Experimental Mechanics Laboratory @NTU

Experimental Mechanics Lab. (EB-107-2)

@ Department of Mechanical Engineering

National Taiwan University

Dr. Yu-Hsi Huang (黃育熙 博士)

Professor

yuhsih@ntu.edu.tw

(+886)2-33662690

No.1, Sec.4, Roosevelt Rd., Taipei, Taiwan, 10617.


Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Aug 2021-Present

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, Aug 2018-Jul 2021

Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Aug 2016-Jul 2018

Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Aug 2012-Jul 2016

Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Applied Science and Technology, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Aug 2011-July 2012

Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Feb 2011-July 2011

Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 2010-2011

Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Malaya, Feb 2015, Jun-Jul 2017, Jan 2018

Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 2009

Dr. Y.H. Huang leads to Experimental Mechanics Laboratory (EML@EB107-2) in National Taiwan University (NTU) from August 2018 to present. His group is original in National Taiwan University of Science and Technology from 2011 to July 2018. Research fields are Piezoelectric Material and Piezoelectricity, Vibration, Solid Mechanics, and Experimental Mechanics. Recently, the sensors and actuators, piezoelectric energy harvester, fluid-structure interaction on piezoelectric structure, photoelasticity, and mechanical property of materials are mainly studied in detail.

Experimental techniques, finite element numerical calculation and theoretical analysis are used to investigation in our laboratory. Techniques in mechanics are built on vibration analysis, strain and contact measurements, and residual stress. Electronics Speckle Pattern Interfereometry (ESPI), and laser Dopper Vibrometer (LDV) are the basic experimental equipments in EML. Impedance analyzer and piezoelectric d33 meter determinate on piezoelectric properties. Linear and circular polariscopes established on stress measurements by photoelasticity. The results in experimental measurements are emphasized on verification with theoretical and numerical analyses. Interaction and multiscale mechanics are studied on the research fields of solid mechanics, vibration, acoustics, heat transfer and thermal stress.


The research group is manly cooperative with:

1. Prof. C.C. Ma's Fracture Lab in ME@NTU: Dynamic Characteristics in Structure.

2. Prof. C.K. Chao's Solid Mechanics Lab in ME@NTUST: Shock, Fracture and Vibration Suppression of Electronic Components, Fracture and Elastic-Plastic Deformation in Rolling

3. Prof. C.Y. Lin's Intelligent Mechatronics and Robotic Systems Laboratory in ME@NTUST: Vibration Suppression Control, Addative Optics and Control, and Mechatronics in Piezoelectric Devices

4. Dr. Ong's Advanced Shock & Vibration Research Group (ASVR) in ME@Univ. Malaya, Malaysia: Vibration, Optimization in Engineering, and Energy Harvesting System.

5. Prof. Jaesun Lee's NDT/SHM Laboratory in ME@Changwon National University, Korea: NDT for the Additive Manufacturing Material and Structure

6. Prof. K.M. Hung in ME@HHUT and Prof. Y.C. Lin in ME@NTOU: Experimental Mechanics and Biomechanics.

7. Prof. P.C. Chen's Mini/Micro Manufacturing Laboratory in ME@NTUST: Development of Artificial Blood Vessels Used in Training.

(Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com.tw/citations?user=Ut7ougMAAAAJ&hl=zh-TW&oi=sra)