, R. J., & Yao, Z. (2016). Predicting residential heating energy consumption and savings from known energy characteristics and historical energy consumption. Atlanta, GA: 2nd International Conference & Expo on Green Energy, Recycling and Environmental Microbiology.
  • Allemand, G., & Altman, A. (2016, January). Post-stall performance improvement through bio-inspired passive covert feathers. AIAA 2016-2042, 54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, San Diego, CA. doi: 10.2514/6.2016-2042 
  • Alqaed, S., & Hallinan, K. P. (2016). Developing a cost-optimal retrofit CHP system for multi-family buildings using historical demand. Atlanta, Georgia, USA: 2nd International Conference & Expo on Green Energy, Recycling and Environmental Microbiology.
  • Alrobaian, A., Hallinan, K. P., & Brecha, R. J. (2016). Multi-spectral remote thermal imaging of building envelopes. Honolulu, Hawaii: The First Pacific Rim Thermal Engineering Conference Date of Conference.
  • Alshatshati, S., Hallinan, K. P., & Brecha, R. J. (2016). Estimating Envelope Thermal Characteristics from Single Point in Time Thermal Images. Charlotte, NC: ASME 2016 10th International Conference on Energy Sustainability.
  • Bryson, D., & Rumpfkeil, M. (2016, January). Variable-fidelity surrogate modeling of lambda wing transonic aerodynamic performance. SciTech 2016, San Diego, California. AIAA-2016-0294
  • Gunasekaran, S., & Altman, A. (2016, January). Is there a relationship between the turbulence character of the wingtip vortex and the wing free shear layer? AIAA 2016-1068, 54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, San Diego, CA. doi: 10.2514/6.2016-1068
  • Li, B., Murray, A., & Myszka, D. (2016). Planar shape-changing rigid-body mechanisms in morphometrics applications, Proceedings of the International Design Engineering Technical Conference, ASME.
  • Memon, M. O., & Altman, A. (2016, January). Wingtip vortex behavior in the vicinity of the maximum lift to drag ratio lift condition. AIAA 2016-1847, 54th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, San Diego, CA. doi: 10.2514/6.2016-1847
  • Murgham, H., Myszka, D., Bahel, V., Rajendran, R., Knapke, K., Shivashankar, S., & Wynn, K. (2016). Simulation of an automatic commercial ice maker. Proceedings of the International Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference.
  • Neal, C., & Altman, A. (2016, June). Visual application within academic aero engineering teaching and research. 2016 Image Conference, Dayton, OH.
  • Parihar, A., Myszka, D., Robinet, B., & Hodapp, T. (2016). Integrating numerical models for efficient simulation of compressor valves. Proceedings of the International Compressor Engineering Conference.
  • Petrykowski, J. C., & Mohamed, H. (2016). The energetics of coolant-bubble-cover-gas interactions associated with LMR out-of-reactor source term experiments. Chicago, IL: Proceedings of 16th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics. Retrieved from http://nureth16.anl.gov
  • Rodwan, E., Altman, A., & Chiasson, A. D. (2016). A high temperature borehole thermal energy storage utility for existing multifamily buildings. Atlanta, GA: 2nd International Conference & Expo on Green Energy, Recycling and Environmental Microbiology.
  • Rumpfkeil, M., & Beran, P. (2016). Construction of multi-fidelity surrogate models for aerodynamic databases. Ninth International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ICCFD9).
  • Sagerman, D., Tancred, J., Rumpfkeil, M., & Hellman, B. (2016, June). Hypersonic experimental aero-thermal capability study through multilevel fidelity computational fluid dynamics. Aviation 2016, Washington, D.C. AIAA 2016-3577
  • Schuessler, R., Ising, M., Kelley, D., Sturtevant, K., Valigosky, Z., Choi, J.-K., & Kissock, K. (2016). Sustainable manufacturing for mid-sized manufacturers. In R. Schuessler, (Ed.). New Orleans, LA: International Energy Technology Conference.
  • Tukur, A., Hallinan, K. P., & Kissock, J. K. (2016). Energy savings from robust control of static pressure based upon zonal occupancy. Pacific Grove, CA: 2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in Buildings.
 

