Mechanical Engineering

Research and Facilities

Faculty Research Areas Include:

  • Computer Modeling of Manufacturing Processes
  • Analysis and Modeling of Gear Trains
  • Turbomachinery Analysis, Design, and Optimization
  • Rotor-Bearing Dynamics and Diagnostics
  • Tribology and Control of Rotor-Bearing Systems
  • Magnetic Bearings
  • Prediction and Control of Vibrations in Machinery
  • Intelligent System Monitoring
  • Machine Vision and 3D Optical Measurements
  • Gravitational Effects on Two-Phase Flow
  • Spray Evaporative Cooling
  • Enhanced Heat Transfer
  • Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer
  • Unsteady fluid flow/heat transfer
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer
  • Combustion
  • Bio-Based Electroactive Transducers
  • Control Theory
  • Control for Aerospace Propulsion
  • Robust Nonlinear Control
  • Modeling and Control of Mechatronic Systems
  • Advanced power cycle systems
  • Aircraft power transmission systems
  • Robotics and reliability
  • Multi-disciplinary system design techniques
  • Self-diagnostic sensors

Current faculty information can be located on the Cleveland State University Faculty Profile page.