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ASME 2017

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL CONFERENCES & COMPUTERS AND
INFORMATION IN ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE
August 6–9, 2017

Cleveland, Ohio

Program

19TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES (AVT)
37TH COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION IN ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (CIE)
43ND DESIGN AUTOMATION CONFERENCE (DAC)
14TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DESIGN EDUCATION (DEC)
22ND DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND THE LIFE CYCLE CONFERENCE (DFMLC)
29TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DESIGN THEORY AND METHODOLOGY (DTM)
13TH ASME/IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONIC & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS & APPLICATIONS (MESA)
41ST MECHANISMS AND ROBOTICS CONFERENCE (MR)
11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO- AND NANOSYSTEMS (MNS)
13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIBODY SYSTEMS, NONLINEAR DYNAMICS, AND CONTROL (MSNDC)
ASME 2017 2017 ASME INTERNATIONAL POWER TRANSMISSION AND GEARING CONFERENCE (PTG)

INTERNATIONAL DESIGN ENGINEERING 29TH CONFERENCE ON MECHANICAL VIBRATION AND NOISE (VIB)
10TH FRONTIERS IN BIOMEDICAL DEVICES (BIOMED)
TECHNICAL CONFERENCES & COMPUTERS AND
INFORMATION IN ENGINEERING CONFERENCE
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IDETC/CIE 2017 Chairs’ Welcome
See you in 2018!
IDETC/CIE 2018
IDETC/CIE/

We are pleased to welcome everyone to the 2017 ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Information in Engineering
Conference (IDETC/CIE) in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, August 6-9, 2017. This flagship meeting for the ASME Design Engineering Division and the

August 26–29, 2018
Computers and Information in Engineering Division consists of the following 13 conferences:

• 19th International Conference on Advanced Vehicle Technologies (AVT)

• 37th Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (CIE)

• 43rd Design Automation Conference (DAC)

• 14th International Conference on Design Education (DEC)

• 22nd Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle Conference (DFMLC)

QUEBEC CITY, CANADA
• 29th International Conference on Design Theory and Methodology (DTM)

• 13th ASME/IEEE International Conference on Mechatronic & Embedded Systems & Applications (MESA)

• 41st Mechanisms and Robotics Conference (MR)

• 11th International Conference on Micro- and Nanosystems (MNS)

• 13th International Conference on Multibody Systems, Nonlinear Dynamics, and Control (MSNDC)

• 2017 ASME International Power Transmission and Gearing Conference (PTG)

• 29th Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise (VIB)

• 10th Frontiers in Biomedical Devices (BIOMED)

Drawing largely from more than 1,100 abstracts submitted, the conference will encompass over 900 presentations, of which 780 are scheduled to
be published post conference. This year’s program will cover a wide range of session topics, complemented by plenary and keynote lectures,
lively panel discussions, industry sessions, and informational tutorials and workshops addressing a rich spectrum of cutting-edge topics related to
design, analysis, computation, and academic/professional success. IDETC/CIE will serve as a unique forum for sharing knowledge as well as for
networking within academia, government, funding agencies, and industry.

A successful technical program depends on the many volunteers who serve as conference and program chairs, symposium and session chairs,
and other organizational roles, as well as those who fill committee leadership positions, not to mention the authors and reviewers. We would like
to warmly thank all who contributed to the success of this event, and give particular thanks to ASME staff whose hard work behind the scenes is
greatly appreciated.

In addition to the excellent technical program, IDETC/CIE 2017 will offer a rich social program which features a reception in the Rock & Roll Hall of
Fame.

We hope you will enjoy IDETC/CIE and your stay in Cleveland and that you find the experience rewarding.

ASME 2018
General Co-Chair General Co-Chair Technical Program Co-Chair Technical Program Co-Chair
Dumitru Caruntu Bogdan Epureanu Stefano Lenci Matthew Brake
INTERNATIONAL DESIGN ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL CONFERENCES &
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Contents
IDETC/CIE/

WELCOME LETTER...............................INSIDE FRONT COVER

GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................4

FOOD FUNCTIONS & NETWORKING ACTIVITIES................6

SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS .........................................................7

CONFERENCE CHAIRS WELCOME LETTERS ........................8

KEYNOTE SESSIONS..................................................................22

PANEL SESSIONS........................................................................32

SPECIAL SESSIONS ....................................................................38

COMPETITIONS & POSTER SESSIONS .................................44

WORKSHOPS & TUTORIALS ....................................................45

AWARDS ........................................................................................50

COMMITTEE MEETINGS............................................................55

TECHNICAL SESSIONS .............................................................56

AUTHORS INDEX .......................................................................146

SYMPOSIUM ORGANIZERS ....................................................165

DIVISION LEADERSHIP..............................................................171

ASME OFFICERS AND STAFF ..................................................171

CONFERENCE ADS ...................................................................172

FLOOR PLANS.............................................................................174

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ago and eventually landed in a forested area with the Cuyahoga River on one side and Lake Erie on another. please visit the registration area HAVE QUESTIONS and ask to speak with a conference representative. be sure to enjoy Cleveland’s world-class experiences without the world-class ego.500 masterpieces displayed at the Cleveland Museum of Art.000 members in 151 countries. a town where you can browse modern art inside a turn-of-the-century transformer station.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:38 PM Page 4 General Information IDETC/CIE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ASME is a not-for-profit membership organization that enables collaboration. presentations.) Cleveland isn’t a place for people who follow the herd. as the “Machine Design Division”. hear the orchestra perform live inside the local hot dog joint and immerse yourself in the James Beard award winning cuisine. Advance notice may be required for certain requests. knowledge sharing. The Computers and Information in Engineering Division (CIE) covers a broad spectrum of resources relating directly to the use of computers. it is for those who know how to have a good time. (The “a” disappeared later. evolution. toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. nerd out among legendary artifacts like Michael Jackson’s glove. software and information management in engineering by providing a forum for understanding the application of emerging technologies that impact critical engineering issues of representation. “Yes. ABOUT THE MEETING? If you have any questions or need CLEVELAND assistance. No matter what you do. in 1796. ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 140. REGISTRANTS WITH DISABILITIES Whenever possible. and design of machinery and products. product design and product development. computing methods. He thought. The objectives and function of this division are to promote the art and science of mechanical engineering design in the conception. at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or admire the 4. ventured west along Lake Erie many years will be located at the registration area. For on-site assistance. The Design Engineering Division (DED) was founded in 1945. management and integration of information throughout the entire engineering product and process life-cycle. It’s what happens when grit meets sophistication. an ASME representative A guy named Moses Cleaveland. we are pleased to make arrangements for registrants with disabilities. this would make a great place for a city!” And so. and skills development across all engineering disciplines. The division ? encourages and provides a forum for the interchange of ideas relative to design engineering through publications. Cleveland was officially born. technical conferences and awards for outstanding achievement by individuals in the field of design engineering. a surveyor from Connecticut. discussion of technical papers. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists. While you’re here. part of the General Engineering Department of ASME. 4 . career enrichment. as well as mechanical design aspects of other phases of engineering. exchange.

ASME has secured a block of sleeping rooms at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown which is adjacent to the convention center. An LCD projector and screen will be available for authors to practice their presentations. NAME BADGES Please wear your name badge at all times. On Site hours of Room 2 located on the Concourse Level will serve as the author practice room from 7:00am–5:00pm on operation are: Monday and Tuesday and from 7:00am–3:00pm on Wednesday. Your badge also provides a helpful introduction to other attendees. you must purchase an additional ticket accordingly. receptions and awards luncheons will be confirmed by tickets included in your registration packets. August 6 7:00am–6:00pm Monday. August 8 8:00am–6:00pm Wednesday. For questions regarding any possible ticketed items. you can ask a conference representative located in the registration area. Admission to all conference functions will be approved by either a code on your badge or a ticket. August 7 7:00am–6:00pm Tuesday. Papers that are not presented on-site in Cleveland will be removed and not be published. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Registered attendees will receive an email from ASME Publications prior to the start of the conference. OH 44113. This email includes a link to the online access for all scheduled presentations for IDETC/CIE. located at 300 W Lakeside Avenue Cleveland. Sunday. TICKETED FUNCTIONS Access to workshops. August 9 8:00am–3:00pm 5 . The official 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference proceedings will be produced at the conclusion of the conference. tutorials.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:38 PM Page 5 General Information IDETC/CIE HOTEL / CONVENTION CENTER All conference activities for this year’s IDETC/CIE will be held in the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. tutorials or committee meetings. If you wish to bring a guest to an awards luncheon or reception. REGISTRATION AUTHORS PRACTICE ROOM Registration will be located on the Exhibit level. workshops. Guests are NOT permitted to attend technical sessions.

JUMP START your Conference Experience and Expand Your Professional COFFEE BREAKS Network! Join the ECE Programming Committee for a special 1 ½ hour networking experience of fun and socializing! Make new connections with All coffee breaks will take place according to the follow schedule: other early career engineers sharing similar interests and/or catch-up with old friends to renew your friendships. 5:40pm–7:00pm Additional or Guest Tickets may be purchased for $50 Location: Grand Ballroom A&B or B&C Badges Required.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:38 PM Page 6 Food Functions & Networking Activities IDETC/CIE BREAKFASTS RECEPTIONS FUTURE-ME SOCIAL MEETUP FEATURING BEST PRACTICES FOR Please join our sponsors. recognizes and archives the history of the best-known and most influential additional tickets may be purchased at the registration desk. August 9 9:40am–10:00am 2:55pm–3:10pm Lakeside Ave. Included in each Full Conference Registration. conference organizers and division leadership NETWORKING each morning at 7:00am near the “Registration Foyer” for lite refreshments. and other notable figures who have had COMPUTERS & INFORMATION IN ENGINEERING (CIE) AWARDS some major influence on the development of rock and roll. 12:00pm–2:00pm After a busy day of attending technical presentations. Exercise your creativity in a team setting to win a gift card so that you can continue Additional or Guest Tickets may be purchased for $50 your conversations over dinner. Refreshments will be provided and prizes are graciously sponsored by ASME’s Design Engineering Division. 12:00pm–2:00pm STUDENT NETWORKING SOCIAL AND TEAM DESIGN Location: Grand Ballroom B COMPETITION Tickets Required. programs and Sunday. Network with you fellow attendees and discuss new ideas. Location: Room 26 A&B Badges Required. Attendees have pre-selected a specific luncheon during the of Lake Erie in downtown Cleveland. This year’s LUNCHEON reception will also include live music from Ohio’s very own Roxxymoron. 5:30pm–7:00pm activities. AWARDS LUNCHEONS Additional or Guest Tickets may be purchased for $75. Located on the shore Registration. Monday. *One Division Awards Luncheon is included in each Full Conference Enjoy yourself at this year’s Conference Reception. For those who would like to attend both luncheons. Tuesday. while engaging in a 30 minute competitive design experience. entrance of convention center at 6:15pm Tickets Required. The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame registration process. DESIGN ENGINEERING DIVISION (DED) AWARDS LUNCHEON This function is for student attendees only. engineers. August 8 9:00am–10:00am 3:40pm–4:00pm CONFERENCE RECEPTION AT THE ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME 10:50am–11:00am Monday at 7:00pm–9:00pm Busses will begin departing from the Wednesday. August 7 9:00am–10:00am 3:40pm–4:00pm 10:50am–11:00am Tuesday. producers. 6 . Monday. Morning Breaks Afternoon Breaks See page 38 for full details. Guests not permitted. Meet old and new friends Tickets Required. Guests not permitted. please join us for Location: Grand Ballroom B&C the Student Mixer and Team Design Competition. Guests not permitted. Badges Required. artists. Tuesday.

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Giorgio Previati. and connected vehicles are included also in the technical spectrum of topics addressed by the VDC. Cristian Mede.” Two awards with $500 cash prizes each are selected based on peer reviews and award committee’s ranking from the paper submissions in this year’s conference for the AVT Conference Best Paper and Best Student Paper. This year. This year’s winners of the 2017 AVT Conference Best Paper and Best Student Paper Awards are. the VDC is especially honored to host Mr. This year. and validation. “A Semi-Analytical Tire Model for the Study of Tire/Rim Interaction on a Road Vehicle. With the ever increasing demands on driving safety and autonomy. vehicle design and development.” by Alberto Doria. and Gianpiero Mastinu. and IDETC2017-67301. subsystems. We sincerely appreciate the time and services of these symposium organizers. and Frederico Moro. The VDC is pleased to welcome you to the 19th International Conference on Advanced Vehicle Technologies (AVT) held as part of the 2017 ASME-IDETC/CIE. light vehicle and weight reduction. and design of full vehicle systems. We hope you all enjoy this year’s AVT Conference! Chair Program Chair Program Co-Chair Lei Zuo Schalk Els Alan Mayton Virginia Tech University of Pretoria National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 8 . Alvise Maschio. vehicle safety and ergonomics. "Improvement of Harvesters for Tires by Means of Multi-Physics Simulation. modeling. he will present: “Cyber-Proving-Ground for Intelligent Vehicles on Driving Simulator. We are also pleased to have Professor Xin Guan of Jilin University. Daniele Desideri. respectively: IDETC2017-67730.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 8 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 19TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES (AVT) The Vehicle Design Committee (VDC) promotes innovative analytical. Massimiliano Gobbi. military and commercial ground vehicle development.” by Federico Ballo. Martin Jones. advanced driver assistance systems. Motorsport Market Manager of Moog Industrial Group. the AVT conference will consist of 5 symposia for a total of seven sessions in the areas of: vehicle systems dynamics and control. As the AVT Keynote Speaker. control. who holds several key positions in the automotive sector of China including Vice President of the SAE of China and is Director of the Automotive Dynamics Branch of the National Automobile Standardization Committee. Our members perform fundamental and applied research. His lecture is entitled: “Tracing the Origins of the Automated ‘fly-by-wire’ Technology Used in Contemporary Formula 1 Cars”. the human- vehicle interaction. and implement technology for light/heavy vehicle design. computational. and components. in the UK for the William Milliken Lecture. vehicle electrification and powertrain. and experimental investigations in the dynamics.

This conference provides a forum for researchers. This conference is a premier formal for international exchange of technical. Chair • Virtual Environments and Systems (VES) o John Stueben. Vice Chair o Ashis Banerjee.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 9 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 37TH COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION IN ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (CIE) The Computers and Information in Engineering Division of ASME welcomes all IDETC/CIE Conference participants to the 37th Annual Computers and Information in Engineering Conference (CIE). Please contact the TC chair or vice chair or feel free to attend the TC committee meeting which will be held 6:00–7:00pm Tuesday evening. and students from industry. and government research labs to share their latest findings and challenges with the broader research community. Room locations are announced in the program. 9 (Continued on next page) . • CIE Panel: From a Researcher/Technology Developer to an Usage of VR and Tools for Design Engineering Advanced Technology Visionary/Facilitator – A Perspective • AMS Panel: Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace. and build a sustainable research community. academe. Chair o David Jensen. we have organized five panels of leading experts in their respective fields to provide discussions and forums for current topics of relevance: • VES Panel: Advancement in Digital Technology Systems. and application knowledge related to the theory and practice of computing to support engineering activities. as well as a poster session for graduate students to afford them the opportunity to present their current work to the research community and get their feedback on Tuesday Afternoon. The conference organizing team is pleased to report that there are 103 accepted papers from 136 submitted full papers. Information and Knowledge Management • SEIKM: Design Informatics (SEIKM) General • SEIKM: Knowledge Capture. Defense and • CIE Panel: Manufacturing Today Automotive Industries: Status and Promises • SEIKM Panel: Smart and Connected Vehicles – Coming Soon to a Place Near You! We are also delighted to offer an Industry Presentation session entitled Computer and Information Technology Trends. Vice Chair We welcome conference participants to become involved with our technical committees. Vice Chair • Computer Aided Product and Process Design (CAPPD) o Chi Zhou. practitioners. As such. foster collaborations. and Management • AMS: Simulation in Advanced Manufacturing • SEIKM: Systems Engineering • AMS: Uncertainty Quantification in Simulation and Model Verification • SEIKM: Smart Manufacturing Infomatics & Validation • VES: Methods. so please feel free to stop by and talk with our future colleagues. A total of 95 papers • Advanced Modeling and Simulation (AMS) General • CAPPD: Emotional Engineering • Computer-Aided Product and Process Development (CAPPD) • CAPPD: Human Modeling: Methods and Applications in Engineering General • Design for Resilience and Failure Recovery (with Design Automation • Virtual Environments and System (VES) General Conference) • Systems Engineering. The graduate student posters also will be on display throughout the conference. Processes and Strategies • AMS: Computational Multiphysics Applications • AMS/SEIKM/CAPPD: Design. Chair o Pramita Mitra. These meetings will be immediately followed by the CIE Division meeting which is also an open meeting. scientific. Chair (SEIKM) o Krishnanand Kaipa. this broad conference is organized around the four Technical Committees of the CIE Division: • Advanced Modeling and Simulation (AMS) • Systems Engineering and Information Knowledge Management o Seung Ki Moon. Simulation and Optimization for Additive Manufacturing were ultimately submitted and accepted which are organized into 15 symposiums consisting of 25 total sessions: Additionally. educators. Vice Chair o Robert Wendrich. Reuse.

He has prepared a fascinating talk on Data. As always. Dr. Analytics. service. August 7 at 11:00am immediately before the CIE luncheon. It is impressive to note that well over 400 reviews were submitted this year. all participants are encouraged to join the technical committees and the Division meetings on Tuesday evening. Berkooz is the Chief Data and Analytics Officer for Acorns. Chair Program Chair Ian Grosse Cameron Turner University of Massachusetts Clemson University 10 . we will hold our annual awards luncheon at which we will present the conference best paper awards and the Division research. On Monday afternoon. We welcome you to the 37th Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. lifetime achievement. and best dissertation awards. whose mission is to make Americans financially empowered by financial literacy. saving. Our community will continue to grow and flourish with your active participation as we work to define our future vision this coming year. and Internet of Things: the perfect storm and some Grand Challenges.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 10 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE We are pleased to offer Dr Gahl Berkooz as the CIE keynote speaker on Monday. leadership. We would like to thank all the authors for submitting papers to share their work. and investing. We would like to thank the reviewers for providing valuable feedback to help improve the reporting and the quality of the conference and the session chairs and co-chairs that worked on coordinating the paper review process.

please join us for our DAC committee meeting on Tuesday evening. focusing on the engineering design challenges associated with data-driven design and design analytics. Andrew Olewnik. Kristi Shea. Jitesh Panchal. Christopher Mattson.” by T. we will be hosting a keynote symposium under the theme “Data-Driven Design. Katie Whitefoot. Seung-Kyum Choi. Lohan and mechanical Behavior of AA5083 Al-Alloy During Hot Rolling J. Diego Andrade. J. Charlotte deVries. Also. Jie Zhang On behalf of the entire DAC community. this year’s winner is DETC2017-67643: “Bayesian Network Structure Optimization for Improved Design Space Mapping for Design Exploration with Materials Design Applications. From the accepted papers. Nita Yodo. Carolyn Seepersad. Christopher Williams. Chen (DAC 16-1) P. G. Bryony DuPont. Mark Bryden.” by • DETC2017-68309: “Modeling Shear Performance of High-Speed H.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 11 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 43RD DESIGN AUTOMATION CONFERENCE (DAC) Welcome to the 43rd ASME Design Automation Conference (DAC)! The DAC technical program spans the breadth and depth of design automation research. Matt Campbell. Shikui Chen. Abdolsamadi and G. Tim Simpson.” by Conner Sharpe. Wang (DAC 8-2) Authors from our community will present these and many other excellent papers throughout the conference. Chris Hoyle. Guang Dong. Souma Chowdhury. Amy Bilton. the symposium will feature internationally recognized keynote speakers in a mix of seminars and lightning talks. Ritesh Khire. In addition to our technical sessions. Chao Hu. Benjamin Goldsberry. Cameron Turner. Pingfeng Wang. nine were identified as “Papers of Distinction. Deshmukh. Horea Ilies. Chair Program Chair 11 Harrison Kim Christopher Mattson University of Illinois Brigham Young University . 113 papers in 19 active research areas were accepted this year to the conference (approximate acceptance rate of 73%). Paul Grogan.” These papers of distinction (excluding the paper that won the Best Paper Award) are listed below (ordered by paper number and including the assigned session): • DETC2017-67319: “Design of a Reconfigurable Dynamic Testbed • DETC2017-68173: “Exploration of Solution Space to Study Thermo- for Co-Design Method Validation. Saigopal Necaturi. Mistree (DAC 19-2) marking with Commonality and Variety Indices.” by S. Cho and K. R. Matt Parkinson. Andres Tovar. Simpson • DETC2017-68302: “A Design Methodology for a Flexible Wind (DAC 17-1) Turbine Blade with an Actively Variable Twist Distribution to Increase • DETC2017-67909: “Iterative Most Probable Point Search Method Region 2 Efficiency. Christopher Vermillion. Erin Macdonald.” by A. Po Ting Lin. K. Jesse Austin-Breneman. Rahul Renu. Carolyn Seepersad and Michael Haberman (DAC 11-1). Daniel Selva. James Guest. Chan.” by A. we will feature a warm dinner buffet during our meeting. Yan Wang. John Hall. Y. Ardham. After a rigorous peer review process. Zhimin Xi.” by S. We are particularly grateful to all session organizers and paper review coordinators: James Allison. we welcome you to Cleveland and another enjoyable and thought-provoking Design Automation Conference. Zissimos Mourelatos. Tao. This year. Scott Ferguson. Conrad Tucker. Julian Norato. Babak Heydari. so please do not make any other dinner plans! We look forward to having our community come together. Wei Chen. Siripurapu and A. Goh. Nellippallil. Kemper Lewis. Ali Mehmani. meet old friends and make new ones. Krishna Vijayaragharan. Yang.” by H. Seung Ki Moon. Wentao Fu. Georges Fadel. Zhen Hu. Xiaoping Du. Nordica MacCarthy.” Co-organized by Kemper Lewis and Scott Ferguson. Luscher • DETC2017-67976: “Enhanced Gaussian Process Metamodeling (DAC 11-2) and Collaborative Optimization for Vehicle Suspension Design • DETC2017-68373: “Concept Drift and Evolution Detection in Fusion Optimization. We encourage you to support your colleagues by attending the presentations and joining in the discourse! Last. R. Clinton Morris. and F. Beshoy Morkos. Choi (DAC 19-1) Ridged Nail In Aluminum Joints. Bostanabad. Allen • DETC2017-67500: “Product Family and Product Platfrom Bench. Meingast and W. Ikjin Lee. but surely not least: organizing the conference requires the assistance of a number of individuals. Hall (DAC 5-1) for Problems with Mixture of Random and Interval Variables. Allison (DAC 2-1) Process. Mian Li. S.” by A. D. Diagnosis With Evolving Data Streams. Shukla. We will also be presenting the Ford Best Paper Award of the DAC at the beginning of the symposium. Hongyi Xu. H. Matt Lynch. Nathan Johnson. Nejadkhaki and J. Shintani. followed by an interactive Q&A session.

and (3) creating places. and media convergences. please check the Technical Program for the location.67339 “Quantifying the Mismatch Between Course Content and Students’ Dialogue in Online Learning Environments” by Sunghoon Lim. Our meeting is streamlined to respect members’ participation on other committees. Our first keynote presentation is by Dr.” She will present various funding opportunities to support STEM education projects offered through the Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF). Kathryn Jablokow and Bart Pursel. We also give our sincerest thanks to all the reviewers of technical papers. where we present many of the DEC Awards and plan for next year’s conference. She will speak on “Overview of Undergraduate STEM Education Research and Related NSF Funding Opportunities. It is scheduled at 2:00pm on Tuesday. Sunand Bhattacharya from Autodesk.” “Evaluations and Assessment in Design Education. Crosby an NSF/DUE Program Director.” This year’s DEC Program consists of four technical sessions. (2) infinite computing. The keynote will be Tuesday morning at 9:10am. use.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 12 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 14TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DESIGN EDUCATION (DEC) On behalf of the Design Education Committee we welcome you to the 14th annual International Conference on Design Education. We have three special events this year. make. Inc. She will also culminate with helpful hints and fatal flaws to consider when developing proposals. The DEC technical committee meeting will be held on Tuesday. Daniela Fass and Zahra Shahbazi.” “Research Methods in Design Education. He will talk about the importance of successful integration of this curricular effort into disciplines of engineering and design for bridging the gap between education and industry expectations. which has been designed for you to have a successful and useful conference in Cleveland.” and “Fabrication and Making Things in Design Education. Zhenghui Sha. This year we received 23 submissions.” This panel will examine maker spaces as a learning environment and how they are integrated across the fabrication continuum at universities. Anne Lucietto. Our second keynote presentation is by Dr. Our third special event is a panel session organized by Dr. The emphasis of DEC’s technical sessions is on “Design Education in the Undergraduate Curriculum. at 4:00pm. they have insured the quality of this year’s conference. We welcome you to ASME’s 14th International Conference on Design Education. please check the Technical Program for the location. Beshoy Morkos. Zahed Siddique. We extend special appreciation to our technical session Review Coordinators: Janet Allen. He will present “Radical Collaboration by Design in Engineering Education. The acceptance rate is about 85%. August 8.” He is planning to discuss the future of making and learning things which exists at the nexus of (1) design. August 8. practitioners and researchers. things. This presentation is scheduled for Monday morning at 11:00am. Tucker. Karen E. please check the Technical Program for the location. digital manufacturing. Conrad S. Refer to the conference Technical Program for the times and locations for the sessions. Chair Program Chair Zahra Shahbazi Daniela Faas Manhattan College Olin College of Engineering 12 . and internet of things. Daniela Faas on “To Be a Makerspace or Not to be: Panel on Maker Space and Machine Shop Synergies. Everyone is welcome to attend. The panel will address questions such as “Can traditional shops and maker spaces mutually co-exist?” and “What is the maker space beyond making?” The panel session will be Monday at 4:00pm. A Best Paper has been selected for the 2017 DEC Conference: it is DETC2017. The focus of this conference is on design education among educators.

We invite the IDETC community to attend the awards ceremony to congratulate the award recipients and to participate in the technical committee meeting. Jesse Austin-Breneman.” He will discuss the changing societal priorities and the typical supporting infrastructure that seeks to influence and support new research work. OH! Chair Program Chair Qing Wang Sara Behdad Durham University University at Buffalo 13 . Fu Zhao. Gul Kremer. Wentao Fu. Amin Mirkouei. Marcos Esterman. Yayue Pan. On behalf of the entire DFMLC community. as follows: • Sustainable Design and Manufacturing (two sessions) • Design of Sustainable Energy Systems • Life Cycle Decision-Making (two sessions) • Engineering for Global Development • Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (two sessions) • NSF Workshop • Design for Sustainable Additive Manufacturing • Special Session: Lightning Talks on the Sustainable Design Frontier • Emerging Design for X (Quality. Qing Wang. Cost. Devarajan Ramanujan. Cassandra Telenko. Professor of Design and Manufacturing in Glasgow Caledonian University. Romain Farel. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).D. Harrison. and Hao Zheng. David K. Jun-Ki Choi. the paper reviewers for sharing their time and expertise.K. On Wednesday morning. practitioners. Yaoyao Fiona Zhao. On Tuesday afternoon. The ASME Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle Conference is the main international forum for the exchange of technical and scientific information on the theory and practice of Integrated Product and Process Development. and the paper review coordinators/ co-coordinators for managing the papers through the review process: Ryo Amano. the Kos Ishii-Toshiba and best paper awards will be presented during the DFMLC technical committee meeting. and Design for X (DFX) Methods. two DFMLC sessions will feature an NSF workshop on proposal writing for senior Ph. Jeremy Rickli. Maintainability) • Student Poster Competition: Data-Driven X for the Life Cycle • Conceptual Design and Manufacturing Analysis We would like to thank all the authors for submitting papers. Ashwani Gupta. Sustainable Design and Manufacturing. we will have a keynote presentation by Dr. who will speak on “Sustaining Small Scale Research over the Long Term. Qingjin Peng. This conference provides a forum for researchers.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 13 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 22ND DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING AND THE LIFE CYCLE CONFERENCE (DFMLC) The Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle Committee in the Design Engineering Division of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers welcomes IDETC participants to the 22nd Annual Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle (DFMLC) Conference. and educators from academia. students and early career researchers. William Bernstein. U. and the session chairs/ co-chairs for their participation. We have a special session on “Lightning Talks on the Sustainable Design Frontier” on Monday afternoon. Deborah Thurston. Sara Behdad. Reliability. We also have a Student Poster Competition on “Data-Driven X for the Life Cycle” on Tuesday morning. Your participation and hard work have made DFMLC a successful conference! This year. one special session. Special thanks go to the DFMLC Special Session Chair. William Bernstein. government organizations and industry to share their latest results and challenges with the research community. and one student poster competition session. Karl Haapala. as well as one workshop session. We are happy to report that this conference continues to feature many new and exciting results and methods to be presented as part of the conference technical sessions. This year’s DFMLC conference includes 49 technical papers in 11 sessions. we welcome you to the 22nd Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle Conference in Cleveland.

Jon Cagan. Christine Toh. or short “lightning talks”. Deborah Thurston. Douglas Van Bossuyt. • IDETC2017-68127: The Design of the Crowd: Organizing Mass Collaboration Efforts by Zachary Ball and Kemper Lewis. On Wednesday at 1:15pm. Oltețeanu and L. Li Shu. Milad Mohammadi Darani. Ohio and the 29th International Conference on Design Theory and Methodology! Chair Program Chair 14 Greg Mocko Maria Yang Clemson University MIT . There were 74 full length technical papers submitted to the DTM Conference for peer review. and to apply them in an engineering context. The paper review process is essential to the success of the conference. of which 46 were selected for publication in the conference proceedings. and Barry Kudrowitz. we invite you to participate in the DTM Technical Committee Meeting on Tuesday evening. These technical presentations will not appear in the proceedings. This year. • IDETC2017-67369: Product Performance Evolution Prediction by Lotka-Volterra Equations by Guanglu Zhang. but the committee selected IDETC2017-67369 Product Performance Evolution Prediction by Lotka-Volterra Equations by Guanglu Zhang. Noe Vargas Hernandez.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 14 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 29TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DESIGN THEORY AND METHODOLOGY (DTM) On behalf of the ASME Design Theory and Methodology Committee. this peer review process was successfully managed by several DTM Review Coordinators: Alice Agogino. We sincerely appreciate the time and effort these individuals contributed to maintaining the high quality of this DTM conference. and Kristin Wood. so the only opportunity to learn about them will be during this session. Finally. and Venkatesh Shankar. This year. We welcome you to Cleveland. Luke Bromback. Alice Agogino. Marco Aurisicchio. and Venkatesh Shankar as the DTM Best Paper. Julie Linsey. Daniel A. The Best Paper will be presented on Tuesday afternoon at 4pm in DTM 11-1: Design of Complex Systems. • IDETC2017-67513: Object Reorientation and Creative Performance by A. Katherine Fu. Dan Jensen. Our conference focuses on fundamental design theory and methodologies. with contributions provided by both researchers and practitioners. Jesse Austin-Breneman. the ASME Design Theory and Methodology Award will be presented to Dr. This 2017 DTM conference includes 46 technical papers and 8 technical presentations presented in 12 sessions across eight topics areas below: • DTM-1 Creativity Ideation • DTM-10 Prototyping and Design Representation • DTM-3 User Preferences • DTM-11 Design of Complex Systems • DTM-5 Human Behavior in Design • DTM-12 Entrepreneurship and teams in design • DTM-6 Sustainability in Design . James Allison. and this year we are indebted to an excellent group of reviewers for committing their time and considerable expertise. Scott Ferguson. Barry Kudrowitz. Shu. H. Scarlett Miller. Milad Mohammadi Darani. McAdams. Amaresh Chakrabarti. five papers were nominated for the DTM Best Paper Award: • IDETC2017-67261: Divergent Thinking Ability + Interest = Creative Ideas: Exploring the Relationships between Cognitive Creativity Assessments and Product Design Idea Generation by Jieun Kwon. Each one of these papers is of the highest quality. Vimal Viswanathan. Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen.(Design and Energy) • DTM-14 New and Emerging Trends in Design Theory We would like to thank the authors for submitting their research to the conference. there will be a new type of session featuring technical presentations. Daniel A. M. As always. we would like to welcome you to the 29th International Conference on Design Theory and Methodology (DTM). McAdams. Jitesh Panchal. Erin MacDonald. • IDETC2017-68366: Design Preference Prediction with Data Privacy Safeguards: A Preliminary Study by Alexander Burnap and Panos Papalambros. Claudia Eckert. about visions for future research in design theory and methodology.

MESA provides a unique opportunity for professionals and students from different fields to meet and exchange ideas and experiences on research and development in mechatronic and embedded systems. organized mainly by IEEE. A majority of the submitted papers were reviewed by three reviewers. MESA was the first and so far the only conference that aims to bring mechatronic and embedded system designs and applications together. special thanks go to all the authors who have contributed their research works at the conference. MESA is organized by ASME and IEEE alternatively each year. This year we received 90 initial paper submissions. MESA was held in Auckland. In particular. Only papers with at least two positive reviews were accepted. we would like to express our sincere thanks to Symposium Chairs for their wisdom and hard work in coordinating the review of all submitted papers. Through a rigorous review process by the Program Committee finally 65 papers are included in the conference program for presentations in 19 technical sessions. Chair Program Chair Emanuele Frontoni Tapio Heikklla Marche Polytechnic University VTT – Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. there is one excellent keynote speech. Currently. we sincerely hope you will enjoy the conference and have a great time in Cleveland and in Ohio. In addition. we would like to extend to you our warmest welcome to the MESA 2017. We are grateful for Members of the International Program Committee and reviewers for their thorough review of the papers. New Zealand. The success of MESA 2017 would be impossible without the tireless effort and dedicated work of the Members of the Organizing Committees. MESA also represents a fruitful collaboration model between ASME and IEEE. Our appreciation also goes to Members of the Advisory Committee for their guidance and to the keynote and plenary speakers who graciously agreed to share their vision of future challenges in mechatronic and embedded systems and applications. 15 . Above all. Last year edition in August 2016. Finally. We would like to thank the Members of the Awards Committee for selecting papers for Best Paper Awards and Best Student Paper Awards.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 15 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 13TH ASME/IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MECHATRONIC & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS & APPLICATIONS (MESA) The 2017 ASME/IEEE International Conference on Mechatronic and Embedded Systems and Applications (MESA 2017) is sponsored by ASME Division of Design Engineering and IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society. On behalf of the Organizing Committee.

we launched two joint symposia: one on Micro/Nano-Scale Robotics & Manufacturing. Gloria Wiens • MR/MSNDC-6 Motion Planning. soft robots. mechatronic. Roger D. Leila Notash • MR-3 Compliant Mechanisms: Charles Kim. software systems. for coordinating the selection of the awards. and neural control systems have each earned awards.T Yang Memorial award. His biology-engineering collaborative work on behavior-based distributed control. The conference and program chairs would like to extend special thanks to all the volunteers who participated in the peer-review process to produce this high-quality program. Submitted papers were eligible for several awards. the Arthur P. analysis and validation. the premier international forum for the exchange of technical and scientific information on the theory and application of mechanical systems. robot autonomy. Since 1952. Please attend our Tuesday award session for the presentation of these and the awards to the winners of the Student Mechanism and Robot Design Competition. James Joo • MR/MNS-5 Micro/Nano-Scale Robotics & Manufacturing: Dave Cappelleri. respectively. This year. Dr. Dynamics & Control: Hao Wang. design. Feng Gao • MR-2 Theoretical & Computational Kinematics: Guimin Chen. Dynamics & Control that are jointly organized with the MNS and MSNDC conferences. Joshua Bishop-Moser Special thanks is owed to all the authors. Phil Voglewede • MR-7 Medical & Rehabilitation Robots: Jason Moore. We hope that you enjoy the conference. and the Student Mechanisms and Robotics Design Competition. and various applications. Ketao Zhang • MR-8 Novel Mechanisms. Quinn. symposium organizers. a keynote speech. Freudenstein Young Investigator award.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 16 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 41ST MECHANISMS AND ROBOTICS CONFERENCE (MR) The Mechanisms and Robotics Technical Committee of the ASME Design Engineering Division welcomes you to the 41st Mechanisms and Robotics conference. the A. the ASME Mechanisms and Robotics conference has provided an international forum for the exchange of technical and scientific information on the theory and practice of mechanical and robotic systems. novel mechanisms and robots. and Compliant Mechanisms award. our Keynote Address will be given by Dr. Armington Professor of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. We would like to thank Drew Murray. Chair Program Co-Chair Program Co-Chair Andreas Mueller Jim Schmiedeler Phil Voglewede 16 Johannes Kepler University Linz University of Notre Dame Marquette University . reconfigurable mechanisms. including the Mechanisms and Robotics Best Paper award. with more than 150 peer-reviewed technical papers organized into 8 technical symposia. and robotic systems including kinematics. Amos Winter • MR-9 Student Mechanisms and Robotics Design Competition: Brian Trease. The authors of the best papers of the Mechanisms and Robotics Conference are invited to submit enhanced archival versions of their papers to an IDETC Special Issue of the Journal of Mechanisms and Robotics. educational practices. human-machine interfacing. Chair of the Awards Committee. Zhong You. reviewers. mechanisms. On Monday. Quinn has directed CWRU Biologically Inspired Robotics since its inception in 1990. We have assembled an exciting conference program and slate of activities for the attendees. Paper topics range throughout areas central to the design of mechanical. especially the symposium organizers who coordinated the process: • MR-1 Mechanism Synthesis & Analysis: Dave Myszka. and robotics. Girish Krishnan • MR-4 Origami-Based Engineering Design: Mary Frecker. dynamics. and one on Motion Planning. Robots & Applications: Nina Robson. session-chairs and all the other volunteers who have contributed their efforts to the overall success of the conference. presenters. and we look forward to your continued support and participation in future Mechanisms and Robotics Conferences.

Gou-Jen Wang. and Najib Kacem. Arvind Raman from Purdue University. big words of thanks go to Drs. Yu Liu. and fruitful experience. Once again. Teresa Ryan. energy. Jonathan Felts. who will present a keynote talk entitled “Atomic Force Microscopy imaging and spectroscopy of soft matter and complex materials enabled by nanomechanics and microcantilever dynamics. The conference features diverse and interdisciplinary topics ranging from materials and manufacturing. Ohio.” We are excited to have these world-leaders in the field and look forward for their excellent talks. This conference would not have been made possible without the dedicated efforts of the symposia organizers. Gloria J. Ashis Banerjee. Feng Shi. it will feature a best paper award. Yong Shi. Zorman from Case Western Reserve University. bio. Hanna Cho. welcome to MNS2017 and welcome to Cleveland. we would like to welcome you to the 11th international conference on Micro and Nanosystems at Cleveland. dynamic behavior. intriguing ideas. Chair Co-Chair Program Chair Mohammad Younis Slava Krylov Longqiu Li Binghamton University Tel Aviv University Harbin Institute of Technology 17 . which are distributed through the three days of the conference according to the following symposia: • MNS-2/Vib12/MNSDC9 Dynamics of MEMS and NEMS • MNS-3 Bio MEMS/NEMS • MNS-4 Micro/Nano Robotics and Manufacturing • MNS-5 Functional Materials and Surface Engineering • MNS-6 MEMS Sensors and Actuators • MNS-7 Microscale Energy Harvesting • MNS-8 Nonlinear Mechanics. We are excited to have you in this conference and look forward for your valuable participation. Dynamics. and AFM applications. David Cappelleri.AND NANOSYSTEMS (MNS) On behalf of the ASME technical committee on Micro and Nanosystems. Irene Fassi. Mircea Teodorescu. Jun Tang.” and Prof Christian A. Shahrzad Towfighian. who will present a keynote talk entitled “Integration of Process-Incompatible Materials for Microfabricated Polymer-Based Neural Interfaces. sensing. Thus. The conference this year includes more than 62 papers and technical presentations. we are delighted to announce that the conference will feature two distinguished keynote speakers: Prof. engaging discussions.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 17 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 11TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MICRO. This special conference gathers experts from various parts of the world with a common interest on the mechanical aspects of Micro and Nano structures and devices. Jian Zhao. Brian Jensen. and Control in Atomic Force Microscopy In addition. In addition. Wiens. Dumitru Caruntu. actuation.

Senatore obtained his Ph. bifurcation and chaos of mechanical/structural systems from macro. Carmine is a Senior Associate at Exponent. thermomechanical problems. Dr. in conjunction with the construction of TRC’s SMART Center.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 18 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MULTIBODY SYSTEMS. Upon graduation. and on-road and off-road vehicle dynamics. in Engineering Mechanics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.. Recently. Joshua Every. Rega has been a Professor at Sapienza University of Rome until 2016. he joined Transportation Research Center Inc. Inc. we are organizing competitions for best paper and best student paper. Consisting of four keynote talks and 16 symposia. where he collaborated with national agencies. will discuss “The Challenges of an Effective Base Map for Autonomous Vehicles. and Carmine Senatore from Exponent Inc. the conference features over 100 presentations covering traditional and emerging topics in the broad areas of multibody systems and nonlinear dynamics. Nonlinear Dynamics. and become familiar with emerging trends in the field. and private companies to study how vehicles and robotic systems interact with unstructured environments. Our first keynote talk this year represents the Lyapunov Award lecture. educators. and are providing student travel grants to qualifying undergraduate and graduate students. AND CONTROL (MSNDC) On behalf of the ASME Technical Committee on Multibody Systems and Nonlinear Dynamics (MSND). “From Understanding Nonlinear Phenomena to Exploiting Global Dynamics for Engineering Safety. Furthermore.. reduced order modelling. “Automated vehicles: current landscape and future directions.) as a research scientist contracted to NHTSA’s Vehicle Research and Test Center (VRTC) focusing on developing testing procedures to verify the safety of automated vehicles. has been honored with Special Issues of Nonlinear Dynamics and International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics for his 60th and 70th birthdays. The first AVC keynote presentation. Carmine Senatore. The third AVC keynote presentation. Before taking on the challenges of strategic planning at Mandli Communications. Eric Nutt.” delivered by Professor Giuseppe Rega. Inc.D. A special session on “Autonomous and Connected Vehicles” will feature invited presentations by three experts in the field: Joshua Every from Transportation Research Center Inc. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS. Last but not least. smart materials. Senatore was a research scientist at MIT. as the leader of large-scale network data collection and delivery projects across the country. automated vehicle technologies. We would like to also thank the paper/presentation contributors for choosing this conference as the venue for sharing the outcomes of their intellectual pursuits. we extend a wholehearted welcome to the attendees of the 13th International Conference on Multibody Systems. This event presents a unique opportunity for dynamics researchers. Former Editor-in-Chief of Meccanica and President of Italian Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. and developing procedures to ensure the safety of controlled environment testing and on-road deployments. Since joining Exponent. Dr. and Control (MSNDC).” Eric Nutt is the Head of Technology for Mandli Communications. Chair Co-Chair Co-Chair Co-Chair 18 Sachin Goyal Radu Serban Zdravko Terze Jerzy Warminski University of California.. Josh transitioned to TRC’s R&D division to become the Automated Vehicle and ADAS Lead. Our second AVC keynote lecturer. Dr. Plenary Lecturer at about 20 International Conferences. Inc.” will be delivered by Dr. he is Chairman of the EUROMECH Nonlinear Oscillations Conference Committee. “Vehicle Automation – Beyond the PR. practitioners. specializing in advanced driver assistance systems. a high-tech solutions company developing large-scale data collection and processing systems that support our State DOTs in their mission to reduce traffic deaths to zero by converting vast information into actionable intelligence. leveraging his Electrical Engineering and Computer Science degrees from UW-Madison to establish Mandli Communications. (TRC Inc. Josh received his PhD in Mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University. His current work is focused on creating testing methods for vehicle automation systems. Eric Nutt from Mandli Communications Inc. control of global dynamics. with research focused on vehicle testing and active safety system development. Mr. he has designed and conducted experiments to investigate sensor fusion strategies for V2V safety applications and the use of automotive advanced sensors for the purpose of accident investigations. His field of expertise includes nonlinear oscillations of suspended cables.” will be delivered by Dr. we like to acknowledge the efforts and contribution of the symposium organizers as well as manuscripts reviewers whose effort is highly appreciated. and students to report on their accomplishments. vehicle-to-vehicle communications. exchange ideas. Merced University of Wisconsin-Madison University of Zagreb Lublin University of Technology . We look forward to a successful conference and hope that you will remember this Cleveland meeting as a memorable event. Eric oversaw the research and development of data collection vehicles and data processing software. research institutions. Prior to joining Exponent.to micro-scale.

This continual pursuit of excellence invokes an impact that endures. The Power Transmission and Gearing field continues to grow and this year’s conference draws attendance from leading industry professionals and academic scholars. As leaders.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 19 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 2017 ASME INTERNATIONAL POWER TRANSMISSION AND GEARING CONFERENCE (PTG) We’d like to welcome you to the ASME 2017 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences & Computers and Information in Engineering Conference. and my respect and gratitude goes out to you. Chair Program Chair Teik C. and ensure we remain at the cutting edge. you build the vision and prompt the brilliant minds in your fields to continue pursuing the knowledge necessary for evolvement and advancement. We are able to do what we do because of your commitment. Before I close. I’d like to thank you for attending the conference and bringing your expertise to the table. motivate. We hope this will lead to sharing of technical knowledge and collaboration on both domestic and international platforms. This year. Global Propulsion Systems General Motors At the conference. Technical University of Munich Avinash Singh. It is my honor to grow with you as we continue to gather at forums like this that inspire. we are delighted to welcome two keynote speakers: Karsten Stahl. Lim Qi Fan The University of Texas at Arlington The Gleason Works 19 . you’ll have the opportunity to meet and network with leading colleagues from around the world.

Friction. Slava Krylov. and Damping o Matthew Brake. Chengzhi Shi. and Venkat • Nonlinear Systems and Phenomena Ramakrishnan o Stefano Lenci. Robert Parker. and Marco Amabili o Brian Olson. Contact. and Massimo Ruzzene • Rotating Systems and Rotor Dynamics o C. and Kshitij Gupta • Time-Varying and Time-Delay Systems o Matthew Allen. and Davide Piovesan • Jointed Structures. and Farbod Alijani • Dynamics of MEMS and NEMS o Mohammad Younis. Papers were solicited in symposia covering a range of important vibration and noise topics. The VIB Conference began in 1967 and was originally held in odd-numbered years. both under ASME’s Design Engineering Division. Vibration. recipient of the • Professor Kon-Well Wang (University of Michigan).Y. Bruce Geist. The quality and breadth of papers in this conference series makes it one of the most technically interesting conferences held by ASME. Nataraj. Steve Shen (University of Washington). Chair Program Chair Dumitru Caruntu Matthew Brake University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Rice University 20 . Bogdan Epureanu. Paolo Pennacchi. covering all aspects of vibratory systems. and Acoustics o Dumitru Caruntu. The VIB Conference theme is deliberately broad. Jose Balthazar. and Smart Structures o Ryan Harne. and Adam Brink • Dynamics of Mechanical and Acoustic Metamaterials o Ryan Harne. You will discover a diverse mixture of papers from the forefront of emerging fields.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 20 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 29TH CONFERENCE ON MECHANICAL VIBRATION AND NOISE (VIB) Welcome to the 29th ASME Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise (VIB)! The VIB Conference is sponsored by the Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound and is supported by the Technical Committee on Multibody Systems and Nonlinear Dynamics. from traditional and nontraditional academic research. Najib Kacem. Stephanos Theodossiades. Paulo Goncalves. The conference is now held annually as part of the ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences. Lei Zuo. Matthew Allen. and from industrial applications. recipient of the Myklestad Award for major innovative contribution to vibration Den Hartog Award for lifetime contributions to the teaching and engineering. The conference is highlighted by keynote lectures from two eminent researchers: • Professor I. on Tuesday night of the conference. practice of vibration engineering. The symposia and their organizers are: • Structures and Continuous Systems • Industrial Applications of Dynamics. and Alper Erturk • Emerging Systems and Applications o Dane Quinn. Aldo Ferri. and one of the best to meet colleagues from around the world. and Jian Zhao • Vibration and Stability of Mechanical Systems o Christopher Cooley and Robert Parker • Dynamics and Control of Biomechanical Systems o Dumitru Caruntu. and Matthew Brake • System Identification. Weidong Zhu. and Matt Lear • Vibration Control. Damage Detection and Diagnostics o Weidong Zhu and Yongfeng Xu We encourage you to become more involved with the conference through attending the Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound’s annual fall meeting. Ron Couch. Energy Harvesting. Regis Dufour. Matthew Brake.

as well as biorobotics and haptics. technical program chair Stefano Lenci and ASME staffs. I hope that you enjoy the conference and look forward to your continued support in the future. The topics of BIOMED 2017 are focused on wearable and implantable Technologies. Esfahani University at Buffalo 21 . with technical presentations organized into 4 sessions. computational. and experimental techniques within the bioengineering and design community. whom without their support this event would not have been possible. We have an exciting conference program for the attendees. Chair Ehsan T. Special thanks to IDETC conference chairs Dumitru Caruntu and Bogdan Eprueanu. I would like to thank all authors. symposium chairs and reviewers who have contributed their efforts to the overall success of BIOMED conference. The BIOMED Conference is intended to provide a cutting-edge forum for enhancing the development of next generation of biomedical devices by sharing the recent innovations in analytical. session chairs.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 21 Welcome Letters IDETC/CIE 10TH FRONTIERS IN BIOMEDICAL DEVICES (BIOMED) Welcome to the 10th Frontiers in Medical Devices (BIOMED) Conference.

Biography: Professor Guan currently serves in several key positions in the After a review of the automated systems or ‘driver aids’ used on the current Chinese automotive sector. wheel carcass dynamics. vehicles. the Director of the Automotive Dynamics America’s cup yachts and Oil & gas exploration. innovation scheme that complies with level 3+ intelligent vehicles. an on to describe the subsequent development of active suspension and intelligent vehicle controller was integrated with the cyber-proving-ground associated systems by Lotus Engineering and Team Lotus in the early driving simulator and successfully calibrated. this presentation Room 24 explores the theory and test methodology of how drivers receive cues for following. it describes the modeling of the complex traffic environments “Tracing the Origins of the Automated ‘Fly-By-Wire’ Technology Used in and the dynamic simulation methods. The validation. frontier in the automotive industry given the likelihood an intelligent vehicle • Investigated a universal driver model that integrated controls of the will become available in the near future. verification. and calibrate intelligent vehicles. Engineering of Jilin University from 2004 to 2012. the China Automobile Industry Youth 22 Science and Technology Award in 1998. safety. including the Vice-President of the Society of crop of Formula 1 and WEC cars. and addresses the challenges of cyber Tuesday. In addition. and risky driving simulations of intelligent vehicles. the lecture concludes with a description of Automotive Engineers of China. Consequently. . verify. August 7 • Established. The model gives a unique when carried out with an actual car in real environments. It moves radar and to obtain objects from the cyber-proving-ground. Jilin University • Created a unique vehicle dynamics with stick-slip friction model. Namely: Autonomous Robots. In addition. and dynamic steering system model. With this model. Branch of the National Automobile Standardization Committee. which can be used for various calibration of intelligent vehicles are costly. shimmy. August 8 proving ground on simulating the complexities of the stochastic driver and 9:10am–10:50am vehicle traffic within the traffic environment. The simulator was designated as one of the top in Asia. the editorial board of the International other applications of F1 miniature hydraulics. Science and Technology in 2008. and longitudinal and lateral motion of vehicles. He has received three first-prize awards for provincial scientific and years at Moog he has been instrumental in the design and development of technological achievements. The method offers 1980’s and the widespread adoption of this technology by Williams GP considerable savings of money and time and avoids the numerous trials and the other F1 teams around 1990. In a career of over 35 2015. The model “Cyber Proving Ground for Intelligent Vehicle on Driving Simulator” successfully solves shortcomings with the classic model. It also discusses how a statistical database for driving styles of Chinese drivers is established Martin Jones (using a large number of experiments) with consideration of drivers’ Moog Industrial Group operation time-history signal and physiological and psychological states. using a driving simulator as the cyber-proving-ground offers a better way AVT KEYNOTE – MILLIKEN AWARD LECTURE to validate. At this point there is a brief analysis and safety risks associated with field testing. efficiency.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 22 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE AVT KEYNOTE The specific academic contributions of Dr. of why hydraulic technology has been used almost universally in these applications despite dramatic developments in electric motor performance. This presentation also includes a Contemporary Formula 1 Cars” discussion of how the stochastic driver-model was established using the statistical characteristics of driving behaviors to represent the group of drivers. Prof. time-consuming. and the leading expert of the overall Biography: Martin Jones works as Motorsport Market Manager for the group of 863 major projects of the Chinese Ministry of Science and Moog Industrial Group in the UK-where he is responsible for the Technology. and other Abstract: I Intelligent vehicles present a new research and development transient processes. the behavior of realistic anthropomorphic vehicle Abstract: The lecture starts with a review of the early work done on vehicle traffic was accurately simulated. in 1993. and lawful driving style. Finally. and the Director of the He studied Physics and Economics at the University of East Anglia and State Key Laboratory of Automotive Simulation and Control from 1996 to subsequently Control Engineering at Bath University. he received the Golden Bull many automated actuation systems including: Award of National Key Laboratory Program provided by the Ministry of • Wave compensated hoisting systems for offshore cranes. Xin Guan include: Monday. which is not accurate when simulating high-speed steering. the Jilin Provincial Government Counselor. Journal of Vehicle Performance. Guan served as Dean of the College of Automotive development & technical support of Moog’s global motor racing business. In addition. Xin Guan and has been successfully applied to the development of more than 10 independent vehicles in China. This presentation will describe the means of using a driving simulator for intelligent vehicles being developed at Jilin University. the State Key Laboratory of Automotive Simulation 11:00am–12:00pm and Control at Jilin University and successfully developed the first Room 24 vehicle driving simulator with an investment of more than 25 million Chinese Yuan. and the China Science and • Active suspension and satellite guidance systems for agricultural Technology Outstanding Achievement Award from GM in 1996. Research on the virtual sensors is also stability done at CAL in the 1950’s by Bill Milliken and his colleagues made presented along with a quick-culling model to simulate the camera and possible by then recent developments in hydraulic technology.

and a set of lightning talks by early-career members of the Design Automation Conference. an MS in Industrial Engineering from Lehigh University and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania. and synthesizing data in a way that leads to better engineered Gahl Berkooz products. and elucidate some of its drivers and complexity factors. the Internet of Things. a Six Sigma Black Belt. I will discuss the state of the art in Data and Analytics practice. To most effectively CIE KEYNOTE make use of this data. This state of affairs is dictated by the tremendous business opportunities afforded by the underlying technologies. yet lack a rigorous framework to support their at the University of Pennsylvania. • Numerous servo-actuations systems for F1 –and the development of unconventional technology for power steering and fly by wire Abstract: Data has always been an integral part of the engineering design braking. August 7 distinguished speakers who will address a wide variety of opportunities 11:00am–12:00pm that include the acquisition and analysis of unstructured data from various Room 1 sources. Eleanor Feit Acorns (Drexel). She holds a PhD in Marketing from the University of Michigan. This keynote session will include a panel of Monday. Unlike mechanical. aerospace. then commercializing new methods at the marketing analytics General Motors’ Global Connected Customer Experience Division. first working in product design at General literacy. volumes. and Internet of Things: The Perfect Storm and Some Grand Challenges” INVITED SPEAKERS Abstract: “Data and Analytics” is a unique engineering business practice. handling large volumes of data that must be searched and understood. for practitioners on digital marketing. he established the Information Management and Analytics problems to her research. and Data Science Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative. customer data to make better product design and advertising decisions. Yet. We use this basic and unfiltered information to create knowledge. saving. process. and most recently as the Executive Director of the he was responsible for all Analytical Data Sets. where she built the academic- required to delight customers with the best customer experience in the industry partnership program. marketing experiments. which has been published in Management function at Ford Motor Company. Ritesh Khire (84. marketing analytics in R. particularly when data is incomplete. and acquisition rates not previously encountered. He holds a Ph. MBA and MS Business Analytics classes at Drexel and Wharton. 9:10am–10:50am Room 1 “Data-Driven Engineering Design” • High speed gauge control systems for aluminum rolling. She brings a rich understanding of industry industry. Much of Biography: Gahl Berkooz is the Chief Data and Analytics Officer for Acorns. provides engineers with access to a plethora of data in forms. 23 . he was Chief of Analytics for Motors. Her research focuses on leveraging solution. “Data. At GM firm. She enjoys making professionals. Analytics. and investing. and delivered close to $2 Billion of savings and cost analytics and statistics accessible to a broad audience and has recently avoidance in business operations. DAC KEYNOTE • Closed-loop Frequency and Power regulation of multi-phase Monday. I will close by describing some Biography: Elea McDonnell Feit is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at “Grand Challenges” – engineering problems that practitioners in industry Drexel University and a Senior Fellow of Marketing at The Wharton School are attempting to solve. The Modellers. in Applied Mathematics co-authored a book on R for Marketing Research and Analytics with from Cornell University. her career has focused on developing new quantitative methods and whose mission is to make Americans financially empowered by financial bringing them into practice. or electrical engineering the state of Elea McDonnell Feit practice in industry is ahead of the theoretical foundations provided by Drexel University academic research. He built the function to over 100 Science and the Journal of Marketing Research.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 23 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE • Servo-controlled levelling of large man-lifts (Access platforms).D. and is a graduate of Chris Chapman. the design engineering research community must understand how to most effectively transition this data into actionable design knowledge. Prior to Acorns. August 7 water turbines. which in turn informs our engineering design decisions.51°). the Martin’s interest in Motorsport extends beyond work and he is also a keen miniaturization of electronics. Prior. She regularly teaches popular tutorials and workshops Harvard Business School’s General Management Program. Speakers discussing the frontier of Data-Driven Engineering Design will include Kemper Lewis (University at Buffalo). discrete choice modeling and hierarchical Bayes methods as well as undergraduate. and social media competitor in Historic Motorsport events in his Brabham BT21. unmatched or aggregated. Analytics.

He has published over 200 articles in journals. and media. Achille Messac. In recognition of his scholarship in • Designing. In addition. Sunand sophisticated Machine Learning techniques. areas include price and promotion optimization. NASA. trade fund optimization. management and evangelization of dynamic linear models.g. Making. he serves as the Director of the “Radical Collaboration by Design in Engineering Education” Sustainable Manufacturing and Advanced Robotic Technologies (SMART) Community of Excellence and as a Site Director of the National Center for e-Design at UB. SAE. We need radical collaboration if we are to truly address the nexus of design. technologies and new efficient methodologies for large-scale data-driven optimization problems. Inc. and books and is a fellow of the American intersection of three convergences: Society of Mechanical Engineers. Learning. In the past. Bayesian optimization. a firm specializing in the creation of making. organization within Kroger). Ritesh has been Sunand is a graduate in Industrial Design from the National Institute of invited as special speaker for the 2010 NSF panel on future of MDO and for Design (NID) in India and holds his terminal graduate degree in Industrial the 2008 ASME-IDETC panel on System integration tools. use. • Infinite Computing. and many others. He is also a tenured professor of industrial with non-traditional techniques (e. Ritesh has published a collection of book chapters. random forest. he is regressions. Southern Illinois University at to solve these large-scale problems.) design. He is also interested in high. 24 . and Technology award from The International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. digital manufacturing. journal & conference papers. make. and Media Ritesh Khire The future of making and learning things exists at the nexus of these three 84. companies like Autodesk to serve design-related-education exists at the conference proceedings. performance computing and GPU computing. Prior to joining 84. The greatest potential for design analytics. Many of Prior to Autodesk. and internet of things. infinite computing.. PSO. as Professor in the Department of Management Science and Systems at the University at Buffalo (UB). and patents over the last decade. The application Autodesk’s future influence advocacy in global academia. tradeoff models. workflows to holistically address next generation’s desire to innovate? The majority of these problems involve 108 to 1012 mixed-integer decision variables. recursive least square models. AIAA. NSF. GA. member of the DAC conference and has organized many special sessions over the last 10 years. responsible for the strategy. etc. and places. Successful integration of Biography: Ritesh is a Senior Research Scientist and leader of the optimization this curricular effort into disciplines of engineering and design is important group within the Science department of 84. His primary research includes developing Is design-related-education embracing these trend. and classical design and engineering studies. August 7 11:00am–12:00pm University at Buffalo Room 23 Sunand Bhattacharya Biography: Kemper Lewis is Professor and Chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and also holds an appointment Autodesk. Things. re-enforcement learning. inventory management. where the underlying models are derived from one or more Biography: As part of the Autodesk Education Experience Group. etc. and Using design research and education. Sunand was the principal and co-founding partner of these problems include both static and real time aspects of decision Arjuna Learning Designs LLC. Carbondale. Digital Manufacturing.51° LLC convergences. such as regular & logistic Bhattacharya manages its Learning Futures team. and The Internet of Things • Creating Places. where his research primarily focused on optimization of engineering systems. Ritesh has been exploring decomposition based optimization interactive learning objects to enhance quality of teaching and learning for approaches that blend traditional (gradient based) optimization techniques name brand publishing houses. customer personalization.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 24 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE DEC KEYNOTE Kemper Lewis Monday. Ritesh was a Staff Research Scientist at United Technologies Research Center for over 8 years. His research focuses on foundational issues in decision Abstract: The culture of innovation in the classroom has been spreading making in engineering design and his contributions have spanned rapidly across all levels of education and challenging the boundaries of complex decision networks.51° LLC (a customer science for bridging the gap between education and industry expectations.51. Ritesh obtained his PhD from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in 2006 under the guidance of Prof. ASEE. things. and the State of New York. and has held executive positions at. In this role. adaptive systems. neural networks. he has received awards from ASME. He is an active Design and Human Factors from The Ohio State University. Sunand is a recipient of the Innovative Excellence in Teaching.

Program Director will share details about current programs such as Advanced Technological Education (ATE). Technology. and also the opportunities afforded by mutually Biography: Dr. August 8 Monday. Karen enjoys spending time with family and friends experiencing good food. Time permitting. Charities. Dr. He is also a Trustee of the Trades House of Glasgow. Krakow materials and technology for renewable energy applications and next- in Poland. a Director of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce and a Director of Glasgow Merchants House. including enhancing and creating academic programs and half of these students have been based outside the United Kingdom. He has supervised 64 PhD students through to graduation. and traveling. Professional Bodies and other Stakeholders. and other select NSF funding seeks to influence and support new research work. He has also research. Engineering. Crosby’s technical expertise is in roles. When she is not working. but also to the assistance offered by Professional developing proposals. Bodies. Australia. he is the joint author of the Science. currently on assignment as a Biography: David is currently Professor of Design & Manufacturing at Program Director in the Division of Undergraduate Education at the Glasgow Caledonian University where he has held a range of managerial National Science Foundation. facilitating global research opportunities in sustainability. generation composites. Her latest projects involved STEM outreach and most of whom have been embedded in manufacturing companies. opportunities that support engineering education. Science. Louisiana. David is the Secretary of the United Kingdom Engineering Professors’ Council representing the combined interests of all of the University Engineering Departments to Government. the Attention will not only be given to direct government support. Crosby David K Harrsion Southern University Baton Rouge. He has spent his working career in the manufacturing industry or materials science and engineering. Karen is dedicated to industry-facing academia. and Mathematics (STEM) education textbook “Systems for Planning & Control in Manufacturing”. educational leadership and mentoring. research experiences. He additionally holds office in four Glasgow-based Charities. August 7 9:10am–10:50am 11:00am–12:00pm Room 23 Room 22 Karen E. The Author will also set the foregoing in the context of the changing Technology. A graduate of UMIST. Improving societal priorities and will explain the typical supporting infrastructure that Undergraduate STEM Education (IUSE). good music. Additionally. 25 . retention. Her years of work have garnered local awards for Masters and Doctoral levels and has examined in China. Currently. Around education. which received its “Grant of Arms” in 1536 and thereby may claim to be one of the World’s older “Engineering Societies”. and Mathematics (S-STEM). Crosby is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at beneficial international collaboration Southern University Baton Rouge. Poland and Germany. excellence in teaching and research and national recognition for Africa. Karen E. David is an Ex Deacon of the Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow. and learning edited several books and conference proceedings and has published his in engineering through innovative teaching methods and integrating work widely. often indirect session will culminate with helpful hints and fatal flaws to consider when through agencies. Manufacture and monitoring towards the STEM education projects offered through the Division of Undergraduate end of life recycling of manufactured products based on research work Education (DUE) at the National Science Foundation (NSF). David is also a Past President of the Institution of Engineers & Shipbuilders in Scotland. He is an experienced external examiner at Undergraduate. India. An NSF/DUE that he has directed over recent years. as well as throughout the United Kingdom.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 25 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE DEC KEYNOTE DFMLC KEYNOTE Tuesday. Louisiana Glasgow Caledonian University “Overview of Undergraduate Stem Education Research and Related NSF “Sustaining “Small Scale” Research Over the Long Term” Funding Opportunities” Abstract: In the proposed presentation the Author will attempt to illustrate Abstract: This session will present various funding opportunities to support the relationship between Design. especially enhancing student motivation. specifically He is a Visiting Professor of the University of Mining & Metallurgy. Scholarships in Science.

past chair of the ASME Mechanisms & Robotics USA. Young University (BYU). and Ph. and in 2007. Christensen received the Rockwell the ASME Machine Design Award. Christensen received the Ph. In this talk we will explore Biography: Larry L Howell is an Associate Dean and Professor at Brigham the emergence of standardized. open-sourced embedded hardware. the capabilities of embedded hardware and software different materials and processes to meet emerging product requirements.07. including origami-inspired accomplishments in the international standardization of programming mechanisms. a finite element Biography: James H. degree from BYU software and development environments to make that possibility a reality. Howell’s and Process Automation Hall of Fame membership for recognition of his research focuses on compliant mechanisms. He is the co-editor of the Handbook of Compliant Mechanisms and the author of Compliant Mechanisms published by John Wiley & Sons. Popular Science. one regular-shaped sheet). Christensen Larry L.. and perspectives have created systems that have not previously been intelligent automation and control systems. Prof. and will include a diverse set of applications. space mechanisms. microelectromechanical systems. His lab’s work has also been reported in popular venues such as Newsweek. Brigham Young University “Evolution of Embedded Platforms for Cyber-Physical Systems” “From Micromachines and Surgical Instruments to Spacecraft: How Origami-Based Engineering Can Impact Our World” Abstract: Today’s definition of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) as “engineered systems that are built from. and the PBS documentary program NOVA. Air Force F-22 Raptor). degree in chemical analysis consultant for Engineering Methods.S. the seamless Abstract: For centuries origami artists have invested immeasurable effort integration of computational algorithms and physical components” has developing origami models under extreme self-imposed constraints (e. degrees from Purdue University.” Along this and formable medium of paper has enabled swift prototyping of vast evolutionary path we have seen developments such as the concept of numbers of possible designs. Inc. ASME Mechanisms & Robotics Award. Howell Holobloc Inc. This has resulted in stunning origami Holonic Manufacturing Systems3 (HMS) in the 1990s. Purdue Outstanding 1991 for his achievements in pioneering applications of object-oriented Mechanical Engineer (alumni award). the Smart Grid8 and Open Process Automation9. Using origami-inspired methods. he received the IEC 1906 Award Distinguished Lecturer Award (BYU’s highest faculty award). August 7 11:00am–12:00pm 8:00am–9:00am Room 19 Room 9 James H. Prior to joining BYU in 1994 he was a visiting professor at Purdue University.S.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 26 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE MESA KEYNOTE MR KEYNOTE Monday. and depend upon. no cutting or gluing.g. medical devices.S. Cleveland Heights. Howell received his B.D. but using In recent years. anticipated by HMS and now expressed in domains such as Industrie 4. and the BYU Karl G. Prof. it may be possible to design origami-like systems. OH. and M.. Maeser programming in Smalltalk. Dr. He is currently with Holobloc Inc. 26 . August 7 Monday. The origami artists’ methods deployment of reusable software modules (function blocks) in distributed.D. evolved from Wiener’s 1948 definition of cybernetics as the scientific study only paper. This presentation will highlight research in origami-based engineering at effective embedding of CPS functionality to meet the requirements Brigham Young University. and languages and architectures for industrial automation. platforms have evolved sufficiently to present the possibility of cost. and an engineer on the engineering and computer science from the University of Wisconsin at design of the YF-22 (the prototype for the U. He is a Fellow of ASME. Scientific American. The accessible of “control and communication in the animal and the machine. He is the recipient of control of manufacturing processes. NSF Career Award. and the release in the structures and mechanisms that were created in a simple medium and early 200s of the multi-part IEC 61499 Standard for the development and using a single fabrication process (folding). conceived using traditional engineering methods. International Engineer of the Year and Lynde Bradley Innovation Awards in Theodore von Kármán Fellowship. Madison in 1967. He is an internationally recognized expert in the standardization and Committee. and has been associate editor for the Journal of Mechanisms application of advanced software technologies to the automation and & Robotics and the Journal of Mechanical Design.

and fluid-structure eventually implement an animal-inspired brain. Walking. and energy efficiency. Delhi human-machine interfacing. co-authored robots using organic materials. (2009) and named the Robert V.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 27 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE MR KEYNOTE MNS KEYNOTE Monday. This abstracted approach We discuss recent advances in two challenge areas for the atomic force has also been used to develop a small fixed-wing vehicle called MALV microscope – one in the imaging and force spectroscopy on soft materials (micro air and land vehicle) that flies. Climbing and Flying – Case Western Reserve University Complex Materials Enabled by Nanomechanics and Microcantilever Biologically Inspired Robotics Dynamics” Abstract: The capabilities of current mobile robots pale in comparison to Abstract: “To engineer the tools of scientific discovery” has been described those of most animals. Adams Professor of decision making strategies. new of animals. Armington Professor of positions at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Spain). (1999). In one approach the fundamental principles ability to “mechanically” image features smaller than one nanometer on a of insect locomotion are applied using existing technologies and in a vast variety of samples in liquids. Adams Professor of Mechanical . these vehicles makes them suitable for many applications such as amphibious operations and search and rescue. Quinn Arvind Raman Case Western Reserve University Purdue University Animals as Models for Robot Mobility and Autonomy: Crawling. The goal of our research is to bridge this gap by as one of fourteen grand challenges for engineering by the US National studying animal systems and applying these designs and even their Academy of Engineering. Our autonomous Snowmower. manufacturing. His research focuses on a distributed control architecture similar to that found in animals and will applications of nonlinear dynamics. We are using multiple a transformational effect on materials engineering and nanoscience. funding from the NSF. University of Engineering at Case Western Reserve University. biological principles. We are also developing and surface forces are needed and their influence on microcantilever structurally soft worm-like robots. August 7 Monday. locomotion. an ASME Gustus University of Akron. D Mote Jr. Their motor control is also simplified and the agility of by the best optical or electron microscopes. more than a hundred and thirty peer-reviewed journal articles. flapping wings that mimic those of the animal. vibrations. is University of Oxford). He was promoted to Associate Professor (2005). when made compact. gases. within the body. which crawl via peristaltic waves. Keeley fellow (Wadham College. continuing to have behaviors. soft robots. and secured and Aerospace Engineering department in 1986 after receiving a Ph. (1980) degrees from the international industrial sponsors. College of Engineering outstanding young devoted to the development of robots and control strategies based upon investigator awardee. Quinn is an Arthur P.D. Arvind Raman is the Robert V. Since it’s invention more than thirty years ago the materials to robots to improve their mechanical designs. and several national and (1985) from Virginia Tech and M. Tech in collaborative work on behavior based distributed control. neurobiology and behavioral experiments are being used to develop Biography: Dr. autonomous Atomic Force Microscope has proven to be such a tool. Insect results are presented. robot autonomy. for dynamics need to be interpreted. “Atomic Force Microscopy Imaging and Spectroscopy of Soft Matter and Running. Both advances rely on compliant. We have also significantly improved modeling of tip-sample nanomechanics and developed a number of robots with multi-segmented legs mirroring those understanding its effect on microcantilever vibrations. and the second in the sub-surface imaging approach we are developing other robots including a moth-like robot with of complex materials such as nano-composites. and teaming with the Case bio-fabrication group we are developing small biomechanics. Dozens of robots have been developed to either Professor Raman joined Purdue University in 2000 as an Assistant improve robot performance with biological principles or model animal Professor following a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of systems. NNSA. Some autonomy is essential for their agility. and a B. In still another approach. Using a more direct such as polymers and live cells. In the former. He has authored more than 250 publications and 9 patents on California at Berkeley advised by Prof. NIH. MS in practical devices resulting from his work. lands and crawls.S. He has mentored twenty-two PhD students. or in vacuum remains unmatched simplified manner. His research. He joined the Mechanical Oxford (UK). full Professor each earned awards. He is an ASME fellow. since its inception in 1990. and a NSF CAREER awardee. we are developing synthetic nervous systems contact mechanics models that explicitly take into account local relaxation for their control based upon animal neurobiology. His biology-engineering Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University (1993). and Technical University Darmstadt (Germany). In the latter. Robots with electrostatic and stress interactions in the sub-surface need to be coupled a human in the loop for basic control decisions are limited in their to microcantilever observables to enable non-destructive sub-surface movements in complex terrain because of sparse sensory data and limited reconstruction in complex materials. It’s complementary approaches. NASA. computational models of pipe inspection and. C. benefits from Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University. in collaboration with biologists. For these robots.S. interactions in nanotechnology/MEMS/NEMS. Both computational and experimental communications. Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology. He has directed CWRU Biologically Inspired Robotics Larson Memorial Award recipient. (1983) and B. August 7 11:00am–12:00pm 11:00am–12:00pm Room 26 A Room 13 Roger D. and neural control systems have 27 (1991). held visiting Biography: Roger D.