Invited Lecture

  • Choi, J.-K. (2016, November). Macro and micro perspectives of sustainable manufacturing. Invited by U.S. National Science Foundation. Presented at the International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering 2016, Suzhou, China.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016, June). Sustainable manufacturing and decision support for policy. Presented at Center for Climate Technology Cooperation, Seoul, Korea.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016, May). From energy data to energy auditing. Presented at the Rural Electricity Resource Council National Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016, May). Energy informatics. Presented at the Association of Energy Engineers, Dayton, OH.
  • Murray, A. (2016, May). Applications of Bertini in kinematics, robotics and machine design. The Software and Applications of Numerical Algebraic Geometry Workshop, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN.
  • Roman, A. J., Cronin, J., Ervin, J. S., & Byrd, L. W. (2016). Studies of two-phase flow using electrical capacitance tomography. Air Force Research Lab.
 

Poster

  • Kuska, E. C., & Kinney, A. (2016, August). Optimization predictions of muscle forces during walking are influenced by objective function choice. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Raleigh, NC.
  • Smoot Reinert, S., Kinney, A. , & Bigelow, K. E. (2016, August). A method for applying time to stabilization analysis to older adult data. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Raleigh, NC.
  • Taylor, M., Bigelow, K. E., Yentes, J., Diestelkamp, W. S., & Kinney, A. (2016, August). The effect of input parameters on detrended fluctuation analysis: data length significantly affects results. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Raleigh, NC.
  • Walker, D., Kinney, A., Wright, T., & Banks, S. (2016, October). A novel approach to estimation of patient-specific muscle strength with reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Presented at the 29th Annual Congress of the International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty, Boston, MA.
  • Walker, D., Kinney, A., Wright, T., & Banks, S. (2016, October). How sensitive is deltoid performance to humeral offset changes with reverse total shoulder arthroplasty?Presented at the 29th Annual Congress of the International Society for Technology in Arthroplasty, Boston, MA.
  • Walker, D. W., Kinney, A., Wright, T. W., & Banks, S. A. (2016, March). A novel approach to estimation of patient-specific muscle strength with reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Presented at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society, Orlando, FL.

Presentation

  • Altaher, A., Worsham, M., Willard, K., Labrador-Rached, C., Ciric, A., & Choi, J.-K. (2016, November). Solar thermal adsorption refrigeration. Presented at the AIChE Annual Student Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Altaher, A., Worsham, M., Willard, K., Labrador-Rached, C., Choi, J.-K., & Ciric, A. (2016, November). Solar thermal adsorptive refrigeration. Presented at the Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Altman, A., & Allemand, G. (2016, March). Post-stall performance improvement through bio-inspired passive covert feathers. Presented at the 41st Annual Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium, Sinclair Ponitz Center, Dayton, OH.
  • Brian, L., Hallinan, K. P., & Adrienne, A. (2016, May). Arts nexus for STEM: Developing creative problem-solving in an inclusive and divergent framework. Presented at the Ohio PKAL Conference, Columbus, OH.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016, October). Sustainability of energy efficiency investment to local manufacturing. Presented at the EcoBalance 2016, Kyoto, Japan.
  • Gunasekaran, S., & Altman, A. (2016, March). Relationship between the wingtip vortex, the free shear layer and aerodynamic efficiency. Presented at the 41st Annual Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium, Sinclair Ponitz Center, Dayton, OH.
  • Gunasekaran, S., & Altman, A. (2016, November). Refined insight into the wingtip vortex-free shear layer interaction. Presented at the 12th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Kuska, E., & Kinney, A. (2016, November). Optimization predictions of muscle forces during walking are influenced by objective function choice. Presented at the 12th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Memon, O., & Altman, A. (2016, March). Wingtip vortex behavior in the vicinity of the maximum lift to drag ratio lift condition. Presented at the 41st Annual Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Memon, O., & Altman, A. (2016, November). Cross-stream evolution of the free shear layer behind a wing with changes in angle of attack. 12th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Pariser, K., & Kinney, A. (2016, November). Influence of reverse shoulder implant positioning on patient-specific muscle forces: A simulation study. Presented at the 12th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Petrykowski, J. C. (2016, September). The energetics of coolant-bubble-cover-gas interactions associated with LMR out-of-reactor source term experiments. Presented at the 16th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Reactor Thermal Hydraulics, Chicago, IL.
  • Qureshi, S., & Altman, A. (2016, November). Statistically determining functional dependencies in fire retardant aerial drop ground coverage. 12th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016, March). Multi-fidelity surrogate modeling for efficient uncertainty quantification. Presented at the 41st AIAA Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium (DCASS), Dayton, OH.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016, February). Optimization under mixed uncertainty using surrogate models and derivatives. Presented at the Workshop on Next Generation Transport Aircraft, Hawaii.
  • Sample, R. B., Kinney, A., Jackson, K., Diestelkamp, W. S., & Bigelow, K. E. (2016, August). Manual and cognitive dual-tasks contribute to fall-risk differentiation in posturography measures. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics, Raleigh, NC.
  • Schuessler, R., Ising, M., Kelley, D., Sturtevant, K., Valigosky, Z., Choi, J.-K., & Kissock, J. K. (2016, May). Sustainable manufacturing for mid-sized manufacturers. Presented at the International Energy Technology Conference, New Orleans, LA.
  • Strong, R., Janz, E., Myers, K., & Rumpfkeil, M. (2016, June). A comparison of CFD methods: Finite Volume Method vs. Lattice Boltzman Method. Presented at the 25th Mixing Conference of the North American Mixing Forum, Quebec City, Canada.

