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Figure 9. Tools for In -Service Performance Monitoring and Condition Assessment using Advanced Sensor Networks.
Incorporating Sensor Networks for... Continued from page 11
Funding for the research and development activities are secured from public agencies and private industry, including: the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), the Syracuse Center of Excellence Collaborative Activities for Research and Technology Innovation (CARTI), the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), General Motors Powertrain (GMPT), John Deere, Cooper Crouse-Hinds (CCH), General Electric (GE), and Atkins Global. More information can be found on Professor Janoyan's webpage. www.clarkson.edu/~kerop and at the LIITT webpage www.clarkson.edu/projects/liitt.
United Materials*, Corning*, IBM*, Xerox*, Procter and Gamble, BASF
ASPT, ATMI, Bausch & Lomb, Dow Electronic Materials, EBARA Technologies Incorporated, Endicott Interconnect Technologies, Inc.*, MIPOX, Otis Technology, Inc.*, Saint Gobain Industrial Ceramics, SI Group*
Alcoa*, American National Can, Beckman-Coulter, Bristol-Myers*, Coulter, Crest Ultrasonics, Degussa-Hüls*, DuPont*, Eastman Chemical*, General Electric Corporate Research & Development*, IIMAK*, Intel, Lockheed-Martin, NanoSystems*, SC Johnson, Seagate, Semiconductor Research Center (SRC), Solid State Equipment Corporation
New York State Foundation for Science, Technology, and Innovation (NYSTAR), Department of Defense, Department of Energy, National Science Foundation, New York State Energy, Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
* New York State
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CAMP Professor Yongming Liu Models Probabilistic Multi-Scale Fatigue Damage of Metals
Professor Yongming Liu, in Clarkson's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is investigating the fatigue damage prognosis of materials and structures. This topic is still a challenging problem despite tremendous progress made during the past several decades. Fatigue damage accumulation is a multi-scale phenomenon, which involves very different spatial and temporal scales. In addition, huge uncertainties are associated with the fatigue damage accumulation. The development of a general methodology for probabilistic multi-scale fatigue damage modeling would significantly enhance the nation's aviation safety, the infrastructure risk assessment and the rulemaking of governmental authorities. Professor Liu is currently leading several projects related to probabilistic fatigue damage prognosis of materials and structures. These projects focus on the different metallic material systems and different structural applications, which are funded by various governmental agencies, such as the NASA Ames Research Center, the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Science Foundation, and the NAVY-NAVAIR (through GEM, Inc.).