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Haiying Huang

Name

[Huang, Haiying]
  • Professor, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Biography

Prof. Haiying Huang received a B.Eng. degree in Aircraft propulsion from the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) in 1987, a M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1997 and 1998 respectively. Dr. Huang worked as a Member of Technical Staff at Lucent Technologies/Bell labs for four years before becoming an assistant professor at Purdue University in 2004. She joined the University of Texas at Arlington as an assistant professor in 2006 and was promoted to an associate professor and a full professor in 2010 and 2014, respectively. Her current research interests are focused on smart devices and systems for health monitoring of structures and human.

Professional Preparation

    • 1998 PhD in Aerospace EngineeringGeorgia Institute of Technology
    • 1997 MS in Electrical EngineeringGeorgia Institute of Technology
    • 1991 B. Eng in Aircraft PropulsionBeijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Appointments

    • Sept 2014 to Present Professor
      University of Texas Arlington
    • Sept 2010 to Aug 2014 Assoc Prof
      University of Texas-Arlington
    • Jan 2006 to Aug 2010 Assist Professor
      University of Texas-Arlington
    • Sept 2004 to Aug 2006 Assist Professor
      Purdue University
    • Jan 2000 to Jan 2004 Member of Technical Staff
      Bell Labs, Lucent Technology/OFS
    • Jan 1998 to Jan 1999 Design Engineer
      FMC Corporation

Research and Expertise

Publications

      Journal Article 2014
      • Islam, M. and Huang, H., 2014, “Understanding the effects of adhesive layer on the electromechanical impedance (EMI) of bonded piezoelectric wafer transducer”, Smart Materials and Structures, v23, p125037.

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      2014
      • Huang, H. and Bednorz, T., 2014, “Introducing S-parameters for ultrasound-based Structural Health Monitoring”, IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, v61, n11, p 1856 – 1863.

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      2014

      Journal Article 2013
      • Wang, Y., Meletis, E.I. and Huang, H., 2013, “Study of surface roughness evolution during fatigue of 316L stainless steel”, v48, International Journal of Fatigue, p280-288.

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      2013
      • Huang, H., “Flexible wireless antenna sensor: a review”, available on line, IEEE Sensor Journal Special Issue on Flexible Sensors and Sensing Systems (Top 25 downloaded in Feb. 2013).

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      Journal Article 2012
      • Mohammad, I., Gowda, V., Zhai, H. and H. Huang, 2012, “Detecting crack orientation using Patch antenna sensors”, Measurement Science and Technology, v23, p015102.
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      2012
      • Xu, X. and Huang, H., 2012, “Multiplexing passive wireless antenna sensors for multi-site crack detection and monitoring”, Smart Materials and Structures, v21, p015004
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      2012
      • Mohammad, I. and Huang, H., 2012, “Shear sensing based on microstrip patch antenna”, Measurement Science and Technology, v23, 105705 (5pp).
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      2012
      • Xu, X. and Huang, H., 2012, “Battery-less wireless interrogation of microstrip patch antenna
        for strain sensing”, v21, Smart Materials and Structures, p125007.

