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Curriculum Vita

MARK S. EWING

Associate Professor

and Director of the Flight Research Laboratory


Department of Aerospace Engineering

2120 Learned Hall, University of Kansas

Lawrence, Kansas 66045
-
2221

785
-
864
-
2964 FAX:
-
3597

mewing@ku.edu


EDUCATION


B.S. Engineering Mechanics, 1972, USAF

Academy
, distinguished graduate

(
summa cum laude
)


M.S. Mechanical Engineering, 1978, Ohio State University

Thesis:

“Free Vibration of Fixed
-
Fixed Plat
es with an Edge Notch”, George Sutherland, advisor


Ph.D. Engineering Mechanics, 1983, Ohio State University

Dissertation:

“Free Vibration Analysis with Beam Models which Include Bending Warping,
Torsion Warping and Anticlastic Bending Effects”, Arthur Le
issa, advisor


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


1972
-
76
: Turbine Engine Design Analyst, Propulsion and Power Directorate, Aeronautical
Systems Division (ASD/ENJ), Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio

1976
-
78
: Propulsion Staff Officer, Engineering Directorate, Logistics Op
erations, Air Force
Logistics Command Headquarters (HQ AFLC/LOE), Wright
-
Patterson AFB, Ohio

1978
-
80
: Instructor of Civil Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering
Mechanics (HQ USAFA/DFCEM), USAF Academy, Colorado

1980
-
83
: Doctoral St
udent, student of Professor Arthur W. Leissa, Department of Engineering
Mechanics, Ohio State University

1983
-
89
: Tenure Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics, Department of Engineering
Mechanics (HQ USAFA/DFEM), USAF Academy, Colorado

1989
-
90
: Ch
ief, Analysis and Optimization Branch, Structures Division, Flight Dynamics
Laboratory, Wright Research and Development Center (WRDC/FIBR), Wright
-
Patterson AFB,
Ohio

1990
-
1992
: Senior Research Engineer, Analysis and Optimization Branch, Structures Division,
Flight Dynamics Directorate, Wright Laboratory (WL/FIBRA), Wright
-
Patterson AFB, Ohio

1992
-
present
: Associate Professor (and Chairman, 1999
-
2012
), Department of Aerospace
Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas


TEACHING AWARDS and HONORS




Aerospace Engineering Outstanding Educator Award, 1994



Henry E. Gould School of Engineering Outstanding Educator Award, 1994


TEACHING AND RESEARCH FOCUS




Structural dynamics
and structural acoustics
of high performance light
-
weight structures



Structural design subject to strength and stiffness constraints


continued


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




2

DEGREE

COMMITTEES CHAIRED




Ho
-
Jin Hwang, “The Response of Thin
-
Walled Structures to Internal
Blasts Including Crack
Propagation”, MS, May 1995



Saied Mirsafian, “Forced Vibration of Two Beams Joined with a Nonlinear Rotational Joint”,
PhD
, May 1996



Kevin C. Downs, “Aircraft Conceptual Design Optimization Using Genetic Search Based on
Return on Inve
stment”, MS, May 1996



Alexander Kling, “Acoustic Response of a Cylinder to Point
-
Excitation”, MS, Dec 1997



Yahya Yilmaz, “Numerical Studies of Fibrous Composites from the View Point of Fiber
-
Matrix Interface and Fiber
-
Matrix Bonding”,
PhD
, December 1999



Ho
-
Jin Hwang, “Structural and Acoustic Responses of Beams and Plates Considering
Various Damping Techniques”,
PhD
, May 2000



Ashok
-
Ghandi Pavannasam, “Optimization of Constrained Layer Damping Treatments in
Sa
ndwich Composites”, MS, May 2007



Sio, WanNok, “Sta
tistical Energy Analysis of Sandwich Composite Cylinders with
Constrained Layer Damping Treatmen
ts”, MS, August 2007



Siegele, K.
, “
Meridian UAV Avionics Design
”,
MS
,
Dec
ember

2007



Lusk, J., “Wing and Fuselage Structural Optimization Considering Alternative Materials”,
MS,
May 2008



Nunez, D, “J
-
Integral Computations for Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics in an
hpk

Mathematical and Computational Framework”, MS, May 2008.



Liu, W, “Exper
imental and Analytical Estimation of Damping in Beams and Plates with
Damping Treatments,

PhD
, Dec 2008.



Vatti, K.K., “Damping Estimation of Light Weight Structures for Statistical Energy
Analysis”, MS, May, 2010



Dande, H.
A.
,“
Panel Damping Loss Factor Esti
mation Using The Random Decrement
Technique
”, MS, May 2011



Katipally, A.C.R., “Damping Estimation for Plates Joined at a Point Using Statistical Energy
Analysis”, MS, August 2011



Jayachandran, S.A.K., “Evaluation of Loss Factors and Coupling Loss Factors f
or Plates
Using Statistical Energy Analysis”, August, 2011



Dande, H.A.,“
Evaluation of Loss Factor Estimation Techniques for Free Hanging
Mechanically Excited
Flat Panels”,
PhD
, May 20
13

(graduation requirements satisfied 6 Feb
2013)

SCHOLARLY SERVICE and
AFFILIATION




Reviewer for
Journal of Sound and Vibration
,
Applied Mechanics Review
,
ASCE Journal of
Mechanics

and
AIAA Journal



Senior Member, AIAA



Member, American Academy of Mechanics



Attached: Publications, Presentations, Detailed Professional
Experience,

Teaching Experience & Etc.


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




3

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS


Archival Journals:


Shahady, P.A., Lyon, C.A., Chopin, M.A., Shauer, J.J. and Ewing, M.S., "Effects of Modulated Blade
Spacing on Static Rotor Acoustics and Performance,"
AIAA Progress in Aeronaut
ics
, Vol 38, 1975.


Leissa, A.W., and Ewing, M.S., "Comparisons of Beam and Shell Theories for the Vibrations of Thin
Turbomachinery Blades," Transactions, ASME,
Journal of Engineering for Power
, Vol 105, No 2, 1982.


