2006 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
1995 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Fellow of the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE)
His Statistics research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Algorithm and Experimental data. David J. Ewins brings together Algorithm and Statistics to produce work in his papers. While working in this field, he studies both Acoustics and Amplitude. David J. Ewins brings together Amplitude and Vibration to produce work in his papers. David J. Ewins merges many fields, such as Vibration and Natural frequency, in his writings. His research links Cantilever with Structural engineering. David J. Ewins frequently studies issues relating to Control theory (sociology) and Artificial intelligence. His Control theory (sociology) study often links to related topics such as Control (management). Control (management) connects with themes related to Artificial intelligence in his study.
His Acoustics study often links to related topics such as Modal testing. David J. Ewins brings together Modal testing and Vibration to produce work in his papers. His research combines Mistuning and Vibration. His Mistuning study typically links adjacent topics like Acoustics. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Structural engineering and Mechanical engineering through his works. David J. Ewins combines Mechanical engineering and Structural engineering in his studies. His study ties his expertise on Control (management) together with the subject of Artificial intelligence. His study brings together the fields of Control theory (sociology) and Control (management). As part of his studies on Control theory (sociology), David J. Ewins often connects relevant areas like Artificial intelligence.
The Extension (predicate logic) study which covers Programming language that intersects with Construct (python library). Construct (python library) is closely attributed to Programming language in his study. He integrates many fields, such as Acoustics and Laser scanning vibrometry, in his works. David J. Ewins integrates many fields in his works, including Laser scanning vibrometry and Vibration. He integrates Vibration with Acoustics in his research. Many of his studies on Optics apply to Image resolution as well. His Astronomy study frequently involves adjacent topics like Doppler effect. Doppler effect and Astronomy are commonly linked in his work. Laser Doppler velocimetry and Blood flow are two areas of study in which David J. Ewins engages in interdisciplinary research.
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Modal Testing: Theory, Practice, and Application
D. J. Ewins.
Modal Testing: Theory and Practice
D. J. Ewins.
The effects of detuning upon the forced vibrations of bladed disks
Journal of Sound and Vibration (1969)
Analytical Formulation of Friction Interface Elements for Analysis of Nonlinear Multi-Harmonic Vibrations of Bladed Disks
E. P. Petrov;D. J. Ewins.
Journal of Turbomachinery-transactions of The Asme (2002)
The Harmonic Balance Method with arc-length continuation in rotor/stator contact problems
G. Von Groll;D.J. Ewins.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (2001)
MODAL TESTING USING A SCANNING LASER DOPPLER VIBROMETER
A.B. Stanbridge;D.J. Ewins.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (1999)
A six degrees-of-freedom marker set for gait analysis: repeatability and comparison with a modified Helen Hayes set.
Thomas D. Collins;Salim N. Ghoussayni;David J. Ewins;Jenny A. Kent.
Gait & Posture (2009)
Vibration Characteristics of Bladed Disc Assemblies
D. J. Ewins.
Archive: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science 1959-1982 (vols 1-23) (1973)
MODELLING TWO-DIMENSIONAL FRICTION CONTACT AND ITS APPLICATION USING HARMONIC BALANCE METHOD
K.Y. Sanliturk;D.J. Ewins.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (1996)
An international review of laser Doppler vibrometry: Making light work of vibration measurement
S.J. Rothberg;M.S. Allen;P. Castellini;Dario Di Maio.
Optics and Lasers in Engineering (2017)
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