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      Journal Article 2011
      • Deshmukh, S., Xu, X., Mohammad, I. and Huang, H., 2011, “Antenna sensor skin for fatigue crack detection and monitoring”, Smart Structures and Systems, Special Issue on Bio-inspired Sensing and Actuation, v8, n1, p93-106
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      2011
      • Hew, Y., Deshmukh, S. and Huang, H., 2011, “A wireless strain sensor consumes less than 10 mW”, Smart Materials and Structures, v20, p105032
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      2011
      • Huang, H. and Paramo, D., 2011, “Broadband electrical impedance matching of piezoelectric ultrasound transducer”, IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control, v58, n12, p2699-2707.
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      2011
      • Wang, Y. and Huang, H., 2011, “Optical fiber corrosion sensor”, Smart Materials and Structures, 20, p085003.
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      2011
      • Huang, D. Paramo and S. Deshmukh. "Unpowered wireless transmission of ultrasound signals." Smart Materials and Structures 20 (2011): 015017.
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      2011
      • Erdmann, J. and Huang, H., 2011, “Microwave antenna sensors for fatigue crack Monitoring under lap-joints”, Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, v35, p456 -465.
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      2011
      • Mohammad, I. and H. Huang, 2011, "An antenna sensor for crack detection and monitoring." Advances in Structural Engineering, Advances in Structural Engineering, 14, p47-53.
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      Journal Article 2010
      • Deshmukh, S. and H. Huang. "Wireless interrogation of passive antenna sensors." Measurement Science and Technology 21, no 3 (2010): 035201.
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      2010
      • Mohammad, I. and H. Huang. "Monitoring fatigue crack growth and opening using antenna sensor." Smart Materials and Structures 19, no 5 (2010): 055023.
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      Journal Article 2009
      • Huang, A. Majumdar and J. Cho. "Fabrication and evaluation of hybrid silica/polymer optical fiber sensors for large strain measurement." Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control 31, no 4 (2009): 247-57.
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      2009
      • Tata, S. Deshmukh, R. Carter Chiao, and H. Huang. "Bio-inspired sensor skins for structural health monitoring." Smart Materials and Structures 18, no 10 (2009): 104026.
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      2009
      • Majumdar, A. and H. Huang. "A compact optical fiber sensor for arbitrary small distance measurement." Applied Optics 48, no 19 (2009): 3702-08.
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      2009
      • Tata, H. Huang, J. C. Chiao, and R. Carter. "Exploiting patch antenna for strain measurement." Measurement Science and Technology 20, no 1 (2009): 015201.
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      Journal Article 2008
      • Uang, T. Pamphile and M. Derriso. "The effect of actuator bending on Lamb wave displacement fields generated by a piezoelectric patch." Smart Materials and Structures 17, no 5 (2008): 055012.
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      2008
      • Majumdar, A. and H. Huang. "Development of an in-fiber whitelight interferometric distance sensor for absolute measurement of arbitrary small distances." Applied Optics 47, no 15 (2008): 2821-28.
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      2008
      • Huang, H. and U. Tata. "Simulation, implementation, and analysis of an optical fiber bundle distance sensor with single mode illumination." Applied Optics 47, no 9 (2008): 1302-09.
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Support & Funding

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    • Jan 2015 to Dec 2017 Distributed Wireless Antenna Sensors for Boiler Condition Monitoring, sponsored by  - $399311
    • Sept 2014 to Sept 2017 Integrated Experimental-numerical Framework for the Study of Early Fatigue Damage sponsored by  - $451781
    • Sept 2014 to Sept 2017 Smart Sensing and Dynamic Fitting for Enhanced Comfort and Performance of Prosthetics sponsored by  - $744300
    • July 2014 to Dec 2015 Simultaneous Strain and Temperature Measurement Using a Single Fiber Bragg Grating with a Thermochromic Coating sponsored by  - $200027
    • Sept 2014 to Aug 2015 Acquisition of an In-situ Micro/nano Mechanical Characterization System for Quantitative Study of Fatigue-induced Microplasticity sponsored by  - $348385
    • June 2014 to May 2015 SmartWalker – a New Design of Rolling Walkers to Reduce Falls and Walker‐use Related Side Effects sponsored by  - $46472
    • Mar 2012 to Feb 2015 Remote generation and steering of ultrasound using microwave sponsored by  - $300003
    • Mar 2012 to Aug 2012 Unpowered wireless ultrasound generation for SHM of composites sponsored by  - $35600
    • July 2009 to June 2014 CAREER: Passive Wireless Sensor Networks for Bio-inspired Sensor Skins sponsored by  - $430000
    • July 2010 to June 2012 Unpowered wireless Acoustic Emission sensor for Structural Health Monitoring sponsored by  - $197202
    • Sept 2010 to Aug 2011 Breast Cancer Detection Based on Ultrasonic Grating and Whitelight Reflectometry sponsored by  - $112083
    • Feb 2010 to Jan 2011 Unpowered wireless ultrasound sensor sponsored by  - $50000
    • Apr 2010 to Aug 2010 Repair and upgrade Instron test frame for fatigue loading sponsored by  - $65000
    • June 2011 to May 2012 Embedding passive wireless shear/pressure sensors in shoes for diabetic foot diagnostics and ulcer prevention sponsored by  - $45000
    • June 2008 to May 2011 Quantification of multiple cracks using MM-wave antenna sensing network sponsored by  - $360000
    • Sept 2008 to Aug 2010 Exploiting conformal wireless patch antenna for Integrated Vehicle Health Monitoring (IVHM) sponsored by  - $20000
    • Aug 2005 to Aug 2008 Development of in-fiber whitelight interferometric sensor for absolute distance measurement and characterization of micro/nano scale structures sponsored by  - $149997
    • June 2007 to May 2008 Exploratory study of MM-wave patch antennas for strain measurement and crack detection sponsored by  - $45000
    • Aug 2006 to Mar 2007 Exploiting material microstructural changes at high temperature for sensor development sponsored by  - $30000