The involved the use of materials that offered interesting opportunities and/or first part of the talk overviews some relevant representative achievements. At Sapienza.S. which can be tentatively framed within some develop MEMS-based devices for long-term neural interfacing. This mechanics has required about forty years of intense theoretical and talk presents an overview of several collaborative research projects to applied research efforts. experimental testing of the nonlinear response of small-scale mechanically-flexible diamond-on-polymer microelectrodes. Zorman Giuseppe Rega Case Western Reserve University Sapienza University of Rome “Integration of Process-Incompatible Materials for Microfabricated Polymer-Based Neural Interfaces” “From Understanding Nonlinear Phenomena to Exploiting Global Abstract: The desire to utilize microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) Dynamics for Engineering Safety” technology in applications where silicon is not well-suited has necessitated Abstract” Understanding nonlinear dynamics phenomena in solid/structural the development of materials not commonly used in IC processing. and of the spatial scale of the also a Research Associate at the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical relevant application. and applications in challenging environments. Professor Zorman received the established an innovative Master degree on Structures. August 8 2:00pm–5:40pm 11:00am–12:00pm Room 26 A Room 13 *2nd half of this session includes the special session on Autonomous and Connected Vehicles (see page 40) Christian A. unifying by referring to the suspended cable as to a continuous/reduced-order theme among these projects is the fabrication of key structural device archetypal model. of Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.A. He taught to students is a Senior Member of IEEE and chairman of the MEMS Technical Group in in Civil and Mechanical Engineering. which include control. A central. Focus will be in particular on how to properly exploit appointment as Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical concepts and tools of global dynamics for evaluating robustness and safety Engineering and Computer Science. Zorman is its possible multi-dimensional character. where he the American Vacuum Society. engagement in Latin America. leading micro.S. Both projects models aimed at cross-validating theoretical and numerical outcomes. Department of Structure.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 28 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE Engineering at Purdue University (2013). he held an engineering systems. and Ph. consideration of also micro/nano. LECTURE MNS KEYNOTE Tuesday. Middle East and North MSNDC KEYNOTE – LYAPUNOV AWARD Africa. and Director highest honor in this area. and complex dynamics investigated via geometrical and computational (2) development of a polymer-based thin film transfer technology for techniques. intelligent. in physics from Case Western Reserve or coupled systems. The first three of them encompass nonlinear projects include: (1) development of a microfabricated cortical probe from oscillations addressed through analytical methods. Dr.D. or an experimental system. nanocomposite polymer. His research centers on the development of of the Doctoral School in Civil Engineering and Architecture. enabling materials and the requisite processing techniques for inaugural Associate Dean for Global Engineering Programs. he is the novel. where he was the Head of the Prof. Water and Soil Engineering. was promoted to Senior Research future to meaningfully affect the analysis. areas. mechanically-dynamic. and multiphysics problems. In 2009. formerly. Program in Structural Engineering. Zorman received a B. as well as for in 2002 as an Associate Professor and currently holds an appointment as controlling and possibly improving the system/structure load carrying Professor with secondary appointments in the Departments of Biomedical capacity. are commonly processed. These main stages of development. he 28 John S. research. cum laude in physics and hybridization of nonlinear dynamics with other theoretical and application a B. independent of its specific mechanical and dynamical features. challenges with respect to their mechanical properties. sub-saharan Africa. at the University of L’Aquila. exhibiting a satisfactory components using newly developed materials and/or the fabrication of variety of issues and phenomena typical of the nonlinear dynamics of devices using materials that are incompatible with respect to the way they smooth flexible systems with initial curvature. control and safe design of real Associate in 1997 and Researcher in 2000.D. Mechanics at the Sapienza University of Rome from 1995 to 2016 and. The second part of the talk University in 1991 and 1994. Diekhoff Award for Excellence in Graduate Mentoring. He currently Biography: Giuseppe Rega has been a Professor of Solid and Structural serves as Faculty Director of the Microfabrication Laboratory at CWRU.and nanoelectromechanical systems with an emphasis on College strategic initiatives for global education. Former . The fourth stage of current development is characterized by a marked Biography: Christian A. and East Asia. CWRU’s was Chairman of the Ph. From 2000 to 2002. bifurcations and a chemoresponsive. He joined the MEMS program at dwells on the role that nonlinear dynamics is expected to play in the near CWRU in 1994 as a Research Associate. Since May 2014. followed by M. and Architecture. August 8 Tuesday. He joined the EECS faculty at CWRU of the response in presence of unavoidable imperfections. cum laude in economics from the Ohio State University in 1988. Center where he serves as Co-Director of Research and Scientific Affairs for the Advanced Platform Technology Center of Excellence. respectively. Zorman has authored over 250 peer-reviewed technical publications.

where he became head of (International Centre for Mechanical Sciences). Stahl’s research focuses on experimental at ICTAM.to micro-scale.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 29 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE Chairman of the Italian Committee of Professors of Solid and Structural Biography: Dr. structures. UK. clutches. Gear Technology & Methods” in 2003. 11:00am–12:00pm drivability. and safety challenges facing the automotive industry. he was President of AIMETA (Italian Association of Theoretical Technical University of Munich (TUM) and served as research associate at and Applied Mechanics). rolling at Virginia Tech. tribology. reduced.) in mechanical engineering and started as gear the IUTAM General Assembly. 2009. materials and more than 20 International Conferences. Italian Representative at degree (Dr. volume of electrified vehicles on geared transmissions. OH. He has served with major the group “Prototyping. 7th European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference. and more than 200 students. In the focus of his research are components like institutions all over the world. 50 of them PhD candidates. bearings. continuously variable units. He leads advanced technology development for all “Role of Gears in Electrified Vehicles” Transmission and Electric/Hybrid Drive Unit Components and Subsystems. He currently serves on the Board of trustees of the not-for-profit Gear Research Institute . IUTAM Symposia: 2003. Varanasi (BHU). Often Room 16 times. 74 Book/Edited Volume Chapters. many of whom are appointed at various 100 scientific papers and presentations. and experimental techniques needed to Avinash Singh carefully detect and reliably characterize the variety of nonlinear and complex dynamic phenomena possibly occurring in different engineering Global Propulsion Systems General Motors areas. including gear systems. member of the Scientific Council of CISM development engineer at BMW in Dingolfing. Stahl is board member of the WiGeP and several other scientific Mechanics for his 70th birthday. he is Chairman of the EUROMECH the Gear Research Centre (FZG) at TUM. convener of ISO/TC 60/SC 2 working group 6. and has edited 4 Springer volumes and scientific committee member of several national and international 7 Special Issues in top-level Archival Journals. and a Special Issue of International Journal of Non-Linear Prof. Tuesday. Prikladnaya Matematika i Mekhanika/Chaos Solitons & leader “Validation Driving Dynamics and Powertrain. August 8 order modelling. Archival Journals. Has published 142 papers in 50 different associations. August 7 technologies will be reviewed.and worm-gears. degrees in Mechanical 29 Engineering from the Ohio State University. He has always paid a lot of conferences and holds the VDI ring of honor. EURODYN Conferences). India. Prof. ASME. exploitation of global 11:00am–12:00pm dynamics for engineering safety. geometrical. He has organized many International Conferences/Symposia in the broad area 2011 Karsten Stahl accepted a chair and became full professor at the of nonlinear dynamics and control of mechanical and structural systems Institute for Machine Elements and director of the FZG with about 80 (EUROMECH Colloquia: 1994. becoming department and Control. 2006 Stahl Archival Journals as E-i-C (Meccanica). torque Abstract: This presentation discusses the impact of increasing production converters. “Role of Transmissions in Enabling Vehicle Fuel Economy” PTG KEYNOTE Abstract: In this presentation. 2011. birthday. Columbus. computational. returned to Munich as manager for “Predevelopment and Innovation Mathematical Problems in Engineering). Plenary/Keynote Lecturer at and analytical investigations of endurance.” In 2009 Stahl Fractals. and Ph. hypoid. He has used the combination of analytical. smart materials. and his M. bevel-.D. International Journal of Dynamics and Control).S. coupled oscillators. clutches. Room 16 thermomechanical problems. Karsten Stahl studied mechanical engineering at the Mechanics. ASME Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics. associates. An outlook on Dr. Currently. He has published more than effort in mentoring young students. These trends are driven by fuel economy. president and Conference Proceedings papers. Singh received his BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from IIT chances and challenges of gears in an electrified mobile world is given. these technologies pose unexpected challenges for the automotive transmission. scientific events Organized in 5 departments. control of oscillations and chaos. synchronizers.-Ing. and pumps. PTG KEYNOTE His main contributions to nonlinear dynamics are concerned with cable dynamics. NVH. editor in chief. Honored with an International Conference cylindrical-. Avinash Singh is an Engineering Group Manager in the Global Transmission and Electrification Advanced Engineering organization of General Motors. and EB member (Nonlinear Management” within BMW Driving Dynamics and Powertrain in Munich. Dynamics. nearly 100 Refereed editor and associate editor of several scientific journals. In 2001 he received his PhD Nonlinear Oscillations Conference Committee. some of the emerging trends in vehicle Monday. Academic institutions. Technical University of Munich Biography: Dr. Electrified vehicles impose special requirements on gears in the drive train. and a Special Issue of Nonlinear Dynamics for his 60th element bearings and drive systems. bifurcation and chaos in applied mechanics and structural dynamics from macro. 2010. via also international collaborations. The innovation needed within the transmission to enable Karsten Stahl these technologies will be explored. current/past AE (Journal of Vibration changed to the BMW/MINI plant in Oxford. he gave seminars at academic fatigue life analysis. nonlinear oscillations.

shape reconfiguration and morphing. Diefenderfer Chaired Professor in Mechanical Engineering. often observed in nature. He is also a past chair of the ASME vibrations. the ASME Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Best Paper Awards. Biography: Dr. researchers have to conduct even more cross talks among various fields. In recent years. workshops and conferences. He has been materials and mechanical property variations. He has developed knowledge and methodologies to patents issued/pending. structural dynamics and Heads Executive Committee. At Penn State. the Institute of Physics (IOP). wave propagation tailoring. multistable & metastable modular structures. Timoshenko Professor and Tim Manganello/BorgWarner Department Chair of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan. energy harvesting. and energy trapping & absorption. From a structural system point of view. He has delivered many Keynote/Plenary lectures at University of Michigan . His work has created new emerging directions in the field via Power Transmission and Gearing Committee. such as in biological or atomistic systems. the ASME Rudolf Kalman Award. August 7 numerous awards. and Group Leader for the Center for Acoustics and Vibration. It is recognized that to achieve significant new advances in adaptive structural systems.g. vibration and wave adaptation and controls. as well as at various international conferences in Europe and Asia. and involved in many editorial activities. O. Conference and the ARO Workshop on Smart Structures. VIB KEYNOTE – DEN HARTOG AWARD shape morphing. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems & Structures. The vision is to develop a multifunctional structural Structures in ASME and AIAA. degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 1985. an local-global coupling characteristics of the various adaptive materials and Editorial Board Member for book series on Computational and elements to optimize the overall structure performance. including the SPIE Smart Structures and Materials 9:10am–10:50am Lifetime Achievement Award. the ASME Adaptive Structures and Materials Room 26 A Systems Award. Myklestad Award.. “Inspired by Nature – Adaptive Modular Metastructures” Professor Wang has provided extensive service and leadership to the professional community. control and damping. and an Associate Editor for the interesting approaches have been explored to achieve adaptive meta. and then started his academic career at the Pennsylvania State University in 1988. He has been recognized with the Boss Kettering synthesize novel adaptive structural systems for advancements in vibration Award. mechanical) have been investigating the feasibility of creating Executive Committee and Technical Branch/Committee in Adaptive adaptive structures. vibration confinement and localization. He joined the University of Michigan in 2008. Associate Director of the Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence. Wang Education Award. He is a Fellow of the ASME.. ASME. Experimental Methods in Structures. Professor Wang is a LECTURE Fellow of the ASME. He has chaired the ASME Technical Committee on Abstract: During the past few decades. and the SAE Ralph Teetor K. structures based on synergistic modular architectures. the NASA Tech Brief Award. damage identification. the William E. including served as the Chief Technical health monitoring and healing. aerospace. He has received Monday. He is currently an of the major challenges is on how to best synthesize the cross-field and Editorial Advisory Board Member for the Journal of Sound & Vibration. and system integration technologies. W. SPIE and AIAA conferences in the U. He received his Ph.S. one Editor for the ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 30 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE (GRI) at Penn State. 30 . Director of the Structural Dynamics and Controls Lab. exploring piezoelectric circuitry networks. Vibration and Sound.D. and the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). fluidic cellular-composites and origami. vibration energy harvesting. He has been a member of the ASME Design Engineering Division civil. and nano- Dr. GM’s highest technical honor.Ann Arbor ASME. worked at the General Motors Research Labs as a Senior Research Engineer. such as the SPIE Damping and Isolation such as vibration and stability controls. the ASME Mechanical Engineering Department electronics. He has organized and led various system that has various embedded and distributed autonomous functionalities. This presentation will discuss some of the recent interdisciplinary research efforts in synthesizing nature-inspired adaptive metastructures for structural mechanics. among others. Professor Wang has served as. and various standing committees for the controls researchers in various engineering disciplines (e. due to the advances in materials. Singh has authored numerous journal and conference papers and has 9 composites. Kon-Well Wang is the Stephen P. He had served two terms as an Associate Editor of the Professor Wang’s main technical interests are in structural dynamics and ASME Journal of Mechanical Design. the ASME N.

He is currently the Technical Editor of ASME Journal of Vibration acoustic microactuator to realize the combined stimulations. A successful and Acoustics. such as structural health monitoring sensors and hybrid cochlear implants. he is developing micro-sensors University of Washington Seattle and actuators for various future applications. insect dynamics. Finally. In particular. cochlear implant. he is studying vibration of flapping wings and pulsating thorax in “Development of Lead-Zirconate-Titanate (Pzt) Thin-Film Microactuators order to develop sensors and actuators for motion control and guidance of dor Inner Ear Hearing Rehabilitation” flapping-wing micro-aerial vehicles. and testing of a piezoelectric-based intra-cochlear microactuator. he is Abstract: Hearing loss is a common disability in aging seniors and people developing microphones and microactuators to enable intra-cochlear who work long hours in noisy environments. dynamics. traditional hearing aid (acoustic-based) has proved to enhance speech Professor Shen is a Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineers recognition significantly. residual stresses. Experimental measurements also indicate that the acoustic microactuator may experience a snap-through phenomenon. Y. (Steve) Shen sensors/actuators. mechatronics. Testing in an aqueous environment shows that surrounding liquid presents significant added mass. August 8 University of California.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 31 Keynote Sessions IDETC/CIE VIB KEYNOTE – MYKLESTAD AWARD LECTURE Biography: Dr. an acute animal test confirms that the intra-cochlear microactuator does produce pressure waves audible to the animal. 31 . and spindle and rotor dynamics. In the area of insect dynamics. his expertise includes PZT thin-film micro- I. cochlear mechanics. including vibrations. Recent medical research he is developing computational algorithms to predict vibration of complex indicates that combination of a cochlear implant (electric-based) and a rotating machines. smart materials. In the area of spindle and rotor dynamics. development requires fusion of knowledge from various fields. and actuation. material science. He received his BS and MS degrees from National Taiwan University. In the areas of PZT thin films. known as a evaluate dental implant stability. (Steve) Shen is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Washington. I will discuss design. piezoelectric coefficients measurements. to stimulate auditory nerves. medical devices. acoustics. I. In this presentation. and audiology. Y. surgeons often place an electrode array in cochlea. A grand challenge is to develop an intra-cochlear (ASME). Major challenges affecting its vibration performance include electric circuit layout. all in Mechanical Engineering.8 mm × 2 μm” to generate pressure waves in cochlea. fabrication. In the area of medical devices. micro-fabrication.8 mm × 0. For patients who are nearly hearing aids. and his PhD degree from the Tuesday. The microactuator employs a lead-zirconate-titanate (PZT) thin film to transversely vibrate a diaphragm of size “0. such as hard disk drives and cyclic symmetric rotors. and fabrication processes. sensing. He is also developing clinical tools to nondestructively deaf. electrode size. 11:00am–12:00pm Room 26 A Professor Shen’s general research area is vibration. Berkeley.

From a business perspective. interdependency linkages and the integration of customer smaller batches. challenges remain in ensuring the quality of such data and in our ability to process that data. and the rise of This industry session focuses on transformative changes to engineering additive manufacturing for production part are just a few examples. 32 . The trend towards more individualized manufacturing and feedback throughout a technology’s development cycle is required to service of products further heightens the need for digital threads to record effectively bring early concepts and ideas to implementation in Ford and trace changes. Systems reconfiguring processes and equipment layouts to deliver more products in engineering. The proliferation of IoT connected Room 4 products. academia. The acceleration of customer driven technologies must still be models of products throughout their service life called digital twins balanced with the stringent requirements auto manufacturers face for Manufacturers intent for digital twins to document product changes and performance. a growing number of stringent yet varied Angela Harris regulations across global markets increase the demand for greater Ford Motor Company Influence of Emerging Trends on Technology Development for Vehicle traceability through digital threads. an OEM’s ability to connect with customers and delivering factory layouts and equipment designs that enable rapidly deliver holistic experiences that meet their needs is essential. digital/physical boundary-crossing technologies are already changing our For example. The new technologies both expand and This presentation will explore the current and future impacts as these change engineering priorities needed to ensure structural integrity. Room 3 Vijay Srinivasan In this session panelists from government. The growth of Internet also discuss their current research and how it is being used to facilitate the of Things (IoT) makes it easier to collect and communicate data. weight. Increasingly. In a rapidly changing automotive market influenced by societal and engineers will also need to engage in engineering for agile manufacturing. will focus on several examples within Ford Research that highlight how the customer mind-set and emerging trends is changing the development PANELISTS process of novel materials and interior technologies. as well as and internet of things are motivating manufacturers to invest in new how engineering. organizations around the world. technological trends. with particular focus on computational coordinate metrology. processes. cost. regulations and environmental impact. product design approaches. There is also growing interest high fidelity computer vehicles. product boundary-crossing technologies continue to gain momentum in reliability. from a technology perspective.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 32 Panel Sessions IDETC/CIE CIE-27-1 – INDUSTRY PANEL Brian Thompson PTC Collaborative Engineering During the Age of Digitalization? The Impact of Physical/Digital Convergence on Engineering As New technologies are speeding the convergence of the physical and Monday. Inc. practices. the demand for measurements in research results to develop new technologies and products. democratization of augmented and virtual reality. These practice resulting from disruptive technology and evolving business needs. developments in 3D printing Computer-Aided Design and Product Lifecycle Mnagement tools. This talk support decision making throughout product lifecycles. manufacturing and service professionals work with data. and industry will National Institute of Standards and Technology share their career experiences about how they progressed from individual Metrology in the Age of Digitization of Manufacturing researchers to lab directors and respected research leaders who select research areas for their organizations to pursue and work to transition As manufacturing is getting digitized. Marc Halpern CIE-28-1 – PANEL Gartner. This Visionary/Facilitator – A Perspective presentation summarizes findings from hundreds of manufacturers across Monday. August 7 more than ten industries and offers recommendations to navigate the 2:00pm–3:40pm changing engineering landscape. In this talk I will outline some of the metrology problems NIST tackling with industry. Panelists will manufacturing has grown in scope and complexity. The greater demand for individualized Interior Environments products heightens the need for systems-centric approaches to designing easily configurable products from product platforms. August 7 digital worlds creating a broad array of new possibilities and challenges for 9:10am–10:50am engineers and their design tools. but advancement of the current state of the art in their individual fields. The Impact of Digitalization on Engineering and Design Priorities Digitalization is compelling new product development leaders to rethink priorities for technologies to adopt and challenging them to change From a Researcher/Technology Developer to an Advanced Technology multiple facets of engineering organizations. and greater flexibility to deliver more individualized products.

the talk will present two relevant research projects that UCLA’s Smart Grid Energy Research Center (SMERC) Richard A. can potentially destabilize the grid when shops.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 33 Panel Sessions IDETC/CIE PANELISTS In the context of the above issues. States such as California have seen a substantial rise in the amount of energy generated Some Mechanical Engineering Departments may be finding themselves at from solar photovoltaics (PV) on rooftops. at universities. reduced outages. and Cyber Physical what are the competing technologies is foundational to the success of Systems are changing the way we design product and service systems. Mechanical Engineer Current advances in microelectronics package design will be reviewed. analytics. August 7 4:00pm–5:40pm The North American electric grid today is witnessing the fastest pace of Room 23 change since its creation about one hundred years ago. advanced predictive analytics technologies for Eric Wong self-aware industrial systems with case studies will be presented. Then we will continue with some of the resulting from intermittency caused by renewables. Understanding what factors into the business case and Industrial Big Data Analytics. An Inventor – Journey of One components is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve and to evaluate. Vaia has been involved with. Raytheon Corp. Electric Vehicles. and CPS for future smart industrial transformation. the ability to maintain the Amit Bagchi structural integrity of the system while protecting the sensitive electronic Naval Research Laboratory A Machine Tinkerer. First. Not only in industrial products and manufacturing systems. Machine Learning. Battery Energy Storage Systems Monday. Electric vehicles (EVs) are being very specific purposes. research and system engineering is paramount in balancing an R&D This presentation will address the trends of predictive big data analytics. While they may be considered as a load. The continuous decline following questions: in the cost of solar PV and lithium ion batteries for EVs is expected to • What is the future of maker spaces. Finally. A Technocrat. organization’s investment between long-term competency development AI. and how are students from further propel their growth resulting in further increase in complexity of traditional engineering backgrounds benefiting from them? balancing the demand and supply of electricity. storage • How do traditional machine shops fit in the picture? Should shops pivot and consumption – is a major area of research for the UCLA Smart Grid away from “production” mentality and embrace rapid prototyping? Energy Research Center (SMERC). AI. this panel will examine maker spaces as a learning added at a significant pace in California thereby increasing the load on the environment and how they are integrated across the fabrication continuum grid at various times of the day. but an active partnership with academic science through can further learn and autonomously optimize productivity and performance. Robust Design for Advanced Microelectronic Packages As electronic system become more complex. increase in the effectiveness of a fabrication spaces that includes a maker space and number of electric vehicles. Wright-Patterson AFB Aerospace Materials: Disrupting the Supply Chain Jay Lee Materials are key to the fruition of revolutionary technologies. . To Be a Makerspace or not to be: Maker Space and Machine Rajit Gadh Shop Synergies University of California – Los Angeles Smart Grid via Distributed Coupling of Solar Photovoltaics. and Cyber-Physical System (CPS) enabled industrial systems will be introduced. and. AI. Methods that have been developed which couple computational analysis Abstract Not Available at Press Time with statistical methods to evaluation these designs and systematically identify critical design and process parameters will be presented. Management and control of each of these distributed energy resources (DERs) – generation. predictive technologies experience. consumer preferences and innovative pricing models to (or should) we overcome the tinkering stereotype for maker spaces? address the above opportunities and challenges would achieve a modern • What are the state of the art technologies that can enhance the grid that allows for higher penetration of renewables. The integration of advanced Can traditional shops and maker spaces mutually co-exist? And how do technologies. The panel will start with each panelist introducing the maker their batteries may be exploited as battery energy storage system (BESS) space and/or machine shop facility at their institution and any special/ devices thereby becoming an asset to compensate for the instability unique aspect that they may have. and future capability. predictive and product demonstration. Second. where access is often restricted. While each of those spaces has scaled up to the level of the entire grid. and thus University of Cincinnati Trends and Recent Advances of Industrial Big Data Analytics. being intermittent. The DEC-4-2 – PANEL benefits of the implementations of these methods to the development of robust microelectronic package designs will be demonstrated. and thus Cyber Physical Systems for Smart Manufacturing Transformation must be risk-reduced and available in the supply chain to impact cutting edge concepts. and. Dominant Innovation methodology will be introduced using case studies. They are the stuff that engineers innovate with. higher energy efficiency. These renewable energy crossroads between more open maker spaces and traditional machine resources. improved grid a machine shop? 33 security and resiliency. military R&D laboratories in guiding development of new materials and It is clear that as more sensors and smart analytics software are integrated manufacturing – design tools within the defense ecosystem.

Sunand Bhattacharya manages its Learning Futures team. client-based sophomore design • Other topics that the panelists would like to share.S. Inc. His cost immersive Virtual Reality applications for products and systems. from the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Olin College Prior to joining Jesse Austin-Breneman Olin College. such as large-scale Mechanical Engineering at MIT.S. and his B. Dr.D./B. management and evangelization of Autodesk’s future influence advocacy in global academia. Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering. Nagel has helped to environment that fosters learning and engagement for all students? develop the Department’s six course engineering design sequence. Biography: As part of the Autodesk Education Experience Group. Autodesk. practitioner interviews and simulations to gain stage design process and methodology and engineering education. Dr. Nagel earned his Ph. His research focuses on system-level Relations. and he is lead instructor of the two-course. • Questions from audience. he is responsible for the strategy. In this role. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Science at Harvard University of Michigan University. Dr. and design systems. insight into issues facing multi-disciplinary design teams working in these fields.D. represent.A. Nagel is investigating the impact of Daniela Faas functional modeling on students’ ability to understand. in Mechanical Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction from Iowa State University. 34 . Her research focuses on developing low complex system designs and product design for emerging markets. Faas was the senior preceptor in design instruction at the John A. Biography: Austin-Breneman earned his PhD from MIT and was a Dr. a sustainability engineering student Sunand Bhattacharya organization. and the impact of student engagement in university maker Olin College spaces on students’ design self-efficacy and student learning.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 34 Panel Sessions IDETC/CIE • What are the must have elements of a fabrication space for schools that are planning to design and or renovate their maker space? Should Robert Nagel traditional shops rethink their tools and equipment to supplement maker James Madison University spaces? • What is the maker space beyond making? How do we design for this? • How do we encourage and develop an inclusive and welcoming Biography: Since joining James Madison University. Faas is currently a research affiliate in the Department of approaches to difficult engineering design problems.S. Biography: Daniela Faas. experience. Faas was a Shapiro postdoctoral fellow in the Mechanical Engineering Department at MIT after receiving her Ph. Currently. Faas graduated from Bucknell University with her M. He is particularly interested in how teams manage competing PANELISTS objectives throughout the design process and formal strategies for helping them do so. Austin-Breneman leads the Global Design Laboratory and he is the faculty advisor for BLUElab. early work uses empirical studies. from Oregon State University. from Trine University—all three in mechanical engineering. Director of Design and Fabrication Operations.S. performs research related to understanding how interventions impact students’ abilities to design and Program Moderator understand systems. in Mechanical Engineering and International Engineering and Research Lab. in Mechanical postdoctoral research associate in the MIT Ideation Lab and the MIT Global Engineering and joint B. his M. Nagel. a strong proponent of undergraduate research. Sunand is a graduate in Industrial Design from the National Institute of Design (NID) in India and holds his terminal graduate degree in Industrial Design and Human Factors from The Ohio State University.

Defense and Automotive Biography: As the head of Computational Multiphysics Systems Lab at the Industries: Status and Promises Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) at Washington D. health and wellness. and Volvo. reduction in throughout this program. maintenance. GE. Theocharis award from the National Academy of Athens. manufacturing. automotive industry is becoming an IoT champion. infotainment services and connected car applications for drivers. degrees in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and his B. technology ecosystem called the Internet of Things (IoT).. Excellence award by ASME’s CIE division and several best paper awards features. electronic gadgets and appliances. and automotive industries using various 3D printing investigator of a new grand challenge effort on “The Science of Layered or additive manufacturing (AM) technologies.S.0 and the co-inventor of 9 inventions. He is a fellow of the ASME and has been Internet of Things using AM technologies (Design for AM). in Applied Mathematics R&D Roadmap. and freeform fabrication. market maturity. the industries also want to explore new He has authored and co-authored more than 260 publications and is designs for functional components and sensors for Industry 4.org). pursued post-doctoral studies at Lehigh University on computational multi- field modeling of continua and Fracture Mechanics. in Civil Engineering and a Ph. United Launch Alliance.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 35 Panel Sessions IDETC/CIE CIE-7-1 – PANEL John Michopoulos Naval Research Laboratory Additive Manufacturing in Aerospace. the 2014 products.Sc. both industry and academia who would share their visions as well as foster turing 3D (IAM3D) Design Challenge in 2014 and served as Chair of the lively discussions on the growing importance of IoT in various domains of Executive Advisory Committee for the 2015 and 2016 ASME Additive the transportation industry over the coming years. M. Simpson is the Paul Morrow Professor of Engineering Design and Manufacturing at Penn State. He has affiliations in Information Sciences & Technology and Architecture and is the co-Director of CIMP-3D Tuesday. He is a recipient of the ASME Ben C. He received his Ph. With a variety of Schlumberger. Simpson CIE-20-1 – SEIKM PANEL Penn State University Smart and Connected Vehicles – Coming Soon to a Place Near You! Biography: Dr. and multidisciplinary design optimization. smart buildings. August 8 (www. including quality control. He helped ASME launch the Innovative Additive Manufac. He is currently the principle aerospace. Dr. and a NSF Career Award. testing and inspection. especially as self-driving Manufacturing and 3D Printing Conference. Sparks Award.D. product family and Room 5 product platform design. the role of and Mechanics from the National Technical University of Athens. The panel will include members from Committee.S. This panel will focus on how IoT is revolutionizing traditional ASEE Fred Merryfield Design Award. PANELISTS Timothy W. production time and flexibility to be used for the variety of repairs. and He has collaborated on projects with a variety of companies. Boeing. etc. and quality control management. LORD Corporation.D. He has been PI or Co-PI on over $25M in funding for 11:00am–12:00pm his research in additive manufacturing and 3D printing. material. Industrial Systems Design. panelists will focus one R&D investments in public-private partnerships. However. IoT has a Concurrent Engineering. in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell. industry best practices.S. multi-material utilization. materials. He is Chair of the ASME quality control – while also enabling personalized in-car experiences and Design. the experiences. Manufacturing. He holds a M. but also current P. And this research provides an indication of the “optimal” design Innovator of the Year award from Wolfram Inc. In particular. 35 . August 8 establishing the science behind additive manufacturing processes and 8:00am–9:00am linking performance to material properties through mechatronic/robotic Room 5 data and specification-driven methodologies. LG. He pioneered the develop- This CIE-AMS panel will discuss the opportunities and challenges on ment of the robotic multiaxial testing for the data-driven inverse multi-scale designing and developing new components with high quality for characterization of anisotropic materials. advantages including the capability of producing sophisticated and His participation in this panel will reflect his insight as developed customizable components. and Fellow in ASME and an Associate Fellow in AIAA. The from the ASME’s CIE division for papers presented in CIE conferences. and he We live in a connected world today surrounded by a network of personal has published over 300 peer-reviewed papers and edited two textbooks. AM offers numerous Deposition Processes for Novel Materials” involving four divisions at NRL. including finally automobiles – seamlessly connected and integrated into a smart Bayer Material Science. GM. and cars hit the road. and Materials Segment Leadership Team and is services that enhance the connected lifestyle of customers.C. and Additive bigger role in the automotive industry than just enhancing end customer Manufacturing. United Technologies. Product Family Design. These design honored with numerous international and national awards including the methods need to be applicable to not only future products. including their Past Chair of the ASME Design Engineering Division (DED) Executive broader safety. mobile devices. the 2015 Research for a given product with respect to cost.cimp-3d. the He teaches courses on Mechanical Design. and has standards in AM. including Tuesday. defense. Michopoulos oversees multi-physics modeling and simulation research efforts. assembly. He is a auto manufacturing processes such as design.

open-source electronic prototyping platform. especially for “gamer” consumers but also a wide Manufacturing range of other applications). has a lot of issues. new open-source electronic prototyping platform. Synthetic computer environments. sometimes called Augmented. We have also seen a trend in customization.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 36 Panel Sessions IDETC/CIE CIE-24-1 – PANEL Jannicke Baalsrud-Hauge Universität Bremen Advancement in Digital Technology Systems. Theodore Lim Heriot-Watt University Furthermore. Room 3 and the legal aspects that come into play. Systems and the transference of knowledge over multiple domains. 36 .” As the number of applications increases. MR allows for physical and digital objects co-exist and interact in real time – thus making the experience more human. August 8 actually engineering process. observed a trend on the use of low-cost devices. We have also seen a trend in customization. training and trouble- shooting assistance. VR Technology is transforming the way we experience and buy cars.e. and options associated with a vehicle – and as well as virtually test drive their vehicle in a variety of environments. enhances their ability to explore them tangibly or virtually and bring them Recently there is an increased emphasis from all automakers of digitizing in transaction with particular design. especially for “gamer” consumers but also a wide In addition to the above. we have observed a shift of interest from Virtual range of other applications). sometimes taken from the gaming industry in industrial applications. details. How VR can be integrated in The purpose of this VES panel is to encourage discussion and exchange education and training for production and logistics? As well as what we of views about current and new trends for Virtual and Immersive/Blended intend to do in collaboration with Industry for training in for example. sometimes named “Blended. interaction with different systems. new challenges are presented to the Ford Motor Company scientific community. since one needs to look 11:00am–12:00pm at the system and process integration. Environment to Mixed ones. Engineering and mass quantities (i. This talk will discuss a few industry solutions to highlight how VR and MR technologies are changing the user experience in the automotive industry. that enhance the How VR is Changing the Face of Automotive User Experience designer’s seeing-drawing-feeling-sculpting and provide a system that extends the designer’s repertoire of physical and virtual prototypes. worlds and augmented reality widely available to mainstream public in mass quantities (i. and entertaining. picking and packaging and as a part of lean labs? In my talk I will also speak about a current VR-related research project ‘Beaconing’ on breaking As the market and/or industrial interest in virtual environments increase. The same approach can be applied to other automotive learning scenarios. Recently Mixed Reality (MR) solutions are also becoming popular for further augmenting the automotive user experience.e. educational barriers with contextualized pervasive and gameful learning new technologies and techniques are proposed.. Usage of VR and Tools for How VR is changing the Face of Engineering Processes Through Design Engineering Integration and Collaboration Related to engineering and industrial design-integration of VR in the Tuesday. the dealership experience – for making car browsing and purchasing more accessible and fun for consumers. Engineering and Manufacturing PANELISTS We have observed a shift of interest from Virtual Environment to Mixed ones. The various issues and topics will be presented and discussed by the Robert Wendrich panel.” As the Pramita Mitra number of applications increases. sometimes Nowadays. Videos and demonstrators are part of this session. easily designed and build. companies are investing billions into making immersive virtual easily designed and build. custom interfaces can be Furthermore. thanks to the availability of 3-D AM technologies as well as named “Blended. In recent years we have approach. VR allows users to take part in a virtual self-guided tour in learning about the various features. companies are investing billions into making immersive virtual worlds and augmented reality widely available to mainstream public in Challenges for VR in the Context of Industrial Design. thanks to the availability of 3-D AM technologies as well as sometimes taken from the gaming industry in industrial applications. Nowadays. such as design.. interactive. In recent years we have observed a trend on the use of low-cost devices. You are invited University of Twente Challenges of Real and VR Worlds in the Context of Industrial Design. custom interfaces can be challenges are presented to the scientific community. and welcome to participate in this event. sometimes called Augmented.

August 8 2:00pm–3:40pm Room 3 Smart manufacturing has tremendous potential to improve quality. productivity. and overall efficiency for manufacturing industries. and simulation technologies that will have far-reaching impacts on smart manufacturing. advanced sensing and instrumentation. the industrial internet of things will play a critical role.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 37 Panel Sessions IDETC/CIE CIE-33-1 – PANEL Manufacturing Today Tuesday. To design and deploy smart manufacturing across the extended and networked manufacturing enterprise. for example: information fusion. This panel will explore research and development opportunities and immediate challenges in smart manufacturing technologies. process monitoring. cost. control and optimization. advanced hardware and software platforms. real-time and predictive modeling. There are various research and technology challenges as well as opportunities. 37 .

Vecchione has nearly 30 years of experience in research and the technology sector. Mr. This event is co-hosted by the focus their work on malnutrition. August 6 5:30pm–7:00pm Intellectual Ventures Room 26 A&B Impact Inventing for Humanity Jump start your conference experience and expand your professional network! Join the ECE Programming Committee for a special 1-1/2 hour networking experience of fun and socializing! Make new connections with A few trends are converging to create new development models for other early career engineers sharing similar interests and/or catch-up with science and engineering to engage with the 3. Design for Manufacturing and the dairy value chain improvements for the developing world. The EGD Forum will Good and IV Lab are involved in new diagnostic technologies for infectious continue placing a spotlight on work that combines academic research with diseases. modeling. In global development. we will spotlight a panel of engineers use case studies from the work of Global Good. But what are the sustainable models – the drivers and networking social. Refreshments will be served.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 38 Special Sessions IDETC/CIE FUTURE-ME SOCIAL MEETUP – KEYNOTE SPEAKER FEATURING BEST PRACTICES FOR NETWORKING Maurizio Vecchione Sunday. resulting in more than $1 billion in shareholder value. . and ASME Engineering for Global Development. These models promise to improve healthcare practice your networking skills.org. Talks and the Q&A session with data-driven analysis. during our professional speed innovation. primarily in connection with translational sciences for science derived from government and academic research and development efforts. all in one big venue. which IDETC 2017 marks the fifth anniversary of the Engineering for Global is commercializing a new nanotechnology platform for cancer-targeted Development (EGD) Research Forum. (MR). We will also explore the role the developing world is assuming in Bring Plenty of Business Cards for Networking reverse innovation. as well as the Institute for society. to explore the best the subject. such as malaria and tuberculosis.5 Billion people living in the old friends to renew your friendships. enhanced vaccine delivery product development and commercialization to achieve scaled impact to technologies. The EGD Forum highlights critically therapeutics and diagnostics. and as CEO of telemedicine pioneer acclaimed research and design initiatives from academia and industry that CompuMed. You will be able to ask specific questions you may have on world’s leading inventors for humanitarian purposes. as well as Room 1 the research and operations of the IV Laboratory and Institute for Disease Modeling. address pressing challenges in emerging markets and developing countries. Vecchione most recently served as CEO of Arrogene. The keynote address and lighting talks will be followed by an Disease Modeling efforts to shape infectious disease policy and programs interactive panel discussion with the audience. and validation of these engineering Under Mr. challenges to create sustainable technology for humanity? Why do so many good ideas and well intentioned efforts fail to achieve scale? We will In addition to the social meetup. Global Good and IV Lab are engaged in solutions are helping improve the lives of millions while also creating a cutting-edge research and invention for the benefit of humanity around foundation for economic development. Mr. Vecchione’s leadership. Mr. internet. Global also a growing interest among early career engineers. with a particular Life Cycle Conference (DFMLC). Mechanisms and Robotics Conference emphasis on the needs of smallholder farmers. This global 38 organization focuses on fostering marine environmental stewardship in children through citizen science. In global health. practices and challenges of Research and Development for low-resource nations. including as a co-founder and member of the board of ReefQuest. The creation. agricultural productivity. ENGINEERING FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH FORUM Biography: Maurizio Vecchione is executive vice president of Global Good and Research at Intellectual Ventures (IV). August 7 Good. His work spans the software. the collaboration between that will cover best practices (first –hand advice and information) for Bill Gates and Intellectual Ventures to invent for humanity and one of the networking. Global Good and IV Lab will be recorded and posted on ASME. he oversees Global Monday. whereby technologies are leapfrogging and disrupting established markets from the developing world to the first world. You will get the rare opportunity to world’s developing economy. and livestock and Design Automation Conference (DAC). take the awkwardness out of meeting new and lift millions out of poverty through the appropriate use of technological people and win prizes. Designing for impact to humanity is global health and global development priorities. Vecchione is also involved in a number of nonprofit initiatives. He has contributed to building nine start-ups and helped launch more than 50 commercial products. wireless and life sciences sectors. IV’s collaboration with Bill Gates to invent and deploy technology 2:00pm–3:40pm specifically focused on improving life in developing countries. In this role. and maternal and child health.

with a Masters in Comparative Caterpillar. safe. Women and children often risk their safety. a and the various technologies it deploys through the Cat Dealer Network. patents and patent applications related to imaging. and effective response to the fuel and energy needs of he developed and led Empire Southwest’s (Empire-Cat) renewable energy crisis-affected populations. public-private partnership hosted by the United Nations Foundation. polluting fires. and many resort to skipping meals. Kathleen has a led the Power Systems service department. families are often Karl Schmitt forced to spend their meagre income on cooking fuel. A robust community of international aid agencies and NGOs exist to provide refugees and IDPs. 39 . In an era of unparalleled human displacement. timely. and other negative coping strategies to Caterpillar Inc. Karl is currently responsible for deployment of consortium of agencies working to facilitate a more coordinated. Kathleen efforts as General Manager of Empire Renewable Energy. a energy management. Kathleen coordinates the Alliance’s co-leadership of the Safe career has focused on power systems product support and renewable Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE) Humanitarian Working Group. Prior to working with the Alliance. Since 2015. He is a member of the Cooking in Crisis: Energy Access for Displaced People American Association for the Advancement of Science. reliable energy access to people impacted by crisis? With more than 1. microgrid solutions via the Global Caterpillar Dealer Network. and nano-bio. During his tenure at Empire he also CLASP’s country offices in India. and sometimes their lives to collect firewood in remote areas – only to cook over smoky. she has been helping to implement the Alliance’s goal of reaching Biography: Karl Schmitt has over 15 years of distributed generation the world’s most vulnerable populations with clean and/or efficient cooking experience within Caterpillar and the Caterpillar Dealer Network. Mr. health. the US. China. Previously.2 billion people lacking access to power. where she coordinated the activities of to commercial and industrial clients. and other essential supplies – but what about access LIGHTNING TALKS to energy and fuel? Dry rations provided by humanitarian agencies must be cooked for long periods of time before they can be eaten. and other crisis-affected people with food. and a BA an assignment as a Six Sigma Black Belt. the Association for Computing Machinery. Companies provide an overview of existing efforts to increase energy access for like Caterpillar who understand distributed generation have played a displaced people. His solutions. Caterpillar Microgrids – Powering Communities and Industry amidst concerns about global climate change. LLC. and provide critical role in the development of this highly innovative market. an appliance Renewable Energy focused on providing turn-key photovoltaic systems standards and labeling non-profit.S. This talk will discuss Caterpillar’s role in developing the market tarian program at the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (Alliance). what can engineers do to help bring clean. with an emphasis on cookstoves and fuels. shelter. He is also a member of the IEEE Spectrum editorial Over 125 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance today. advisory board. He earned a degree in in Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 39 Special Sessions IDETC/CIE An inventor himself. He was twice a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year award and received a DEMO Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves God award from the prestigious DEMO organization. image processing. and the EU. predictable. reduce costs. Manufacturing Engineering at Missouri University of Science and Technology (formerly University of Missouri-Rolla) and an MBA from the WP Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. the global Kathleen Callaghy from the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves will Microgrid Market is expected to surpass $35 billion by 2022. Northern Ireland. As a result. Dealer Network now offers microgrid solutions to remote communities and a variety of industries by leveraging technology from other markets (and Biography: Kathleen Callaghy is the Program Associate for the Humani- products). Karl started his career at background in international peacebuilding. Inc as both a service and product support field manager with Ethnic Conflict from Queen’s University Belfast. Empire served as Program and Operations Coordinator for CLASP. The Cat some “food for thought” on how engineers can contribute. medicine. Vecchione is named on multiple U. Kathleen Callaghy polymer and telecommunications technologies. and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). yet efficient cookstoves and fuel are rarely provided. undercooking.

experimental studies. and build a cohesive community in design for sustainability. but are not limited to: Chris Mattson • Sustainable design principles Brigham Young University • Sustainability of advanced manufacturing technologies A Simple Starting Point for Designing for and/or Assessing the Social Impact of Products • Social factors in design and manufacturing • Sustainability of energy systems Chris Mattson Brigham Young University • Innovative life cycle assessment models Towards a Universal Social Impact Metric for Engineered Products That • Environmental sustainability awareness Alleviate Poverty • Smart systems for sustainability MSNDC-17-1: AUTONOMOUS AND INVITED SPEAKERS CONNECTED VEHICLES Tuesday. tools.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 40 Special Sessions IDETC/CIE DFMLC-13-1: LIGHTNING TALKS ON THE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FRONTIER Samantha Janko Arizona State University Design of an Agent-Based Technique for Controlling Interconnected Monday. There is a Finding Causality in Socio-Technical Systems: A Comparison of Bayesian growing public perception that vehicle automation is a solved problem. DTM and the DFMLC conferences. with a focus on discussing unsettled topics in this area. August 8 Steve Manieri 2:00pm–5:40pm Universita’ Degli Studi Di Parma Room 26 A A Life Cycle Model to Assess Costs and Environmental Impacts of Different *1st half of this session includes the Lyapunov Award Lecture/Keynote Maritime Vessel Typologies (see page 28) Amos Winter and Guillermo F. Each speaker will present a five minute. domain modeling. Georgia Tech including a fundamental change in how we approach mobility. A broad range of MIT cutting edge. Design of an Integrated Cotton Picking System for Small-Scale Indian Agriculture Jungfeng Ma INVITED SPEAKERS Mississippi State University An Experimental Study of Additive Manufacturing Energy Consumption Joshua Every Marcos Esterman Transportation Research Center Inc. smart systems. National University of Singapore formal methodology. Specific topics of interest Expansion Planning of Power Grid Systems include. Michel-Alexandre Cardin The talks will range from design principles to data analytics. Network Structure Learning Algorithms though. August 7 Distributed Energy Resource Transactions 2:00pm–3:40pm Room 22 Mengqi Hu This lightning talk session provides a brief overview of the broad range University of Illinois at Chicago sustainability papers from the DAC. Diaz Lankenau The special session on “Autonomous and Connected Vehicles” features MIT invited presentations by experts in the field. The A Guided Particle Swarm Optimizer for Distributed Operation of Electric purpose is to quickly raise audience awareness of the sustainability work Vehicle to Building Integration going on across the IDETC conferences. timed Aditi Verma 15 slide overview of their full length IDETC presentation. . there remain significant unanswered questions between the state of the art and the future. Flexibility and Real Options Analysis in Design for Long Term Generation educational issues and industrial practices. An overview of the on-going activity in this space 40 provides insight into the current state of automated driving. interdisciplinary topics relevant to sustainable design will be Origins of Design Principles: The Case of Nuclear Reactor Design Projects presented. Rochester Institute of Technology Implementation of an Object-Oriented Life Cycle Assessment Framework Vehicle Automation – Beyond the PR Using Functional Analysis and Systems Engineering Principles Cassandra Telenko Vehicle automation systems stand to change many aspects of our society.

with research focused on vehicle testing Carmine Senatore and active safety system development. contracted to NHTSA’s Vehicle Research and Test Center (VRTC) focusing on developing testing procedures to verify the safety of automated vehicles. Passionate about employee empowerment and engagement. Senatore obtained his Ph. Eric leverages his knowledge and experience to help build and coach successful agile teams.) as a research scientist Exponent. and engineers still face hurdles to bring this technology to market. Since joining maintained. to foster and guide AV testing and ultimately deployment. he has designed and conducted experiments to investigate Map including collection and processing of data. accuracy. Upon Graduation he joined Transportation Research Center Inc. infrastructure required to support them. Josh transitioned to TRC’s R&D division to become the Automated Vehicles: Current Landscape and Future Directions Automated Vehicle and ADAS Lead. communication. Eric Nutt processing. and mining industry. This Mandli Communications presentation will provide an overview of latest AV developments including challenges and opportunities for researchers in this area. and processing systems that support our State DOTs in their mission to He has developed extensive knowledge of vehicle mobility analysis. Dr. national agencies. Senatore was a research scientist at MIT. ownership. a few. Every received his PhD in Mechanical engineering from The Ohio State University. motivated by the desire of enhanced safety. as the leader of large-scale network data collection and delivery projects across the country. a high-tech solutions company developing large-scale data collection how vehicles and robotic systems interact with unstructured environments. agricultural. His current work is focused on creating testing research lab concepts to becoming an impending reality. Prior to joining Exponent. processing. automotive. research institutions. image vehicles with advanced autonomy. With the recent methods for vehicle automation systems. Inc. and sensing technologies. Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) and Mars Exploration Rover (MER) missions. 41 . in conjunction with the construction of In the last decade automated vehicles (AV) have quickly transitioned from TRC’s SMART Center. specializing in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). and private companies to study Inc. with application to the defense. There is also general agreement that. researchers. and of the Polytechnic Institute and State University. reduce traffic deaths to zero by converting vast information into actionable including the development of strategic and tactical tools to support NASA intelligence. Most major communications (V2V). a Base Map must be created and space. and ultimately computing power. vehicle-to-vehicle Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) are a hot topic right now. Before taking on the challenges of strategic planning at Mandli Communi- cations. There exist numerous challenges to achieving a usable Base Exponent. increased mobility and higher efficiency has been facilitated by the advancement in sensing. and standards just to name automotive advanced sensors for the purpose of accident investigations. Yet scientists. Eric oversaw the research and development of data collection vehicles and data processing software — leveraging his Electrical Engineering and Computer Science degrees from UW-Madison to establish Mandli Communications. Inc. sensor fusion strategies for V2V safety applications and the use of update frequency. (TRC Inc. Inc.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 41 Special Sessions IDETC/CIE Biography: Joshua L. Recently. in Engineering Mechanics at Virginia they relate to the future computational requirements of AVs. The Challenges of an Effective Base Map for Autonomous Vehicles Biography: Dr. The fast paced evolution. in order for AVs to become a reality. He has experience with robotic systems. insurance. and developing procedures to release of the Federal Automated Vehicles Policy (FAVP) the National ensure the safety of controlled environment testing and on-road Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) introduced a framework deployments. In this presentation we will explore several of these challenges as Dr. automated vehicle technologies. where he collaborated with Biography: Eric Nutt is the Head of Technology for Mandli Communications.D. Senatore is a Senior Associate at Exponent. and on-road and automobile companies are projecting near-future timelines for commercial off-road vehicle dynamics..

He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from SUNY Stony Brook. Leveraging creative approaches from multiple communities. In 2004. He joined the National particular examples of company and university joint work. will provide an opportunity for PhD ESD. So he figured that. including time spent at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. There. he provided support to others in the field. and obtain an accurate concept of the distinctions decision making in systems engineering and computational design between competitive and non-competitive research proposals.900 total flying hours. Now. resolve issues. He also spent a year in Korea helping to found the discussion will attempt to address these questions through presentation of Systems Engineering Department of Ajou University. Five years faculty members who work on industrial problems may benefit from their later. the next best thing would be to teach it. August 9 8:00am–11:40am National Science Foundation Room 21 This workshop. particularly for submission to the National Science Associate Professor and Morris E. so he decided to go to college to study engineering. couldn’t do design. integrated with the Design for Manufacturing and Life Cycle Biography: Dr. like technical work in other venues. postdoctoral fellows. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with NSF of Mechanical Engineering. he company benefit from involving academic researchers in their product roamed industry and academe in an attempt to understand the theory of development efforts? What benefits do academic researchers gain from an engineering design. objectives and develop research plans in ways that lead to competitive He holds an academic appointment at Texas A&M University where he is research proposals. Science Foundation in 1982 and. CMMI Room 1 Industrial development efforts. also from a particular approach or technical perspective. he couldn’t teach it either. 1996. he found that his education had utterly destroyed constrained. since the formation of the CMMI Division. His personal research interests include personnel directly. can benefit from multiple approaches to design optimization or technical issue Biography: George Hazelrigg enjoyed designing and building things when resolution. Foster Faculty Fellow I in the Department Foundation. he did a stint as Station Science Leader of the U. and technical backgrounds may produce better. if he in a wide spectrum of engineering and science disciplines. August 9 10:00am–11:40am National Science Foundation. became program director for the Engineering Design program where. he had obtained MA. Mechanical and students. Richard Malak currently serves as Program Director for the (DFMLC) Technical Conference.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 42 Special Sessions IDETC/CIE DFMLC-12-1: NSF CAREER PROPOSAL WRITING WORKSHOP – HOSTED BY DFMLC Richard Malak Wednesday. So he felt it necessary to get a just in case the latest technical challenge requires or could possibly benefit master’s degree. in 1996. University. and MS and PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. and he is a certified flight instructor in gliders (CFI-G) with about 1. he was young. from NCE. INVITED SPEAKERS INDUSTRIAL COLLABORATION PANEL George Hazelrigg Wednesday. On the other hand. While getting his MS. For the next 25 years. association with industrial development? What are the difficulties and General Dynamics. How specifically can a how to do design. SYS and DEMS programs in the Division of Civil. He completed an MS in mechanical engineering. 42 . or otherwise improve process and product Engineering (now New Jersey Institute of Technology) and went to work development for the benefit of a company. In January. more robust He obtained a BS in mechanical engineering from Newark College of product designs. university faculty represent an enormous pool of deep technical expertise however. and faculty to learn how to frame research Manufacturing Innovation (CMMI) of the National Science Foundation. he has been Deputy Division Director. he did some teaching and liked it. Princeton University and a consulting firm of which he challenges inherent to building cross-community teams? This panel was a co-founder. for eight years. and it is expensive to keep a varied technical staff on hand his abilities to do engineering design. disciplines. but still hadn’t regained his design abilities. Furthermore. Corporate budgets are typically for Curtiss-Wright. Students methods. South Pole station. and PhD degrees in aerospace perspective and insights gained through their involvement in product engineering from Princeton University. and faculty at all stages of their careers are likely to benefit from this an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon workshop. he became Program Director for the Manufacturing Machines and Equipment program and. he spends his weekends soaring over the Shenandoah Valley. For relaxation. MSE.S. in addition to not knowing development initiatives and issue resolution.

vibrational devices. Polytechnic Institute. processes and helped establish R&D programs in Microscale Dynamics. He leads a team mechanical systems with an emphasis on understanding and utilizing of engineers to apply innovative dynamics tools and methodologies to nonlinear behavior for engineering applications. Olson joined JHU/APL in 2006 after receiving the 1983. Myklestad Award. Valeo. Ford.D. Biography: Bruce Geist is an applied mathematician and Technical Fellow at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. and at FCA for more than 17 years. B. His current research solve complex interdisciplinary problems that affect programs of national activities focus on the interplay of nonlinearity and noise in small-scale importance. including the NTSB Bruce Geist I-35W Bridge Collapse. and structural dynamics and mechanical CAD to aerospace projects including a powertrain and vehicle efficiency. in Engineering Mechanics from the applied number theory and cryptography. leading the Structural Mechanics Group with responsibility for companies such as FCA. and Honda.D. He has partnered and built collaborative leadership role in the development and support of the space shuttle. He has 12 granted patents and University of Wisconsin. and DARPA. Steve frequently consults for automotive companies and legal firms. His interests are in the general field of dynamics and vibrations of BS.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 43 Special Sessions IDETC/CIE PANELISTS Steve Shaw Brian Olson Michigan State University Johns Hopkins University Biography: Steve Shaw serves as Harris Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Florida Institute of Biography: Dr. Aerospace. Colwell Merit Award. C and J-2X rocket in an effort to deliver solutions to his employer. and structural evaluation of the James Webb Space Telescope. Delta and Atlas Launch vehicles. Dr. and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Technical Assessment Team. Physics Laboratory (JHU/APL). Mary Baker is President and Technical Director of ATA on topics ranging from engine component design and optimization to Engineering Inc. the SAE Arch T. staff. from Rensselaer ATA Engineering Inc. and the Jim developed control schemes to improve precision manufacturing ASME N. engines. from Caltech and in 2014 was others pending. He has been with the labs for 24 years Fellow and recipient of the Henry Ford Customer Satisfaction Award. the RL10A. coupled Structural Acoustics. and a Ph. MS and PhD degrees from Michigan State University. the design of micro. He has published in multiple applied mathematics and engineering journals Biography: Dr. a M. and Ph. vehicle calibration and control. Brian Olson is a Senior Engineer and Section Supervisor in Technology and is also affiliated with the departments of Mechanical the Air and Missile Dense Sector at Johns Hopkins University Applied Engineering and Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University. space relationships with university faculty from a number of different universities station. the serving as post-doc. . Mary was part of a team that has brought new methods in transmission components and systems.5M multi-university/ industrial EPSRC grant on Engineering Nonlinearity in the UK and has Sandia National Laboratories served as a member of the ASME Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound and as the Vice Chair of the SIAM Dynamical Systems Activity Group. The Deep Water Horizon Accident. loads analysis of the Mars Science Laboratory. Among his technical contributions. At FCA. and an M. He has been working as an applied mathematician in industry for more than 22 years. Laboratories. Steve is a fellow of ASME National Security applications. and Ph. He holds a B. Throughout this project work the role and focus of Mary and the ATA team has been on developing better test and analysis methods to support the design of highly 43 engineered mechanical products. AFOSR. in Mathematics from University of New Mexico.S. and manager. Biography: Jim Redmond is a Senior Manager at Sandia National His research has been supported by the US National Science Foundation. and Re-entry simulation.and nano-scale resonators for sensing and signal processing applications. currently working in powertrain simulation Mary Baker and computer aided engineering. in Mechanical Engineering all for North Carolina State University. he has carried out applied mathematical work awarded the Caltech Distinguished Alumni Award for leadership in to assist in design and optimization of engine components and systems. O. He is a James Redmond currently a member of the Steering Committee for a £4. the largest university affiliated research He earned his PhD in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics from Cornell in center in the nation.S. Jim holds BS and MS Fiat Chrysler Automobiles degrees in Aerospace Engineering.S. ASME Henry Hess Award. and the development of vibration absorbers for use in automotive powertrain components. She received a B.D. and the Department of stewarding computational simulation capabilities to support a diverse set of Defense through ARO.S. He has been called upon to support national emergency response teams.

Scott Ferguson. 44 . Beshoy Morkos. posters. Kemper MR-3-2. August 8 10:40am–12:00pm Ballroom Foyer Session: MR-3-1 and MR-3-2 Students have submitted written essays on their vision for the future of Wednesday. We gratefully acknowledge support from NSF Grant Number CMII-1440457. Judges will evaluate the quality of the work. Rahul Renu. Challenges in the Design of Complex Systems MECHANISMS AND ROBOTICS INTERACTIVE SESSION Tuesday. Jitesh Panchal. Essay winners have received funding to attend this year’s IDETC The Compliant Mechanisms papers presented as lightning talks during the and present their work in the form of a poster. of the session. August 7 9:10am–10:50am Room 26B Presentations will be made by the finalists of the 2017 MSNDC Best Paper Award Competition. technical presentation during the MR-11-1 session at 8:00am in Room 25B. Student Mechanism and Robot Design Competition will deliver a traditional See page 87 for a list of presentations. Half of the papers will be open for interaction during the first part Lewis. See page 66 for a list of presentations. These essays have been judged by a panel of 8:00am–9:40am and 10:00am–11:40am faculty from across the United States. MSNDC PAPER COMPETITION Session: MSNDC 18-1 Monday. August 7 4:00pm–5:40pm 8:00am–9:00am and 9:10am–10:50am Room 26C Room 25B and Ballroom Foyer Presentations will be made by the finalists of the 2017 MSNDC Best Students competing in the undergraduate and graduate divisions of the Student Paper Award Competition. This contest has been going on since Room 9 and Ballroom Foyer / 25C 1998 and at least ten previous winners have gone on to become faculty members. August 9 design and manufacturing. See pages 126 and 133 for a list of presentations. and answers to questions to help determine the competition winners. and the remaining papers for the second part so as to enable the authors to engage with each other.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 44 Competitions & Poster Sessions IDETC/CIE MECHANISMS AND ROBOTICS MSNDC STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION Session: MSNDC 19-1 Session: MR-11-1 and MR-11-2 Monday. Following the morning coffee break the students will then present posters ASME / NSF STUDENT DESIGN detailing their design processes and completed prototypes (in the Ballroom ESSAY COMPETITION Foyer). August 7 Monday. David Jensen. We would like to thank this MR-3-1 session will be open for interactive poster presentation in session year’s reviewers: Bryony DuPont. and Joshua Summers.

and Abstract: The objective of this workshop is to expose the audience to information visualization. What makes Ballroom Foyer some design teams “click” and flourish. including (1) Special Issue presented. CIE has sponsored 12 and tools for developing effective design teams: travel stipends for students to attend the conference and present their • Bridging cognitive gaps – Tool: Kirton’s Adaption-Innovation research. to improve and/or understand the design of cutting-edge topology optimization techniques. Stanford University Session: CIE-26-1 Abstract: In both industry and academia. Pennsylvania State University Neeraj Sonalkar. CIE Division invites its graduate students to prepare posters fail? In this interactive workshop. and to present this work in this session. EFFECTIVE DESIGN TEAMS Sunday. creating High Performance Design Teams developed by Stanford and Penn State engineering educators with support from the National Science Foundation. In research to the community and to receive feedback on their early efforts particular. “how” they interact. tools. or empirical studies of engineering Board (IMB) software. The fee associated with each session is $25 unless noted otherwise. participants will explore the following research-based principles from the CIE community. developing effective design teams and practice new tools that address This session serves as a forum for these students to introduce their “who” is on the team. To assist in this endeavor. Session: DFMLC-14-1 Tuesday. while other teams flounder and Each year. Special Issue on Data Science-Enhance Manufacturing in the Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering. and Room 14 technologies advancing the field of Data Driven X for the Life Cycle. August 8 W1: TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION THROUGH EXAMPLES AND CASE 9:10am–10:50am STUDIES Ballroom Foyer Sunday. The top-4 submissions will present their poster via a 5-minute elevator pitch in front of a live panel of W2: DESIGN WHODUNIT: THE WHO. CIE hopes that these students will return in subsequent years to Inventory (KAI) present their results in the form of research papers. 9:00am–12:00pm Room 20 CIE GRADUATE STUDENT POSTER SESSION Organizers/Presenters: Kathryn W. WHAT. University of Wisconsin Primary drivers of each presentation are on applying data-driven techniques. multi-body topology optimization problems will be outpour of special issue callouts in key journals. AND HOW OF judges. and “what” they produce. Recent developments in integrating topology optimization and on Data-Driven Design (D3) in the Journal of Mechanical Design and (2) additive manufacturing will also be discussed. predictive analytics. we will present fundamental principles for representing their research efforts. either through development of new software. August 8 sport” that relies on the successful coordination and collaboration of 4:00pm–6:00pm multiple players to solve complex open-ended problems. A primary motivator for this poster session is the recent solving multi-load. August 6 This student poster competition provides a platform for graduate students 9:00am–4:00pm to present their work in a special session targeting methods.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 45 Workshops & Tutorials IDETC/CIE DFMLC STUDENT POSTER COMPETITION Workshops and Tutorials are available to all registered attendees. including exploratory analysis. The latest research findings based on this framework will also be shared with workshop participants. Strategies for posing and the life cycle. 45 . August 6 See page 98 for a list of presentations. Jablokow. • Building shared mental models – Tool: The Idea Mapping application and evaluation of software. engineering design is a “team Tuesday. These principles and tools are part of a new framework for modeling and See page 121 for a list of presentations. Organizer: Krishnan Suresh. • Tracking team interactions – Tool: Interaction Dynamics The posters addresses current research in the Computers and Information Notation (IDN) in Engineering community.

Okudan Kremer. Using experimental study. geometric accuracy or the need to recreate the solid model as a mesh. Oregon State University Kathy L. manufacturing and supply chain analysis. In addition to demonstrating this technology using commercial cloud based CAD software. who is addressing it and how. The workshop provides a W4: LAB EXPERIMENTS ON INDIVIDUAL AND INTERACTIVE new language to speak about complex situations that is intuitive and DECISION MAKING IN DESIGN powerful. and d) gaining cyberlearning tools. University of Arkansas << CANCELLED >> Jitesh H. The goal of this workshop is to provide a Kamyar Raoufi. problematic aspects. Sustainable engineering tools are either limited in scope or process of designing lab experiments with human subjects. followed by a hands-on responsibility – all pertinent to sustainable product development. this workshop will examine the current state of sustainable engineering education and will introduce the CooL:SLiCE platform. The workshop will consist of a set of to design. continuous solutions for stresses and strains. Geometry is immersed in an automatically the workshop.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 46 Workshops & Tutorials IDETC/CIE W3: CLOUD BASED DESIGN AND INTEGRATED FINITE ELEMENT W5: THE PSI MATRIX FRAMEWORK OF DESIGN ANALYSIS Sunday. Integrating CAD and 3 decades of research on design originated at the Engineering Design finite element analysis has been difficult using traditional finite element Research Center at Carnegie Mellon University and continuing in three method due to the challenges of translating complex geometry into a finite continents with numerous people. Jackson. Wayne State University has been significant progress in using normative theories to support design Gul E. more complex cases will be analyzed and at the various types of analysis including static and dynamic structural analysis as end. Iowa State University decision making. University of Florida. The workshop has four learning Abstract: Engineering educators have few tools at their disposal to facilitate objectives: a) understanding the benefits and challenges in using effective learning of the broad topics encompassed by sustainable controlled lab experiments in design research. Gainesville University Darren Henry. b) understanding the engineering. August 6 W6: USING CYBERLEARNING TO ENABLE SUSTAINABLE 8:00am–12:00pm ENGINEERING EDUCATION Room: To Be Determined Room 21 Organizers/Presenters: Zhenghui Sha. The framework is a culmination of element analysis will be presented at this workshop. Wayne State University design is relatively recent. Purdue University Ilias Bilionis. introduce mesh independent finite element analysis based on an immersed The framework has been presented in conferences and workshops in the boundary approach that allows accurate CAD models to be used without last 5 years and reported in papers. Purdue University Organizers/Presenters: Karl R. Sunday. such as the CooL:SLiCE platform introduced in this familiarity with modern software platforms for conducting lab experiments workshop. Thus. The outcome of these group discussions will be presented at the workshop. In this workshop. Pennsylvania State University Abstract: Decision-making is at the core of engineering design. Subsequently. and propose solutions. identify its well as thermal analysis and coupled simulations. its latest version will be presented at any modification for analysis. The framework is composed of 3 similar levels addressing generated background mesh and used for analysis without any loss in what/why of the problem being addressed. we will The workshop will provide an introduction to the framework through simple provide a tutorial on the underlying methodology and its application to exercises. The framework allows understanding several aspects that influence the This approach also enables the use of B-spline elements that provide success or failure of projects and their critical interrelationships. Panchal. active participation. Tel Aviv University Eswaran Subrahmanian. August 6 << CANCELLED >> 9:00am–12:00pm Room 24 Organizers/Presenters: Yoram Reich. Oregon State University platform for discussion of the state-of-the-art research of human-subject Kijung Park. Onshape Abstract: The PSI matrix is a framework for understanding complex design Abstract: Recent advances towards full-cloud CAD and integrated finite situations and improving their outcome. Kumar. Participants will envision new approaches to educating engineering students about sustainability topics in formal and informal 46 . Carnegie Mellon Organizers/Presenters: Ashok V. we will continues to be developed and serve as a method we use in our projects. provide the opportunity to scaffold the learning of topics related in interactive decision making. Haapala. the participants. While there Kyoung-Yun Kim. It has guided us in projects and element mesh in a fully automated fashion. divided in small groups will analyze a case. open statistical techniques for analyzing behavioral data. and environmental presentations related to the learning objectives. Pennsylvania State University experiments on understanding individual as well as the interactive decision-making in engineering design. Psenka. c) learning require costly licenses and/or specialized domain knowledge. the use of experimental methods for decision making in Carolyn E.

Finally. Oregon State University laptop and to create a couple of slides beforehand for their research using the following tutorial: http://www. how to conduct a literature review. These approaches may make use of CooL:SLiCE and/or other W9: EFFECTIVE TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION: THE ASSERTION- cyberlearning tools using a constructionist learning approach to EVIDENCE APPROACH supplement conventional engineering education. exams and final engineering suffer because the talks are unfocused. students from the design community will present best practices and com ways to identify/avoid the common pitfalls that students face. this workshop will support the development of a network processes. design aspects and design guidelines along with several real of people within the community from underrepresented groups and life examples and applications of aluminum alloy materials commonly used others who are interested in supporting the inclusion and growth of in automotive and other applications will be discussed. Basic mechanical and material properties. This suitable for audience with associate degree.. Participants are recommended to bring a laptop with an internet Sunday. In addition. North Carolina State University confidence. Abstract: The objective of this workshop is to create a forum for students attending the IDETC/CIE conferences to learn about and discuss research Participants will also receive a free copy of the book: The Craft of Scientific practices that maximize productivity and research efficiency. In this Sunday. This lack of focus project will be presented and discussed.D. In addition to skill other non-metals. To this workshop. how to develop a research plan) to social skills (how to work with your lab-mates. 4-year engineering degree or workshop will be the eighth annual workshop event of the Broadening to postgraduate students and practicing engineers. W8: SUCCESS AS A STUDENT RESEARCHER: MAXIMIZING YOUR This workshop presents the assertion-evidence approach (http://www. Kettering University underrepresented groups. 1:00pm–6:00pm Room 16 W7: LIGHTWEIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES . assessment tools such as homeworks. Topics will range from research skills (e. 47 . interested in developing a course on this theme will be provided. Tips to faculty Participation Committee of the ASME DED. how to build research networks). Faculty and Presentations by Michael Alley: http://www.assertion-evidence. Ph.g. Discussion will take place via presentations and open question/discussion periods. participants are encouraged to bring a Bryony DuPont. manufacturing development. It is expected that student attendees will also have opportunities to build cross-university relationships and ramp up their excitement for the conference. Our research has found that assertion-evidence talks are Room 15 more focused and much better understood by audiences. August 6 approach.DESIGN WITH Organizer/Presenter: Michael Alley. Also. Participants will work in **Pre-Registration / Approval is required to participate in this workshop. PRODUCTIVITY AND EFFICIENCY assertion-evidence. tips for using ‘Blended learning’/‘Flipped class room’ will be provided and From an audience’s perspective. The workshop is underrepresented groups within ASME DED and their success.craftofscientificpresentations. leads to much noise. The workshop is designed to provide graduate students and faculty members with professional development activities and Abstract: The workshop focuses on the teaching and learning (T&L) of to give them the opportunity to make connections with an international lightweight technologies using non-ferrous materials such as aluminum and network of supportive researchers in their field.com/tutorial. August 6 connection for the working sessions. our students (even those initially nervous about making presentations) *Students Only – No Charge report that using the assertion-evidence approach has given them more Organizers/Presenters: Scott Ferguson.html. many presentations in science and discussed. groups to develop plans for implementing these approaches in their own settings. Pennsylvania State University ALUMINUM Abstract: The goal of the workshop on Effective Communication: The Assertion-Evidence Approach is to provide a professional development << CANCELLED >> experience and opportunity for community and networking within the Design Engineering Division (DED) of ASME that supports and mentors Organizer/Presenter: Raghu Echempati. the speaker builds the talk on key messages supported by 1:00pm–5:00pm visual evidence.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 47 Workshops & Tutorials IDETC/CIE settings.com) to designing scientific presentations. Much of the problem arises from speakers following PowerPoint’s defaults and building their talks on phrase headlines supported by bulleted lists. which reduces the understanding by the audience.

And most of new functions are invented from producer’s perspective. however. universal and spherical are Room 20 presented. August 6 rewards or as products. Nowadays: bipeds. This tutorial covers some recent engineers and applied researchers. very closely associated with motivation.e. We community to apply well-developed kinematic theories and computational have been trying to explore new markets by providing products with better tools to the design of DNA-based nanorobots and nanomachines. hexapods. nanorobots for applications such as targeted drug delivery.. the nanometer scale. which we call DNA Origami Mechanisms (DOM). a practical knowledge Abstract: In control theory. prismatic. most likely the practicing using DNA as a functional material. Brigham Young University Abstract: After reviewing the fundamental beam theories. We have been MECHANISMS trying to meet their expectations. These nanomechanisms can be a central part of it is to pay attention to the psychological needs of our customers. Italian Institute of Sunday. as Sunday. etc. Italian Institute of Room 19 Technology Organizer/Presenter: Zhiqiang Gao. and diversification and personalization come from their expectations to satisfy nanomanucturing. disturbance rejection. etc.. noise sensitivity. researchers and practitioners to see how the control problems in a particular domain of applications are T5: DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF DNA ORIGAMI MECHANISMS reduced to their essence. including command following. quality or with new functions. We will also present a list of technical challenges and their intrinsic motivations and their needs to grow. The steps as well as the necessary software and experimental methods for designing DOM with DNA origami links and joints are detailed. disturbance rejection is one of many competing on modelling legged robots. robust stability.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 48 Workshops & Tutorials IDETC/CIE T1: MODELING NONLINEAR DEFLECTIONS IN COMPLIANT much more satisfied if things meet their intrinsic motivations. The short simulation code will enable the participants to quickly test the idea of ADRC and to make seamless the integration of ADRC with Abstract: DNA origami nanotechnology is a recently developed self- the domain knowledge and skills of a particular engineering branch. The Ohio State University comprehensive understanding of Active Disturbance Rejection Control Carolos Castro. It is assembly process for design and fabrication of complex 3D nanostructures through such integration that users of ADRC. We Room 13 should pay more attention to process values and we should consider how we can get our customers involved in product development.e. recently developed methods and their use for kinetostatic Sunday. But if we pay more attention to their intrinsic 1:00pm–4:00pm needs. this workshop provides the audience with a Organizers/Presenters: Haijun Su. The designs of kinematic 1:00pm–5:00pm joints including revolute. August 6 strategically to function as kinematic joints. we can satisfy our customers more with less time and efforts. biosensing. in practice. In fact. 8:00am–12:00pm Room 13 Organizers/Presenters: Ferdinando Cannella. Organizer/Presenter: Guimin Chen. we presented the designs of Bennett four-bar Abstract: The goal of this tutorial is to share the basic idea how important and crank-slider linkages. this tutorial will discuss major challenges in modeling nonlinear deflections in compliant T4: DESIGN OF MULTIBODY LEGGED ROBOTS mechanisms. as their on-going efforts such as design automation and computational modeling. quadrupeds. Keio University To demonstrate the designs. based on extrinsic motivation. etymologies indicate. August 6 Technology 1:00pm–5:00pm Mariapaola D’Imperio. i. are quickly becoming an important part of the mobile mechanisms. Through the exposition 1:00pm–4:00pm of the basic design principles and how they are applied in the context of Room 21 engineering problem-solving. But product quality is almost saturating and it becomes increasingly difficult for customers to recognize how much 48 improved their product quality is. These nanomechanisms. cylindrical. August 6 available at our disposal to solve these problems. i. that is front and center in the mind of design engineers. Organizer: Shuichi Fukuda. control design objectives. which function as rigid links. One of the These challenges could also be opportunities for mechanism and robotics imminent issues of engineering is how we can explore new markets. it is often THE design objective then it is important to have the basics in their modelling. Cleveland State University Abstract: The Tutorial aims at giving the attendees. connected T3: NEW VALUE CREATION THROUGH EMOTIONAL ENGINEERING by highly compliant single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) strands arranged Sunday. and what tools are Sunday. The Ohio State University (ADRC). This workshop provides an opportunity for students. Emotion is. August 6 modeling of compliant mechanisms. are made by integrating relatively stiff bundles of double-stranded DNA (dsDNA). Italian Institute of T2: ACTIVE DISTURBANCE REJECTION CONTROL: AN EMERGING Technology INDUSTRIAL CONTROL TECHNOLOGY Giovanni Gerardo Muscolo. will be able to take advantage of it progress in applying DNA origami to design kinematic mechanisms at freely in solving the pressing problems of today. But psychology teaches us that people are .

include: Product Life Cycle. domain-ontology modules extending across major and macro scales. The inherent nature of memory. 3) Fractional mechanics in classical sense Materials and Material Attributes. or long range dependence.” Fractional calculus Ram Sriram. Modules under consideration/development mechanics (FOMech)” by covering 1) Motivations and real world needs. particulate Ian Grosse. In addition the IOF community is (Bagley-Torvik) (3) Fractional Euler Lagrange mechanics. more and more “anomalous” behaviors Lausanne are being observed in materials such as porous medias. University at Buffalo Abstract: This tutorial will give an introduction of a new emerging field of Barry Smith. University of California. 4) Fractional considering Basic Formal Ontology (BFO) as a unifying top-level ontology. This workshop will focus on introducing “fractional order areas of digital manufacturing. Amherst systems. and the workshop will include an introduction to the use of BFO in ontology alignment together with a series of presentations outlining the goals and initial test modules of the Foundry. Core Product Model. interoperable. 49 . As mechanics Dimitris Kiritsis. or long range interactions in the mechanic Abstract: The workshop will provide an overview of different aspects of the systems at the smaller scale prompts us to take a look of the modeling Industry Ontology Foundry (IOF). Ecole Polytechnique Federale de goes into micro and nano world. University of Massachusetts. University at Buffalo study known as “fractional order mechanics (FOMech). public. 2) Mathematical foundations. Opportunities for interaction will be provided at every stage in the agenda. meso. August 6 1:00pm–5:00pm Organizer/Presenter: YangQuan Chen.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 49 Workshops & Tutorials IDETC/CIE T6: FRACTIONAL ORDER MECHANICS – AN INTRODUCTION T7: INDUSTRY ONTOLOGY FOUNDRY: A STRATEGY FOR PROMOTING DATA INTEROPERABILITY ACROSS THE ENTERPRISE << CANCELLED >> Sunday. variational principle. It turns out that. Traditional Technology (NIST) calculus uses integer order differentiation or integration. soft matters etc. IOF is an initiative involving academic and tools we are using. or hereditary. using integer order calculus based industrial partners in a collaboration managed by NIST to create a suite of tools may limit our insight into the mechanical behaviors at all micro. Merced Room 24 Organizers/Presenters: Kemper Lewis. Functional Basis. National Institute of Standards and is about differentiation or integration of noninteger order.

and a person v v v whose action serves as a role model for other educators to emulate.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 50 Awards IDETC/CIE ASME SOCIETY LEVEL AWARDS COMPUTERS AND INFORMATION IN ENGINEERING DIVISION S.P. thesis of the year in the area of computers and information in engineering.D development. research. Dedy Ariansyah. mission. scholarship and impact on the next generation of engineers. contributions to the progress in the application of computers in engineering. Giandomenico Caruso. v v v Recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions to the safe design of products through teaching. Sreenivasan The University of Texas at Austin Zhenghui Sha MACHINE DESIGN AWARD Purdue University Recognizes eminent achievement or distinguished service in the field of BEST PH. and professional accomplishments. Recognizes a promising young investigator who authored the best Ph. Daniele Ruscio. THESIS / DISSERTATION machine design which is considered to include application. and Monica Bordegoni v v v BEST PAPER AWARD IDTEC2017-67850: Driving Simulator System To Evaluate Driver’s Workload Using ADAS In Different Driving Contexts 50 v v v .V. interactions with students and industry. Okudan Kremer Iowa State University Monica Bordegoni ASME RUTH AND JOEL SPIRA Politecnico di Milano OUTSTANDING DESIGN EDUCATOR AWARD DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Recognizes a person who exemplifies the best in furthering engineering Recognizes a person for dedicated service in support of the CIE Division’s design education through vision.D. or teaching of machine design. v v v v v v Kon-Well Wang Rahul Rai University of Michigan .Ann Arbor University of Buffalo – SUNY J. DEN HARTOG AWARD YOUNG ENGINEER AWARD Recognizes lifetime contributions to the teaching and practice of vibration Recognizes a promising young investigator who is making outstanding engineering. Madison DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Saeed David Barbat Ford Motor Company BARNETT UZGIRIS PRODUCT Recognizes a person for dedicated service in support of the CIE Division’s SAFETY AWARD mission. research. v v v v v v Gul E. v v v Krishnan Suresh University of Wisconsin.

v v v John Steuben. Doris Aschenbrenner. DESIGN ENGINEERING DIVISION and Satyandra Gupta CAPPD TECHNICAL COMMITTEE Vijay Kumar BEST PAPER AWARD University of Pennsylvania IDETC2017-68269: System State Monitoring to Facilitate Safe and Efficient ROBERT ABBOTT AWARD Human-Robot Collaboration in Hybrid Assembly Cells For valued services on behalf of the Division. v v v Klaus Schilling. Krishna Kaipa. and the Engineering Profession. John Michopoulos. the Society. v v v Farhad Ameri and Ramin Sabbagh SEIKM Technical Committee BEST PAPER AWARD Shrinath Deshpande and Anurag Purwar Stony Brook University IDETC2017-67652: A Thesaurus-Guided Text Analytics Technique for A. LEONARDO DA VINCI AWARD IDETC2017-67811: Towards an Analytical. YANG MEMORIAL AWARD IN THEORETICAL KINEMATICS Capability-Based Classification of Manufacturing Suppliers v v v Recognizes the authors. of the best theoretical kinematics paper at the Mechanisms & Robotics Conference. Athanasios Iliopoulos. T. and Virginia Degiorgi AMS TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST PAPER AWARD Lei Zuo Virginia Tech. Nicolas Maltry. A Lifetime Service Award to recognize a Society v v v Member or Staff Member who has served the Division beyond the call of duty. v v v 51 . and Jouke Verlinden VES Technical Committee Guangbo Hao BEST PAPER AWARD University College Cork COMPLIANT MECHANISMS APPLICATION AWARD IDETC2017-67790: An Exploration Study for Augmented and Virtual Reality Enhancing Situation Awareness for Plant Teleanalysis v v v For contribution to the state of the art in compliant mechanism theory or application.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 51 Awards IDETC/CIE Carlos Morato. Computational and Experimental Framework for Predicting Aging of Cathodic Surfaces For eminent achievement in the design or invention of a product which is v v v universally recognized as an important advance in machine design.

overall leadership in advancing the field of Design Theory and Methodology. Recognizes sustained and meritorious contributions to research. Vladimir V. Urbana Champaign to the design research. Frederico Ballo. education. Vantsevich The University of Alabama at Birmingham v v v THAR ENERGY DESIGN AWARD Sreekalyan Patiballa and Girish Krishnan The Award recognizes individuals who have made significant contributions University of Illinois. O. INVESTIGATOR AWARD v v v AVT TECHNICAL COMMITTEE Recognizes a paper that makes a significant original contribution to the BEST PAPER AWARD theory or practice of mechanisms and has the potential to enhance the public good. MOTE JR. Los Angeles LYAPUNOV AWARD COMPLIANT MECHANISMS THEORY AWARD For life long contributions to the field of nonlinear dynamics.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 52 Awards IDETC/CIE Ali Hatamizadeh. Recognizes sustained meritorious contribution to research in Design Automation v v v v v v I. v v v Massimiliano Gobbi and Gianpiero Mastinu A Semi-Analytical Tire Model for the Peter Sandborn University of Maryland. v v v 52 . Yuanping Song Giuseppe Rega and Jonathan B.. Giorgio Previati. EARLY CAREER AWARD University at Buffalo DESIGN AUTOMATION AWARD Presented to an early-career recipient who demonstrates research excellence in the field of vibration and acoustics. MYKLESTAD AWARD University of California at Berkeley DESIGN THEORY METHODOLOGY AWARD In recognition of a major innovative contribution to vibration engineering. Y. D. innovation and product design in the areas related FREUDENSTEIN YOUNG to energy engineering. training of researchers or practitioners. (Steve) Shen University of Washington Seattle Alice M. v v v service. For contribution to the state of the art in compliant mechanism theory or application. v v v v v v Alper Erturk Georgia Institute of Technology Kemper Lewis C. Hopkins Sapienza University of Rome University of California. College Park Study of Tire/Rim Interaction on a Road Vehicle KOS ISHII-TOSHIBA AWARD v v v For sustained and meritorious contributions to design for manufacturing and the life cycle. Agogino N.

