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MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT | WASHKEWICZ COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING

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TNayfeh

Professor

Ph.D., Industrial and Manufacturing
Systems Engineering , 1993

Virginia Tech

Patents

  • US Patent # 8,347,944: Nano-Engineered, Ultra-Conductive Nanocomposite Copper Wire.
  • US Patent # 20090171477: Laser Generated Synthetic Mega Scale Aperture for Solar Energy Concentration and Harnessing.

Campus Location:

Fenn Hall
Room 235
1960 East 24th St
Cleveland, OH 44114

 

 

Contact Information:

Tel: (216) 687-6967
Email:t.nayfeh@csuohio.edu
 

Education

Ph.D., Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech
M.S., Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech
B.S., Physics/Engineering Mechanics, Virginia Tech

Research Interests

Nanocomposite metals, Manufacturing Systems, sensors and industrial process control.

Industrial Automation, Manufacturing Process Control, Sensors and Sensor Physics, Nondestructive Evaluation and Testing

Selected Publications

Multi-functional Ultrasonic Sensor for On-line Tool Condition Monitoring in Turning Operations, Journal of Material Evaluation, Vol. 56. N0 3. Pp. 443-448. March 1998. (with Abu-Zahra, N. H.)

On-line Ultrasonic Tool Chipping Detection During Turning Operations, Journal of Engineering Design and Automation, Vol. 3. No. 3. Pp. 245-254. 1997. (with Abu-Zahra, N. H.)

Calibrated Method for Ultrasonic On-line Monitoring of Gradual Wear During Turning Operations, International Journal of Machine Tool and Manufacture, Vol. 37. No. 10. Pp. 1475-1484, 1997.

An Integrated Ultrasonic Sensor for Monitoring Gradual Wear During Turning Operations, International Journal of Machine Tool and Manufacture, Vol. 35. No. 10. Pp1385-1395. 1995.(with Eyada, O. K., J. C. Duke, Jr.)

An Optical System for Three-dimensional Motion Measurement, Proceedings, IEEE Southeast Conference April 1-4, 1990. PP 670-678. (with Colbert, M. A., Nayfeh, A. H., McKeeman, J. C.)

The Fluid Compensated Cement Bond Log, Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Formation Evaluation, August 1986. PP 88-93.(with Wheelis, W. B., Leslie, W. D.,)