Ewing, M.S., Leissa, A.W., and Hinger
, R.J., "On the Validity of the Reduced Bending Stiffness Method
for Laminated Composite Plates,"
Composite Structures
, vol 9, no 4, pp 301
-
317, 1988.


Ewing, M.S., "Another Second Order Beam Vibration Theory: Explicit Bending Warping Flexibility and
Restr
aint,"
Journal of Sound and Vibration
, vol 137, no 1, pp 43
-
51, 1990.


Ewing, M. S., and Mirsafian, S., “Forced Vibration of Two Beams Joined with a Nonlinear Rotational
Spring: Clamped and Simply
-
Supported End Conditions”,
Journal of Sound and Vibration
,
vol 193, no 3,
pp 483
-
496, 1996.


Ewing, M. S., “Response of a Tactical Missile to Convected Aerodynamic Excitation”, AIAA
Journal of
Spacecraft and Rockets
, vol 33, no 3, pp 360
-
365, 1996.


Liu, W. and Ewing, M.S., “Experimental and Analytical Estimation
of Loss Factors by the Power Input
Method,
AIAA Journal
, vol 45, no 2, pp 477
-
484, 2007.


Cordill, B.D., Seguin, S.A., Ewing, M.S., “Shielding Effectiveness of Carbon
-
Fiber Composite Aircraft
using Large Cavity Theory”,
accept
ed

for publication in

IEEE Tra
nsactions on Instrumentation and
Measurement
,
9 Dec

2012
.




National and International Conference Proceedings (Research):


Fisher, C.A., Ewing, M.S., and Leissa, A.W., "Vibrations of Antisymmetrically Laminated Composite
Plates Subjected to Normal Inplane

Initial Stress,"
Proceedings, Fourth International Conference on
Composite Structures
, Paisley College of Technology, Paisley, Scotland, 27
-
29 Jul 1987.


Ewing, M.S., and Venkayya, V.B., "Structural Identification Using Mathematical Optimization
Technique
s",
Proceedings,
32
nd

AIAA Structures, Dynamics and Materials Conference
, Baltimore,
Maryland, 8
-
10 April, 1991, pp 840
-
845.


Ewing, M.S., and Kolonay, R., "Dynamics Structural Model Modification Using Mathematical
Optimization Techniques,"

Proceedings,
Computer
-
Aided Optimum Design

(OPTI '91), Boston,
Massachusetts, 24
-
26 June, 1991, pp 285
-
295.


Ewing, M.S., "Structural Identification Using Mathematical Optimization Within a Production Finite
Element Analysis Code",
Proceedings, ADPA/AIAA/ASME/SPIE Acti
ve Materials and Adaptive
Structures Conference
, Alexandria, Virginia, 5
-
7 Nov 91, pp 372
-
373.



Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




4

Ewing, M.S., Chrostowski, C., and Hasselman, T.K., "Comparison of Popular Finite Element Updating
Techniques",
Proceedings, AIAA Structural Dynamics Specialists

Conference
, Dallas, Texas, 13
-
15
April, 1992.


Ewing, M.S., Kivity, J. and Lenselenk, H., "Internal Blast Response of a Ring
-
Reinforced, Thin
-
Walled,
Right Circular Cylinder: Analysis and Test",
Proceedings, FAA Aircraft Hardening and Survivability
Sympo
sium, Atlantic City
, NJ, 11
-
13 Aug 1992.


Ewing, M. S., "Response of a Tactical Missile to Aerodynamic Excitation",
Proceedings, 36th AIAA
Structures,
Structural
Dynamics and Materials Conference
, 10
-
13 April 1995.


Ewing, M. S., and Hwang, H., "Damage P
ropagation in Thin
-
Walled Structures Due to Internal Blast",
Proceedings, 36th AIAA Structures,
Structural
Dynamics and Materials Conference
, 10
-
13 April 1995.


Ewing, M.S., Arnold, A., Asadi, M., and Saripalli, S., “Polymer Matrix, Woven Fabric Composite
Manufacturing Process Design with Melt
-
Out Mandrels”,

Proceedings, 2nd International Conference on
Composites Engineering
, New Orleans, 21
-
23 August, 1995.


Ewing, M. S., “Design of an Aircraft Wingbox w
ith a Genetic Search Algorithm”
,

Proceedings, 37th
A
IAA Structures,
Structural
Dynamics and Materials Conference
, Seattle, WA, April, 1996 [AIAA
-
96
-
1536].


Sim, P., Lim, T.W., and Ewing, M.S., and Swearingen, J.D.,
“Structural
-
Acoustic Interaction Modeling
with Passive Damping Materials for Interior Noise A
batement”,
Proceedings, 4th AIAA/CEAS
Aeroacoustics Conference
, Toulouse, France, 2
-
4 June 1998.


Farokhi, S., Mirsafian, S., Sherwood, T., and Ewing, M. S., “
Prediction of Asymmetric Buffet Load on
Horizontal Stabilizers in Massively Separted Flows”,
Proc
eedings of the 21st ICAS Congress
, Melbourne,
Australia, 3
-
18 September, 1998.


Ewing, M.S., Yilmaz, Y.I. and Hale, R., “Using a Simple Concentric Cylinder Model to Interpret Failure
Stresses in a Single Fiber Fragmentation Test”,
Proceedings, 7
th

International Conference on Composites
Engineering, July 2
-
8, 2000
, pp 217
-
218.


Landes, J., Hale, R.D., and Ewing, M.S., “
Dynamic Structural Response of a Fiber Reinforced
Plastic Telescope Mirror”
Proceedings, 24
th

International Modal Analysis Conferenc
e,

St. Louis,
Missouri, 30 Jan
-
12 Feb 2006.


Liu, W. and Ewing, M.S., “Experimental and Analytical Estimation of Loss Factors by the Power Input
Method,
Proceedings, 47
th

AIAA Structures, Structural Dynamics and Mat
erials Conference, 1
-
4 May
2006
, Newport,

RI.