Clinton Morris.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 53 Awards IDETC/CIE AVT TECHNICAL COMMITTEE DTM TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD BEST PAPER AWARD Alberto Doria. v v v and Mohammad Younis DFMLC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST PAPER AWARD Electrothermally Actuated Microbeams with Varying Stiffness v v v Ardeshir Raihanian Mashhadi and Sara Behdad MR TECHNICAL COMMITTEE Demystifying the Relationship between Use-Phase Attributes and BEST PAPER AWARD Energy Consumption: A Case Study of Personal Computers Robert J. Milad Mohammadi Darani. and Slava Krylov DEC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST PAPER AWARD On The Usage of Berger’s Model for Electrostatically Actuated Circular Curved v v v Sunghoon Lim. Lang and Larry Howell v v v Rigidly Foldable Quadrilateral Meshes from Angle Arrays v v v 53 . Guanglu Zhang. Double-Layer Nerve Guide Conduit with Palisade Poly(lactic-co-glycolic Carolyn Conner Seepersad. and Frederico Moro and Venkatesh Shankar Improvement of Harvesters for Tires by Means of Multi-Physics Simulation Product Performance Evolution Prediction by Lotka-Volterra Equations v v v v v v DAC TECHNICAL COMMITTEE DTM TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST PAPER AWARD BEST PAPER AWARD Connor Sharpe. Kathryn Jablokow. Nouha Alcheikh. Daniele Desideri. Tucker MNS TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST PAPER AWARD Quantifying the Mismatch between Course Content and Students Dialogue in Online Learning Environments Sherif Tella. Daniel McAdams. Haberman v v v DTM Technical Committee Bayesian Network Structure Optimization for Improved Design Space Mapping for Design Exploration with Materials Design Applications BEST PAPER AWARD v v v Lior Medina. and Conrad S. Alvise Maschio. and acid) Tube Wrapped by Microporous Chitosan–Collagen Composite Michael R. Ching-Wen Li and Gou-Jen Wang Benjamin Goldsberry. Cristian Mede. Rivka Gilat.

p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 54 Awards IDETC/CIE VIB TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD David Tan and Alper Erturk On The Origin Of The Nonclassical Softening Nonlinearity In Mems/Nems Cantilevers v v v VIB TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD J. Leamy Uncertain Parameter Estimation Approaches for Increasing the Effectiveness of Command-Shaped Engine Restart Strategies v v v VIB TECHNICAL COMMITTEE BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD Kai Wu and Weidong Zhu A New Global Spatial Discretization Method for Two-Dimensional Continuous Systems 54 . Justin Wilbanks and Michael J.

2017 Design Engineering Division Executive Committee Meeting 3:00pm–9:00pm Room 12 MONDAY. 2017 Industry Academic Relations Subcommittee Meeting 11:40am–1:15pm Room 17 55 . 2017 DED – Vehicle Design (AVT) 12:00pm–1:00pm Room 17 DED – Power Transmission and Gearing (PTG) 4:00pm–5:30pm Room 16 TUESDAY. AUGUST 7. AUGUST 8. AUGUST 9. Info. 2017 CIE Division – General Meeting 7:45pm–8:45pm Room 3 CIE – Advanced Modeling & Simulation (AMS) 6:30pm–7:30pm Room 4 CIE – Computer-Aided Product and Process Development (CAPPD) 6:30pm–7:30pm Room 3 CIE – Systems Engineering. & Knowledge Management (SEIKM) 6:30pm–7:30pm Room 5 CIE – Virtual Environments and Systems (VES) 6:30pm–7:30pm Room 2 Design Engineering Division General Committee Meeting 2:00pm–5:00 pm Room 17 DED – Design Automation (DAC) 6:30pm–8:00pm Room 7 DED – Design Education (DEC) 4:00pm–5:40pm Room 23 DED – Design for Manufacturing and the Life Cycle (DFMLC) 4:00pm–5:40pm Room 22 DED – Design Theory and Methodology (DTM) 6:00pm–7:30pm Room 21 DED – Mechatronic & Embedded Systems & Applications (MESA) 4:00pm–5:40pm Room 19 DED – Mechanisms and Robotics (MR) 7:00pm–9:00pm Room 11 DED – Micro & Nanosystems (MNS) 5:40pm–7:00pm Room 14 DED – Multibody Systems & Nonlinear Dynamics (MSNDC) 6:00pm–8:00pm Room 26B DED – Vibration and Sound (TCVS) 6:00pm–8:30pm Room 26C DED Research Committee on the Mechanics of Jointed Structures 4:00pm – 5:30pm Room 26C WEDNESDAY.p4-55 FrontMatter_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:39 PM Page 55 Committee Meetings IDETC/CIE TIME ROOM SUNDAY. AUGUST 6.

this year’s organizers have created sessions that offer a more diverse agenda and may easily be attractive to attendees within varying disciplines.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 56 Technical Program IDETC/CIE As we strive to continue cross collaboration amongst multiple technical areas. Below is a listing of the specific sessions that include the above mentioned collaboration: CIE-29 DAC-8 DAC-8 CIE-29 MNS-2 VIB-12 MNS-4 MR-5 MNS-8-1 VIB-12 MR-5 MNS-4 MR-6 MSNDC-16 MSNDC-10 VIB-10 MSNDC-14 VIB-17 MSNDC-16 MR-6 MSNDC-2 VIB-3 MSNDC-4 VIB-6 MSNDC-5 VIB-4 MSNDC-6 VIB-16 MSNDC-7 VIB-8 MSNDC-9 VIB-14 VIB-10 MSNDC-10 VIB-12 MNS-2 VIB-12 MNS-8-1 VIB-14 MSNDC-9 VIB-16 MSNDC-6 VIB-17 MSNDC-14 VIB-3 MSNDC-2 VIB-4 MSNDC-5 VIB-6 MSNDC-4 VIB-8 MSNDC-7 56 .

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Iowa State University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Robert E. Fraunhofer-Institut für Entwurfstechnik USA. Heriot-Watt University. Diaz Lankenau. KY. USA A COMPARISON OF VARIETY METRICS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. Paderborn. Guillermo F. Ann Arbor. Germany. MD. Brooklyn. Heriot-watt University. Brandon D. ON. Paderborn Session Organizer: Barry Kudrowitz. United Kingdom. Paderborn University. Damon Chen. Midland. Ames. DETC2017-67528 Sascha Brandt. Toronto. Shanna Daly. Pawel Sawicki. Heinz Nixdorf Institute. Cleveland. USA Session Organizer: John Oliva. Luke Bromback. Maryland. Aberdeen Proving Ground. H. Technical Paper Publication. Penn State University. Scotland. Claudius Jähn. Jason Hartwig. Rutgers University. Riverdale. DETC2017-67261 AUTOMATIC DERIVATION OF GEOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF Jieun Kwon. Kathryn Jablokow. L. Penn State University. Theo Lim. Heinz Technical Paper Publication. MI. Germany MN. OH. New York University. Germany. University A VIRTUAL CMM INSPECTION TOOL FOR CAPTURING PLANNING of Michigan. Maria Gerges. USA SIMILARITY BY 3D REGISTRATION ANALYSIS OF A SIMPLIFIED BLADE DESIGN TO FACILITATE WIND ENERGY PENETRATION IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD Technical Paper Publication. Dow Performance Silicones. ROOM 5 8:00AM–9:00AM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. ON. University of Toronto. DETC2017-67519 Dimitrios Anagnostakis. Astera S. AUGUST 7. Manhattan College. USA Technical Paper Publication. Minneapolis. Guitron. 2017 DFMLC-11-1: ENGINEERING FOR GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT CIE-1-1: AMS GENERAL I EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. University of Maryland. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67593 REFORMING Shane Carberry Mogan. Shu. North Rhine-Westphalia. North Rhine-Westphalia. Toronto. Malvern. ROOM 22 8:00AM–9:00AM CONCOURSE LEVEL. Richard Dewar. USA OBJECT REORIENTATION AND CREATIVE PERFORMANCE Technical Paper Publication. Dow Performance Silicones. CT. Michelle Durrnagel. University Park. Jan Berssenbrügge. University of Toronto. Enschede. New STRATEGIES Brunswick. University. University of Minnesota. Thanh Danh Anthony Ngo. Shu. Technical Paper Publication. Edinburgh. Dow Performance Silicones. Matthew R. Ana-Maria Olteteanu. Angelantonio Tafuni. Jon Kimberlain. NJ.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 58 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE MONDAY. DETC2017-67831 Joseph Brucculeri. Barry Kudrowitz. MD. James Ritchie. USA. Bernardo. Jarid Ingebrand. Paderborn. Lance Evans. NY. DETC2017-68411 Zahra Shahbazi. USA CIE-21-1: VES I DTM-1-1: CREATIVITY IDEATION I CONCOURSE LEVEL. Rahul Nechlani. Session Co-Organizer: L. Larry Carbary. Canada United Kingdom . Georgia. Midland. USA Tucker. USA. USA Ashwani Gupta. DETC2017-68129 NASA Glenn Research Center. NY. NY. Netherlands Canada EXAMINING THE FIDELITY OF ON-THE-FLY ASSEMBLY INSPECTION DIVERGENT THINKING ABILITY + INTEREST = CREATIVE IDEAS: WITH A LOW-COST RGB-D CAMERA EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN COGNITIVE CREATIVITY ASSESSMENTS AND PRODUCT DESIGN IDEA GENERATION Technical Paper Publication. Brooklyn. Buffalo.H. COMPONENTS FROM 3D POLYGON MODELS Minneapolis. ROOM 3 8:00AM–9:00AM Session Organizer: Cassandra Telenko. Stamford. Iowa State University. IDE at University of Twente. Session Co-Organizer: Ashwani Gupta. ROOM 20 8:00AM–9:00AM Session Organizer: Sascha Brandt. Steven P. Germany McKilligan. USA INFLUENCE OF DISTRIBUTED REACTION REGIME ON FUEL Technical Paper Publication. USA. Manhattan College. University of Maryland. Tang. PA. Iskender Sahin. NY. Bautista. DETC2017-68231 Rafael Radkowski. Elizabeth-town. USA. USA. Richard Scenna. Paderborn. Renishaw plc. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge. IA. MI. Ames. USA Hamid Khakpour Nejadkhaki. Georgia Institute of Technology. Bremen. CFD STUDY OF AN AUTONOMOUS SUBMARINE IN Moritz Lippert. Jennings. IA. Cyril J. MN. MD. GA. University of Minnesota. Matthias Fischer. DETC2017-67513 58 Scotland. USA. USA. John Hall. Edinburgh. University at EXTRATERRESTRIAL SEAS Buffalo. Bremen Spatial Cognition Center. New York University. Cambridge. USA. Daniel Henderson. Yi-Meng Sylvia Hu. AUTOMATED QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF TERMINAL TREE BRANCH Amos Winter. John Oliva. Seda Mechatronik IEM. MA. DOD. Wendrich. DETC2017-68132 Technical Paper Publication. Raymond Sung. Edinburgh. MA. MIT. PA. MI. Eli Silk. USA USA DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED COTTON PICKING SYSTEM FOR SMALL- HYPERELASTIC MATERIAL MODEL SELECTION OF STRUCTURAL SCALE INDIAN AGRICULTURE SILICONE SEALANTS FOR USE IN FINITE ELEMENT MODELING Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67502 Nixdorf Institute. Kevin Helm. USA. DETC2017-67589 Brittany N.

Oulu. Franco Milicchio. Brigham Young University. DETC2017-68000 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. MA. Giulia Lanzara. USA MODE PARALLEL ROBOT Presentations Not Available at Press Time Technical Paper Publication. Lafayette. DETC2017-68116 Session Organizer: Longqiu Li. University of Rome. Session Organizer: Mary Frecker. Giulia Lanzara. Shanghai. National Taiwan University of Science and WING AIR VEHICLE WITH FLIGHT TEST DATA Technology. Rome. Larry L. College Park. Lei Zuo. ROOM 9 8:00AM–9:00AM Giovanni Formica. University of California. Michael McCarthy. Rome.0 Technical Paper Publication. IN. Irvine. USA. Pennsylvania State University. Michela Talo. Blacksburg. VA. Toledo. TN. Harbin. DETC2017-67926 Session Organizer: Amos Winter. USA. USA. Stony Brook. NY. Italy. DETC2017-68599 Arnaldo Casalotti. MI. USA Italy SEMICONDUCTOR TO METAL TRANSITION STUDY OF OXIDIZED MR-8-1: FLYING ROBOTS VANADIUM THIN FILM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Walter Lacarbonara. Rome. Romatre. China HYSTERESIS OPTIMIZATION IN CARBON MR-4-1: ORIGAMI-BASED ENGINEERING NANOTUBE/THERMOPLASTIC NANOCOMPOSITES DESIGN KEYNOTE Technical Presentation. US Army Research Laboratory. USA BALLROOM LEVEL. University of Maryland. Blacksburg. USA. Brookhaven National Lab. University of RomeTre. USA. University of Park. ORAL PRESENTATIONS NY. USA COMBINED USE OF PROJECTION HISTOGRAMS AND SURFACE FITTING DESIGN OF THE I-BOOMCOPTER UAV FOR REMOTE SENSOR MOUNTING Technical Paper Publication. Harbin Institute of Technology. MD. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Finland. Feng Gao. Italy. CA. Rome. University University of RomeTre. DETC2017-68266 Peter Lee-Shien Wang. Edinburgh. USA Session Co-Organizer: Joshua Bishop-Moser. Hugh Bruck. University of Rome. Aberdeen Proving Ground. University of Michigan. David Cappelleri. DETC2017-67904 Session Co-Organizer: Tapio Heikkilä. OH. Heriot-watt University. France. Italy FROM MICROMACHINES AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS TO SELF-ACTIVATED MORPHING CARBON FIBER COMPOSITES VIA SPACECRAFT: HOW ORIGAMI-BASED ENGINEERING CAN IM-PACT CYCLIC INTERNAL STRESSES OUR WORLD Technical Paper Publication. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. USA University. USA DESIGN OF A SPATIAL SIX-BAR FLAPPING WING MECHANISM FOR MESA-19-1: MECHATRONICS AND COMBINED CONTROL OF SWING AND PITCH INDUSTRY 4. Rome. OBJECT RECOGNITION AND POSE ESTIMATION BASED ON Satyandra Gupta. VA. The University of Toledo. ROOM 11 8:00AM–9:00AM Technical Paper Publication. Xianwen Kong. MIT. Chengwei SURFACE ENGINEERING Zhang. NY. Provo. Howell. USA Rome La Sapienza-disg. UT. Tapio Heikkilä. Los Angeles. ROOM 13 8:00AM–9:00AM WALKING ROBOTS Technical Paper Publication. Purdue University. ROOM 25B 8:00AM–9:00AM Session Co-Organizer: Kwun-Lon Ting. Upton. Arindam Chowdhury. Stony Brook. Stony Brook University. Heilongjiang. Oulu. CA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 59 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MR-1-1: PARALLEL SYSTEMS I MR-11-1: STUDENT MECHANISM & EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Virginia Tech. West Lafayette. J. PA. Nantes. Romatre. Finland John Gerdes. IN. Tennessee Technological Session Organizer: Brian Trease. ROOM 19 8:00AM–9:00AM EXPERIMENTAL POWER MODEL IDENTIFICATION OF A FLAPPING Session Organizer: Po Ting Lin. MD. Purdue University. USA University. Stony Brook Session Co-Organizer: Pinhas Ben-Tzvi. DETC2017-67913 Jari Ahola. CNRS/LS2N. Cambridge. Oulu. Ming Lu. Taiwan Technical Paper Publication. Taipei. Scotland COMPLEXITY CRITERIA FOR THE PRELIMINARY DESIGN STAGE OF EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-67284 MNS-5-1: FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS AND Damien Chablat. WORKSPACE AND SINGULARITY ANALYSIS OF A MULTI- Arbor. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd. Virginia Tech. ROOM 10 8:00AM–9:00AM ROBOT DESIGN COMPETITION – Session Organizer: Anurag Purwar. China Da Xi. DETC2017-67315 Technical Paper Publication. Finland 59 Daniel McArthur. USA Shifeng Yu. USA . DETC2017-68012 Keynote Presentation. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. Ann KINEMATICS. Irvine. Shuyu Wang. University of Southern California. Cookeville. Italy.

New York. DETC2017-67153 Minghui Yao. ELECTROMAGNETIC COMBINED VIBRATION ENERGY HARVESTER Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. University of Pisa. IL. BALLROOM LEVEL. Blacksburg. Beijing University of Technology.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 60 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE DEXTEROUS GRIPPER SYNTHESIS FROM MODULAR FINGER MSNDC-6-1: TIME-VARYING AND TIME-DELAY APPROACH SYSTEMS I [ Cross-listed with VIB-16 ] Technical Paper Publication. Carlo Canali. OH. Chongqing. Ancona. USA. China Session Organizer: Alfonso Fuentes-Aznar. DETC2017-67405 OPTIMIZATION OF HYPOID GEAR DESIGN AND TOOTH CONTACT Hong-Xiang Zou. Haolin Ma. Beijing. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA IOT ARCHITECTURE FOR THE PROCESSING OF DATA COLLECTED BY BIFURCATION TREES OF PERIODIC MOTIONS IN A PARAMETRICALLY A CENTRAL VACUUM CLEANER EXCITED PENDULUM Technical Paper Publication. Ferdinando Cannella. [ Cross-listed with VIB-3 ] Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Shanghai. DETC2017-68407 Aerospace Control Technology Institute. TX. USA AN IMPULSIVELY-EXCITED BISTABLE VIBRATION ENERGY HARVESTER USING MAGNETICALLY COUPLED FLEXTENSIONAL Session Co-Organizer: Robert Handschuh. College of Mechanical Engineering Beijing University of EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. IL. Polverigi (AN). DETC2017-67206 TRANSFERS AND HARVESTING – 1 Albert Luo. Genova. Beijing. Italy. China China. Adriano Mancini. Baocang Zhou. Pengfei Liu. TX. China ROBUST DESIGN OF FACE-MILLED SPIRAL BEVEL GEARS FOR MINIMUM NOISE AND MAXIMUM LOAD CAPACITY WITH STOCHASTIC MISALIGNMENTS Technical Presentation. Università Politecnica delle Yu Guo. China. Xin-Sheng Wei. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. VA. Rochester Institute of Technology. Marche. Session Organizer: Bo Yu. Wichita Falls. Chongqing. Teik Lim. Shanghai Technical Paper Publication. Universidad Politécnica de 60 Cartagena. Fort Worth. Beijing. USA. Li Yu. Chongqing University. Italian Institute of Technology. China RESEARCH ON CALCULATION OF UNLOADED TRANSMISSION ERROR OF PLANETARY GEAR TRAIN CAUSED BY ECCENTRICITY Technical Paper Publication. Ancona. Rochester. Shilong Wang. Wei Zhang. DOUBLE- BALLROOM LEVEL. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. China. Italy PERIODIC MOTIONS AND BIFURCATION TREES IN A PARAMETRIC DUFFING OSCILLATOR MSNDC-2-1: NONLINEAR ENERGY Technical Paper Publication. Massimo Guiggiani. Ramón Ruiz Orzáez. IL. DETC2017-67463 Shuaidong Zou. Italy. Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione–DII. Rama Pollini. Edwardsville. Shanghai. Guangjian Wang. Mirco Sturari. Chongqing. Virginia Tech. DETC2017-67210 THE EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON A BISTABLE PIEZOELECTRIC- Albert Luo. Universit Politecnica Delle Southern Illinois University. DETC2017-67708 Nahian Rahman. Chongqing University. Edwardsville. Cartagena. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Spain. Wen-Bo Li. Shouli Sun. Yawen Wang. China. IL. Edwardsville. DETC2017-67797 Technical Paper Publication. NASA Glenn Research Center. University of Wisconsin-Platteville. ROOM 26C 8:00AM–9:00AM Darwin Caldwell. Chongqing University. Cincinnati. IL. Ignacio Gonzalez-Perez. China. Platteville. Italy WI. DETC2017-68487 Alessio Artoni. Midwestern State University. USA PERIOD-3 MOTIONS IN A PERIODICALLY FORCED. Rochester Institute of Technology. Albert Luo. TRANSDUCER Cleveland. Southern Illinois University. China. Zongyan Hu. Edwardsville. Beijing University of Technology. Shanghai Jiao Tong ANALYSIS University. Guang Meng. Chongqing. ROOM 26B 8:00AM–9:00AM WELL DUFFING OSCILLATOR WITH TIME-DELAY Session Organizer: Wei Che Tai. Beijing. University of Cincinnati. Siyuan Xing. OH. Shanghai. Sen Wang. DETC2017-67161 Marco Contigiani. Beijing University of Technology. Wen-Ming Zhang. USA Marche. DAMPED. USA Technical Presentation. Southern Illinois University. Dongxing Cao. Italy. USA . Rochester. USA. The University of Texas at Arlington. Ancona. ROOM 16 8:00AM–9:00AM Technology. USA. Italy. USA. Edwardsville. Pisa. NY. Genova. Genoa. Advanced Industrial Automation lab. Alfonso Fuentes-Aznar. USA PTG-1-1: GEAR GEOMETRY (1) Technical Paper Publication. Emanuele Frontoni. Italy. Italy.

J. Beijing. MI. Indiana University. China. University of Maryland. IL. Georgia Institute of Technology. OH. Chengzhi Shi. New Delhi. Fort Worth. Teik Lim. Delhi Technological University. University College of Medical Sciences. Baltimore. ROOM 25C 8:00AM–9:00AM Lowell. Delhi. Technical Paper Publication. University of Texas Rio Ankit Saxena. OH. USA. University of Maryland. Columbus. Indianapolis. USA Session Organizer: Ryan L Harne. Sir Ganga Ram Hospital. DETC2017-68549 Ahmet Kahraman. DETC2017-67889 CORRECTION OF MULTIPLE TRANSDUCERS MASSES EFFECTS FROM T. OH. David Talbot. TX. USA DYNAMIC TRANSMISSION ERROR MEASUREMENTS FROM SPUR 2017 C. Alper Erturk. Indianapolis. Julio Beatriz. China. USA. India TOWARDS THE OPTIMAL CROWN-TO-IMPLANT RATIO IN DENTAL Student Competition Paper. University of Connecticut. Mrudang Mathur. Indianapolis. Ohio State University. University of Ontario Inst of New Delhi. USA Session Co-Organizers: Massimo Ruzzene. DETC2017-67516 Tien-Min Chu.. Yung-Ting Hsu. New Delhi. Anwesha Chattoraj. USA Technical Paper Publication. Guoan Tang. VA. University of Detroit Mercy. Shaoshuai Hou. Chongqing. Sego. Technical Presentation. 61 Xiaodong Zhou. TX. USA Ohio State University | OSU. New Delhi. Session Co-Organizer: Ebrahim Esmailzadeh. A NEW GLOBAL SPATIAL DISCRETIZATION METHOD FOR TWO. Delhi. DETC2017-67314 Brian Anichowski. Carbondale. Delhi. TN. China. GA. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. IN. India. IN. Cooley. USA. Tennessee Technological University. Georgia Institute of Tech. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Delhi. USA Indianapolis. Grande Valley. DETC2017-67729 BALLROOM LEVEL. Delhi. Columbus. VA. DETC2017-68297 IMPLANTS Kai Wu. Innovator Lab Consultants India Pvt Ltd. Chongqing University.. USA Tang. Sujay Shad. Delhi Technological University. USA. Christopher G. TX. Beijing Institute of Control Engineering. USA . Canada COMPUTATIONAL EVALUATION OF THE HAEMODYNAMIC ELECTROSTATICALLY ACTUATED M/NEMS WITH CASIMIR EFFECT: PERFORMANCE OF A NOVEL PROSTHETIC HEART VALVE PRIMARY RESONANCE COMPARISON BETWEEN THREE METHODS Technical Paper Publication. Virginia Tech. DETC2017-67305 ASSESSMENT OF UNCERTAINTY EFFECT IN PIEZOELECTRIC Aiqiang Zhang. The Ohio State University. USA A HYBRID ANALYTICAL-COMPUTATIONAL METHOD FOR NONLINEAR BIOMED-1-2: WEARABLE & IMPLANTABLE TECHNOLOGIES II GEAR DYNAMICS Technical Presentation. IN. Delhi. Innovator Lab Consultants India Pvt Ltd. DETC2017-67967 Xiang Dai. DETC2017-67934 Chongqing University. USA Technical Paper Publication. ON. Delhi Technological Valley. USA VIB-2-1: STRUCTURES AND CONTINUOUS EVALUATION OF PARAVALVULAR LEAKAGE IN A NOVEL MECHANICAL HEART VALVE PROTOTYPE SYSTEMS I Technical Paper Publication. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. India. ROOM 21 8:00AM–9:00AM Southern Illinois University Carbondale. University of Massachusetts Lowell. GEARBOX DRIVEN BY RING GEAR CONSIDERING GRAVITY CA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 61 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE PTG-3-1: GEAR DYNAMICS AND NOISE (1) VIB-15-4: MECHANICAL AND ACOUSTIC EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Fudan University. Rohan Shad. Weidong Zhu. The University of Texas Wangbai Pan. DETC2017-67218 Mrudang Mathur. Jing Wei. Virginia Tech. The Ohio State University. China. Indianapolis. Blacksburg. ROOM 15 8:00AM–9:00AM METAMATERIALS IV Session Organizer: Murat Inalpolat. Anwesha Chattoraj. Chongqing. India Tech. GA. University College of Medical Sciences. Ohio State University. Christian Reyes. Delhi. ROOM 25A 8:00AM–9:00AM Ankit Saxena. New Delhi. New Delhi. Edinburg. Columbus. Baltimore County. USA University. METAMATERIAL Datong Qin. USA. Atlanta. Columbus. Shanghai. DETC2017-67773 Technical Paper Publication. USA. COUPLED DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF WIND TURBINE Atlanta. USA OH. Baltimore. Jun Wang. Jr. MA. CT. EARLY CAREER AWARD LECTURE: GEAR PAIRS HAVING TOOTH INDEXING ERRORS METAMATERIAL CONCEPTS FOR ELASTIC WAVE FOCUSING AND HARVESTING Technical Paper Publication. MD. Indiana University-Purdue University Parker. Cookeville. China. New Delhi. Chongqing. BALLROOM LEVEL. THE MEASURED FRFS IN. USA. Edinburg. Berkeley. OH. D. Session Organizer: Dumitru Caruntu. India. Award Lecture. Jiong at Arlington. Detroit. China. Oshawa. USA Jun Ren. Baltimore Ct. Dumitru Caruntu. MD. New DIMENSIONAL CONTINUOUS SYSTEMS Delhi. India. Storrs Mansfield. Andres Tovar. Kwun-Lon Ting. Wuhan. USA India. University of California Berkeley. Chongqing University. Session Co-Organizer: Ahmet Kahraman. University of Texas Rio Grande Delhi. USA. Hubei University of Technology. USA. MOTE JR. Robert Session Organizer: Andres Tovar. Rohan Shad. Blacksburg. India. Columbus.

Canada Mario Covarrubias Rodriguez. José E. Moustafa El-Gindy. China CONCOURSE LEVEL. Waterloo. James Ritchie. AL. Heriot-watt University. Milan. University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Zhenghong Lu. USA CONCOURSE LEVEL. DETC2017-68100 Marc Halpern. Milan. Univeristy of Ontario Institute of Technology. ROOM 4 9:10AM–10:50AM OPTIMIZATION OF NOVEL CORNER MODULE FOR URBAN ELECTRIC VEHICLE Session Organizer: Marc Halpern. MA. ROOM 24 9:10AM–10:50AM Robert E. Edinburgh. Scotland IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM FOR TREATMENT OF Birmingham. Dearborn. Wenlong Dong. CT. ON. Villa Beretta Rehabilitation Center Technical Paper Publication. MI. DETC2017-67025 Valduce Hospital. Mauro Rossini. PTC. University of Ontario institute of technology (UOIT). University of Luis DeCasenave. Gartner. Gartner. Canada. ON. DETC2017-68586 Technical Paper Publication. Mayaguez. Italy Angela Harris. Canada USA. DETC2017-67560 Aparajithan Sivanathan. DETC2017-67878 Institute of Technology. DETC2017-68139 DURING THE AGE OF DIGITALIZATION? Shuai Cheng. DETC2017-68588 DIGITALIZATION AND 3D SCANNING TO EXPLORE HIDDEN SHAPES IN Brian Thompson. USA Allison Waters. Milan. China Panel. Haoxiang Lang. DETC2017-67240 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-68228 Oshawa. Beatrice OPTIMAL COLLISION-FREE PATH PLANNING FOR AN AUTONOMOUS Aruanno. Xiaoxue Liu. Mohamed Abdel-Wahab. United Kingdom. Enschede. Canada. Heriot-Watt 62 University. The University of Waterloo. USA HANDLING PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT VIA STEERING REACTIVE CIE-27-1: CIE INDUSTRY PANEL: TORQUE DESIGN BASED ON INTEGRATED DRIVER-VEHICLE MODEL COLLABORATIVE ENGINEERING Technical Paper Publication. The University of Alabama at Ruben Kruiper. Oshawa. ON.. Bloomfield Township. MI. Canada. Inc. DETC2017-68190 Session Co-Organizer: Pramita Mitra. Beijing. DETC2017-68589 Ancona. China. Netherlands Panel. Stamford. Wendrich. USA PHANTOM LIMB PAIN (PLP) Session Co-Organizers: Schalk Els. USA Technical Paper Publication. Gaithersburg. Oshawa. Italy. ON. Tsinghua University. Franco Molteni. Beijing. Monica Bordegoni. Politecnico Di Milano. Netherlands. Oshawa. IDE at University of Twente. Costa Masnaga. Jing Ren. Inc. PR. DETC2017-68587 CIE-22-1: MPS I Vijay Srinivasan. United Kingdom . Theo Lim. Jian Song. Session Organizer: Vladimir V Vantsevich. Valduce Hospital. Polytechnic University of Marche. MD. Villa Beretta Rehabilitation Center. Tsinghua University. Scotland. Amir Khajepour. CT. Hatfield. Alma Leopardi. Edinburgh. Politecnico Di Milano. Ontario institute of technology (UOIT). Stamford. ROOM 5 9:10AM–10:50AM THE IMPACT OF PHYSICAL/DIGITAL CONVERGENCE ON Session Organizer: Robert E. Italy. Mayaguez. Moustafa El-Gindy. Italy. Italy Amr Mohamed. Birmingham. Politecnico MULTI-WHEELED COMBAT VEHICLE di Milano. USA METROLOGY IN THE AGE OF DIGITIZATION OF MANUFACTURING Liangyao Yu. University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. Sheng Zheng. PR. Jinghu Change. ON. ON.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 62 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE AVT-1-1: ADVANCES IN GROUND VEHICLE ROBUST UNCONVENTIONAL INTERACTION DESIGN AND HYBRID DYNAMICS AND CONTROLS TOOL ENVIRONMENTS FOR DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PROCESSES Technical Paper Publication. University of Ontario Technical Paper Publication. University of Puerto Rico. Ford Motor Company. Scotland. South Africa. DETC2017-67318 DEVELOPMENT FOR VEHICLE INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTS Maura Mengoni. Needham. Edinburgh. Beijing. Italy. Scotland. IDE at University of Twente. Tsinghua. University of Pretoria. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Scott Mcgibbon. Technical Paper Publication.. USA A CYBER-PHYSICAL GAMING SYSTEM FOR VOCATIONAL TRAINING Technical Paper Publication. ASSEMBLY REVIEW USING VIRTUAL REALITY ENABLED CAD Oshawa. ENGINEERING Enschede. Panel. Heriot-Watt University. Edinburgh. Ford Motor Company. THE IMPACT OF DIGITALIZATION ON ENGINEERING AND DESIGN Canada PRIORITIES PEDAL ACTUATOR OF DRIVER ROBOT BASED ON FLEXIBLE MANIPULATOR Panel. Lugo. Heriot Watt University. Costa Masnaga. USA ARCHEOLOGICAL ARTIFACTS INFLUENCE OF EMERGING TRENDS ON TECHNOLOGY Technical Paper Publication. Wendrich.

ROOM 10 9:10AM–10:50AM USING ARDUINO PROJECTS Session Organizer: Damien Chablat. Marc Weissburg. USA. OH. AL. Philadelphia. Buffalo. Arvind Shankar Raman. Atlanta. USA Università Politecnica delle Marche. USA Session Organizer: Bryony DuPont. DETC2017-68141 Technical Paper Publication. LIFECYCLE TOOLS AS A SUPPORT FOR THE ECO-DESIGN Session Co-Organizer: Zahra Shahbazi. Rome. Penn State. Kuan-Lun Hsu. Marco Mandolini. Marta Rossi. University Park. Cookeville. Bryony DuPont. USA. Italy. Manhattan College. VA. Stamford. Blacksburg. USA. USA. OR. University Park. Karl Haapala. Parma. USA. Virginia Tech. Tennessee Technological University. CAD PLATFORM INDEPENDENT SOFTWARE FOR AUTOMATIC Claudio Favi. Ancona. 84. OR. Gul Kremer. Hoboken. USA A DESIGN FOCUSED ENGINEERING OUTREACH TO MIDDLE SCHOOL EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Università degli Studi di Parma. Oregon State Spencer. Alessandra Papetti. USA Kevin Lesniak. Tuskegee Inst. CNRS/LS2N. Kwun-Lon Ting. VA. Università Politecnica delle Marche. DETC2017-67612 Sanchit Ingale. Cincinnati. The Pennsylvania State University. PA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 63 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DAC-20-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE DFMLC-2-1: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND CONCOURSE LEVEL. PA. North Carolina State University. Italy. USA USA. Fabio Gregori. PA. Politecnica Delle Marche. Italy GRADING OF TECHNICAL DRAWINGS DESIGNING SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING NETWORKS: THE ROLE OF EXCLUSIVE SPECIES IN ACHIEVING ECOSYSTEM-TYPE CYCLING Technical Paper Publication. North EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Georgia Institute University. Penn State University. USA. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Georgia Inst of Tech. USA Marco Marconi. University at Buffalo. University Park. Michele Germani. NC. ROOM 23 9:10AM–10:50AM Politecnica Delle Marche. Rome. Berrien Springs. Butler. Università Session Organizer: Janet Allen. Kemper Marche. State College. PA. Eugenia Marilungo. Bert Bras. Blacksburg. USA 63 . Italy. Ritesh Khire. Italy. INNOVATION OF DOMESTIC APPLIANCES LIFECYCLE TOOLS AS A USA SUPPORT FOR THE ECO-DESIGN INNOVATION OF DOMESTIC AN AGENT-BASED MARKET SYSTEM SIMULATION FOR DESIGN APPLIANCES EDUCATION Technical Paper Publication. Zahed Siddique. Oklahoma. Iowa. Oregon. USA. USA. USA. TN. Andrews University. Corvallis. Universitã EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DATA-DRIVEN ENGINEERING DESIGN USA Session Co-Organizer: Alessandra Papetti. OK. France Technical Paper Publication. Atlanta. DETC2017-67358 Alessandra Papetti. Nantes. Brendan Fay. Oregon State University. Università degli Studi di Parma. Stevens Institute of Technology. Tennessee Technological University. DETC2017-67698 THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM Claudio Favi. TX. Hyun Kwon. Astrid Layton. DETC2017-68334 Blacksburg. College Station. Oregon. Ancona. DETC2017-67203 Madhumitha Ramachandran. Rome. DETC2017-68237 Vincenzo Ferrero. USA of Technology. OR. PA. University of Oklahoma. Tuskegee University. Technical Paper Publication. MI. Diana Bairaktarova. Anirudh Srinivasan. Steven Hoffenson. Italy. VA. GA. PA. USA. Marco Marconi. Michele Germani. ON. Cookeville. Parma. Drexel University. IA. Texas A&M University. CT. USA Canada EFFECTS OF TECHNOLOGY ASSISTED FLAT LEARNING ENVIRONMENT CLEARANCE-INDUCED POSITION UNCERTAINTY OF PLANAR FOR A DESIGN PROJECT AT A HISTORICALLY BLACK UNIVERSITY LINKAGES AND PARALLEL MANIPULATORS Technical Paper Publication. Pennsylvania State University. The Pennsylvania State University. ROOM 22 9:10AM–10:50AM Carolina. Scarlett Miller. TN. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Università Politecnica delle Marche. GA. OK. Elizabeth Starkey. Norman. USA. USA. University. Rome. Università Politecnica delle Elea McDonnell Feit. Conrad MR-1-2: PARALLEL SYSTEMS II Tucker.51° LLC. NJ. University of Oklahoma. Ryerson University. DETC2017-68339 Technical Paper Publication. Cailyn E. Firas Akasheh. Oregon State University. Italy. USA DO TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENTS LEAD TO LEARNING UNDERSTANDING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF ECO-LABELED ENHANCEMENTS?: AN EXPLORATION IN VIRTUAL PRODUCT PRODUCTS WHEN COMPARED TO CONVENTIONAL ALTERNATIVES DISSECTION Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 1 9:10AM–10:50AM MANUFACTURING Session Organizer: Scott Ferguson. Toronto. Iowa State University. DETC2017-67165 Session Co-Organizer: Fengfeng Xi. Italy. USA. DETC2017-67558 Technical Paper Publication. NY. USA ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY AWARENESS IN PRODUCT DESIGN PRACTICES: A SURVEY OF ITALIAN COMPANIES SESSION DEC-1-1: DESIGN EDUCATION IN Technical Paper Publication. Italy Lewis. Università Politecnica delle Marche.

Edwin Peraza Hernandez. WALKING ROBOT WITH SOFT JOINTS Fuchi. Technical Paper Publication. Berringer. DETC2017-68372 MR-8-2: LEGGED ROBOTS Ziming Chen. TRANSFER APPLICATIONS Singapore. ROOM 9 9:10AM–10:50AM California. Guowei Shao. DETC2017-67267 Doe Young Hur. USA. Athena Y. Jin Zhou. OH. Beavercreek. Shaohui Foong. DETC2017-67848 Technical Paper Publication. Alexander Slocum. China. TX. University. Singapore University of Technology and Design. USA Fort Collins. USA TIME-OPTIMAL GAIT PLANNING FOR SIX-PARALLEL-LEGGED ROBOT Session Co-Organizer: Ichiro Hagiwara. USA Session Organizer: Robert Lang. GEOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF ADAPTIVE ORIGAMI CHANNELS FOR HEAT Gim Song Soh. Alyanak. DETC2017-68278 **Engineering For Global Carla Zeger. Singapore. DETC2017-67174 Technical Paper Publication. USA. Singapore University of Technology and Design. Federal University of Santa Catarina. University of California. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Singapore 487372. Jingjun Yu. China. Technical Paper Publication. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Berkeley. Abu Dhabi. Lang Origami. Molly A. Larry L. 3D-PRINTED. Howell. Singapore. Jianguo Zhao. USA EXPLORATION OF TURNING STRATEGIES FOR AN UNCONVENTIONAL Huiping Shen. Peter Middendorf. Changzhou NON-ANTHROPOMORPHIC BIPEDAL ROBOT University. Inc. DETC2017-68360 Henrique Simas. MA. Cali Warner. Zhiwei Yang. Wright Patterson AFB. College Station. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. UES. USA 3-UPU PARALLEL MECHANISM Technical Paper Publication. CO. Darren Hartl. Cambridge. Plaistow. DETC2017-67624 DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF FOLDING SOLAR POWERED Zhijun Chen. USA. Lei Zhou. USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 64 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE KINEMATICS OF A PARTICULAR 3T1R PARALLEL MANIPULATOR OF AN ORIGAMI-INSPIRED DESIGN OF A THERMAL MIXING ELEMENT TYPE 2PRPU WITHIN A CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER SYSTEM Technical Paper Publication. Italy MA. Buskohl. Robert J. USA. MIT. United Arab Emir. MIT. Singapore Technical Paper Publication.N. Germany Development Paper** V. Kanagawa 247. Cambridge. HIGH-PRECISION CONTROL OF 3-RPS PARALLEL MECHANISM Cambridge. USA . J. Japan Technical Paper Publication. Alamo. USA Design. Brigham Young University. IL. Paige J. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Beihang University. Beihang University. CA. Amos Winter. Santa Catarina. Joshua Hooks. Cambridge. Tyler Hamer. Los Angeles. Xu Pei. DETC2017-68182 Force Research Laboratory. Ferrara. University of Southern California. MA. Beihang REALIZING ORIGAMI MECHANISMS FROM METAL SHEETS University/Robotics Institute. OH. USA. Yang Zhang. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Qinhuangdao. Murthy Arelekatti. China MR-4-2: THERMAL-FLUID APPLICATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Audelia Gumarus Dharmawan. University of EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Kristin Wood. Nicolas Calvet. Ting-li Yang. Meiji University. A FAST FORWARD KINEMATICS ALGORITHM FOR REAL-TIME AND NH. Feng Gao. Andrew Gillman. DETC2017-67890 WITH TRANSFEMORAL AMPUTATION Yves Klett. USA EXPERIMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PRESSURE LOSS CAUSED MODULAR DESIGN OF A PASSIVE. Germany. INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS AND SINGULARITY ANALYSIS OF A NOVEL UT. Magleby. DETC2017-68026 Yue Wang. Texas A&M University. University of Dayton. ROOM 11 9:10AM–10:50AM Dongliang Cheng. Spencer P. Stuttgart. Brazil. Wright-Patterson AFB. Cambridge. DETC2017-68051 Jeffrey Yu. MA. Chicago. Universität Stuttgart. DeMario. Jiaming Deng. Huang. WITH BOUNDED ACCELERATION AND VELOCITY Tokyo. Edgar Galvan. Los Angeles. Dayton. OH. Singapore. Kazuko A MINIATURE. USA. Brigham Young University. Beijing. CA. Fischman. China Erica Crampton. Beijing. Yanshan University. UT. Matthew Major. Hebei. China Los Angeles. Technical Paper Publication. Colorado State University. Air Force Research Laboratory. Singapore University of Technology & Richard Malak. Provo. Technical Paper Publication. Edward J. David Trumper. Sepehr Ghassemi. University of Ferrara. USA. Institute of Aircraft Design Uni Stuttgart. China. Air Technical Paper Publication. Qinhuangdao. Changzhou City. USA. Masdar Institute of Science and Technology. MA. Raffaele Di Gregorio. Yanshan Session Organizer: Satyandra Gupta. USA. China AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLE USING ORIGAMI DESIGN AND GAIT ANALYSIS OF A TWO LEGGED MINIATURE ROBOT ARCHITECTURE WITH PIEZOELECTRIC-DRIVEN FOUR-BAR LINKAGE Technical Paper Publication. Shanghai. DETC2017-68343 Nathan Price. Singapore. OH. Northwestern University. USA A NOVEL 3T1R PARALLEL ROBOT-2PARSS: DESIGN AND KINEMATICS Session Co-Organizer: Mark Plecnik. Hebei Province. SUTD. Provo. Philip Anthony R. OH. DETC2017-68025 Beijing. Hassan Hariri. DETC2017-67265 Berkeley. CA. CA. Youngjun Joh. LOW-COST PROSTHETIC KNEE BY FLOW THROUGH FOLDCORE SANDWICH STRUCTURES MECHANISM TO ENABLE ABLE-BODIED KINEMATICS FOR USERS Technical Paper Publication. Jason Z. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 64 Boehmcke. Stuttgart. Dennis Hong. SUTD.

MD. China A NOTE ON THE LYAPUNOV STABILITY OF FRACTIONAL-ORDER AUXETIC FILMS WITH A MINIATURIZED CELLULAR STRUCTURE NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Technical Presentation. Williams. ROOM 1 9:10AM–10:50AM Technical Paper Publication. University of Maryland Eastern Shore. Longqiu Li. DETC2017-68168 MACHINES (RMM) Yu Liu. Imereti. Harbin Institute of Technology. Princess China. DETC2017-67070 Ravindra Singh Bisht. Georgia ON THE EXISTENCE OF REGIONAL OPTIMAL CONTROL FOR A CLASS Session Organizer: Joshua Bishop-Moser. DETC2017-67692 USA Binbin He. Nathan J. DETC2017-67540 Luca Carbonari. Shaanxi. Yangquan Chen. CA. DETC2017-67844 Technical Paper Publication. India USA PRELIMINARY TRIAL RESULTS FOR THE REDESIGNED STRIDER COMPARISON THE INTERATOMIC POTENTIALS ON NANOSTRUCTURE PLATFORM WITH SAMPLING CAPABILITY FROM DIFFERENT DEPTHS OF AMORPHOUS CARBON Technical Paper Publication. THROUGH JET PRINTING OF IONIC INK WITH COLOR MAP DESIGN USA MESA-14-1: ROBOTICS AND MOBILE Technical Presentation. Session Organizer: Longqiu Li. Giulia Lanzara. Donghua University. David M. Presentations Not Available at Press Time University of California Merced. Polytechnic University of Marche. Utah State University. Northwest Institute of Mechanical & Technology. TX. Italy DEVELOPMENT OF MAGNETIC ADHESION BASED WHEEL-DRIVEN Merced. Roorkee. USA RESEARCH OF PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR CLIMBING MACHINE FOR FERROUS SURFACE APPLICATIONS SENSORLESS CONTROL BASED ON FRACTIONAL ORDER PLL Technical Paper Publication. Heilongjiang. Chunhai Kou. Massimo Session Organizer: Yangquan Chen. Rome. Roorkee. ROOM 25B 9:10AM–10:50AM Manana Chumburidze. Roorkee. Abhijit Nagchaudhuri. USA Session Co-Organizer: Brian Trease. DETC2017-67097 BALLROOM LEVEL. Derickson. DETC2017-68270 Yingjie Chen. Merced. Harbin Institute of Anne. USA Heilongjiang. CA. 65 Electrical Engineering. Harbin. Mark E. University of California Merced. Harbin. Chutian Wang. David Corinaldi. Saroj Kumar Panigrahi. China. Callegari. Pushparaj Mani Pathak. University of California Merced. Liaoning. Shaanxi. China MNS-5-2: FUNCTIONAL MATERIALS AND FURTHER REMARKS ON THE EXISTENCE OF PERIODIC SOLUTIONS SURFACE ENGINEERING II OF LINEAR TIME VARYING PERIODIC FRACTIONAL ORDER SYSTEMS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. China . Nangang District. Yongqiang Deng. Dangwei Bian. Italy. OH. CONTINUOUS FABRICATION OF FLEXIBLE CONDUCTIVE PATTERN UT. The University of Toledo. Wuxi. Indian Institute of Mine Kaya. Merced. India. DETC2017-67194 Session Co-Organizer: Pushparaj Mani Pathak. Italy Sara Dadras. Shima Hajimirza. Shanghai. Romatre. Jiangnan University. Chengdu Green Energy and Green Manufacturing Technology R&D Center. CA. China. Ancona. Xi’an. Technology. Roorkee. China EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Matteo Palpacelli. Ann OF FRACTIONAL ORDER DIFFERENTIAL INCLUSIONS Arbor. Xi’an Technological University. DETC2017-68466 Rakesh Joshi. Texas A&M University. USA Technology. Logan. Polytechnic University of Marche. Roorkee. Guangyu Zhang. University of Rome. Qingkang Liu.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 65 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MR-11-2: STUDENT MECHANISM & ROBOT NUMERICAL APPROXIMATION OF BASIC BAUNDARY-CONTACT DESIGN COMPETITION – INTERACTIVE PROBLEMS POSTER EVALUATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Northeastern University. Ancona. Indian Institute of Changhong Li. University of California Merced. Italy Technical Presentation. Yangquan Chen. Chaobo Chen. Xianyang. Akaki Tsereteli State University. Roorkee. Ancona. Donghua University. Shenyang. Song CSIR-Central Building Research Institute. Harbin. China. DETC2017-67385 Technical Paper Publication. Hadi Malek. MI. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA. ROOM 14 9:10AM–10:50AM Università Politecnica delle Marche. Shanghai. China. Giacomo Palmieri. Chengdu. University of Michigan. Soodeh Dadras. College Station. Toledo. CA. DETC2017-67903 Xuefeng Zhang. DETC2017-68009 Technical Paper Publication. Ancona. Lekveishvili. USA. Merced. Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 19 9:10AM–10:50AM OPTIMIZATION OF PLASMONIC AND ANTI-REFLECTIVE SURFACE TEXTURE IN THIN FILM SOLAR CELLS VIA SURROGATE MODELING Session Organizer: Massimo Callegari. Kutaisi. India Gao. Harbin Institute of Technology. Bane. Justin E. Yangquan Chen. China FUNCTIONAL DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF A NOVEL 3-URU MESA-6-1: FRACTIONAL DERIVATIVES AND MULTIMODAL RECONFIGURABLE ROBOT THEIR APPLICATIONS (FDTA) I Technical Paper Publication.

Session Co-Organizer: Jing Wei. Feiming Wang. VA. Genoa. CA. Italian Institute of Technology. Blacksburg. TN. Xiang Dai. MN. DETC2017-68049 Technical Paper Publication. WI. Carlo Canali. USA An Pei. China North Vehicle Research Institute. China. Beijing. Sanmin Wang. Lei Yin. DETC2017-67043 Technical Presentation. Chongqing University. Yuriy Shekhtman. Politecnico di Torino. Liaoning Province. DETC2017-68608 ON ANALYTICAL MODELS Technical Presentation. University of California. USA . China TOWARDS MULTI-BODY ANALYSES FOR ADVANCED FLEXIBLE RATING OF HELICAL ASYMMETRIC TOOTH GEARS ROBOTIC SYSTEMS Technical Presentation. Minggang Du. University of Maryland. USA ROTOR PROFILE DESIGN OF 2-3 TYPE TWIN-SCREW PUMPS BASED MSNDC-18-1: BEST PAPER AWARD ON CFD COMPETITION Technical Paper Publication. LLC. China. Ferdinando Zhiyuan Yu. Shaanxi province. DETC2017-67498 BALLROOM LEVEL. Kong. NY. University of California Davis. Makkah Province. USA Olivier Bauchau. TN. China. Lando Mentrasti. Italy. Ancona. Wuhan. Davis. USA Wuhan University of Technology. Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Saudi Arabia Christopher G. Aviation Industry Corporation of China METHODS FOR GENERATION OF SPIRAL BEVEL GEARS Design Institute 606. Columbus. ROOM 16 9:10AM–10:50AM DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS OF STAR HERRINGBONE GEAR WITH Session Organizer: Alessio Artoni. Rochester. China CALCULATION OF TIME-VARYING MESH STIFFNESS AFFECTED BY MD. Cooley. Shoreview. Ltd. USA Chongqing. University of Wisconsin – Madison. Yuanxun Session Organizer: Stefano Lenci. Cartagena. Chongqing. Technical Presentation. Cannella. DETC2017-67065 OH. Cheng Qian. Zhang. Virginia Tech. University of Pisa. China. Northwestern polytechnical University. Ohio State University | OSU. China. ROOM 15 9:10AM–10:50AM INTEGRATING 3D STRESS ANALYSIS WITH FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY DYNAMICS SIMULATION Session Organizer: David Talbot. Xinghui Han. Tennessee Technological University. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Northwestern Polytechnical University. DETC2017-68488 Amal Z. PTG-1-2: GEAR GEOMETRY (2) Blacksburg. CA. Hajjaj. Milad Rakhsha. Iowa City. Davis. Fangyan Zheng. DETC2017-68605 OH. Technical Presentation. USA. Cookeville. Chunguang Liu. Italy PTG-3-2: GEAR DYNAMICS AND NOISE (2) Session Co-Organizer: Hiroyuki Sugiyama. Cookeville. USA. Xi’an City. Davis.. Italy. University of Cincinnati. VA. Tennessee Technological University. The University of Iowa. IL. Chongqing. Alfonso Fuentes-Aznar. DETC2017-68606 Yimin Shao. Linqing Pei. Mariapaola D’Imperio. Darwin Technical Paper Publication. Rochester Institute of Technology. Italy. Yaxiong Hu. AKGears. Daniele Ludovico. Chongqing. Genova. DETC2017-67663 Gang Chen. IA. Genova. Robert Parker. Advanced Industrial Automation lab. Chongqing University. USA A PARTITIONED LAGRANGIAN-LAGRANGIAN APPROACH FOR FLUID. Carbondale. Personal Residence Address. USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 66 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE CORRECT-BY-CONSTRUCTION APPROACH FOR SELF-EVOLVABLE RESEARCH ON THE TOOTH MODIFICATION FOR NON-CIRCULAR ROBOTS STRAIGHT BEVEL GEARS Technical Paper Publication. Cincinnati. Italy. Xi’an City. Torino. College Park. Yang Yang. Chongqing Deheng Technology Co. Pisa. Dingfang Chen. LOAD BASED ON FEM SOLID INTERACTION PROBLEMS Technical Paper Publication. 66 Spain. Di Yan. Polverigi (AN). Chongqing. Polytechnic University of Cartagena. Shaanxi COMPARISON OF CYCLO-PALLOID AND CYCLO-CUT CUTTING Province. Chongqing University. ROOM 26B 9:10AM–10:50AM Qian Tang. Technical Paper Publication. China EFFECT OF INITIAL CURVATURE ON THE STATIC AND DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF MEMS RESONATORS GEAR TOOTH MESH STIFFNESS CALCULATIONS AND THEIR IMPACT Technical Presentation. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. Polytechnic University of Marche. Jing Liu. DETC2017-68326 Caldwell. DETC2017-68108 Technical Paper Publication. Italy Kwun-Lon Ting. DETC2017-68095 Alexander Kapelevich. Zhaodan Lin Hua. USA. Chongqing University. Shenyang City. Universita Politecnica delle Marche. DETC2017-67793 China Ignacio Gonzalez-Perez. Italy. Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. China Ancona 60131. USA PLANAR TOOTH PROFILE SYNTHESIS FOR RELATIVE CURVATURE Cristiano Pizzamiglio. Italy TOOTH PROFILE MODIFICATION Session Co-Organizer: Yawen Wang. Maryland 20742.

KS. of Australia Mechanical Engineering. ROOM 7 11:00AM–12:00PM Poster Paper Presentation. Sydney/Ultimo. USA. Irem Tumer. China. Bournemouth. IA. Blacksburg. Esfahani. KS. ROOM 1 11:00AM–12:00PM BIOMED-1-1: WEARABLE & IMPLANTABLE TECHNOLOGIES I Session Organizer: Marc Halpern. USA SESSION DAC-8-1: DESIGN FOR RESILIENCE Buffalo. United 67 Kingdom . Ardian Jusufi. NSW. Beaverton. Venketesh Dubey. University at Buffalo. Buffalo. DETC2017-67164 Session Organizer: Pingfeng Wang. Columbia University. CDC/NIOSH/Pittsburgh Mining Research Division. Bournemouth University. Pittsburgh.P. DETC2017-68600 INSPIRED BY NATURE – ADAPTIVE MODULAR METASTRUCTURES Xin Guan. Corvallis. CT. McIntire. Wichita. USA Engineering. Tamas Hickish. ANALYTICS. USA A STUDY OF RAPID TETRAPOD RUNNING AND TURNING DYNAMICS Session Co-Organizer: Chao Hu. USA Valley. OR. DETC2017-67625 NHS Foundation Trust. Dept. Australia. Oregon State University. ROOM 24 11:00AM–12:00PM BALLROOM LEVEL. United Kingdom. USA SIGNAL ENHANCEMENT OF ELECTRO-CHEMI-LUMINESCENT SENSOR [ Cross-listed with CIE-29 ] WITH MOBILE PHONES CONCOURSE LEVEL. Wichita. United Kingdom Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. AND INTERNET OF THINGS: THE PERFECT STORM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA Beijing. ROOM 21 9:10AM–10:50AM AND SOME GRAND CHALLENGES Session Organizer: Ehsan T. UTS. University of Technology Sydney. University of Michigan. Oregon A SMART DEVICE TO SUBSTITUTE THE NEUROTHESIOMETER State University. University at Buffalo. Chengdu. Yunyun Sun. Jonathan Cole. of Technology. Sydney. Melvin Rafi. Wichita. TX. USA Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68306 RECOVERY Neil Vaughan. Daniel Marsh. DETC2017-67952 Hasti Hayati. University of Science and Technology Beijing. Poole Hospital HNS Foundation Trust. Wichita State University. USA Session Organizer: Dumitru Caruntu. Jilin University. Inc. NY. USA. China. University of Texas Rio Grande Session Co-Organizer: Lei Zuo. DETC2017-68385 Huifang Xiao. CA. Ali Mehmani. OR. PA. Bournemouth University. Poole. Corvallis. Sydney/Ultimo. China Keynote Presentation. China VIB-1-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. NY. Wichita. VA. Industrial And Manufacturing Hyun Kwon. Venketesh Dubey. Moffett Field. New York. Terry Brown. NY. Changchun. Stamford. NSW. OR. Nita Yodo. China Ship Research and Develop-ment Academy.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 67 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE STUDY ON THE NORMAL CONTACT STIFFNESS OF ROUGH SURFACE OPTIMAL METAMODELING TO INTERPRET ACTIVITY-BASED HEALTH IN MIXED LUBRICATION SENSOR DATA Technical Paper Publication. Corvallis. Pingfeng Wang. State University of New York at Gahl Berkooz.. Buffalo. USA AND FAILURE RECOVERY 1 Session Co-Organizer: Souma Chowdhury. USA UTILIZING INERTIAL MEASUREMENT UNITS IN GREYHOUND RESILIENT SYSTEM DESIGN USING COST-RISK ANALYSIS WITH SPRINTING FUNCTIONAL MODELS Technical Paper Publication. NY. Gartner. Buffalo. Berrien Springs. Christopher Hoyle. Nasa Ames. Southwest Jiaotong University. USA. David Eager. USA Keynote Presentation. United Kingdom. KS. Royal Bournemouth & Christ-church Hospitals Technical Paper Publication. USA CYBER PROVING GROUND FOR INTELLIGENT VEHICLES ON DRIVING SIMULATOR Session Co-Organizer: Matthew Brake. Poole. DETC2017-67691 Technical Paper Publication. USA. AVT-1-3: KEYNOTE LECTURE Sichuan. USA DATA. USA ENABLING RESILIENCE THROUGH A CONTROL-GUIDED FAILURE Technical Paper Publication. Ames. USA. Houston. Edinburg. Kai Goebel. Australia. OR. Zaigang Chen. MI. DETC2017-68313 Neil Vaughan. Souma Chowdhury. DETC2017-67088 Technical Paper Publication. Andrews University. MONITORING REHABILITATION PARAMETERS IN STROKE PATIENTS Wichita State University. NSW. USA. KS. Xiaojun Zhou. USA ** 2017 J. USA. Matthew G. University Elham Keshavarzi. Oregon State University. William Marsh Rice University. Sydney/Ultimo. TX. Poole. Iowa State University. Acorns. Virginia Tech. DETC2017-68600 CIE-34-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE Kon-Well Wang. ROOM 26A 9:10AM–10:50AM Session Organizer: Alan Mayton. MI. Den Hartog Awardee ** CONCOURSE LEVEL. Ann Arbor.

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ENSEMBLE PROGNOSTICS WITH DEGRADATION-DEPENDENT DFMLC-1-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE
WEIGHTS: PREDICTION OF REMAINING USEFUL LIFE FOR AIRCRAFT
ENGINES EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 22 11:00AM–12:00PM
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68315 Session Organizer: Qing Wang, Durham University, Durham, United
Zhixiong Li, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA, Dazhong Wu, Kingdom

SUSTAINING “SMALL SCALE” RESEARCH OVER THE LONG TERM
Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA, Chao Hu, Iowa
State University, Ames, IA, USA, Janis Terpenny, Pennsylvania State
Keynote Presentation. DETC2017-68602
University, University Park, PA, USA, Sheng Shen, Iowa State University,
Ames, IA, USA David Harrison, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, United
Kingdom

DAC-11-1: DESIGN OF ENGINEERING
MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES 1 SESSION DTM-11-1: DESIGN OF COMPLEX
SYSTEMS I
CONCOURSE LEVEL, ROOM 6 11:00AM–12:00PM
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 20 11:00AM–12:00PM
Session Organizer: Hongyi Xu, Ford, Dearborn, MI, USA
Session Organizer: Katherine Fu, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta,
Session Co-Organizer: Seung-Kyum Choi, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, USA
GA, USA
BAYESIAN NETWORK STRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION FOR IMPROVED Session Co-Organizer: Jitesh Panchal, Purdue University, West Lafayette,
DESIGN SPACE MAPPING FOR DESIGN EXPLORATION WITH IN, USA
MATERIALS DESIGN APPLICATIONS
A FRAMEWORK FOR DESIGNING AND MANAGING FLEXIBILITY AND
REAL OPTIONS IN ENGINEERING SYSTEMS BASED ON DECISION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67643

RULES
Conner Sharpe, Clinton Morris, Benjamin Goldsberry, University of Texas
at Austin, Austin, TX, USA, Carolyn Seepersad, University of Texas at
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67042
Austin, Austin, TX, USA, Michael R. Haberman, University of Texas at
Austin, Austin, TX, USA Qihui Xie, PropertyGuru, Singapore, Michel-Alexandre Cardin, National
University of Singapore, Singapore
SCALABLE MICROSTRUCTURE RECONSTRUCTION WITH MULTI-
SCALE PATTERN PRESERVATION DESIGN HEURISTICS: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK AND
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68286 PRELIMINARY METHOD FOR EXTRACTION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67467
Ruijin Cang, Aditya Vipradas, Yi Ren, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ,
USA Bumsoo Lee, Kenton B. Fillingim, William Binder, Katherine Fu, Georgia
Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA, Christiaan Paredis, Georgia Inst
STUDY OF THE DESIGN REPRESENTATION METHODS FOR THE of Tech, Atlanta, GA, USA
OPTIMIZATION OF MULTI-LAYER COMPOSITE STRUCTURES
THE STRUCTURE OF VULNERABLE NODES IN BEHAVIORAL
NETWORK MODELS OF COMPLEX ENGINEERED SYSTEMS
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67309
Hongyi Xu, Ford, Dearborn, MI, USA, Junqi Yang, Chongqing University,
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67866
Chongqing, China, Ching-Hung Chuang, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn,
MI, USA, Zhenfei Zhan, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China Hannah Walsh, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA, Andy Dong,
University of Sydney, Sydney NSW, Australia, Irem Tumer, Dept. of

DEC-5-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE
Mechanical Engineering, Corvallis, OR, USA

EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 23 11:00AM–12:00PM MR-9-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 26A 11:00AM–12:00PM
Session Organizer: Zahra Shahbazi, Manhattan College, Stamford, CT,
USA
Session Organizer: James Schmiedeler, University of Notre Dame,
RADICAL COLLABORATION BY DESIGN IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION Notre Dame, IN, USA

ANIMALS AS MODELS FOR ROBOT MOBILITY AND AUTONOMY:
Sunand Bhattacharya, Autodesk, Inc.

