1990 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His main research concerns Energy harvesting, Vibration, Piezoelectricity, Control theory and Structural engineering. His work carried out in the field of Energy harvesting brings together such families of science as Electricity generation, Electronic engineering, Electrical engineering and Nonlinear system. His Vibration study improves the overall literature in Acoustics.
His research in Piezoelectricity intersects with topics in Voltage, Mechanical engineering, Actuator, Microelectromechanical systems and Transducer. His Control theory study combines topics in areas such as Control engineering, Damper, Vibration control and Eddy current. His Structural engineering research incorporates themes from Displacement and Morphing.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Vibration, Control theory, Structural engineering, Energy harvesting and Actuator. The Vibration study combines topics in areas such as Piezoelectricity, Cantilever and Mechanical engineering. His Piezoelectricity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electrical impedance and Voltage.
His study in Control theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Modal and Equations of motion. Daniel J. Inman has researched Energy harvesting in several fields, including Electricity generation, Electronic engineering and Electrical engineering. His Actuator research includes elements of Control engineering, Smart material, Morphing and Piezoelectric sensor.
Daniel J. Inman mainly focuses on Vibration, Energy harvesting, Structural engineering, Acoustics and Control theory. The various areas that he examines in his Vibration study include Work, Finite element method, Cantilever, Mechanics and Metamaterial. His studies in Energy harvesting integrate themes in fields like Piezoelectricity, Electronic engineering, Bistability and Nonlinear system.
In his research, Aileron and Smart material is intimately related to Actuator, which falls under the overarching field of Piezoelectricity. His work in Acoustics covers topics such as Zigzag which are related to areas like Natural frequency. Daniel J. Inman works mostly in the field of Control theory, limiting it down to topics relating to Morphing and, in certain cases, Camber, Shape-memory alloy and Trailing edge.
Daniel J. Inman spends much of his time researching Energy harvesting, Vibration, Structural engineering, Piezoelectricity and Nonlinear system. Daniel J. Inman combines subjects such as Acoustics, Electronic engineering, Mechanical engineering and Bistability with his study of Energy harvesting. A large part of his Vibration studies is devoted to Vibration control.
His research integrates issues of Structure and Work in his study of Structural engineering. The concepts of his Piezoelectricity study are interwoven with issues in Compliant mechanism, Displacement, Mathematical analysis, Flutter and Actuator. His Nonlinear system study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Control theory.
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A Review of Power Harvesting from Vibration using Piezoelectric Materials
Henry A. Sodano;Daniel J. Inman;Gyuhae Park.
The Shock and Vibration Digest (2004)
Energy Harvesting Technologies
Shashank Priya;Daniel J. Inman.
Springer US (2008)
Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting
Alper Erturk;Daniel John Inman.
Overview of Piezoelectric Impedance-Based Health Monitoring and Path Forward
Gyuhae Park;Hoon Sohn;Charles R. Farrar;Daniel J. Inman.
The Shock and Vibration Digest (2003)
An experimentally validated bimorph cantilever model for piezoelectric energy harvesting from base excitations
A Erturk;D J Inman.
Smart Materials and Structures (2009)
A Distributed Parameter Electromechanical Model for Cantilevered Piezoelectric Energy Harvesters
A Erturk;Daniel J Inman.
Journal of Vibration and Acoustics (2008)
A Self-Sensing Piezoelectric Actuator for Collocated Control:
Jeffrey J. Dosch;Daniel J. Inman;Ephrahim Garcia.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (1992)
A Review of Morphing Aircraft
Silvestro Barbarino;Onur Bilgen;Rafic M. Ajaj;Michael I. Friswell.
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures (2011)
A piezomagnetoelastic structure for broadband vibration energy harvesting
Alper Erturk;Daniel J. Inman.
Applied Physics Letters (2009)
Estimation of Electric Charge Output for Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting
H. A. Sodano;G. Park;D. J. Inman.
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