Liu, W. and Ewing, M.S., “Particle Damping of Composite Honeycomb Beams by the Power Input
Method”,
Proceedings,
4
8
th

AIAA Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference
, Honolulu,
HI, April 2007.


Donovan
, W.R., Hale, R.D., Ewing, M.S.,
and

Siegele, K., “The Design and Development of the Onboard
Systems for the Meridian Unmanned Aircraft”,
Proceedings, Infotech at Aerospace, 2007

(also AIAA
-
2007
-
2745).


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




5

Liu, W. and Ewing, M.S.,
“Estimating Particle Damping of Honeycomb Sandwich Plates Usi
ng a Fluid
Analogy”,
Proceedings,
4
9
th

AIAA Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference
, April
2008
, Shaumberg, IL
.


Liu, W. and Ewing, M.S.
,

“Predicting Damping Loss Factors for Beams and Plates with Constrained
Layer Damping”,
Proceedings,
4
9
th

AIAA Structures,
Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference
,
April 2008
, Shaumberg, IL
.


Hale, R.D., Ewing, M.S., Taghavi, R., Colgren, R., Downing, D.R.,
“Vertical Integration of Virtual and
Actual UAV Prototyping in the Aerospace Engineering Curriculum”,
Proceedings,
AUVSI Unmanned
Systems North America, 10
-
12 June 2008, San Diego, CA
.


Ewing, M. S., Dande, H., and Vatti, K., “Validation of Panel Damping L
oss Factor Estimation
Algorithms Using a Computational Model”,
Proceedings,
50
th

AIAA
Structures, Structural Dynamics and
Materials Conference
,
Palm Springs, CA, May 2009
.


Ewing, M. S., “Damping of Engineered Structures”,
Proceedings,
7
th

International Sy
mposium on
Vibrations Of Continuous Systems, Zakopane, Poland, July 2009
, pp 15
-
17.


Dande, H
. and Ewing, M. S.,
“Panel Damping Loss Factor Estimation Using the Random Decrement
Technique”,
Proceedings, 51
st

AIAA Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference
, Orlando,
FL, April 2010.


Ewing, M. S. and Vatti, K., “Coupling Loss Factor Estimation for Plates Joined along a Line: Analysis
and Experiment”,
Proceedings, NoiseCon 2010, Baltimore, MD, Apr
il 2010
.


Ewing, M. S. and Vatti, K., “Coupling Loss Factor Estimation for Plates Joined at a Point: Analysis and
Experiment”,
Proceedings, NoiseCon 2010, Baltimore, MD, April 2010
.


Ewing, M.S.,
and
Dande, H., “Damping Loss Factor Estimation
for Coupled
Plates Using Experimental
Transient Statistical Energy Analysis
”,
Proceedings, 52
nd
AIAA Structures, Structural
Dynamic
s

and
Materials Conference, Denver, Colorado, 4
-
7 April 2011
.


Hale, R.D., Arnold, E., Ewing, M.S. and Liu, W., “Method for Design and Analysis of Externally
Mounted Antenna Fairings in Support of Cryospheric Surveying”,
Proceedings, 52
nd

AIAA

Structures,
Structural
Dynamic
s and Materials Conference, Denver, Colorado,

4
-
7 April 2011
.


Cordill, B.D., Seguin, S.A., Ewing, M.S., “Shielding Effectiveness of Composite and Aluminum Aircraft,
Model, and Measurement Comparison”,
Proceedings,

2011
IEEE International Instrumentation and
Measurement Technology Conference, Binjang
, Hangzhou, China, 10
-
12 May 2011
.


Ewing, M.S.,
and
Dande, H., “
On When Oscillatory Response of a Structural Element is Not Modal
Response”,
Proceedings, 8
th

International Symposium on Vibrations of Continuous Systems, Whistler,
British Columbia, July 2011
, pp 13
-
15.


Cordill, B.D., Seguin, S.A., Ewing, M.S., “On Reverberation Theory and Carbon
-
Fiber Composite
Aircraft”, accepted for publication in
Proceedings
, 2012 IEEE International Instrumentation and
Measurement Conference, Graz, Austria
, 13
-
16 May 2012
.



Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




6

Aziz, M.A., Cordill, B.D., Seguin, S.A., Ewing, M.S., Mamaril, B., Phillips, J. and Pendse, V., “Shielding
Effectiveness of Composite Aircraft: A Reverbe
ration Chamber and Virtual Measurement Study”,
accepted for publication in
Proceedings, 2012 IEEE International Instrumentation and Measurement
Conference, Graz, Austria,
13
-
16 May 2012
.


Ewing, M.S. and Dande, H.A., “Characterizing Plate Damping Loss Fact
or Estimation Errors”,
Proceedings, 5
3
rd

AIAA

Structures, Structural
Dynamics

and Materials Conference,
Honolulu, Hawaii,
23
-
26 April 2012.


Dande, H.A. and Ewing, M.S., “On the Effect of Mechanical Excitation Position on Panel Loss Factor
Estimation with the Power Input Method”,
Proceedings, Internoise 2012/ASME NCAD, 19
-
22 August
2012
, New York City, NY

(paper IN12
-
1188).



National Conferenc
e Proceedings (Education):


Ewing, M.S., Armstrong, T., and Fisher, C.A., "Design of Lightweight Aircraft Structures with a
Microcomputer Toolkit,"
Proceedings, ASEE Annual Meeting
, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1986.


Fisher, C.A., and Ewing, M.S., "A Zero
-
Based

Mechanics Curriculum,"
Proceedings, ASEE Annual
Meeting
, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1986.


Ewing, M.S., and Antoon, F.A., "Using the Apple IIe Microcomputer and the Adalab Interface Card for
Transducer Measurement and Process Control,"
Proceedings, ASEE Annua
l Meeting
, Cincinnati, June
1986.


Ewing, M.S., "PC
-
Based Vibration Laboratories at the U.S. Air Force Academy,"
Proceedings, ASEE
Annual Meeting
, Portland, Oregon, June 1988.