CRAWLING, WALKING, RUNNING, CLIMBING AND FLYING
Keynote Presentation. DETC2017-68603
Roger Quinn, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, USA

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MNS-1-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE PERFORMANCE OF NONLINEAR TARGETED ENERGY TRANSFER
UNDER STOCHASTIC AND DETERMINISTIC EXCITATIONS
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 13 11:00AM–12:00PM Technical Presentation. DETC2017-67569
Session Organizer: Slava Krylov, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel Vincent Marre, Institut Superieur de l’Aeronautique et de l’Espace (ISAE),
Session Co-Organizer: Mohammad Younis, King Abdullah University of Toulouse, France, Guilhem Michon, ISAE, Toulouse Cedex 4, France,
Science and Technology (KAUST), Thuwal, Saudi Arabia Vincent Manet, Liebherr Aerospace, Toulouse, France

ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY IMAGING AND SPECTROSCOPY OF
SOFT MATTER AND COMPLEX MATERIALS ENABLED BY MSNDC-4-1: CONTACT AND INTERFACE
NANOMECHANICS AND MICROCANTILEVER DYNAMICS DYNAMICS
Arvind Raman, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA [ Cross-listed with VIB-6 ]
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 25C 11:00AM–12:00PM
MESA-23-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE Session Organizer: Marek Wojtyra, Warsaw University of Technology,
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 19 11:00AM–12:00PM Warsaw, Poland

Session Organizer: Tapio Heikkilä, VTT Technical Research Centre of Session Co-Organizer: Arman Pazouki, California State University,
Finland, Oulu, Finland Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA

EVOLUTION OF EMBEDDED PLATFORMS FOR CYBER-PHYSICAL ADVANCEMENT OF CONTACT DYNAMICS MODELING FOR HUMAN
SYSTEMS SPACEFLIGHT SIMULATION APPLICATIONS
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67936
James H. Christensen, Holobloc Inc., Cleveland, OH, USA
Thomas A. Brain, Erik B. Kovel, John R. Maclean, METECS, Houston, TX,

MSNDC-2-2: NONLINEAR ENERGY
USA, Leslie J. Quiocho, NASA/Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX, USA

TRANSFERS AND HARVESTING – 2 A FRICTION MODEL FOR NON-SINGULAR COMPLEMENTARITY
FORMULATIONS FOR MULTIBODY SYSTEMS WITH CONTACTS
[ Cross-listed with VIB-3 ] Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67988
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 26B 11:00AM–12:00PM Albert Peiret, Jozsef Kovecses, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada,
Session Organizer: Jose Manoel Balthazar, Aeronautics Technological Josep M. Font-Llagunes, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona,
Institute, São José dos Campos, Brazil Spain

DYNAMICS AND POWER ABSORPTION OF A SELF-REACT WAVE DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF MECHANISMS WITH PLANAR AND SPATIAL
ENERGY CONVERTER WITH MECHANICAL POWER TAKEOFF SYSTEM CLEARANCE JOINTS
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67464 Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68215

Changwei Liang, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA, Xiaofan Paulo Flores, University of Minho, Guimaraes, Portugal

PTG-9-1: KEYNOTE LECTURE
Li, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA, Dillon Martin, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, USA, Adam Wise, Robert
Parker, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA, Khai Ngo, Virginia Polytechnic
Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA, USA, Lei Zuo, Virginia Tech, EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 16 11:00AM–12:00PM
Blacksburg, VA, USA Session Organizer: Teik Lim, The University of Texas at Arlington, Fort

ON MODE COUPLING ANALYSIS AND STABILITY REGIONS TO
Worth, TX, USA

ENERGY HARVESTING IN A TWO-DEGREES-OF-FREEDOM PORTAL Session Co-Organizer: Qi Fan, Gleason Corporation, Rochester, NY, USA
FRAME PLATFORM
ROLE OF GEARS IN ELECTRIFIED VEHICLES
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67532
Karsten Stahl, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Rodrigo Tumolin Rocha, Federal University of Technology – Parana, Brazil,
Jose Manoel Balthazar, Aeronautics Technological Institute, São José dos
Campos, Brazil, Angelo M. Tusset, Vinicius’ Piccirillo, Frederic Conrad
Janzen, Federal University of Technology – Parana, Brazil, Jorge Luis
Palacios Felix, Federal University of Fronteira Sul, Cerro Largo, Rio Grande
do Sul, Brazil

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VIB-2-2: STRUCTURES AND CONTINUOUS VIB-16-1: TIME-VARYING AND TIME-DELAY
SYSTEMS II SYSTEMS I
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 25A 11:00AM–12:00PM [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-6 ]

Session Organizer: Dumitru Caruntu, University of Texas Rio Grande BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 26C 11:00AM–12:00PM
Valley, Edinburg, TX, USA Session Organizer: Matthew Allen, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI,
Session Co-Organizer: Ebrahim Esmailzadeh, University of Ontario Inst of USA

APPROXIMATE SOLUTION TO A CLASS OF DELAY DIFFERENTIAL
Tech, Oshawa, ON, Canada

LINEAR AND NON-LINEAR AEROELASTIC ANALYSIS OF A HIGH EQUATIONS WITH CONSTANT COEFFICIENTS
ASPECT RATIO WING Technical Presentation. DETC2017-67393
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67289 Mengshi Jin, Wei Chen, Hanwen Song, Jian Xu, Tongji University,
Firooz Bakhtiari-Nejad, Amir Hossein Modarres Aval, Amirkabir Shanghai, China

ANALYSIS OF THE PERIODIC DAMPING COEFFICIENT EQUATION
University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Earl H. Dowell, Duke University,

BASED ON FLOQUET THEORY
Durham, NC, USA, Hossein Shahverdi, Amirkabir University of Technology,
Tehran, Iran
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68450
REDUCED ORDER LEVEL MODELING OF STRUCTURAL UNCERTAINTY
FOR THE DYNAMICS OF NEARLY-STRAIGHT PIPES CONVEYING FLUID
Fatemeh Afzali, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA,
Gizem Acar, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, Brian Feeny,
Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68005 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
Shrinil Shah, Marc P. Mignolet, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, USA

FLOW-INDUCED NONLINEAR VIBRATION OF NON-UNIFORM BIOMED-2-1: BIOROBOTICS AND HAPTICS I
NANOTUBES
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 21 11:00AM–12:00PM
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68208
Session Organizer: Mahdi Haghshenas-Jaryani, UTA Research Institute,
Shamim Mashrouteh, University of Ontario Institute of Technology,
Fort Worth, TX, USA
Oshawa, ON, Canada, Ahmad Barari, University of Ontario Inst of Tech,
Oshawa, ON, Canada, Ebrahim Esmailzadeh, University of Ontario Inst of A 3-LEGGED PARALLEL ROBOT FOR LONG BONE FRACTURE
Tech, Oshawa, ON, Canada ALIGNMENT

VIB-9-1: SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION, DAMAGE
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67262

DETECTION AND DIAGNOSTICS I
Mohammad Abedinnasab, Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ, USA, Farzam
Farahmand, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, Jaime Gallardo-
Alvarado, Instituto Tecnologico De Celaya, Celaya/Gto, TL, Mexico
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 25B 11:00AM–12:00PM
SOFT ROBOTIC REHABILITATION EXOSKELETON (REHAB GLOVE)
FOR HAND THERAPY
Session Organizer: Weidong Zhu, University of Maryland, Baltimore Ct,
Baltimore, MD, USA
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68291
AN IMPROVED RE-SCALING FREQUENCY STOCHASTIC RESONANCE Mahdi Haghshenas-Jaryani, UTA Research Institute, Fort Worth, TX, USA,
AND ITS APPLICATION TO WEAK FAULT SIGNAL DETECTION Caleb P. Nothnagle, University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute,
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67160 Fort Worth, TX, USA, Rita Patterson, Nicoleta Bugnariu, University of
Jinjun Liu, Yong Gang Leng, Shengbo Fan, Xiaojun Ma, Tianjin University, North Texas Health Science Center, Fort Worth, TX, USA, Muthu B.J.
Tianjin, China Wijesundara, University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute, Fort
Worth, TX, USA
ALGORITHM FOR MULTIPLE TIME-FREQUENCY CURVE EXTRACTION
FROM TIME-FREQUENCY REPRESENTATION OF VIBRATION SIGNALS DESIGN OF A 2D HAPTIC SYSTEM WITH PASSIVE VARIABLE
FOR BEARING FAULT DIAGNOSIS UNDER TIME-VARYING SPEED STIFFNESS USING PERMANENT MAGNETS FOR UPPER-LIMB
CONDITIONS REHABILITATION
Student Competition Paper. DETC2017-67171 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67669

Huan Huang, Natalie Baddour, Ming Liang, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Sri Sadhan Jujjavarapu, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo,
ON, Canada NY, USA, Amirhossein H. Memar, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA,
Ehsan T. Esfahani, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY,
SCALING MODE SHAPES IN OUTPUT-ONLY STRUCTURE BY A MASS- USA
CHANGE-BASED METHOD
Technical Presentation. DETC2017-67396
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Liangliang Yu, Mengshi Jin, Hanwen Song, Tongji University, Shanghai,
China

Technische Universität Darmstadt – Department of Computer Integrated Design. Witherell. Pennsylvania State University. USA. USA. Technical Paper Publication. Politecnico di Milano. Technical Paper Publication. Wendrich. Chengdong Wu. Milan. Nanjing University of Finance and Economics. Lampros Roussos. USA APPLICATION OF T-MAPS FOR COMPOSITE POSITION TOLERANCE SC. Northeastern University. Beijing. Germany. Yunzhou Zhang. CA. Daniele Ruscio. University of California. PA. China 71 . Gianpiero Mastinu. China. AZ. USA. State College. USA SENSIBLE PATHWAYS FOR SENSORIUM-GAMENESS INTEGRATION AND EMBEDMENT IN DESIGN TOOLS FOR MULTI-PHASE ITERATIVE ANALYSIS OF MAXIMUM POSSIBLE SAMPLING PERIOD FOR A CREATIVE SYNTHESIS IN DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PROCESSES REAL-TIME VISION-BASED CONTROL SYSTEM Technical Paper Publication. Klaus Schilling. Conrad Tucker. Nicolas Maltry. Jami Shah. Wuhan. Dedy Ariansyah. TU Delft. University of California CONNECTING THE REAL-WORLD AND THE VIRTUAL WORLD Merced. Delft University of Technology. USA THROUGH DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT RENDERING Technical Paper Publication. Glenwood Springs. Enschede. Darmstadt. Paul Session Co-Organizers: Beshah Ayalew. DETC2017-67246 Technical Paper Publication. Butler. Federico Ballo. Tempe. Davis. Davis. Liaoning. Tsinghua University. DETC2017-67738 CIE-8-1: CAPPD GENERAL I Kevin Lesniak. Reiner Anderl. China A SEMI-ANALYTICAL TYRE MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF TYRE/RIM Technical Paper Publication. Milan. DETC2017-68390 Session Organizer: Liangyao Yu. Charlie C. DETC2017-67503 Yu Song. DETC2017-68209 Enschede. Naval Research Laboratory. Darmstadt. Nanjing. China Gaurav Ameta. Netherlands Bo Shang. Germany. Penn State University. ROOM 24 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Monica Bordegoni. Greenville. L. Germany. Zuid-Holland. Politecnico Di Milano. Wang. Netherlands Mohammad Hadi Tabatabaee. Netherlands A FEASIBLE SEQUENCE ORIENTED DISCRETE PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZATION FOR OPERATION SEQUENCING IN CAPP Technical Paper Publication. MD.. China. Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg. MD. Salesforce. Italy Technical Paper Publication. CO. Zentrum für Telematik. Würzburg. MD. Roy Boekraad. USA. Italy A NON-ITERATIVE CARRIER PHASE DIFFERENTIAL GNSS KINEMATIC CONCOURSE LEVEL. University of California. STRUCTURES AND TOLERANCES EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Italy. Bahram Ravani. CA. Adrie Kooijman. PA. USA. Italy. San Francisco. USA CONCOURSE LEVEL. Dakota Consulting Inc. NIST. Southeast University. Arizona State University. Nanjing. CA. IDE at University of Twente. Clemson University. Giorgio Previati. Germany Doris Aschenbrenner. Delft. USA Technical Paper Publication. Gaithersburg. DETC2017-67790 Technische Universität Darmstadt – Computer Integrated Design. CE Delft. USA CIE-22-2: MPS II Politecnico Di Milano. Davis. DETC2017-68355 Robert E. ROOM 5 2:00PM–3:40PM LOCALIZATION METHOD Session Organizer: Robert E. Xia Zhao. Hessen. CA. Davis. DETC2017-68391 INTERACTION ON A ROAD VEHICLE Gaurav Ameta. Massimiliano Gobbi. DETC2017-67630 Jianping Dou.. Gangfeng Tan. IDE at University of Twente. Gaithersburg. Yangquan Chen. Politecnico di ALGORITHM-BASED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS Milano. Milan. Jo Geraedts. U. Milan. DETC2017-67850 FEATURE RECOGNITION AND PARAMETRIZATION METHODS FOR Giandomenico Caruso. Technical Paper Publication. Italy.S. Netherlands FROM CASE STUDIES Technical Paper Publication. Merced. Shenyang. DETC2017-67031 AN EXPLORATION STUDY FOR AUGMENTED AND VIRTUAL REALITY ENHANCING SITUATION AWARENESS FOR PLANT TELEANALYSIS Thiago Weber Martins. ROOM 4 2:00PM–3:40PM DRIVING SIMULATOR SYSTEM TO EVALUATE DRIVER’S WORKLOAD USING ADAS IN DIFFERENT DRIVING CONTEXTS Session Organizer: John Steuben. Joseph Davidson. Politecnico di Milano. Wendrich. Milan. USA. Wuhan University of Technology & Virginia FOR PATTERNS OF FEATURES Polytechnic Institute and State University. Gaithersburg. Jouke Verlinden. Dakota Consulting Inc. 3D PRINTED ELECTRONICS: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Würzburg.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 71 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE AVT-1-2: ADVANCES IN GROUND VEHICLES A NOVEL TRANSITION REGION REPRESENTATION FOR ADDITIVE DYNAMICS AND CONTROLS MANUFACTURING FOR GRADED MATERIALS. DETC2017-67730 Gagandeep Singh.

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CIE-28-1: CIE PANEL: FROM A RESEARCHER/ TOWARDS A DISTRIBUTED MULTIAGENT-BASED DESIGN

TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPER TO AN FRAMEWORK

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY VISIONARY/
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68042

FACILITATOR – A PERSPECTIVE Daniel Hulse, Brandon Gigous, Kagan Tumer, Oregon State University
School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Corvallis,
CONCOURSE LEVEL, ROOM 3 2:00PM–3:40PM OR, USA, Irem Tumer, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Corvallis, OR,
Session Organizer: Nien-hua Chao, USA, unknown, WA, USA USA, Christopher Hoyle, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, USA

Session Co-Organizer: Catherine Florio, US, unknown, WA, USA AUTOMATED GRAPH GRAMMAR GENERATION FOR ENGINEERING
DESIGN WITH FREQUENT PATTERN MINING
AEROSPACE MATERIALS: DISRUPTING THE SUPPLY CHAIN
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67520
Panel. DETC2017-68573
Shraddha Sangelkar, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Erie, PA, USA,
Richard Vaia, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright, OH, USA
Professor Daniel McAdams, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX,
ROBUST DESIGN FOR ADVANCED MICROELECTRONIC PACKAGES USA

ANALOGY RETRIEVAL THROUGH TEXTUAL INFERENCE
Panel. DETC2017-68574
Eric Wong, Raytheon Corp, Raytheon, DC, USA Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67943

SMART GRID VIA DISTRIBUTED COUPLING OF SOLAR Roozbeh Sanaei, Wei Lu, Singapore University of Technology and Design,
PHOTOVOLTAICS, ELECTRIC VEHICLES, AND, BATTERY ENERGY Singapore, Kevin Otto, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland, Lucienne
STORAGE SYSTEMS Blessing, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore,
Panel. DETC2017-68575 Kristin Wood, Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore
487372, Singapore
Rajit Gadh, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA
A DISTRIBUTED INTELLIGENCE APPROACH TO USING
TRENDS AND RECENT ADVANCES OF INDUSTRIAL BIG DATA
COLLABORATING UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES FOR OIL SPILL
ANALYTICS, AI, AND CYBER PHYSICAL SYSTEMS FOR SMART
MAPPING
Panel. DETC2017-68576
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68320
Jay Lee, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, USA
Philip Odonkor, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA, Zachary Ball,
A MACHINE TINKERER, A TECHNOCRAT, AN INVENTOR – JOURNEY OF University at Buffalo, SUNY, Amherst, NY, USA, Souma Chowdhury,
ONE MECHANICAL ENGINEER University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA

DAC-8-2: DESIGN FOR RESILIENCE AND
Panel. DETC2017-68577

FAILURE RECOVERY 2
Amit Bachi, NRL, Washington, DC, USA

DAC-1-1: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND [ Cross-listed with CIE-29 ]
COMPUTATIONAL SYNTHESIS CONCOURSE LEVEL, ROOM 7 2:00PM–3:40PM
CONCOURSE LEVEL, ROOM 6 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Organizer: Zhimin Xi, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Knoxville,
Session Organizer: Ritesh Khire, 8451 (wholly owned subsidiary of Kroger), TN, USA
New York, NY, USA Session Co-Organizer: Po Ting Lin, National Taiwan University of Science
Session Co-Organizer: Matthew Campbell, Oregon State University, and Technology, Taipei, Taiwan

OPTIMIZING RESILIENCE WHEN DESIGNING ENGINEERED SYSTEMS
Corvallis, OR, USA

BENCHMARKING THE PERFORMANCE OF A MACHINE LEARNING Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68387
CLASSIFIER ENABLED MULTIOBJECTIVE GENETIC ALGORITHM ON Chao Hu, Cameron A. MacKenzie, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA
SIX STANDARD TEST FUNCTIONS
SEQUENTIAL KRIGING OPTIMIZATION FOR TIME-VARIANT
RELIABILITY-BASED DESIGN INVOLVING STOCHASTIC PROCESSES
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68332
Kayla Zeliff, Walter Bennette, Air Force Research Laboratory, Rome, NY, Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67426
USA, Scott Ferguson, North Carolina State University, North Carolina, NC,
Mingyang Li, Zequn Wang, MTU, Houghton, MI, USA
USA
BAYESIAN NETWORK LEARNING FOR UNCERTAINTY
QUANTIFICATION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68187
Zhen Hu, Sankaran Mahadevan, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, USA
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CONCEPT DRIFT AND EVOLUTION DETECTION IN FUSION DIAGNOSIS DEC-4-1: FABRICATION AND MAKING IN
WITH EVOLVING DATA STREAMS
DESIGN EDUCATION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68373
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 23 2:00PM–3:40PM
Amirmahyar Abdolsamadi, Wichita State University, Wichita, KS, USA,
Pingfeng Wang, Industrial And Manufacturing Engineering, Wichita, KS, Session Organizer: Robert Nagel, James Madison University,
USA Harrisonburg, VA, USA

DAC-10-1: DESIGN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
Session Co-Organizer: Daniela Faas, Olin College of Engineering,
Needham, MA, USA

CONCOURSE LEVEL, ROOM 8 2:00PM–3:40PM DESIGN OF A 3D PRINTABLE MECHANICAL TIME SIMULATING SOLAR
SYSTEM FOR USE IN STEM EDUCATION
Session Organizer: Beshoy Morkos, Florida Institute of Technology,
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68144
Florida, FL, USA
Mark Moffett, Florida Institute of Technology, Toledo, OH, USA,
Session Co-Organizer: Carolyn Seepersad, University of Texas at Austin,
Pierre Larochelle, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, USA
Austin, TX, USA
A QUALITATIVE APPROACH TO STUDYING THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN
FORMULATING ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES WHILE DEVELOPING
EXPERTISE, CREATIVITY, AND LEARNING IN UNIVERSITY
COMPLICATE PRODUCTS: A REVIEW FOR THE STATE-OF-THE-ART
MAKERSPACES
TECHNOLOGY
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68256
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67661
Megan Tomko, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA, Melissa
Li Young, Advanced Intelligent Machine, Inc., Green Brook, NJ, USA, Zetao
Alemán, Robert Nagel, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, USA,
Yu, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, USA, Kwun-Lon
Julie Linsey, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, USA
Ting, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN, USA
DOES DESIGNING FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING HELP US BE
CORRELATING INTEGRATIVE COMPLEXITY WITH SYSTEM
MORE CREATIVE? AN EXPLORATION IN ENGINEERING DESIGN
MODULARITY
EDUCATION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67254
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68274
Kaushik Sinha, MIT, Westborough, MA, USA, Eun Suk Suh, Seoul National
Swapnil Sinha, Hong-En Chen, Nicholas Meisel, Scarlett Miller, The
University, Seoul, Korea (Republic), Olivier De Weck, MIT, Cambridge, MA,
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
USA
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE DRIVING FACTORS OF CREATIVITY IN
GAMING THE SYSTEM: AN AGENT-BASED MODEL OF ESTIMATION
DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
STRATEGIES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68395
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68202
Michael Barclift, Penn State University, State College, PA, USA, Maria
John Meluso, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, Jesse Austin-
Alessandra Nusiner, Penn State University, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA,
Breneman, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Scarlett Miller, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA,
DUAL-SAMPLING BASED CO-KRIGING METHOD FOR DESIGN USA, Timothy W. Simpson, Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA
OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS WITH MULTI-FIDELITY MODELS
PERCEPTIONS OF PROTOTYPES: PILOT STUDY COMPARING
STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67264
Renhe Shi, Li Liu, Teng Long, Bin Yuan, Xin Li, Beijing Institute of Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68117
Technology, Beijing, China
Carlye Lauff, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, USA, Daria
THE POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON DESIGN OF INCREASED PREVALENCE Kotys-Schwartz, University of Colorado at Boulder, Lakewood, CO, USA,
OF OBESITY IN US CHILDREN Mark Rentschler, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, USA
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68292
Harsimran Thind, Matthew Parkinson, Penn State University, University
Park, PA, USA

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DFMLC-13-1: LIGHTNING TALKS – THE DTM-5-1: HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN DESIGN I
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN FRONTIER EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 20 2:00PM–3:40PM
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 22 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Organizer: Joshua Summers, Clemson University, South Carolina,
Session Organizer: Deborah Thurston, University of Illinois at Urbana- SC, USA
Champaign, Chicago, CA, USA Session Co-Organizer: Kristin Wood, Singapore University of Technology
Session Co-Organizer: Sara Behdad, University at Buffalo, SUNY, New and Design, Singapore

DESIGN THINKING AT THE CORE: LEARN NEW WAYS OF THINKING
York, United Kingdom

A LIFE CYCLE MODEL TO ASSESS COSTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL AND DOING BY REFRAMING
IMPACTS OF DIFFERENT MARITIME VESSEL TYPOLOGIES Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67172

Steve Manieri, Universita’ Degli Studi Di Parma Xiao Ge, Larry Leifer, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA

DESIGN OF AN INTEGRATED COTTON PICKING SYSTEM FOR SMALL- RISKY BUSINESS: THE DRIVING FACTORS OF CREATIVE RISK TAKING
SCALE INDIAN AGRICULTURE ATTITUDES IN ENGINEERING DESIGN INDUSTRY
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67799
Amos Winter, Guillermo F. Diaz Lankenau, MIT
Xuan Zheng, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA,
AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ENERGY Scarlett Miller, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, USA
CONSUMPTION
INTEGRATING DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION TOOLS: A DESIGNER
CENTERED STUDY
Jungfeng Ma, Mississippi State University

IMPLEMENTATION OF AN OBJECT-ORIENTED LIFE CYCLE Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68307
ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK USING FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND Edward Burnell, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA,
SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES USA, Michael Stern, Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Lincoln Labs,
Marcos Esterman, Rochester Institute of Technology Lexington, MA, USA, Ana Flooks, Maria Yang, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA

FINDING CAUSALITY IN SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS: DESIGN INNOVATION: A STUDY OF IMPACT ON PRACTICE
A COMPARISON OF BAYESIAN NETWORK STRUCTURE LEARNING Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68382
ALGORITHMS Bradley Camburn, Singapore University of Technology and Design,
Cassandra Telenko, Georgia Tech Singapore, Jan Auernhammer, Karen Sng, SUTD-MIT International Design
Centre, Singapore, Paul Mignone, Singapore University of Technology and
DESIGN OF AN AGENT-BASED TECHNIQUE FOR CONTROLLING Design, Singapore, Ryan Arlitt, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR,
INTERCONNECTED DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCE USA, K. Blake Perez, Zack Huang, Subarna Basnet, SUTD-MIT
TRANSACTIONS International Design Centre, Singapore, Lucienne Blessing, Kristin Wood,
Samantha Janko, Arizona State University Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore, Singapore

A GUIDED PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZER FOR DISTRIBUTED FUNCTION MODELING: COMPARISON OF CHAINING METHODS USING
OPERATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE TO BUILDING INTEGRATION PROTOCOL STUDY AND DESIGNER STUDY
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68420
Mengqi Hu, University of Illinois at Chicago
Apurva Patel, William Kramer, Michelle Flynn, Clemson University,
ORIGINS OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES: THE CASE OF NUCLEAR REACTOR Clemson, SC, USA, Joshua Summers, Clemson University, South Carolina,
DESIGN PROJECTS SC, USA, Marissa Shuffler Porter, Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA

MR-1-3: PLANAR MECHANISMS
Aditi Verma, MIT

FLEXIBILITY AND REAL OPTIONS ANALYSIS IN DESIGN FOR LONG
TERM GENERATION EXPANSION PLANNING OF POWER GRID EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 10 2:00PM–3:40PM
SYSTEMS
Session Organizer: Andrew P. Murray, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH,
Michel-Alexandre Cardin, National University of Singapore USA

A SIMPLE STARTING POINT FOR DESIGNING FOR AND/OR ASSESSING Session Co-Organizer: Jingjun Yu, Beihang University/Robotics Institute,
THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF PRODUCTS Beijing, China

Chris Mattson, Brigham Young University THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURE OF A GEAR-COUPLED SERIAL
CHAIN TO TRACE THE BUTTERFLY CURVE
TOWARDS A UNIVERSAL SOCIAL IMPACT METRIC FOR ENGINEERED
PRODUCTS THAT ALLEVIATE POVERTY
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68388
74 Yang Liu, Peter Lee-Shien Wang, J. Michael McCarthy, University of
Chris Mattson, Brigham Young University
California, Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA

Faridabad. DETC2017-68308 Technical Paper Publication. Japan FUNCTION GENERATION USING POLES AND ROTATION ANGLES MR-8-3: GRASPING AND HUMAN-CENTERED APPLICATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Technical Paper Publication. Delhi. University of St. Ryerson Los Angeles. Indian Institute of Kristina Shea. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETHZ). Magleby. Blacksburg. Japan USA. Wael Saab. George Mason University. M.V. Provo. WI. MIT. P. Jiayao Ma. USA Technical Paper Publication. Technology Delhi. DETC2017-67197 Soichiro Nomura. AN OPTIMIZATION METRIC FOR PROSTHETIC FEET Technical Paper Publication. Tino Stankovic. Daniel J. Fairfax. China Adam Williams. Aaron M. Hongbin Fang. USA MR-4-3: FOLDING PATTERNS DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF A PRISMATIC-REVOLUTE-REVOLUTE JOINT HAND FOR GRASPING FROM UNCONSTRAINED VEHICLES EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Dollar. DETC2017-68063 Technical Paper Publication. Japan. Jiayao Ma. Rao. Magna Seating. New Delhi. INTERCHANGEABLE CUSTOM ROTATIONAL SPRINGS TO ADJUST Ann Arbor. Kathryn Olesnavage. Stony Julian A. Yale University. DETC2017-67322 Technical Paper Publication. Suman Muralikrishnan. USA Victor Prost. Kanagawa. DETC2017-67820 **Engineering For Global Development Paper** Sarah C. Toronto. Tianjin University. Meiji University. Switzerland. Anurag Purwar. Marquette University. PATH AND Meiji University. USA PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS OF A METAMORPHIC MECHANISM BASED ANKLE STIFFNESS FOR EVALUATING LOWER LEG TRAJECTORY ON A GLOBAL SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY ERROR.M. Brook. USA UT. Japan. NY. PLANAR LINKAGE SYNTHESIS FOR MIXED MOTION. Cambridge. ETH Zürich. India. Interlocus Inc. USA TRANSITION FROM PINCHING TO ENVELOPE GRASPING WITH SIMPLE CONTROL SELF-LOCKING ORIGAMI STRUCTURES AND LOCKING-INDUCED PIECEWISE STIFFNESS Technical Paper Publication. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich. Yan Chen. CT. ROOM 9 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Pulkit Sapra. Technical Paper Publication. Toyama. Toronto. ROOM 11 2:00PM–3:40PM ELEMENT BASED FORCE ANALYSIS OF A SINGLE INPUT-MULTIPLE OUTPUT LINKAGE SYSTEM Session Organizer: Nina Robson. ON. DETC2017-67469 Student Competition Paper. Kanagawa 247.. MA. USA DESIGN AND TESTING OF A PROSTHETIC FOOT PROTOTYPE WITH University. DETC2017-67666 Takumi Tamamoto. United Kingdom . Toyama Prefectural University. Amos Winter. New Haven. ANALYSIS OF CROSS FOLDING AN ELASTIC SHEET VA. New Delhi. University of Michigan. Switzerland India RIGID FOLDABILITY OF TRIANGLE-TWIST ORIGAMI PATTERN AND ITS ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENTIAL MECHANISMS FOR A ROBOTIC HEAD DERIVED 6R LINKAGE STABILIZATION SYSTEM Technical Paper Publication. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. MN. Luca Zimmermann. Delhi. Tianjin University. Tokyo. MI. California State University. DETC2017-67565 Ronald Zimmerman II. Ann Arbor. Toronto. Kon-Well Wang. India. Haryana.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 75 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE A TASK-DRIVEN APPROACH TO OPTIMAL SYNTHESIS OF PLANAR NORIGAMI CREASE PATTERN MODEL DESIGN BASED ON SURFACES FOUR-BAR LINKAGES FOR EXTENDED BURMESTER PROBLEM OF REVOLUTION Technical Paper Publication. Canada. DETC2017-67388 Degao Hou. Ichiro Hagiwara. ON. USA. Delhi. DEVELOPMENT OF MULTI JOINT GRIPPER THAT ACHIEVES VA. Koichi Koganezawa. USA Diago. Kanagawa. Tokai University. Philip Voglewede. Yokohama. Inman. Ryerson University. DETC2017-67222 Session Organizer: Spencer P. CA. Tianjin. Kanagawa. Balakrishnan. USA Session Co-Organizer: Jyh-Ming Lien. Japan. Shih-Cheng A. IIT Delhi. Pinhas Ben-Tzvi. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. Milwaukee. Chu. Zurich. Baxter. Oxford. Amin Moosavian. Switzerland. Zurich. University of California. Saint Paul. Canada. Zürich. Virginia Tech. MI. Romero. Yan Chen. Brigham Young University. Tianjin. MI. Los Angeles. MI. Ryerson University. Fullerton. University of Michigan. Keita Takeuchi. White Lake. DETC2017-67371 Rui Peng. Fengfeng Xi. China. CA. Ann Arbor. India. Kawasaki. USA DESIGN AND COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LINEAR GUIDES FOR FINDING RIGID BODY MODES OF RIGID-FOLDABLE ORIGAMI REFRESHABLE BRAILLE DISPLAYS THROUGH THE SIMULATION OF VERTEX MOTION Technical Paper Publication. USA Cong Zhu Sun. ON. Indian Institute of Technology. DETC2017-67802 Varan Gupta. Spencer Backus. DETC2017-67468 Fullerton. University of Oxford. Thomas. DETC2017-67821 Shrinath Deshpande. Luis A. Canada. 75 Zhong You. Stony Brook University. Session Co-Organizer: Dennis Hong. New Delhi. University of Michigan.

China. Andrea Monteriù. India. Adriano Mancini. Università Sherif Tella. Huazhong University of Science and Technology. Indian Institute of Science. Indian Space Research Organization. Safvan Palathingal. China. Saudi Arabia Zingaretti. Novedrate. Indian Institute of Science. CO. Michele Bernardini. Greenville. Bangalore. USA Politecnica delle Marche. Christian Spurio. Bangalore. DETC2017-67359 CONTROLLER IN GRID-CONNECTED INVERTER SYSTEM Rivka Gilat. Ancona. India Mirco Sturari. Università degli Studi eCampus. Indian Institute of Science. Ancona. Antonio Fasano. Aarhus. DETC2017-68417 Alessandro Freddi. Domenico Tigano. Università University of Michigan. Technical Paper Publication. Israel Pan Zhifeng. Università Politecnica delle Marche. Università Politecnica delle Marche. NC. Ancona. Italy. Thai nguyen University of MICROACTUATORS Technology. East Carolina University. ACTIVE FAULT TOLERANT CONTROL OF REMOTELY OPERATED FILM PIEZOELECTRIC MICROACTUATOR FOR ENDOMICROSCOPY VEHICLES VIA CONTROL EFFORT REDISTRIBUTION Technical Presentation. Italy. Luo Ying. Yueqing Yu. Ancona. Dipartimento Technology. DETC2017-68016 Technical Paper Publication. Primo Zingaretti. Emanuele Frontoni. Italy MICRO STRINGS DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF FRACTIONAL ORDER PID Technical Presentation. Ancona. CA. Giridhar. VEHICLE TRACKING AND CLASSIFICATION FROM VIDEOS UNDER M. Annalisa Cenci. Ancona. Italy USA Session Co-Organizer: Alessandro Freddi. Ariel. Beijing University of Technology. India. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Jeddah. Thomas D. DETC2017-68522 Technical Paper Publication. Riccardo Felicetti. Blacksburg. Guangzhou. Luca Esposto. Zhuo Zhang. VA. Technical Paper Publication. ELECTROSTATICALLY INDUCED ELASTO-PLASTIC BEHAVIOR OF Novedrate. Israel. Ancona. S. Guangzhou. Wuhan. Roma. Wang. ROOM 13 2:00PM–3:40PM AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE (ASAI) Session Organizer: Teresa Ryan. Lucio Ciabattoni. Italy. VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF V-SHAPED BEAM ELECTROTHERMAL Guangzhou. Mohammad Younis. India. AN. RM. Italy RESONANT-MODE DYNAMICS OF A LARGE DISPLACEMENT THIN. Francesco Ferracuti. University of California. Italy. Chen Yangquan. Bengaluru. DETC2017-68004 Karnataka. DETC2017-67760 Jongsoo Choi. Bangalore. Alessandro Baldini. Università DESIGN OF A TWO-TERMINAL BISTABLE MICROMACHINED SWITCH Campus Bio-medico. Universit Politecnica Delle Marche. Universit Politecnica Delle Marche. King Abdullah University of Science and Politecnica delle Marche. Nouha Alcheikh. Italy. Haijun Li. King Abdullah di Ingegneria dell’Informazione–DII. Italy. Wang XiaoHong. Tian Lianfang. Hoang Thi Thu Giang. DETC2017-67355 Tel Aviv. ROOM 14 2:00PM–3:40PM USA Session Organizer: Adriano Mancini. Kenn Oldham. Denmark A CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR CHRONIC VENOUS ELECTROTHERMALLY ACTUATED MICROBEAMS WITH VARYING INSUFFICIENCY STIFFNESS Technical Paper Publication. Italy 76 . Università Politecnica delle Marche. An-cona. DETC2017-67486 Merced. Ancona. Università degli Studi eCampus. USA. Technical Paper Publication. Session Co-Organizer: Sai Tej Paruchuri. Ancona. Ann Arbor. MI. China. Technical Paper Publication. AN. Università Politecnica delle Marche. Slava Krylov. China. China Xuping Zhang. Aarhus University. South China University of Technology. Italy Nitish Satya Murthy. Italy. Thuwal. Italy. Beijing. Ancona. South China University of Technology. SWITCHES MESA-1-1: AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS AND EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Italy. Università Politecnica delle Marche. DETC2017-67517 Chiara Calamanti. CO. Saudi Arabia. Virginia Tech. Bengaluru. Xiyu Duan.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 76 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE MNS-6-1: MEMS ACTUATORS. Università Politecnica delle Marche. Primo University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Tel Aviv University. ILLUMINATION CHANGES AND OCCLUSIONS GK Ananthasuresh. Ariel University.

Upper Austria. Amal Z. Merced. Saudi Arabia. DETC2017-67642 Technical Presentation. Lakshmoji Kosuru. King Abdullah Technical Paper Publication. Jeddah. Southern Illinois University. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Seung-Kyum Choi. Polytechnic University of Marche. TX. DETC2017-68530 Sungkun Hwang. Davis. IL. IL. Georgia Institute of Technology. Georgia Institute of Technology. Linz. [ Cross-listed with VIB-16 ] BALLROOM LEVEL. Suwon. CA. Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Atlanta. Universita degli Studi di Napoli Xi Zhao. DETC2017-68368 SYSTEMS II Shubo Chen. University of California. Johannes Kepler University. USA 77 (KAUST). United Arab Emir. CA. Davis. GA. DETC2017-67260 Ancona. Institute. Atlanta. Fadi Alsaleem. WV. WI. West Virginia State University. Harry H. Wichita Falls. Omaha. Thuwal. ROOM 26C 2:00PM–3:40PM University of California at Davis. USA PERIODIC MOTIONS IN A COUPLED VAN DER POL-DUFFING Jaber. Korea (Republic) Makkah Province. of Science and Technology. Saudi OSCILLATOR Arabia. Hassen Ouakad. USA. DETC2017-67579 Bo Yu. CA. King Abdullah University Session Co-Organizer: Harry H. Napoli. Nizar R. CA. Sungkyunkwan Technical Paper Publication. Albert Luo. GA. University of California. USA University of California Merced. Universita Politecnica delle Marche. USA. Platteville. Soheil Fatehiboroujeni. Saudi Arabia. Ja Choon Koo. ROOM 25B 2:00PM–3:40PM METHOD USING CHEBYSHEV POLYNOMIALS Session Organizer: Laura Ruzziconi. Johannes Kepler Universität Linz. OPTIMAL DESIGN OF STRETCHABLE ELECTRONICS WITH THE MODELING NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF BIOLOGICAL FILAMENTS IN CONSIDERATION OF RESPONSE VARIABILITY CONTINUUM LIMIT Technical Paper Publication. Saudi Arabia. USA. Davis. Italy. University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Thuwal. University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Georgia Tech. NE. Sungkyunkwan University. Saudi Arabia VOICE RECOGNITION FOR STEM EDUCATION USING ROBOTICS MSNDC-6-2: TIME-VARYING AND TIME-DELAY Technical Paper Publication. Merced. USA Session Organizer: Yu Guo. Binsen Qian. Austria Minerals. King Abdullah University of Science & Technology. Abu Dhabi. Thuwal. DETC2017-67791 Session Organizer: Ja Choon Koo. Mohammad Younis. Italy AN ELECTRICALLY ACTUATED MICROBEAM-BASED MEMS DEVICE: SELF-EXCITED NONLINEAR OSCILLATOR EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION Technical Paper Publication. USA DYNAMICS OF MEMS ARCHES DYNAMIC MODELING OF BEAM TO PULLEY CONTACT Technical Paper Publication. Italy. DETC2017-67628 SYSTEMS Kyeong Ha Lee. Mohammed Bellaredj. USA. Saudi Arabia. DETC2017-67323 Technical Paper Publication. University of California. Session Co-Organizer: Enrico Babilio. Laura Ruzziconi. Alexander Humer. Khalifa University. Davis. USA PERIOD MOTIONS AND LIMIT CYCLE IN A PERIODICALLY FORCED. Ancona. CA. Edwardsville. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Yeyin Xu. Stefano Lenci. USA. Polytechnic University of Marche. Thuwal. Cheng. USA. USA. DETC2017-67874 Technical Presentation. Davis. Davis. IN.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 77 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MESA-15-1: SENSORS AND ACTUATORS (SA) EFFECT OF INITIAL CURVATURE ON THE STATIC AND DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF MEMS RESONATORS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Hajjaj. USA. CA. MSNDC-5-1: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF USA STRUCTURES I STEADY-STATE RESPONSES OF NONAUTONOMOUS NONLINEAR TIME-DELAY SYSTEMS WITH THE INCREMENTAL HARMONIC [ Cross-listed with VIB-4 ] BALANCE METHOD AND STABILITY ANALYSIS WITH THE SPECTRAL BALLROOM LEVEL. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Albert Luo. DETC2017-67420 Mohammad Hasan. Linz. USA King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Italy Xuefeng Wang. REAL-TIME HIGH BANDWIDTH FEEDFORWARD POSITION CONTROL Saudi Arabia OF ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC ACTUATOR USING NON-MINIMUM PHASE AMPLITUDE-DEPENDENT STIFFNESS METHOD FOR STUDYING INVERSE MODEL FREQUENCY AND DAMPING VARIATIONS IN NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 19 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Mohammad Younis. Sachin Goyal. GA. Ancona. Cheng. Korea (Republic) Mohammad Al-Shudeifat. Federico II. Davis. Edwardsville. DETC2017-67918 University. Ivo Steinbrecher. A NOVEL THRESHOLD PRESSURE SENSOR BASED ON NONLINEAR University of California At Merced. Dhahran. Nouha Alcheikh. DETC2017-67563 University of Science and Technology KAUST. Atlanta. Midwestern State University. Ghazaale Leylaz Mehrabadi. Anupam Mishra. Technical Paper Publication. Southern Illinois University. Saudi Arabia . King Fahd University of Petroleum and Austria. Suwon. Thuwal. Seung Guk Baek. Edwardsville.

Shenyang Liaoning. VA. AL. ROOM 15 2:00PM–3:40PM Ashu Sharma. China BALLROOM LEVEL. Hongwu Li. China. Jin Xu. Virginia Tech. Tengjiao Lin. Liming Wang. USA. Blacksburg. Shaanxi.China Agricultural University. LLC. DETC2017-67763 SURFACE ENVELOPING SPIROID DRIVE Mustafa Yildirim. Chonqing. Chongqing University. DETC2017-68333 EFFECTS OF CUMULATIVE PITCH ERROR ON DYNAMIC RESPONSE Arman Dabiri. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Milford. Chonqing. USA OF GEAR TRANSMISSION Technical Presentation. Session Organizer: Ignacio Gonzalez-Perez. Yang Jiao. China RESEARCH ON A GENERATING METHOD OF SPIRAL FLUTES OF VIBRATION OF A SPINNING PLANETARY GEAR WITH A DEFORMABLE. DETC2017-67045 Yimin Shao. Dong Xuezhu. Polytechnic University of Auburn University. COUPLED SPINNING RINGS Technical Presentation. Ford Otosan. Chongqing University. USA 78 . Huan Song. Northeastern University. University of Arizona. China A METHOD FOR THE OPTIMAL DESIGN OF SPLIT RING DAMPERS FOR RESEARCH ON INCOMPLETE DESIGN AND GENERATING THEORY OF AVIATION GEARS THE RELIEF SURFACES OF DUAL-CONE DOUBLE ENVELOPING HOURGLASS WORM GEAR HOB Technical Paper Publication. Vaidya. Mignolet. Beijing. Arizona State University. Tucson. Turkey VIB-2-3: STRUCTURES AND CONTINUOUS Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 25A 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Organizer: Marc P. Xi’an. China. MI. College of Chenxin Wang. China Yan Cheng. Wei Wenjun. Blacksburg. China. Chongqing University.China Agricultural University. USA Transmissions and Controls. AZ. China. DETC2017-67073 Cao. Vaidya. Wei Wenjun. USA SEMI-ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR THE VIBRATION OF AXISYMMETRIC. DETC2017-68041 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Shenyang LINEAR FRACTIONAL-ORDER DELAY-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Liaoning.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 78 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE AN APPROXIMATE ANALYSIS OF QUASI-PERIODIC SYSTEMS VIA PTG-3-3: GEAR DYNAMICS AND NOISE (3) FLOQUET THEORY Technical Paper Publication. USA VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF FRICTION PLATE OF A 6-SPEED MATHEMATICAL MODELING AND DYNAMIC CONTACT ANALYSIS OF PLANETARY GEAR TRAIN BASE ON MULTI-BODY DYNAMIC MODEL BEVELOID GEAR PAIRS IN MARINE GEARBOX WITH SMALL SHAFT ANGLE Technical Paper Publication. Shaanxi Engineering Laboratory for Transmissions and Controls. China HEAVY DUTY VEHICLE REAR AXLE WHINE NOISE PREDICTION GLOBAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MESHING LIMIT LINE OF CONICAL Technical Presentation. Chongqing. Shannxi. Dong Xuezhu. AKGears. DETC2017-68489 Kedar S. AZ. Istanbul. China Student Competition Paper. Beijing. Xi’an. China. USA Session Co-Organizer: Kedar S. Xi’an. Auburn. DETC2017-67053 Technical Presentation. Chongqing University. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Auburn. Beijing. USA Cartagena. Li Haitao. Tempe. AL. Chongqing. Cartagena. Zheng Technical Paper Publication. Auburn University. Session Co-Organizer: Alexander Kapelevich. Rui Chengjie. VA. ROOM 16 2:00PM–3:40PM Shaanxi. Virginia Tech. Chongqing.Northwestern Polytechnical University. DETC2017-67408 SYSTEMS III Yaping Zhao. DETC2017-68494 Yang Jie. China MN. Shaanxi Engineering Laboratory for Session Organizer: Hai Xu. DETC2017-67051 China Rui Chengjie. Liu Wen. Beijing. Subhash Sinha. Virginia Tech. Robert Parker. Technical Paper Publication. Geng Liu. Jun Zhao. DETC2017-67093 PTG-1-3: GEAR GEOMETRY (3) Lan Liu. USA Engineering. Shoreview. Blacksburg. Liyan Wu. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. China North Vehicle Research Institute. Wang Yanrong. DETC2017-67231 Ye Hang. Spain FRACTIONAL CHEBYSHEV COLLOCATION METHOD FOR SOLVING Session Co-Organizer: Yaping Zhao. Li Haitao. China. Eric Butcher. College of Engineering. Yang Jie. Chongqing. General Motors Company. China. Tinghui Su. HOURGLASS WORM GEAR HOB COMPLIANT RING GEAR INCLUDING STEADY DEFORMATION Technical Paper Publication. Chongqing. Hang Li. Jiang Xianghua. VA. Robert Parker. Northeastern University. Beihang University.

DETC2017-67365 Edinburg. USA AN ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY HARVESTER FOR ROTATIONAL VIB-15-1: MECHANICAL AND ACOUSTIC APPLICATIONS METAMATERIALS I BALLROOM LEVEL. Carbondale. VIBRATION-BASED HARVESTERS USING A MECHANICAL MOTION BUCKLED BEAMS RECTIFIER Technical Paper Publication. United Kingdom. CT. Chris K. Marietta. University. USA Diego A. ROOM 26A 2:00PM–3:40PM Arizona State University. Xi’an Jiaotong University. Mount Pleasant. Xian. Xi’an. Central Michigan University. ROOM 26B 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Ezequiel Juarez. USA. Queen’s University. Blacksburg. Oxford. Stephanos Theodossiades. AZ. Austin. GA. Christopher G. DETC2017-67960 Ben Gunn. VA. Blue Virginia Tech. Il Yong Kim. Amit Shukla. Carbondale. China Michael J. UMBC. Central Michigan University. IL. Georgia Institute of Technology. USA WALL CARBON NANOTUBE UNDER ELECTROSTATIC ACTUATION COMPUTATIONAL MODAL ANALYSIS OF A TWIN-ENGINE REAR Technical Paper Publication. USA PVDF-BASED FLEXIBLE ENERGY HARVESTING FROM HUMAN INCREASING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMAND-SHAPED ENGINE MOTION RESTART STRATEGIES Technical Presentation. Loughborough. Justin Wilbanks. United Kingdom Session Co-Organizer: Massimo Ruzzene. University. Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Mingyi Liu. IL. Ethicon Endo-surgery. TX. Ash. Atlanta. MD. DETC2017-67694 Student Competition Paper.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 79 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE COMPONENT-CENTRIC REDUCED ORDER MODELS FOR THE LINEAR VIB-10-1: INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS AND NONLINEAR DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF MULTI-BAY STRUCTURES [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-10 ] Technical Presentation. GA. ON. Georgia Institute of Technology. USA. Mechefske. Chris K. Xi’an J. Virginia Tech. Warwick. Tim Saunders. Lei Zuo. VA. OH. USA. Ethicon. DeJong. The Ohio State University. DETC2017-67956 Yuting Wang. TX. ON. Kingston. USA ON IMPROVEMENT OF OPERATION BANDWIDTH OF DUFFING-LIKE OPTIMIZING PERIODIC RESPONSE OF PIEZO-DRIVEN. BALLROOM LEVEL. Laurel. USA. USA. USA FINITE ELEMENT MODELING OF STOCKBRIDGE DAMPER AND USA MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF A GYROSCOPIC VIBRATION ENERGY VIBRATION ANALYSIS: EQUIVALENT CABLE STIFFNESS HARVESTER Technical Paper Publication. MI. GA. Tempe. USA Cooley. Leamy. DETC2017-67367 FUSELAGE MOUNTED AIRCRAFT SUPPORT FRAME Dumitru Caruntu. IL. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Central Michigan University. Daejeon. AZ. OH. Oumar Barry. William Olson. USA. Loughborough Session Organizer: Ryan L Harne. Miami Yue Yuan. Mechefske. The University of Texas at Austin. DESIGN UNDER UNCERTAINTY FOR A PIEZOELECTRIC ENERGY HARVESTER TO POWER A TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM Atlanta. Canada UNCERTAIN PARAMETER ESTIMATION APPROACHES FOR Atlanta. Georgia Institute of Tech. MI. Columbus. Session Co-Organizer: Alper Erturk. USA. MI. USA. NONLINEAR. Rothberg. OH. The Johns Hopkins University Applied FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF PARAMETRIC RESONANCE OF DOUBLE Physics Lab. Queen’s University. USA. Korea institute of Machinery & Materials. USA Ford Motor Company. USA. DETC2017-68029 James Wilson. GA. Wei Che Tai. Blacksburg. Korea (Republic) Andrea Alu. Mt Pleasant. Greenwich. DETC2017-68238 Nitish Kumar Vaja. Laindon. DETC2017-67389 Session Organizer: Lei Zuo. USA Braden T. USA. Canada VIB-3-1: ENERGY HARVESTING I EXPERIMENTAL MODAL ANALYSIS OF A HALF-SCALE MODEL TWIN- [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-2 ] ENGINE AIRCRAFT REAR FUSELAGE ENGINE MOUNT SUPPORT FRAME BALLROOM LEVEL. Soobum Lee. ROOM 25C 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Young- Technical Presentation. Steve J. Mount Pleasant. Technical Paper Publication. USA Technical Paper Publication. Carbondale. Kingston. VA. DETC2017-67450 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67548 Junyi Cao. Virginia Tech. USA 79 . Blacksburg. Brian Tan Chai. DETC2017-67522 TOPOLOGICAL ROBUSTNESS AND NON-RECIPROCITY IN MECHANICAL AND ACOUSTIC METAMATERIALS Amin Toghi Eshghi. Leicestershire. Mignolet. Marc P. Virginia Tech. Jiaotong University. Southern Illinois University. MD. Arizona State University. DETC2017-68130 Technical Presentation. China. MESA. VA. Thang Tran. Blacksburg. Georgia Institute of Technology. Chamberlain. USA Session Organizer: Brian Olson. DETC2017-67505 Cheol Kim. Baltimore. Yulong Cai.

DETC2017-67215 Bangalore. Fort Worth. Kyoto Institute of Technology. Cristian Medè. Lin Xu. The CIE-1-2: AMS GENERAL II University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute. Sheng Zheng. China. Japan. Fengwei Liu. Karnataka. University of Utah. VA.DII. Massimiliano Gobbi. Italy. TX. USA APPROXIMATE ANALYTICAL SOLUTIONS TO INVERSE BOUNDARY AVT-3-1: ADVANCES IN METHODS FOR VALUE PROBLEMS WITH SPARSE DATA GROUND VEHICLE SYSTEMS DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. USA PALPATION-LIKE DEVICES OF BALL INDENTATION FOR SOFTNESS THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON LIP SEAL LOSSES IN EVALUATION OF BIOLOGICAL TISSUE LARGE HIGH-SPEED ROTORS Technical Paper Publication. University of Texas at Arlington. University of Florida. ROOM 21 2:00PM–3:40PM Yu Pan. Italy. Technical Paper Publication. Virginia Technical Presentation. Padova. Shanthanu Chakravarthy. UT. CRRC Yangtze Co. Mohamed A. PERIODIC BOUNDARY CONDITIONS USING STEP BOUNDARY China. Kyoto. Sakyo-ku. Venkataraman. Ruijin Jiang.. USA Technical Paper Publication. Milan. Milan. Sakyo-ku. Ashok Kumar. University of Padova-DII. Rochester Institute of Technology. Beijing.. China. USA. Balakuntala. DETC2017-68044 PHYSICS SIMULATION Aswath Manogaran. DETC2017-67010 Student Competition Paper. Indian Institute of Science. Yuki Shirai. DETC2017-67233 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Tsinghua University. DETC2017-67885 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-68103 Nuthi. Padova. Graduate School. INTERFACE AND Session Co-Organizers: Guangqiang Wu. Gainesville. Bengaluru. Fort Worth. USA Technical Paper Publication. J. Abdelkareem. Italy . University of Padova-DII. Politecnico di Milano. Sijing Guo. Blacksburg. USA METHOD IMPROVEMENT OF HARVESTERS FOR TIRES BY MEANS OF MULTI- Technical Paper Publication. Muthu B. ROOM 3 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. USA DATA FITTING USING NATURAL BERNSTEIN-BEZIER FUNCTIONS Mythra V. Wijesundara. FL. Italy FOR PRESSURE ULCER PREVENTION PROOF-OF-CONCEPT DESIGN OF ELECTRONIC WEDGE BRAKE WITH MULTI-ROLLERS Technical Paper Publication. Elia Missaglia. Politecnico Di Milano. Italy. University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute. Gainesville. OH. Salt Lake City. Politecnico Di Milano. TX. Federico Moro. TX. Lei Zuo. VA. Hubei. DETC2017-68413 Session Organizer: Ashok Kumar. Nothnagle. Liangyao Yu. Tongji University. Ryan L Harne. A. TX. Nithin Shivashankar. DETC2017-67301 Alberto Doria. DETC2017-68191 Wei Carrigan. USA. Alvise Maschio.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 80 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE COMPUTATIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF DOUBLE POROSITY THE DIMENSION MATCH AND PARAMETERS SETTING OF THE METAMATERIALS FOR BROADBAND SOUND INSULATION HYDRAULIC MOTOR FOR THE HYDRAULIC-ELECTROMAGNETIC Student Competition Paper. University of Padova. India P. Padova. Japan Mastinu. Virginia Tech. S. Blacksburg. Hubei. NY. Session Organizers: Not Determined at Press Time Blacksburg. University of Padova-Dept of Industrial Eng. Oshkosh. Italy. Wuhan. Karnataka. NY. DETC2017-67552 ENERGY-REGENERATIVE SHOCK ABSORBER Shichao Cui. Shanghai. Padova. USA. Venkataraman. Daniele Desideri. VA. Wuhan/Hubei. Jinghu Chang. USA HARVESTER FOR RAILWAY VEHICLE SUSPENSIONS BIOMED-2-2: BIOROBOTICS AND HAPTICS II Student Competition Paper. Xiaobo Yang. Gianpiero Kyoto. Rochester. Kesavan Ramakrishnan. University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute. Kyoto Institute of Technology. Lei Zuo. Wuhan. DETC2017-68093 TOWARDS A COMPLETE CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ELASTIC Jia Mi. Zhiwen Tu. Vijay Natarajan. China Fort Worth. USA Session Organizer: Massimiliano Gobbi. Caleb P. Politecnico Di A PRESSURE MODULATING SENSORIZED SOFT ACTUATOR ARRAY Milano. Narayan Jatinder Bhatia. USA. GK Ananthasuresh. Lingshuai Meng. Pavan Technical Paper Publication. Milan. Indian Institute of Science. Bangalore. DETC2017-67856 Atsushi Sakuma. Italy. University of Florida. MODELING AND LAB TEST OF ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY Graeme Milton. USA DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMULATION ENDOSCOPE FOR VIRTUAL ENDOSCOPY TRAINING CONCOURSE LEVEL. Ltd. Wuhan University of Technology. Virginia Tech. FL. DETC2017-67662 Tech. Columbus. The Ohio State University. Rochester Institute of Technology. Fort Worth. Charu Pande. Oshkosh Corporation. Giorgio Previati. India. Wuhan TENSORS OF 3D-PRINTED MATERIALS University of Technology. Rochester. Italy. Padova. University of 80 Padova–DII. Italy MESH INDEPENDENT MODELING OF ESSENTIAL. ROOM 24 4:00PM–5:40PM P. Milan. WI. China. USA DESIGN.

DETC2017-67645 Shu-Ping Lin. USA SCIENCE FIELDS OPTIMALITY CONDITIONS FOR CONSTRAINED LEAST-SQUARES Technical Presentation. NJ. The State University of New SIGNALS. Ltd. Joshua Summers. Gea. Edinburgh. Kuang-Yen Liu. Erlangen. WA. Himeji. University of Washington. National Cheng Kung University. Taiwan. SC. Clemson University. ROOM 4 4:00PM–5:40PM A THESAURUS-GUIDED TEXT ANALYTICS TECHNIQUE FOR CAPABILITY-BASED CLASSIFICATION OF MANUFACTURING Session Organizer: Joshua Summers. Naval Research Lab. Scotland. Seattle. USA. Washington. DETC2017-68145 FITTING OF CIRCLES. Stanford. National Institute of Standards and Technology. Japan. Andrew Brock. AND SPHERES TO ESTABLISH Melanie Ambrose. South Carolina. Wei-Hao Lu. Washington. Peter Meer. EQUIPPING ENGINEERS FOR SUPPORT IN THE COMPUTATIONAL TX. Clemson University. DETC2017-67987 Technical Paper Publication. Winsor. Edinburgh. DETC2017-67564 Hiroyuki Kodama. James Ritchie. DETC2017-68121 Max Ferguson. DETC2017-67227 USA ANALYSIS OF DRILLING PROCESS KNOWLEDGE DERIVED FROM Benjamin Schleich. USA CONCOURSE LEVEL. Washington. Raunak Bhinge. CA. Norfolk. Elizabeth Gendreau. Taipei. SC. Sandro Wartzack. Heriot-Watt University. SUPPLIERS SC. DETC2017-67680 ROBUST RECOVERY OF 3D GEOMETRIC PRIMITIVES FROM POINT Shogo Tabata. MICRODRILL CATALOG DATABASE USING DATA-MINING METHOD Erlangen. Ramin Sabbagh. Athanasios Iliopoulos. Edinburgh. Kyotanabe-shi. VA. CYLINDERS. Taiwan 81 . C. Nick Weston. MO. USA. DC. National Taiwan University of Science and Technology. CA. USA. USA Watt University. University of Hyogo. San Marcos. Stanford University. Renishaw plc. Los Angeles. USA. DC. Infinite Uptime. Doshisha University. Toshiki Hirogaki. Taiwan. H. Technical Paper Publication. Tainan. NIST. Hyogo. USA CO. MD. Steven Yung-Tsun Tina Lee. DETC2017-68186 Carlos Morato. Doshisha University. South Carolina. Kansas City. USA DEVELOPING A METHOD FOR CLASSIFYING DESIGN ENABLERS Technical Paper Publication. ASEA Brown Boveri (ABB). United Kingdom. Gaithersburg. TX. SC. CT. MD. Kyoto. USA. DETC2017-67652 DEVIATION PARAMETRIZATION AND META-MODELLING Farhad Ameri. USA. Honeywell FM&T. Technical Paper Publication. San Marcos. Germany. Kyoto. O’Shields. GL Design Automation Company. Krishna Kaipa. Clemson University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Farhad Ameri. US Naval Research Laboratory. Session Organizer: Ashis Banerjee. Satyandra Gupta. Clemson University. Heriot- Southern California. National Institute of Standards and Technology.. Eiichi CLOUD Aoyama. Naval Research Laboratory. University of Lim. CA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 81 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE TOWARDS AN ANALYTICAL. Anderson. DETC2017-67143 CIE-8-2: CAPPD GENERAL II Craig Shakarji. Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg. USA. Texas State University. Kyotanabe. Rutgers. United Kingdom INFRASTRUCTURE DAMAGE INSPECTION AND LIFE ESTIMATION Industry Proposal. Piscataway. Glenwood Springs. Heriot-Watt University. Virginia Degiorgi. Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuernberg. DETC2017-68269 Technical Paper Publication. DC. Taipei. USA. Texas State University. Japan A GENERALIZED METHOD FOR FEATURIZATION OF MANUFACTURING Xiang Yang. USA USA SYSTEM STATE MONITORING TO FACILITATE SAFE AND EFFICIENT CONVNET-BASED OPTICAL RECOGNITION FOR ENGINEERING HUMAN-ROBOT COLLABORATION IN HYBRID ASSEMBLY CELLS DRAWINGS Technical Paper Publication. MD.S. U. Law. Po Ting Lin. Naval Research Laboratory. Berkeley. USA. Theo Old Dominion University. USA DATUMS Technical Paper Publication. Edinburgh. John Steuben. USA MOTION TOLERANCING BASED ON SKIN MODEL SHAPES BY FORM Technical Paper Publication. Gaithersburg. WITH APPLICATION TO TOOL CONDITION MONITORING Jersey. Japan. United Kingdom. ROOM 5 4:00PM–5:40PM John Michopoulos. Vijay Srinivasan. Germany Technical Paper Publication. Kincho H. DETC2017-67811 CONCOURSE LEVEL. Lexington. USA. COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL CIE-17-1: SMART MANUFACTURING FRAMEWORK FOR PREDICTING AGING OF CATHODIC SURFACES INFOMATICS Technical Paper Publication. Gaithersburg.

Cornell University. Rochester. Scarlett Miller.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 82 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE DAC-3-1: DATA-DRIVEN DESIGN PRODUCT FAMILY AND PRODUCT PLATFORM BENCHMARKING WITH COMMONALITY AND VARIETY INDICES CONCOURSE LEVEL. James Allison. University of Illinois at Urbana- VARIABLES Champaign. DETC2017-67280 Technical Paper Publication. Kevin Otto. USA Oakland University. USA AN INTEGRATED FRAMEWORK FOR PREDICTING CONSUMER EFFECT OF DEPENDENT DISTRIBUTION PARAMETERS ON CHOICE THROUGH MODELING OF PREFERENCE AND PRODUCT USE RELIABILITY PREDICTION DATA Technical Paper Publication. NY. IA. SUNY Buffalo. Penn State University. Buffalo. Kyung K. MI. Georgia. Aalto University. PROBLEMS WITH MIXTURE OF RANDOM AND INTERVAL Yilin Dong. Univ. USA . NY. DAC-19-1: SIMULATION-BASED DESIGN Cassandra Telenko. Zissimos Mourelatos. DETC2017-67909 PRODUCT FAMILY DESIGN Hyunkyoo Cho. Dipanjan Ghosh. Penn State University. Kikuo Fujita. Osaka. Xiaoping Du. Osaka University. Lopez. PA. USA DAC-17-1: PLATFORM ARCHITECTURE AND Technical Paper Publication. Oakland University. Christian E. Aalto. USA FINDING CAUSALITY IN SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS: Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68290 Samantha White. Timothy W. Urbana. ROOM 7 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67751 LEVERAGING LOGGED INTERMEDIATE DESIGN ATTRIBUTES FOR IMPROVED KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY IN ENGINEERING DESIGN Valterri Niutanen. Simpson. Rochester. Rolla. North Carolina. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Kemper Lewis. The Pennsylvania State University. ROOM 8 4:00PM–5:40PM RELIABILITY OF NONLINEAR VIBRATORY SYSTEMS UNDER Session Organizer: Christopher Hoyle. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67500 Session Organizer: Conrad Tucker. Tinghao Guo. USA. Andrew Olewnik. DETC2017-67688 A COMPARISON OF BAYESIAN NETWORK STRUCTURE LEARNING ALGORITHMS Yutaka Nomaguchi. DETC2017-67835 OPTIMAL DESIGN AND ROBUSTNESS ASSESSMENT OF PRODUCT FAMILY CONSIDERING QUANTITY DISCOUNTS IN SUPPLY CHAIN Hyunseung Bang. PA. USA. Osaka University. USA. University at VALUE SECOND-ORDER SADDLEPOINT APPROXIMATION Buffalo – SUNY. USA. Aalto University. NC. Penn State University. Urbana. ROOM 6 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. USA. NY. TN. Suita. Carnegie Mellon University. DETC2017-67622 Session Organizer: Zissimos Mourelatos. Atlanta. USA CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA. Iowa City. Iowa City. North Carolina State University. MI. Daiki Osaki. USA Technical Paper Publication. Park. University Park. Oregon State University. USA FIELD ISOLATION AS A BASIS FOR MODULAR PRODUCT ARCHITECTURE Session Co-Organizer: Andrew Olewnik. PA. Ithaca. University Park. Japan. USA ITERATIVE MOST PROBABLE POINT SEARCH METHOD FOR Jiarui Xu. University of Iowa. 82 Scott Ferguson. Daniel Selva. Vasiliki Tsianika. USA LINKING CREATIVITY MEASUREMENTS TO PRODUCT MARKET UNDER UNCERTAINTY 1 FAVORABILITY: A DATA-MINING APPROACH CONCOURSE LEVEL. Knoxville. University Park. USA EXPLORING ARCHITECTURE SELECTION AND SYSTEM EVOLVABILITY Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67313 Session Co-Organizer: Sangjin Jung. USA Session Co-Organizer: Zhen Hu. Nashville. The University of Iowa. University at Buffalo. Oakland University. Missouri University of Science and Technology. Corvallis. Finland Technical Paper Publication. IL. MI. PA. Osaka. Buffalo. Finland. Japan. Georgia Institute of Technology. Vanderbilt University. The Pennsylvania State University. MO. Suita. USA PA. USA Technical Paper Publication. Pittsburgh. Penn State University. NY. Zissimos Mourelatos. State College. TN. USA. Davis. USA. Georgia Institute of Technology. USA Xuan Zheng. DETC2017-68010 Yao Cheng. Buffalo. IA. Choi. Japan William Martin. USA NETWORK ANALYSIS OF DESIGN AUTOMATION LITERATURE Technical Paper Publication. GA. Yue Sun. Neal E. USA RELIABILITY-BASED TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION USING MEAN- University at Buffalo. Osaka University. Igor Baseski. DETC2017-67414 Suita 565-0871. PA. NY. North Carolina State University. Espoo. University Park. Osaka. GA. DETC2017-67361 Dimitrios Papadimitriou. DETC2017-67312 Technical Paper Publication. PA. Rochester. NON-GAUSSIAN LOADS OR. IL. University Vasileios Geroulas. Buffalo. USA.

USA Sunand Bhattacharya. Baxter. 83 Dayton. DETC2017-67882 DESIGN PATTERNS FOR VISUALIZATION-BASED TOOLS IN Anthony Nix. MI. DETC2017-67150 DFMLC-2-2: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AND Vimal Kumar Cherickal Viswanathan. GENDER AND LOCATION ON USER PERCEPTIONS OF TRUST IN HOME National Institute of Standards and Technology. ROOM 20 4:00PM–5:40PM MACHINE SHOP SYNERGIES Session Organizer: Alice Agogino. Durham University. Session Organizer: J. ROOM 10 4:00PM–5:40PM Xiaoying Wang. MIT. Massachusetts. Tom Hinz. San MANUFACTURING Jose. Autodesk. DETC2017-67803 University of California. San LITHIUM-ION LAPTOP BATTERY TEST AND ENERGY RECYCLING Rafael. Jeremy Surmi. Saint Paul. David Myszka. China. Ryan Arlitt. Liangjin Gui. Zijie Fan. Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 22 4:00PM–5:40PM SCENARIO-BASED CONJOINT ANALYSIS: MEASURING PREFERENCES IN USER EXPERIENCE ATTRIBUTES IN EARLY STAGE Session Organizer: Qing Wang. MN. Jing Chen. Jesse Austin-Breneman. Durham University. National University of Defense Technology. Corvallis. China Academy of Space Technology. Shraddha Sangelkar. University of Michigan. IN. Penn State Erie. DETC2017-68396 Luis Robles. USA JieXin Zhou. California. Purdue University. Geoffrey Wagner. OH. ROOM 23 4:00PM–5:40PM Berkeley. DETC2017-68054 Devarajan Ramanujan. University of Dayton. Robert Nagel. USA State University. Analytic Consulting-Americas. MA. UC Berkeley. Jie THE CREATION OF AN ONTOLOGY TO EXAMINE CUSTOMER NEEDS Wang. CA. San Jose. Kory Matthys. Alice Agogino. United Kingdom. University of Dayton. Dayton. Berkeley. USA. Omaha. USA DESIGNING FOR TRUST: UNDERSTANDING THE ROLE OF AGENT Technical Paper Publication. Durham. Johnny D. China. DETC2017-68318 Saleh Mohamed Almestiri. HYDROXYL-TERMINATED POLYBUTADIENE AND OXYGEN HYBRID NE. USA ROCKET ENGINE DESIGN PREFERENCE PREDICTION WITH DATA PRIVACY SAFEGUARDS: A PRELIMINARY STUDY Technical Paper Publication. Joseph Piacenza. USA. William Bernstein. USA. USA University. MA. CA. Oregon State SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DESIGN University. James Madison DESIGN OF MULTI-PURPOSE PRODUCTS: GUIDELINES FROM A USER University. OH.. Needham. Euiyoung Kim. DETC2017-68349 CONCEPTUAL REGENERATIVE NOZZLE COOLING DESIGN FOR A Nicole Damen. Murray. Inc. Session Co-Organizer: Vimal Kumar Cherickal Viswanathan. Berkeley. Beijing Forestry University. Berkeley. USA. Tsinghua University. DETC2017-67690 USA Hyeji Kim. Michael McCarthy. Bao Binh Nguyen. Irvine. Jia Li. Gaithersburg. USA . USA. Ann Arbor. Robert Stone. Berkeley. China Session Co-Organizer: Sarah C. University of California. Tsinghua Irvine. Mark Lemke. DETC2017-68436 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. CA. Alex Burnap. University of Nebraska at Omaha. CA. Berkeley. University of Michigan PERSPECTIVE Technical Paper Publication. San Jose State University. Khulood Technical Paper Publication. Beijing. Andrew P. CA. Beijing. Fair Isaac Corporation. Qing Wang. USA SPHERICAL LINKAGES ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS BY SPECIAL UNITARY MATRICES FOR SOLUTION VIA NUMERICAL ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY Technical Paper Publication. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Olin College of Engineering. China Technical Paper Publication.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 83 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DEC-4-2: PANEL – TO BE A MAKER SPACE DTM-3-1: USER PREFERENCES OR NOT TO BE: MAKER SPACE AND EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. California State USA University Fullerton. USA EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND ANALYSIS ON DYNAMIC STRAIN MR-1-4: SPATIAL MECHANISMS OF LEADING TRAILING SHOE DRUM BRAKE Technical Paper Publication. AUTOMATION Karthik Ramani. USA. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. University of California. Fady Kakish. DETC2017-68366 Faruqui. Berkeley. Ho. Beijing. Panos Papalambros. Christine Toh. The Behrend College. CA. PA. Thomas. OR. Erie. University of St. San Jose MA. China. MD. W Lafayette. USA. Massachusetts. Durham. Beijing. United DESIGN Kingdom Session Co-Organizer: Devarajan Ramanujan. USA Technical Paper Publication. CA. CA. Chang Sha. Ashley Carter. CA. USA Session Organizer: Daniela Faas. University of California. MIT. Technical Paper Publication. Zachariah Zousel.

OH. University of Tokyo. Pocatello. USA Yaohui Chen. Cork. Singapore BASED ON SOLUTION REGION METHODOLOGY Session Co-Organizer: Guangbo Hao. Gumerlock. USA Session Organizer: Gim Song Soh. DETC2017-68061 **Engineering For Global THE SNAP-THROUGH OF FOUR-FOLD ORIGAMI CONES Development Paper** Technical Paper Publication. Jimin Hong. University College Cork. ROOM 11 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. USA Yanwen Li. USA Laboratory. Columbus. Smith. Urbana. Yubo Cai. IL. New Haven. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Australia DESIGN OF A BEETLE INSPIRED DEPLOYABLE WING ANALYTICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF A PASSIVELY CONTROLLED INFINITELY VARIABLE POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT Technical Paper Publication. Idaho Ichiro Hagiwara. UT. Meiji University. CA. Meiji University. Lin Zhang. Yang Cao. Xiaofei Shi. Utah Valley University. Texas A&M University. Larry L. OH. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. DETC2017-68084 Technical Paper Publication. TX. Pengfei Mao. USA. Brian E. Yoshihiro Kawahara. Brigham Young University. Tokyo. Spencer P. DETC2017-67768 Carl Nelson. Karl L. Kanagawa. Aymeric Robert. College Station. SLAC National Accelerator McAdams. USA. DETC2017-68082 Session Co-Organizer: Ryan L. USA A FIXED-ACTUATOR CONFIGURATION FOR 3-LEG 6-DOF ROBOTS MR-8-4: ACTUATION SYSTEMS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Chie Nara. Osier. DETC2017-67302 Xiaoguang Zhang. Randy Elissa Morris. Yale University. Professor Daniel A. UT. James. Qiao Chu Tan. Diling Zhu. Menlo Park. The Ohio State University. UT. Technical Paper Publication. MECHANICAL POWER FLOW China DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A NEW TYPE FORGING MANIPULATOR Technical Paper Publication. The University of Tokyo. Hebei Province. Don Schafer. Mason Wegert. Ted O. DETC2017-67958 Sun. USA Technical Paper Publication. ID. Xiaoshi Chen. Andrew H. Dennis Hong. Singapore University of Technology SYNTHESIS OF 4C AND RCCC LINKAGES TO VISIT FOUR POSITIONS and Design. Brigham Young University. Tomohiro Tachi. University of California. China SAFE ROBOTS MR-4-4: BIO-INSPIRATION & ENERGY ABSORPTION Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68214 Ireland MICRO POWER MULTIPLEXER. Texas A&M University. Japan State University. Texas A&M University. USA DESIGN OF A MULTI-DOF MOTION SYSTEM FOR X-RAY SPLIT AND Alexander Pagano. DETC2017-68244 John A. TX. USA 84 . Athens. Victorial. Yanwen Technical Paper Publication. NE. Barada. DETC2017-67391 Technical Paper Publication. Sing Le. Maoling Wang. A COMPACT DEVICE THAT CONTROLS Jianyou Han. Oscar Lau. Clayton. College Station. ELASTIC ENERGY ABSORPTION OF ORIGAMI-BASED CORRUGATIONS Technical Paper Publication. TX. New Haven. USA A LOBSTER-INSPIRED HYBRID ACTUATOR WITH RIGID AND SOFT COMPONENTS Session Organizer: Richard Malak. Dollar. Maria Alba Perez Gracia. Sameh Tawfick. IL. Provo. Stanford University. Ohio University. Urbana. Lincoln. Tokyo. Monash University. Japan. Los Angeles. DETC2017-68402 BIOINSPIRED DESIGN OF FOLDABLE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS Hongliang Shi.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 84 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE SYNTHESIS OF SPATIAL 3R CHAINS WITH CONFIGURATION-SPECIFIC INVESTIGATION OF HELMET BASED ON ORIGAMI STRUCTURES TWIST SYSTEM Technical Paper Publication. Chaoyang Song. CT. University of Illinois. Bryan. Tokyo. Tokyo. Yale University. DETC2017-67081 Sean Tolman. USA DEVELOPMENT OF A KEYWORD SEARCH ALGORITHM FOR Technical Paper Publication. Harne. Ryuma Niyama. Japan. DETC2017-67905 Yang Yang. Los Angeles. University of Science and Technology Beijing. Whitney. Japan Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68280 Jillian C. CA. Neda Hassanzadeh. Yanshan FUSION CLUTCH: A BI-STABLE LATCHING MECHANISM FOR HUMAN- University. DETC2017-67697 WATER PUMP Kazuya Saito. Mullen. Timothy Cyders. ROOM 9 4:00PM–5:40PM Aaron M. Howell. University of Nebraska. Orem. DELAY USA. USA. USA. Cochran. Justin H. CT. Qinhuangdao. USA. Provo. Magleby.

OH. China. University of Michigan. CA. MD. China Gaithersburg. DETC2017-67110 Shen Zhao. DETC2017-67119 Technical Paper Publication. Beijing Jiaotong University. of Sciences. Beijing. University. USA Nanchang. Bojan R. USA ON THE CONTROLLABILITY OF DISTRIBUTED ORDER FRACTIONAL SYSTEMS WITH DISTRIBUTED DELAYS Session Co-Organizer: Kenn Oldham. China A NOVEL TIME-VARYING SPECTRUM BASED APPROACH TO ACTIVE Technical Paper Publication. East Lansing. Chinese Academy Naftaly Krakover. Ilic. Cleveland State Province. Chinese FREQUENCY MICROGYROSCOPES MADE OF NANOCRYSTAL-LINE Academy of Sciences. Xi Zhang. Chinese Academy of Sciences. Jianqiang Yi. Kyle Liepelt. China . Chinese Academy of Sciences. USA. MI. Saudi Arabia SENSITIVITY ENHANCEMENT OF RESONANT MICROMECHANICAL CANTILEVERS USING FRINGING ELECTROSTATIC FIELDS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Cleveland. Saudi Arabia. Tel Aviv University. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. DETC2017-68482 Session Organizer: Zhiqiang Pu. Wenyan Bai. University of California Merced. Zhiqiang Gao. Tel Aviv. East Lansing. MODELING AND DESIGN ENHANCEMENT OF DIFFERENTIAL. Slava Krylov. Ping Liu. Beijing. Wenchao Xue. China. LARGE DEFLECTION DYNAMICS OF MULTI-LAYER PIEZOELECTRIC Michigan State University. Jiangxi Province. Israel Session Co-Organizer: Shen Zhao. University of California Merced. China. China. Jianbo Su. Guofei Xiang. Sichuan. Kenn Oldham. Nanchang Hangkong University. ROOM 13 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. China. Beijing 85 Jiaotong University. CA. USA Zhiqiang Pu. Ann Arbor. Jianxin Liu. DETC2017-67483 Kai Liu. DETC2017-67875 University of California Merced. Beijing. MI. Yangang Zhu. Beijing. American University of Sharjah. Yangquan Chen. USA. Technical Paper Publication. USA IMAGE SEGMENTATION BASED ON FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIATION DISTURBANCE REJECTION CONTROL AND RSF MODEL Technical Paper Publication. MI. Dan Morris. CA. China. Joseph Jang. Nanchang. Jiangxi University. King Abdullah University of Science & University. Jaber. China THEIR APPLICATIONS (FDTA) II GENERALIZED DISTURBANCE OBSERVER SYNTHESIS USING A TWO- STAGE HEURISTIC ALGORITHM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. University of California Merced. CA. Session Organizer: Shahrzad Towfighian. NY. DETC2017-67095 Zahra Afkhami. Nizar R. Shanghai. Facility for Rare Isotope Beams. Yongguang Yu. USA. DETC2017-67114 Session Organizer: Yangquan Chen. Yangquan Chen. China. Tel Aviv. Yangquan Chen. Nanchang Hangkong University. Beijing. Academy of Mathematics MATERIAL and Systems Science. USA MICROBEAM WITH PIEZOELECTRIC GAIN NONLINEARITY AND ON PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF GENERAL OBSERVERS FOR PARYLENE-C COATING UNCERTAIN SYSTEMS Technical Presentation.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 85 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MNS-6-2: MEMS SENSORS AN EVALUATION OF ARFIMA PROGRAMS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Chinese Academy of Sciences. Chunhai Kou. University of California Merced. Merced. NIST. Beijing. Facility for Rare Isotope Beams. MI. Tel Aviv Univ. New Mexico State University. Xi Hua University. USA Technical Paper Publication. Yi Huang. China SMOOTH SWITCHING DESIGN/IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ACTIVE Merced. USA A SURVEY OF FRACTIONAL-ORDER NEURAL NETWORKS Technical Paper Publication. United Arab DISTURBANCE REJECTION CONTROL Emirates. USA Binghamton. Ann Arbor. China. Merced. DETC2017-67096 Cruces. Thuwal. Shanghai. Ruyi Yuan. Sharjah. NM. King Abdullah CONTROL (DRC) I University of Science and Technology (KAUST). DETC2017-68327 Technical Paper Publication. USA Sen Chen. Donghua University. Israel. Tianjin. China University of Mining Technology Beijing. Donghua Saad Ilyas. China MESA-22-1: DISTURBANCE REJECTION Technology. Institute of MESA-6-2: FRACTIONAL DERIVATIVES AND Automation. USA. Jongsoo Choi. University of Michigan. Shanghai. ROOM 19 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Presentation. Chengdu. Academy of Mathematics and Systems Science. Las Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67075 Mehdi Ghommem. Institute of Automation. Abdessattar Abdelkefi. China. Yangquan Chen. DETC2017-67129 Shuo Zhang. ROOM 14 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Beijing Aerospace Automatic Control Institute. Thuwal. DETC2017-67685 MEMS COUPLED RESONATOR FOR FILTER APPLICATION IN AIR Binbin He. Beijing. Merced. Merced. CA. Binghamton University. Mohammad Younis. Michigan State Guimei Zhang. Xiangmin Tan.

