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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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42
Citations
9,242
121
World Ranking
529
National Ranking
242

- Mathematical analysis
- Mechanical engineering
- Finite element method

His scientific interests lie mostly in Equations of motion, Mathematical analysis, Sensitivity, Finite element method and Optimal design. His Equations of motion study incorporates themes from Mechanical system, Control theory and Kinematics. His work in Mathematical analysis covers topics such as Geometry which are related to areas like System dynamics, Dimensionality reduction and Continuum mechanics.

The study incorporates disciplines such as Variable, State space and Material derivative in addition to Sensitivity. The various areas that Edward J. Haug examines in his Material derivative study include Mechanical engineering, Natural frequency and Range. His Finite element method study improves the overall literature in Structural engineering.

- Design Sensitivity Analysis of Structural Systems (1400 citations)
- Generalized Coordinate Partitioning for Dimension Reduction in Analysis of Constrained Dynamic Systems (561 citations)
- A Recursive Formulation for Constrained Mechanical System Dynamics: Part II. Closed Loop Systems (290 citations)

Edward J. Haug mostly deals with Kinematics, Control theory, Equations of motion, Numerical analysis and Multibody system. Edward J. Haug interconnects Motion and Vector calculus in the investigation of issues within Control theory. His Equations of motion study combines topics in areas such as Generalized coordinates, Acceleration and Differential equation.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Workspace, Algorithm, Boundary and Finite element method. His Multibody system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Differential algebraic equation, Mathematical analysis, Dynamic simulation, Applied mathematics and Robot. His Sensitivity study deals with Mathematical optimization intersecting with Truss.

- Kinematics (22.70%)
- Control theory (22.70%)
- Equations of motion (20.25%)

- Multibody system (19.63%)
- Equations of motion (20.25%)
- Control theory (22.70%)

His primary areas of investigation include Multibody system, Equations of motion, Control theory, Applied mathematics and Generalized coordinates. His research integrates issues of Kinematics and Cartesian coordinate system in his study of Multibody system. His Equations of motion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Holonomic, Sensitivity, Dynamic simulation and Differential equation.

Edward J. Haug works mostly in the field of Control theory, limiting it down to topics relating to Numerical analysis and, in certain cases, Boundary, Mathematical optimization, Simulation, Finite element method and Maximum displacement, as a part of the same area of interest. His research in Applied mathematics focuses on subjects like Differential algebraic equation, which are connected to State space. Generalized coordinates is a subfield of Mathematical analysis that Edward J. Haug investigates.

- On the determination of boundaries to manipulator workspaces (56 citations)
- An Implicit Runge–Kutta Method for Integration of Differential Algebraic Equations of Multibody Dynamics (48 citations)
- Kinematic and Kinetic Derivatives in Multibody System Analysis (36 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Mechanical engineering
- Geometry

Edward J. Haug mainly focuses on Multibody system, Control theory, Applied mathematics, Generalized coordinates and Numerical analysis. His Multibody system research incorporates themes from Differential algebraic equation and Mathematical analysis. His Mathematical analysis study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Equations of motion.

His Generalized forces study, which is part of a larger body of work in Control theory, is frequently linked to Stiction, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Applied mathematics research includes themes of Surface, Workspace, Cartesian coordinate system and Rank. His Generalized coordinates course of study focuses on Sensitivity and Kinematics, Finite difference, Computation, Calculus and Jacobian matrix and determinant.

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Design Sensitivity Analysis of Structural Systems

E.J. Haug;K.K. Choi;V. Komkov.

**(1986)**

2282 Citations

Applied optimal design: Mechanical and structural systems

Edward J. Haug;Jasbir S. Arora.

**(1979)**

1072 Citations

Generalized Coordinate Partitioning for Dimension Reduction in Analysis of Constrained Dynamic Systems

R. A. Wehage;E. J. Haug.

Journal of Mechanical Design **(1982)**

874 Citations

A Recursive Formulation for Constrained Mechanical System Dynamics: Part II. Closed Loop Systems

Dae-Sung Bae;Edward J. Haug.

Mechanics of Structures and Machines **(1987)**

443 Citations

Methods of Design Sensitivity Analysis in Structural Optimization

Jasbir S. Arora;Edward J. Haug.

AIAA Journal **(1979)**

289 Citations

Dynamics of mechanical systems with Coulomb friction, stiction, impact and constraint addition-deletion—I theory

Edward J Haug;Shih C Wu;Shih M Yang.

Mechanism and Machine Theory **(1986)**

263 Citations

Shape Design Sensitivity Analysis of Elastic Structures

Kyung K. Choi;Edward J. Haug.

Journal of Structural Mechanics **(1983)**

235 Citations

Dynamic analysis of planar flexible mechanisms

Ji Oh Song;Edward J. Haug.

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering **(1980)**

200 Citations

Geometric non‐linear substructuring for dynamics of flexible mechanical systems

Shih‐Chin Wu;Edward J. Haug.

International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering **(1988)**

188 Citations

Dynamics of Articulated Structures. Part I. Theory

Wan S. Yoo;Edward J. Haug.

Journal of Structural Mechanics **(1986)**

167 Citations

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