MINOR PUBLICATIONS and REPORTS


Abstracts and Minor
Conference Proceedings:


Ewing, M.S., "Free Vibration of Thin, Shallow, Cylindrical Shells with a Beam Model Including Bending
Warping and Torsion Warping,"
Developments in Mechanics
, Proceedings of the 19th Midwestern
Mechanics Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 9
-
11 September 1983, vol

13, pp 108
-
109 . [abstract only]


Nicholls, D.J., Ewing, M.S., and Becker, M.L., "Strength, Toughness and Structural Damping
Characterization of Tough, Rubber
-
modified Epoxy Interlayers in High Stiffness Composites,"

Proceedings, Industry
-
University Advan
ced Materials Conference
, Golden, Colorado, 15
-
17 Feb 1987.


Ewing, M.S., and Leissa, A.W., "Accuracy of the Reduced Bending Stiffness Representation of
Laminated Composite Plates,"
Proceedings, Sixth International Conference on Composite Materials
,
Imperi
al College, London, England, 20
-
25 July 1987. [abstract and poster]


Ewing, M.S., "Symbolic Algebra Computer Programs in Mechanics",
Developments in Mechanics
,
Proceedings of the 21st Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Houghton, Michigan, August 1989.
[abst
ract]


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




7

Ewing, M.S., "Practical Limitations on Updating Finite Element Models Using Mathematical
Optimization Techniques",
Developments in Mechanics
, Proceedings of the 22nd Midwestern Mechanics
Conference, Rolla, Missouri, 6
-
9 October, 1991, pp 570
-
571.



G
overnment Technical Reports


Ewing, M. S., "Structural

Damage Propagation Due to Internal Blast", US Air Force Wright Laboratory
technical report, WL
-
TR
-
94
-
3116, Feb 1994.


Ewing, M.S.,


Interpolation of a Stress Intensity Factor Database for Two Elliptical Corner Cracks Near a
Rivet Hole in Sheet Subjected to Bearing, Bending or Tension”, USAFA
-
TR
-
2008
-
05
, 31 Dec 2007
.



Other
Reports:


Ewing, M.S., and Copp, P., "Independent Structural A
nalysis of the Azimuth Bearing Replacement
Proposal for the new Boston, N.H. Tracking Station," prepared for the Air Force Satellite Control
Facility, Sunnyvale AFS
,

Feb 1979
.


Ewing, M.S., "Aeropropulsion Supersonic Test Facility (ASTF) Expansion Joint Fa
ilure,", prepared for
ASTF Program Office, Arnold AFS
,

September 1983
.


Ewing, M.S., "Evaluation of the RAD Flexural Rigidity Sensor (FRS)
-

Report on Progress Through 15

Aug 1986," prepared for the DARPA

X
-
29 Program Office.


Ewing, M.S., "Evaluation of t
he RAD Flexural Rigidity Sensor (FRS)
-

Report on Phase 2 Progress
Through 4 Feb 1987," prepared for
the
DARPA X
-
29 Program Office.


Ewing, M.S., "Joint STARS Antenna Structural Health Assessment, prepared for the Joint STARS
Program Office, US Air Force E
lectronic Systems Division, Hanscom AFB
, 17 July 1987
.


Ewing, M.S., "Joint STARS Antenna Structure Environmental and Reliability Testing Assessment,
prepared for the Joint STARS Program Office, US Air Force Electronic Systems Division, Hanscom
AFB
, 17 Jul
y 1987
.


Ewing, M.S., "Qualitative Analysis of Selected Acceleration and Strain Gage Data from X29
-
A2 Flight
#42", prepared for the X
-
29 Advanced Development Program Office, Wright
-
Patterson AFB
, 7 August
1990
.


Ewing, M.S., "System
-
Optimized, Ultra Low
-
Co
st, High Strength Fuel Tankage for Long Range
Missiles", Final Report, U.S. Army Missile Command contract # DAAHO1
-
93
-
C
-
R
-
018, 9 June 1993.


Ewing, M.S., "Nonlinear Bending Vibration of a Sounding Rocket: An Opportunity for Nonlinear
Structural Identifica
tion", Final Report, Faculty Summer Research Program, Air Force Office of
Scientific Research, pp 20
-
1 to 20
-
20, 1993
.


Ewing, M. S., and Haste, F., "Analysis and Characterization of Measured Aerodynamic Loading on a
Tactical Missile", Air Force Wright Lab
oratory technical report, WL
-
TR
-
94
-
3156, Feb 1995.


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




8

Ewing, M.S., and Wohletz, J.M., "Experimental Vibration Characterization of a Scale Model Missile
Structure", Final Report, Aerotech Engineering & Research contract, 30 Dec 1994.


Ewing, M.S., Lim, T.W.,
and Swearingen, J.D., “An Integrated Design Approach to Aircraft Interior
Noise Reduction”, yearly report to the Aircraft Design and Manufacturing Research Center, 31 Dec 1996.


Lim, T.W., Ewing, M.S., and Swearingen, J.D., “An Integrated Design Approach
to Aircraft Interior
Noise Reduction”, yearly report to the Aircraft Design and Manufacturing Research Center, 31 Dec 1997.


Lim, T.W., Ewing, M.S., and Swearingen, J.D., “An Integrated Design Approach to Aircraft Interior
Noise Reduction”, yearly report t
o the Aircraft Design and Manufacturing Research Center, 31 Dec 1998.


Ewing, M.S., Kling, A., Lim, T.W.,and Swearingen, J.D.,“Predicting Sound Levels Inside a Cylinder with
a Sound
-
Absorbing Liner due to Point Excitation”, KU
-
FRL
-
14401
-
3, 15 January 1999.


Farokhi, S., Mirsafian, S., Sherwood, T., and Ewing, M.S., "Prediction of Asymmetric Buffet Loads on
Horizontal Stabilizers in Massively Separated Flows, Phase II", DOT/FAA/AR
-
99/27, May 1999.