Biagio Carboni. Ancona. Walter Lacarbonara. Denes Takacs. DETC2017-67501 Enrico Babilio. USA MOBILITY Technical Paper Publication. MI.. USA. Bristol. Seattle. Napoli.S. Indianapolis. Department of Applied Mechanics. Rome. Iowa City. Lublin University of Technology. ROOM 25B 4:00PM–5:40PM BALLROOM LEVEL. DETC2017-67249 MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHMS Jerzy Warminski. Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II. University of Michigan. University of Bristol. USA DYNAMIC RESPONSE AND IDENTIFICATION OF TOWER-CABLE. Warren. U. DETC2017-67810 Student Competition Paper. Lublin. Mathieu Babaz. ON. MI. USA. Italy IA. Lublin. SIMULATION. Technische Universität Dresden. II. USA Session Co-Organizer: Laura Ruzziconi. WA. Poland. Sandor Beregi. Hungary. Werner Schiehlen. Warren. Andrzej Technical Presentation. MI. DETC2017-68014 UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECTS OF SOIL CHARACTERISTICS ON Richard Wiebe. Toronto. Warsaw. Napoli. MI. Warren. FREE DYNAMICS OF MULTI-BLOCK ROCKING ASSEMBLIES David Barton. ROOM 25A 4:00PM–5:40PM Session Organizer: Elizbieta Jarzebowska. Italy Henry Graness. NONLINEAR MODAL INTERACTIONS OF A PARAMETRICALLY EXCITED Dresden. Warren. Voreppe Cedez. MSNDC-11-1: CONTROL METHODS FOR Bogdan Epureanu. IN.S. USA NONLINEAR SYSTEM MODELS BALLROOM LEVEL. U. U. MI. Nordrhein-Westfalen. United Kingdom Technical Paper Publication. Germany . POMA. Lublin. Paramsothy Jayakumar. NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF A SLENDER AXIALLY GRADED BEAM Germany EMBEDDED IN A VISCOELASTIC MEDIUM SUBSTITUTE MODEL FOR CRAWLER TRACK UNITS Technical Paper Publication. University of Stuttgart. Rome. DETC2017-67378 Dan Zhang. USA Amin Ghadami. Budapest Italy. Army TARDEC. Ann Arbor. U. Bin Wei. Italy TARDEC. USA. University of Rome La Sapienza-disg. Army RDECOM TARDEC. Poland Dave Mechergui. RM. Universita Politecnica delle Session Co-Organizers: Paramsothy Jayakumar. Army TARDEC. ROOM 26A 4:00PM–5:40PM Session Organizer: Enrico Babilio. Saxonia. Budapest. HYSTERESIS EFFECT IN THE NONLINEAR STABILITY OF TOWED ROLLER BATTERY INTERACTIONS IN ROPEWAYS WHEELS Technical Paper Publication. University of Washington. Berthold Schlecht. Germany REVIEW AND DISCUSSION ON MODEL REFERENCE ADAPTIVE CONTROL FOR MECHANICAL MECHANISMS Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67507 Teter. France University of Technology and Economics–MTA-TKI.S. Dave Mechergui. Department of Applied Mechanics. Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico Session Organizer: Hiroyuki Sugiyama. Budapest. Sapienza University of Rome. MI. Canada PROPORTIONAL-INTEGRAL-OBSERVER WITH ADAPTIVE HIGH-GAIN DESIGN USING FUNNEL ADJUSTMENT CONCEPT Technical Paper Publication. U. Ann Arbor. University of Michigan. Technology and Economics. Army RDECOM TARDEC. Duisburg. Duisburg-Essen University. Tao Li. Hungary. DETC2017-68510 Advanced Science and Automation Corp. Duisburg.S. DETC2017-68464 Technical Paper Publication. Warsaw University of Technology. USA. Technical Presentation. MI. The University of Iowa. DETC2017-67722 Andrea Arena. Budapest University of Italy. Germany COMPOSITE COLUMN EFFICIENT GENERATION OF ACCURATE MOBILITY MAPS USING Technical Paper Publication. Warren. Dirk Söffker. AND STRUCTURES II VALIDATION OF VEHICLE DYNAMICS – 1 [ Cross-listed with VIB-4 ] [ Cross-listed with VIB-10 ] BALLROOM LEVEL.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 86 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE MSNDC-5-2: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF MSNDC-10-1: MODELING. Tamer Wasfy. DETC2017-68314 FORECASTING CRITICAL POINTS AND POST-CRITICAL DYNAMICS OF NONLINEAR OSCILLATORY SYSTEMS Paramsothy Jayakumar. Poland Session Co-Organizer: Dirk Soeffker. Army RDECOM Marche. USA. Universitaet Duisburg-Essen.S. Lublin University of Technology. DETC2017-67428 86 Fateme Bakhshande. York University.

Bingran Li. GA. Marseille. DETC2017-67969 OH. Beijing. Miami University. University of Wisconsin–Madison. AZ. Benito Fernandez. WI. Austin. Budapest. Politecnico di Torino.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 87 Monday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DRIVING FORCE CONSTRAINT CORNER SMOOTHING METHOD FOR FLEGX: A JUMPING FLEXIBLE ROBOTIC LEG HIGH-SPEED MACHINE TOOLS Student Competition Presentation only. Tsinghua University. The Ohio State University. ROOM 26B 4:00PM–5:40PM SYSTEM WITH FIRST ORDER CONSTRAINTS Session Organizer: Ryan L Harne. Andrzej Urbas. USA. Hui Zhang. OH. Nanjing. Hornsen (HS) Tzou. Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Student Competition Presentation only. USA BASED ON ISOGEOMETRIC ANALYSIS MOVING IN THE RAIN: SHOULD WE RUN OR SHOULD WE WALK? Technical Paper Publication. Roberto Belotti. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67805 Andy Zelenak. Krzysztof Augustynek. Jiangsu. Sergio Bellizzi. Jiangsu. Michael J. University of Arizona. Georgia Institute of UV-ACTIVATED FREQUENCY CONTROL OF BEAMS AND PLATES Technology. USA. Tucson. Michael J. AMU LMA. Leamy. Peiqing Ye. Warsaw University of Technology. China FRACTIONAL CHEBYSHEV COLLOCATION METHOD FOR SOLVING LINEAR FRACTIONAL-ORDER DELAY-DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Student Competition Presentation only. Akron. OH. Genova. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. Polverigi (AN). USA SCATTERING ANALYSIS OF ELECTROACOUSTIC WAVE PROPAGATION IN THIN PLATES HYSTERESIS EFFECT IN THE NONLINEAR Technical Paper Publication. University of Bielsko-Biala. Columbus. DETC2017-68612 Amir Darabi. Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia. University of Wisconsin. Vicenza. DETC2017-67567 Student Competition Presentation only. DETC2017-67709 MULTIBODY BELT-DRIVE DYNAMICAL SYSTEM Pierre-Yvon Bryk. Wadsworth. Los Angeles. Arman Pazouki. DETC2017-68613 Technical Paper Publication. Michael Varenberg. USA. DETC2017-68609 Technical Paper Publication. Madison. Alberto Trevisani. Marseille. WI. DETC2017-67466 Daniele Ludovico. USA Astronautics. The University of Akron. Italy COMPLEMENTARY LYAPUNOV FUNCTIONS VIB-3-2: VIBRATION CONTROL AND SMART STRUCTURES I Technical Paper Publication. Hungary FREQUENCY CONTROL OF SHELL STRUCTURES WITH LIGHT- ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS WITH GENERALIZED LIGHT DAMPING WITH ACTIVATED SHAPE MEMORY POLYMERS BASED ON ISO-GEOMETRIC EMPHASIS ON MODE-COUPLING AND INTERNAL RESONANCE ANALYSIS Student Competition Presentation only. China Michal Kwarta. Sandor Beregi. OH. PIEZOELECTRIC T-MATRIX DEVELOPMENT AND MULTIPLE Dan Negrut. USA Elizbieta Jarzebowska. Session Co-Organizer: Michael J. Università Degli Studi Di Padova. Marseille. Nanjing. The University of Texas at Austin. Leamy. DETC2017-68610 Arman Dabiri. Torino. Atlanta. Atlanta. Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Quinn. Bielsko. Italy Session Organizer: James R Chagdes. D. Poland. California State University. DETC2017-67561 Yingdan Wu. Georgia Institute of Technology. Georgia Institute of Technology. University of Arizona. France Student Competition Presentation only. Oxford. ROOM 26C 4:00PM–5:40PM Dario Richiedei. DETC2017-67693 Allen Mathis. Italy. DETC2017-68611 Astronautics. LMA CNRS. TX. USA [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-2 ] COMPUTATIONAL REFERENCE DYNAMICAL MODEL OF A MULTIBODY BALLROOM LEVEL. DETC2017-67504 BALLROOM LEVEL. DETC2017-67667 Yujie Guo. Atlanta. Poland MODIFICATIONS FOR EIGENSTRUCTURE ASSIGNMENT ON A MSNDC-19-1: STUDENT PAPER CANTILEVER BEAM COMPETITION Technical Paper Publication. CA. Department of Applied Mechanics. USA CONCURRENT DESIGN OF ACTIVE CONTROL AND STRUCTURAL Biala. France. Italy. Eric Butcher. Hornsen (HS) Tzou. Warsaw. CNRS/ LMA. Dane Yujie Guo. CONTROL OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS IN NORMAL FORM BY Ferdinando Cannella. USA Technology and Economics. Torino (Piemonte). GA. Budapest University of GA. USA MEMBRANE DRIVEN BY AN ELECTROACOUSTIC DEVICE EXPERIMENTAL EXPLORATION OF SCHALLAMACH WAVES IN A Technical Paper Publication. France. Mitch Pryor. China Mariapaola D’Imperio. AZ. NOISE REDUCTION IN AN ACOUSTIC CAVITY USING A NONLINEAR Tucson. USA 87 . Renaud Côte. Los Angeles. USA Session Co-Organizer: Mohammad Poursina. Leamy.

Albuquerque. Clayton Little. DETC2017-67859 Emily Jewell. Kiran D’Souza. MASING-HYPOTHESES. Madison.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 88 Technical Program Monday IDETC/CIE VIB-6-1: NUMERICAL METHODS FOR JOINTED STRUCTURE RESPONSE [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-4 ] BALLROOM LEVEL. Peter Coffin. Adam Brink. USA COMPARISON OF THE BOUC-WEN. USA ON HURTY/CRAIG-BAMPTON SUBSTRUCTURING WITH INTERFACE REDUCTION ON CONTACTING SURFACES Technical Paper Publication. AND LUGRE MODELS Technical Presentation. USA. USA RECONCILING WHOLE JOINT MODELS AND THE PRESERVATION OF LOCAL KINEMATICS Technical Presentation. Tianyi Hu. USA 88 . Dane Quinn. University of Wisconsin. Wadsworth. DETC2017-67379 Meng-Hsuan Tien. The University of Akron. Sandia National Laboratories. Akron. Robert Lacayo. DETC2017-67271 Matthew Brake. USA EFFICIENT REDUCED-ORDER MODELING AND RESPONSE APPROXIMATION FOR CRACKED STRUCTURES Technical Paper Publication. Albuquerque. WI. DETC2017-67920 Allen Mathis. Matthew O’Gorman. Adam Lewis. Houston. D. OH. Matthew Allen. DETC2017-67553 Robert Kuether. USA PREDICTING DAMPING OF A CANTILEVER BEAM WITH A BOLTED JOINT USING QUASI-STATIC MODAL ANALYSIS Student Competition Paper. OH. NM. TX. The Ohio State University. OH. William Marsh Rice University. ROOM 25C 4:00PM–5:40PM Session Organizer: Adam Brink. Columbus. NM. Sandia National Laboratories.

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DETC2017-67050 Yoichi Sugimoto. PA. Yamin Fang. USA DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE FACTOR FOR TORTUOUS PATHS IN Technical Paper Publication. Teemu Tommila. Session Organizer: Amos Winter. Finland. Germany Provo. Tokyo. USA 90 . KTM Research. Lishui University. ROOM 5 8:00AM–9:00AM A MODEL DRIVEN APPROACH FOR EARLY ASSESSMENT OF DEFENSE IN DEPTH CAPABILITIES OF COMPLEX SOCIOTECHNICAL SYSTEMS Session Organizer: Seung Ki Moon. Timothy W. Naval Postgraduate School. DETC2017-67257 DESIGN CHALLENGES & RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: PERSPECTIVES FROM AN ADDITIVE Nikolaos Papakonstantinou. 2017 CIE-15-1: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONCOURSE LEVEL. Erie. Brigham Young University. DEVELOPMENT (EGD) 1 Japan NATURAL FINGER INTERACTION FOR CAD ASSEMBLY MODELING Technical Paper Publication. Jarmo Alanen. Kagawa. Takamatsu. Penn State Behrend. Amos Winter. Mattson. Walker. ROOM 3 8:00AM–9:00AM Ye. Finland. Xiaoping CONCOURSE LEVEL. Tokyo. USA AN ASSESSMENT OF VILLAGE DRILL SUSTAINABILITY. Singapore.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 90 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE TUESDAY. DRIP EMITTERS Masao Arakawa. Friedrich- Session Co-Organizer: Christopher A. USA CONCOURSE LEVEL. Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuernberg. China. Monterey. Kagawa University. AUGUST 8. Chiba. USA ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED PARTS AN ARCHITECTURE MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR DISTRIBUTED AUTOMATION SYSTEMS USING SYSML AND SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES John Michopoulos. USA. Keio University. PA. Christopher A. China DAC-9-1: ENGINEERING FOR GLOBAL Session Organizer: Shuichi Fukuda. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. Erlangen. Provo. MA. Japan Jaya Narain. Brigham Young University. USA LEARNING COORDINATION IN BODY MOTION CONTROL: A PATTERN DESIGN EXPLORATION OF AFFORDABLE REFRESHABLE BRAILLE BASED APPROACH DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY FOR LOW-INCOME VISUALLY IMPAIRED USERS Technical Paper Publication. MA. Japan. Singapore Technical Paper Publication. Germany. Tampere. Keio University. Hangzhou. Finland. Penn State University. Bryan O’Halloran. College Station. Kagawa. Nanyang Technological University. CA. DETC2017-67477 Yue Cao. The Open University of JAPAN. Sandro Wartzack. Kagawa. Cambridge. AND AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIES: STATUS TX. ROOM 7 8:00AM–9:00AM Marius Fechter. Technical Paper Publication. Texas A&M University. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. Japan. Tualatin. Douglas Van Bossuyt. UT. Cambridge. Naval Research Laboratory CIE-9-1: EMOTIONAL ENGINEERING I Technical Paper Publication. Mattson. Erie. MA. ROOM 4 8:00AM–9:00AM CIE-7-1: AMS PANEL: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IN AEROSPACE. Musashino. Tampere. USA Engineering Design. Chiba. DETC2017-67435 Shuichi Fukuda. USA AND PROMISES Session Co-Organizer: Bryan O’Halloran. Simpson. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Yusheng Liu. DEFENSE Session Organizer: Douglas Allaire. Musashino. DETC2017-67555 CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA. Cambridge. UT. The Behrend College. Japan Technical Paper Publication. VTT Technical Research Centre of INTEGRATED COMPUTATIONAL MATERIAL ENGINEERING (ICME) Finland. Zhejiang University. DETC2017-67581 Andrew Pack. Lishui. MIT. Shraddha PHASE II) Sangelkar. ACROSS MULTIPLE SCALES FOR FUNCTIONAL TAILORING OF OR. MIT. USA. CA. DETC2017-67247 A STUDY ON METHODOLOGY TO MAKE TEAM: (METHODOLOGY: Anthony S. WITH RECOMMENDATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Penn State Erie. Naval Postgraduate School. Erlangen. USA Monterey. Kagawa University. MANUFACTURING DEMONSTRATION FACILITY Espoo. DETC2017-67895 Masahiko Ishimaru. Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg. PA.

DETC2017-68101 DTM-6-1: DESIGN AND ENERGY SYSTEMS Jianhua Zhou. Shanghai. NY. NY. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. ANCONA. Università DESIGN PROJECTS Politecnica Delle Marche. NY. United Kingdom AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS 1 A METHODOLOGY TO QUANTIFY CUMULATIVE DAMAGE FUNCTION (CDF) FOR INTEGRATION INTO AN OBJECT-ORIENTED LIFE CYCLE CONCOURSE LEVEL. Christopher Hoyle. SUNY. Michele Germani. USA. McGill University. IL. OR. ROOM 21 8:00AM–9:00AM MANUFACTURING Session Organizer: Marcos Esterman. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Min Xu. Italy. Buffalo. DETC2017-67437 Politecnica Delle Marche. DETC2017-67973 Brandon Massoni. DETC2017-68282 Session Co-Organizer: Daniel Selva. University at Buffalo. Università Technical Paper Publication. CONCOURSE LEVEL. State University of New York at Stony Session Co-Organizer: Koki Ho. University at Buffalo. DETC2017-67610 Technical Paper Publication. State University of OR. Nima Rafibakhsh. Corvallis. Montreal. SUNY. NY. State University. IL. Oregon State University. University at Buffalo. USA. Italy. University at Buffalo.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 91 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DAC-12-1: GEOMETRIC MODELING AND DFMLC-3-1: LIFE CYCLE DECISION MAKING ALGORITHMS FOR DESIGN AND EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-67977 Paolo Cicconi. Rochester. Amherst. Rochester Institute of Technology. Amherst. Alessio Vita. Hao Chen. Felipe Pasquali. Stanford. National University of METHOD FOR OIL & GAS DUCTS Singapore. USA Session Organizer: Shikui Chen. USA USAGE OF PRODUCT LIFECYCLE DATA TO DETECT HARD DISK AUTOMATED DESIGN OF CLOSED-DIE FORGINGS DRIVES FAILURE FACTORS Technical Paper Publication. Italy FLEXIBILITY AND REAL OPTIONS ANALYSIS IN DESIGN FOR LONG TERM GENERATION EXPANSION PLANNING OF POWER GRID SYSTEMS Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68148 Technical Paper Publication. USA VALUE OF BOOTSTRAPPING STAGED DEPLOYMENT OF Session Co-Organizer: Michael Kokkolaras. John Hall. Marcos Esterman. AN. Sara Behdad. MA. ROOM 8 8:00AM–9:00AM Rochester. Weifeng Huang. ROOM 6 8:00AM–9:00AM ASSESSMENT (LCA) Session Organizer: Mian Li. USA Champaign. Mian Li. DETC2017-67494 Muhammad Rahmat. IL. USA New York. Oregon State University. DETC2017-68125 Koki Ho. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Marco Mandolini. NY. USA. China Technical Paper Publication. Praveen Kumare Gopalakrishnan. Ancona. University at Buffalo. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Brook. ROOM 20 8:00AM–9:00AM University. NY. China Session Organizer: Erin MacDonald. Cornell University. USA A NORMALIZED CIRCLE INTERSECTION METHOD FOR BI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION PROGRAMMING Technical Paper Publication. DAC-15-1: MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION New York. Aakil Mohammad Caunhye. Shanghai Jiao Tong EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Champaign. Rochester Institute of Technology. Buffalo. Stony Brook. Shanghai. National University of Singapore. USA Devdatta Deo. Vincenzo Castorani. Michel-Alexandre Cardin. Stanford University. Singapore A FRAMEWORK FOR WIND ENERGY CONVERSION TO PROMOTE SUSTAINABILITY IN PRODUCT DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. Singapore ORIGINS OF DESIGN PRINCIPLES : THE CASE OF NUCLEAR REACTOR Technical Paper Publication. USA 91 . Cambridge. Matthew Campbell. Università Politecnica delle Aditi Verma. Matthew Urbana. Corvallis. USA Campbell. Tingting Xia. INFRASTRUCTURE: CASE STUDY IN SPACE INFRASTRUCTURE QC. NY. Joe Szabo. Brian Thorn. Canada DEPLOYMENT AUTOMATED ASSEMBLY STABILITY EVALUATION BY THEORETICAL AND PHYSICS SIMULATION METHOD Technical Paper Publication. USA A MULTI-OBJECTIVE AND MULTI-LEVEL DESIGN OPTIMIZATION Session Co-Organizer: Michel-Alexandre Cardin. CA. DETC2017-68393 Zachary Ball. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. USA Marche. USA. Ithaca. Harrison Kim. NY.

Kingdom USA Session Co-Organizer: Suyi Li. Angwei Law. Rosemarie C.C. USA MIMIC ABLE-BODIED GAIT MEASUREMENT OF MULTI-PHYSICAL PROPERTIES IN ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY USING A DUAL FREQUENCY CANTILEVER DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. Prashant Kumar. University of Illinois/Urbana. MIT. Clemson University. Meiji ON-BOARD EQUIPMENT TEST University. USA THE METHOD OF MODELING OF A NOVEL 6-DOF PARALLEL Chie Nara. Robert J. Xiaoshi Chen. Toronto. Brigham VA. Technical Presentation. USA. AZ. The George Washington University. CA. China Jason S. Shanghai. Cookeville. Victor Prost. ROOM 9 8:00AM–9:00AM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. York University. Urbana. DETC2017-67577 University. The Ohio State DESIGN OF A PARALLEL ARCHITECTURE ROBOTIC SPINE University. Provo. DETC2017-67999 SUPPORTERS Matthew Powelson. The George Washington University. ROOM 10 8:00AM–9:00AM USING AFM Session Organizer: James Schmiedeler. Meiji University. Howell. Audrey Nash. The Ohio State University. Robert Lang. Technical Presentation. Spencer P.. Cambridge. United Session Organizer: Hai-Jun Su. DETC2017-67436 Kyler Tolman. San Antonio. Stephen Technical Paper Publication. Brigham Young University. ROOM 13 8:00AM–9:00AM Notre Dame. USA . UT. AZ. NY. OH. Lynn Yu. Rui Cao. USA. USA. Cambridge. USA MNS-8-1: MEASUREMENTS OF MR-7-1: PROSTHESES AND EXOSKELETONS MULTI-PHYSICAL SURFACE INTERACTIONS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Ku. Canada SPLIT-VERTEX TECHNIQUE FOR THICKNESS-ACCOMMODATION IN DESIGN OF A MULTI-DIRECTIONAL HYBRID-LOCOMOTION MODULAR ORIGAMI-BASED MECHANISMS ROBOT WITH FEEDFORWARD STABILITY CONTROL Technical Paper Publication. Tennessee Tech. MA. Larry L. Tokyo. Oxford. Thomas Sugar. The Ohio State University. DETC2017-68524 Arizona State University. DETC2017-67269 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Tempe. USA Session Co-Organizer: Pranav Bhounsule. Meiji MANIPULATOR AS A GENERALIZED VIRTUAL ROAD VEHICLE FOR University. IL. Japan FOLDING THICK MATERIAL USING AXIALLY VARYING VOLUME Technical Paper Publication. A PASSIVE ANKLE-FOOT PROSTHESIS WITH ENERGY RETURN TO Washington. UT. Brigham Young ADHESIVES University. OH. Tokyo. Lang Origami. Japan.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 92 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE MR-4-5: PANEL THICKNESS MR-8-5: WHEELED ROBOTS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. IL. Xianchao Zhao. Ohio State University. IL. DETC2017-67842 92 Chawin Ophaswongse. San Antonio. USA EXOSKELETON WITH SERIES ELASTIC ACTUATORS Technical Paper Publication. University of Oxford. Arizona State University. Amos Winter. Mesa. Tennessee Technological University. New York. SC. Columbus. University. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Feng Gao. OH. Provo. Virginia Tech. DETC2017-68018 Technical Paper Publication. Phoenix. Hanna Cho. Clemson. TX. Washington Olesnavage. Urbana. Blacksburg. Pinhas Ben-Tzvi. MIT. USA. DETC2017-67491 TRIMMING Yan Hu. Arizona State University. Ichiro Hagiwara. Columbia University. Cookeville. USA Session Co-Organizer: Dan Zhang. UT. USA.. Bergman. DC. Kanagawa 247. USA. SpringActive. USA. Cambridge. IN. USA DESIGN OF TRACK-BASED CLIMBING ROBOTS USING DRY Young University. Agrawal. USA. TN. USA. AZ. Murray. USA. Amiot. Wael Saab. Edwin Santos. Meinig. DETC2017-67192 Robert Holgate. USA. MA. OH. DETC2017-67395 Canfield. MA. Sunil K. USA. Craig Trevor Johnson. USA. TN. Provo. Tokyo. Lawrence Tempe. Yang Yang. Seok Kim. USA. Tempe. Alamo. AZ. Rachel Schmidt. Jasper Kianpour. Shanghai Jiao Tong Technical Paper Publication. Japan. USA D. Inc. AZ. USA University of Illinois. USA. Columbus. Santiago Solares. Columbus. Arizona State University. USA USA DEVELOPMENT OF A PASSIVE AND SLOPE ADAPTABLE PROSTHETIC RETRIEVING PROPERTIES OF VISCOELASTIC MATERIALS WITH FOOT MULTIPLE CHARACTERISTIC TIMES THROUGH STATIC AND DYNAMIC ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY Technical Paper Publication. AZ. DETC2017-67947 David E. Columbus. USA FLAT-FOLDABLE BOXES OF THICK PANELS: HINGES AND Technical Paper Publication. University of Texas at Session Organizer: Hanna Cho. Phoenix. Kathryn Enrique Lopez-Guerra. Arizona State Sajith Dharmasena. ROOM 11 8:00AM–9:00AM Session Organizer: Zhong You. University of Notre Dame. [ Cross-listed with VIB-12 ] EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Magleby. Erich P. ON. Alexander Vakakis.

Gyor. USA Yangquan Chen. College Tiebiao Zhao. Station. Atwater. USA MESA-9-1: MECHATRONIC CONTROL AND ELECTRICAL VEHICULAR SYSTEMS MSNDC-4-2: CONTACT AND INTERFACE (MCEVS) I DYNAMICS [ Cross-listed with VIB-6 ] EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Szechenyi Istvan University. University of California. MI. DETC2017-67893 Zoltan Szeli. Dan Negrut. USA . Gyor. University of Stuttgart. TX. WI. REAL-TIME MODELING TO ENABLE HARDWARE-IN-THE-LOOP Portugal SIMULATION OF PLUG-IN ELECTRIC VEHICLE-GRID INTER-ACTION A STUDY ON DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF ELEVATOR LINK TYPE Student Competition Paper. Jason Harper. USA. DETC2017-67637 Ziquan Yu. Canada. Montreal. Los Angeles. Montréal. DETC2017-67390 DOOR SYSTEMS AND THE ROBUST DESIGN OPTIMIZATION Chong Cao. AND APPLICATIONS (SUAVTA) VALIDATION OF VEHICLE DYNAMICS – 2 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA. Montreal. QC. Los Angeles. DETC2017-68246 Shivaranjan Raghuraman. McGill University. ROOM 25C 8:00AM–9:00AM Hungary Session Organizer: Arman Pazouki. 93 Radu Serban. Canada. Technical Paper Publication. QC. BALLROOM LEVEL. Anders Thorin. Gaithersburg. USA TWO OPERATING STATES-BASED LOW ENERGY CONSUMPTION NONLINEAR MODAL ANALYSIS OF A ONE-DIMENSIONAL BAR VEHICLE CONTROL UNDERGOING UNILATERAL CONTACT VIA THE TIME DOMAIN Technical Paper Publication. National Institute of Standards and University. University of Wisconsin. Concordia University. Guimaraes. Student Competition Paper. Montréal. Gyor. CA. Hungary Mathias Legrand. Otis Elevator. QC. Andrew Ray. USA. University of Minho. Dylan Hatch. Hungary Technology. Bo Chen. Merced. MD. Jonathan Felts. CT. Hungary. Ferenc Jayantheeswar Venkatesh. CA. Szechenyi Istvan Nicholas Vlajic. Seoul. Texas A&M University. Daniel Dobrzynski.S. University of California Merced. DETC2017-67140 Houghton. Michigan Technological University. The University of Iowa. Canada. Szechenyi Istvan University. Technical Presentation. DISTRIBUTED ADAPTIVE FAULT-TOLERANT COOPERATIVE CONTROL Warren. QC. EMULATOR (CAVE) Montreal. USA FOR MULTI-UAVS AGAINST ACTUATOR-SENSOR FAULTS Session Co-Organizer: Werner Schiehlen. STRAIN. UC ANR. Merced. Széchenyi István University. Functionbay Keith Hardy. QC. Ferenc Szauter. University of Wisconsin. Madison. CA. USA Session Organizer: Paramsothy Jayakumar. SIMULATION. Hungary. Gyor. Yintao Zhang. ROOM 19 8:00AM–9:00AM [ Cross-listed with VIB-10 ] Session Organizer: Yangquan Chen. Session Co-Organizer: Daniel Pup. Farmington. DETC2017-68340 István Lakatos. Duk-jin Yun. CA. MI. Theodore Bohn. Ako Chijioke. University of Wisconsin. Madison. Army RDECOM TARDEC. McGill University. McGill University. MERCED. Yisug Kwon. Northwestern Polytechnical University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 93 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MEASURING ELECTRO-MECHANO-CHEMICAL OXIDATION AND QUANTIFYING ALMOND WATER STRESS USING UNMANNED AERIAL REDUCTION REACTIONS ON GRAPHENE USING AFM: PROBING THE VEHICLES (UAVS): CORRELATION OF STEM WATER POTENTIAL AND RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESS. IA. Szauter. Korea (Republic) MAXIMIZING BATTERY LIFE AND USABLE CAPACITY WITH BATTERY IMPACT MECHANICS PARAMETRIC STUDIES WITH APPLICATIONS TO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN ELECTRIC VEHICLES DYNAMIC FORCE CALIBRATION Technical Paper Publication. WI. DETC2017-67978 BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD Peter Koros. ROOM 26A 8:00AM–9:00AM Merced. Canada MESA-17-1: SMALL UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE TECHNOLOGIES AND MSNDC-10-2: MODELING. IL. Mechanical & Industrial Eng. Gyor. GyeongKi. Madison. USA. USA Hungary Session Co-Organizer: Paulo Flores. Concordia University. WI. Germany. USA Inc. Iowa City. Luting Wang. AND REACTIVITY AT THE HIGHER ORDER MOMENTS OF NON-NORMALIZED CANOPY NANOMETER SCALE DISTRIBUTION Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68541 Technical Paper Publication. University of California Merced. Szechenyi Istvan University. USA. Hiroyuki Sugiyama. U. Erno Horvath. California State University. DETC2017-68322 Canada Asher Elmquist. Yaohong Qu. CA. Youmin Zhang. DETC2017-67939 Technical Paper Publication. David Doll. Szechenyi Istvan University. Xi’an. Argonne. USA. Gabor Szakallas. Gyor. USA Technical Paper Publication. AN OVERVIEW OF A CONNECTED AUTONOMOUS VEHICLE China. Argonne National Laboratory. BALLROOM LEVEL. ROOM 14 8:00AM–9:00AM Session Organizer: Ferenc Szauter.

DETC2017-68056 Li Li. Harbin. Rio De Janeiro. USA. IA. DC. Washington. Baltimore. Seattle. DETC2017-68211 [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-5 ] Saman Farhangdoust. SYSTEMS IV Rio Grande do Sul. MI. Washington. USA 94 . University of Washington. São José dos Campos. Angelo M Tusset. The Session Organizer: Lei Zuo. Iran. Baltimore Ct. Shanghai. Harbin.S. Severna Park. Virginia Tech. USA Session Co-Organizer: Alper Erturk. U. MD.C. DC. ROOM 26B 8:00AM–9:00AM Alsaleh. Federal University of Fronteira Sul. USA University of Iowa. USA. China. Technical University of Catalonia. IA. VIB-4-1: NONLINEAR SYSTEMS AND University of Maryland. Weidong Zhu. DC. DETC2017-67598 Joseph Vignola.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 94 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE CONTINUUM FINITE ELEMENT TIRE-SOIL INTERACTION MODEL FOR VIB-3-3: VIBRATION CONTROL AND SMART OFF-ROAD MOBILITY SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION STRUCTURES II [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-2 ] Technical Presentation. Andrew J.. NC. Army RDECOM TARDEC. Wei Sun. Barcelona. Brazil. Lei Zuo. East Carolina University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Ebrahim Esmailzadeh. HIGH ORDER ANCF BEAM ELEMENT: INTEGRATION WITH COMPUTER Atlanta. WA. WA. Cerro Largo. Blacksburg. DETC2017-68444 Hiroki Yamashita. Seattle. CUA. BALLROOM LEVEL. D. USA. DETC2017-67526 VIB-2-4: STRUCTURES AND CONTINUOUS Jorge Luis Palacios Felix. Federal University of Goias. Oshawa. Kurdila. USA Wei Fan. Rodrigo Tumolin Rocha. Canada Yalu Pei. VA. Tehran. Zhong. Geng. Virginia Tech. MD. ON. Caterpillar Inc. Canada NONLINEAR OSCILLATIONS OF HYPERELASTIC ANNULAR MEMBRANES WITH VARYING DENSITY Technical Paper Publication. WA. Aeronautics Technological Institute. ROOM 25A 8:00AM–9:00AM Technology–Parana. University of Ontario Inst of Technical Paper Publication. USA. Hiromi Yasuda. USA PHENOMENA I INTERACTION OF HIGHER MODES IN NONLINEAR FREE VIBRATION OF STIFFENED RECTANGULAR PLATES Technical Paper Publication. ON. ROOM 25B 8:00AM–9:00AM Barcelona. VA. Mustafa BALLROOM LEVEL. Student Competition Paper. Blacksburg. Ebrahim Esmailzadeh. Zi Y. Shanghai University. Brazil. Catholic University of America. The University of Iowa. Jinkyu Yang. USA STRUCTURAL SHAPE RECONSTRUCTION OF FBG FLEXIBLE PLATE THERMODYNAMIC VARIATIONAL FORMULATIONS OF SUBORDINATE USING MODAL SUPERPOSITION METHOD OSCILLATOR ARRAYS (SOA) WITH LINEAR PIEZOELECTRICS Technical Paper Publication. USA. SHEAR-DEFORMABLE BEAM John Judge. Federal University of BALLROOM LEVEL. Catholic University of America. Sai Tej Paruchuri. DC. USA. Davood Younesian. University of Maryland. Brazil NONLINEAR DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF ORIGAMI-BASED MULTI-CELL STRUCTURES Technical Presentation. Brazil MULTI-RESONANT ELECTROMAGNETIC SHUNT DAMPERS FOR Session Organizer: Weidong Zhu. VA. Georgia Institute of Technology. USA AIDED DESIGN AND APPLICATION IN LEAF SPRING MODELING ON ENERGY HARVESTING AND CONTROL OF A NON-IDEAL SYSTEM WITH AUTOPARAMETRIC VIBRATION ABSORBER SYSTEM Technical Presentation. Hiroyuki Sugiyama. Polytechnic University of Marche. University of Washington. Puc-Rio. DETC2017-67316 Technical Paper Publication. Iran University of Science and Session Organizer: Stefano Lenci. Spain. Washington. MD. Jose Manoel Balthazar. Blacksburg. University of Ancona. Mossville. USA. USA. IL. Iowa City. VIBRATION SUPPRESSION Baltimore.. DETC2017-67189 Renata Soares. GA. Baltimore Ct. Frederic Conrad Janzen. DETC2017-67559 Tech. USA. Catholic University of America. Virginia Tech. DETC2017-68507 Zuqing Yu. Ponta Grossa. Harbin Institute of Technology. USA. Paramsothy Jayakumar. Greenville. University of Washington. DETC2017-67457 Richard Wiebe. Teresa Ryan. Seattle. China Technical Paper Publication. Harbin Institute of Technology. Pontifical Catholic University. Italy Ontario Inst of Tech. China John Sterling. Tehran. Oshawa. A NEW LOCKING-FREE FORMULATION OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL Amelia Vignola. Parana. Paulo B. Peng Lan. Goncalves. Goiania. Warren. Ben S. Technology. Iowa City. Brazil.

USA Jaskanwal P. Lehigh University. US Naval Research Laboratory. DETC2017-67633 Technical Paper Publication. John Michopoulos. Chhabra. State College. Washington. US Naval Research Laboratory. Arisoy. DC. University. Moog Industrial Group Session Organizer: Paul Witherell. Bethlehem. NY. USA. SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION FOR Session Organizer: Vladimir V. University. Clemson University. Washington. CA. Knoxville. Birmingham. Washington.S. DC. DETC2017-67597 Technical Paper Publication. Naval Research Laboratory. University of Science & Technology Beijing. USA TRACING THE ORIGINS OF THE AUTOMATED ‘FLY-BY-WIRE’ ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING I TECHNOLOGY USED IN CONTEMPORARY FORMULA 1 CARS CONCOURSE LEVEL.S. Glenwood Springs. US Naval Research Laboratory. Suraj Musuvathy. Gordon P. AL. Siemens Corporate Technology. Charbel Farhat. DETC2017-67282 Tsz Ling Elaine Tang. GA. USA 95 . Georgia Tech. Anrui He. Atlanta.. DC. Erhan B. Jian Shao. Washington. DC. USA. CO. Zhimin Xi. TN. Beijing. Hae-jin Choi. DETC2017-67438 Technical Paper Publication. CA. Philip Avery. Georgia Institute of Technology. Warn. USA. Newport Beach. U. US Naval Research Laboratory. USA. ROOM 5 9:10AM–10:50AM Yan Liu. Iowa State USA. Zhixiong Li. Georgia Institute of Tech. USA USA COMPARISON OF AS-BUILT FEA SIMULATIONS AND EXPERIMENTAL UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION AND VALIDATION OF LATTICE RESULTS FOR ADDITIVELY MANUFACTURED DOG-BONE STRUCTURES FABRICATED BY SELECTIVE LASER MELTING GEOMETRIES Technical Paper Publication. CA. Washington. Stanford. Arlington. DC. Haifa. Chao Hu. DC. Clarkson University. The Pennsylvania State University. Kirubel Teferra. NIST. DETC2017-67538 Recep Gorguluarslan. Stanford. MSC Software Corporation. Atlanta. USA. Iliopoulos. Atlanta. Gaithersburg.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 95 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DYNAMICS OF HIGHLY NON-STATIONARY REGIMES IN THE DUFFING CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION OF A TIME-DEPENDENT OSCILLATOR SUBJECT TO BI-HARMONIC PARAMETRIC EXCITATION TEMPERATURE FIELD MODEL FOR STEEL SLABS IN A REHEATING Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68429 Xiaoxu Dong. Ames. Yuli Starosvetsky. GA. USA DC. Naval Research Laboratory. Naval Research Laboratory. CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA Foundation. PA. Athanasios Iliopoulos. DC. USA. Da Lu. National Science Amit Bagchi. NJ. Cameron Turner. IA. Washington. Knoxville. USA. Vantsevich. Stanford John Michopoulos. Israel Technical Paper Publication. Princeton. ROOM 24 9:10AM–10:50AM CIE-6-1: AMS/SEIKM/CAPPD: DESIGN. Seung-Kyum Choi. Yan Wang. USA. ROOM 4 9:10AM–10:50AM Martin Jones. Mohammadkazem Sadoughi. University of Tennessee. Atlanta. Princeton. Naval Research Laboratory. Siemens Corporate Technology. SC. USA. USA MESOSCALE MULTI-PHYSICS SIMULATION OF SOLIDIFICATION IN SEQUENTIAL DECISION PROCESS FOR TRADESPACE EXPLORATION SELECTIVE LASER MELTING PROCESS USING A PHASE FIELD AND BY BOUNDING PROBABILISTIC DECISION CRITERIA USING MEAN- THERMAL LATTICE BOLTZMANN MODEL RISK ANALYSIS Technical Paper Publication. Stanford. USA Chung Ang University. GA. USA. DETC2017-67591 Athanasios Iliopoulos. U. PA. Yifei Li. DC. Seoul. Washington. DETC2017-68416 John Steuben. USA RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF THE MULTIPHYSICS DISCRETE ELEMENT METHOD FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING MODELING AND AN ENSEMBLE BIAS-CORRECTION METHOD WITH ADAPTIVE SIMULATION WEIGHTS FOR DYNAMIC MODELING OF LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES Technical Paper Publication. Laboratory. Naval Research Laboratory. Naval Research Robert Saunders. Prathamesh Baikerikar. Technion. USA SESSION CIE-4-1: UNCERTAINTY LATTICE STRUCTURE DESIGN ADVISOR FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING USING GAUSSIAN PROCESS QUANTIFICATION IN SIMULATION AND MODEL VERIFICATION Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68112 Dehao Liu. Washington. Georgia Institute of Technology. The University of Alabama at Birmingham. Potsdam. AVT-9-1: MILLIKEN LECTURE USA. MD. Siddiq Qidwai. Ajit Achuthan. John Michopoulos. DETC2017-67556 Technical Paper Publication. USA. DETC2017-67954 FURNACE Victor Kislovsky. S. VA. NJ. USA. Clemson. Session Organizer: Yan Wang. Korea (Republic) TOWARDS A CONSTITUTIVE MODEL THAT ENCAPSULATES TOWARDS MODEL ORDER REDUCTION FOR UNCERTAINTY MICROSTRUCTURAL FEATURES INDUCED BY POWDER ADDITIVE PROPAGATION IN BLAST-INDUCED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY MANUFACTURING Technical Paper Publication. GA. Athanasios USA. USA. Washington. USA. China EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL.

Nordica MacCarty. DETC2017-68410 Ahmed Bayoumy. State College. Yohei Ichimura. ON. Shakya Sur. OR. Oregon State University. Amy Bilton. McGill University. Keio University. Japan Phillip Stevenson. Ancona. Session Organizer: Po Ting Lin. Cambridge. USA A REFERENCE ERROR FORMULATION FOR MULTI-FIDELITY DESIGN VILLAGE-SCALE ELECTRODIALYSIS DESALINATION: FIELD TRIAL OPTIMIZATION VALIDATION Technical Paper Publication. Wei Chen. UT. Curiousitate Inc. Evanston. Ford. USA Hideki Aoyama. Simpson. OR. Yokohama. DETC2017-67340 MA. InStove. Canada Seung-Kyum Choi. Tejas Mulky. Tom Carter. Christopher A. UT. Kanagawa. PA. MA. Fred Colgan. DETC2017-67208 Silvia Ceccacci. Timothy W. MI. ROOM 3 9:10AM–10:50AM Technical Paper Publication. Adam Creighton. GA. Siyu Tao. Keio University. USA. Cambridge. National Taiwan University of Science and Hideki Aoyama. USA DAC-9-2: ENGINEERING FOR GLOBAL AN ON-LINE MULTI-FIDELITY METAMODEL ASSISTED MULTI- DEVELOPMENT (EGD) 2 OBJECTIVE GENETIC ALGORITHM CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA. Columbus. USA A SIMPLE STARTING POINT FOR DESIGNING FOR AND/OR ASSESSING THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF PRODUCTS DIGITAL DESIGN METHOD OF DYEING PATTERNS BASED ON KANSEI Technical Paper Publication. Joshua Johnson. USA. University of Toronto. Wuhan. GA. Taiwan Session Co-Organizer: Hongyi Xu. USA MULTI-LEVEL VALUE-DRIVEN DESIGN APPROACHES FOR PRODUCT FAMILY DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. Canada USA. Toronto. Maura Mengoni. Keio University. OR. Brigham Young University. Brigham Young University. Elan Pavlov.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 96 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE CIE-9-2: EMOTIONAL ENGINEERING II TOWARDS A UNIVERSAL SOCIAL IMPACT METRIC FOR ENGINEERED PRODUCTS THAT ALLEVIATE POVERTY CONCOURSE LEVEL. Christina Bloebaum. Ancona. IA. University Park. DETC2017-67843 Technical Paper Publication. Penn State University. Huazhong Session Co-Organizer: Nathan Johnson. Georgia Tech. Nicholas Moses. USA. Amos Winter. DETC2017-68089 CONCOURSE LEVEL. Atlanta. Ahmed Mahmoud. Conrad Tucker. Eric Dahlin. DETC2017-67244 Hans Ottosson. USA ENHANCED GAUSSIAN PROCESS METAMODELING AND DESIGN AND TESTING OF A HIGH-EFFICIENCY RAPID THROUGHPUT COLLABORATIVE OPTIMIZATION FOR VEHICLE SUSPENSION DESIGN COMMUNITY-SCALE WATER PASTEURIZATION SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION Technical Paper Publication. OH. USA. Herb Meingast. Guang Yang. Corvallis. MIT. IA. Elizabeth Andreyka. ON. Canada. PA. University of Toronto. Keio University. China AZ. Happy Valley.. Evanston. Damon Ogle. LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF AQUACULTURE SOLAR Università Politecnica delle Marche. USA Dale Andreatta. Toronto. Keio University. Hubei. Yu-Chin Chan. ROOM 7 9:10AM–10:50AM Technical Paper Publication. Emma Hirschi. DETC2017-67432 Sangjin Jung. Oregon State University. Taipei. Ping Jiang. DETC2017-68111 DATA: THE QUEST TOWARDS PERSONALIZED FEEDBACK Sami Yamanidouzisorkhabi. Sea Inc. Japan BASIC STUDY ON DEVELOPMENT OF DELIGHT DESIGN METHOD DAC-16-1: MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN – PROPOSAL AND APPLICATION OF BEER CUP DESIGN METHOD OPTIMIZATION 1 BASED ON VALUE MODEL AND EVALUATION MODEL OF KANSEI – Technical Paper Publication. Ames. Kenneth Mark Bryden. Japan. USA. Christopher A. IL. OR. Cambridge. USA. USA. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. University of Toronto. Ames. Georgia Institute of Technology. Inc. DETC2017-67976 Nordica MacCarty. Yan Wang. Dearborn. Mattson. USA. MI. Kohei Shintani. Kanagawa. DETC2017-67584 Session Organizer: Hideki Aoyama. Corvallis. USA.. Agua Pura El Pueblo. Montreal. Natasha Wright. 96 PA. Iowa State University/Dept of Aerospace Eng. Yokohama 223-8522. MA. Michael Kokkolaras. University Park. Ramin Bostanabad. ON. Andrea Generosi. Toronto. DETC2017-67586 Technical Paper Publication. University of Science & Technology. Atlanta. Northwestern University. USA . DETC2017-67813 Qi Zhou. Iowa State University. DETC2017-67830 Technical Paper Publication. Grace Burleson. Mattson. USA. Technical Paper Publication. Ann Arbor. USA. IL. Penn State University. Northwestern University. QC. Session Organizer: Amy Bilton. Provo. Italy AERATION SYSTEM FOR DEVELOPING WORLD FROM MINING AFFECTIVE STATES TO MINING FACIAL KEYPOINT Technical Paper Publication. USA Technical Paper Publication. Canada Christian E. Yokohama. A PRELIMINARY TOOL TO SUPPORT SHOPPING EXPERIENCE DESIGN Provo. Penn State University. ROOM 6 9:10AM–10:50AM Yukako Tanaka. Mai Misaka. Mesa. Yokohama Japan Technology. Lopez. Cottage Toyota Motor North America. Japan. Luca Giraldi. Grove. Arizona State University.

Louisiana. Norman. DETC2017-67557 OPTIMIZATION UNDER UNCERTAINTY VERSUS ALGEBRAIC Jelena Milisavljevic. COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN METHODS University of Oklahoma. FL. DETC2017-67326 Korea (Republic) Wenbin Tang. Daejeon. Mark Christian E. USA AN EMPIRICAL DESIGN TOOL FOR ESTIMATING IN-PLANE DIAMETRIC William Binder. Missouri University of Science and Technology. ROOM 8 9:10AM–10:50AM AND ASSEMBLY EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Florida. Po Ting Lin. India. USA Institute of Technology. FL. Soriano. Tyler. Georgia Institute of Technology.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 97 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE SIMULATION AND DESIGN OPTIMIZATION OF A TALL-FORM SPRAY DEC-5-2: KEYNOTE LECTURE DRYER Technical Paper Publication. Meng Li. Norman. Taipei. CT. University of Technical Paper Publication. Florida Rolla. Institute of EXPLORATION OF SOLUTION SPACE TO STUDY THERMO. BETWEEN LUCAS AND BOOTHROYD-DEWHURST METHODS MacKenzie. Tata Consultancy Service Research. Tata Consultancy Services. Manhattan College. Mapua USA OVERVIEW OF UNDERGRADUATE STEM EDUCATION RESEARCH AND Institute of Technology. MI. Florida Institute of Technology. Institute of Technology. Georgia Institute of Technology. India. USA. USA A MEAN VALUE RELIABILITY METHOD FOR BIMODAL DISTRIBUTIONS Technical Paper Publication. Rolla. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA. MO. Korea (Republic) USA MANAGEMENT OF SAMPLING UNCERTAINTY USING CONSERVATIVE Session Co-Organizer: Chiradeep Sen. Iowa State University. University of Nevada. Norman. Norman. USA. West Melbourne. ESTIMATE OF PROBABILITY IN BAYESIAN NETWORK Florida. Manuel. ROOM 22 9:10AM–10:50AM Session Organizer: Xiaoping Du. FL. DETC2017-68039 SIMULATIONS Kirill Martusevich. Nam Ho Kim. USA. USA. DETC2017-67474 Anand Balu Nellippallil. Farrokh Mistree. CAEP. USA VARIATION ANALYSIS FOR WORKPIECE-FIXTURE ASSEMBLY WITH Technical Paper Publication. USA. USA. OK. Florida Institute of Technology. USA 97 . SHRINKAGE AND BULGING OF CIRCULAR CYLINDERS MADE WITH Christiaan Paredis. Melbourne. Lei Wang. HEURISTICS: A RESEARCH METHOD FOR COMPARING Sesh Commuri. USA HIGH-DIMENSIONAL RELIABILITY ANALYSIS OF ENGINEERED FUSED-DEPOSITION MODELING SYSTEMS INVOLVING COMPUTATIONALLY EXPENSIVE BLACK-BOX Technical Paper Publication. NETWORKED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Norman. Vijitashwa Pandey. Taiwan DAC-19-2: SIMULATION-BASED DESIGN Karen E. Xueliang Huang. MO. OK. Florida Institute of Technology. Oakland University. Agency for Defense Development. ROOM 23 9:10AM–10:50AM Joanna Tess Masilungan-Manuel. OK. Manila. USA. CA. Norman. Systems Engineering. OK. Philippines. FL. Surya Ardham. Chao Hu. NV. USA. Xiaoping Du. DETC2017-68173 LAYOUT FOR GAUGE REPEATABILITY Technical Paper Publication. Janet Allen. National Taiwan RELATED NSF FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES University of Science and Technology. Chung Hyun Goh. University of Oklahoma. Reno. Janet Allen. University of Oklahoma. DETC2017-67620 QUASI-MONTE CARLO SIMULATION Sangjune Bae. Pune. Technical Paper Publication. Florida Zhangli Hu. OK. DETC2017-67279 Surya Venkata Sumanth Dochibhatla. China MECHANICAL BEHAVIOR OF AA5083 AL-ALLOY DURING HOT ROLLING PROCESS A METHOD TO DETERMINE THE OPTIMAL CHECKING-FIXTURE Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68273 USA. OK. FCA US. Rishabh Shukla. Oklahoma. GA. IA. Gainesville. Philippines. Nan Zhang. USA EVALUATING ASSEMBLY DESIGN EFFICIENCY: A COMPARISON Mohammadkazem Sadoughi. USA A CONCURRENT DESIGN EXPLORATION METHOD FOR REALIZING University of Texas. FL. USA Session Organizer: Janet Allen. Atlanta. Cameron A. Session Co-Organizer: Ikjin Lee. Reno. Crosby. Beshoy Morkos. TX. Daejeon. USA UNDER UNCERTAINTY 2 DFMLC-4-1: DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING CONCOURSE LEVEL. OK. USA. Auburn Hills. Southern University Baton Rouge. Missouri University of Science and Technology. FL. Oakland. University of Oklahoma. DETC2017-68126 Technical Paper Publication. Stamford. Mapúa Institute of Session Organizer: Zahra Shahbazi. Ames. Pune. Seung-gyo Jang. Technical Paper Publication. Daejeon. Manila. DETC2017-68371 Oklahoma. University of Florida. GA. Farrokh Mistree. Florida. KAIST. Christopher Slon. Mianyang. Technology. Allan N. Manas Bhattacharya. University of Oklahoma. Atlanta. DETC2017-67372 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Chiradeep Sen. University of Oklahoma.

The University of Toledo. Lutz. FL. Rami Alfattani. DETC2017-68262 USA Rothanak Chan. USA. Oxfordshire. FL. USA. University of Colorado at Boulder. PA. State College. Sriram Manoharan. Yan Wang. USING A COGNITIVE CHUNK VISUALIZATION PROTOCOL USA. Atlanta. OH. Detroit. Kyoung-Yun Kim. Georgia Institute of Technology. ROOM 20 9:10AM–10:50AM A STUDY OF FOLDABILITY OF NEARLY CONVEX SHAPES Technical Paper Publication. Kathy Jackson. ROOM 9 9:10AM–10:50AM State University. University of Michigan. USA. University Park. DETC2017-67173 Carlye Lauff. USA. USA DESIGN OF A BISTABLE ORIGAMI REVERSE-FOLD USING SPHERICAL Technical Paper Publication. USA. Florida Institute of Technology. Jesse Austin-Breneman. Gul Kremer. IA. Ann Arbor. Florida. USA . IN. OR. USA Ann Arbor. Fairfax. Session Co-Organizer: Michael Sharp. Pennsylvania State University. USA ENABLING CYBER-BASED LEARNING OF PRODUCT SUSTAINABILITY Technical Paper Publication. Boulder. University Park. GA. USA. USA MEASURING INFORMATION CONTENT OF FREEHAND SKETCHES USA. USA. Malvern. USA. West Lafayette. Maria Yang. USA. OR. MI. ANISOTROPIC. Georgia. ROOM 21 9:10AM–10:50AM Jessica Menold. Gaithersburg. Mark Rentschler. Iowa. ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESSES OH. USA Simpson. Air Force Research Laboratory. Oregon. CO. DETC2017-67617 Technical Paper Publication. MD. MD. Oregon State University. George Mason University. MA. Melbourne. PA. FL. Ann Arbor. MI. Penn State University. USA. West Lafayette. Cassandra Telenko. USA MANUFACTURING ENERGY CONSUMPTION ESTIMATION USING HOW IT IS MADE MATTERS: DISTINGUISHING TRAITS OF DESIGNS MACHINE LEARNING APPROACH CREATED BY SKETCHES. DETC2017-68403 Ruoyu Song. USA. Toledo. Purdue University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 98 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE DFMLC-14-1: STUDENT POSTER EVALUATING THE DISCRIMINATORY VALUE AND RELIABILITY OF COMPETITION ON DATA-DRIVEN X FOR THE IDEATION METRICS FOR THEIR APPLICATION TO CONCEPT LIFE CYCLE DEVELOPMENT AND PROTOTYPING Technical Paper Publication. FL. Zhong You. USA The University of South Florida. Oregon State University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Timothy Simpson. Cambridge. Lakewood. University of Oxford. National Institute of Standards and Kathryn Jablokow. USA MR-4-6: MECHANISMS Haapala. DETC2017-67816 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Purdue University West Lafayette. Pennsylvania State University. MIT. USA. Timothy Technology. CO. University of Colorado at Boulder. University of Colorado at Boulder. CO. PA. Karl FL Institute of Tech. Poster Paper Publication. DETC2017-68249 Parrish. GA. DETC2017-68077 ASSESSMENT USING UNIT MANUFACTURING PRO-CESS ANALYSIS Chiradeep Sen. DETC2017-67679 Technical Paper Publication. Oregon State University. VA. Omar Galil. PA. Corvallis. Craig Lusk. IN. KINEMATICS Daria Kotys-Schwartz. OR. GA. Session Organizer: William Bernstein. DETC2017-68281 Yongxian Zhu. USA COMPARING THE SUSTAINABILITY PERFORMANCE OF METAL-BASED Session Organizer: James Joo. Oregon State University. ADAPTIVE. Clemson University. Pennsylvania State University. USA ORIGAMI FOLDING WHAT IS A PROTOTYPE?: EMERGENT ROLES OF PROTOTYPES FROM Technical Paper Publication. USA Technical Paper Publication. AND CAD Student Competition Paper. Jyh-Ming Lien. USA. Corvallis. GEOMETRY OF MODULAR ORIGAMI METAMATERIALS Oregon State University. Gaithersburg. Atlanta. Geoff Tsai. University of Michigan. PROTOTYPES. Carolyn Psenka. MI. DETC2017-67547 DTM-10-1: PROTOTYPING AND DESIGN Yunfang Yang. Boulder. OR. SC. DETC2017-67867 98 USA. DETC2017-67285 EMPIRICAL WORK IN THREE DIVERSE COMPANIES Suyi Li. National Institute of Standards and USA PROTOTYPING METHODS FOR SMALL-TO-MEDIUM MANUFACTURING Technology. Florida Institute of Technology. Oregon. Georgia Institute of Technology. Melbourne. USA Session Co-Organizer: Brian Trease. FL. WPAFB. Iowa State University. Fu Zhao. PA. OR. Rafael Seuro. DETC2017-67212 Session Organizer: Jesse Austin-Breneman. Clemson. Ann Arbor. AND ASYMMETRIC MULTI-STABILITY FROM University Park. Georgia Institute of Technology. Quintcey Poster Paper Publication. Kamyar Raoufi. Karl Haapala. Pennsylvania State University. Oxford. University of South Florida. Suzanne Chou. REPRESENTATION United Kingdom POLYHEDRA FABRICATION THROUGH MESH CONVEXIFICATION: EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA A RAPID AUTOMATIC LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT TOOL FOR ENTERPRISES IN RESOURCE-CONSTRAINED SETTINGS: A CASE ECO-DESIGN STUDY Poster Paper Publication. Corvallis. Wayne EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Technical Paper Publication. Tampa. Yanglong Lu. USA Zhonghua Xi.

AZ. Irvine. Quebec. DETC2017-67364 MULTIFUNCTIONAL MOBILITY ASSIST DEVICE Hoai Nam Huynh. Québec. Ryan Student Competition Paper. University. Cleveland. USA USA DYNAMICS OF MULTIFREQUENCY ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY Technical Presentation. Shenzhen Graduate School. Hainaut. J. Spencer P. Canada State University. ROOM 13 9:10AM–10:50AM Eric Refour. Bijo Sebastian. Brigham Young University. Toronto. Blacksburg. China. Laval University. Alamo. DESIGN AND PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF A POWERED PEDIATRIC Bing Li. Pinhas Ben-Tzvi. USA Technical Paper Publication. Belgium MNS-8-2: ADVANCED MEASUREMENTS AND Anurag Purwar. Cleveland State University. Clement DESIGN OF WEARABLE LOWER LEG ORTHOTIC BASED ON SIX-BAR Gosselin. CA. Technical Paper Publication. CA. Lang Origami. USA 99 . California State Zhihuai Miao. UCI. Dan Zhang. Scotland. Los Angeles. USA. Yanan Yao. Baltimore. Irvine. USA. Columbus. OH. USA Beijing. Stony Brook University. Robert J. USA Jérôme Landuré. USA. CA. Fullerton. USA REPORT OF ROBOTIC MACHINING MEASUREMENTS USING A STAUBLI TX200 ROBOT: APPLICATION TO MILLING A NOVEL SIX-BAR MECHANISM FOR EXECUTING MOTION TRAJECTORIES OF SIT-TO-STAND TRANSFORMATION IN A Technical Paper Publication. California. CA. DC. DETC2017-67455 Santiago Solares. Cleveland. The Ohio State University. OH. China. DETC2017-67394 Anthony Buchta. Pranav Bhounsule. Arizona State University. ON. Michael McCarthy. USA A QUALITATIVE SURVEY OF RECONFIGURABLE MECHANISMS WITH VARIABLE POSITION AND FORCE CONTROL OF A PNEUMATICALLY INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS ACTUATED KNEE JOINT Technical Paper Publication. Los Angeles. Larry L. Tempe. OH. Philip Voglewede. Johns Hopkins University. Université Laval. DETC2017-67193 Technical Paper Publication. Magleby. Castroville. Olivier Verlinden. The University of Texas at San Antonio. DETC2017-67599 Curt Laubscher. Stony Brook. Provo. USA. Marquette University. Session Organizer: Hanna Cho. NY. USA MR-7-2: ASSISTIVE DEVICES Session Co-Organizer: Jonathan Hopkins. USA. CA. Irvine. Akshay Jadhav. Milwaukee. Jeremy Krause. DETC2017-67840 Session Co-Organizer: Guimin Chen. USA. Washington. Todd Nelson. LOWER LIMB ORTHOSIS Shenzhen. Harbin Institute of Technology. OH. DETC2017-67439 MECHANISMS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-67837 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67275 Farris. ROOM 11 9:10AM–10:50AM Robert Lang. Cleveland. Virginia Tech. TX. USA Session Organizer: Gregory S. DETC2017-67373 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. San Antonio. UT. Xi’an. UT. Provo. Harbin Institute of Technology. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Jerzy Sawicki. University of Shenzhen. Beijing Jiaotong University. Edouard Rivière-Lorphèvre. Shenzhen Graduate School. Heriot-watt University. DETC2017-67470 University of Mons. ROOM 10 9:10AM–10:50AM OPTIMIZATION OF THE SINGULARITY LOCUS OF A NOVEL KINEMATICALLY REDUNDANT SPHERICAL PARALLEL MANIPULATOR Session Organizer: Thomas Sugar. DETC2017-67349 Shramana Ghosh. WI. Cleveland Zhongxing Yang. UT. Canada. Edinburgh. Parker Hanafin. The George Washington University. University of Texas at San Antonio. Nina Robson. Mons. MD. China RECONFIGURABLE 3-PRS PARALLEL SOLAR TRACKING STAND Technical Paper Publication. VA. Xidian University. Canada LINKAGE BIPED 4-UPU PARALLEL MECHANISM Technical Paper Publication.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 99 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE KINEMATICS AND DISCRETIZATION OF CURVED-FOLD MECHANISMS MR-8-6: SERIAL AND PARALLEL Technical Paper Publication. CONTROL OF AFM DYNAMICS USA DESIGN AND INTEGRATION OF A TWO-DIGIT EXOSKELETON GLOVE Technical Paper Publication. USA USA. York University. Chirikjian. TX. University of California. Guangdong. Brigham Young University. Xianwen Kong. QC. Howell. Fullerton. QC.

São José dos Campos. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. China Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67621 Yangming Zhang. Italy. USA. China.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 100 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE ON AN OPTIMAL CONTROL APPLIED IN ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY REFRESHABLE BRAILLE DISPLAY USING SHAPE MEMORY ALLOY (AFM) INCLUDING FRACTIONAL-ORDER WITH LATCH MECHANISM Technical Paper Publication. Balakrishnan. DETC2017-68362 NEW CANTILEVER FOR AFM Binsen Qian. Columbus. China DESIGN OF A MFC FORCE SENSOR FOR ROBOT-ASSISTED EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. UAS Technikum Wien. Daniel Kluka. Varan Grossa. Italy DISTURBANCE OBSERVER-BASED SLIDING MODE CONTROL OF A PIEZOELECTRIC NANO-MANIPULATOR TANGIBLE AUGMENTED REALITY MODEL TO SUPPORT MANUAL ASSEMBLY Technical Paper Publication. Brazil. Tsinghua University. Davis. Rodrigo Tumolin Rocha. Federal University of Technology – Parana. P. Universit Politecnica Delle Marche. DETC2017-68184 Maria Alessandra Montironi. Harry H. Bhagavatheesh. OH. Maura Mengoni. (MNMTA) I Lawrence Bergman. Vienna. USA. Arun Venkatesan. Mingxiang CHAIN Ling. Columbus. TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS Seok Kim. Damiano Raponi. IL. OH. Xi’an Jiaotong University. ROOM 19 9:10AM–10:50AM The Ohio State University. DETC2017-67673 ADDING CHANNEL SECURITY TO A FINGERPRINT VERIFICATION Zhou Jiang. DETC2017-67536 Technical Paper Publication. Patricia Sayuri Yamaguchi. Parana. Nadu. University of Modena and Reggio NANOPOSITIONING SYSTEMS Emilia. DETC2017-68043 IN AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS Zhiqing Liu. USA. Shandong Technical Paper Publication. Jinan. Italy. Technical Paper Publication. Sajith Dharmasena. Urbana. K. Sao Paulo. Institute. V. USA 100 . Technical Presentation. Ponta Pulkit Sapra. MESA-21-1: MICRO-/NANO-MANIPULATION USA. Davis. Ponta Grossa. China Technical Paper Publication. M. DETC2017-67356 AN XY NANOPOSITIONER WITH A SELF-ADJUSTING STIFFNESS Matthias Wenzl. University of Illinois/Urbana. Polytechnic University of Marche. Tusset. Cheng. STEM TOPICS WITH ROBOTICS AND EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Bauru. Tamil Conrad Janzen. Davis. Urbana. University of Illinois. Urbana. ROOM 14 9:10AM–10:50AM BIOLOGICAL CELL MICROINJECTION Session Organizer: Adriano Mancini. IL. Beijing. Jeferson Jose de Lima. USA MESA-10-1: MECHATRONICS AND Session Organizer: Peng Yan. Sao Paulo New Delhi. Brazil. Beijing. DETC2017-68311 Angelo M. Ancona. Brazil. Mc. Suman Muralikrishnan. Davis. Zhen Zhang. Rao. USA Randi Potekin. M. A PHASE CONTROL APPROACH TO PIEZOELECTRIC ACTUATED Ancona. Xi’an. Beijing. Porto Recanati. State University. USA. Macau. University of California. Brazil. Qingsong Xu. Modena. CA. CA. China EMBEDDED SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS (MESA) Session Co-Organizer: Zhen Zhang. Harry H. Urbana. Jose Manoel Balthazar. Xi’an Jiaotong University. University of California at Davis. USA. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. University of Macau. Margherita Peruzzini. China Marco Matteucci. Università Politecnica delle Marche. Tsinghua University. Ankit Kumar Parsurampuria. DETC2017-67742 University. H. Shandong University. Sao Paulo State University. Frederic Sashikumar Valiyaveetil. Federal University of Technology – Parana. Karthikeyan. Brazil ENHANCED NONLINEAR INTERNAL RESONANCE IN THE DESIGN OF A Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68514 Cheng. IL. Austria CENTER MODULE AN ATTENTION-BASED FRAMEWORK FOR CONTEXT IDENTIFICATION Technical Paper Publication. IL. CA. China. India. Chennai. Italy Technical Paper Publication. Peng Yan. India. Macau Session Co-Organizer: Primo Zingaretti. DETC2017-67243 Ancona. Alexander Vakakis. C-STEM STUDIO: A SOLUTION FOR LEARNING COMPUTING AND Parana. Jinan. Università Politecnica delle Marche. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Ohio State University. Italy Yuzhang Wei. Sao Paulo. Aeronautics Technological Gupta. University of California. Hanna Cho. Davis. Beihang University. Phoenix Medical Systems Pvt Ltd. Xian. Junyi Cao.

Jazan. Aichi Institute of Technology. Canada Technical Presentation. Caishan Liu. Simon Fraser University. Jazan University. Yusaku Yamashita. College Park. Poland Technical Presentation. Bashiri. University of Zagreb. MD. DETC2017-68328 SINGULARITY-FREE BEAM FORMULATION Arman Dabiri. Guang Meng. Richard Wiebe. DETC2017-67951 BALLROOM LEVEL. Krishna Vijayaraghavan. Eric Butcher. AZ. University of Maryland. Duisburg. USA BALLROOM LEVEL. Warsaw. DETC2017-67892 ANALYSIS OF SLIDING MODE OBSERVERS USING A NOVEL TIME- AVERAGED LYAPUNOV FUNCTION Nirmal Jayaprasad Nair. USA DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF AN ELEVATOR TRAVELING CABLE USING A Student Competition Paper. Peking University. Sommer. University of Maryland. Keisuke Kamiya. DETC2017-68299 MSNDC-13-1: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS I Wei Fan. USA Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67448 Jiao Tong University. University of Washington. Toyota. Warsaw University of Technology. Saudi Arabia NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON THE ONSET OF FRICTIONAL SLIDING Session Organizer: Elizbieta Jarzebowska. Seattle. Wen-Ming Zhang. China. Duisburg. Weidong Zhu. DETC2017-68501 DESIGN OF OPTIMAL FRACTIONAL LUENBERGER OBSERVERS FOR LINEAR FRACTIONAL-ORDER SYSTEMS Hongcheng Tao. DETC2017-67487 Technical Paper Publication. Urbana. Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II. Nada. Universita Politecnica delle Marche. Toledo. USA Student Competition Paper. USA Technical Presentation. The IN NONLINEAR MEDIUM University of Texas at Austin. Shanghai Technical Paper Publication. Duisburg-Essen University. USA Croatia (Hrvatska) AMPLITUDE DEATH INDUCED BY MECHANICAL COUPLING THIRD-ORDER DIFFERENTIAL-ALGEBRAIC EQUATIONS FOR IMPROVED INTEGRATION OF MULTIBODY DYNAMICS Technical Paper Publication. USA A LYAPUNOV PROOF OF STABILITY FOR PARALLEL CONTROLLERS Ancona. DETC2017-67476 BALLROOM LEVEL. James Gibert. USA. DETC2017-67781 Elmira Madadi. University of Toledo. Duisburg. West Lafayette. Surrey. Brian Trease. Baltimore. Napoli. ROOM 25A 9:10AM–10:50AM Ayman A. Beijing. University of Arizona. OSCILLATOR BC. China MODEL-FREE CONTROL APPROACH OF A THREE-TANK SYSTEM NULL SPACE METHOD OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION TYPE FOR USING AN ADAPTIVE-BASED CONTROL MOTION ANALYSIS OF MULTIBODY SYSTEMS Technical Paper Publication. Baltimore Ct. J. University Park. WA. IL. Shanghai Jiao Tong H. ROOM 26C 9:10AM–10:50AM ROOT FINDING USING DYNAMIC RELAXATION WITH APPLICATIONS IN STABILITY AND STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS Session Organizer: Olivier Bauchau. Italy Technical Paper Publication. The Pennsylvania State University. Meredith Pitsch. OH. Germany. PA. China. Marwan H. Shanghai. Germany Xisheng Li. DETC2017-67462 Session Co-Organizer: Zdravko Terze. Universitaet Duisburg-Essen. Xing-Jian Dong. Ahmedabad. Italy OF SISO SYSTEMS Session Co-Organizer: Enrico Babilio. India Technical Paper Publication. Zhi-Ke Peng. Mitch Pryor. China SELECTIVE GENERALIZED COORDINATES PARTITIONING METHOD MSNDC-11-2: IMPROVED CONTROL FOR MULTIBODY SYSTEMS WITH NON-HOLONOMIC CONSTRAINTS METHODS FOR NONLINEAR SYSTEMS Technical Paper Publication. Harbin Institute of Technology. STRUCTURES III MULTIPLE-PHEROMONE-DRIVEN ROBOT SWARM Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68131 STEADY-STATE ANALYSIS OF A 2-DOF 2-SIDE SELF-IMPACTING Sagar Mehta. University of Duisburg-Essen. Shanghai 200030. Utsav Shah. DETC2017-67499 Yimin Wei. IN. TX. Mohamed. University of Illinois Urbana Champaign. DETC2017-68036 A SIMPLE COMPUTATIONAL TOOL FOR STUDYING ACOUSTIC WAVES Andy Zelenak. Toledo. Abdullateef H. Session Organizer: Laura Ruzziconi. Maryland 20742. MD. Austin. Airbus.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 101 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MSNDC-5-3: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF EMERGENT BEHAVIOR CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ANT-INSPIRED. USA University. Zagreb. Yao Dong. Benito Fernandez. DETC2017-67648 Session Co-Organizer: Dirk Soeffker. OH. Harbin. Purdue University. USA. Germany Japan 101 . The University of Toledo. ROOM 25B 9:10AM–10:50AM Adam Schroeder. Tucson. Dirk Söffker.

ROOM 26B 9:10AM–10:50AM Technical Paper Publication. OH. OH. Germany THE EFFECT OF SPUR GEAR TRIBO-DYNAMIC RESPONSES ON VIB-3-4: ENERGY HARVESTING II PITTING CRACK NUCLEATION [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-2 ] BALLROOM LEVEL. ROOM 15 9:10AM–10:50AM TRANSDUCTION Session Organizer: Robert Handschuh. Chongqing. DYNAMIC TRANSMISSION ACCURACY ANALYSIS OF AN RV REDUCER FATIGUE (1) RIGID-FLEXIBLE COUPLED EFFECT EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. State University of New York at Binghamton. Adelphi. C. Technical Paper Publication. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67984 Dario Zlatar. Abdallah Ramini. Werner Sigmund. DETC2017-67063 Daijia Cao. MD. OH. Nevzat Ozguven. DETC2017-67181 Technical Paper Publication. Turkey. China Binghamton University. DETC2017-67176 Technical Paper Publication. China China A CALCULATION METHOD OF MESHING STIFFNESS FOR A BROADBAND ENERGY HARVESTER WITH INTERNAL RESONANCE HERRINGBONE GEARS BASED ON FEM INDUCED BY TWO RESONATORS Technical Paper Publication. PTG-3-4: GEAR DYNAMICS AND NOISE (4) USA MODELING ANIMPACT VIBRATION HARVESTER WITH TRIBOELECTRIC EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. 102 Jinpeng Wang. Zagreb. Hunan University. Turkey Stahl. China. Ohio State University. Middle East Technical University. Dayton. NY. Session Co-Organizer: Qian Tang. Binghamton. Southern Illinois University Carbondale. DETC2017-67003 Sheng Li. MI. PA. Zihni Saribay. DETC2017-67442 Jing Xu. Wang. NASA Glenn Research Center. Caichao Zhu. Scott Kuan. USA MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL SOFTWARE FOR TRANSMISSION THE ACCURATE ANALYSIS OF MAGNETIC FORCE OF BI-STABLE ERROR OF BEVEL GEAR PAIR PIEZOELECTRIC CANTILEVER ENERGY HARVESTER Technical Paper Publication. Xi’an. Shengbo Fan. The Ohio State University. Binghamton University. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Troy. USA. Zagreb. Technical Paper Publication. Xi’an. USA Columbus. Philipp Roth. Meritor Inc. Binghamton. China Shahrzad Towfighian. Cooley. IL. DETC2017-67080 Session Co-Organizer: Ryan L Harne. Tianjin. DETC2017-68498 Mustafa Ozgur Aydogan. Karsten Ankara 06510. Chongqing Session Organizer: Datong Qin. Shahrzad Towfighian. University of Zagreb. Tianjin University. USA. USA DYNAMIC MODELLING OF SPLIT-TORQUE FACE-GEAR DRIVE SYSTEMS A NUMERICAL APPROACH TO THE CALCULATION OF THE SURFACE TEMPERATURE DISTRIBUTION OF WORM GEARS Technical Presentation. Shan Chang. China . Peilin Guo. Chongqing. Binghe Wang. Wei Yang. YuYang Zhang. Viktor Panda. Technical University of Munich. Yukio Hirao. Anusha Anisetti. Turkish Aerospace Industries. NY. Gannon University. Binghamton. W. USA. Beijing. OH. Engineering and Naval Architecture. USA Technical Paper Publication. Croatia (Hrvatska) Carbondale. USA. Atlanta. USA Session Organizer: Alper Erturk. DETC2017-67168 Jie Tang. HYPOID GEAR DESIGN BEYOND CONVENTIONAL APPROACH GA. DETC2017-68283 Cleveland. USA OPTIMAL RIB LAYOUT DESIGN OF GEARBOX FOR THE REDUCTION OF RADIATED NOISE Technical Paper Publication. Georgia Institute of Technology. DETC2017-67049 Ankara.. Erie. MATERIALS. Binghamton University. Huaiju Liu. USA PTG-2-1: GEAR ANALYSIS. Daniel Kadach. USA Alwathiqbellah Ibrahim. Binghamton. Sebastian Born. DETC2017-68511 MODEL Zdravko Terze. Faculty of Mechanical Christopher G. H. Xuesong Du. US Army Research Laboratory. University of Zagreb. Changjiang Zhou. DETC2017-67054 Geng Liu. Zhaoyao Shi. Chongqing. Changsha. Chongqing University. J. ROOM 16 9:10AM–10:50AM Technical Paper Publication. Croatia (Hrvatska). Wright State University. NY. Chongqing University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 102 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE QUADROTOR FORWARD DYNAMICS WITH QUATERNION ATTITUDE ANALYSIS OF THE HOUSING VIBRATION OF A ROTORCRAFT RECONSTRUCTION BASED ON NON-REDUNDANT ODE SYSTEM PLANETARY GEAR USING A FINITE ELEMENT/CONTACT MECHANICS Technical Presentation. Columbus. China Session Co-Organizer: Ahmet Kahraman. NY. Shannxi. Adrian Hood. Yong Gang Leng. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Beijing University of Technology. China University.

