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Monday, August 2nd

  • 8:30 am – 12:30 pm CDT (GMT-5): Contact Modeling Workshop, hosted by Abaqus

Tuesday, August 3rd

Session 1

  • Welcome Address
  • Alfredo Fantetti, Imperial College London, “A round-robin test to measure friction hysteresis measurements on two different fretting rigs at Politecnico di Torino and Imperial College London”
  • Matt de Brett, Imperial College London, “Measurement of the damping effect of a seal wire on turbine blade vibration”
  • Matias Lasen, Imperial College London, “Control of tangential stiffness and friction damping modifying contact interfaces with piezoelectrics”
  • Tong Wei, Imperial College London, “Quantitative optical measurements to investigate the real area of contact in a PMMA to PMMA joint”
  • Antonio Papangelo, Politecnico di Bari, “Self-excited vibrations in soft sliding viscoelastic contacts”

Discussion Session 1

Data-driven versus physics-driven modeling? Are there opportunities for ML in joints research, or is it all hype?
Panelists: Keith Worden, David Nowell, Norbert Hoffman, and Dane Quinn
Moderator: Matthew Brake

Senior Keynote

Rob Carpick, University of Pennsylvania, “New insights into friction and wear from nanoscale in-situ approaches”

Wednesday, August 4th

Session 2

  • Daily Overview
  • Wolfgang Witteveen, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, “Self-excited vibrations in soft sliding viscoelastic contacts”
  • Drithi Shetty, University of Wisconsin, Madison, “Predicting Nonlinearity in the Benchmark Structure using QSMA and SICE”
  • Aabhas Singh, University of Wisconsin, Madison, “Multi-mode quasi-static excitation for systems with nonlinear joints”
  • Yekai Sun, University of Strathclyde, “On the comparison of different methodologies for the computation of damped nonlinear normal modes and resonance prediction of systems with non-conservative nonlinearities”
  • Nidish Balaji, Rice University, “Stochastic perspectives on the nonlinear resonance of bolted joints”

TMD Research Challenge

  • Tribomechadynamics Research Challenge Discussion and Overview
Malte Krack, University of Stuttgart

Student Paper Competition

  • Zhen-Wah Chew, National Chung Hsing University, “Identification of contact zones of receding contact using image processing techniques”
  • Shuyang Zhang, KU Leuven, “A model order reduction method for the dynamic simulation of bolt joints considering contact nonlinearity”
  • Michael Lengger, Friedrich-Alexander Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, “Application of quasi-static modal analysis to the Tribomechadynamics benchmark system”

Early Career Event

What comes next? A mentorship panel Q&A session on preparing for life after graduation (or your next move).
Panelists: Matthew Bonney, Matthew Brake, Malte Krack, Daniel Roettgen

Thursday, August 5th

Session 3

  • Daily Overview
  • Hugh Goyder, Cranfield University, “Some signal processing methods for experimental modal analysis of non-linear structures”
  • Hassan Jalali, Northumbria University, “Blind prediction of the displacement-dependent dynamic properties of a JFJF plate with uncertain parameters”
  • Michael Kuts, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, “Dynamic properties of filled bolted joints”
  • Matthew Bonney, Sheffield University, “Temperature FEA modelling of connected mismatched materials”
  • Justin Porter, Rice University, “A rough contact modeling framework for arbitrarily varying normal pressure”

Discussion Session 2

Modal hysteresis modeling: A red herring or part of the path forward for modeling jointed structures?
Panelists: Matt Allen, Matthew Brake, Maren Scheel, and Loic Salles
Moderator: Christoph Schwingshackl

Junior Keynote

Chiara Gastaldi, Politecnico di Torino, “Designing with and for friction: unexpected findings and things to remember”