Workshops

  • Altman, A. (2016, January). Active learning experiences. Presented at the Active Learning Workshop, Dayton, OH.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016). Innovation driven sustainable design and manufacturing. Presented at the Workshop for Integrating Curriculum with Entrepreneurial-Mindset (ICE), Melbourne, FL.

Grants

  • Altman, A. (2016 - 2017), Aeroelastic testing using rapid prototyping materials. DAGSI/AFRL, Federal, $63,831.00.
  • Altman, A. (2016 - 2017), Combustion enhancement in high-speed flows. DAGSI/AFRL, State, $59,219.00.
  • Altman, A., & Altman, S. S. (October 2016 - January 2017), Wind tunnel diagnostics and support. AFRL/RQVX, Federal, $340,000.00.
  • Altman, A., & Altman, S. S. (2015 - 2016), Wind tunnel diagnostics and support. AFRL/RQVX, Federal, $400,000.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - EGR 103 spring project. Kettering Health Network, Local, $2,868.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - kitchen devices for individuals with stroke. Kettering Health Network, Local, $9,759.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - vision therapy device. Kettering Health Network, Local, $7,372.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive device design - iPad accessories. Kettering Health Network, Local, $2,705.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E., & Bistrek, L. (2011 - Present), Improving student spatial visualization skills to increase retention and GPA. Procter and Gamble Fund's Higher Education Grant, Private, $6,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. & Ciric, A. (2016 - 2018), Phase II solar-thermal adsorption refrigerator (STAR). U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal, $75,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K., & Kissock, J. K. (2011 - 2017), University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $1,300,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016 - 2017), Sustainability goal setting for the Dayton region. Hanley Sustainability Institute, University of Dayton, $19,750.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016 - 2017), KEEN winter conference travel grant. Kern Family Foundation, Private, $2,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016, spring), Design for environment projects. CROWN Equipment Corporation, Private, $4,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016, fall), Design for environment projects. CROWN Equipment Corporation, Private, $4,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016), Travel grant for invited talk at 5th International Congress on Sustainability Science & Engineering. National Science Foundation, Federal, $1,700.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016), Curriculum sharing with KEEN network. Kern Family Foundation, Private, $3,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2016), Integrated framework for prioritizing the local sustainability pathway. University of Dayton Research Council, University of Dayton, $6,500.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - 2016), Sustainable industrial systems: Course development grant. Hanley Sustainability Institute, University of Dayton, $2,500.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - 2016), Sustainability education and research integration (SERI).Hanley Sustainability Institute, University of Dayton, $22,276.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. & Ciric, A. (2015 - 2016), Solar-thermal adsorption refrigerator (STAR): Phase I. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Federal, $15,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - 2016), KEEN winter conference travel grant. Kern Family Foundation, Private, $2,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - 2016), Program development for the entrepreneurial mindset DfE curriculum design. Kern Family Foundation, Private, $17,991.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - 2016), CNC machine process monitoring, analysis and control. Gosiger Inc, Private, $30,000.00.
  • Ervin, J. S. (2016 - 2018), Thermal management of advanced aircraft new money added to FA8650-16- 2-2605. AFRL, Federal, $607,500.00.