Swindon. USA . DC. USA. USA. Research and Testing Institute Plzen. T. Beijing. Invited Presentation. MA. AWE. Wang Yanrong. State College. US Naval Research Laboratory. Clemson. Albuquerque. Yang Luo. Lancereau. FL.S. OH. Lancereau. Ming Liang. Swindon. Jan Lazar. and Gabor Stepan. USA. United Kingdom ON. Technical Paper Publication. State College. Plzen. AND EXPERIMENTAL SYNNERGY HARVESTERS [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-10 ] Technical Paper Publication. United Kingdom. Beihang University. DETC2017-67007 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68069 Trevor Jerome. DETC2017-67550 Quanqi Dai. ROOM 25C 9:10AM–10:50AM Technical Presentation. John Michopoulos. United Kingdom Jim Redmond. Natalie Baddour. GA. Auburn Hills. University of West Bohemia. Ottawa. T. Marietta. SC. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Czech ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING II Republic. USA Technical Paper Publication. U. ROOM 4 11:00AM–12:00PM VIBRATION AMPLITUDE AND FASTENER TORQUE DEPENDENCE OF DAMPING IN A JOINTED STRUCTURE Session Organizer: Douglas Eddy. Cranfield University. DETC2017-67572 Davis Adams. Clemson University. Washington. 103 Clemson University. Birnbaum. Cameron Turner. University of West Bohemia. Ryan L Harne. USA BALLROOM LEVEL. China MD. USA EFFECT OF IMPLICITLY DERIVED INFILL PATTERNS ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES Technical Paper Publication. Glenwood Springs. PA. DETC2017-68472 Session Organizer: Matthew Brake. MI. Michigan State University. Applied Research Lab / Penn MANUFACTURED COMPONENTS VIA TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION State. Andrew J. Steven W. East Houston. DETC2017-67524 Brian Olson. USA. Athanasios Iliopoulos. Shaw. Czech Republic. Gaurav Chauda. Daniel Segalman. Amherst. USA [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-4 ] HALF-PLANE CONTACT ANALYSIS USING TRIGNOMETRIC POLYNOMIALS BALLROOM LEVEL. FUNCTIONAL PERFORMANCE TAILORING OF ADDITIVELY Stephen A. USA. ARBITRARILY EXCITED NONLINEAR VIBRATION ENERGY COMPUTATIONAL.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 103 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE TOWARDS OPTIMIZING DC LOADS FOR POWER GENERATION FROM VIB-10-2: ACE: ANALYTICAL. Florida Institute of Technology. FOR THE COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF STEAM TURBINE BLADING Hungary CIE-6-2: AMS/SEIKM/CAPPD: DESIGN. Czech Republic CONCOURSE LEVEL. Daniel Brown. Naval Research Laboratory. USA Student Competition Paper. Budapest University of Tech and Eco. FINDING THE STIFFNESSES OF INTERFACE CONTACT ELEMENTS USA. TX. Sandia National Laboratories. Cranfield University. University of Massachusetts Amherst. PA. Reading. Washington. Pavel Polach. USA Lansing. MI. Philip Ind. CO. The Ohio State University. Ye Hang. Stefan Morávka. Hugh Goyder. Applied Research Laboratory. Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 26A 9:10AM–10:50AM VIB-6-2: STIFFNESS AND DAMPING OF JOINTED STRUCTURES Session Organizer: Bruce Geist. USA A METHOD FOR SLIP-STICK AREA ANALYSIS OF CONTACT SURFACE STABILITY AND BIFURCATION OF LONGITUDINAL VEHICLE TRACTION IN ROTOR BLADES WITH FRICTION DAMPER Invited Presentation. Hambric. Melbourne. University of Ottawa. Micah R. William Marsh Rice University. Damien P. DC. DETC2017-67600 John Steuben. USA METHODS FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF NON-LINEAR DAMPING AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF GEAR CONDITION INDICATORS IN FREQUENCY IN BUILT-UP STRUCTURES DETECTING PROGRESSIVE GEAR TOOTH CRACK Technical Paper Publication. Budapest. DETC2017-67712 SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION FOR Josef Voldrich. DETC2017-67460 Hugh Goyder. DETC2017-67008 Damien P. Columbus. Plzen. Shepherd. The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. Canada SOME DYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF CONTACT PATCHES IN BOLTED SANDIA FRACTURE CHALLENGE AND THE STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY JOINTS PARTNERSHIP: MOVING FROM COOPERATIVE ASSESSMENT TO COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH TO ADVANCE FAILURE MODELING Technical Paper Publication. Plzen. Mao Xinnan. Laurel. Naval Research Laboratory. NM.

Urbana. Ming Ma. Oregon State University. USA Robert Wendrich. NY. Seattle. USA. Stony Brook. IL. USA HOW VR IS CHANGING THE FACE OF ENGINEERING PROCESSES STRUCTURAL OPTIMIZATION OF INJECTION MOLDS WITH LATTICE THROUGH INTEGRATION AND COLLABORATION COOLING Panel. IL. Buffalo. USAGE OF VR AND CONTROL CONSIDERATIONS TOOLS FOR DESIGN ENGINEERING Technical Paper Publication. A GUIDED PARTICLE SWARM OPTIMIZER FOR DISTRIBUTED USA OPERATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE TO BUILDING INTEGRATION Technical Paper Publication. Royal Institute of Technology. Naval Research Laboratory. University of Illinois at Chicago. Session Organizer: Ashis Banerjee. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. DETC2017-68596 Technical Paper Publication. Holland Netherlands DAC-11-2: DESIGN OF ENGINEERING Session Co-Organizers: Pramita Mitra. IN. Scotland OPTIMIZATION WITH RIEMANN MAPPING THEOREM CHALLENGES OF REAL AND VR WORLDS IN THE CONTEXT OF Technical Paper Publication. Oregon. USA Panel. USA. University at Buffalo. NY. IN. USA CIE-24-1: ADVANCEMENT IN DIGITAL UNRESTRICTED WIND FARM LAYOUT DESIGN WITH OPTIMAL TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS. Södertälje. USA ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN AND ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF Panel. Indianapolis. USA A DESIGN METHODOLOGY FOR A FLEXIBLE WIND TURBINE BLADE CONNECTED VEHICLES–COMING SOON WITH AN ACTIVELY VARIABLE TWIST DISTRIBUTION TO INCREASE TO A PLACE NEAR YOU! REGION 2 EFFICIENCY CONCOURSE LEVEL. Indianapolis. MI. MI. Washington. DETC2017-68302 Hamid Khakpour Nejadkhaki. DC. DETC2017-68595 Session Co-Organizer: Shikui Chen. Heriot-watt University. Sweden Douglas Acheson. DC. John Michopoulos. Indiana University-Purdue University CHALLENGES FOR VR IN THE CONTEXT OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN. Heriot-watt University. Washington. USA USA Session Co-Organizer: Bryony DuPont. USA Brook. N/A. Namrata Upadhyaya. Chicago. CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA. U. Scotland. Session Organizer: Souma Chowdhury.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 104 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE TOWARDS MULTISCALE TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION FOR ADDITIVELY DAC-5-1: DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF MANUFACTURED COMPONENTS USING IMPLICIT SLICING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS 1 Technical Paper Publication. Bloomfield Township. Theo Lim. N/A. Athanasios Iliopoulos. NY. MI. James Allison. State University of New York at Stony Brook. Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge. ROOM 7 11:00AM–12:00PM John Steuben. Buffalo. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Indianapolis. ROOM 8 11:00AM–12:00PM Sweden HOW VR IS CHANGING THE FACE OF AUTOMOTIVE USER EXPERIENCE Session Organizer: Andres Tovar. DETC2017-67480 Anand Deshmukh. Purdue University. Saint James. Urbana. Twente.S. NY. IN. CIE-20-1: SEIKM PANEL: SMART AND OR. Detroit. DETC2017-67024 INDUSTRIAL DESIGN. CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA. Naval Research Laboratory. Edinburgh. Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Xianfeng David Gu. Tong Wu. Stony Brook. ROOM 3 11:00AM–12:00PM USA. Ford Motor Company. DETC2017-67975 Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge. DETC2017-68598 University of New York at Stony Brook. University at Buffalo. State University of New York at Stony Pramita Mitra. NY. IL. Glenwood Springs. DETC2017-67530 Panelists Details Not Available at Press Time Yang Chen. University of Washington. Edinburgh. USA USA Session Co-Organizer: Pramita Mitra. USA. DETC2017-67596 CONCOURSE LEVEL. Shikui Chen. DETC2017-68597 PERIODIC CONFORMAL METASURFACES BY COMBINING TOPOLOGY Theo Lim. WA. ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING Panagiotis Vogiatzis. USA Session Organizer: Robert Wendrich. State Panel. Andres Tovar. Royal Institute of Technology. US Naval Research Laboratory. John Hall. Holland Netherlands 104 . Mengqi Hu. Bloomfield MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES 2 Township. Ford Motor Company. Indianapolis. Twente. ROOM 5 11:00AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Publication. CO. Ford Motor Company. Södertälje.

Rome. DETC2017-68365 Kevin Weinert. AN. Italy. CT. DETC2017-68052 Claudio Favi. Università Politecnica delle Marche. DETC2017-68309 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES Sundeep Krishna Siripurapu. GA. Ohio State University. Italy Stephan Knackstedt. USA Session Co-Organizer: Beshoy Morkos. Florida Institute of Technology. DETC2017-68265 Pei Cao. Ancona. University of Connecticut. China. SC. DETC2017-67615 Delle Marche. USA Storrs Mansfield. SC. ROOM 22 11:00AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Publication. USA. Oakland. USA Shantanu Gadre. AN. Oakland. USA. University. DETC2017-68303 USA. Jianguo Yang. CA. Rochester. Anna Costanza Russo. Clarkston. Andrea DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION PERSPECTIVES Monteriù. MI. Francesco Ferracuti. Parma. OH. USA DFMLC-3-2: LIFE CYCLE DECISION MAKING MODIFIED JACOBIAN-TORSOR BASED ERROR MODELING AND QUANTITATIVE SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS FOR SINGLE AXIS ASSEMBLY EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Georgia Technical Paper Publication. DFMLC-4-2: DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURING HEURISTIC SCHEME FOR MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION AND ASSEMBLY EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. MI. OH. Oakland University. USA. Universitã Politecnica Delle Marche. USA. South Carolina. Oakland Session Co-Organizer: Paolo Cicconi. ROOM 21 11:00AM–12:00PM OF MACHINE TOOL Session Organizer: Vijitashwa Pandey. Beshoy HEATING SYSTEM FOR ENERGY CONSUMPTION REDUCTION Morkos. Melbourne. Clemson University. Italy. Italy A MANUFACTURING ORIENTED SINGLE POINT SEARCH HYPER. Shanghai. DETC2017-67234 USING FAILURE MODES EFFECT ANALYSIS Kisun Song. Steve Manieri. USA. CT. USA SHAPE TOWARDS OPTIMUM AERODYNAMIC PERFORMANCE ANALYZING COMPOSITE MATERIAL MANUFACTURING METHODS Technical Paper Publication. Florida Institute of Technology. Kyung Hak Choo. Marcos Esterman. Joshua Summers. DETC2017-67368 Institute of Technology. ROOM 6 11:00AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Publication. Anthony Luscher. USA Ancona. Rochester Institute of Technology. Clemson. Shanghai. IL. University of Connecticut. USA. Aurora. Sara Naranjo Corona. Case Western Reserve Session Organizer: Joshua Summers. FL. Florida Institute of Technology. Università degli Studi di Parma. Michele Germani. USA. Corvallis. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. DETC2017-67716 USA Zhengchun Du. DETC2017-68020 PART CHANGE MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY ON AUTOMOTIVE OEM Paolo Cicconi. MI. Italy 105 . SC. The Ohio State University. OR. Columbus. CA. Florida Institute of Technology. NY. USA DAC-15-2: MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION AUTONOMOUS WASTE CHARACTERIZATION IN ENVIRONMENTALLY AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS 2 CONSCIOUS DECISION MAKING CONCOURSE LEVEL. Rochester. Brian Thorn. Jung-Hyun Kim. Michele Germani. Oakland University. China Oakland University. FL. Oregon State University. Florida. Jian Wu. Atlanta. Mariorosario Prist. Roberto Raffaeli. Technical Paper Publication. Technical Paper Publication. Clemson University. MULTI-OBJECTIVE DECISION MAKING OF A SIMPLIFIED CAR BODY Florida. Aleksander Danielewski. Zhaoyan Fan. Cleveland. Session Co-Organizer: Steve Manieri. Alessio Vita. OH. Oakland University. Vijitashwa Session Organizer: Jianhua Zhou. Università Politecnica Technical Paper Publication. USA Elisabeth Kames. Pandey. Shanghai Jiaotong University. Ryan A PARAMETRIC OPTIMIZATION APPROACH OF AN INDUCTION Zaremba. Clemson University. USA Technical Paper Publication. Università Politecnica Delle Marche.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 105 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MODELING SHEAR PERFORMANCE OF HIGH-SPEED RIDGED NAIL IN IMPLEMENTATION OF AN OBJECT-ORIENTED LIFE CYCLE ALUMINUM JOINTS ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK USING FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS AND Technical Paper Publication. Rochester. South Carolina. Storrs. University. FL. Columbus. Fabio Gregori. Jiong Tang. China Rome. USA. Dimitri Mavris. USA. Shanghai. Robert Gao. Università Politecnica delle Marche. Ancona. Italy A LIFE CYCLE MODEL TO ASSESS COSTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF DIFFERENT MARITIME VESSEL TYPOLOGIES Technical Paper Publication. Shanghai Jiaotong University.

Szechenyi Istvan University. Alamo. AN INTEGRATED ANALYSIS OF PROCESSES CONCERNING TRAFFIC USA AND VEHICLE DYNAMICS. Dayton. Australia UNDERSTANDING DESIGNERS BEHAVIOR IN PARAMETER DESIGN (MCEVS) II ACTIVITIES Technical Paper Publication. Ferenc Szauter. Robert J. Clemson University. USA. College Park. IL. Clemson. Hungary ARRAYS RESEARCH OF VEHICLE PARAMETER AND SENSOR SYSTEMS NECESSARY TO CONTROL AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES Technical Paper Publication. Budapest. Jozsef Polak. NJ. ROOM 13 11:00AM–12:00PM Session Organizer: Scott Ferguson. DETC2017-67382 QUESTIONS REGARDING VEHICLE SAFETY AND THE MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS OF SAFETY IN LARGE SCALE NETWORKS USING POSITIVE DYNAMIC SYSTEMS AND PROBABILITY THEORY METHODS Mohammad Fazelpour. USA Daniel Pup. Session Organizer: Ferenc Szauter. Case Western Reserve University Technical Paper Publication. University of Sydney. Gyor. Lang Origami. Hungary 106 . Szechenyi Istvan University. DETC2017-68335 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. AND ELECTRICAL VEHICULAR SYSTEMS Andy Dong. István Lakatos. South Carolina. Budapest. Prabhu Shankar. Krisztian Szabo. SC. University of Sydney. SC. Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Hungary. USA. University of Dayton. Clemson University. USA Hungary A USER STUDY ON EXPLORING THE SEQUENCING OF UNIT CELL Session Co-Organizer: Daniel Pup. USA. Provo. Imperial College. Budapest. Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Institute for Computer CONCOURSE LEVEL. NC. IL. Széchenyi István University. Girish Krishnan. Krisztian Szabo. Session Co-Organizer: Slava Krylov. ROOM 14 11:00AM–12:00PM Turki Alelyani. Gyor. Thuwal. Szechenyi Istvan University. University of Illinois. USA Hungary. Gyor. UIUC. DEVELOPMENT OF LABORATORY APPLYING REAL TRAFFIC SCENARIOS QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF MECHANICAL METAMATERIALS Technical Paper Publication. Urbana. Daniel Pup. Sydney. King Abdullah University of North Carolina. Grogan. Clemson. Paul T. Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Institute for RIGIDLY FOLDABLE QUADRILATERAL MESHES FROM ANGLE Computer Science and Control. Urbana. University of Maryland. Tel Aviv.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 106 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE DTM-5-2: HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN DESIGN II MNS-1-2: KEYNOTE LECTURE EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Sydney NSW. DETC2017-67207 MESA-9-2: MECHATRONIC CONTROL Leonardo Burlamaqui. DETC2017-67992 Tamas Peter. United Kingdom EYE GAZE EXPERIMENT INTO THE RECOGNITION OF INTENDED MICROFABRICATED POLYMER-BASED NEURAL INTERFACES AFFORDANCES Christian A. Gabor Szakallas. Szechenyi Istvan University. Technical Paper Publication. Australia. MD. North Carolina State University. István Lakatos. Stevens Institute of Technology. DESIGN GUIDELINES Hungary Technical Paper Publication. Apurva Patel. MR-10-1: AWARDS Hungary. Budapest. Sreekalyan Patiballa. Hungary. Gyor. CA. Israel INTEGRATION OF PROCESS-INCOMPATIBLE MATERIALS FOR London. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68034 Brigham Young University. Gyor. Hungary. Hungary Session Organizer: Andrew P. Murray. Széchenyi István University. OH. Saudi Arabia Session Co-Organizer: Saeema Ahmed-Kristensen. SC. Zorman. Budapest University of Technology and Economics. UT. USA. Larry L. Szechenyi Istvan University. Ye Yang. Session Organizer: Mohammad Younis. ROOM 20 11:00AM–12:00PM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Urbana Champaign. Tel Aviv University. NSW. Ferenc Szauter. Howell. Gyor. DETC2017-68021 Clemson University. DETC2017-68028 Technical Paper Publication. USA. ROOM 1 11:00AM–12:00PM Science and Control. Joshua Summers. USA Tamas Peter. Hungary. DETC2017-67440 Robert Lang. Gyor. USA Science and Technology (KAUST). Hoboken.

Bruce Minaker. Linz Center of Mechatronics. Lei Zuo. Johannes Kepler University. Austria. DETC2017-68601 COMPUTATIONAL DYNAMICS I. DETC2017-67434 Karin Nachbagauer. Gleason Corporation. University of Cromodora Wheels S. Pierangelo Masarati. Austria Mastinu. USA A NOVEL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS METHOD FOR A FULL VEHICLE Technical Presentation. Massimiliano Gobbi. Blacksburg. Wolfgang Steiner. ROOM 16 11:00AM–12:00PM (MNMTA) II Session Organizer: Teik Lim. Austria. DETC2017-68512 Gerstmayr. DETC2017-68053 BALLROOM LEVEL. ROOM 24 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Co-Organizers: Karin Nachbagauer. DETC2017-67204 Fran Gonzalez. China Session Co-Organizer: Qi Fan. Spain. Virginia Tech. Guangdong University of Technology. USA ** 2017 Myklestad Awardee ** BALLROOM LEVEL. DETC2017-68526 Markus Schörgenhumer. Johannes Kepler University. China. Austria. USA. Italy BENCHMARKING OF LINEARIZATION METHODS FOR MULTIBODY Session Co-Organizers: Guangqiang Wu. Giorgio Previati. Linz. Canada. SYSTEM DYNAMICS China. TX. (Steve) Shen. Lin Li. Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences. Edinburg. Guo Hu. Y. University of Washington. Shanghai.0 VIRTUAL PROCESS ASSESSMENT Technical Presentation. Seattle. University of Texas Rio Grande Mechanism Using Bi-Linear Control Input Valley. Tongji University. Canada Session Organizer: Massimiliano Gobbi. Austria. Roberto Frizzi. Milan. Tiefeng Zhao. Thomas Lauss. Xin Chen. Guangdong. Science Upper Austria. Blacksburg. China DEVELOPMENT OF LEAD-ZIRCONATE-TITANATE (PZT) THIN-FILM MICROACTUATORS FOR INNER EAR HEARING RE-HABILITATION MSNDC-15-1: SOFTWARE TOOLS FOR Keynote Presentation. ROOM 19 11:00AM–12:00PM Worth. Beijing. Wels.p. ON. ROOM 26-C 11:00AM–12:00PM Session Organizer: Alexander Humer. VA. University of La Coruna. USA Session Organizer: Peng Yan. Lei Zuo. University of La Coruna. Zhijun Yang. Spain VA. DETC2017-67343 Politecnico Di Milano. TX. Leopold-Franzens University Innsbruck. Tongji University. William Marsh Rice University. Technical Paper Publication. Italy. Milan. Austria Jianyong Zuo. China A GENERIC METHOD TO GENERATE AS-CURVE PROFILE IN Avinash Singh. NY. Politecnico Di FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY SYSTEMS AND SMOOTHED-PARTICLE Milano. VA. USA 107 . Technical Paper Publication. Linz. Youdun Bai. Gianpiero Applied Sciences Upper Austria. Milan. Guangdong University of Technology. Wels. TX. Shandong University. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.p. Johannes Technical Paper Publication. Ghedi. AVT-3-2: ADVANCES IN METHODS FOR GROUND VEHICLE SYSTEMS DESIGN Austria EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Xin Chen. Politecnico di Milano. Milan. Jinan. Politecnico Di Milano. Ramin Masoudi. Technical Paper Publication. Italy HYDRODYNAMICS FOR FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION TEMPERATURE RISE REAL-TIME MEASUREMENT OF METRO TREAD BASED ON THE MULTI-SENSOR FUSION AND ONLINE COMPENSATION Technical Presentation. USA Zhijun Yang. Blacksburg. Alberto Luaces. Rochester. USA INVERSE DYNAMICS TOOLBOX FOR PARAMETER IDENTIFICATION IN NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF RADIAL IMPACT TEST OF FREQUENCY DOMAIN USING ADJOINT FOURIER COEFFICIENTS AN ALUMINUM WHEEL: TOWARDS INDUSTRY 4. WA. Cuadrado. Milan. David Vilela. VA. Claudio Sorlini. Shanghai. ON. Italy.A. Newport News. Italy. Politecnico di Milano. University of Applied Federico Ballo. SUSPENSION BASED ON QUARTER CAR MODEL University of Windsor. Stefan Oberpeilsteiner. Guangzhou. University of Waterloo. METHOD Alexander Humer. Ferrol. Cromodora Wheels S. Ferrol. Waterloo. China Nonlinear Response Compensation of Flexure-Hinge Based Guiding Session Organizer: Dumitru Caruntu. Javier Long Wu. Wels.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 107 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MESA-21-2: MICRO-/NANO-MANIPULATION PTG-9-2: KEYNOTE LECTURE TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. ROOM 26A 11:00AM – 12:00PM Youdun Bai. Italy. Milan. Virginia Tech. Wels. Italy. Innsbruck. Guangdong. Global Propulsion Systems General Motors COMMERCIAL MOTION CONTROLLER VIB-1-2: KEYNOTE LECTURE Technical Paper Publication. USA Session Co-Organizer: Matthew Brake. DETC2017-67703 Austria. Guangzhou.A. Fort EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Liebherr Mining Equipment. Tsinghua University. The University of Texas at Arlington. Windsor. DETC2017-68066 Houston. USA ROLE OF TRANSMISSIONS IN ENABLING VEHICLE FUEL ECONOMY Session Co-Organizer: Zhen Zhang. Upper Austria University of Applied Sciences. Linz.

Pune. China ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING III CIE-5-1: SIMULATION IN ADVANCED MANUFACTURING CONCOURSE LEVEL. India. Tata Consultancy Services Technical Paper Publication. China Technical Paper Publication. Miami University. MA. University of Massachusetts at Amherst. IN. Lifeng Xi. Glasgow. DETC2017-67888 3D MACHINED SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY FORECASTING WITH SPACE- TIME MULTIOUTPUT SUPPORT VECTOR REGRESSION USING HIGH Andrew J. DETC2017-67758 INFLUENCE OF PRINTING ORIENTATION ON THE DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS AND VIBRATION BEHAVIOR OF 3D PRINTED Aleksandar Josifovic. Qiang Gao. NIST. Maharashtra./NIST. CO. Pune. Sundar Krishnamurty. USA. China Amherst. DC. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Nanjing University of Science and Zhuo Yang. Washington. Honda R & D Americas Inc. OH. Jie Chen. Payam Haghighi. China. Jacob Veta. Mahesh Mani. Pune. Thomas Hagedorn. Shanghai JiaoTong University. PARAMETRIC DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE IMPELLER Jacob Kresslein. China. Weir Advanced Research Centre. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68289 Matthew Stickland. Amol Joshi. Columbus. Virginia Tech. U. The Ohio State University. Shanghai. USA. USA CIE-6-3: AMS/SEIKM/CAPPD: DESIGN. Tongji University. Shanghai. Dakota Consultancy Inc. John Michopoulos. Sreedhar Reddy. Shichang ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Du. MD. Amherst. USA THREE-DIMENSIONAL OBJECT REALIZATION VIA DIRECT VOLUMETRIC ACTIVATION Session Co-Organizer: Jami J Shah. India. Singapore. Shanghai. The Ohio State University. Maharashtra. Technology Research Institute. Seung Ki Moon. MA. DETC2017-68446 Limited. US Naval Research DEFINITION METROLOGY Laboratory. The Ohio State University. ROOM 5 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Organizer: John Michopoulos. Birnbaum. USA. DETC2017-67839 DESIGN RULES FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: A CATEGORIZATION Avadhut Sardeshmukh. USA CONTRASTING FUNCTIONS WITH AFFORDANCES IN DESIGN FOR Yiping Shao. Duane GEOMETRY FOR AN AUTOMOTIVE TORQUE CONVERTER USING DOE Detwiler. VA. Edinburgh Eh92dg. Washington. University of Strathclyde. Loknayak Jaiprakash Institute of Technology. Naval Research Laboratory. Columbus. Athanasios Iliopoulos. METHOD The Ohio State University. USA Session Organizer: Mahesh Mani. Anil Kumar Singh. OH. John Steuben. Nanyang Technological University. Tata Research Development and Design Centre. India. Bihar. Paul Witherell. DETC2017-67872 Technical Paper Publication. NIST. Technology. DETC2017-67155 Research Laboratory. Jun Tang. VA. Naval Technical Paper Publication. STRUCTURES Aldo Iannetti. Glasgow. 108 Gaithersburg. Jitesh Panchal. University of Massachusetts Amherst. USA. USA. University of Massachusetts. ROOM 4 2:00PM–3:40PM CONCOURSE LEVEL. Saran. USA. Glasgow. DETC2017-67807 Zhen Li. USA. Purdue University. United Kingdom. Singapore Centre for 3D Printing. Haeseong Jee. United Kingdom. MD. Ian Grosse. Gaithersburg. China. Jami J. MA. DETC2017-68157 ENGINEERING PROCEDURE FOR POSITIVE DISPLACEMENT PUMP PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS BASED ON 1D AND 3D CFD COMMERCIAL Hyunwoong Ko. DC. USA. Jonathan Corney. Washington. Liangmo Wang. MA. Scotland. Oxford. OH. Paul Witherell. Shah. University of Strathclyde. Scotland A DATA SCIENCE APPROACH FOR ANALYSIS OF MULTI-PASS WIRE Kumar Vikram Singh. OH. Nanyang Technological University. USA. Technical Paper Publication. Fazeel Khan. University of Strathclyde.S. India Technical Paper Publication. School of Mechanical CODES and Aerospace.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 108 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING OF A CLUTCH AND BRAKE SYSTEM INCORPORATING MANUFACTURING CONSTRAINTS IN TOPOLOGY FOR INDOOR TIRE TESTING OPTIMIZATION METHODS: A SURVEY Technical Paper Publication. Amherst. Korea (Republic) IN-PLANE DYNAMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS OF HEXAGONAL AND A DOMAIN DRIVEN APPROACH TO METAMODELING IN ADDITIVE REENTRANT HONEYCOMBS UNDER UNIAXIAL IMPACT LOADING MANUFACTURING Technical Paper Publication. USA . Naval Research Laboratory. USA Technical Paper Publication. Columbus. Korea. USA. Seoul. Glenwood Springs. USA. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. USA. Gautham Basavarsu. DOE-ERE. Corina Sandu. USA. Columbus. TCS. Nanjing. DETC2017-68259 SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION FOR Guangqiang Wu. West Lafayette. Yan Lu. USA. OH. Blacksburg. Shanghai JiaoTong University. Alok Sutradhar. DC. Peter Denno. Hong Ik USA University. Douglas Eddy. USA Park. DETC2017-68134 Technical Paper Publication. Nanjing. Singapore Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68192 Aamir Khusru Khan. Jaejong Blacksburg. Shanghai. Nanjing CREPREI Industrial Amherst. OH. Columbus. DRAWING OH. MD. The Ohio State University. DC. University of Massachusetts- Amherst. Washington. Raymond. Gaithersburg.

Richardson. Eric Coatanea. Siemens. Ames. ROOM 7 2:00PM–3:40PM Yuqing Zhou. USA Technical Paper Publication. Sanjay Joshi. Seattle. USA VALUE-DRIVEN DESIGN USING DISCIPLINE-BASED DECOMPOSITION FOR A FAMILY OF FRONT-LOADING WASHING MACHINES Technical Paper Publication. Surrey. North Carolina State University. DETC2017-68338 DAC-16-2: MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN OPTIMIZATION 2 Ekaterina Sinitskaya. Urbana. IA. Stanford. Clemson. DETC2017-67921 Richardson. CA. APPLICATION TO ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING USA Session Co-Organizer: Jie Zhang. ROOM 8 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Organizer: Mahesh Mani. Stanford University. USA Session Organizer: James Guest. Nathan Michael Barclift. Technical Paper Publication. PA. University Park. USA. Gilbert. PA. New London. Stanford University. ROOM 6 2:00PM–3:40PM AN EXPERIMENTAL PARAMETRIC STUDY OF AIR-BASED BATTERY THERMAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES Session Organizer: John Hall. Simpson. DETC2017-67631 Sangjin Jung. BC. Arizona State University. Canada. AZ. Seattle University. USA. 109 G. USA. USA Session Co-Organizer: Wentao Fu. BC. USA. Lutherville Panelists Details Not Available at Press Time Timonium. University at Buffalo. SC. Simpson. Timothy W. MIT. North Carolina. PA. Penn State University. Mesa. Ann Arbor. University Park. DETC2017-68346 Technical Paper Publication. USA. Harrison Kim. WA. State College. FL. Penn TWO STAGE MINI-MAX ALGORITHM FOR GRID-BASED WIND FARM State University. Qifang Bao. Stanford. USA. University of Texas at Dallas. DETC2017-68376 Samantha Janko. Tampere University of Technology. USA OPTIMAL DESIGN OF TOPOLOGY AND GRADIENT ORTHOGONAL Technical Paper Publication. NC. DETC2017-67852 EXAMINING THE INFLUENCE OF SOLAR PANEL INSTALLERS ON Anthony Garland. USA DESIGN OF AN AGENT-BASED TECHNIQUE FOR CONTROLLING CAD-INTEGRATED COST ESTIMATION AND BUILD ORIENTATION INTERCONNECTED DISTRIBUTED ENERGY RESOURCE OPTIMIZATION TO SUPPORT DESIGN FOR METAL ADDITIVE TRANSACTIONS MANUFACTURING Technical Paper Publication. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA DIMENSION REDUCTION AND DECOMPOSITION USING CAUSAL GRAPH AND QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR AIRCRAFT CONCEPT DESIGN OPTIMIZATION Technical Paper Publication. TX. DETC2017-67601 Di Wu. Georges Fadel. Orlando. Simon Fraser University (Surrey Campus). USA DAC-5-2: DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF GRADIENT BASED MULTI-COMPONENT TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS 2 FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING (MTO-A) Technical Paper Publication. Washington. Mao Li. Tampere. Penn State University. USA. University of Michigan. CT. MI. MA. TX. Iowa State University/Dept of Aerospace Eng. USCGA. PA. USA CONCOURSE LEVEL. DOE-ERE. University of Texas at Dallas. USA EXPERIMENT DRIVEN LOCAL OPTIMIZATION (EDLO) WITH AN Session Organizer: Erin MacDonald. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA. ROOM 3 2:00PM–3:40PM CONCOURSE LEVEL. Maria Yang. IL. Kelley Gomez. Stanford University. USA Armstrong. DETC2017-67841 Session Co-Organizer: Scott Ferguson. Christina Bloebaum. Kazuhiro Saitou. AZ. Gary Wang. Johns Hopkins University. SC. DETC2017-67535 MATERIAL Ning Quan. Stanford. CA. Buffalo. Clemson. MD. Finland. Canada . DETC2017-68207 CONCOURSE LEVEL. Cambridge. Jie Zhang. Timothy W. CA. USA Joshua Hamel. Penn State LAYOUT OPTIMIZATION University. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. NY. Andrew Johnson. Arizona State University. Surrey. University Park. DESIGN INNOVATION AND MARKET PENETRATION Clemson University. Clemson University. Erin MacDonald. DC. USA Yuanzhi Liu. Simon Fraser University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 109 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE SESSION CIE-33-1: CIE MANUFACTURING DAC-6-1: DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE PANEL MANUFACTURING 1 CONCOURSE LEVEL.

USA DESIGN OF VARIABLE-DENSITY STRUCTURES FOR ADDITIVE Clemson University. USA. PA. NY. DETC2017-68405 COMPARISON OF COLLECTIVE TEAM AND INDIVIDUAL STUDENT PEER FEEDBACK ON DESIGN Andrea Piazza. DETC2017-67339 Cincinnati. Cao Yujun. NC. OK. USA. Hunan. SC. Changesha. AND OUTPUTS Technical Paper Publication. USA A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO IDENTIFYING A SET OF FEASIBLE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING DESIGNS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Liang Keshan. State College. DETC2017-67761 Zhang Qingbiao. Amherst. DETC2017-67800 Mahender Mandala. Urbana. Rochester Institute of Technology. Sara Behdad. Kyle Bielanos. Clemson. Penn State University. NY. USA EXPLORATION OF VARIOUS METHODS FOR COST CONSIDERATIONS Sunghoon Lim. Hallie Stidham. PA. Clemson. State University of New York at Stony Brook. China. Shikui Chen. Nesconset. PA. University of Oklahoma. Clemson MANUFACTURING USING GYROID LATTICES University. University at Buffalo. USA. USA. DFMLC-5-1: DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABLE NY. MIT. DETC2017-67266 Technical Paper Publication. Stony Brook. Mary Goldberg. Shun Takai. USA A CASE STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF DESIGN PROJECT LENGTH ON PART SEPARATION METHODS FOR ASSEMBLY BASED DESIGN IN TEAM COLLABORATION AND LEADERSHIP IN SENIOR MECHANICAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING PROJECTS Technical Paper Publication. Penn State University. PA. Seoul. OR. New York. United Kingdom. James Harstvedt. Kunal Mhapsekar. Brown University. SUNY. DETC2017-68002 Technical Paper Publication. Hyeongmin Han. Tang Li. SUNY–Stony Brook. Hunan. Pittsburgh. DETC2017-68003 Session Organizer: Karl Haapala. Chi Zhou. China. DETC2017-68091 Daniel Dunaway. Doug Chickarello. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA USA. Norman. Kathryn Jablokow. IL. Oregon State University. Zhang Zhixiong. Penn State University. Cambridge. Barton Pursel. SC. OH. USA. IL. USA Mississippi. USA QUANTIFYING THE MISMATCH BETWEEN COURSE CONTENT AND Technical Paper Publication. USA. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Joshua Summers. Sam Anand. Technical Paper Publication. Mississippi State University. Session Organizer: Zahed Siddique. University of Pittsburgh. USA. USA 110 . Buffalo. USA. South Carolina. NY. USA. South of Defense Technology. RI. Florida. Malvern. USA. SC. PROCESSES. IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING USA. Larissa Nietner. MS. David Wallace. EXPERIENCED: STUDIES WITH AN APPROACH BASED ON CARDINAL KERNEL FUNCTIONS ENGINEERING DESIGN CONCEPT FOR SMART DEVICES Technical Paper Publication. SC. USA National University of Defense Technology. Providence. ROOM 21 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Carolina. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Florida Institute of Technology. PA. Andrew Blanton. Florida Institute of Technology. DETC2017-67864 Technical Paper Publication. Melbourne. of Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. Aiken. Urbana. Buffalo. USA Session Co-Organizer: Junfeng Ma. ROOM 23 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. Clemson University. Rochester. DETC2017-68197 Yosep Oh. Northern Illinois University. Korea (Republic). MS. University of Pittsburgh. Mississippi State University. Junfeng Ma. MA. DETC2017-68399 Long Jiang. Pittsburgh. MS. Erin Cole. USA. PA. Sehyun Chang. FL. Hyundai Motor Company. Zhao Xiqing. Beshoy Morkos. USA Xiangmin Jiao. DETC2017-68047 STUDENTS' DIALOGUE IN ONLINE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS Botao Zhang. China. USA Technical Paper Publication. Hunan. Conrad Tucker. Hunan. Marcos Mississippi State. USA. Jon Pearlman. Changsha. Changesha.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 110 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE PARAMETRIC SHAPE & TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION: A NEW LEVEL SET THE SOCIAL IMPACT OF STEM. IL. National University of Defense Technology. Mississippi State University. USA DEC-2-1: TEAMING AND COLLABORATION IN RECONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY OF THE PART?S INTERNAL DESIGN EDUCATION STRUCTURE BASED ON UNIT BLOCK LIBRARY EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. at Buffalo. National University Session Co-Organizer: Joshua Summers. Esterman. University of Cincinnati. FL. NY. DeKalb. State College. Mississippi. Clemson University. Christian Schunn. University at Clemson University. ChangSha. China TOWARDS A BETTER DESIGN TEAM FORMATION: A REVIEW OF TEAM A PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF ADDITIVE EFFECTIVENESS MODELS AND POSSIBLE MEASUREMENTS OF MANUFACTURING ENERGY CONSUMPTION DESIGN-TEAM INPUTS. University James Righter. Harrison Kim. Oregon. VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System / Univ. National University of Defense USA Technology.

USA. Augusta University. University of Caleb Bennetts. Ade Mabogunje. CA. Lawrence Ramiscal. Italian Institute of Technology. Roozbeh Sanaei. Winnipeg. DETC2017-68427 Amin Mirkouei. ID. USA. University of Manitoba. Technical Paper Publication. USA A NETWORK-BASED COMPUTATIONAL MODEL FOR CREATIVE Pisa. Singapore University FORMULATIONS FOR A VIBRATION ABSORBER EXAMPLE of Technology and Design. Italy Technology and Design. United Kingdom AN INTERACTIVE DESIGN METHOD BASED ON DUAL-DOMAIN TRANSFORMATIONS COMPARING FACETS OF DIVERGENT THINKING IN ENGINEERING Technical Paper Publication. Singapore. University of Manitoba. Canada. Malvern. IL. Urbana. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. ROOM 22 2:00PM–3:40PM Session Organizer: Lucienne Blessing. University. IL. DETC2017-67604 Yunhui Liu. Finland. London. ROOM 20 2:00PM–3:40PM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Ferdinando Sujithra Raviselvam. Stanford University. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. DETC2017-68428 Thurston. University of Manitoba. Augusta. The University of Texas Rio Session Co-Organizer: Giovanni Muscolo. MB. GA. Katja Holtta-Otto. Feng Shi. USA. Winnipeg. Ji Han. Singapore University of Technology Session Organizer: Qingjin Peng. United Kingdom. Idaho Falls. DETC2017-67415 INTERACTION AND DATA MINING Technical Paper Publication. USA. LeTourneau University. Jonathan Edelman. Megan Tomko. Tulsa.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 111 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DFMLC-8-1: CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND DTM-1-2: CREATIVITY IDEATION II MANUFACTURING ANALYSIS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Yu Xiao. Singapore Canada Session Co-Organizer: Noe Vargas Hernandez. CA. London. Madhav Arora. USA. Canada. Stanford University. Royal College of Arts. Italy. USA CONCEPTUAL AND FUNCTIONAL DESIGN OF A ROBOTICS DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON DESIGNER CHAMFERING TOOL FOR WOODEN BEAMS CREATIVITY AND EMPATHY EVOKED THROUGH USER EXTREME Technical Paper Publication. USA. MB. Atlanta. Italian Institute of Technology. DETC2017-68239 Georgia Southern University. DETC2017-68380 Giovanni Muscolo. Manitoba. Italian Institute of Technology. University of Manitoba. Caldwell. USA BENEFITS ACROSS THE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING OF MEDICAL DEVICES: A CASE STUDY OF ANKLE FOOT ORTHOSIS DESIGN WHODUNIT: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDIVIDUAL CHARACTERISTICS AND INTERACTION BEHAVIOR IN DE-SIGN CONCEPT GENERATION Technical Paper Publication. IL. University of Manitoba. GA. Bishal Silwal. Singapore University of Cannella. Jian Zhang. Darwin Caldwell. Chicago. and Design. Georgia Institute of Technology. Kathryn Jablokow. Polverigi (AN). Shantou. Matthew Green. Italy BODY GESTURE-BASED USER INTERACTION IN DESIGN REVIEW KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY BRIDGING HUMAN-COMPUTER Technical Paper Publication. ENHANCING ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY GA. Penn State University. OK. Espoo. MB. Pisa. USA Bryan Levy. GA. Genova. DETC2017-67702 FRESHMEN AND UPPERCLASSMEN Technical Paper Publication. Singapore 487372. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Shantou Benjamin W. Lucienne Blessing. Deborah Technical Paper Publication. LeTourneau University. University of Idaho. Larry Leifer. Peihua Gu. DETC2017-68046 CONDITIONS Technical Paper Publication. Longview. Champaign. Singapore. MB. TX. Atlanta. Georgia Institute of Technology. University of Illinois. James Allison. DETC2017-68337 BETWEEN-SUBJECT AND WITHIN-SUBJECT EXPERIMENTS Siyao Luan. Edinburg. Manitoba. Ethan Hilton. CA. Statesboro. Manitoba. Urbana. Qingjin Peng. Peter Childs. Grande Valley. USA. Canada. USA. USA 111 . Kristin Wood. Singapore University of Technology and Design. Imperial College London. USA. DETC2017-67228 Yu Xiao. Singapore INVESTIGATING PROBLEM SIMILARITY THROUGH STUDY OF Technical Paper Publication. Italy. Qingjin Peng. MB. ID. Winnipeg. Avery Cheeley. MB. Manitoba. Stanford. Stanford. Julie Linsey. Canada Liuqing Chen. DEVELOPING AND COMPARING ALTERNATIVE DESIGN OPTIMIZATION Aalto University. Canada. PA. USA Neeraj Sonalkar. China TX.

Martinez. Polytechnic University of Marche. Deshan Meng. USA David Corinaldi. Glaucio Paulino. France HELICAL TUBE FOR GPS. University of Genoa. CA. Faraz Session Co-Organizer: Dimiter Zlatanov. USA MR-6-1: PLANAR AND SPATIAL MECHANISMS MODULAR ELASTIC LATTICE PLATFORM FOR RAPID PROTOTYPING OF TENSEGRITY ROBOTS [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-16 ] Technical Paper Publication. France. SITIA. Technical Paper Publication. USA NEW PSEUDO-RIGID-BODY MODELS FOR DYNAMICS OF COMPLIANT FL. Harne. France. Carielle Spangenberg. USA 112 . Berkeley. China Kristopher Wehage. INSA-LGCGM-EA 3913. Mariana I. Miami. Laval University. TX. Atlanta. USA DESIGN PROCESS OF HIGH-DYNAMICS MULTI-LINK FLEXIBLE ROBOT USA DESIGN OF MIURA-ORI PATTERNS WITH ACOUSTIC BANDGAPS MANIPULATORS Technical Paper Publication. Alice Agogino. Hunter J. Blacksburg. Sarah C. WI. France. OH. DETC2017-68370 Canada Jason T. DETC2017-67286 Yu She. USA. Luca Carbonari. Moffett Field. Ryan. Adrian Agogino. Lara A. DeFigueiredo. Darren Hartl. USING POLYNOMIAL CHAOS THEORY USA DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF REDUCED DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM Technical Paper Publication. Davis. Bryce P. DETC2017-67384 Technical Paper Publication. Phanish Suryanarayana. Lutz. College Station. Milwaukee. IN. Georgakopoulos. Berkeley. Daly. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. DETC2017-68264 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Davis. Saint Paul. Brigham Session Co-Organizer: David Cappelleri. The Ohio State University. Tianjin. Palaiseau. SITIA. Genoa. Ryan L. Berkeley. West Young University. Chengzhe Zou. University of California. DETC2017-67721 Phanisri Pratapa. ROOM 10 2:00PM–3:40PM Lee-Huang Chen. Bahram Ravani. Session Co-Organizer: Craig Lusk. Università Edwin Peraza Hernandez. DETC2017-67377 Marquette University. Italy MR-8-7: MOBILE ROBOTIC SYSTEMS University. Technical Paper Publication. Thomas. Pasadena. UT. ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF AN ACTIVE SELF-FOLDING ANTENNA Massimo Callegari. Spencer P. USA FOLDING STAR-SHAPED ACOUSTIC TRANSDUCERS FOR REAL-TIME ROBOTIC LINKS GUIDANCE OF RADIATED ACOUSTIC WAVES Technical Paper Publication. Philippe Bidaud. Bouguenais. Purdue University. Bouguenais. DETC2017-67766 Session Organizer: Yan Chen. DETC2017-67855 Matteo Palpacelli. USA. USA DESIGNING FOR POWER TRANSFER ACROSS FOLD-LINES IN MECHANISMS WITH ORIGAMI-LIKE MOVEMENT USING SURROGATE EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. MN. Shanghai. Pinhas Ben-Tzvi.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 112 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE MR-4-7: ACOUSTIC & ANTENNA A COMPUTATIONAL METHOD FOR FORMULATION AND SOLUTION OF APPLICATIONS DYNAMICAL EQUATIONS FOR COMPLEX MECHANISMS AND MULTIBODY SYSTEMS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Berkeley. OH. Verdugo. ONERA. Technical Paper Publication. China University of California. FREQUENCY RECONFIGURABLE QHA BASED ON KAPTON ORIGAMI Rennes. WI. Mallory C. ONERA. ROOM 11 2:00PM–3:40PM FOLDS Session Organizer: Clement Gosselin. Stavros V. RADIO AND WIMAX APPLICATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Janse Session Organizer: Hao Wang. USA Toulouse. Shun Yao. Quebec. Georgia Thomas Solatges. Ancona. USA. Mathieu Rognant. CA. Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Université Européenne de Bretagne. Università Politecnica delle Marche. VARIATIONAL ANALYSIS OF A TWO LINK SLIDER-CRANK MECHANISM USA. Garnier. Allen. Ellande Tang. DETC2017-67328 MODULAR SNAKE ROBOT Paul S. Ancona. Wael Saab. AN. France. van Vuuren. Institute of Technology. Florida Technical Paper Publication. Ancona. DETC2017-67949 Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 9 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67546 International University. The University of South Florida. Giacomo Palmieri. Hai-Jun Su. USA. The Ohio State University. USA Peter Racioppo. Magleby. CA. CA. FL. Berkeley. Sébastien Rubrecht. Columbus. Eric Courteille. Tianjin University. University of California. VA. University of St. CA. CA. Texas A&M Politecnica delle Marche. Andrew P. Baxter. Philip Voglewede. GA. NASA Ames Research Center. QC. Italy Ghahani. John Gibson. Milwaukee. Virginia Tech. Provo. DETC2017-68048 DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION OF POINTING TRAJECTORIES EXPLOITING THE REDUNDANCY OF PARALLEL WRISTS Xueli Liu. USA. University of California. Italy. Sabelhaus. Marquette University. Italy. Dimitris Lagoudas. Columbus. USA Lafayette.

Thuwal. Merced. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Israel Changpin Li.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 113 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DEVELOPING A KINEMATICALLY SIMILAR MASTER DEVICE FOR NONLINEAR STATIC AND DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF ANIMPERFECT EXTENSIBLE CONTINUUM ROBOT MANIPULATORS CIRCULAR MICROPLATE UNDER ELECTROSTATIC ACTUATION Technical Paper Publication. Besançon. Tel Aviv. China 113 . Makkah Province. Shanghai University. China Technical Presentation. Beijing University of Chemical Technology. SC. Mohammad Younis. Northwestern Polytechnical ELECTROSTATICALLY TUNABLE NANOMECHANICAL SHALLOW University. USA Science and Technology (KAUST). Rivka Gilat. Clemson. Beijing. Tel Aviv University. Apoorva Kapadia. Celaleddin Yeroglu. Tel Aviv. Ian Walker. Baris Baykant Alagoz. Canada. Xi’an. ROOM 14 2:00PM–3:40PM MNS-2-1: 2D MEMS/NEMS Session Organizer: Yangquan Chen. Technical Paper Publication. Kai Liu. France Technical Paper Publication. R. USA Abdullah Ates. Arend Van Der Zande. Besancon. DETC2017-67670 THE RESONANT BEHAVIOR OF MEMS-BASED SINGLE CRYSTALLINE Jimu Liu. Bourgogne Franche-Comte. FEMTO-ST Institute. Hao Chong. CA. Kazmi. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Case Western SURVEILLANCE OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT BY A TEAM OF Reserve University. Clemson University. Turkey. Brual Shah. OH. Zhewen Xing. DETC2017-68534 ON-LINE TASK DECOMPOSITION FOR COLLABORATIVE Yongkun Sui. University of California Merced. Univ. Xianbao Chen. DETC2017-67997 Ziquan Yu. University of Southern California. China University of Mining Technology Beijing. Nanjing. Beijing University of Chemical Technology. DESIGN OF A NEW WAIST FOR A HEXAPOD ROBOT WITH PARALLEL Joseph Lardies. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. King Abdullah University of Yangquan Chen. Yaohong Qu. China ARCHES ENERGY INFORMATICS AND FRACTIONAL CALCULUS Technical Paper Publication. Tel Aviv University. Cleveland. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Kailey Shara. University of California Merced. USA Najib Kacem. DETC2017-67845 Technical Paper Publication. Slava Krylov. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. F. Saudi Arabia ADAPTIVE FRACTIONAL-ORDER FAULT TOLERANT TRACKING HIGHLY TUNABLE NANO-ELECTRO-MECHANICAL SYSTEMS FROM 2D CONTROL FOR UAV BASED ON HIGH-GAIN OBSERVER MATERIAL BIMORPHS. DETC2017-67321 Technical Paper Publication. China. Amal Z. Session Co-Organizer: Mohammad Younis. USA [ Cross-listed with VIB-12 ] DISTURBANCE REJECTION FOPID CONTROL OF ROTOR BY MULTI- EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Saudi Arabia. USA UNMANNED SURFACE VEHICLES MESA-6-3: FRACTIONAL DERIVATIVES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS (FDTA) III Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67099 University. Israel. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). ACTUATED CIRCULAR CURVED MICRO PLATES Xingyu He. China. DETC2017-67634 ON THE USAGE OF BERGER’S MODEL FOR ELECTROSTATICALLY Dazi Li. Thuwal. Ariel Technical Paper Publication. Merced. Satyandra Gupta. Aymen Jallouli. Thuwal. Pedro M. Israel. DETC2017-67479 Technical Presentation. France. Youmin Zhang. Xi’an. UniversityBourgogne Franche-Comte. Makkah. CA. Urbana. Shanghai. Li Ma. CA. Mechanical & Industrial Eng. University of California Merced. USA Science and Technology. IL. Merced. AND POLYCRYSTALLINE 3C-SIC DIAPHRAGMS Shanghai. J THE INVERTED DECOUPLING BASED FRACTIONAL ORDER TWO- Costa. Thuwal. ROOM 13 2:00PM–3:40PM OBJECTIVE BB-BC OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHM Technical Paper Publication. King Abdullah University of Yangquan Chen. INPUT-TWO-OUTPUT IMC CONTROLLER Makkah. DETC2017-67996 Chase Frazelle. France. China WELL-POSEDNESS OF FRACTIONAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Christian Zorman. Los Angeles. University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. China. DETC2017-67283 Session Organizer: Arend Van Der Zande. USA QC. IL. Beijng. Xi Zhang. Feng Gao. Hajjaj. Inonu University. Northwestern Polytechnical University. LEG MECHANISM TO INCREASE ITS STAIR-CLIMBING CAPABILITY Besancon. Southeast University. Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia. DETC2017-67485 Syed N. Montreal. CA. Jie Yuan. Malatya. Concordia Univ. University Bourgogne Franche-Comte. DETC2017-67523 Lior Medina. Saudi Arabia Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67972 Shaurya Shriyam. Urbana. Ariel.. China.

USA A FAST FINITE ELEMENT BASED METHODOLOGY TO PREDICT THE TEMPERATURE FIELD IN A THERMOPLASTIC SPUR GEAR DRIVE Session Co-Organizer: Radu Serban. Sapienza University of Rome. Cody Anderson. DETC2017-67131 SCUFFING Wenming Nie. A COMPARISON WITH MODEL PREDICTIVE CONTROL Bell Helicopter. Robert Tryon. Army. USA. China. Castelló De La Plana. Columbus. Universitat Jaume I. Donghai Li. Yali Xue. Columbus. Alberto Porras-Vazquez. AND Technical Paper Publication. Cleveland State University. USA NONLINEAR SYSTEMS: AN EXPERIMENTAL CASE STUDY PTG-2-2: GEAR ANALYSIS. DETC2017-67127 Session Co-Organizer: Kwun-Lon Ting. Inc. VEXTEC. Mexico Keynote Presentation. USA 114 . USA. China MSNDC-17-1: LYAPUNOV AWARD LECTURE & Technical Paper Publication. Cookeville. University. Madison. ROOM 26A 2:00PM–5:40PM McDaniels. DETC2017-68007 A PRACTICAL CONTROL STRATEGY FOR SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS Timothy Krantz. Transportation Research Center. University of Wisconsin Madison. Award Lecture.. Bradley University. Wendi Wang. DETC2017-68554 ON THE ADRC OF NON-DIFFERENTIALLY FLAT. USA AUTOMATED VEHICLES: CURRENT LANDSCAPE AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS Session Co-Organizer: Eric William Zurita-Bustamante. Italy VEHICLE AUTOMATION – BEYOND THE PR Keynote Presentation. OH. Huifeng Li. DETC2017-68354 University. OH. OH. Carlos Wink. Beihang University. East Liberty. China. DETC2017-67724 FROM UNDERSTANDING NONLINEAR PHENOMENA TO EXPLOITING Víctor Roda-Casanova. Cleveland. Spain Giuseppe Rega. Jason Fetty. CINVESTAV. USA. MI. Irvine. USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 114 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE MESA-22-2: MESA-22 DISTURBANCE THE CHALLENGES OF AN EFFECTIVE BASE MAP FOR AUTONOMOUS REJECTION CONTROL (DRC) II VEHICLES Keynote Presentation. Mandli Communications. Brentwood. David Talbot. Cinvestav.. Robert BALLROOM LEVEL. Pune. USA GEAR TOOTH BENDING FATIGUE LIFE PREDICTION USING Li Sun. Ran Zhang. Detroit. Natick. BENDING FATIGUE. Cleveland. Peoria. N/A. India. Columbus. VA. ROOM 16 2:00PM–3:40PM LOWER-ORDER ACTIVE DISTURBANCE REJECTION CONTROL AND Session Organizer: Mohsen Kolivand. INTEGRATED COMPUTATIONAL MATERIAL ENGINEERING Tsinghua University. UNDERACTUATED. Maharashtra. Southeast University. Fort Technical Paper Publication. Sanjeev Kulkarni. IL. Mexico City. WI. The Ohio State University. TN. USA A LOAD DISTRIBUTION MODEL FOR PLANETARY GEAR SETS USA. Mexico. Tsinghua University. Nikhil Deo. USA. Fitchburg. OH. Tennessee Technological Ruiqing Zhang.. Yu Hu. DETC2017-67911 AUTONOMOUS AND CONNECTED VEHICLES Michael Oja. DETC2017-68553 Joshua Every. CINVESTAV. Mexico City. Madison. ROOM 19 2:00PM–3:40PM Eric Nutt. CA. USA. OH. MA. DETC2017-68551 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Beijing. China. American Axle and Manufacturing FREQUENCY ANALYSIS OF HIGH ORDER SYSTEM Inc. EXTENDED STATE OBSERVER BASED ASCENT TRAJECTORY Ohio State University | OSU. USA Session Organizer: Huiyu Jin. DETC2017-67122 Eustis. Lei Pan. Zhenlong Wu. Ahmet Kahraman. Fort Worth. Brentwood. Technical Paper Publication. TN. Beijing. OH. TX. Cleveland State University. China Yong Hu. WI. Cinvestav. DETC2017-67126 FATIGUE (2) Hebertt Sira-Ramirez. Beijing. Mexico. Exponent. Baoding. Yali Xue. USA TESTING AEROSPACE GEARS FOR PITTING. Inc.S. TN. Iqbal Shareef. NASA Glenn Research Center MS 23-3. Ohio TRACKING METHOD State University. Shubo Zhang. WI.. Portage. Efrain Hernandez- Flores. Carmine Senatore. BASED ON ACTIVE DISTURBANCE REJECTION CONTROL: USA. Castellón. Xiamen University/UC Irvine. Beijing. U. Nanjing. OH. Mexico. Rome. USA Technical Paper Publication. University of Wisconsin. Universitat Jaume I. Bo Liu. China Technical Presentation. Eaton Corp. DETC2017-68550 Castellón de la Plana. China. Mexico. Aviation. GLOBAL DYNAMICS FOR ENGINEERING SAFETY Francisco Sanchez-Marin. Eaton. USA Session Organizer: Dan Negrut. Hebei Agricultural Technical Paper Publication. Mexico EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Animesh Dey. USA. China. Cleveland. Spain. USA Technical Paper Publication. VEXTEC. MI. Chinese Academy of Sciences. MATERIALS. Beijing. Eric William Zurita- Bustamante.

Daniel Bachrathy. USA MODAL PROPERTIES OF CYCLICALLY SYMMETRIC SYSTEMS WITH THREE-DIMENSIONAL VIBRATING CENTRAL COMPONENTS Technical Presentation. Adam K. Hungary. DETC2017-67827 Session Co-Organizer: Aiqiang Zhang. DETC2017-67566 Session Organizer: Christopher G. Kiss. Duisburg. IL. OH. Southern Illinois University Carbondale. University of Massachusetts Lowell. Muscat. Christopher G. Hiroshima University. Kiyotaka Duisburg. USA Carbondale. Melbourne. USA. Italy. USA DRILL STRING FATIGUE FAILURE Technical Paper Publication. Nejra Beganovic. USA Technical Paper Publication. Duisburg. Chongqing University. VA. Hungary Technical Paper Publication. Germany. University of Maryland. Florida Institute of Technology. USA. ROOM 25A 2:00PM–3:40PM Technical Paper Publication. VA. Cooley. Southern Illinois University. Budapest. DETC2017-68245 Qaboos University. Yimesker Yihun. Steven AmirHossein MajidiRad. MD. DETC2017-68188 GEAR WHINE ANALYSIS OF AN INTEGRATED-SPRING SPLIT GEAR SYSTEM Jamil Abdo. USA Parker. Cunha. Abdullah Al-Shabibi. DETC2017-68323 Wei Chen. Blacksburg. IL. Baltimore. Belgium STUDY THE EFFECTS FROM GEAR RIM THICKNESS ON THE GEAR BALLROOM LEVEL. DETC2017-67256 Adauto P. University of Duisburg-Essen. FL. Siemens Industry Software. DAMAGE Flock. Soichi Ibaraki. Hiroshima University. Hiroshima Institute of Technology. SIMULATION OF PLANETARY GEAR PITTING UNDER DYNAMIC Budapest University of Tech & Econ. DETC2017-67074 Technical Paper Publication. Leuven. Robert G. Berkeley. IMPLEMENTATION OF FREQUENCY-BASED CLASSIFICATION OF Chongqing. Shanghai. ROOM 15 2:00PM–3:40PM TRANSFORMATION Session Organizer: Robert Parker. USA Zi Wang. Belgium. Kazuteru Nagamura. CONDITIONS Budapest University of Tech and Eco. Oman. Sebastian VIB-9-2: SYSTEM IDENTIFICATION. Tongji University. Blacksburg. Budapest. Japan. Carbondale. Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Chongqing. University of California Berkeley. USA. DETC2017-68504 115 Bin Dong. Hanwen Song. Japan. Wichita. Shaw. Sultan Technical Paper Publication. Oman Antonino Sergio Lentini. NRW. North Canton. China DAMAGES IN COMPOSITES USING REAL-TIME FPGA-BASED REDUCTION OF VIBRATION IN SPUR GEARS BY ASYMMETRIC TOOTH HARDWARE FRAMEWORK PROFILE WITH HIGH CONTACT RATIO Technical Paper Publication. USA OPERATIONAL MODAL ANALYSIS OF NON-SELF-ADJOINT DYNAMIC VIBRATION AND STABILITY OF A GYROSCOPIC VIBRATION ENERGY SYSTEM HARVESTING DEVICE Technical Presentation.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 115 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE PTG-3-5: GEAR DYNAMICS AND NOISE (5) EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF DOMINANT MULTIPLIERS IN MILLING PROCESS BY MEANS OF HOMOGENEOUS COORDINATE EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Edris Hassan. IL. China Department of Applied Mechanics. Virginia Tech. Sint-Truiden. Blacksburg. Mescat. DETC2017-67392 Technical Presentation. Dirk Söffker. Al-Khoud. China Haohui Lu. SiemeSiemens Industry Software. USA. Carbondale. DETC2017-68515 FABRICATION OF EXPERIMENTAL SETUP FOR INVESTIGATION OF Murat Inalpolat. W. Germany. Sebastian F. ROOM 25B 2:00PM–3:40PM PAIR TIME-VARYING MESH STIFFNESS AND DYNAMIC BEHAVIORS Technical Paper Publication. KS. Chongqing University. Japan Germany VIB-5-1: VIBRATION AND STABILITY I VIBRATION OF A TAPERED ROLLER BEARING EXCITED BY LOCALIZED DAMAGE ON A ROTATING CONE RACEWAY BALLROOM LEVEL. Carbondale. Wichita State University. DETC2017-67508 Technical Paper Publication. Gabor Stepan. CA. Southern Illinois University Desheng Li. The Timken Compay. Robert Parker. Sultan Qaboos University. Yann DETECTION AND DIAGNOSTICS II Vonderscher. Sultan Qaboos University. Higashi-Hishoshima. Caichao Zhu. Fujikwa Ryo. MA. DETC2017-68421 Session Organizer: Weidong Zhu. Southern Illinois University Carbondale. VA. DETC2017-67993 Chengzhi Shi. Turin. Oman. Duisburg-Essen University. Hungary. A. Carbondale. Liangliang Yu. Chongqing. Higashi-Hiroshima. University of Duisburg-Essen. Virginia Tech. Hiroshima. VCST Industrial Products bvba. IL. Budapest. Tan Chai. Chaosheng Song. Baltimore Ct. Lowell. Wirtz. USA REVIEW OF WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS STIFFENING EFFECT ON THREE-DIMENSIONAL VIBRATION REDUCTION WITH CENTRIFUGAL VIBRATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF STRUCTURES USING DAMAGE PENDULUM VIBRATION ABSORBERS APPROACH AND VIBRATORY STRESS RELIEF IMPLEMENTATION Technical Presentation. Ikejo. USA . Cooley. Virginia Tech.

Yuan Wang. Hamid Lankarani. Department of Electronics Engineering. Xueyan Session Organizer: Massimo Ruzzene. Stevens Institute of Technology. Madison. University of California. Pittsburgh. USA Dubois. Xu. DETC2017-68538 Engineering Center (NSEC). ROOM 25C 2:00PM–3:40PM Alan Mayton. USA MOUNTAINOUS AREAS ACOUSTIC ILLUSION FOR RAPID CHANGE PROFILES WITH Technical Paper Publication. IL. USA. Blacksburg. USA Melih Eriten. University of California Berkeley. Gangfeng Technical Presentation. D. DETC2017-67907 Xihan Gu. Blacksburg. Shabbir Memon. USA. Alexander Vakakis. Virginia Tech. Texas Tech. Virginia Tech. BC. PA. Hoboken. Atlanta. Yunzhu Meng. USA ACCIDENTS ACTIVE ACOUSTIC METAMATERIAL ESPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR Technical Presentation. Virginia Tech. Shapour Azarm. USA. Rutgers University. Fudan University. China. CDC/NIOSH/HELD. Shanghai. Urbana. Session Organizer: Costin Untaroiu. CONCOURSE LEVEL. SURFACE MINES/QUARRIES WITH A VIB-15-2: MECHANICAL AND ACOUSTIC VIEW TOWARD HAUL TRUCK ACTIVITY METAMATERIALS II Technical Presentation. University of Illinois/Urbana. James Yang. Berkeley. KS. Urbana. Wuhan. USA. ISOTROPIC TRANSFORMATION ACOUSTICS. CA. Fudan University. USA. Urbana. Michael Session Co-Organizers: Alan Mayton. Wichita State University. University of California Berkeley. University of California. Pittsburgh. VA. College Park. S. USA Obaidur rahman Mohammed. CA. Piscataway. Canada A DECENTRALIZED APPROACH FOR MULTI-SUBSYSTEM CO-DESIGN OPTIMIZATION USING DIRECT COLLOCATION METHOD Technical Paper Publication. USA. USA. USA. DETC2017-68461 BALLROOM LEVEL. Berkeley. USA Session Co-Organizer: Krishna Vijayaraghavan. Pittsburgh. CDC/NIOSH/Pittsburgh Mining McFarland. China. Renjie Zhou. DETC2017-67784 ECONOMIC DRIVING STRATEGY FOR COMMERCIAL VEHICLES IN Andrew Norris. USA. PMRD/NIOSH/CDC. USA. Berkeley. William Porter. CA. Morgantown. KS. Yuan Wang. Wuhan University of Technology. MD. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. PA. IMPACTOR SUBSYSTEM Shanghai. NJ. USA Session Co-Organizer: Chengzhi Shi. USA EXAMINATION OF VIBRATION EXPOSURES FOR HAUL TRUCK OPERATORS EMPLOYED AT U. HUMAN FINITE ELEMENT MODELS FOR SIMULATING PEDESTRIAN Berkeley. VA. IL. CA. College Park. USA. Chenyu Wang.S. DETC2017-67906 Tianchen Liu.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 116 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE DIRECT DETECTION OF NONLINEAR MODAL INTERACTIONS FOR AVT-4-1: ADVANCES IN GROUND VEHICLE MODEL UPDATING USING MEASURED TIME SERIES SAFETY AND ERGONOMICS Technical Presentation. CDC/NIOSH/Pittsburgh Mining Research Division. Yahui Wu. DETC2017-67151 Tan. CA. Research Division. USA. Lawrence Bergman. Zilin Lu. IL. China. IL. College Park. PA. Surrey. Urbana. USA University of Illinois. ROOM 24 4:00PM–5:40PM Keegan Moore. Wichita State University. Urbana. NSF Nano-scale Science and Technical Presentation. University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. USA Technical Presentation. Wichita. DETC2017-68468 MICRO-SIZE ROBOT Costin Untaroiu. NJ. DAC-2-1: ACTIVE SYSTEM DESIGN NSF Nano-scale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC). Lei Zuo. PHONONIC Wichita. Simon Fraser University. University of Illinois. Jialiang Liu. Nikhil Chopra. USA Session Organizer: James Allison. Marc State University. Shanghai. Yun Chen. Yuxin Pang. USA 116 . Berkeley. Xiang Zhang. University of Wisconsin. DETC2017-68378 RESONANCE BASED METASURFACE Xianyao Ping. Blacksburg. ROOM 7 4:00PM–5:40PM Berkeley. WI. Berkeley. KINEMATIC COLLISION RESPONSES OF DIFFERENT LEGFORM Xiaofeng Wu. VA. CA. University of California. DETC2017-68590 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA GA. MD. Georgia Institute of Tech. IL. Wuhan University of Technology & Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Chengzhi Shi. University of Maryland at College Park. WV. Lubbock. USA. TX. STRUCTURES AND APPLICATIONS USA Technical Presentation. University of Maryland. Wansoo Pak. Shanghai. Mehmet Kurt. University of California.

VA. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. USA. Kate S. Baltimore. USA DESIGN FOR MARKETING MIX: THE PAST. Urbana. Zhenghui COST MINIMIZATION IN METAL ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING USING Sha. CONSUMER BEHAVIOR TO SUPPORT DESIGN FOR MARKET SYSTEMS Whitefoot. Yun Huang. DETC2017-67582 Amineh Zadbood. Urbana. CONCURRENT STRUCTURE AND PROCESS OPTIMIZATION Northwestern University. Session Organizer: Scott Ferguson. DETC2017-67676 Shantanab Dinda. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. DETC2017-67602 Anand Deshmukh. USA EXPEDITING BUILD TIME. DETC2017-68383 Technical Paper Publication. Timothy W. USA. Lutherville Timonium. Clemson. USA. PA. Carnegie Mellon University. Clemson University. Wei Chen. North Carolina State University. Urbana. IL. Evanston. MI. Christopher Williams. USA OPTIMIZATION OF LATTICE INFILL DISTRIBUTION IN ADDITIVE ANALYSIS MANUFACTURING Technical Paper Publication. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. PA. Virginia Tech. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. MI. Paul Egan. ENGINEERING DESIGN USING BIPARTITE NETWORK ANALYSIS University Park. James Allison. James Allison. PA. Champaign. Stevens Institute of Technology. IL. University Park. USA Urbana-Champaign. Pamela Tannous. Northwestern University. USA Diaz. NC. Danny Lohan. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH Zurich. Evanston. MATERIAL. USA. USA. Francesco Campagna. MI. Urbana. The Pennsylvania State University. MD. Mingxian Wang. IA. USA Urbana. IL. USA. USA. James Allison. Iowa State University. USA NESTED AND SIMULTANEOUS SOLUTION STRATEGIES FOR GENERAL CONSIDERING LAYER-BASED MINIMUM FEATURE SIZES COMBINED PLANT AND CONTROLLER DESIGN PROBLEMS Technical Paper Publication. USA. Scott Ferguson. DETC2017-68275 CONCOURSE LEVEL. Hills. MATERIAL EXTRUSION PROCESSES TO ENABLE MOBILE IL. USA OPTIMAL SENSOR PLACEMENT METHODS FOR ACTIVE POWER ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS DAC-7-1: DESIGN FOR MARKET SYSTEMS CONCOURSE LEVEL. IL. USA. USA. MD. USA. DETC2017-67836 Company. Carnegie Mellon University. DETC2017-67668 Mikhail Osanov. USA. Michigan State University. USA 117 . Bloomfield Runze Huang. Guest. Waco. NC. Italy. SC. Champaign. USA. Pittsburgh. Steven Hoffenson. PA. IL. James Allison.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 117 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DESIGN OF A RECONFIGURABLE DYNAMIC TESTBED FOR DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF 3D PRINTED TISSUE SCAFFOLDS CO-DESIGN METHOD VALIDATION INFORMED BY MECHANICS AND FLUIDS SIMULATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Pittsburgh. Technical Paper Publication. Penn State University. Fayetteville. Pittsburgh. IL. University of Arkansas. Carnegie Mellon University. Yan Fu. Urbana. USA. DETC2017-67319 Technical Paper Publication. University of Illinois at Urbana- Session Co-Organizer: Kenneth Mark Bryden. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Northwestern University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Georges Fadel. USA. DETC2017-68099 USA Jiawei Sophia Fu. Kristina Shea. Devansh Modi. USA. Zurich. Saish Tedia. Champaign. TX. Dearborn. USA. Stephen J Ferguson. USA TWO-STAGE MODELING OF CUSTOMER CHOICE PREFERENCES IN Session Organizer: Timothy Simpson. Ford Motor Technical Paper Publication. North Carolina. East Lansing. IL. IL. USA UNIFIED SCALING OF DYNAMIC OPTIMIZATION DESIGN APPLICATIONS FORMULATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Daniel Herber. Alleyne. USA Blacksburg. AR. DETC2017-68253 Satya R T Peddada. AND COST ESTIMATION FOR USA. University of Illinois at Urbana. Max Engensperger. ROOM 6 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. State College. Switzerland TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Champaign. DETC2017-68230 Technical Paper Publication. Ford Motor Company. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University of Illinois at Ames. Baylor University. DETC2017-68351 Technical Paper Publication. PRESENT. Politecnico di Torino. USA AGENT BASED MODELING OF AUTOMOBILE PRODUCER AND Levent Kara. PA. Veronica Gonella. AND FUTURE OF DAC-6-2: DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE MARKET-DRIVEN PRODUCT DESIGN MANUFACTURING 2 Technical Paper Publication. IL. Champaign. Urbana. Andrew G. Simpson. James Daniel Herber. IL. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. North Carolina State University. North Carolina. Pennsylvania State University. NJ. IL. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. IL. Urbana. Torino. IL. Evanston. ROOM 8 4:00PM–5:40PM Joseph Donndelinger. Alejandro R. PA. Hoboken. Johns Hopkins University. Erva Ulu. Johns Hopkins University.

