Research Project Status Report additional information and updates on each project can found on our web page

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November 21, 2013


Research Project Status Report


additional information and updates on each project can
found on our web page


http://stem.ysu.edu/CTME


Ongoing Projects:



1)


“Tribological

Characterization of Lightweight Engineering Materials for Braking
Applications”.


2)

“Advance Ceramic Metallic Composites for Lightweight Vehicle Braking”.


3)


“Innovative Hydraulic Transmission for Direct and/or Hybrid Applications”.


4)

“Development of a Secu
re, Redundant and Coherant Sensor Network for Monitoring
Civil Infrastructure Systems”.


5)


“Fish Passage Through Culverts: Reducing Uncertainty through an Analysis of Pipe
Roughness and Velocity Distributions”.


6)


“Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Assurance Automotive Signal/Data Transmission
System for Vehicle Transportation Systems”.

Phase 3: Focus on the technology implementations, institutionalization of the student
training and potential collaboration wit
h the industry.


7)

“Study of Low
-
Temperature Active Rare
-
Earth Oxide Catalysts for Automotive Exhaust
Cleanup”


8)

“Performance of Constructed Storm Water Quality Treatment Products”


9)

‘Development and Demonstration of an Improved Ranking Algorithm for Fish Pas
sage
through Culvers”



10)

“The Fracture of Novel Sandwich Structures”


11)

“Monitoring Bridge Safety with Skyline Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks”














Completed projects:


1)


“Transportation Workforce Development and Outreach Seminars”.


2)


“Electric Vehicle Charging Station and Vehicle Detection Monitor” YSU CTME funded
“Map/GPS application for vehicle drivers” portion of the project.


3)

“On Reducing Bumps at Pavement
-
Bridge Interfaces”.


4)

“Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Assurance Aut
omotive Signal/Data Transmission
System for Vehicle Transportation Systems”.

Phase 1: Identification of transmission parameters (Functional EMC) and test
methodology development in the laboratory.

Phase 2: Focus on the development of the test procedures
and measurements for the
emissions characteristic (environmental EMC) of various transmission lines and
connection systems.


5)

“Real Time Stress Monitoring of Highway Bridges with a wireless Sensor Network”.