Fracture Mechanics Laboratory carries out research under following topics.
Bi-axial strength properties of materials
Failure load & crack growth under mixed mode
Composite materials & fracture mechanics
Finite element and boundary element analysis
Applied Mechanics Laboratory
Professor: Park, Myungkyun
Research Lab: Engineering Building 1, Room 227
Our research topics include computational and experimental method for design and analysis related to fatigue life of mechanical systems and structures, impact strength, and materials characterization
Bio Fluid Engineering Laboratory
Professor: Rhee, Kyehan
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 111
Bio Fluid Engineering Laboratory carries out bioengineering research where mechanical engineering principles are applied to biological systems. Our research projects include hemodynamics based on fluid mechanics principles and development of rehabilitation and prosthetic tools based on biomechanics principle.
Thermal Engineering Laboratory
Professor: Choi, Eunsoo
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 245
Main research topics of the Thermal Engineering Laboratory are non-Newtonian viscous flow and PCM (Phase Change Material), and current research topic is thermal energy storage.
Combustion Engineering Laboratory
Professor: Lim, Inkwon
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 243
Combustion Engineering Laboratory carries out researches on economical and efficient combustion process by understanding and controlling flame and waste gas, aiming clean air quality.
Intelligent Manufacturing Laboratory
Professor: Park, Kang
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 231
Intelligent Manufacturing Laboratory applies CAD/CAM, robotics, computer vision, and virtual engineering to manufacturing systems for efficient and reliable product manufacturing.
Intelligent Vehicle Control Laboratory
Professor: Lee, Soojin
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 219
Intelligent Vehicle Control Laboratory carries out research on modeling and control of dynamics of vehicle systems and various mechanical systems. Our lab currently conducts research projects which include (1) modeling dynamics of off-road vehicle with the ADD (Agency for Defense Development), (2) modeling of a finger exoskeleton robot based on a polymer actuator, and (3) control of the robot using nonlinear robust control techniques.
Professor: Jeong, Sangkug
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 235
Microsystems Laboratory carries out research on MEMS(Microelectromechanical System)-based microactuation technologies such as microrobots and microactuators. We focus, but not limited to, bio, energy, and optics applications.
Professor: Choi, Minsuk
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 239
Turbomachinery Laboratory carries out research on fluid flow within turbomachinery and aircraft engines based on CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics). It also develops design techniques to improve performances of compressors, fans, and turbines based on numerical analysis results.
Bio and Nanofluidics Laboratory
Professor: Kim, Dohyun
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 237
Our group is interested in various fluid and thermal phenomena in micro- and nanoscale. Our research topic also covers micromachining techniques and development of BioMEMS device that can be used for Biotechnology including disease diagnostics, bioscience research, and pharmaceutical research.
Renewable Energy System Laboratory
Professor: Lee, Kyujin
Office: Engineering Building 1, Room 237
Renewable Energy System Laboratory mainly carries out research on physics-based modeling and analysis of renewable energy systems where various electrochemistry and heat transfer phenomena occur simultaneously. Research subject is lithium-ion battery and polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells. We are working on large battery cells and prediction model for system's performance and lifespan. We are also interested in analysis of various multi-physics systems using numerical methods such as CFD and DEM.
Multi-functional Structures and Composite Materials Laboratory carries out research on polymer-based composite materials which have advantage as a polymer material and mechanical properties equivalent to metal and ceramic materials. Currently we focus on following research topics:
1) Layer-by-layer assembled multifunctional thin films
2) Polymer nanocomposite materials with functional nanofillers
3) Nano-particles dispersion
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