  • Ervin, J. S., Ballal, D., DeWitt, M. J., Zabarnick, S. S., Williams, T. F., & Stouffer, S. D. (2010 - 2016), FA8650-10-2-2934; Fuels and combustion technologies for aerospace propulsion. Air Force Research Laboratories, Federal, $49,500,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), ECT - Surrogate modeling based upon data mining for predicting refrigeration system performance for alternative refrigerants. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $20,667.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), ECT - ProAct data mining - failure analysis. Private, $20,667.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), Commercial kitchen project. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $20,667.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016 - 2017), Transactional control to achieve load sharing / balancing / shifting in light commercial buildings and residences with solar PV and battery storage.Dept. of Energy, Federal, $40,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016), Commercial building auditing program. Dayton Power and Light, Private, $28,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2016), Commercial building auditing program. Vectren Inc., Private, $28,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., Yao, Z., & Brecha, R. J. (2015 - 2016), Energy informatics center. Internal - UD, University of Dayton, $100,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., & Myszka, D. H. (2016), Building energy modeling with open Modelica Buildings library. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $19,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., & Myszka, D. H. (2015 - 2016), Commercial kitchen plug-n-play commercial kitchen design tool. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $16,000.00.
  • Kinney, A. (2016), Are optimization predictions of muscle forces during motion influenced by objective function choice? University of Dayton School of Engineering Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (S.U.R.E.) Program, University of Dayton, $5,000.00.
  • Kinney, A. (2016), The influence of objective function choice on optimization predictions of muscle and knee contact forces during a variety of human motions. University of Dayton Research Council, University of Dayton, $6,500.00.
  • Murray, A., & Myszka, D. (2015-2016). Robotic source capsule loading, welding and inspection. VEGA Americas, $37,926.00 and additional $13,095 tuition support from Graduate Academic Affairs.
  • Murray, A., & Myszka, D. (2012-2017) Variable-geometry dies for polymer extrusion, National Science Foundation, $351,030.00.
  • Myszka, D. (2014-2017). Transient simulation modeling of an ice machine. Emerson Climate Technologies, $56,804.00.
  • Myszka, D. (2015-2017). Simulation model of condensing unit performance. Emerson Climate Technologies, $47,243.00.
  • Pinnell, M. F., Blust, R. P., Balster, E., Bigelow, K. E., Crosson, K. M., Schneider, S. J., & Kinnucan-Welsch, K. A. (2010 - Present), EEC-1009607 - Engineering innovation and design for STEM teachers. NSF, Federal, $499,101.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016 - 2017), Aerospace propulsion outreach program (APOP) 2017. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,200.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016), Multi-fidelity surrogate modeling and optimization. DAGSI, State, $14,969.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016), AFRL subject matter expert. AFOSR, Federal, $17,037.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015 - 2016), STTR Phase II Physics based selection of SLM process parameters to mitigate defects and to control deposit microstructure. NASA, Federal, $81,184.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016), Hypersonic TSP measurements and CFD modeling (extension).Hypersonic branch at WPAFB, Federal, $13,536.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2016), Summer faculty fellowship program 2016. AFOSR, Federal, $16,500.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015 - 2016), Hypersonic TSP measurements and CFD modeling. Hypersonics branch at WPAFB, Federal, $52,593.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015 - 2016), Aerospace propulsion outreach program (APOP) 2016. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,875.00.
  • Yao, Z., Chiasson, A. D., & Hallinan, K. P. (2016), Energy data mining to optimize impact of geothermal heating and cooling. Hanley Sustainability Institute, University of Dayton, University of Dayton, $23,037.40.