Ewing, M.S., Swearingen, J.D. and Kirk, M., "Beech 1900D Fli
ght Test, 12 January 1999: Initial Data
Analysis", KU
-
FRL
-
14401
-
5, 30 December 1999.


Ewing, M.S., Liu, W., Pavannasam, A., Sio, W., “Aircraft Interior Noise Reduction Studies for
Composite Sandwich Structures” (yearly progress report) and KU
-
FRL
-
KAN32460
-
1, Jan 2005.


INVITED PRESENTATIONS


"Computer
-
Aided Design of Aerospace Structures", Aerospace Structural Design Evening Lecture Series,
Department of Engineering Mechanics, USAF Academy, March and November, 1990.


"Dynamic Structural Model Modification

Using Mathematical Optimization", Seminar Series in
Engineering Mechanics, Ohio State University, 27 February 91.


"Prediction of Vibration Levels of a Missile Subjected to Uncorrelated Random Pressure Excitation",
NASA/COSMIC 19th NASTRAN User's Colloqui
um, Williamsburg, Virginia, 22
-
26 April, 1991.


"Prediction of Vibration Levels of a Missile Subjected to Correlated Random Pressure Excitation",
NASA/COSMIC 20th NASTRAN User's Colloquium, Colorado Springs, C
O
, 29 April
-
1 May 1992.


"Chaos: From Butterfl
ies to Jurassic Park", Aerospace Directorate Seminar Series, US Air Force Phillips
Laboratory, July, 1993 (also, Aerospace Colloquium, University of Kansas Aerospace Engineering
Department, October, 1993).


"Damage Progression Due to Internal Blast", MacNe
al
-
Schwendler Corporation World Users"
Conference, Walt Disney World, Florida, May 1994.


“Prediction and Measurement of Damping Loss Factors in sandwich Composite Structure”, Ewing, M. S.,
Liu, W., Pavanasam, A., and Sio, W., Aircraft Interior Noise Works
hop, Spirit AeroSystems, 6 April
2006.



Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




9

“Aircraft Structural Design”, Cytech International, Anaheim, CA, 13
-
14 July, 2006.



Interpolation of a Stress Intensity Factor Database for Two Elliptical Corner Cracks Near a Rivet Hole in
Sheet Subjected to Bearing, Bending or Tension”, USAF Center for Aircraft Structural Life Extension,
USAF Academy, 15 April 2007


“Applied Research Activities in the Design Education Curriculum at the University of Kansas”, presented
at the
Open Forum in Design Education: The Role of Design Experience in Advancing Engineering
Education

(session 196), 49
th

AIAA Aerospace Sciences Mee
ting, Orlando, Florida, 6 Jan 2011.



PRESENTATIONS


"Vibration of a Cracked Rectangular Plate", 50
th

Shock and Vibration Symposium, Colorado Springs,
Colorado, 16
-
18 October 1979.


"Free Vibration of Thin, Shallow, Cylindrical Shells with a Beam Model Inc
luding Bending Warping and
Torsion Warping," 19
th

Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 9
-
11 September 1983.


"Design of Lightweight Aircraft Structures with a Microcomputer Toolkit," ASEE Annual Meeting,
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1986.


"Using the

Apple IIe Microcomputer and the Adalab Interface Card for Transducer Measurement and
Process Control," ASEE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1986.


"Strength, Toughness and Structural Damping Characterization of Tough, Rubber
-
modified Epoxy
Interlay
ers in High Stiffness Composites," Industry
-
University Advanced Materials Conference, Golden,
Colorado, 15
-
17 Feb 1987.


"Validation of Engineering Theory: An Appropriate Use of Computers", ASEE Rocky Mountain Section
Meeting, Fort Collins, Colorado, 8
-
9
April, 1988.


"Dynamic Structural Model Modification Using Optimization Techniques", AIAA Dayton
-
Cincinnati
Section Mini
-
Symposium, Dayton, Ohio, 14 March 1991.


"Structural Identification Using Mathematical Optimization Techniques", AIAA Structures, Dynam
ics
and Materials Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, 8
-
10 April, 1991.


"Dynamics Structural Model Modification Using Mathematical Optimization Techniques," Computer
-
Aided Optimum Design Conference (OPTI '91), Boston, Massachusetts, 24
-
26 June, 1991.


"Practical Limitations on Updating Finite Element Models Using Mathematical Optimization
Techniques", 22nd Midwestern Mechanics Conference, Rolla, Missouri, 6
-
9 October, 1991.


"Structural Identification Using Mathematical Optimization Within a Production
Finite Element Analysis
Code", ADPA/AIAA/ASME/SPIE Active Materials and Adaptive Structures Conference, Alexandria,
Virginia, 5
-
7 Nov 91.




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10

"Identification of Large Space Structures Using Mathematical Programming Optimization Techniques",
Eighth VPI&SU Sym
posium on Dynamics and Control of Large Structures, Blacksburg, Virginia, 6
-
8
May 1991.


"Comparison of Popular Finite Element Updating Techniques", AIAA Structural Dynamics Specialists
Conference, Dallas, Texas, 13
-
15 April, 1992.


"Failure Progression in

Aircraft Structures after Internal Blast", AIAA Wichita Section Symposium,
November, 1993.


"Response of a Tactical Missile to Aerodynamic Excitation", 36
th


AIAA Structures, Dynamics and
Materials Conference, New Orleans, Louisianna, 10
-
13 April 1995.


"Damage Propagation in Thin
-
Walled Structures Due to Internal Blast",36
th


AIAA Structures, Dynamics
and Materials Conference, New Orleans, Louisianna, 10
-
13 April 1995.


"Design of an Aircraft Wingbox with a Genetic Search Algorithm", 37
th


AIAA Structur
es, Dynamics and
Materials Conference, Seattle, Washington, April, 1996.


"Prediction of Aircraft Interior Noise Reduction Schemes: A Computational Demonstration", SAE
General, Corporate & Regional Aviation Meeting, Wichita, Kansas, 1 May 1997.


“Using a S
imple Concentric Cylinder Model to Interpret Failure Stresses in a Single Fiber Fragmentation
Test”, 7
th

International Conference on Composites Engineering, Denver, Colorado, July 2
-
8, 2000.