Daejeon. DTM-11-2: DESIGN OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS II Philadelphia. ACT. Yan Yan. Abhishek Yadav. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-67725 Session Co-Organizer: Deborah Thurston. USA RELIABILITY-BASED DESIGN OPTIMIZATION (RBDO) FOR ELECTRIC Session Co-Organizer: David Myszka. Department of Ashok Das. Archana Chatterjee. USA Robert Mahony. Baltimore. CA. Session Organizer: Qiaode Jeffrey Ge. USA Guanglu Zhang. MD. Australia. CA. Indian Institutes of Technology. India. Robert Stone. AND A NEW POWER OPTIMAL PSUEDOINVERSE FOR REDUNDANT Irem Tumer. Thomas Sugar. University of Pennsylvania. The University of Oklahoma.inc. OR. OK. Venkatesh Shankar. ROOM 11 4:00PM–5:40PM Mostafa Sabbaghi. Germany OK. DETC2017-68045 OPTIMAL PATHS FOR POLYGONAL ROBOTS IN SE(2) Ungki Lee. Sara Behdad. University at Buffalo. University of Dayton. USA. AZ. Norman. Department of Mechanism Theory and Dynamics of Technical Paper Publication. Corvallis. DETC2017-67942 FORMULATION IN AEROSPACE DESIGN Nathan Cahill. Matthew Holgate. Baltimore. RWTH Aachen University. USA ENERGY-EFFICIENT TRAJECTORY PLANNING FOR ROBOT MANIPULATORS IDENTIFYING AND MANAGING DILEMMAS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL INDIA Technical Paper Publication. USA Session Organizer: Robert Stone. Aachen. USA CONCEPTUAL DESIGN METHOD DRIVEN BY PRODUCT GENES Technical Paper Publication. Corvallis. Germany. USA. USA. Dept. USA. DETC2017-67701 State University. SUNY. Ani Hsieh. Ryan Arlitt. CA. A SURVEY: TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING EMERGENT BEHAVIOR IN Sipu Ruan. USA A STUDY ON FINDING FINITE ROOTS FOR KINEMATIC SYNTHESIS PRODUCT PERFORMANCE EVOLUTION PREDICTION BY LOTKA- VOLTERRA EQUATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Oregon State University. Buffalo. Canberra. Lehigh University. Norman. DETC2017-68341 Mark Plecnik.inc. Juan-Pablo Barreto. USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 118 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE DESIGN FOR REPAIR: A GAME BETWEEN MANUFACTURER AND MR-2-1: ROBOTIC SYSTEMS INDEPENDENT REPAIR SERVICE PROVIDER Technical Paper Publication. Australian National University. Department of Mechanism Theory and Dynamics of Machines of Nature. SpringActive. SpringActive. Ikjin Lee. Guoxin Wang. ROOM 20 4:00PM–5:40PM Vijay Kumar. Farrokh Mistree. Johns Hopkins University. Berkeley. USA. Berkeley. Mathias Hüsing. University of California. USA. Jochen Trumpf. Ronald Technical Paper Publication. College Station. Milad Mohammadi Darani. Stony University at Buffalo. United Kingdom Brook. RWTH Aachen University. DETC2017-67453 UNDERSTANDING POWER LOSS DUE TO MECHANICAL ANTAGONISM Nicolas F Soria Zurita. Schroeder. DETC2017-67986 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. OH. ACT. POSE CHANGES FROM A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW USA Technical Paper Publication. Chicago. New York. Arizona State University. Kharagpur. India. Mark Lemke. Aachen. Mechanism Theory and Dynamics of Machines. Karnataka. University of Oklahoma. Berkeley. Kharagpur. NY. DETC2017-67198 Michael Lorenz. DETC2017-67592 Machines. Corvallis. Texas A&M University. USA. University of Oklahoma. Dinesh Thakur. University of Illinois at Urbana. Oregon State University. Subhrajit Bhattacharya. Tempe. of Mechanical Engineering. OR. RWTH Aachen Univers. AZ. DETC2017-67369 Fearing. Philadelphia. USA. AZ. Professor Daniel McAdams. Janet Allen. Tom Mannheim. Chirikjian. Johns Hopkins University. China 118 . USA. TX. of California. PA. Beijing Institute of Technology. NY. DETC2017-67881 Monroe Kennedy III. USA. Gregory S. USA. Korea (Republic) Technical Paper Publication. Kyle A. Arizona Technical Paper Publication. Tempe. AZ. COMPLEX ENGINEERED SYSTEMS Australian National University. Jascha Paris. Bengaluru. USA. Burkhard India. Namwoo Kang. Stony Brook University. Dayton. MD. M. KAIST. OK. USA ACTUATORS ONTOLOGIES TO SUPPORT CUSTOMER REQUIREMENT Technical Paper Publication. Oregon State University. DETC2017-68224 Pan Li. Beijing. RWTH Aachen University. PA. Drexel University. PA. Tempe. Philadelphia. Aachen. PA. Bethlehem. Canberra. International Union for the Conservation of Corves. Ram Babu Roy. Australia Technical Paper Publication. Gilbert. Champaign. University of Pennsylvania. SunMoksha Power Pvt Limited. Germany. Norman. VEHICLE MARKET SYSTEMS USA Technical Paper Publication. Corvallis. Frédéric Schöler. OR. USA OR. New Delhi.

Timothy Simpson. Italy SYSTEM Technical Presentation. University of Maryland. Session Organizer: Yves Klett. Technical Paper Publication. Institute of Aircraft Design Uni Stuttgart. Michigan State University. Osama Shekhah. Saudi Arabia Session Organizer: Carl Nelson. Israel OPTIMIZATION OF ORIGAMI-BASED TUBES FOR LIGHTWEIGHT ON THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND RELATIVE HUMIDITY ON DEPLOYABLE STRUCTURES THE RESPONSE OF A MEMS ARCH RESONATOR Technical Paper Publication. College Park. Omaha. / Air Force Research Laboratory. Guru.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 119 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MR-4-8: ACTUATION & DEPLOYMENT MOTOR SKILL EVALUATION DURING ROBOT-ASSISTED SURGERY EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Air Force Research Laboratory. Philip Buskohl. Howell. James Schmiedeler. USA. Columbus. CENTRIFUGAL FORCE DEPLOYMENT OF AN ORIGAMI FLASHER Omaha. Brigham Young University. Toledo. NY. Buffalo. Pennsylvania State University. University Park. DETC2017-67607 Somayeh B. DETC2017-67616 A FRAMEWORK FOR THE DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF SELF- FOLDING STRUCTURES Somayeh B. DETC2017-67121 Mohammad Aamir Khan. USA Christopher Maurice. Dayton. USA. Junghoon Yeom. IL. OH. OH. Brigham Young University. DETC2017-68027 SURGERY Oliver Barham. Kazuko Fuchi. The Pennsylvania State University. University of Genova. Provo. MD. The University of Toledo. Thuwal. King Abdullah University of Science & MR-7-3: SURGICAL APPLICATIONS Technology. NY. Penn State University. OH. Jaber. Lincoln. Roswell Park Cancer Institute. USA. University Park. DETC2017-67274 Technical Paper Publication. PA. USA. Snehan Peshin. Brian Trease. USA Hassen Ouakad. Fadi Alsaleem. USA . UT. Buffalo. Rebecca Strzelec. Tel Aviv University. / Air Force Research Laboratory. Khurshid A. Pakistan. Urbana. MI. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Bill Goodwine. USA. OH. Larry L. National Taiwan University of MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF MICROFABRICATED BULK Science and Technology. Lora Cavuoto. University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Notre Dame. Mary Frecker. Buffalo. ROOM 10 4:00PM–5:40PM Arabia. OH. USA Session Co-Organizer: Chin-Hsing Kuo. University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Germany USE OF NUMERICAL-CLUSTERING FRAMEWORK FOR END- EFFECTOR TRACKING DURING ROBOT-ASSISTED SURGERY Session Co-Organizer: Sameh Tawfick. University of Nebraska. DETC2017-68203 POSTURAL BALANCE OF AN UNDERACTUATED BIPED ROBOT WITH A REACTION WHEEL Landen Bowen. Rezia Molfino. Buffalo. DETC2017-67823 Nizar R. Washington. Session Organizer: Fadi Alsaleem. USA THROUGH NONLINEAR MECHANICS ANALYSIS Technical Paper Publication. University at Buffalo. OH. USA Technical Paper Publication. NY. Mohammad Younis. PA. University at Buffalo. USA. SUNY. Don DeVoe. USA. Tel Aviv. Saad Ilyas. Air Force Research Laboratory. OH. East Lansing. [ Cross-listed with VIB-12 ] EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Kyler Tolman. ROOM 9 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Paper Publication. DYNAMIC MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF STRAIN ENERGY AND Dhahran. USA. Saudi Arabia. Dayton. OH. University Park. Mohammad Hasan. University of Dayton. Patterson AFB. Altoona. University of Toledo. Guru. NE. Khurshid A. USA Technical Paper Publication. NY. University of Maryland. Roswell Park Cancer Institute. USA. DC. Provo. DETC2017-68419 SMART RESONANT GAS SENSOR AND SWITCH OPERATING IN AIR Md Emran Hossain Bhuiyan. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. DETC2017-68529 Keivan Asadi. USA Wright Patterson AFB. DETC2017-67927 MNS-2-2: NONLINEAR RESONATORS Andrew Gillman. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA. Thuwal. Italy. PA. Giorgio Bazzan. University of DISCOVERING ORIGAMI FOLD PATTERNS WITH OPTIMAL ACTUATION Notre Dame. UES. Omaha. UES. Punjab. Taiwan PIEZOELECTRIC DISC TRANSFORMERS DESIGN OF A MANIPULATION MODULE FOR NEEDLESCOPIC Technical Paper Publication. Wright. USA. University of GEOMETRICALLY NONLINEAR MICROCANTILEVER-POLYMER Genova. The Ohio State University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Slava Krylov. Toledo. SUNY. Taipei. Inc. NE. The Ohio State University. Saudi EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67351 USA. King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals. Columbus. Pennsylvania State University. Shafiei. USA. Saudi Arabia. NE. Wright-Patterson AFB. University of Nebraska–Lincoln. USA Stuttgart. USA. OH. The University of Lahore. PA. University of Illinois. Inc. Mohamed Eddaoudi. Shafiei. DETC2017-68241 Alden Yellowhorse. WITH METAL ORGANIC FRAMEWORKS COATING OH. Edward J. Thuwal. Alyanak. ROOM 13 4:00PM–5:40PM USA. 119 Hanna Cho. UT. SUBHARMONIC AND COMBINATION RESONANCES OF A Matteo Zoppi. USA Technical Paper Publication. Daniel Semer. NE. IN.

Chongqing University. Chongqing. DETC2017-67900 Satyam Shivam Gautam. MD. China. Aiqiang Zhang. China. Baltimore Ct. China Weidong Zhu. DETC2017-67191 CHARACTERISTICS OF GEAR TRANSMISSION IN A LOCOMOTIVE Mohsen Kolivand. CONDITION Chengdu. Budapest. Jie Zhang. Wright State University. USA CONICAL MULTIRECESS HYDROSTATIC / HYBRID JOURNAL BEARING A THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF THE UNDER MICROPOLAR LUBRICATION FOR DIFFERENT LOAD STOCHASTICITY IN THE MATERIAL PROPERTIES ON THE CHATTER ARRANGEMENTS DETECTION DURING TURNING Technical Presentation. Budapest University of Tech and India Eco. Institute of Science and Technology. China. Eiichi AN ORDER ANALYSIS BASED SECOND-ORDER CYCLIC FUNCTION Aoyama. Baltimore. Kyotanabe. GA. DETC2017-68493 Technical Paper Publication. China CALCULATION ON GEAR PAIRS CONTACT STRESS IN LOADED CONDITION BY THEORETICAL ANALYSIS AND NUMERICAL VIB-5-2: VIBRATION AND STABILITY II SIMULATION BALLROOM LEVEL. Cleveland State University. Sonepat. Dayton. North Eastern Regional Henrik T. Cleveland. Zhenghong Shi. Electronic Science and Technology of China. Chongqing. USA MISALIGNMENTS AND RUNOUT EFFECT OF TRACK GEOMETRIC IRREGULARITY ON DYNAMIC Technical Paper Publication. Qin. Sichuan. American Tao Zhang. DETC2017-67040 Technical Paper Publication. Budapest. USA. Carbondale. American Axle and Manufacturing Inc. OH. OH. Cooley. Fort Worth. OH. Budapest University of Tech & Deenbandhu Chhotu Ram University of Science and Technology. Chongqing University. DETC2017-67190 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Zaigang Chen. Daniel Bachrathy. USA. Chongqing. Doshisha University. MI.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 120 Technical Program Tuesday IDETC/CIE APPLICATION OF NONLINEAR ACTIVE DISTURBANCE REJECTION PTG-3-6: GEAR DYNAMICS AND NOISE (6) CONTROL TO ONE DOF ELECTROSTATIC ACTUATORS Technical Paper Publication. Hungary. University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. Narendra Kumar Rana. Datong Session Co-Organizer: Philipp Roth. Shunqi Sui. Chengdu. Budapest University of Technology and Economics. Robert Parker. Suresh Verma. Japan TECHNIQUE FOR PLANETARY GEAR FAULT DETECTION UNDER THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL HARMONIC BALANCE METHOD FOR NON-STATIONARY OPERATING CONDITIONS OBTAINING PERIODIC RESPONSES OF A NONLINEAR PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION WITH A LINEAR COMPLEX BOUNDARY Technical Presentation. USA PTG-2-3: GEAR ANALYSIS. Teik Lim.. Germany Chongqing University. Douglas Chemelli. Cheng Pan. China. Econ. Sykora. ROOM 15 4:00PM–5:40PM Prasanth Kandula. USA ANALYSIS OF COMPLIANT GEAR PAIRS WITH PROFILE INVESTIGATION OF NOISE FEATURES OF PLANETARY GEAR TRAINS MODIFICATIONS BASED ON HUMAN AURAL CHARACTERISTIC Technical Presentation. University of Electronic Science and Technical Paper Publication. Panwu Yang. Southwest Axle & Manufacturing Inc. DETC2017-68543 Mian Zhang. DETC2017-67034 Victor Sun. University of Maryland. Detroit. Atlanta. USA Jing Wei. The University of Texas DIFFERENTIAL GEAR BENDING STRESSES IN PRESENCE OF at Arlington. DETC2017-68525 Session Organizer: Christopher G. Chengdu. China Carbondale. USA Masao Nakagawa. MATERIALS. IL. ROOM 25A 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Presentation. A STUDY ON EFFECT OF FLEXIBLE PIN ON LOAD SHARING FATIGUE (3) CHARACTERISTICS OF HERRINGBONE STAR GEAR TRANSMISSION SYSTEM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. India. DETC2017-67626 Xiaoqi Li. Luoyang. Technical Paper Publication. The Ohio State University. Southern Illinois University Kai Xu. MI. Virginia Tech. Technical University of Munich. Hungary 120 . Chongqing University. Peixin Bai. China.. Joe Balenda. DETC2017-68548 Session Organizer: Sheng Li. TX. Columbus. ROOM 16 4:00PM–5:40PM Technical Presentation. Henan University of Science and Technology. China USA Session Co-Organizer: Brian Anichowski. Toshiki Hirogaki. Kesheng Wang. DETC2017-67792 Technology of China. Cheng Du.. USA Jiaotong University. Session Organizer: Yimin Shao. Jr. Chongqing. Dai Nishida. Hungary. Lili Dong. Budapest. Georgia Institute of Technology. VA. Gabor Stepan. Detroit. Itanagar. Dongdong Wei. Blacksburg. Deepak Sah. University of Xuefeng Wang.

Technical Presentation. HARNESSES. DETC2017-68516 DECISION TO TRADEOFF VISUALIZATION Poster Presentation. Georgia Institute of Technology. Georgia Institute of Technology. Massimo Ruzzene. University of Illinois at Chicago TITLE NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME EFFECT OF HUMAN HIP AND ANKLE SENSORY-MOTOR TIME DELAYS Poster Presentation. USA. Poster Presentation. METAMATERIALS USING CRITICAL POINT CONSTRAINTS Nafiseh Masoudi. GA. Ryan L Harne. USA TUNABLE SHOCK MITIGATION IN LIGHTWEIGHT MECHANICAL Poster Presentation. of Materials Science and Engr. DETC2017-67611 Hemanth Manjunatha. By Alice Stevens. Atlanta. Keith Runge. Delft University of Technology Poster Presentation. GA. The Ohio State University. Clemson University 121 . USA. ROOM 25C 4:00PM–5:40PM Jida Huang. USA. Tucson. University at Buffalo OPTIMAL ROUTES FOR CABLES. USA Poster Presentation. Columbus.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 121 Tuesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE VIB-15-3: MECHANICAL AND ACOUSTIC TOWARDS A REUSE-CENTRIC COMPUTATIONAL PARADIGM FOR METAMATERIALS III MASS CUSTOMIZATION IN ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Poster Presentation. AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS Dept. USA Mine Kaya. DETC2017-68478 A SEMANTIC TEXT ANALYTICS TECHNIQUE FOR CAPABILITY-BASED CLASSIFICATION OF MANUFACTURING SUPPLIERS Yiwei Xia. Atlanta. USA Session Co-Organizer: Ryan L. Harne. Nathan Knerr. University of Illinois at Chicago. Atlanta. AND HOSES IN Pierre Deymier. Clemson University Session Organizer: Yayue Pan. USA ENABLING THE SYNTHESIS. Texas A&M University BANDGAP ESTIMATION IN LOCALLY RESONANT MECHANICAL AND ELECTROMECHANICAL METASTRUCTURES CITYPLOT-VR: IMPLEMENTING VIRTUAL REALITY FOR DESIGN Technical Presentation. GA. Sansriti Saxena. Massimo Ruzzene. GA. University of California Berkeley. University of Arizona. Georgia Institute of Technology. Chicago. Cornell University TITLE NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESS TIME Alper Erturk. USA TOPOLOGICAL ACOUSTICS Poster Presentation. Joshua Sutherland. Sean Fry. ON BALANCE STABILITY Florian Van Den Corput. Clemson University Technical Presentation. Erik Chumacero-Polanco. Atlanta. The Ohio State University. GA. Christopher Sugino. OH. PERIODIC STRUCTURES WITH NONLINEAR RESONATORS: Shreyas Patil. USA Ramin Sabbagh. AZ. University of Massachusetts Amherst BROADBAND ATTENUATION AND CHAOS Technical Presentation. University of Tokyo Poster Presentation. Poster Presentation. DETC2017-68481 INFORMATION MODELING FRAMEWORK FOR CAD AND ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING PROCESS RELATIONSHIPS Shichao Cui. Texas State University CIE-26-1: GRADUATE STUDENT POSTER COLLABORATIVE ROBOT EXPLORATION AND DECISION MAKING SESSION USING NURBS BASED SURROGATE MODELS BALLROOM LEVEL. ASSESSMENT AND SELECTION OF NEW DESIGNS BY THE COMPOSITION FROM A LIBRARY OF MODELS CORRELATION BETWEEN MICRO-SCALE PARTICLE DISTRIBUTION IN 3D PRINTING AND MACROSCOPIC COMPOSITE PERFORMANCE Poster Presentation. IL. BALLROOM LEVEL. Georgia Institute of Tech. University at Buffalo Session Organizer: Chengzhi Shi. Atlanta. Alper Erturk. Georgia Institute of Tech. OH. SURROGATE BASED OPTIMIZATION OF NANOPARTICLE-EMBEDDED THIN FILM ORGANIC SOLAR CELLS Berkeley. Texas Tech University DESIGN TOWARDS ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING CHARACTERIZATION WITH 6-DOF TEST FRAME Poster Presentation.. Columbus. BALLROOM FOYER 4:00PM–6:00PM Poster Presentation. Erina Baynojir. CA. USA. Tucson. AZ.

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USA Yaqi Zhang. U. CO. Madison. ADVANCED GEOMETRY OPTIMIZATION Herman Van der Auweraer. ROOM 24 8:00AM–9:40AM LINEAR TIME THERMAL SIMULATION OF FDM PROCESS Session Organizer: Joel Anstrom. Germany. Leuven. USA CLOSED-LOOP DESIGN FOR HYBRID POWERTRAINS A COLLABORATIVE DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR ADDITIVE Technical Paper Publication. Madhu Raghavan. PA. WI. Gaithersburg. Shengnan USA. Andrew J. KU Leuven. USA . USA. Naval Research Laboratory. USCGA. Alkan Donmez. Leuven. US Naval Research Laboratory. Germany Technical Paper Publication. Ford Motor Company. Mangalore. USA STATE MODEL TOWARDS COMPUTATIONAL SYNTHESIS OF MICROSTRUCTURAL Technical Paper Publication. Karnataka. Truong Sinh Nguyen. CONCOURSE LEVEL. Wakefield. University of Duisburg-Essen. State College. Corvallis. DETC2017-67019 CIE-12-1: SEIKM GENERAL Nitin Srinath. India. Belgium Technical Presentation. Michael Barclift. USA THE POWER OF FUNCTIONAL GENERATIVE DESIGN THROUGH Sweden. Saline. NIST. Frustum. Yao Fu. Washington. Mark Jennings. DETC2017-67568 CRYSTALLINE MORPHOLOGIES FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Ahmed M. USA State University. Persimmon Technologies University of Wisconsin. Gothenburg. General Motors R&D. Naval Research Laboratory. Vadim Shapiro. USA EXTENDING THE CAPABILITIES OF ELECTRIFIED PROPULSION MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Technical Paper Publication. Liangyao Yu. MD. NIST. University Park. Leuven. DETC2017-67273 William Bailey. DC. US Naval Research Laboratory. EQUIPPED WITH A TWO-SPEED UNINTERRUPTED MECHANICAL Athanasios Iliopoulos. Beijing. Simpson. Sharnappa Joladarashi. SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION FOR AVT-5-1: ADVANCES IN VEHICLE ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING IV ELECTRIFICATION AND POWERTRAIN CONCOURSE LEVEL. AUGUST 9. USA. Duisburg-Essen University. Timothy W. OH. DETC2017-68201 Washington. ROOM 4 8:00AM–9:40AM DESIGN Session Organizer: Yan Lu. Penn State University. Oregon State University. TRANSMISSION USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 123 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE WEDNESDAY. DETC2017-68149 COOPERATIVE BRAKE CONTROL STRATEGY FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE John Michopoulos. Belgium. Ali. Leuven. Ford Motor Company. CT. Washington. WI. MI. Glenwood Springs. USA DEVELOPMENT AND PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF A CAD- Corporation. USA. MI. OR. Bangalore. John Steuben. USA. University of Cincinnati. USA A FRAMEWORK FOR AUTOMATED MODEL INTERFACE COORDINATION USING SYSML Technical Paper Publication. 2017 CIE-6-4: AMS/SEIKM/CAPPD: DESIGN. CO. Paul Witherell. DETC2017-68330 Technical Paper Publication. MD. DETC2017-68457 Nikolce Murgovski. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA. New London. PA. DETC2017-68143 REALTIME POWER MANAGEMENT OF A MULTI-SOURCE HEV USING ADAPTIVE DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING AND PROBABILISTIC DRIVE Jesse Coors-Blankenship. Siemens Industry Software NV. MI. Belgium. ROOM 5 8:00AM–9:40AM Karnataka. DETC2017-68293 PA. Session Co-Organizers: Martin Hosek. WA. Jeong-Hoon Song. Beijing. 123 USA. India USA Session Co-Organizer: Christopher Hoyle. USA.S. Pontiac. China USA SMART MULTI-MODE TRANSMISSION FOR AUTOMOBILES Technical Paper Publication. Mike Nicolai. West Bloomfield. University of Wisconsin. Madison. Technical Paper Publication. Penn State University. Tsinghua. Wim Desmet. Fang. Prasad Atluri. APPLICATIONS Dirk Söffker. Belgium. University Park. University of Washington. Ashwin Kumar GV. CO. Tsinghua University. MI. China. Yuzhuo Tai. General Motors R&D INTEGRATED COST ESTIMATOR TO SUPPORT DESIGN FOR ADDITIVE Center. Birnbaum. Technical Paper Publication. Technical Paper Publication. Duisburg. Institute of Technology Karnataka. University of Colorado at Boulder. General Motors R&D Center. Yan Lu. Boulder. Penn V. Gaithersburg. Poyu Tsou. National Session Organizer: Ashis Banerjee. Boulder. Dearborn. USA. West Bloomfield. Duisburg. USA. Seattle. Madhu Raghavan. Jian Song. DC. Chalmers University of Technology. Judy Che. National Institute of Technology Karnataka. DC. DETC2017-67404 MANUFACTURING Johan Vanhuyse. Cincinnati. Siemens Industry Software NV. Siemens Industry Software NV. MA. MI. DETC2017-68234 Andrew Armstrong.

Yokohama. The University of Elector-Communications. John Horst. Tampere University of Tech. Delft University of Technology. University at Buffalo–SUNY. Oregon State University. University at Buffalo-SUNY. Alice Agogino. ARL/Penn State. NY. Session Organizer: Kemper Lewis. Mike Yukish. Simon Miller. Zuid Holland. Washington. University Park. ARL/Penn State. CA. DETC2017-68352 Shaw Feng. Simpson. USA. PSU/ARL. Japan Session Co-Organizer: Jesse Austin-Breneman. NIST. UC Berkeley. Kemper Lewis. Netherlands. NY. S. The Catholic Chengwei Zhang. USA. Gary Stump. University of California. Netherlands. PA. College. Japan. Belgium. Gaithersburg. USA. USA CIE-14-1: DESIGN INFOMATICS TWO APPLICATIONS OF DESIGN AS A SEQUENTIAL DECISION PROCESS CONCOURSE LEVEL. NIST. Delft. Thomas Hedberg.. Holland USA. University Technology. USA. USA Park. DETC2017-67493 Technical Paper Publication. USA. China. Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Tampere. Finland. Japan. State College. D. Youngwook Paul University of America. Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Pajunen. Ann Arbor. Universiteit Antwerpen. USA ORDER BEYOND CHAOS: INTRODUCING THE NOTION OF EMPLOYING MULTIDIMENSIONAL DATA VISUALIZATION TOOLS TO GENERATION TO CHARACTERIZE THE CONTINUOUSLY EVOLVING ASSESS THE IMPACT OF CONSTRAINT UNCERTAINTIES ON COMPLEX IMPLEMENTATIONS OF CYBER-PHYSICAL SYSTEMS DESIGN PROBLEMS Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68013 Technical Paper Publication. Antwerpen. MD. USA. NY. Hiroshi Masuda. Michael Yukish. Chiradeep Sen. Gaithersburg. Eric Coatanea. Buffalo. Brussel. PA. Cardiff. USA The University of Electro-Communications. University OR. Army. FL. PA. CA. Julia Kramer. PA. USA 124 . MI. University of Michigan. DETC2017-67983 Len Feremans. Delft. Finland PATTERN MINING FOR LEARNING TYPICAL TURBINE RESPONSE FL. Universiteit Antwerpen. Tokyo. Christopher Netherlands Farrell. DETC2017-68180 Rahul Renu. Berkeley. USA. Applied Research Laboratory/Penn State University. DETC2017-67082 Technical Paper Publication. Kazuki Ikeda. Finland. Antwerpen. USA. USA. University at Buffalo. United Kingdom Simon Miller. NIST. Berkeley. Francis Marion University. Ilari Laine. USA. DETC2017-68105 Fukano Kenta. Yongzhe Li. Applied Research Laboratory/Penn State University. State College. DETC2017-67930 Asko Ellman. Belgium. Antwerpen. Florence. NY. Bielecki. Amherst. MD. USA BINARY IMAGE RECOGNITION UTILIZING COMPUTER GENERATED DURING DYNAMIC WIND TURBINE EVENTS TEMPLATES Technical Paper Publication. Buffalo. Jan Helsen. DC. Buffalo. Buffalo. Prakhar Jaiswal. Ataru Kobayashi. Brussel. DETC2017-67910 Technical Paper Publication. Florida Institute of Technology. PA. USA Gaithersburg. Zuid Holland. Sami Phyo Htet Hein. Berkeley. Tampere University of Technology. Penn State University. of California. State College. Thomas Kramer. Tampere. Cardiff University. C. SC. ROOM 6 8:00AM–9:40AM Technical Paper Publication. Beshoy Morkos. University at Buffalo. IHI Corporation. PA. USA Aziz Naim. Kwon. Christof Devriendt. HVR APC. USA A RULE-BASED DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR AUTHORING MODELING THE DYNAMICS OF INNOVATION IN ENGINEERED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONS SYSTEMS Technical Paper Publication. Buffalo. Japan. Lynn Hanson. USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 124 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE UTILIZING NODE INTERFERENCE METHOD AND COMPLEX NETWORK ENGINEERING DESIGN ANALYSIS TOOL FOR EARLY DESIGN PHASE CENTRALITY METRICS TO EXPLORE REQUIREMENT CHANGE WITH LOW-FIDELITY MODELS: A CASE OF HYDRAULIC CRANE PROPAGATION Technical Paper Publication. University at Buffalo – SUNY. Melbourne. U. Oregon. USA Antwerpen. Beijing. Allison Bernard Feeney. MD. NY. DC. Tampere. USA. Tsinghua University. MD. Boris Cule. CA. Berkeley. USA. Brussel. Gaithersburg. Zoltan Rusak. USA. Bart Goethals. Florida. National Institute of Standards and Euiyoung Kim. Washington. x. Belgium. Dustin D. DAC-4-1: DECISION MAKING IN SCALE STRAGE TANKS ENGINEERING DESIGN CONCOURSE LEVEL. IHI Corporation. Timothy W. Chofu. NY. ROOM 3 8:00AM–9:40AM Technical Paper Publication. Delft. DETC2017-68150 Session Organizer: Ying Liu. DETC2017-67902 Imre Horvath. TU Delft. Yokohama. State Session Co-Organizer: Bryony DuPont. DEVELOPING AN ACTIVITY MODEL FOR SELECTING DIMENSIONAL- Belgium METROLOGY SYSTEMS IN INSPECTION PLANNING DEEP LEARNING FOR DESIGN IN CONCEPT CLUSTERING Technical Paper Publication. Florida Institute of Technology. Berkeley. USA POINT-BASED SHAPE MONITORING OF PLATE BENDING FOR LARGE. Ann Arbor. DETC2017-67427 Technical Paper Publication. Tampere University of Technology. Delft University of Technology. Rahul Rai.

IL. Matthew Reed. DETC2017-68348 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Kingston. USA. MI. DETC2017-67221 DESIGN TEAM INTERACTIONS?: AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE Arpan Biswas. Christopher Hoyle. Nashville. Carnegie Mellon University. Oakland University. DETC2017-67922 China José E. Mari L. China CONJUGATION CURVATURE THEORY OF HIGHER PAIRS USA. Ann Arbor. Zissimos Mourelatos. China Friederich Berthelsdorf. DETC2017-67291 Technical Paper Publication. Pittsburgh. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Rochester. Tennessee Technological University. USA Session Co-Organizer: Claudia Eckert. Robert Stone. Kenneth Kotovsky. University of Illinois. DETC2017-67430 Ann Arbor. James Pittsburgh. Zapata-Ramos. DETC2017-68183 ADAPTIVE SURROGATE MODELING FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY Hong-En Chen. PA. USA Allison. PR. Chicago. Ann Arbor. DETC2017-67362 Canada Dorin Drignei. MI. DETC2017-68409 EFFORTS Vijitashwa Pandey. Siyao Luan. Urbana. Jingwen Hu. Oakland University. Ann Arbor. NY. The Pennsylvania State University. MI. Sankaran Mahadevan. TN. Rochester. Kemper AN APPROACH TO FLEXIBLE-ROBUST OPTIMIZATION OF LARGE- Lewis. Oregon State University. Mayaguez. DETC2017-68336 OPTIMIZED TEAM CHARACTERISTICS Mojtaba Arezoomand. USA. Carnegie Mellon University. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Oakland. USA. Mian Li. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Session Co-Organizer: Feng Gao. Cookeville. Milton Keynes. ROOM 11 8:00AM–9:40AM INVOLVING AIRBAGS. USA. Buffalo. DETC2017-68127 Mourelatos. Zissimos Technical Paper Publication. USA. USA. Amherst. DETC2017-67383 Zhen Hu. MI. Cong Chen. NY. University of Michigan. Technical Paper Publication. Pittsburgh. Judson Estes. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF FEEDBACK AND RISK IN ENGINEERING United Kingdom DECISION-MAKING VALIDATING A TOOL FOR PREDICTING PROBLEM-SPECIFIC Technical Paper Publication. USA . ROOM 7 8:00AM–9:40AM THE BIG FIVE TEST Session Organizer: Mian Li. USA. Pittsburgh. USA USA. Technical Paper Publication. Oakland University. DETC2017-67974 Yanjun Zhang. IL. Carla P. USA. USA Christopher McComb. Corvallis. Zhiyuan Yu. Cookeville. Open University. Oregon State University. University at Buffalo – SUNY. TN. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Jesse Austin-Breneman. University of Michigan. Vanderbilt University. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. DETC2017-68285 125 Kwun-Lon Ting. Ann Arbor. University of Michigan. Session Co-Organizer: Zissimos Mourelatos. MI. Puig. Oakland University. RELIABILITY ANALYSIS UNDER TIME-DEPENDENT UNCERTAINTY University Park. Mayagüez. Ervisa Zhamo. Lugo. UNCERTAINTY MODELING USING MIXTURE DISTRIBUTIONS IN OR. USA ENGINEERING SYSTEMS THE DESIGN OF THE CROWD: ORGANIZING MASS COLLABORATION Technical Paper Publication. IL. MI. USA UNDER UNCERTAINTY 3 EXPLORATION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL STUDENT TEAMS PERFORMANCE AND STUDENT TEAM MEMBERS' PERSONALITY VIA CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA. University of Puerto Rico. Urbana. ON. TN. Queens University. SUNY. Deborah Thurston. Session Organizer: Jonathan Cagan. Carnegie Mellon University. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. USA. University of Michigan. ROBUST OPTIMIZATION WITH PARAMETER AND MODEL USA UNCERTAINTIES USING GAUSSIAN PROCESSES WITH LIMITED CREATIVITY OF CONCEPT IDEATION METHODS AS AFFECTED BY SAMPLES TEAM PERSONALITY Technical Paper Publication. PA. University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez. PA. USA RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN TACTICAL VEHICLES: UNCERTAINTY STUDY EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Carnegie Mellon University. University at Buffalo. DAC-19-3: SIMULATION-BASED DESIGN Jonathan Cagan. Mayaguez. PA. OR. PR. Technical Paper Publication. Tennessee Technological University. CA. USA Zachary Ball. USA SCALE SYSTEMS CAN WEARABLE SENSORS BE USED TO CAPTURE ENGINEERING Technical Paper Publication. CA. Rochester. USA Technical Paper Publication. SEATBELTS AND MILITARY GEAR Session Organizer: Leila Notash. Yong Chen. USA Technical Paper Publication. Shanghai. PA. USA MR-2-2: PLANAR AND SPATIAL MECHANISMS Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 20 8:00AM–9:40AM Madhav Arora. Champaign. RELIABILITY OF SOCIOMETRIC BADGES Corvallis. Shanghai. Shanghai. MI. USA. PR.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 125 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE HYBRID PROCEDURE-BASED DESIGN STRATEGIES AUGMENTED DTM-12-1: ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND TEAMS WITH OPTIMIZATION IN DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. Scarlett Miller.

Germany ABLATION ELECTRODE MR-3-1: LIGHTENING PRESENTATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Anton Van Beek. DETC2017-67458 Duanling Li.. Penn State Hershey Medical Center. Case Western Reserve University. Thomas Sugar. Ho Chi Minh. Joep Nijssen. DETC2017-68113 Robert Holgate. IL. Beijing. DETC2017-68142 PARAMETERS Yan Xie. OH. Beijing. TU Delft. UCLA. PA. AZ. CA. Bucknell University. Giuseppe Radaelli. Case Western Reserve University. DETC2017-67357 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. USA. Cambridge. Hershey. Ireland BIOMECHANICAL DESIGN OF A NOVEL SIX DOF COMPLIANT OPTIMIZATION FOR LARGE AND LINEAR TUNABLE STIFFNESS PROSTHETIC ANKLE-FOOT 2. TN. Viet Nam. Pennsylvania State University. Baltimore. Inc. Christian Scheurer. OH. PA. Alexander Hunt. Sridhar Kota. JB Ring. Long-Iong Wu. Netherlands. Xiuyun He. Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications. Ho Chi Shanghai. Hsinchu. Netherlands. Ann Arbor. USA. Cleveland. AND ONE PAIR OF REVOLUTE JOINTS WITH PARALLEL AXES Lewisburg. Tennessee Technological University. USA Guangbo Hao. USA. Augsburg. Shanghai. Beihang University/Robotics Institute. Cookeville. DETC2017-67700 Technical Paper Publication. USA. Beihang University. Shanghai. UM SJTU JI. China. Liping Kang. China. Shashank Sharma. Tennessee Technological University. Chinese Academy of Sciences. Charles Kim. USA GEOMETRY OPTIMIZATION OF FLEXURE SYSTEM TOPOLOGIES PASSIVE PROSTHETIC FOOT SHAPE AND SIZE OPTIMIZATION USING USING THE BOUNDARY LEARNING OPTIMIZATION TOOL (BLOT) LOWER LEG TRAJECTORY ERROR Technical Paper Publication. Edinburgh. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Minh. DETC2017-67465 Technical Paper Publication. Institute of Technical Paper Publication. Non us State. Cork. Kathryn Olesnavage. Institute of Robotics. PA. USA. DETC2017-67970 Kuan-Lun Hsu. Tempe. DETC2017-67812 Andreas Mueller. DECOUPLING STIFFNESS FROM POSITION IN JOINT MECHANISMS: USA APPLIED TO POWERED ANKLE PROSTHESIS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF SYMMETRICAL. Pennsylvania State University. Los Angeles. Technical Paper Publication. Jun Wang. Linz. Portland. Urbana. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67270 Arizona State University. USA. Alexander China Graber-Tilton. AZ. OR. China. Los Angeles. SpringActive. Yuanping Song. USA. University College Cork. TN. China. USA Technical Paper Publication. Shyh-chour Huang. Wuhan. USA LINKAGES AND MANIPULATORS A CONSTITUTIVE MODEL FOR TORSIONAL LOADS ON FLUID-DRIVEN Technical Paper Publication. China GENERALIZED UNIFIED CLOSED FORM INVERSE KINEMATICS FOR EXPANSION COEFFICIENT MOBILE MANIPULATORS WITH REUSABLE REDUNDANCY Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67419 MODELING LENGTH EFFECTS OF BRAIDED PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS Xianwen Kong. Justus Herder. University of Michigan. Viet Nam. MA. MD. Tan Thang Nguyen. Audrey Sedal. Shane Johnson. USA. DETC2017-67618 Ali Hatamizadeh. Mary Frecker. Joshua Bishop-Moser. Delft. Taiwan. MONOLITHIC TIP-TILT- PISTON FLEXURE STAGES Technical Paper Publication. Cleveland. USA Jonathan Hopkins. UM-SJTU Joint Institute. Technical Paper Publication. PA. USA Session Co-Organizer: Girish Krishnan.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 126 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE HIGHER-ORDER LOCAL ANALYSIS OF KINEMATIC SINGULARITIES OF DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A SHELL MECHANISM BASED TWO-FOLD LOWER PAIR LINKAGES FORCE CONTROLLED SCOLIOSIS BRACE Technical Paper Publication. National Kaohsiung Zeeshan Qaiser. Los Angeles. A MODULAR METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ERROR ANALYSIS OF Roger Quinn. DETC2017-68104 Electronic. Taiwan 126 . Scotland. UIUC. Ram Vasudevan. Beijing. Netherlands. Session Organizer: Charles Kim. Austria Bucknell University. USA Matthew Moyer.0 FOR REHABILITATION OF AMPUTEE CONTROL WITH A CONCENTRIC CIRCULAR TAPERED BEAM DESIGN Technical Paper Publication. KUKA Roboter GmbH. Kaohsiung 807. USA. DETC2017-67039 Technical Paper Publication. HCM University of Technology and Education. Dengfeng Lu. Portland State University. UM-SJTU Joint Institute. DETC2017-68163 SOFT ROBOTS Kwun-Lon Ting. MI. Tempe. USA BIMATERIAL MICRO-STRUCTURED ANNULUS WITH ZERO THERMAL Hubei University of Technology. University of California. MIT. National Tsing Hua University. University Park. Delft A 6R SINGLE-LOOP OVERCONSTRAINED SPATIAL MECHANISM THAT University of Technology. Bucknell University. DETC2017-67346 Thanh-Phong Dao. PA. ROOM 9 8:00AM–9:40AM Bradley Hanks. Beijing. Heriot-watt University. Amos Winter. Delft University of Technology. CA. University Park. Jingjun Yu. Lewisburg. Cookeville. Daniel Bruder. HAS TWO PAIRS OF REVOLUTE JOINTS WITH INTERSECTING AXES Rotterdam 3036xs. China University of Applied Sciences. Ton Duc Thang University. Delft. Johannes Kepler University. China OPTIMIZATION OF A COMPLIANT ENDOSCOPIC RADIOFREQUENCY Germany.

Hoboken. University of Nottingham. Toronto. Institute of Industrial Technologies and Richard Galos. USA. Missouri University of Science and Technology. Wenzhong Yan. Zhejiang. Ningbo. USA ELECTRICITY GENERATION THROUGH STIMULUS-RESPONSIVE SMART LOCOMOTIONS OF FUNCTIONALLY COOPERATING SYSTEMS MESA-3-1: MECHATRONIC & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS THEORY AND DESIGN METHODOLOGIES Technical Presentation. NJ. Bergamo. ROOM 14 8:00AM–9:40AM SUPRAMOLECULAR ASSEMBLY Session Organizer: Jia Xu. Legnani. Hazelwood. WA. Hoboken. Austria INTEGRATION OF STATIC WORST-CASE EXECUTION TIME & STACK China. NJ. China Jürgen Hausladen. West Lafayette. Italy. Madison. DETC2017-67402 Lina Zhang. Zhu Han. GKN Aerospace–St. Beijing.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 127 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE REDUCTION OF STRESS IN PLASTIC COMPLIANT MECHANISMS BY MNS-7-1: MICROSCALE ENERGY INTRODUCING METALLIC REINFORCEMENT HARVESTING Technical Paper Publication. Italy DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED FLEXIBLE MICRO-SOLDERING SYSTEM FOR MICRO/NANO SATELLITE STATION Technical Paper Publication. University of Florida. UAS Technikum Wien. Houston. Gainesville. Ashok Midha. Wien. Bergamo. Seattle. Lafayette. ROOM 13 8:00AM–9:40AM Nottingham. Gloria Wiens. USA Technical Paper Publication. USA. USA A FLOW-INDUCED STRUCTURE-BASED KINETIC ENERGY HARVESTER Lokeswarappa R. USA Houston. Ningbo Campus. Xi’an. DETC2017-67695 Technical Paper Publication. MANUFACTURING Zhejiang. Stevens Inst of Tech. Zihe Zhang. Beijing University of Chemical Technology. York University. MO. Yueh-Jaw Lin. DETC2017-68071 Serena Ruggeri. University of Applied Sciences Mengjiao Cheng. Giovanni Jun Li. ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE MATCHING OF PZT NANOGENERATORS USA Technical Paper Publication. Milan. Austria. Yanhao Yu. David Cappelleri. Polytechnical University. TX. Stevens Institute of Technology. ON. Technikum Wien. Louis. Hoboken. FL. USA DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR VACUUM MICRO-GRIPPERS WITH STABILITY. Martin Horauer. China. Zhongjing Ren. Rolla. University of Washington. BIOCOMPATIBILITY AND IN VIVO PERFORMANCE OF INTEGRATED RELEASE SYSTEM IMPLANTABLE NANOGENERATORS Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67714 Technical Presentation. Austria. DETC2017-67653 Session Co-Organizer: Jürgen Hausladen. USA. IN. MO. Italy. Gianmauro Fontana. University of Wisconsin. Beijing University of Chemical Technology. DETC2017-68107 Lixin LI. University of Brescia. Brescia. University of Nottingham. DETC2017-67650 Feng Shi. DETC2017-68426 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Missouri University of Science and Technology. Canada Technical Presentation. Florian Gerstmayer. United Kingdom Session Organizer: Ashis Banerjee. Wien. Vienna. DETC2017-68392 Technical Paper Publication. Italy. DETC2017-67711 MNS-4-1: MICRO/NANO ROBOTICS AND Guangcheng Zhang. Purdue University. University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien. Rolla. Dharani. China. West Hao Sun. Northwestern Vinoth Venkatesan. EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Automation. USA Stevens Inst of Tech. CNR-ITIA. Austria 127 . WI. University of Nottingham Ningbo China. Crews. Beijing. Beijing University of Chemical Technology. ROOM 22 8:00AM–9:40AM Joshua A. USA. Institute of USA DESIGN OF A HIGH EFFICIENCY WIRELESS ENERGY TRANSFER Industrial Technologies and Automation. Hoboken. Purdue University. DETC2017-67981 Session Co-Organizers: Irene Fassi. MO. NJ. Ningbo. Beijing. University of IN. Session Organizer: Yong Shi. David Cappelleri. Irene Fassi. Ang Gao. China SELF-PROPULSION FOR PRECISE MACROSCOPIC EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Christian Klumpner. NJ. Shaanxi. USA. Stevens Institute. Xudong Wang. University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien. China. Yong Shi. Thomas Jerabek. Wien. China PRESSURE-RESPONSIVE LOCOMOTION AND ITS POTENTIAL USAGE ANALYSIS FOR EMBEDDED SYSTEMS SOFTWARE IN A APPLICATION IN POWERING CARDIAC PACEMAKER CLOUD-BASED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT Technical Presentation.

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METHODS FOR PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN MSNDC-3-1: FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY
EMBEDDED LINUX: A SURVEY
DYNAMICS–1
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67422
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 26C 8:00AM–9:40AM
Florian Gerstmayer, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien,
Vienna, Austria, Jürgen Hausladen, University of Applied Sciences Session Organizer: Johannes Gerstmayr, Leopold-Franzens University
Technikum Wien, Wien, Austria, Martin Horauer, UAS Technikum Wien, Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria
Wien, Austria, Michael Kramer, University of Applied Sciences Technikum Session Co-Organizer: Shilei Han, University of Maryland, College Park,
Wien, Vienna, Austria MD, USA

PREDICTION METHODOLOGY OF TRACTION DRIVE DEVELOPMENT OF REDUCED ORDER THERMOMECHANICAL MODEL
CHARACTERISTICS FOR HALF-TOROIDAL VARIATOR SYSTEM USING FLOATING FRAME OF REFERENCE FORMULATION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67515 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67317
Toshihiro Saito, Honda R&D Co.,Ltd. Automobile R&D Center, Haga-gun, Hiroki Yamashita, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA, Rohit Arora,
Tochigi, Japan, Yoshitaka Tamoto, Idemitsu Kosan Co.,Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, Hiroyuki Kanazawa, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Takasago, Hyogo,
Eiji Inoue, NSK Ltd., Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa, Japan Japan, Hiroyuki Sugiyama, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA

EFFICIENTLY HANDLING PROCESS OVERRUNS AND UNDERRUNS ON BOUNDARY CONDITIONS AND CRAIG-BAMPTON SUBSTRUCTURING
MULTIPROCESSORS IN REAL-TIME EMBEDDED SYSTEMS TECHNIQUE WITH FREE-FREE MODES
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68412 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67397
Jia Xu, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada Grzegorz Orzechowski, Aki M. Mikkola, Lappeenranta University of

MESA-22-3: MESA-22 DISTURBANCE
Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland

COMPARISON OF CONTROL METHODS FOR TWO-LINK PLANAR
REJECTION CONTROL (DRC) III FLEXIBLE MANIPULATOR

EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 19 8:00AM–9:40AM
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67937
Joseph Bowkett, Rudranarayan Mukherjee, Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Session Organizer: Wenchao Xue, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Tianjin,
Pasadena, CA, USA
China
Session Co-Organizer: Dazi Li, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, REDUCED-ORDER MODELLING OF MULTIBODY CONTACT
Beijing, China PROBLEMS: A NOVEL SEMI-ANALYTIC METHOD

ON THE ESO BASED REINFORCEMENT LEARNING FOR PURE
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67948

FEEDBACK SYSTEMS
Niccolo Cappellini, Bart Blockmans, Jakob Fiszer, KU Leuven, Leuven,
Leuven, Belgium, Tommaso Tamarozzi, Siemens Industry Software nv,
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67659
Leuven, Belgium, Francesco Cosco, Wim Desmet, KU Leuven, Leuven,
Dazi Li, Wang Wei, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, Belgium
China, Zhiqiang Gao, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH, USA

LINEAR ACTIVE DISTURBANCE REJECTION CONTROL FOR GRID- MSNDC-5-4: NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF
CONNECTED INVERTER WITH LCL FILTER
STRUCTURES IV
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67148
BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 25B 8:00AM–9:40AM
Yuchang Ling, South China University of Technology, GuangZhou, China,
Junyi Dong, China Nuclear Power Engineering Co,Ltd., ShenZhen, China, Session Organizer: Enrico Babilio, Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico
Hongbo Yang, China Nuclear Power Engineering Co, Ltd. 518124, II, Napoli, Italy
ShenZhen, China, Yali Xue, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Jiang Session Co-Organizer: Laura Ruzziconi, Polytechnic University of Marche,
Zeng, South China University of Technology, GuangZhou, China, Donghai Ancona, Italy
Li, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF FGM CONICAL PANEL WITH INITIAL
A ROBUST CONTROL INTERPRETATION ON GENERALIZED IMPERFECTION IN THERMAL ENVIRONMENT
SEPARATION PRINCIPLE OF ACTIVE DISTURBANCE REJECTION Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67156
CONTROL
Minghui Yao, College of Mechanical Engineering Beijing University of
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67444
Technology, Beijing, China, Yan Niu, Beijing University of Technology,
Huiyu Jin, Xiamen University/UC Irvine, Irvine, CA, USA, Weiyao Lan, Beijing, China, Wei Zhang, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China
Xiamen University, Xiamen, Fujian Province, China

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VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS ANALYSIS OF THE ROTATING BLADE PTG-6-1: LUBRICATION AND EFFICIENCY (1)
BASED ON A POLYNOMIAL AERODYNAMIC FORCE
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67162 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 16 8:00AM–9:40AM

Minghui Yao, College of Mechanical Engineering Beijing University of Session Organizer: Timothy Krantz, NASA Glenn Research Center MS 23-
Technology, Beijing, China, Li Ma, Mingming Zhang, Beijing University of 3, Cleveland, OH, USA
Technology, Beijing, China, Wei Zhang, Beijing University of Technology, Session Co-Organizer: Kazumasa Kawasaki, Niigata University, Niigata,
Beijing, China Niigata, Japan

NONLINEAR VIBRATION OF A ROTOR-ACTIVE MAGNETIC BEARING A STUDY ON THE INFLUENCE OF MICRO SURFACE TEXTURE ON
SYSTEM WITH 16-POLE LEGS MIXED EHL FRICTION
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67103 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67002
Ruiqin Wu, Wei Zhang, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China, Sheng Li, Utsav Parmar, Wright State University, Dayton, OH, USA

FRICTION MODEL USING FULL ELASTOHYDRODYNAMIC
Minghui Yao, College of Mechanical Engineering Beijing University of

LUBRICATION FOR SPIRAL BEVEL GEARS
Technology, Beijing, China

ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR DYNAMICS OF A ROTOR-ACTIVE Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67646
MAGNETIC BEARING SYSTEM WITH 16-POLE LEGS Srikumar C Gopalakrishnan, Yawen Wang, University of Cincinnati,
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67105 Cincinnati, OH, USA, Teik Lim, The University of Texas at Arlington, Fort
Ruiqin Wu, Wei Zhang, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China, Worth, TX, USA

INFLUENCE OF DEFINED WATER CONTENTS IN GEAR LUBRICANTS
Minghui Yao, College of Mechanical Engineering Beijing University of

ON THE PITTING PERFORMANCE OF CASE-CARBURIZED GEARS
Technology, Beijing, China

PTG-4-1: GEARBOX DESIGN, RELIABILITY,
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67016

AND DIAGNOSTICS (1)
Christian Engelhardt, Technical University of Munich, Garching, Germany,
Jochen Witzig, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Kressbronn, Germany, Thomas

EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 15 8:00AM–9:40AM
Tobie, Fzg Gear Res Centre, Garching, Germany, Karsten Stahl, Technical
University of Munich, Germany
Session Organizer: Brian Dykas, US Army Research Lab, APG, MD, USA
Session Co-Organizer: J.C. Wang, Meritor Inc., Troy, MI, USA GRAPH-BASED ALGORTHIM FOR POWER CIRCULATION AND
EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF A PLANETARY GEAR REDUCER
STRUCTURE SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS AND DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67219
OPTIMIZATION OF MARINE GEARBOX
Essam L. Esmail, University of Al-Qadisiyah, Iraq, Iraq, Anahed Hussein
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67072
Juber, University of Al-Qadisiyah, Dywaniyah, State, Iraq
Tengjiao Lin, Daokun Xie, Ziran Tan, Bo Liu, Chongqing University,
Chongqing, Chongqing, China AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF INFLUENCE OF LUBRICATION
METHODS ON EFFICIENCY AND CONTACT FATIGUE LIFE OF SPUR
NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION ON INFLUENCE FACTORS OF RADIATION GEARS
NOISE OF THE BRIDGE CRANE HELICAL GEAR REDUCER Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67518
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67076
Jeremy Moss, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, Ahmet
Liu Wen, Biao Gao, Tengjiao Lin, Jinhong Zhang, Chongqing University, Kahraman, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, Carlos Wink, Eaton
Chongqing, Chongqing, China Corp., Portage, MI, USA

A METHOD TO DETERMINE GRINDING WHEEL PROFILES FOR
MANUFACTURING THREADS IN PLANETARY ROLLER SCREW VIB-8-1: ROTATING SYSTEMS AND ROTOR
MECHANISM DYNAMICS I
[ Cross-listed with MSNDC-7 ]
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67012

BALLROOM LEVEL, ROOM 25A 8:00AM–9:40AM
Xiaojun Fu, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China, Geng Liu,
Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, Shannxi, China, Shangjun Ma,
Wenjie Zhang, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China Session Organizer: C. Nataraj, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, USA

INVESTIGATION ON THE LUBRICATION PERFORMANCES AND AN INNOVATIVE MODEL FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF ROTOR
THERMAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE TAPERED ROLLER BEARING UNSTABLE THERMAL BEHAVIOR
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67052 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67059
Yunjia Zhang, Dengfang Ruan, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China Enrico Meli, Alessandro Abati, Amedeo Frilli, Florence University, Florence,
Italy, Daniele Panara, General Electric, Florence, Italy, Simone Panconi,
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Florence University, Florence, Italy, Alessandro Ridolfi, University of
Florence, Florence, Italy, Andrea Rindi, Florence University, Florence, Italy

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Technical Program Wednesday
IDETC/CIE

A VIRTUAL BEARING METHOD FOR OPTIMAL BEARING PLACEMENT INFLUENCE OF ALTITUDE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A BICYCLE-
OF FLEXIBLE ROTOR SYSTEMS CYCLIST SET
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67216 Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67955
Shibing Liu, Hyperloop One, LA, CA, USA, Bingen Yang, University of Mateo Morales, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, Sergio Roa,
Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA Luis Munoz, Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, Diego Ferreira,

VIBRATION CONTROL OF A ROTATING CANTILEVER BEAM BY USING
Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, Omar D. Lopez Mejia,

THE GIANT MAGNETOSTRICTIVE ACTUATOR
Universidad De Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia

Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67320 EFFECT OF BODY POSTURE ON COMFORT DURING CYCLING
Xueping Xu, Qinkai Han, Fulei Chu, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68124

APPLICATION OF THE MAGNETORHEOLOGICAL SQUEEZE FILM
Alejandra P. Polanco, Daniel R. Suarez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana,

DAMPERS FOR REDUCING ENERGY LOSSES IN SUPPORTS OF
Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia, Luis Munoz, Universidad de los Andes,

ROTORS OF ROTATING MACHINES
Bogota, Cundinamarca, Colombia

Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67433 USE OF MOTION CAPTURE FOR THE ANALYSIS OF COMFORT AND
Jaroslav Zapomel, Institute of Thermomechanics, Prague, Czech Republic, PERFORMANCE IN CYCLING
Petr Ferfecki, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68536
Republic Alejandra P. Polanco, Daniel R. Suarez, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana,

IN-PLANE BLADE-HUB DYNAMICS OF HORIZONTAL-AXIS WIND
Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia

TURBINE WITH MISTUNED BLADES
CIE-10-1: HUMAN MODELING: METHODS AND
APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING I
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67687
Ayse Sapmaz, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA,

CONCOURSE LEVEL, ROOM 4 10:00AM–11:40AM
Gizem Acar, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, Brian Feeny,
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA
Session Organizer: Yujiang Xiang, University of Alaska-Fairbanks,

DFMLC-12-1: NSF WORKSHOP
Fairbanks, AK, USA

A METHOD OF UTILIZING DIGITAL MANIKINS TOASSIST PASSENGER
EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 21 8:00AM–11:40AM VEHICLE DESIGN
Session Organizer: Gul Kremer, Iowa State University, Iowa, IA, USA Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67224

George Hazelrigg, National Science Foundation, CMMI, Rich Malak, Jian Wan, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI, USA, Nanxin Wang,
National Science Foundation Ford Motor Co, Dearborn, MI, USA, Ksenia Kozak, Gianna Gomez-Levi,
Linas Mikulionis, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI, USA

AVT-6-1: ADVANCES IN LIGHT VEHICLES FALL PREVENTION THERAPIES FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH STROKE:
DESIGN A SURVEY

EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL, ROOM 24 10:00AM–11:40AM
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67456
Erik Chumacero Polanco, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, USA,
Session Organizer: Alberto Doria, University of Padova-Dept of Industrial James Yang, Texas Tech, Lubbock, TX, USA
Eng, Padova, Italy
ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURY USING MOTION
CAPTURE
Session Co-Organizer: Luis Munoz, Universidad de los Andes, Bogota,
Cundinamarca, Colombia
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67901
A DOE APPROACH FOR EVALUATING THE EFFECT OF BICYCLE
PROPERTIES ON STABILITY
Daniele Regazzoni, University of Bergamo, Dalmine Italy, Andrea Vitali,
Università degli studi di Bergamo, Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy, Caterina
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67225 Rizzi, University of Bergamo, Dalmine (BG), Italy

FOOT-GROUND INTERACTION FOR 2D GAIT USING CONCURRENT
Alberto Doria, University of Padova-Dept of Industrial Eng, Padova, Italy,

OPTIMIZATION
Valerio Favaron, University of Padova, Padova, Italy, Sergio Roa,
Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67985
ONBOARD WIND SPEED AND ROAD GRADE MEASUREMENT FOR
DETERMINATION OF MODEL COEFFICIENTS ON CYCLING
Yujiang Xiang, University of Alaska-Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, USA,
Benjamin Ramirez, Sarah Hoffman, Tonoy Chowdhury, University of
Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67759 Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK, USA
Sergio Roa, Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia, Mateo Morales,
130 Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, Luis Munoz, Universidad de
los Andes, Bogota, Cundinamarca, Colombia

MD. USA. USA. Beijing Institute of Technology. University of Massachusetts. Jensen. Goobong Chung. India. Koji Shimoyama. Feng Shi. USA. USA University of Texas. AK. Baltimore. Saranthip Koh. China. Tyler. Janet Allen. Fayetteville. Austin. Beijing. DETC2017-67769 Session Organizer: David C. IDENTIFYING PATENT PRECEDENTS FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN: AN Kanpur. AR. Norman. London. Imperial College London. Guoxin Wang. DETC2017-68151 CONCOURSE LEVEL. Norman. OK. Japan Technical Paper Publication.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 131 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE EFFECT OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM IN ZMP ON HUMAN MOTION DAC-11-3: DESIGN OF ENGINEERING PLANNING MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES 3 Technical Paper Publication. USA 131 . MA. OK. Beijing Institute of Technology. MD. Tesla. Norman. USA. Johns Hopkins University. Norman. Anand Balu Technical Paper Publication. Farrokh Mistree. Beijing. USA. DETC2017-67684 Nellippallil. Takashi Misaka. Clinton Morris. Johns Hopkins University. Austin. Tata Research Development and Design Centre. Beijing. TX. India. Yujiang Xiang. OK. Norman. China. Norman. ITERATIVE HEURISTIC METHOD OF MINING TEXT. University of Oklahoma. REUSE Timonium. University of Oklahoma. Pohang. University of Oklahoma. USA. Norman. Liuqing Chen. Norman. Technical Paper Publication. University of Oklahoma. OK. OK. Singapore University of Technology and Technical Paper Publication. Prasad B. CITATION AND Farrokh Mistree. Johns Hopkins University. USA Session Co-Organizer: James Guest. Jianxi Luo. Shigeru Obayashi. China. Amarendra Singh. Gokhale. IN. Indianapolis. Janet Allen. MD. Ji Han. OK. Korea (Republic). Gautham Basavarsu. University of Texas at Austin. Janet Allen. USA Carolyn Seepersad. University of Oklahoma. USA. Fairbanks. Indian Institute of Technology. The University of Texas at Austin. Chung Hyun Goh. DETC2017-67562 OF MULTI-MATERIAL COMPLIANT MECHANISMS Zhenjun Ming. Singapore. DETC2017-67570 Anand Balu Nellippallil. USA. University of Session Organizer: Guang Dong. TOPOLOGY AND SIZING OPTIMIZATION OF MICROMIXERS USING USA GRAPH-THEORETICAL REPRESENTATION AND GENETIC ALGORITHM ONTOLOGY-BASED REPRESENTATION OF META-DESIGN IN Technical Paper Publication. Indiana University- Wang. OK. Tohoku University. USA A GOAL-ORIENTED. China. Kanpur. The University of Oklahoma. USA SUPPORT IN THE DESIGN OF ENGINEERING SYSTEMS FORCE DIVERTING HELMET LINER ACHIEVED THROUGH A LATTICE Technical Paper Publication. INVERSE DECISION-BASED DESIGN METHOD TO ACHIEVE THE VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL INTEGRATION OF IMPLICIT KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY IN DESIGN SEMANTIC NETWORK MODELS IN A HOT ROD ROLLING PROCESS CHAIN BY APPLYING PYTHAGOREAN MEANS ON SHORTEST PATH SEARCHING Technical Paper Publication. Beijing. OK. Yan Yan. Andres Tovar. United Kingdom Pune. University of Oklahoma. Farrokh Mistree. ROOM 7 10:00AM–11:40AM Hyun-Joon Chung. University of Oklahoma. Zhenjun Ming. University of Oklahoma. USA. USA INVENTOR INFORMATION TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION OF COMPONENTS WITH EMBEDDED Technical Paper Publication. CA. OK. OK. Beijing Institute of Technology. Sendai. USA Session Co-Organizer: Ian Grosse. USA. DETC2017-67511 OBJECTS USING DISCRETE OBJECT PROJECTION Binyang Song. University of Oklahoma. Miyagi. University of Arkansas. DETC2017-68055 Design. Tapkir. Tesla. Peter Childs. USA IDENTIFICATION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE REGIONS OF HIGH- AND MANAGEMENT I DIMENSIONAL DESIGN SPACES WITH MATERIALS DESIGN APPLICATIONS CONCOURSE LEVEL. Institute of Fluid Science. Purdue University Indianapolis. Maryam Sabeghi. Norman. PDSIDES–A KNOWLEDGE-BASED PLATFORM FOR DECISION James Guest. Beijing Institute of Technology. DETC2017-67230 Vignesh Rangaraj. Yan Yan. TX. Korea Institute of Robot and Convergence. TX. Amherst. Lutherville CIE-16-1: KNOWLEDGE CAPTURE. Lutherville Timonium. OKC. DETC2017-67817 Ru Wang. ROOM 5 10:00AM–11:40AM Technical Paper Publication. Guoxin Vaibhav V. DETC2017-67745 DESIGNING DECISION WORKFLOWS Mitsuo Yoshimura. USA Alaska-Fairbanks.

DETC2017-67794 Technical Paper Publication. USA. USA. USA AERODYNAMIC AUTOMOBILE SHAPE OPTIMIZATION BY TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN ELABORATION METRIC FOR INCORPORATING REVERSE SHAPE DESIGN METHOD WITH CFD CONCEPT SKETCHES ANALYSIS Technical Paper Publication. North Sundar Krishnamurty. Ann Arbor. University Jin Woo Lee. Huang- of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Randy H. USA OPTIMIZATION (MO-ASMO) FRAMEWORK USING EFFICIENT EXTENDING DESIGN HEURISTICS FROM MECHANICAL ENGINEERING SAMPLING STRATEGIES TO A BIOMEDICAL PROJECTS COURSE Technical Paper Publication. University of Texas at Dallas. University of Michigan. MD. Timothy W. Matthew Campbell. Dartmouth. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. MA. MI. GA. Amherst. Douglas Eddy. AR. Paul Witherell. Malvern. DETC2017-67375 Technical Paper Publication. MA. MA. Columbia University. Dartmouth. New Brunswick. Penn State University. Scott. Rutgers PRODUCT BASED SEQUENCE EVALUATION FOR AUTOMATED University. MA. Fayetteville. USA. Souma Chowdhury. IL. Jung-Hyun Kim. Aileen Y. University Park. DETC2017-67541 Technical Paper Publication. USA Shanna Daly. University of Michigan. University of Denno. DETC2017-67833 Zhuo Yang. DETC2017-67795 Yong Hoon Lee. University at Buffalo. Dimitri Mavris. A MULTIOBJECTIVE ADAPTIVE SURROGATE MODELING-BASED Margaret G. Dartmouth. USA INVESTIGATING GREY-BOX MODELING FOR PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FIXATION AND ORIGINALITY IN IN SMART MANUFACTURING UNDERGRADUATE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS Technical Paper Publication. MA. Corman. James Allison. Georgia IA. ROOM 6 10:00AM–11:40AM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. IL. Shanna Daly. TX. Anastasia K. MA. Ian Baker. OR. CA. USA. ROOM 23 10:00AM–11:40AM Session Organizer: Jie Zhang. University of Massachusetts USA. University of Massachusetts at Amherst. MA. USA 132 . Session Co-Organizer: Kathryn Jablokow. Seifert. University of Illinois at Chicago. USA Saad. USA PA. USA UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS CHALLENGES IN USING A DELPHI METHOD TO FORMALIZE Technical Paper Publication. USA ASSEMBLY PLANNING EDUCATION READINESS LEVELS (ERLS): A SCALE FOR ASSESSING Technical Paper Publication. Amherst. San Francisco. USA Shantanab Dinda. Penn State University. Seda McKilligan. Penn State University. N Dartmouth. Ames. State College. NY. USA Massachusetts-Dartmouth. MA. Christopher Technical Paper Publication. Atlanta. Alexander LeGendre. Diksha Gaur. E. Chicago. DETC2017-68350 CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING IN FUNCTIONAL REASONING Payam Ghassemi. Kathryn Jablokow. USA. Trina Kershaw. DETC2017-68086 Hoyle. OPTIMAL SURROGATE AND NEURAL NETWORK MODELING FOR DAY- USA. Urbana. Peter Dartmouth. NIST. Iowa State University. Ian Grosse. Session Organizer: Zhenghui Sha. Allen. UIC. DETC2017-68422 Buffalo. Corvallis. PA. America Makes. Amherst. MI. New York. University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Ewoldt. Richardson. AHEAD FORECASTING OF THE HOURLY ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF Leanne Gluck. Kisun Song. PA. University of Arkansas. USA. Yan Lu. USA USA Session Co-Organizer: Ali Mehmani. Chicago. Technical Paper Publication. Colleen M. Oregon State University. Ostrowski. USA. DETC2017-67175 Daniel Sevier. Sankha Bhowmick. Malvern. NJ. USA. Eli Silk. University of Massachusetts. USA. NY. Kaige Zhu. Rebecca Peterson. USA Michael J. Institute of Technology. Ann Arbor. University of Massachusetts Amherst. USA. Gaithersburg. Simpson. DETC2017-68298 EDUCATIONAL COURSEWORK AND TRAINING MODULES Weifeng Huang. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. PA. USA. Amherst. R. Kyung Hak Choo. Nima Rafibakhsh. The Pennsylvania State University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 132 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE DAC-14-1: METAMODEL-BASED DESIGN DEC-3-1: EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT OPTIMIZATION FOR DESIGN EDUCATION CONCOURSE LEVEL. IL.

C-SPACE SINGULARITIES AND Yu-Tong Li. Penn State. Jian Dai. University of Nebraska at Omaha. White BODY MODEL (PRBM) Lake. DETC2017-68425 BRANCH RECONFIGURATION WITH BRICARD VARIATIONS BASED ON Joshua A. Technical Paper Publication. King’s College London. UIUC. GKN Aerospace – St. DETC2017-68243 Technology. Samuli Piipponen. USA MINING FOR CREATIVITY: DETERMINING THE CREATIVITY OF IDEAS Session Co-Organizer: Charles Kim. Spain. Kristin Wood. USA APPLICATIONS OF CONSTRAINT GRAPHS AND ASSUR GROUPS IN Session Co-Organizer: Amaresh Chakrabarti. Lokeswarappa R. PA. Hangzhou. Vahid Amirinezhad. Urbana. Bucknell University. DETC2017-67649 PERFORMANCE OF IDEATION: KEY OBSERVATIONS AND FINDINGS S. University of Tokyo. University Park. Ashok Midha. Tel Aviv. Scarlett Miller. University of Tampere. Missouri University of Science and Technology. Linz. Israel. Austria KINEMATIC CONSTRAINT MAPS. Osaka. The Ohio State University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 133 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DTM-1-3: CREATIVITY IDEATION III SOME NEW RESULTS ON THE KINEMATICS OF 3R SERIAL ROBOTS USING NESTED DETERMINANTS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. NE. Johannes Kepler Technical Paper Publication. Missouri University of Science and Technical Paper Publication. Columbus. Singapore Technical Paper Publication. Adnan Sljoka. Zhejiang GENERALISED GRASHOF CONDITIONS University Yuquan District. Indiana. Vantaa. Tomoyuki BALLROOM LEVEL. Tel Aviv University. Louis. Mexico BEAMS FOR DESIGNING COMPLIANT MECHANISM Technical Paper Publication. MO. United PSEUDO-RIGID-BODY MODELS OF INITIALLY-CURVED AND STRAIGHT Kingdom. Federico Thomas. DETC2017-67752 Wellington. MO. Omaha. DETC2017-67431 Venkatasubramanian Kalpathy Venkiteswaran. Hazelwood. Japan. USA Pablo C. ROOM 11 10:00AM–11:40AM STRESS ANALYSIS OF A METALLIC-REINFORCED. Ronald Zimmerman II. MO. NE. The Pennsylvania State University. Universidad de Guanajuato. Peter Donelan. Tokyo. Crews. Institute of Robotics. China University of Petroleum. Subburaj ALGEBRAIC GEOMETRY Karupppasamy. Rolla. USA. SMALL-LENGTH Session Co-Organizers: Gordon Pennock. THROUGH DATA MINING TECHNIQUES USA STRESS ANALYSIS OF A FIXED-FREE COMPLIANT SEGMENT USING Technical Paper Publication. Lopez-Custodio. OH. Qingdao. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67706 Session Organizer: Christine Toh. State College. Singapore University of Technology and Design. PA. Japan. USA. IL. United Kingdom. Rolla. TOROIDS INTERSECTIONS: LINE-SYMMETRIC CASE. Mohan Rajesh Elara. Barcelona. Vaisala Oy. London. MI. Jianxi Luo. IRI (CSIC-UPC). Japan Session Organizer: Girish Krishnan. India INNOVATION OF MATCHING STRUCTURES THROUGH CLUSTERING Technical Paper Publication. Dharani. PA. Singapore. Idaho State University. DETC2017-67925 AND RECONSTRUCTING BASIC OPERATION ACTIONS IN THE FORM LAYER Elad Hahn. Eero Hyry. Magna Seating. USA. Jose Rico. GKN Aerospace – St. MO. Rolla. DETC2017-68304 THE PSEUDO-RIGID-BODY MODEL (PRBM) CONCEPT Christine Toh. Louis. DETC2017-67307 University. IN. University Park. DETC2017-67250 PROPOSAL OF DELTA DESIGN MAP BASED ON FUNCTION. Tokyo 113. University of Tokyo. Crews. Kwansei Gakuin University. Conrad Tucker. Ashok Midha. PA. Hazelwood. USA Technical Paper Publication. MR-2-3: SINGULARITY ANALYSIS USA. USA. Elizabeth Starkey. Zhejiang. Rolla. STRUCTURE AND USER EXPERIENCE FOR DESIGN Teijo Arponen. Mechanical Engineering. Dharani. Finland IDEATION SUPPORT Technical Paper Publication. Kings College-University of London. USA. China UNDERSTANDING EFFECTS OF ANALOGICAL DISTANCE ON Technical Paper Publication. ROOM 20 10:00AM–11:40AM Technical Paper Publication. Hai-Jun Su. Andreas Mueller. Missouri University of Science and Technology. USA Joshua A. USA. Purdue FLEXURAL PIVOT COMPLIANT SEGMENT USING THE PSEUDO-RIGID- University. Missouri University of Science and Technology. Indian Institute of Science. MO. China. New Zealand KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF MULTI-4-BAR MECHANISMS USING Srinivasan Venkataraman. USA. Maria Alba Perez Omaha. London. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. ID. MO. Victoria University of Wellington. Lewisburg. Finland. DETC2017-68423 Penn State University. Salamanca. Lokeswarappa R. Singapore University of Technology and Design. DETC2017-68058 MR-3-2: INTERACTIVE SESSION Tamotsu Murakami. USA 133 . Lucienne Blessing. ROOM 25C 10:00AM–11:40AM Koyanagi. Pocatello. MECHANISM ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS Bangalore. University of Nebraska at Omaha. BEHAVIOR. Binyang Song. Singapore 487372. Tampere. USA Gracia.

Feng Gao. Magleby. Technical Paper Publication. China . Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Beihang University. Tsinghua University. Xu Pei. Larry L. York University. France Mohammad Hussein Kahrobaiyan. Bowen Spencer P. University of MECHANISM California. Apt 201. Instant-Lab. Binghamton. Los Angeles. China. Zhen Zhang. India. Taipei. Nantes. USA. Beihang University. Anupam China Saxena. India. Aachen. UT. DETC2017-68248 Yuan Tian. UM-SJTU Joint Institute. William Peng. EPFL. AICES. Neuchatel. Marquette University. Brigham Young University. Robotics Technical Paper Publication. Xidian University. Sun. Nantes. China. Los Angeles. DETC2017-68074 France Jeong Hwan Yoon. DETC2017-67543 Technical Paper Publication. Pratihar. Fulei Ma. USA Technical Paper Publication. Indian Institute of Technology. Kharagpur. Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale De Session Co-Organizer: Shahrzad Towfighian. UCLA. CA. IMPLICATIONS FOR ROTARY SERIES ELASTIC ACTUATORS University College Cork. Los Angeles. Xi’an High-Speed Railway Depot. Xi’an. NY. Science and Technology. CA. Yan Xie. Chengdu. Shane Johnson. ROOM 10 10:00AM–11:40AM Chin-Hsing Kuo. Chengdu. UM-SJTU Joint Institute. Kanpur. Beihang Carlotta Mummolo. China. DETC2017-67853 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Switzerland. Binghamton University. Ta-Yu Pan. Ruiyu Bai. DETC2017-67412 MECHANISM: ANALYTICAL MODELING. Southwest Jiaotong University. Stephane Caro. DETC2017-68019 CONTACT-DEPENDENT BALANCE STABILITY OF WALKING ROBOTS Wenshuo Ma. Binghamton. Shandong University. China. Binghamton University. Milwaukee. China. DETC2017-67677 PARAMETRIC OSCILLATORS Zeeshan Qaiser. Carlos Gonzalez. Prabhat Kumar. Beijing. DETC2017-67381 Mark Pallay. Ireland. National Taiwan University of Session Organizer: Philip Voglewede. Neuchâtel. UM-SJTU Joint Institute. Southwest Jiaotong University. Sichuan. Xi’an. RWTH Aachen University. Howell. France. USA A RECONFIGURABLE COMPLIANT FOUR-BAR MECHANISM WITH Session Co-Organizer: Stephen Canfield. USA. Los Angeles. Indian Institute of Technology. Shanghai.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 134 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE CONTINUUM KINEMATICS OF A PLANAR DUAL-BACKBONE ROBOT MR-6-2: LEGGED LOCOMOTION BASED ON PSEUDO-RIGID-BODY MODEL: FORMULATION. Shanghai. Liping Kang. Wei Wei. Shanghai. China [ Cross-listed with VIB-12 ] AN ANALYTICAL MODEL FOR BEAM FLEXURE MODULES BASED ON EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Kim. DETC2017-68205 Technical Paper Publication. Indian Institute of EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION Technology Kharagpur. Songsong Lu. USA. Cork. Technical Paper Publication. Shahrzad Towfighian. DETC2017-67441 EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION OF UNLUMPED MODEL AND ITS DESIGN Abhilash Nayak. Jin Xie. DETC2017-68097 NY. DETC2017-67512 Besançon. University Bourgogne Franche-Comte. USA Pengbo Liu. ROOM 13 10:00AM–11:40AM THE TIMOSHENKO BEAM THEORY Session Organizer: Najib Kacem. China. New University/Robotics Institute. AND EFFICIENCY Technical Paper Publication. IRCCYN. Kanpur. Switzerland PARAMETRIC EXCITATION OF A REPULSIVE FORCE ACTUATOR KINETOSTATICS MODELING AND DECOUPLING ANALYSIS OF A CROSSHAIR FLEXURES BASED NANOPOSITIONER Technical Paper Publication. [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-16 ] ACCURACY. DESIGN OPTIMIZATION AND Kondalarao Bhavanibhatla. USA Beijing. Guangbo Hao. China. West Bengal. NY. CA. Neuchâtel. IRCCyN. Joo H. Beihang University. Jingjun Yu. Mohamed Zanaty. Tennessee Technological MULTIPLE OPERATION MODES University. Dennis Hong. Sauer. USA Zhaohui Liu. USA. Taiwan WI. TN. Beijing. Jinan. China. Brooklyn. Haiyang Li. 134 Shandong. Technical Paper Publication. Daniel Sun. Provo. Brigham Young University. Sichuan. India MNS-2-3: NONLINEAR RESONANT DEVICES. Vidur DYNAMIC MODELING AND OPTIMAL DESIGN OF A 2R COMPLIANT Sanandan. Shaanxi. Yen-Chun Chen. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. USA Simon Henein. Roger A. DETC2017-67754 Guimin Chen. Technical Paper Publication. China SYNTHESIS OF SHAPE MORPHING CONTACT-AIDED COMPLIANT VELOCITY/FORCE CAPACITIES OF A SIX-LEGGED WALKING MACHINE MECHANISMS Technical Paper Publication. Shanghai. Provo. UT. DETC2017-68272 Institute. Beijing. Dilip K. Jimu Liu. Germany KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF LEGGED MOBILE MANIPULATOR CONCENTRIC HELICAL AXIAL SPRING TUNABLE STIFFNESS Technical Paper Publication. Beijing. Cookeville. UT. China APPLICATION KINETIC ENERGY SHAPING TO CONTROLLING AND A FRAMEWORK FOR ENERGY-BASED KINETOSTATIC MODELING OF ANTI CONTROLLING CHAOTIC GAIT OF UNDERACTUATED COMPASS- COMPLIANT MECHANISMS GAIT BIPEDAL ROBOT Technical Paper Publication. Lausanne (EPFL). Peng Yan. USA Technical Paper Publication.

