Mahmut Reyhanoglu

Columbus State University

Mahmut Reyhanoglu is currently Director of Robotics Engineering, Columbus State University (CSU), Georgia, USA. Prior to joining CSU, he was the Glaxo Wellcome Distinguished Professor of Engineering, University of North Carolina at Asheville, USA. His extensive research makes use of advanced mathematical techniques and models that arise from fundamental physical principles. His major research interests are in the areas of nonlinear dynamical systems and control theory, with particular emphasis on applications to mechanical and aerospace systems, robotics, and mechatronics. He has edited five books and authored/co-authored five book chapters and more than 140 peer-reviewed journal/proceedings papers. He served on the Transactions on Automatic Control Editorial Board and the Control Systems Society Conference Editorial Board of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). He also served as a member of the International Program Committee for several conferences and as a member of the Guidance, Navigation, and Control Technical Committee of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). He is currently an editor of the International Journal of Aerospace Engineering and Electronics.

Mahmut Reyhanoglu

5books edited

4chapters authored

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Structural testing and assessment, process monitoring, and material characterization are three broad application areas of acoustic emission (AE) techniques. Quantitative and qualitative characteristics of AE waves have been studied widely in the literature. This book reviews major research developments in the application of AE in numerous engineering fields. It brings together important contributions from renowned international researchers to provide an excellent survey of new perspectives and paradigms of AE. In particular, this book presents applications of AE in cracking and damage assessment in metal beams, asphalt pavements, and composite materials as well as studying noise mitigation in wind turbines and cylindrical shells.

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