Dynamic Structural Response of a Fiber Reinforced Plastic
Telescope Mirror” 24
th

International
Modal Analysis Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, 30 Jan
-
12 Feb 2006.


“Experimental and Analytical Estimation of Loss Factors by the Power Input Method,
47
th

AIAA
Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference,

1
-
4 May 2006
, Newport, RI.


“Predicting Damping Loss Factors for Beams and Plates with Constrained Layer Damping”
,

4
9
th

AIAA
Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference
,

April 2008
, Shaumberg, IL
.



“Validation of Panel Damping Loss Factor Estimation Algorithms Using a Computational Model”,
5
0
th

AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials Conference,

May 2009
,

Palm Springs, CA.


“Damping of Engineered Structures”,
7
th
Internati
onal Symposium on Vibrations Of Continuous Systems,
Zakopane, Poland, July 2009.



On When Oscillatory Response of a Structural Element is Not Modal Response”,
8
th

I
nter
national
Symposium on Vibrations of Continuous Systems, Whistler, British Columbia,
July 201
1.



“Characterizing Plate Damping Loss Factor Estimation Errors,
53
rd

AIAA

Structures, Structural
Dynamics and Materials Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, 23
-
26 April 2012.



Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




11

DETAILED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


1992
-
present:

Associate Prof
essor of
Aerospace Engineering (
Chair,

1 January
1999
-

17
August
2012
)
,
Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas


Research Grants:


-

Multichannel Sense
-
and
-
Avoid Radar for Small UAVs
, NASA, $200,000 (1 Nov 2012
-
31 Oct 2013),
Co
-
P
I



-
C
ure Management

for Composite Bonded Repair
, NASA EPSCoR (pass
-
through from WSU), $75,000
(1 Jul 2011
-
30 Jun 2014, Co
-
PI


-
Materials and Sustainable Environment

Center (M2SEC),
$13,450,000

(
American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act
building grant, August

2010
-
July 2012)
, Co
-
PI

(Acoustics Test Facility lead)


-
Center for Research on Ice Sheets, NSF, $19,000,000 (1 Jun 2010
-
31 May 2015), Co
-
PI (
UAV
Avionics
Team l
ead)


-
Electromagnetic Environmental Concerns for Carbon
-
Fiber Composite Structures
,

Aerospace Design and
Manufacturing Research Center, $100,000 (1 Jan 2010
-
31 Dec 2011), PI




-
Great Plains Acoustic Tes
t Facility, Kansas University Transportation Research Institute (pass
-
through
from US DoT)
, $50,000 (15 Aug

2007
-
20 Mar 2009
), PI


-
Damp
ing Loss Factor Estimation, Spirit AeroSystems,
$55,000 (30 Sep 2007
-
2 April 2009
), PI


-
Center for Research on Ice Sheets, NS
F, $19,000,000 (1 Jun

2005
-
31 May 20
10), Co
-
P
I

(
UAV
Avionics
Team Lead
)


-
UAV Requirements Definition for Remote Sensing in the
Polar Regions, NASA, $50,000 (1 Jul
-
30 Sep
2004), Co
-
I


-
Aircraft Interior Noise Reduction Studies for Composite Sandwich Panels,
Aircraft Design and
Manufacturing Research Center (ADMRC),

$160,000 (1 Jan
-
31 Dec 2005), PI



-
KU Access to

Space Initiative,
(KU Research Development Fund) $124,904 (Oct 2000
-
May 2003), PI
(with Sorensen, Prescott, Gogineni, Rich, Jakubauskas and Rake)


-
A Scanning Laser Vibrometer for Structural Dynamics Research, (NSF, Raytheon and Boeing)
$162,800, Sep 99, PI (with McCabe)


-
An integrated design approach to aircraft interior noise reduction, sponsored by the Aircraft Design and
Manufacturing Research Center (ADMRC),

$33,400 (Oct
-
Dec 95), $131,900 (1 Jan
-
31 Dec 96)
$101,750 (1 Jan
-
31 Dec 97), $101,750 (1 Jan
-
31 Dec 98), and $1
01,750 (1 Jan
-
31 Dec 99), co
-
PI.


-
Strength of Carbon Fibers in Composite Materials, sponsored by the National Science Foundation (via
Kansas State University), $25,000 (1 Jan
-
31 Dec 97) , $25,000 (1 Jan
-

31 Dec 98), $30,000 (1 Jan
-

31
Dec 99), $30,000 (
1 Jan


31 Dec 2000) and $30,000 (1 Jan


31 Dec 2001), PI
.


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




12

-
Enhanced aircraft design capabilities for the Automated STRuctural Optimization System (ASTROS),
sponsored by the U.S. Air Force and ACTA, Inc., $25,000 grant (1995), PI.


-
Analysis of aircraft
structures subjected to internal blast, sponsored by the FAA, the U.S. Air Force and
CSA Engineering, $30,000 and $31,000 grants (1994 and 1995), PI.


-
Design and manufacturing of a low
-
cost fuel tank for a cruise missile, sponsored by the US Army and
Aero
tech Engineering and Research, Lawrence, Kansas, $15K grant (1993), PI.


-
Launch survivability of sounding rockets with nonlinear inter
-
stage joints, sponsored by USAF Phillips
Laboratory, $8K summer faculty sponsorship (1993).