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Thuwal. DETC2017-67299 Session Organizer: Brian Jensen. University. Ching-Wen Li. DOUBLE-LAYER NERVE GUIDE CONDUIT WITH PALISADE POLY Kyunggi-do 449 701. Edwardsville. Besancon. Shanghai. DETC2017-67446 Mohammad Shavezipur. Gou-Jen Wang. USA. Univ. Nelson Warner. Austria Feng-Rui Liu. Milad Rakhsha. Provo. USA. USA.. DETC2017-68483 Technical Paper Publication. Clemson University. Univ. Joseph Technical Presentation. Jin Hwan Choi. USA MSNDC-1-1: FLUID-STRUCTURE Technical Paper Publication. Brad Hanks. THREE-DIMENSIONAL BIOMIMETIC BIOSENSORS FOR FOOD SAFETY Radu Serban. Univ.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 135 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MULTISTABILITY AND BIFURCATION TOPOLOGY IN DETECTION OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL DNA 8-HYDROXY-2’- ELECTROSTATICALLY COUPLED NANOBEAMS UNDER PARAMETRIC DEOXYGUANOSINE MUTATIONS VIA FLUORESCENCE RESONANCE RESONANCE ENERGY TRANSFER Technical Paper Publication. Seongsu Kim. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. DETC2017-68476 Diala Bitar. Beijing Institute of Technology. Los Angeles. Christian Reyes. Leopold-Franzens University Technical Presentation. Brigham Young University. Madison. University of Wisconsin. IL. Southern Illinois University. ROOM 22 10:00AM–11:40AM Technical Paper Publication. Bourgogne Franche-Comte. Makkah Province. Wen-Ming Zhang. Taiwan Pazouki. USA STUDY ON DYNAMIC BEHAVIORS OF LIQUID-FILLED FLEXIBLE Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68527 NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF MODAL AMPLITUDE SATURATION IN Nicholas Gregory. King Abdullah University of Science and Edinburg. Jeddah. Brigham Young University. France AXIALLY MODULATED CLAMPED-GUIDED ARCH RESONATOR FOR BIO-SENSORS MEMORY AND LOGIC APPLICATIONS Technical Presentation. Md Abdullah Al Hafiz. Brian Jensen. Besancon. Sherif Tella. WI. Juhwan Choi. UT. Innsbruck. Taiwan. Han Yan. DETC2017-68284 Dumitru Caruntu. KyungHee University. Taichung 40227. France. National Chung-Hsing University. China Clemson. Saudi Arabia. Xi’an. Session Co-Organizer: Phanindra Tallapragada. Brian Huffman. Chien-Hui Su. Sungsoo Rhim. TX. Southern Illinois University. Functionbay. FEMTO-ST Institute. Xueyong Wei. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. California State University. Qiang Tian. Korea (Republic) (LACTIC-CO-GLYCOLIC ACID) TUBE WRAPPED BY MICROPOROUS A PARTITIONED LAGRANGIAN-LAGRANGIAN APPROACH FOR CHITOSAN-COLLAGEN COMPOSITE FLUID-SOLID INTERACTION PROBLEMS Technical Paper Publication. Taiwan. Beijing Institute of Technology. China BALLROOM LEVEL. Taichung. Madison. Bourgogne Franche-Comte. CA. University of Wisconsin Madison. Taichung 40227. Mohammad Younis. DETC2017-68474 Wei Hu. USA Weizhen Kong. DETC2017-68206 Ching-Wen Li. DETC2017-68471 Bevelheimer. National Chung Hsing University. IL. Najib Kacem. Saudi Arabia. FEMTO-ST Institute. Los Angeles. USA MEASUREMENT OF NANOINJECTION DELIVERY THROUGH Technology. Cheng-Chung Chang. USA NUMERICAL MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF PISTON LUBRICATION MNS-3-1: MNS-3 BIO MEMS/NEMS FOR FLEXIBLE BODIES THROUGH ELASTONHYDRODYNAMICS AND MODAL REDUCTION METHOD EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Beijing. APPLICATIONS Dan Negrut. Noureddine Bouhaddi. Thuwal. DETC2017-67720 INTERACTION Tianyi Zhang. DETC2017-67749 Innsbruck. France. Edwardsville. Sandra MICROMECHANICAL CANTILEVER BEAM RESONATORS Hope. Taichung. Nouha RADIOTAGGED DNA AND ENUCLEATION Alcheikh. Beijing. Madison. Zhuangde Jiang. SC. Saudi Arabia Technical Presentation. Inc. Xi’an Jiaotong University. Gyeonggi-Do. National Chung Hsing University. Bourgogne Franche. China CONSISTENT MULTI-RESOLUTION SPH WITH SECOND-ORDER ACCURACY Technical Presentation. National Chung-Hsing Besançon. Korea USA (Republic). King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). UT. MULTIBODY SYSTEMS IN A LOW-GRAVITY ENVIRONMENT Edwardsville. WI. WI. DETC2017-67109 Student Competition Paper. Provo. ROOM 26B 10:00AM–11:40AM NONLINEAR DYNAMIC RESPONSES OF AN OPTOMECHANICAL RESONATOR WITH CIRCULAR AIR-HOLES Session Organizer: Johannes Gerstmayr. Arman Gou-Jen Wang. University of Wisconsin. Hossein Fariborzi. China 135 . USA. Taiwan ON ELECTROSTATICALLY ACTUATED MEMS RESONATOR Comte. DETC2017-67588 Technical Presentation. Roya Mazrouei.

MD. CO. Ohio State University | OSU. Innsbruck. The University of Iowa. Alfonso Fuentes-Aznar. Ming Jian Zuo. Miroslav Byrtus. DETC2017-68060 Libin Liu. China. DETC2017-67919 Jie Lou. Leopold-Franzens University Innsbruck. David Bowen. AB. USA PTG-4-2: GEARBOX DESIGN. Lubos Smolík. Japan Technical Paper Publication. Jon Keller. University of Alberta. USA NONLINEAR NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION AROUND INSTABILITY Session Organizer: Yuanxin Luo. China Scott Bouwer.MOUNTED WIND Alexander Humer. Teik Lim. Shannxi. USA North Canton. Abu Dhabi. USA . WHIRL RESPONSE LUBRICANT ADDITIVES AND THIN LUBRICANT LAYERS Technical Paper Publication. Shangjun Ma. University of Maryland. MD. USA. BALLROOM LEVEL. Khalifa University. Rui Liu. College Park.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 136 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE MSNDC-3-2: FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY MULTIBODY MODELLING AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF DYNAMICS – 2 TURBOCHARGER DYNAMICS Technical Presentation. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67971 Hanan Al Hosani. OH. Linz. Iowa City. DETC2017-67734 Session Organizer: Geng Liu. Austria PARALLEL TIME-INTEGRATION OF FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY DYNAMICS TURBINE GEARBOXES: A DESIGN AND TEST COMPARISON BASED ON NEWTON-WAVEFORM METHOD Technical Presentation. Jr. Geng Liu. Maryland 20742. USA EHD LUBRICATED SPHERICAL JOINT MODEL FOR RIGID-FLEXIBLE JMR MAIN ROTOR GEARBOX CASE STUDY: LEVERAGING GEOMETRY MULTIBODY DYNAMICS OPTIMIZATION TOOLS TO REDUCE DEVELOPMENT COST. Austria. Mohammad Al-Shudeifat. DETC2017-68006 APPLICATION OF THE POD METHOD FOR CRACKED ROTORS Guan Qiao. DETC2017-68255 Cincinnati. ROOM 15 10:00AM–11:40AM ELEMENTS IN THE ABSOLUTE NODAL COORDINATE FORMULATION Technical Paper Publication. Nagoya University. Chongqing University. Nagoya. Edmonton. Plzen. Xi’an. Timken. Romax Wind. NY. OH. DETC2017-67715 FRICTION TORQUE MODELLING AND EFFICIENCY ANALYSIS OF THE Mugen Ito. Chongqing. DETC2017-68261 Technical Paper Publication. Zhiwei Zhang. ROOM 25A 10:00AM–11:40AM University of Alberta. Mohammad Al-Shudeifat. BEARING Columbus. RELIABILITY. The University of Texas at Arlington. Beijing Institute of Technology. DETC2017-68517 Technical Paper Publication. of West Bohemia. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Zhenghong Shi. Patricia Iglesias Victoria. AB. Nagoya PRELOADED INVERTED PLANETARY ROLLER SCREW MECHANISM University. Bauchau. Czech Republic IA. Finland COMPARISON OF FULLY PARAMETERIZED AND GRADIENT DEFICIENT EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Peter Gruber. CO. Chikusa-Ku Nagoya. Shadi Hong Guo. College Park. Lappeenranta. Rochester. OH. USA MSNDC-7-1: NONLINEAR ROTORDYNAMICS COPULA-BASED TIME-FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION ANALYSIS FOR AND ROTATING SYSTEMS PLANETARY GEARBOX FAULT DETECTION [ Cross-listed with VIB-8 ] Technical Paper Publication. Pavel Polach. Flint. Canada. USA. University of Maryland. USA PLANETARY LOAD SHARING IN THREE-POINT. PA. China POINT OF THE FLEXIBLE ROTOR SUPPORTED BY THE JOURNAL Session Co-Organizer: David Talbot. Xi’an. SCHEDULE Technical Presentation. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Adnan Saeed. TX. University Session Organizer: Hiroyuki Sugiyama. Linz Center of Mechatronics. USA. DETC2017-67736 AND WEIGHT OF ROTORCRAFT DRIVE SYSTEMS Technical Presentation. Doug Lucas. Ridley Park. Beijing. Qiang Tian. Tsuyoshi Inoue. Abu Dhabi. University of Maryland. Japan. Boulder. MD. Adnan Saeed. Fort Ayesha Almehairi. 136 Balawi. University of Cincinnati. Johannes Kepler University. China Johannes Gerstmayr. Shannxi. United Arab Emir Rochester Institute of Technology. USA Technical Paper Publication. MI. College Park. Linz. Olivier USA. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Golden. USA Balawi. Edmonton. Shadi Worth. Beijing. Shilei Han. MD. The Boeing Company. Lappeenranta University of AND DIAGNOSTICS (2) Technology. Session Co-Organizer: Grzegorz Orzechowski. University of Maryland. Khalifa University. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-68503 BALLROOM LEVEL. College Park. DETC2017-68232 Yi Guo. Canada PTG-6-2: LUBRICATION AND EFFICIENCY (2) Session Organizer: Olivier Bauchau. ROOM 16 10:00AM–11:40AM Session Co-Organizer: Han Shilei. Maryland 20742. Session Co-Organizer: Richard Dippery. Retired. ROOM 26C 10:00AM–11:40AM Michal Hajžman. United Arab Emir FRICTION AND WEAR PROPERTIES OF HALOGEN-FREE AND EFFECT OF UNBALANCE FORCE DIRECTION ON A CRACKED ROTOR HALOGEN-CONTAINING IONIC LIQUIDS USED AS NEAT LUBRICANTS. Austria.

Rahid Zaman. Central Michigan University. OH. Technical Paper Publication. NON-RECIPROCITY IN STRUCTURES WITH NONLINEAR INTERNAL Texas Tech. Lubbock. USA. General Motors. Texas Back Institute Research Foundation. Urbana. TX. DETC2017-68539 Shigeki Matsumura. Brazil ON THE NONLINEAR VIBRATION ANALYSIS OF ULTRA PRECISION Joseph Polly. DETC2017-67801 Lublin University of Technology. USA. NONLINEAR ANALYSIS OF A PLANAR BEAM SYSTEM BY FINITE TX. USA Mohammad Bukhari. Fronk. USA. Texas Tech University. USA Ponta Grossa. TX. Cleveland. Ancona. Chiara Daraio. Abu Dhabi. USA. USA ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT (ACL) INJURY: A LITERATURE Technical Presentation. OH. Jose Manoel Balthazar. IL. Ram Haddas. Ming Xu. DETC2017-67783 Mohammad Al-Shudeifat. Oumar Barry. USA. USA. Brazil. Leamy. Tokyo Institute of Technology. HX5 Sierra. USA. Ohio State University. Columbus. Lublin. Jeferson Jose de Lima. University at Buffalo. Sao Paulo State University. Lubbock. Urbana. OH. Polytechnic University of Marche. USA. Chi Zhou. Italy Southern California. Aeronautics AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF CHURNING POWER LOSSES Technological Institute. University of Alaska-Fairbanks. USA HIERARCHY AND ASYMMETRY SQUAT LIFTING MOTION PREDICTION WITH HEAVY LOAD CONSIDERING DYNAMIC STRENGTH OF KNEE JOINT Student Competition Paper. Khalifa University. ROOM 4 1:15PM–2:55PM VIB-4-2: NONLINEAR SYSTEMS AND PHENOMENA II Session Organizer: James Yang. Brazil. NY. USA. DETC2017-67933 Sameh Tawfick. Mike Hurrell. São José dos Campos. Tusset. OH. USA of Technology. Plano. Lubbock. Hai Xu. USA. Ohio State University | OSU. Sterling Heights. Lubbock. AK. Columbus. TX. Alexander Vakakis. of Ancona. Los Angeles. Texas Back Institute. Ponta Grossa. NASA Glenn Research Center. Columbus. Plano. Italy. OF A GEARBOX Rodrigo Tumolin Rocha. Univ. LLC / TFOME II. Ahmet Kahraman. Parana. Poland Jazmin Aguilar. DETC2017-67818 Technical Paper Publication. Fairbanks. Georgia Institute Xiang. Fairbanks. Lubbock. Ancona. Tsz Ho Kwok. Buffalo. Brazil. AK. University of Alaska Fairbanks. MI. DETC2017-68345 Sao Paulo. USA. NY. TX. USA. Atlanta. Michael J. USA. Milford. United Arab Emir. Yokohama. The Ohio State University. Yujiang University of Illinois. University at Buffalo. Avinash Singh. USA LUBRICATED GEAR PAIR CIE-10-2: HUMAN MODELING: METHODS AND APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING II Technical Presentation. Adnan Saeed. IL. Cleveland. USA. OH. Georgia Institute of Technology. Japan CONCOURSE LEVEL. DETC2017-68331 Company. Amherst. California Institute of Technology. General Motors Technical Paper Publication. Texas Tech. ELEMENT METHOD TX. DETC2017-68479 REVIEW Stefano Lenci. James Yang. GA. Jida Huang. Italy. Polytechnic University of Marche. Isador Lieberman. DETC2017-68181 Irebert Delgado. GA. CA. TX. Frederic Conrad Janzen. USA.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 137 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE BASELINE EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ON THE EFFECT OF OIL ANGULAR POSITIONING AND VIBRATION CONTROL OF A SLEWING TEMPERATURE ON SHROUDED MESHED SPUR GEAR WINDAGE FLEXIBLE CONTROL BY APPLYING SMART MATERIALS AND SLIDING POWER LOSS MODES CONTROL Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67780 PHYSIOLOGICAL SPINAL LOADS: A FINITE ELEMENT PILOT STUDY Technical Paper Publication. Lukasz Kloda. MI. Jerzy Warminski. Polytechnic University of Marche. University of Illinois. USA V4PCS: VOLUMETRIC 4PCS ALGORITHM FOR GLOBAL [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-5 ] REGISTRATION BALLROOM LEVEL. Technical Paper Publication. Texas Tech. Atlanta. MI. Pasadena. James Yang. Federal University of Technology – Parana. USA 137 . Mt EFFECTIVITY OF PARTICLE METHOD TO ANALYZE OIL BATH pleasant. USA FREQUENCY-ENERGY DEPENDANCE OF THE BISTABLE NONLINEAR ENERGY SINK COMPARISON OF FATIGUE BEHAVIORS OF SPINAL IMPLANTS UNDER Technical Paper Publication. Angelo M. Federal University of Technology – Parana. ROOM 25B 10:00AM–11:40AM Technical Paper Publication. CA. DETC2017-67965 Matthew D. Technical Paper Publication. David MANUFACTURING MACHINES WITH MODE COUPLING Talbot. DETC2017-67452 Session Organizer: Stefano Lenci. Parana. USA. Texas Tech University.

Clemson University. North Carolina State University. COST. USA. Tokyto. Jensen. China Technical Paper Publication. SUNY. SC. Baltimore. Clemson. Florida. Liu Darshan Yadav. Joshua Summers. Tokyto. North Carolina State University. Pune. DETC2017-68179 PRODUCT RECYCLABILITY Zhou Jianhui. USA Technical Paper Publication. Aachen. MD. TCS. CIE-16-2: KNOWLEDGE CAPTURE. South Carolina. MA. Cam-bridge. Germany. MIT. Guenther EXTRACTED WITH A MACHINING CENTER Schuh. James Madison University. USA. Japan. Germany. ROOM 5 1:15PM–2:55PM Session Organizer: Sara Behdad. James Madison University. Jihong. Mehran Armand. Joshua Ramos. AN IMPROVED NAIVE BAYESIAN CLASSIFIER FOR SEMI- Kyoto. DETC2017-68064 Amol Joshi. Yang Haicheng. Tatebayahsi-shi. Donald E. North Carolina. NC. USA USA. Merle-Hendrikje Jank. Kyotanabe. Japan. Austin Marrs. USA Keiji Ogawa. USA 138 . RELIABILITY. Amherst. Session Organizer: David C. USA A CASE STUDY OF EVOLVABILITY AND EXCESS ON THE B-52 STRATOFORTRESS AND F/A-18 HORNET IMPACT OF CHAINING METHOD AND LEVEL OF COMPLETION ON ACCURACY OF FUNCTION STRUCTURE-BASED MARKET PRICE Technical Paper Publication. Beijing. North Carolina State University. MD. Harrisonburg. Beijing. DETC2017-67950 Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation. Baltimore. Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory/Johns DFMLC-6-1: EMERGING DESIGN FOR X Hopkins University. India. Deep Patel. China FL. Johns Hopkins University. Marcos Esterman. University of Arkansas. Japan STRUCTURING INFORMATION OF MODULAR PRODUCT PLATFORMS FABRICATION OF COMPLEX-SHAPE PRODUCTS FROM A BINDER- Technical Paper Publication. China. Tata Research Development and Design Centre. Japan. Smith. ROOM 21 1:15PM–2:55PM CONCOURSE LEVEL. USA PROCESS DESIGN AND CONTROL METHOD OF LASER VIA HOLE EVALUATING SAMPLING METHODS FOR REUSING KNOWLEDGE DRILLING OF PRINTED WIRING BOARDS BASED ON HIGH SPEED FROM LARGE AND ILL-STRUCTURED QUALITATIVE DATA SETS CAMERA MONITOR Technical Paper Publication. USA (QUALITY. Florida Institute of Technology. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Sreedhar Reddy. Rochester. Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. ETC) AND MANAGEMENT II EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. India USA. Doshisha University. USA. DETC2017-68024 FREE GREEN COMPOSITE USING BAMBOO FIBERS AND POWDERS Elisabeth Schrey. Consultancy Services Limited. Basavarsu. MD. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Cambridge. India. USA MA. DETC2017-68451 Amaninder Gill. Baylor University. NY. Toshiki Harrisonburg. USA Session Co-Organizer: Scott Ferguson. Doshisha University. DETC2017-68287 PREDICTION MODELS Daniel Long. China. Bruce H. DETC2017-68098 Technical Paper Publication. TX. Baltimore. Technical Paper Publication. Aachen. Beijing. Mifuji Kikai Seisakusho Inc.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 138 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF 5-AXIS CRANIAL IMPLANT LASER ONTOLOGY MODEL FOR MECHANICAL SYSTEM REPRESENTATION CUTTING SYSTEM Poster Paper Presentation. RWTH Kota Inoue. Fayetteville. USA. Eiichi Aoyama. Toshiki Hirogaki. Maria Yang. Japan PRODUCT BASED ON MUTUAL INFORMATION UTILIZING DESIGN FOR ASSEMBLY PRINCIPLES TO PREDICT Technical Paper Publication. Michael Riesener. Maharashtra. USA. Pune. Beihang University. DETC2017-67481 Aachen. Rochester Institute of Technology. Ryukoku University. Kyoto. Pune. Maharashtra. United Kingdom AR. David Wallace. REUSE MAINTAINABILITY. Robert Nagel. Joseph Donndelinger. VA. Doshisha University. Beihang University. Jerry Fang. Kyoto. Raleigh. Aachen University. Koji Kanki. Florida Institute of Technology. Scott Ferguson. Clemson University. FL. MA. Laurel. Greg Schmidt. Tata Joshua Liu. Japan. India. Kyotanabe-shi. DETC2017-67964 Technical Paper Publication. University at Buffalo. DETC2017-68496 Technical Paper Publication. James Van Zhuoxuan Li. NC. MD. North Carolina. USA WHY OPEN SOURCE? EXPLORING THE MOTIVATIONS OF USING AN UNCOVERING HIDDEN COSTS IN R&D OUTSOURCING: A CASE STUDY OPEN MODEL FOR HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT Technical Paper Publication. Germany Japan. DETC2017-67223 Jacob Nelson. MA. SC. USA.. Kyotanabe-shi. Cambridge. Hiromichi AUTOMATICALLY GENERATING R&D KNOWLEDGE MAP OF COMPLEX Nobe. Melbourne. NC. Maharashtra. Waco. USA. USA. Antoine Bigeard. Doshihsa University. Bortel. G. New York. University of Massachusetts. Kyoto. Eiichi Aoyama. DETC2017-68195 Richard Gruszewski. Tata Consultancy Services. Cambridge. Beshoy Morkos. Gunma. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Ryukoku University. Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Warren Seering. Hirogaki. Pune. Kyotanabe. Session Co-Organizer: Ian Grosse. Prasenjit Das. RWTH Aachen University. Chad Gordon. MA. Gautham Ryan Murphy. VA. USA. Keiji Ogawa. Thresh.

Adam Salvador Mayoral. USA. Session Co-Organizer: Maria Yang.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 139 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE DFMLC-10-1: DESIGN OF SUSTAINABLE GAMING METHODS FOR COLLECTIVE SYSTEMS DESIGN THEORY ENERGY SYSTEMS Technical Presentation. USA Alice Agogino. El Cerrito. Liangyi Nie. lanzhou University of Technical. Daniel Lim. DETC2017-67527 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Fullerton. University at Buffalo. Idaho Falls. CA. Sara Behdad. DETC2017-68535 Ardeshir Raihanian Mashhadi. West Lafayette. lanzhou. USA. Kamran London. USA. Amin Mirkouei. Berkeley. USA Deborah Thurston. Stevens Institute of Technology. USA MR-1-5: SYNTHESIS AND ANALYSIS Fullerton. USA COMPARING THE VALIDITY AND UTILITY OF CREATIVITY METRICS IN New York. CA. ROOM 20 1:15PM–2:55PM Jun Wang. MD. Sean Lin. USA DEMYSTIFYING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN USE-PHASE HOW THINGS CHANGE: A COMPARISON OF CUSTOMER ATTRIBUTES AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION: A CASE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY EVALUATIONS OF VEHICLE PERSONAL COMPUTERS SILHOUETTES NOW AND SEVEN YEARS AGO Technical Paper Publication. Berkeley. USA. California State University Fullerton. ID. MA. University Park. Tennessee Session Organizer: Gregory Mocko. Hubei. TRENDS DURING CONCEPT-STAGE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN MULTI-MATERIAL PROSTHETIC HANDS FOR CHILDREN Technical Paper Publication. USA. DETC2017-67897 Park. CA. Jinfeng Sun. University of California. University of Maryland. Linz. USA Session Organizer: Joseph Piacenza. Johannes Kepler University. College Park. ID. California. Berkeley. Daxing Zhao. lanzhou. USA. Austria Technical Paper Publication. Salvador Mayoral. University at Buffalo. NY. USA Quan Wang. The Pennsylvania State University. NJ. Clemson. Sam Hunter. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. China USA UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF POST OCCUPANCY USAGE DESIGN AND FABRICATION METHODOLOGY FOR CUSTOMIZABLE. Idaho Falls. USA. IN. MIT. California State University Alex McKay. DETC2017-68520 Session Co-Organizer: Amin Mirkouei. Musashino. California State University Fullerton. ENGINEERING DESIGN RESEARCH New York. DETC2017-67423 METHODOLOGY Technical Presentation. Zhe He. Cookeville. University Technical Paper Publication. CA. Bahaa Albarhami. University of Idaho. Tokyo. Chengcheng Zhang. DETC2017-68567 TRENDS IN SUSTAINABLE HOUSING DESIGNS Scarlett Miller. PA. CA. DETC2017-67825 Technical Presentation. PA. Chicago. Purdue University. Euiyoung Kim. Youyi Bi. DETC2017-68528 Joseph Piacenza. California State University Fullerton. TN. DETC2017-68469 139 Shuichi Fukuda. State University of Tahira Reid. Elizabeth Starkey. United Kingdom Kardel. United Kingdom UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE ZONES FOR OCCUPANCY Technical Presentation. Fullerton. CA. CA. DETC2017-68521 Yuqiao Zheng. Institute of Robotics. ROOM 9 1:15PM–2:55PM BIOENERGY PRODUCTION FROM TERRESTRIAL AND ALGAE FEEDSTOCKS Session Organizer: Andreas Mueller. Jun Ren. Hubei University of Technology. Fuge. Gansu. Statesboro. Yongyong Cao. China INTRINSICALLY ACTIVATING DESIGN Technical Presentation. University Park. CA. DETC2017-67014 Session Co-Organizer: Jian Dai. Hoboken. California. Keio University. Japan . Kwun-Lon Ting. Technology. DETC2017-68500 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. The Pennsylvania State University. Lanzhou University of Mark D. CA. ID. Joseph Piacenza. Hubei. USA Technological University. USA REMADE Technical Presentation. ROOM 22 1:15PM–2:55PM Paul T. China. Penn State. USA EQUIVALENT FIVE-BAR LINKAGES FOR THE SINGULARITY ANALYSIS DTM-14-1: NEW AND EMERGING TRENDS IN OF TWO-DOF SEVEN-BAR LINKAGES DESIGN THEORY Technical Paper Publication. Clemson University. Georgia Southern University. SUNY. Sean Lin. SC. Hubei University of Technology. USA. Grogan. University of California. California State University Hutz. ID. Bahaa Albarhami. DETC2017-67461 Technical Presentation. Cambridge. China. Amherst. University of Idaho. Wuhan. USA OPTIMIZATION OF WIND TURBINE BLADES CONSIDERING THE SPECIFIC WINDS IMPLICATIONS OF DATA-DRIVEN MODELS FOR DESIGN THEORY AND Technical Paper Publication. University of California. Fullerton. Hubei University of Technology. China. A NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITY FOR DESIGN RESEARCHERS– California. USA. Kings College-University of London. Berkeley. GA. PA. Berkeley. College Park. USA ENHANCE SUSTAINABILITY BENEFITS THROUGH SCALING-UP EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL.

Cookeville.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 140 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE ON OFFER SHAI’S CONTRIBUTION TO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING FORWARD KINEMATICS OF 3-RPS PARALLEL MECHANISMS USING AND DESIGN CONFORMAL GEOMETRIC ALGEBRA Technical Paper Publication. India Session Co-Organizer: Maria Alba Perez Gracia. USA DRIVE WITH CUP FLEXSPLINE BASED ON SPATIAL DEFORMATION SLIP PREDICTION OF SKID-STEER MOBILE ROBOTS IN Technical Paper Publication. Michael Ying Zhang. China. Stephen Canfield. USA. TN. Simon Laudahn. DETC2017-67832 Session Organizer: James Schmiedeler. Zoppi. Ranjan Jha. TN. Garching. Israel. Cristiano Nattero. Canada MODELING AND CONTROL OF AN AERIAL ROBOCRANE USING A WIRE DRIVEN SYSTEM KINEMATICS AND WORKSPACE ANALYSIS OF A 3PPPS PARALLEL ROBOT WITH U-SHAPED BASE Technical Paper Publication. Technical University Notre Dame. Mechanical Engineering. Franz Irlinger. Naoufel Azouz. Japan USA. Edinburgh. Azgal Abichou. France. Lotfi Beji. Kim. USA MULTI-GOAL PATH PLANNING FOR ROBOTIC AGENTS WITH MR-2-4: PARALLEL SYSTEMS DISCRETE-STEP LOCOMOTION EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-68222 Technical Paper Publication. Canada. United MR-6-3: MOBILE AND SPATIAL ROBOTS Kingdom A FLEXIBLE DISCRETE BUILDING BLOCK SYNTHESIS APPROACH AS [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-16 ] BASIS FOR THE DESIGN OF PLANAR LINKAGES EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. China THE ASME MECHANISMS AND ROBOTICS CONFERENCES AN 68224 OVERVIEW OF SIXTY-FOUR YEARS OF SUCCESS Technical Paper Publication. Lynchburg. Tianji. USA MECHANISM SOLUTIONS OF INTERVAL SYSTEMS FOR UNDER-CONSTRAINED AND Technical Paper Publication. Tokyo Institute of Technology. Tennessee Tech. Stephen Zuccaro. USA of Munich. Israel Posts and Telecommunications. China. ID. DETC2017-67809 Xin Ge. Xinghai Liang. Tristan Hill. DETC2017-67130 Yao Hong. Brooklyn. Cleveland. Tel Aviv University. Dan Simon. Queens University. Stony Brook University. DETC2017-67549 Technical Paper Publication. Gordon Pennock. Mount Pleasant. Anurag Purwar. Tianjin Polytechnic USA. Polytechnique Montreal. China Tennessee Technological University. New York University. USA Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68540 REDUNDANT PARALLEL MANIPULATORS Ernur Karadogan. No. University. Kingston. IN. University of Notre Dame. Evry- Technical Paper Publication. Japan. Japan. Dimiter Zlatanov. Chennai. USA Technical Paper Publication. Pocatello. DETC2017-67798 Fida Benabdallah. Germany DOUBLE CIRCULAR-ARC TOOTH PROFILE DESIGN OF HARMONIC Session Co-Organizer: Joo H. 399 Bin Shui Xi Road. University of Genova. ON. Brian DeJong. Tel-Aviv. DETC2017-67091 Leila Notash. Tokyo Institute of Technology. Italy. Qiaode Jeffrey Ge. Nantes. IN. USA RELATIVE NAVIGATION OF NON-COOPERATIVE SPACE TARGET BASED ON MULTIPLE COOPERATIVE SPACE ROBOTS FINITE POSITION SYNTHESIS OF 5-SS PLATFORM LINKAGES INCLUDING PARTIALLY SPECIFIED JOINT LOCATIONS Technical Paper Publication. Tianjin Polytechnic University. Heriot-watt University. Ecole La Marsa. Tel-Aviv University. Indiana. Tunisia Polytechnique. Italy. Beijing. Idaho State University. NY. Cleveland State University. Cookeville. Scotland Genoa. DETC2017-68229 Yukio Takeda. Beijing University of Slavutin. Purdue University. TN. Tokyo. France. Matteo Session Organizer: Xianwen Kong. Montreal. Elad Hahn. Polytechnic School of Tunis. Tianjin. Jingzhong Xing. Tianjin. Genoa. Central Michigan University. Tianjin Polytechnic University. DETC2017-67202 MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENTS Technical Paper Publication. Tel Aviv. CNRS/LS2N. Yunpeng Yao. Damien Chablat. Italy. University of Evry. DETC2017-68312 Xiaoxia Chen. University of Genoa. Qizheng Liao. ROOM 10 1:15PM–2:55PM Technical Paper Publication. University of Genoa. Robotic Technologies of Tennessee. Jian Dai. MI. Kings College-University of London. DETC2017-67087 Courcouronnes. DETC2017-67489 Yoram Reich. Montreal. Luc Baron. London. Sreekumar Muthuswamy. Duanling Li. Tokyo 152-8552. Shimin Wei. DETC2017-68011 Keerthi Sagar. NY. OH. Xi Qing District. QC. Pengpeng Yang. QC. Canada 140 . Stony DESIGN OF A SPHERICAL ROBOT WITH CABLE-ACTUATED DRIVING Brook. Kassim Abdul-Sater. ROOM 11 1:15PM–2:55PM Technical Paper Publication. IITD&M.

USA EXPERIMENTAL EXPLORATION OF SCHALLAMACH WAVES IN A Makkah Province. Jeddah. DETC2017-68531 FOR ROTORDYNAMICS COMPONENTS USING INNOVATIVE Keivan Asadi. MI. Columbus. DETC2017-67061 Enrico Meli. China MULTI-THRESHOLD ACCELERATION SWITCH EMPLOYING MAGNETIC- COMPLIANT SELF-LOCKING MECHANISMS ANALYSIS. Florence. Bourgogne Franche-Comte. King Abdullah MULTIBODY BELT-DRIVE DYNAMICAL SYSTEM University of Science and Technology. Yu Huang. Thuwal. Technical Presentation. Saudi Arabia China NONLINEAR AMPLITUDE RESPONSE BASED THRESHOLD MASS FLEGX: A JUMPING FLEXIBLE ROBOTIC LEG SENSOR WITH COMBINATIVE PIEZOELECTRIC CANTILEVER Student Competition Paper. University of Maryland. USA EXPLOITING NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF MEMS RESONATORS FOR FILTER APPLICATIONS DYNAMIC STUDY ON THE DEPLOYMENT OF A RING TRUSS Technical Paper Publication. Florence University. Thuwal. Leamy. Renjing Gao. Haiyan Hu. DETC2017-67829 Mariapaola D’Imperio. Hanna Cho. China Session Organizer: Radu Serban. OH. The Ohio State University. College Park. Polverigi (AN). BALLROOM LEVEL. USA INTEGRATING 3D STRESS ANALYSIS WITH FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY Besançon. DETC2017-68094 STRUCTURE Daniele Ludovico. DETC2017-67814 QUANTIFICATION IN DYNAMIC SYSTEMS Jian Zhao. Mohammad Younis. OH. Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia. ROOM 26A 1:15PM–2:55PM Dalian. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST). Michael J. GA. Andrea Rindi. College Park. Qiang Tian. Genova. Simone Corbò.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 141 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE MNS-2-4: NONLINEAR RESONANT DEVICES – MSNDC-3-3: FLEXIBLE MULTIBODY BIFURCATION BASED APPLICATIONS DYNAMICS – 3 [ Cross-listed with VIB-12 ] BALLROOM LEVEL. University of Wisconsin Madison. Thuwal. USA. Thuwal. Lappeenranta University of Session Organizer: Jian Zhao. University of Maryland. Dalian. DETC2017-67537 Technical Paper Publication. Atlanta. Italy 141 . USA Technical Paper Publication. King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. ROOM 13 1:15PM–2:55PM Session Organizer: Grzegorz Orzechowski. Dalian University of Ferdinando Cannella. Michigan State University. Makkah Province. USA INNOVATIVE STRUCTURAL TOPOLOGY OPTIMIZATION APPROACH Technical Presentation. USA. Saudi Arabia. MD. MATERIALS AND NEW MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES Snehan Peshin. MD. King Abdullah University of Science and Student Competition Paper. Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia. AND UNCERTAINTY Technical Presentation. and Technology (KAUST). Florence. Florence. Session Co-Organizer: Najib Kacem. Lappeenranta. East Lansing. SENSITIVITY Technology. ROOM 26C 1:15PM–2:55PM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. France SCALABLE PRESSURE SENSOR BASED ON ELECTROTHERMALLY DYNAMICS SIMULATION OPERATED RESONATOR Technical Paper Publication. General Electric Nuovo Pignone. Dalian University of Technology. University of Florence. Florence University. College Park. Italy. Junghoon Yeom. Saudi Arabia. WI. Saudi Arabia. USA. Atlanta. Italy MSNDC-8-1: OPTIMIZATION. DETC2017-67863 REFLECTOR ANTENNA Technical Presentation. Md Abdullah Al Hafiz. A COMPREHENSIVE INVESTIGATION ON NONLINEAR RESONANCE Madison. Nouha Alcheikh. Torino. MD. Italy. Univ. Finland China Session Co-Organizer: Shilei Han. Renjing Gao. Politecnico di Torino. Columbus. King Abdullah University of Science & Technology. Jian Zhao. DETC2017-67824 Technology. Shutian Liu. Italy. Beijing Institute of Technology. Georgia Institute of Technology. Italy. USA BEHAVIOR IN AN INTENTIONALLY NONLINEARIZED Session Co-Organizer: Yan Wang. Enrico Boccini. Yu Huang. Florence. Georgia Institute of Technology. Amal Z. The Ohio State University. Shilei Han. Mohammad Younis. DETC2017-68090 Saad Ilyas. Giuseppe Lurisci. MICROCANTILEVER-POLYMER SYSTEM GA. Dalian. DETC2017-67785 Olivier Bauchau. Dalian University of Technology. Saudi Arabia. Maryland 20742. Torino (Piemonte). University of Maryland. Saudi Arabia Yingdan Wu. Michael Varenberg. Italy. Technology. Hajjaj. Beijing. King Abdullah University of Science Pei Li. Junfeng Li.

University of Texas at Arlington. General Motors. ROOM 26-B 1:15PM–2:55PM Alfonso Callejo. MODELING HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTION DURING A POINTING Chongqing. PTG-5-1: GEAR MANUFACTURING (1) Wichita. KS. Texas Tech. University of Maryland. Lulu Wu. OH. DETC2017-68505 Technical Presentation. Cleveland State University. Anders Andersen Shabbir Memon. NY. Sai Prasad Nooka. Wichita. USA. Yu Wu. Session Organizer: Dan Negrut. Olivier Bauchau. Aarhus University. University of Pisa. Dublin. Denmark USA MULTISCALE-THERMOSTAT FOR FAST TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED DIRECT SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS FOR HYBRID ODE SYSTEM WITH NON. University of Texas at Arlington. Cleveland State University. Miami University. Jiachun Lin. China PREDICTIVE SIMULATIONS OF GAIT PREDICT LARGER FOOT NON-CIRCULAR GEAR SHAVING MOTION CONTROL STUDY BASED CLEARANCE IN A STOCHASTIC ENVIRONMENT ON THE EGB Technical Presentation. Rochester. Hefei. Yujiang Xiang. USA CLIMBING STUDY ON THE PITCH ERROR IN THE INITIAL STAGE OF GEAR ROLLING PROCESS Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67619 Anne Koelewijn. DETC2017-67048 Pisa. USA [ Cross-listed with VIB-14 ] Session Co-Organizer: Carlos Wink. Chagdes. USA. Wichita State University. Wright State University. TX. Adrian Sandu. Sterling Heights. OH. Virginia Tech. Pacific Technical Paper Publication. Hamid Lankarani. van den Bogert. Linghao Zhang. ROOM 16 1:15PM–2:55PM MSNDC-9-1: APPLICATIONS IN BIOMECHANICS Session Organizer: Avinash Singh. Session Co-Organizer: Ole Balling. Arlington. Hongfang Chen. Madison. Chongqing University. MI. DETC2017-68499 Technical Presentation. VA. MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SMOOTH CONTACTS Technical Presentation. Rui Liu. OH. Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-67946 Ashley Guy. Miami University. Beijing. DETC2017-68158 Frederik Foldager. Hefei University of Cleveland. Joseph Houpt. OH. DETC2017-67865 Gabriel Hepner.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 142 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF BEAM CROSS-SECTION STIFFNESS USING MSNDC-12-1: MULTI-PHYSICS IN MULTIBODY ADJOINT METHOD SYSTEMS AND NONLINEAR DYNAMICS Technical Paper Publication. DETC2017-68508 142 Sandra Hnat. TX. Xiaoqing Tian. Italy Ziyong Ma. USA. Miami University. University of Alaska-Fairbanks. USA USA. Li Wang. USA Session Co-Organizers: James R. Jiang Han. College Park. MI. Francesca Di Puccio. KS. Fairbanks. Chagdes. Antonie J. WA. Alan Bowling. Sebastien Corner. Leslie Blaha. USA. USA SIMULATION OF THE SEABED INSTALLATION OF A SUCTION BUCKET SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF CORROSION PARAMETERS AND FOUNDATION USING SMOOTHED PARTICLE HYDRODYNAMICS RELIABILITY BASED DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION FOR PIPE-LINES Technical Presentation. USA BALLROOM LEVEL. Lian Xia. USA Achyuth Kothuru. Matilde Tomasi. China TASK DESIGN OF AN AUTOMATIC TOOTH SURFACE GRINDING BURN SCANNING SYSTEM FOR BEVEL GEARS Technical Presentation. USA. Yuanxin Luo. Dayton. Oxford. Yongqin Wang. USA . Antonie J. TX. Richland. MD. Obaidur Rahman Mohammed. USA. Cleveland. Wichita State University. Zhaoyao Shi. University of Maryland.. WI. USA Technology. Corina Sandu. OH. Hampton. KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF THE LOLOTTE TECHNIQUE IN ROCK Rochester Institute of Technology. Eaton Corp. Boris Diskin. James R. College Park. DETC2017-68319 Technical Presentation. Beijing Oxford. USA Blacksburg. Lubbock. van den Bogert. China NEUROMUSCULAR REFLEX CONTROLLERS FOR A POWERED EXOSKELETON AND THEIR ABILITY TO RESPOND TO MECHANICAL PERTURBATIONS Technical Presentation. USA University of Technology. Aarhus. Maryland 20742. Technical Paper Publication. National Institute of Aerospace. DETC2017-67846 BALLROOM LEVEL. VA. AK. DETC2017-67613 Northwest National Laboratory. Arlington. DETC2017-67595 Alessio Artoni. Portage. MD. DETC2017-68067 USA. USA EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. University of Wisconsin. ROOM 25C 1:15PM–2:55PM APPLICATION OF AUDIBLE SOUND SIGNALS FOR TOOL WEAR MONITORING AND WORKPIECE HARDNESS IDENTIFICATION IN GEAR MILLING USING MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES Session Organizer: James Yang. OH. Patricia Iglesias Victoria.

China . ROOM 26A 3:15PM–4:15PM SIGNATURE IN GEAR BEARING DRIVE TRANSMISSIONS Technical Paper Publication. Cincinnati. OH. China. USA DESIGN OF A REAL-TIME DYNAMIC TEST BENCH FOR TESTING AND APPLICATION OF PARAMETRIC REDUCED ORDER MODELS FOR DEVELOPING A NOVEL SEAMLESS TWO-SPEED TRANSMISSION FOR COMBINING OPERATIONAL SPEED AND MISTUNING EFFECTS ELECTRIC VEHICLES Technical Presentation. DETC2017-67179 Ryan Wilber. Boston. Bing-Kui Chen. SENSITIVITY Shu-yan Wang. OH. USA. Tsinghua University. DETC2017-67015 Turki Haj Mohamad. NY. Shaanxi. PA. [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-7 ] USA. Cleveland. USA. Federal University of Uberlândia. Eric Kurstak. USA. China IDENTIFYING STIFFNESS. C. WI. Madison. Tobias Souza Session Organizer: Irebert Delgado. Yanzhao Mi. State College. Northwestern Kwuimy. Robert Bill. Jiahao Chen. MI. China Villanova University. Haijun Song. USA. USA BALLROOM LEVEL. Bogdan Epureanu. Brazil DISCRIMINATION OF MULTIPLE FAULTS IN BEARINGS USING 23-3. Los Angeles. Fei Li. MA. University of Wisconsin. USA MOVING IN THE RAIN: SHOULD WE RUN OR SHOULD WE WALK? OH. Long Chen. Xing Chen. Northeastern University. DETC2017-68185 Tanmay Mathur. Uberlândia. OH. Villanova. Villanova University. University of Michigan. FRICTION. Dan Negrut. Fulei Chu. DETC2017-68375 Technical Paper Publication. NASA Glenn Research Center MS Federal University of Uberlândia. OH. Jin Ding. CA. USA MSNDC-8-2: OPTIMIZATION. DETC2017-67005 Technical Paper Publication. USA ANALYSIS OF INTERNAL-EXTERNAL STRAIGHT BEVEL GEAR MESH IN A PERICYCLIC DRIVE A DYNAMIC SYSTEM APPROACH TO THE DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT Technical Paper Publication. Chongqing. Arman Pazouki. DETC2017-67027 China 143 Jing Liu. Villanova University. Minas Gerais. Nataraj. Ann Arbor. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Shengnan Fang. WI. China LIGHTWEIGHT RESEARCH ON HOISTING MECHANISM OF BRIDGE PRACTICES FOR INTEGRALLY GEARED COMPRESSORS CRANE BASED ON STATIC METHOD Technical Paper Publication. Yimin Shao. China. Zhongjian Tian. The Ohio State University. Hui-yun Zhu. ROOM 15 1:15PM–2:55PM Leandro de Souza Leão. Madison. Atlanta. USA.. Michael Moeller Jr. DETC2017-68456 A NUMERICAL STUDY ON VIBRATIONS OF A ROLLER BEARING WITH A SURFACE CRACK IN THE RACES Sha Wei. China. Chongqing University. Smith. Park. Beijing. Georgia Institute of Technology. Zhi-Ke Peng. University of Wisconsin – Madison. USA VIB-8-2: ROTATING SYSTEMS AND ROTOR Student Competition Paper. Aldemir Aparecido Cavalini Jr. Edward C. DETC2017-67418 Dhruv Kumar. CONTACT MECHANICS AND ELASTOHYDRODYNAMIC LUBRICATION Madison. Xi’an. Villanova. Polytechnical University. Minas Gerais. DETC2017-67445 Session Organizer: Yan Wang. ANALYSIS. Zhenjiang. Kiran D’Souza. Rocky River. Los Angeles. USA Elias Brassitos. Shanghai. Brazil. University of Wisconsin Madison. Boyang Shi. PA. The Pennsylvania State University.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 143 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE PTG-8-1: TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS FAULT DETECTION IN ROTATING MACHINERY BY USING THE MODAL INCLUDING NOVEL CONCEPTS (1) STATE OBSERVER APPROACH Technical Paper Publication. PA. Tsinghua University. Session Co-Organizer: Timothy Krantz. University Xingyu Li. USA Session Co-Organizer: Radu Serban. AND KINEMATIC ERROR BALLROOM LEVEL.. ROOM 25A 1:15PM–2:55PM EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON DYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF GEARED Session Organizer: C. Chongqing University. PA. Penn State University. São Paulo.. Cleveland. USA THE STUDY OF PARAMETERS MATCHING TECHNOLOGY FOR DENSITY-BASED ORTHOGONAL FUNCTIONS OF THE TIME RESPONSE INTEGRATED STARTER GENERATOR Technical Paper Publication. Technical Paper Publication. Zhifeng Shi. Truong Sinh Nguyen. PA. California State University. The Pennsylvania State University. USA CASE STUDY VALIDATION OF COMMON TORSIONAL ROTORDYNAMIC Tai. NASA Glenn Research Center. DETC2017-68001 OF MODULAR MILITARY VEHICLE FLEETS Technical Presentation. Cedrick Yong Zhou. Ann Arbor. Yanting Han. DETC2017-68379 DYNAMICS II Michal Kwarta. Jian Song. USA. Brazil. AND UNCERTAINTY Chongqing. USA SYSTEM WITH UNCERTAINTIES Technical Presentation. Liming Chang. Lu-Yuan Lv. Nataraj. University of Michigan. Nader Jalili. University of Cincinnati. USA Gilberto Pechoto de Melo. Valder Steffen Jr. DETC2017-67044 EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Zhenjiang. DETC2017-67786 Technical Paper Publication. Morais. MI. GA. Philadelphia. Xing-Jian Dong. Jiangsu University of QUANTIFICATION IN DYNAMIC SYSTEMS Science and Technology. Ingersoll Rand. UNESP. Beijing. Jiangsu University of Science and Technology. Wen-Ming Zhang. Buffalo. Yuzhuo Columbus. WI.

p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 144 Technical Program Wednesday IDETC/CIE MSNDC-14-1: ANALYTICAL AND PTG-5-2: GEAR MANUFACTURING (2) PERTURBATION METHODS EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-68545 Quinn. United Arab Emir Technical Presentation. Xueliang Li. AZ. University of Arizona. David G. Raba Axle Ltd. Session Organizer: Kiran D’Souza. Northwestern Polytechnical Shunzhou Huang. Iwasa Tech. ROOM 16 3:15PM–4:15PM [ Cross-listed with VIB-17 ] Session Organizer: Karsten Stahl. Wadsworth. Hungary EMPHASIS ON MODE COUPLING MACHINING METHOD OF LARGE-SIZED CYLINDRICAL WORM GEAR WITH NEIMAN PROFILE USING CNC MACHINING CENTER Student Competition Paper. Sahand Sabet. Xiaofeng Li. Cleveland. Shanghai. USA DYNAMIC STIFFNESS MODEL OF PLANETARY ROLLER SCREW MECHANISM WITH CLEARANCE. Tucson. Sterling Heights. USA. Jibin Hu. DETC2017-67887 Student Competition Paper. Tucson. DETC2017-68085 Zengxiong Peng. ROOM 15 3:15PM–4:15PM EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Shanghai Xi’an. Niigata University. AZ. Jue Yu. Xinmin Lai. China A 3D MULTI-BODY DYNAMICS MODEL FOR CHAIN-TYPE KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS COMPARISON BETWEEN THREE CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE UNIT PARALLEL ROBOTS FOR LOWER EXTREMITY REHABILITATION Technical Paper Publication. Hao Wang. Technical University of Munich. Northwestern Polytechnical University. Xi’an. University of Arizona. Adnan Saeed. China China Session Co-Organizer: Steve Siegert. Yong Zhao. Niigata. Switzerland MSNDC-16-1: DYNAMICS & CONTROL OF PTG-8-2: TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS ROBOTIC SYSTEMS INCLUDING NOVEL CONCEPTS (2) [ Cross-listed with MR-6 ] EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. Beijing University of Technology. China GEAR CUTTING PARAMETERS EFFECT ON NOISE CHARACTERISTIC OH. Abu Dhabi. Khalifa University. Arman Dabiri. USA Kazumasa Kawasaki. Technical Presentation. Shanghai Jiao Tong University. OH. Armstrong. BorgWarner. USA. China. DETC2017-68509 Beijing. Cleveland State University. General Motors. Chongqing. DETC2017-68437 United Arab Emir. van den Bogert. Japan OSCILLATORS MODIFICATION OF SURFACE STRUCTURE AND GEOMETRY ON GEARS Technical Paper Publication. Shanghai. Chongqing University. Akron. Ithaca. Khalifa University. Germany BALLROOM LEVEL. Shaanxi. Funabashi. DETC2017-67917 Allen Mathis. China. Reishauer AG. University. Antonie J. MI. The University of Akron. Shanghai Aerospace Equipment Manufacturer. Wallisellen. Cheng Peng. Columbus. Niigata. DETC2017-68357 Mohammad Hotait. P. Japan. Nikravesh. OH. Abu Dhabi. Isamu ANALYTICAL TREATMENT FOR BISTABLE NONLINEARLY COUPLED Tsuji. NY. Zurich. DETC2017-67747 Shangjun Ma. The Ohio State University. Technical Presentation. USA OF HEAVY DUTY AXLE DRIVE LINE COMPONENTS Session Co-Organizer: Mohammad AL-Shudeifat. Tucson. Beijing. USA. Walter Graf. ROOM 10 3:15PM–4:15PM Session Organizer: Bing-kui Chen. Zsolt Varga. DETC2017-67762 Mohammad AL-Shudeifat. China Jiao Tong University. OH. ROOM 26B 3:15PM–4:15PM Session Co-Organizer: Jiachun Lin. Co. Pontiac. USA 144 . USA A NOVEL DESIGN METHOD FOR POWER SHIFTING TRANSMISSION OF PARALLEL HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE RAMP Perturbation Tests Are Too Simple To Identify a Realistic Controller in Human Standing Balance Technical Presentation.. GEOMETRY ERRORS AND ROLLING- THE REALIZATION OF DESIRED STIFFNESS OF PARALLEL SLIDING FRICTION MECHANISM BY ADDING REDUNDANTLY-ACTUATED LIMBS Technical Paper Publication. University of General Motors. Beijing Institute of Technology. DETC2017-67488 Technical Paper Publication. Avinash Singh. USA Arizona. Geng Liu. AZ. AZ. Tucson. USA Session Co-Organizer: Mohammad Poursina. Dane Technical Presentation. USA. DETC2017-68542 ANALYSIS OF SYSTEMS WITH GENERALIZED LIGHT DAMPING WITH Mark Lelkes. Ltd. China Huawei Wang. University of Arizona. MI. D. Mohammad Poursina. Session Organizer: Hao Wang. Shanghai.

Dane Quinn. TX. USA VIB-11-1: EMERGING SYSTEMS AND KNEE CONTACT CHARACTERISTICS DURING DROP LANDING APPLICATIONS – I EXERCISE BALLROOM LEVEL. USA Session Co-Organizer: Davide Piovesan. TX. USA STRESS ANALYSIS OF A TOUCHDOWN BEARING HAVING AN Technical Paper Publication. PA. DETC2017-67774 Davide Piovesan. ROOM 25C 3:15PM–4:15PM Technical Paper Publication. Czech Republic Valley. Lappeenranta University of Technology. Salinas. Japan [ Cross-listed with MNS-8-1 and MNS-2 ] EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL. DETC2017-67118 Ludek Pesek. Erie. George Chiu. DETC2017-68277 David Tan. Alper Erturk. Vitezslav Bula. Finland. Toronto. Oshawa. Finland NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF DRY FRICTION DAMPING EFFECT OF TIE. University of Texas Rio Grande Thermomechanics AS CR. Akron. Jussi Sopanen. Tokyo. University of Ontario Institute of Technology. ON.i. Ladislav Pust. Edinburg. ROOM 25A 3:15PM–4:15PM CHAOTIC FLEXURAL OSCILLATIONS OF EMBEDDED NON-LOCAL NANOTUBES SUBJECTED TO AXIAL HARMONIC FORCE Session Organizer: C. USA INTRINSICALLY ACTIVATING DESIGN Loughborough University. Purdue University. Erie. DETC2017-67614 Dumitru Caruntu. DETC2017-68469 MEMS/NEMS Shuichi Fukuda. OH. GA. Steve J. USA BALLROOM LEVEL. Ricardo Moreno. Session Organizer: Venkat Ramakrishnan. FCA US LLC. Abu Dhabi. Keio University. USA MHZ-FREQUENCY TUNABLE PIECEWISE-LINEAR ELECTRO- MECHANICAL RESONATOR REALIZED VIA NONLINEAR FEEDBACK Technical Presentation. v. Lappeenranta. TX. West Lafayette. IN. Edinburg. Nader Dolatabadi. USA. Auburn Hills. Czech Republic. MI. Canada. PA. DETC2017-68317 ARTIFICIAL CRACK Zia Saadatnia. Ebrahim Technical Paper Publication. Rothberg. PA. Villanova. Jeffrey Rhoads. DETC2017-68240 Nikhil Bajaj.i. Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. ON. Lapeenranta. v. USA USA Session Co-Organizer: D. Gannon University. University of Toronto. Atlanta. Institute of Thermomechanics of the CAS. DETC2017-68485 Technical Paper Publication. United Kingdom VIB-12-1: VIBRATIONS ISSUES IN Technical Presentation. DETC2017-68459 Technical Paper Publication. Mohammad Al-Shudeifat. Edinburg. BIOMECHANICAL SYSTEMS I BOSS COUPLINGS ON THREE BLADE BUNDLE [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-9 ] BALLROOM LEVEL. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.p56-145 Sessions_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:43 PM Page 145 Wednesday Technical Program IDETC/CIE VIB-8-3: ROTATING SYSTEMS AND ROTOR ON THE ORIGIN OF THE NONCLASSICAL SOFTENING NONLINEARITY DYNAMICS III IN MEMS/NEMS CANTILEVERS [ Cross-listed with MSNDC-7 ] Student Competition Paper. IN. USA HUMAN LOWER LIMB JOINT CENTERS OF ROTATION FROM United Arab Emir. Nataraj. Georgia Institute of Technology. Lappeenranta University of Technology. Neda Neisi.. PA. ROOM 13 3:15PM–4:15PM Session Organizer: Jeffrey Rhoads. USA FLEXIBLE NEEDLE DEFLECTION: EQUATIONS AND EXPERIMENT IN AN EDUCATIONAL FRAMEWORK A NEW TYPE OF NES: ROTARY VIBRO-IMPACT Technical Presentation. DETC2017-67750 Esmailzadeh. Khalifa University. Jordan Felice. ROOM 25B 3:15PM–4:15PM Technical Paper Publication. Institute of Session Organizer: Dumitru Caruntu. Jose M.v. Purdue University. Prague.. Erie. Gannon University. West Lafayette. Lake Adnan Saeed. Villanova University. Heikkinen. Stephanos Theodossiades. DETC2017-67787 Dumitru Caruntu. Prague.v. Canada VIB-14-1: DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF Eerik Sikanen. Loughborough. USA 145 . POWER LOSS INVESTIGATION IN AN INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE EXPERIMENTAL DATA FOR SAGITTAL PLANE MODEL PISTON EQUIPPED WITH A NONLINEAR ENERGY ABSORBER Technical Presentation. Janne E. University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Jan Cibulka.

DAC-6-1 AGOGINO ADRIAN MR-8-7 ARMSTRONG DAVID G. ARORA MADHAV DAC-4-1. BAILEY WILLIAM CIE-12-1 VIB-4-2. DFMLC-4-1. ADAMS DAVIS CIE-6-2 DTM-11-2 AFKHAMI ZAHRA MNS-6-2 ARMAND MEHRAN CIE-10-2 AFZALI FATEMEH VIB-16-1 ARMSTRONG ANDREW CIE-6-4.N. MNS-2-4 AL HOSANI HANAN MSNDC-7-1 ASCHENBRENNER DORIS CIE-22-2 ALAGOZ BARIS BAYKANT MESA-6-3 ATES ABDULLAH MESA-6-3 ALANEN JARMO CIE-15-1 ATLURI V. VIB-10-2 ALLISON JAMES DAC-2-1. MSNDC-16-1 AGOGINO ALICE CIE-14-1. VIB-4-2 146 ANDREYKA ELIZABETH DAC-9-2 BANE NATHAN J. A. MNS-6-1 BALL ZACHARY DAC-1-1. MR-7-1 ARPONEN TEIJO MR-2-3 AGUILAR JAZMIN CIE-10-2 ARTONI ALESSIO MSNDC-9-1. BABAZ MATHIEU MSNDC-5-2 DTM-11-2 BABILIO ENRICO MSNDC-5-2 ALLEN JASON T. MSNDC-2-2. VIB-5-2 ALLEN MATTHEW VIB-6-1 BACKUS SPENCER MR-8-3 ALLEYNE ANDREW G. DTM-14-1. PTG-1-1 AHOLA JARI MESA-19-1 ARUANNO BEATRICE CIE-22-1 AKASHEH FIRAS DEC-1-1 ASADI KEIVAN MNS-2-2. MNS-2-4 AUGUSTYNEK KRZYSZTOF MSNDC-11-1 MNS-6-1. MESA-10-1. MNS-2-2 BAI WENYAN MESA-22-1 ALSALEH MUSTAFA MSNDC-10-2 BAI YOUDUN MESA-21-2 AL-SHABIBI ABDULLAH VIB-5-1 BAIKERIKAR PRATHAMESH CIE-6-1 AL-SHUDEIFAT MOHAMMAD MSNDC-5-1. DEC-3-1 BACHRATHY DANIEL VIB-5-1. DFMLC-6-1. MSNDC-7-1. CIE-6-1 ACHUTHAN AJIT CIE-6-1 ARLITT RYAN DTM-3-1. MR-7-1 BALAKUNTALA MYTHRA V. DTM-5-1. DTM-6-1. DTM-3-1.VAHID MR-2-3 BALAWI SHADI MSNDC-7-1 ANAGNOSTAKIS DIMITRIOS CIE-21-1 BALDINI ALESSANDRO MESA-1-1 ANAND SAM DFMLC-5-1 BALENDA JOE PTG-2-3 ANANTHASURESH GK BIOMED-2-2. ABDELKEFI ABDESSATTAR MNS-6-2 VIB-5-2 ABDEL-WAHAB MOHAMED CIE-22-1 AOYAMA HIDEKI CIE-9-2 ABDO JAMIL VIB-5-1 ARAKAWA MASAO CIE-9-1 ABDOLSAMADI AMIRMAHYAR DAC-8-2 ARDHAM SURYA DAC-19-2 ABDUL-SATER KASSIM MR-1-5 ARELEKATTI V. VIB-11-1 BAIRAKTAROVA DIANA DEC-1-1 ALU ANDREA VIB-15-1 BAJAJ NIKHIL VIB-12-1 ALYANAK EDWARD J MR-4-2. JR.p146-164 Author Index for REAL_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:44 PM Page 146 Author Index IDETC/CIE AUTHOR FIRST NAME AUTHOR LAST NAME SESSION # AUTHOR FIRST NAME AUTHOR LAST NAME SESSION # ABATI ALESSANDRO VIB-8-1 ANISETTI ANUSHA PTG-2-1 ABDELKAREEM MOHAMED A. DFMLC-8-1 BAGCHI AMIT CIE-6-1 ALMEHAIRI AYESHA MSNDC-7-1 BAI PEIXIN PTG-3-6 ALMESTIRI SALEH MOHAMED MR-1-4 BAI RUIYU MR-3-2 ALSALEEM FADI MESA-15-1. S. DAC-11-3 BAALSRUD HAUGE JANNICKE CIE-24-1 DAC-19-2. MR-4-7 BACHI AMIT CIE-28-1 ALLEN MARGARET G. MESA-14-1 ANICHOWSKI. DTM-10-1 ALELYANI TURKI DTM-5-2 AVERY PHILIP CIE-4-1 ALEMÁN MELISSA DEC-4-1 AYDOGAN MUSTAFA OZGUR PTG-3-4 ALESSANDRA NUSINER MARIA DEC-4-1 AZARM SHAPOUR DAC-2-1 ALFATTANI RAMI MR-4-6 AZOUZ NAOUFEL MR-6-3 ALLEN JANET CIE-16-1. BAE SANGJUNE DAC-19-2 DAC-4-1. DAC-5-1. DAC-10-1. DAC-3-1. BRIAN PTG-3-1 BANG HYUNSEUNG DAC-3-1 . AVT-3-1 AOYAMA EIICHI CIE-17-1. MSNDC-5-1 AUSTIN-BRENEMAN JESSE DAC-4-1. DTM-12-1 ANDERL REINER CIE-8-1 BALLING OLE MSNDC-12-1 ANDERSEN ANDERS MSNDC-12-1 BALLO FEDERICO AVT-1-2. AVT-3-2 ANDERSON CODY PTG-2-2 BALTHAZAR JOSE MANOEL MNS-8-2. PRASAD AVT-5-1 ALBARHAMI BAHAA DFMLC-10-1 AUERNHAMMER JAN DTM-5-1 ALCHEIKH NOUHA MNS-2-3. MSNDC-7-1. BAEK SEUNG GUK MESA-15-1 DAC-14-1. MR-4-8 BAKER IAN DEC-3-1 AMBROSE MELANIE CIE-1-2 BAKHSHANDE FATEME MSNDC-11-1 AMERI FARHAD CIE-17-1 BAKHTIARI-NEJAD FIROOZ VIB-2-2 AMETA GAURAV CIE-8-1 BALAKRISHNAN M. ANDREATTA DALE DAC-9-2 VIB-3-3. MSNDC-14-1. MR-8-3 AMIOT DAVID E. BIOMED-2-2 AMIRINEZHAD S. DFMLC-8-1 MR-8-7 ARORA ROHIT MSNDC-3-1 AGRAWAL SUNIL K. MURTHY MR-8-2 ABEDINNASAB MOHAMMAD BIOMED-2-1 ARENA ANDREA MSNDC-5-2 ABICHOU AZGAL MR-6-3 AREZOOMAND MOJTABA DAC-4-1 ACAR GIZEM VIB-8-1. VIB-16-1 ARIANSYAH DEDY CIE-22-2 ACHESON DOUGLAS DAC-11-2 ARISOY ERHAN B. DAC-2-1 BADDOUR NATALIE VIB-9-1.

MR-8-2 BARTON DAVID MSNDC-10-1 BOEKRAAD ROY CIE-8-1 BASAVARSU GAUTHAM CIE-5-1. MSNDC-8-1. DTM-1-2 BIDAUD PHILIPPE MR-6-1 CALDWELL DARWIN DFMLC-8-1. VIB-10-1 BOEHMCKE PAIGE J. DEC-4-1 DTM-5-1 BARHAM OLIVER MNS-2-2 BLOCKMANS BART MSNDC-3-1 BARON LUC MR-2-4 BLOEBAUM CHRISTINA DAC-16-1. BHATIA NARAYAN JATINDER AVT-3-1 MSNDC-19-1 BHATTACHARYA MANAS DFMLC-4-1 BYRTUS MIROSLAV MSNDC-7-1 BHATTACHARYA SUBHRAJIT MR-2-1 C GOPALAKRISHNAN SRIKUMAR PTG-6-1 BHAVANIBHATLA KONDALARAO MR-6-2 CAGAN JONATHAN DTM-12-1 BHINGE RAUNAK CIE-17-1 CAHILL NATHAN MR-2-1 BHOUNSULE PRANAV MR-7-2 CAI YUBO MR-1-4 BHOWMICK SANKHA DEC-3-1 CAI YULONG VIB-3-1 BI YOUYI DTM-14-1 CALAMANTI CHIARA MESA-1-1 BIAN DANGWEI MESA-6-1 CALDWELL BENJAMIN W. DTM-1-3. BARCLIFT MICHAEL CIE-6-4. CIE-6-4 CAMPBELL MATTHEW DAC-12-1. MESA-14-1. MESA-10-1 BUTCHER ERIC MSNDC-6-2. MR-1-3. DTM-11-1 CAMPAGNA FRANCESCO DAC-6-2 BIRNBAUM ANDREW J. MR-6-1 BOWKETT JOSEPH MSNDC-3-1 BAYOUMY AHMED DAC-16-1 BOWLING ALAN MSNDC-12-1 BAZZAN GIORGIO MR-4-8 BRAIN THOMAS A. DAC-6-1. MR-4-8 BHAGAVATHEESH K. MSNDC-3-3. MR-8-5 BISWAS ARPAN DAC-19-3 CANG RUIJIN DAC-11-1 147 BITAR DIALA MNS-2-3 . MSNDC-13-1 BORN SEBASTIAN PTG-2-1 BASNET SUBARNA DTM-5-1 BOSTANABAD RAMIN DAC-16-1 BAUCHAU OLIVIER MSNDC-3-2. MR-6-1 BIGEARD ANTOINE DFMLC-6-1 CALLEJO ALFONSO MSNDC-8-1 BILL ROBERT PTG-8-1 CALVET NICOLAS MR-4-2 BILTON AMY DAC-9-2 CAMBURN BRADLEY DTM-5-1 BINDER WILLIAM DAC-19-2.p146-164 Author Index for REAL_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:44 PM Page 147 Author Index IDETC/CIE AUTHOR FIRST NAME AUTHOR LAST NAME SESSION # AUTHOR FIRST NAME AUTHOR LAST NAME SESSION # BAO QIFANG DAC-5-2 BLAHA LESLIE MSNDC-9-1 BARADA ANDREW H. MR-8-2 BURLESON GRACE DAC-9-2 BERSSENBRÜGGE JAN CIE-21-1 BURNAP ALEX DTM-3-1 BERTHELSDORF FRIEDERICH DTM-12-1 BURNELL EDWARD DTM-5-1 BEVELHEIMER JOSEPH MNS-3-1 BUSKOHL PHILIP MR-4-2. MSNDC-19-1 BRYK PIERRE-YVON VIB-3-2 BERGMAN LAWRENCE MNS-8-1. DAC-11-3 BOHN THEODORE MESA-9-1 BASESKI IGOR DAC-19-1 BORDEGONI MONICA CIE-22-1. MSNDC-4-1 BEATRIZ JULIO VIB-2-1 BRAKE MATTHEW VIB-6-1 BEGANOVIC NEJRA VIB-9-2 BRANDT SASCHA CIE-21-1 BEHDAD SARA DAC-7-1. DFMLC-11-1 BOWEN LANDEN MR-4-8 BAXTER SARAH C. BIELANOS KYLE DFMLC-5-1 MESA-19-1 BIELECKI DUSTIN D. DAC-16-2 BARRETO JUAN-PABLO MR-2-1 BOCCINI ENRICO MSNDC-8-1 BARRY OUMAR VIB-4-2. MNS-8-2. DAC-14-1 BISHOP-MOSER JOSHUA MR-3-1 CANALI CARLO MESA-14-1. BOUWER SCOTT PTG-4-2 MSNDC-18-1 BOWEN DAVID PTG-4-2 BAUTISTA BRITTANY N. CIE-6-2. MR-8-3. DFMLC-3-1. CIE-1-1 BULA VITEZSLAV VIB-8-3 BERNSTEIN WILLIAM DFMLC-2-2 BURLAMAQUI LEONARDO DTM-5-2 BERRINGER MOLLY A. MESA-19-1 BISHT RAVINDRA SINGH MESA-14-1 CANFIELD STEPHEN MR-6-3. MR-8-5. MR-8-4 BLANTON ANDREW DEC-2-1 BARARI AHMAD VIB-2-2 BLESSING LUCIENNE DAC-1-1. VIB-9-2 BUCHTA ANTHONY MR-8-6 BERNARD FEENEY ALLISON CIE-12-1 BUGNARIU NICOLETA BIOMED-2-1 BERNARDINI MICHELE MESA-1-1 BUKHARI MOHAMMAD VIB-4-2 BERNARDO CYRIL J. BRUDER DANIEL MR-3-1 MR-8-7 BRYDEN KENNETH MARK DAC-9-2 BEREGI SANDOR MSNDC-10-1. BOUHADDI NOUREDDINE MNS-2-3 MSNDC-3-3. CIE-16-2. DFMLC-10-1 BRASSITOS ELIAS PTG-8-1 BEJI LOTFI MR-6-3 BRINK ADAM VIB-6-1 BELLAREDJ MOHAMMED MSNDC-5-1 BROCK ANDREW CIE-17-1 BELLIZZI SERGIO VIB-3-2 BROMBACK LUKE DTM-1-1 BELOTTI ROBERTO VIB-3-2 BROWN DANIEL VIB-6-2 BENABDALLAH FIDA MR-6-3 BROWN TERRY BIOMED-1-1 BENNETTE WALTER DAC-1-1 BRUCCULERI JOSEPH CIE-1-1 BENNETTS CALEB DTM-1-2 BRUCK HUGH MR-8-1 BEN-TZVI PINHAS MR-7-2. CIE-22-2 BASHIRI ABDULLATEEF H. BRAS BERT DFMLC-2-1 DFMLC-5-1. CIE-6-3. MSNDC-11-2. DTM-1-2. CIE-12-1 CALLEGARI MASSIMO MESA-14-1.

VIB-2-1. CHEN YUN VIB-15-2 VIB-2-3. CHEN DAMON CIE-1-1 DAC-14-1 CHEN DINGFANG PTG-1-2 CHOWDHURY TONOY CIE-10-1 CHEN GANG MESA-14-1 CHU FULEI MSNDC-8-2. DAC-19-1 CHE JUDY CIE-12-1 CHOI SEUNG-KYUM CIE-4-1. VIB-3-1 CHEN SHIKUI DAC-11-2. MR-6-1 CHEN YANGQUAN AVT-1-2. MR-8-1 CHEN XIN MESA-21-2 CAPPELLINI NICCOLO MSNDC-3-1 CHEN XING PTG-8-1 CARBARY LARRY CIE-1-1 CHEN YAN MR-4-3 CARBERRY MOGAN SHANE CIE-1-1 CHEN YANG DAC-5-1 CARBONARI LUCA MESA-14-1. MNS-8-2 CHANG SEHYUN DAC-16-2 CHO HYUNKYOO DAC-19-1 CHANG SHAN PTG-3-4 CHOI HAE-JIN CIE-4-1 CHANGE JINGHU AVT-1-1 CHOI JIN HWAN MSNDC-1-1 CHATTERJEE ARCHANA DTM-11-2 CHOI JONGSOO MNS-6-1. DTM-1-2 CAO DAIJIA PTG-3-4 CHEN LONG PTG-8-1 CAO DONGXING MSNDC-2-1 CHEN SEN MESA-22-1 CAO JUNYI MESA-21-1. VIB-5-1 CHHABRA JASKANWAL P. CAO YANG MR-1-4 VIB-9-2. VIB-10-1 CHIJIOKE AKO MSNDC-4-2 CHAN ROTHANAK DFMLC-14-1 CHILDS PETER CIE-16-1. CARBONI BIAGIO MSNDC-5-2 MESA-6-2.p146-164 Author Index for REAL_Layout 1 7/20/2017 5:44 PM Page 148 Author Index IDETC/CIE AUTHOR FIRST NAME AUTHOR LAST NAME SESSION # AUTHOR FIRST NAME AUTHOR LAST NAME SESSION # CANNELLA FERDINANDO