Expert in Vibro-Acoustic Modeling and Noise Control of Mechanical and Biomechanical Systems
Expert ID: 728556 Canada
He is skillful in frequency response analysis, modal analysis, structural-acoustic coupling analysis, systematic transfer path analysis, and computational modeling (FEM and BEM) for acoustic noise and vibration problems. He can use these techniques to identify noise sources and develop noise attenuation measures for mechanical and biomechanical systems. He is experienced in sound and vibration measurement, as well as data and signal analysis. He has designed innovative sound absorbers for noise control.
He uses systematic methods to solve acoustic noise and vibration problems. This includes a combination of theoretical analysis, computational modeling, experimental measurement and design for quietness. Using these methods, he has successfully solved various automotive NVH problems, fan noise problems, Expert scanner acoustic noise problems, etc. He is able to use these skills to solve problems in other mechanical and biomechanical systems.
|Year: 2010||Degree: PhD||Subject: Mechanical Engineering||Institution: Queen's University|
|Year: 1996||Degree: MS||Subject: Mechanical Engineering||Institution: Harbin Institute of Technology|
|Year: 1994||Degree: BS||Subject: Mechanical Engineering||Institution: Harbin Engineering University|
|Years: 2007 to 2010||Employer: Queen's University||Title: PhD Candidate and Research Assistant||Department:||Responsibilities: He conducts scientific research and industrial consulting projects in acoustics, noise and vibration for mechanical and biomechanical systems.|
|Years: 2004 to 2006||Employer: General Electric||Title: Application Development Manager||Department:||Responsibilities: He develops engineering applications and business opportunities in acoustics and noise control products for GE materials.|
|Years: 1996 to 2004||Employer: Volkswagen Automotive||Title: Senior Acoustic Engineer||Department:||Responsibilities: He develops targets and plans for automotive NVH development. He acquires, analyzes and interprets vehicle NVH data and performs noise and vibration testing, modeling and analysis. He recommends design modifications according to vehicle and component NVH targets and interfaces with design & release engineers, plant manufacturing engineers and suppliers to implement recommended design modifications.|
Fields of Expertise
acoustic analysis, acoustic measurement, automobile noise control, biomechanical engineering, boundary element modeling, computer modeling, fan noise reduction, finite element modeling, mechanical system, medical equipment, modal analysis, noise control, noise measurement, vibration measurement, vibration modal analysis, vibration modeling, vibration simulation, structural acoustics, sound quality, product sound quality, noise control equipment, appliance noise, acoustic noise abatement, compressor noise control, sound transmission, sound propagation, machine vibration, automobile vibration, acoustic material, industrial acoustic noise measurement, computer-based electronic system simulation, automotive research and development, noise control enclosure, mechanical system vibration, sound measurement standard, sound wave, acoustic noise, machine vibration analysis, transportation noise, soundproofing, physical system modeling, fan noise, compressor noise, biomechanics, absorbent material