Journal Articles

  • Boopathy, K. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2015). A Unified Framework for Training Point Selection and Error Estimation for Surrogate Models. AIAA Journal, 53(1), 215-234.
  • Heyne, J. S., Dooley, S., Serinyel, Z., Dryer, F. L., & Curran, H. (2015). Decomposition studies of isopropanol in a variable pressure flow reactor. Zeitschrift Für Physikalische Chemie. >doi: 10.1515/zpch-2014-0630
  • Johnson, D. J., Ervin, J. S., Hanchak, M. S., Patnaik, S. & Hu, X. (2015). Graphite Foam Infused with Pentaglycerine for Solid-State Thermal Energy Storage. Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, 29.
  • Johnson, D. J., Niedbalski, N., Ervin, J. S. & Patnaik, S. (2015). Ammonium Carbamate-based Heat Exchanger Reactor as an Endothermic Heat Sink for Thermal Management. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 91, 766-776.
  • Li, B., Murray, A. P. & Myszka, D. H. (2015). Improving Techniques in Statically Equivalent Serial Chain Modeling for Center of Mass Estimation. Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics, 7(1).
  • Sander, Z. H., West, Z. J., Ervin, J. S. & Zabarnick, S. S. (2015). Experimental and Modeling Studies of Heat Transfer, Fluid Dynamics, and Autoxidation Chemistry in the Jet Fuel Thermal Oxidation Tester (JFTOT). Energy & Fuels, 29, 7036-7047.
  • Taylor, M. R., Sutton, E. E., Diestelkamp, W. S. & Bigelow, K. E. (2015). Subtle Differences During Posturography Testing Can Influence Postural Sway Results: The Effects of Talking, Time Prior to Data Acquisition, and Visual Fixation. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 31(5), 324-329.
  • Wabick, K., Memon, M., Altman, A., & Buffo, R. (2015). Wingtip vortices from an exergy-based perspective. AIAA Journal of Aircraft, 52(4), 1267-1276. doi: 10.2514/1.C032854.

Papers Published in Conference Proceedings

  • Altman, A. (2015). Closing the Loop on Aircraft Conceptual Sizing using the Merlin Flight Simulator. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
  • Altman, A., Gunasekaran, S. & Granlund, K. (2015). Trends in Early Vortex Formation on a Wall-to-wall Plate in Pure Plunge. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
  • Altman, A., Gunasekaran, S. & OL, M. (2015). Errors in Off-axis Loading of Off-the-shelf 6-Component Force Transducers: A Cautionary Tale. AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting.
  • Boopathy, K. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2015). Robust Optimization of a Wing Under Structural and Material Uncertainties. AIAA.
  • Miller, S., Rumpfkeil, M. & Joo, J. J. (2015). Fluid-Structure Interaction of a Variable Camber Compliant Wing. AIAA.
  • Serrancoli, G., Kinney, A., Fregly, B. J. & Font-Llangunes, J.M. (2015). The influence of neuromusculoskeletal model calibration method on predicted knee contact forces during walking. ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Multibody Dynamics.
  • Tancred, J. & Rumpfkeil, M. (2015). Aerodynamic Response Quantification of Complex Hypersonic Configurations using Variable Fidelity Surrogate Modeling. AIAA.
  • Zientarski, L., Marks, C. R., Altman, A. & Joo, J. J. (2015). Wind Tunnel Testing of Variable Camber Wing with Multiple Load Cell Test Fixture. AIAA: 31st AIAA Aerodynamic Measurement Technology and Ground Testing  Conference, AIAA 2015-3007, in Dallas, Texas.

Technical Report

  • Byrd, L., Ervin, J. S., Hanchak, M. S. & Vangsness, M. D. (2015). An Investigation of the Thermal Resistance of Evaporating Thin Films FY12-FY15. AFOSR Final Laboratory Task Report LRIR 3002AR5P.

Invited Lectures

  • Altman, A. (2015, August). Helpful tips about teaching at the University of Dayton. Presented at the New Faculty Orientation, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Altman, A. (2015, May). How Test Pilots Can Motivate the Next Generation:  University of Dayton Handling Qualities Competition. Presented at the Great Lakes Section Society of Experimental Test Pilots Symposium, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio.
  • Altman, A. (2015, February). Modern Aerodynamics: What Will it Buy You, What Will It Cost You? Presented at the Pub Science, Dayton, Ohio.