Other Significant Accomplis
hments:


-
Facility Development:

-

Structural dynamics laboratory to support education and structural acoustics research, including a
modal test system and a scanning laser vibrometer

-

Vehicle
Manufacturing Facility: 2500 sq ft, with metal
-
forming and
wood
-
construction capability

-

Aerospace
Instrumentation Laboratory: 9
-
workstations with National Instruments LabView
hardware for undergraduate education

-

Milt Sills Flight Briefing Room, Garrison Flight Research Center, Lawrence Airport

-

Avionics Laborator
y, Garrison Flight Research Center, Lawrence Airport



-
Developed a new course in finite element
-
based structural optimization, including non
-
linear
programming and genetic search algorithms


-
Developed a new course in structural vibrations with modal test
ing laboratories


-
Developed a 4
-
year Professional Development Program for Aerospace Engineering students to include:


-

Time management

-

Writing (reports, resumes, letters)

-

Management and leadership

-

Personal and corporate finances

-

Ethical behavior


-
Co
-
Director of Leadership Challenge, a cooperative venture between the Schools of Business and
Engineering and the Schools’ Career Services Advisory Board


Consultation:


-
Consultant to Aerotech Engineering and Research, Inc., Lawrence, KS, on:

--
composit
e manufacturing processes for the U.S. Army Missile Command

--
composite structure failure detection for the U.S. Air Force

--
piezoceramic motor development for the U.S. Department of Energy

-
Consultant to Dynamic Analysis, Inc., Lawrence, KS, on:


--
launch
-
load structural analysis for International Space Station light fixtures


--
building roof buckling
-
induced noise

-
Consultant to Cytec International, Anaheim, CA on graphite composite airframe weight estimation


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




13

1990
-
1992:

Senior Research Engineer
, Design
and Analysis Methods Group, Analysis and
Optimization Branch, Structures Division, Flight Dynamics Directorate, Wright Laboratory
(WL/FIBRA), Wright
-
Patterson AFB, Ohio


-

Conducted research in:

--
finite element model updating using mathematical optimizati
on techniques

--
correlated, random pressure
-
induced vibration response prediction

--
survivability of commercial aircraft subject to on
-
board bomb detonation


-

Supervised Air Force
-
Contractor team analyzing vibration response of a tactical missile to corre
lated
pressure excitation (3
-
year, $240K effort).


1989
-
90:

Chief, Analysis and Optimization Branch
, Structures Division, Flight Dynamics
Laboratory, Wright Research and Development Center (WRDC/FIBR), Wright
-
Patterson AFB, Ohio


-

Supervised 20 engineers conducting research in computational structural mechanics, structural
optimization and aeroservoelasticity


-

Coordinated Branch research with NASA and other DoD agencies, including NASA, AFOSR, and the
Department of the Navy


198
3
-
89:

Tenure Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics
, Department of Engineering
Mechanics (HQ USAFA/DFEM), USAF Academy, Colorado


Primary Duties:


-

Instructor and Course Director for numerous engineering courses (Aerospace Structural Analysis,
Aero
space Structural Design, Experimental Mechanics, Vibrations, Finite Element Method, and
Mechanics of Deformable Bodies)


-

Director of Budget: developed numerous equipment buy
-
plans for the Applied Mechanics Lab and the
Engineering Division's Computer
-
Aide
d Design Lab


-

Deputy for Structures: supervised instructors, developed curriculum and budget requirements for lab and
computer resources to support structural analysis and structural dynamics education


Consultation:


-

Consultant for Aeropropulsion Supe
rsonic Test Facility (ASTF) program office, Arnold AFS,
Tennessee: determined the cause of
“screech” in

a 28
-
foot diameter expansion joint in the ASTF wind
tunnel and proposed a solution which was subsequently implemented (report)


-
Consultant for DARPA's
X
-
29 Program Office: conducted laboratory evaluation of a novel structural
vibration sensor being considered for flight test (report)


-

Consultant for Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar (Joint STARS) Program Office, Hanscom AFB,
MA: reviewed radar an
tenna structural design and test plans to assess the


structural

"health"

of the



Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




14

antenna; proposed numerous weight reduction schemes (two reports); proposed numerous structural
dynamics tests to better identify vibration problems


-

Consultant to
USAF
Accident Investigation Board

(Fatal ASK
-
4 glider crash)
: led a 10
-
man
military
team
through mountainous terrain

to survey crashed aircraft; determined aircraft attitude and structural
integrity at impact


Research:


-

Design of damped, high toughness composites, sponsored by AFOSR (paper)


-

Analysis of bending, vibration and buckling of composite panels (three papers)


Other Significant Accomplishments:


-

Developed Computer
-
Aided Design Lab
for cadet instruction: i
ncluded

PC
-
based and
mini
-
computer
-
based finite el
ement analysis with solid model
ing capability


-

Developed Vibration Test Facility to support cadet education, including testing Get Away Special
(GAS) Space Shuttle experiments: capable of all Military St
andard 810D vibration and shock testing


-

Developed Composites Manufacturing Facility for cadet instruction and faculty research: include
d

a
research
-
grade autoclave capable of curing thermoset and thermoplastic composites


-

Developed Modal Test Facilit
y to support cadet education and faculty research


1980
-
83:

Doctoral Student

of Professor Arthur W. Leissa, Department of Engineering Mechanics,
Ohio State University


1978
-
80:

Instructor of Civil Engineering
, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineer
ing
Mechanics (HQ USAFA/DFCEM), USAF Academy, Colorado


-

Instructor and Course Director, Engineering Fundamentals


-

Consulting for Air Force Satellite Control Facility, Sunnyvale AFS:


--

Investigated steel design safety concerns for the proposed 8
-
foot
diameter azimuth bearing replacement
procedure for the New Boston, New Hampshire Station tracking antenna (report)


--

Proposed hydraulic system modification for Indian Ocean Station tracking antenna to alleviate slew
control problems




Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




15

1976
-
78:

Propulsion Staff Officer
, Engineering Directorate, Logistics Operations, Air Force
Logistics Command Headquarters (HQ AFLC/LOE), Wright
-
Patterson AFB, Ohio


-

Headquarters Staff Officer for the Engine Component Improvement Program (CIP), Spectrometric Oil

Analysis Program (SOAP), Air Logistics Center (ALC) engineering laboratories and ALC Engineering
Services for propulsion systems


-

Project Officer for NATO JP
-
4 to JP
-
8 Fuel Conversion Program: projected engineering and test budget
r
equirements; on
-
sit
e director for operational cold weather test program
,
Minot
AFB, South Dakota



1972
-
76:

Turbine Engine Design Analyst
, Propulsion and Power Directorate, Aeronautical Systems
Division (ASD/ENJ), Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio


-

Finite Element Stress Analysis

and service life prediction for turbine engine components for F
-
15, F
-
16,
A
-
10 and A
-
7 program offices


-

Chief, F
-
17 Engine (YJ101) Structural Life and Durability As
sessment Team,

F
-
16 versus F
-
17 source
selection



Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




16

TEACHING EXPERIENCE


United States Air Force Academy
, 1976
-
1978 and 1983
-
1989.

