Research and Development
2-D and 3-D Motion Analysis Software for Research and Development
This video, highlighting the research of Dr. Sara Wadia-Fascetti, professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northeastern University, illustrates the vibration effects and structural performance of a model building under conditions simulating the 1995 earthquake in Kobe, Japan (magnitude 6.8).
This structural model is approximately 1.8 meters tall, resting on a shaker table measuring approximately 75 square centimeters. The model features an active mass damping mechanism at the top, allowing ProAnalyst to monitor the position, direction, velocity and acceleration of the seismic forces affecting the structure as the simulated earthquake takes place.
Pro Analyst's 1-D Line Tracking tools provide non-linear analysis of the motion of walls and stress points without the imposition of physical markers or sensors (accelerometers).
Measurement and modeling of friction in linear and rotary micromotors supported on microball bearings
Ghalichechian, N, McCarthy, M, Beyaz, MI, Ghodssi, R. Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
, January 2008, 507-510.
Planar fabrication of a mesoscale voice coil actuator
Goldberg, B, Karpelson, M, Ozcan, O, Wood, RJ. Robotics and Automation
, June 2014, 6319-6325.
Digital Image Correlation of Dynamic Impact Deformation Without Painted Dots UsingProAnalyst 3-D Photogrammetry Software
Yu, JH and Dehmer, PG. Army Research Lab Aberdeen Proving Ground MD Weapons and Materials Research Directorate
, February 2012.
Operating deflection shapes of a violin string via high speed/high resolution videography
Van Karsen, C, Bouman, T, Gwaltney, G. SEM Proceedings: Topics in Modal Analysis
, Volume 7, June 2014, 637-644.
The Response of Micro-Scale Devices Subject to High-g Impact Stimuli
Sheehy, M, Lishchynska, M, Punch, J, Goyal, S., Kelly, G. SEM Proceedings
, June 2008.
Fracture parameters for natural rubber under dynamic loading
Hoo Fatt, MS, Chen, L, Al-Quraishi, AA. Strain
, June 2011, 505-518.
An insight into powder entrainment and drug delivery mechanisms from a modified Rotahaler®
Sim, S, Margo, K, Parks, J, Howell, R, Hebbink, GA, et al. International Journal of Pharmaceutics
, December 2014, 351-360.