Presentations

  • Gunasekaran, S. & Altman, A. (2015, October). Relationship Between Wingtip Vortex and Shear Layer Turbulence Character. Presented at the 11th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium (DESS), Wright State University.
  • Altman, A. (2015, June). Errors in Off-axis Loading of Off-the-Shelf 6-component Force Transducers: A Cautionary Tale. Presented at the Subsonic Aerodynamic Testing Association, Newport News, Virginia.
  • Altman, A. & Qureshi, S. (2015, March). Aerial Firebombing: An Empirical Approach to Determining Drop Patterns. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.
  • Altman, A. & Memon, O. (2015, March). Analysis of Wingtip Vortices through the Lens of Exergy. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.
  • Altman, A. (2015, March). Closing the Loop on Aircraft Conceptual Sizing using the Merlin Flight Simulator. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.
  • Altman, A. & Gunasekaran, S. (2015, March). Errors in Off-axis Loading of Off-the-Shelf 6-component Force Transducers: A Cautionary Tale. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.
  • Altman, A. & Gunasekaran, S. (2015, March). Reducing Aircraft Drag through a New Perspective on the Wingtip Vortex Roll-up Process. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Ponitz Center.
  • Zientarski, L., Marks, C. R., Altman, A. & Joo, J. J. (2015, March). Wind Tunnel Testing of Variable Camber Wing with Multiple Load Cell Test Fixture. Presented at the DCASS, Sinclair Community College Ponitz Center.
  • Taylor, M., Yentes, J., Diestelkamp, W. S., Kinney, A. & Bigelow, K. E. (2015, November). The effect of input parameters on detrended fluctuation analysis of postural control data: data length significantly affects results. Presented at the 11th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, OH.
  • Kuska, E. & Kinney, A. (2015, November). Objective function choice influences muscle force predictions during human walking. Presented at the 11th Annual Dayton Engineering Sciences Symposium, Dayton, Ohio.
  • Serrancoli, G., Kinney, A., Fregly, B. J. & Font-Llangunes, J.M. (2015, September). How do in vivo knee contact force data affect calibration of muscle-tendon model parameter values? Presented at the VI International Conference on Computational Bioengineering, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Kinney, A. & Fregly, B. J. (2015, July). Development of a muscle model parameter calibration method via passive muscle force minimization. Presented at the XXV Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, United Kingdom.
  • Serrancoli, G., Kinney, A., Fregly, B. J. & Font-Llangunes, J.M. (2015, July). Synergy-based two-level optimization for predicting knee contact forces during walking. Presented at the XXV Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Glasgow, United Kingdom.
  • De Groote, F., Kinney, A., Fregly, B. J. & Rao, A. (2015, July). Evaluation of different optimal control problem formulations for solving the muscle redundancy problem. Presented at the XV International Symposium on Computer Simulation in Biomechanics, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
  • Serrancoli, G., Kinney, A., Fregly, B. J. & Font-Llangunes, J.M. (2015, July). The influence of neuromusculoskeletal model calibration method on predicted knee contact forces during walking. Presented at the ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Multibody Dynamics, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Pinnell, M.F., Hart, B., Bistrek, L., & Patterson, E. (2015, April 17-18). Empowering engineering students to engage in middle school classrooms in engineering innovation and design through outreach kits. ASEE NCS conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Pinnell, M.F., Gunasekaren, S., & Berkemeier, G. (2015, April 17-18). Project based learning in an introduction to materials course. ASEE NCS conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Gunasekaren, S., Berkemeier, G, & Pinnell, M.F. (2015, April 17-18). Design of a new lab on three point bend test of a fiber-glass composite. ASEE NCS conference, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. & Tancred, J. (2015, March). Aerodynamic Response Quantification of Complex Hypersonic Configurations using Variable Fidelity Surrogate Modeling. Presented at the 40th AIAA DaytonCincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium (DCASS), Dayton, Ohio.
  • Rumpfkeil, M., Miller, S. & Joo, J. (2015, March). luid-Structure Interaction Applied to a Variable Camber Compliant Wing. Presented at the 40th AIAA DaytonCincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium (DCASS), Dayton, Ohio.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015, March). On Using Steady RANS Simulations For Airfoil Noise Predictions. Presented at the 40th AIAA DaytonCincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium (DCASS), Dayton, Ohio.
  • Altman, A. (2015, August). Active Learning Experiences. Presented at the Active Learning Workshop, Dayton, OH.
  • Jennings, G., Hallinan, K. P. & Randall, I. (2015, October). Consumption (an interactive classroom experience). Presented at the Tri-Teaching Session: Consumption, Art Street, University of Dayton.

 

