1987 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
1977 - ASME Gustus L. Larson Memorial Award
Nam P. Suh focuses on Composite material, Nucleation, Polymer, Axiomatic design and Metallurgy. His research integrates issues of Forensic engineering and Supercritical fluid in his study of Composite material. His studies deal with areas such as Glass transition, Void, Fracture mechanics, Deformation and Microstructure as well as Nucleation.
The concepts of his Polymer study are interwoven with issues in Amorphous solid, Pressure drop, Extrusion and Solubility. His Axiomatic design research incorporates themes from Software design, Axiom, Axiomatic system, Functional requirement and Systems design. Nam P. Suh combines subjects such as Design for manufacturability and Engineering design process with his study of Axiom.
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Metallurgy, Axiomatic design, Electric vehicle and Nucleation. Composite material is closely attributed to Forensic engineering in his study. His study focuses on the intersection of Metallurgy and fields such as Delamination with connections in the field of Fracture mechanics.
His research in Axiomatic design intersects with topics in Axiom independence, Axiom, Systems engineering, Probabilistic design and Functional requirement. Axiomatic system is the focus of his Axiom research. His research investigates the connection between Electric vehicle and topics such as Electrical engineering that intersect with problems in Electric power.
His primary areas of study are Electric vehicle, Electrical engineering, Power, Line and Automotive engineering. His Electric vehicle study combines topics in areas such as Acoustics, Electromagnetic coil, Feed line, Longitudinal direction and Insulator. His work carried out in the field of Electrical engineering brings together such families of science as Battery, Maximum power transfer theorem and Electric power.
His Power research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Magnetic poles, Core, Electromagnetic induction and Current. Axiomatic design is closely connected to Complex system in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Functional requirement. His study on Power cable is covered under Composite material.
His primary scientific interests are in Electric vehicle, Electrical engineering, Power, Automotive engineering and Line. His Electric vehicle research incorporates elements of Air gap, Geometry and Outer core. His study on Magnetic core and Electromagnetic coil is often connected to Coil noise as part of broader study in Electrical engineering.
His work on Wireless power transfer as part of his general Electromagnetic coil study is frequently connected to Search coil, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Power study combines topics in areas such as Core, Electromagnetic induction, Voltage, Multiplexing and Division. He works mostly in the field of Line, limiting it down to topics relating to Electric power and, in certain cases, Longitudinal direction, Installation, Power transmission and Systems design, as a part of the same area of interest.
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The principles of design
Nam P. Suh.
Axiomatic Design: Advances And Applications
Nam Pyo Suh.
The delamination theory of wear
Nam Pyo Suh;N Saka;S Jahanmir;J R Fleming.
Novel approach to fabricate porous sponges of poly(d,l-lactic-co-glycolic acid) without the use of organic solvents
David J. Mooney;David J. Mooney;Daniel F. Baldwin;Nam P. Suh;Joseph P. Vacanti.
An overview of the delamination theory of wear
Nam P. Suh.
Axiomatic Design Theory for Systems
Nam P. Suh.
Research in Engineering Design (1998)
The nucleation of microcellular thermoplastic foam with additives: Part I: Theoretical considerations
J. S. Colton;N. P. Suh.
Polymer Engineering and Science (1987)
Complexity: Theory and Applications
Nam P. Suh.
Microcellular closed cell foams and their method of manufacture
Jane E. Martini-Vvedensky;Nam P. Suh;Francis A. Waldman.
U.S. Patent 4473665 (1982)
A process for making microcellular thermoplastic parts
Vipin Kumar;Nam P. Suh.
Polymer Engineering and Science (1990)
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