Course descriptions use the following
abbreviations: EM = Engineering Mechanics, Engr = Engineering, and CE = Civil Engineering.


CE 110 and Engr 110, Engineering Fundamentals (statics, dynamics and "strength of materials")
-

10
offerings


EM 120, Engin
eering Fundamentals (statics and "strength of materials")
-

4
offerings


EM 320, Dynamics (vector mechanics of particles and rigid bodies)
-

2
offerings


EM 331, Aerospace Structural Analysis (classical "strength of materials" with applications to
semimono
coque construction)
-

4
offerings


EM 332, Aerospace Structural Design (design of bolted, riveted and welded connections, tube structures
and buckling
-
limited aerospace structures, with lab, 4 design projects)
-

2
offerings


EM 335, Mechanics of Deformable

Bodies (advanced "strength of materials" and introduction to
elasticity)
-

1
offering


EM 420, Vibration (response of lumped parameter systems, with lab, and introduction to continuous
systems)
-

3
offerings


Engr 430, Engineering Design (semester
-
long gr
oup design project)
-

1
offering


EM 431, Introduction to the Finite Element Method (both direct stiffness and "energy" formulations of
bar and beam elements)
-

6
offerings


EM 432, Finite Element Method (constant strain and isoparametric elements, substru
cturing and dynamic
analysis, design project)
-

5
offerings


EM 460, Experimental Mechanics (instrumentation, photoelasticity, strain gages and holography)
-

2
offerings


EM 499, Independent Study
-

6 students, 5 projects: Design and Testing of
Unsymmetric Laminated
Composites, Literature Survey of Passive Damping Applications for Structures, Vibration and Sound
Laboratory Development, Modal Testing Software Development, Modal Testing of a Large Space
Structure Test Article


Wright State Universi
ty
, 1990
-
1992.
Here, ME = Mechanical Engineering


ME 408/608, Design Optimization (classical opt
imization theory,

design project)
-

3
offerings


ME 409/609, Aircraft Structural Design (a new course developed for Wright State's proposed Aerospace
Engineeri
ng degree program
)

-

1
offering



ME 213, Dynamics for Engineers (vector mechanics of particles and rigid bodies)
-

2
offerings


Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




17

University of Kansas
, 1992
-
present.

Here, AE = Aerospace Engineering


AE 430, Aerospace Instrumentation


selection and use of instrumentation for flight vehicles and
aerospace laboratories


1
offering


AE 507, Aerospace Structures
-

(introduction to aerospace materials; classical "strength of materials"
analysis with empha
sis on semimonocoque construction; introduction to buckling; design of connections,
beams with combined loading and wingboxes limited by buckling constraints)


20

offerings


AE 510, Materials and Processes


(selection of materials for aerospace vehicles,

manufacturing
processes for aerospace vehicles, design of manufacturing processes)


3
offerings


AE 523, Spacecraft Design (mission design, aerospace environment, orbit design, launch systems,
reentry, attitude control, propulsion, onboard power, communi
cations, payload design, structures, entry in
national AIAA/Loral spacecraft design contest)
-

6
offerings


AE 590 Senior Seminar


preparation for entry into the Aerospace Engineering

profession
-

1
2

offerings


AE 625/725, Numerical Optimization
-

(class
ical optimization theory: emphasis on numerical
programming with an introduction to genetic, simulated annealing and neural network algorithms;
finite
element
-
based
str
uctural optimization
)
-
6
offerings


AE 680/705, Structural Vibrations (review of free a
nd forced excitation, dynamic measurements,
environmental testing lab, theory of modal testing, design of
modal tests, modal test lab)


11

offerings


CPE 121, Introduction to Computer Programming
-

1
offering


Math 250, Differential E
quations


1
offering


University of Kansas Continuing Education
, 1995
-
present
.


Aircraft Structures Analysis & Design




multiple
public

cours
es in Seattle, Orlando and

San Diego



public courses in
Bethesda (MD)
, Ft Worth
,

Las Vegas
and Singapore



on
-
site courses

for

Boeing Aircraft

(Seattle),
Bombardier (Toronto
, Canada
), Boeing Aircraft
(Winnipeg, Canada),
Wichita Aerospace Consortium (Wichita),
Hawker
-
Beechcraft (Wichita),
Bell
Helicopter (Ft Worth), Northrop
-
Grumman Aircraft (
San Bernardo, CA
)
, Sier
ra Nevada (Denv
er) and

Taeco (Xiamen, China)


Aerospace Structural Composites




on
-
site course
s

in
Wichita and
Hong Kong

Curriculum Vita: Mark S. Ewing




18

ETC.


Hobbies:





keeping my 1974 Saab Sonett
III
sports car alive



playing classical violin (former member, Wright

State Community Orchestra)



fiddling


Sporting Activities:





running in the woods



speed
-
skating on wheels



cross
-
country skiing, snow
-
shoeing,
downhill skiing

and
snow
-
boarding

with m
y children



playing

ice

hockey


Community Activities:





President, Watts
Middle School P
TO, Centerville, OH, 1991
-
1992



coach for numerous youth soc
cer and hockey teams 1991
-
2000



Faculty Adviso
r, KU Hockey Club 1992
-
present



Coach for Lawrence Free State High Sc
hool Ice Hockey Team 1998
-
2002


Awards:





Kansas City Metro Area
High School Hockey Leag
ue Coach of the Year 2001
-
2002



Inducted into O’Fallon Township High School Walk of Fame
, O’Fallon, Illin
oi
s, February 2012