Sponsored Research

  • Altman, A. & Altman, S. S. (2015 - 2016), Wind Tunnel Diagnostics and Support. AFRL/RQVX, Federal, $240,000.00.
  • Altman, A., and S.S. Altman. Wind tunnel flow diagnostics and test support. AFRL/RQVX, Federal, $198K. (October 2014 - October 2015). 
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive Device Design - EGR 103 Spring Project. Kettering Health Network, Local, $2,868.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive Device Design - Kitchen Devices for Individuals with Stroke. Kettering Health Network, Local, $9,759.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive Device Design - Vision Therapy Device. Kettering Health Network, Local, $7,372.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. (2012 - Present), Assistive Device Design - iPad Accessories. Kettering Health Network, Local, $2,705.00.
  • Bigelow, K. E. & Bistrek, L. (2011 - Present), Improving Student Spatial Visualization Skills to Increase Retention and GPA. Procter and Gamble Fund's Higher Education Grant, Private, $6,000.00.
  • Ervin, J. S. & Chiasson, A. D. (2015), Simulations of A-10 Fuel Tank Heat Transfer. A-10 Aircraft Group Hill AFB and AFRL Fuels Branch, Federal, $60,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - Present), CNC Machine Process Monitoring, Analysis and Control. Gosiger Inc, Private, $30,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2015 - Present), Design for Environment Consulting. Crown Equipment, Private, $4,000.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. (2014 - Present), Travel Grant: NETI – American Society of Engineering Education. University of Dayton, University of Dayton, $3,800.00.
  • Choi, J.-K. & Kissock, J. K. (2011 - 2017), University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center. U.S. Department of Energy, Federal, $1,300,000.00.
  • Ervin, J. S., Ballal, D., DeWitt, M. J., Zabarnick, S. S., Williams, T. F. & Stouffer, S. D. (2010 - 2016), FA8650-10-2-2934; Fuels and Combustion Technologies for Aerospace Propulsion. Air Force Research Laboratories, Federal, $49,500,000.00.
  • Ervin, J. S., Byrd, L., Jones, J., Briones, A. M., Hanchak, M. & Putnam, S. (2011 - 2015), Understanding Evaporation Mechanisms. AFRL/Air Force of Scientific Research, Federal, $600,000.00.
  • Ervin, J. S., Tsao, B.-H., Emo, S. M., Johnson, D. J., Cory, J. R., Tsao, V. (2012 - 2015), Research and Development in Advanced Power and Thermal Management Technologies for Advanced Aircraft. Air Force Research Laboratory, Federal, $7,400,000.00.
  • Ervin, J. S. (2010 - 2015), Fuel Tank Heat Transfer for Jet A Freeze Point Studies. AFRL/ NAVAIR / Defense Logistics Agency, Federal, $1,800,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., Yao, Z. & Brecha, R. J. (2015 - 2016), Energy Informatics Center. Internal - UD, University of Dayton, $100,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. & Myszka, D. H. (2015 - 2016), Commercial Kitchen Plug-n-Play Commercial Kitchen Design Tool. Emerson Climate Technologies, Private, $16,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P. (2015), Commercial Building Energy and Process Assessment Program. Dayton Power and Light / Vectren, Private, $50,000.00.
  • Hallinan, K. P., Pinnell, M. F., Taylor, D. G. & Crosson, K. M. (2009 - 2015), ETHOS Sustainable Engineering Scholars. National Science Foundation, Federal, $650,000.00.
  • Kinney, A. (2015), The influence of optimality criteria on optimization predictions of muscle and knee contact forces during walking. University of Dayton Research Council, University of Dayton, $6,500.00.
  • Kinney, A. (2015), KEEN support for new course development for Introduction to Biomechanics. University of Dayton Visioneering Center, University of Dayton, $13,000.00.
  • Murray, A. P. & Myszka, D. H. (2012 - 2015), Variable Geometry Dies for Polymer Extrusion. National Science Foundation, Federal, $313,830.00.
  • Pinnell, M. F.Blust, R. P.Balster, E.Bigelow, K. E.Crosson, K. M.Schneider, S. J. & Kinnucan-Welsch, K. A. (2010 - Present), EEC-1009607 - Engineering Innovation and Design for STEM Teachers. NSF, Federal, $499,101.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015 - 2016), STTR Phase II “Physics based selection of SLM process parameters to mitigate defects and to control deposit microstructure.”. NASA, Federal, $81,184.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015 - 2016), Hypersonic TSP measurements and CFD modeling. Hypersonics branch at WPAFB, Federal, $52,593.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015 - 2016), Aerospace Propulsion Outreach Program (APOP) 2016. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $14,875.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015), AFRL subject matter expert. AFOSR, Federal, $16,243.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015), Summer Faculty Fellowship Program 2015. AFOSR, Federal, $18,000.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2014 - 2015), Aerospace Propulsion Outreach Program (APOP) 2015. AFRL/RZ, Federal, $10,000.00.
  • Rumpfkeil, M. (2015), KEEN Fellowship for improvement of undergraduate courses. KEEN Network, Private, $11,700.00.

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