Courses

      • ME 5314-001 FRACTURE MECHANICS IN STRUCTURAL DESIGN

        This course will cover the basic concepts of fracture mechanics for both the linear elastic and elastic-plastic regions. Stress analysis and residual strength evaluation for a cracked structure will be included. Design approach of damage tolerance and durability will be introduced. Prediction of crack growth life for a structure under fatigue loading will also be included.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • MAE 1312-001 Engineering Statics

        A study of forces and force systems, resultants and components of force systems, forces due to friction, conditions of equilibrium, forces acting on members of trusses and frame structures, centroids. Vector and index notation introduced.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • ME 5323-001 ENGINEERING RESEARCH METHODS

        This hands-on course will teach the tools that are essential for conducting graduate research, with an aim to prepare the students for project-based graduate research. The course will be focused on the integration of engineering concepts to complete course projects that imitate mini research projects.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • ME 5390-006 Engineering Research Methods - ADVANCED TOPICS IN AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

        This hands-on course will teach the tools that are essential for conducting graduate research, with an aim to prepare the students for project-based graduate research. The course will be focused on the integration of engineering concepts to complete course projects that imitate mini research projects.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • AE 5301-006 Engineering Research Methods - ADVANCED TOPICS IN AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

        This hands-on course will teach the tools that are essential for conducting graduate research, with an aim to prepare the students for project-based graduate research. The course will be focused on the integration of engineering concepts to complete course projects that imitate mini research projects.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • ME 5314-001 Fracture Mechanics in Structure Design

        This course will cover the basic concepts of fracture mechanics for both the linear elastic and elastic-plastic regions. Stress analysis and residual strength evaluation for a cracked structure will be included. Design approach of damage tolerance and durability will be introduced. Prediction of crack growth life for a structure under fatigue loading will also be included.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • MAE 2312-001 Solid Mechanics

        This course covers the relationships between stresses strains and deflections in
        elastic and plastic bodies and the loads that produce them. Simple and combined
        stresses and failure theories for static and variable loading are discussed.
        Applications of material properties and principles of solid mechanics to the
        analysis and design of machine structure members are also included.

        Fall - 11 Weeks - 2013Contact info & Office Hours
      • MAE 5314-001 Fracture Mechanics in Structure Design
        This course will cover the basic concepts of fracture mechanics for both the linear elastic and elastic-plastic regions. Stress analysis and residual strength evaluation for a cracked structure will be included. Design approach of damage tolerance and durability will be introduced. Prediction of crack growth life for a structure under fatigue loading will also be included.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20131 Link
      • ME 5390-000 Engineering Research Methods
        This hands-on course will teach the tools that are essential for conducting graduate research, with an aim to prepare the students for project-based graduate research. The course will be focused on the integration of engineering concepts to complete course projects that imitate mini research projects.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 20121 Link
      • MAE 2312-001 Solid Mechanics

        This course covers the relationships between stresses strains and deflections in elastic and plastic bodies and the loads that produce them. Simple and combined stresses and failure theories for static and variable loading are discussed. Applications of material properties and principles of solid mechanics to the analysis and design of machine structure members are also included.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • MAE 2312-001 Solid Mechanics

        This course covers the relationships between stresses strains and deflections in elastic and plastic bodies and the loads that produce them. Simple and combined stresses and failure theories for static and variable loading are discussed. Applications of material properties and principles of solid mechanics to the analysis and design of machine structure members are also included.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • MAE 5314-001 Fracture Mechanics in Structure Design
        This course will cover the basic concepts of fracture mechanics for both the linear elastic and elastic-plastic regions. Stress analysis and residual strength evaluation for a cracked structure will be included. Design approach of damage tolerance and durability will be introduced. Prediction of crack growth life for a structure under fatigue loading will also be included.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link
      • MAE 5314-001 Fracture Mechanics in Structure Design
        This course will cover the basic concepts of fracture mechanics for both the linear elastic and elastic-plastic regions. Stress analysis and residual strength evaluation for a cracked structure will be included. Design approach of damage tolerance and durability will be introduced. Prediction of crack growth life for a structure under fatigue loading will also be included.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20111 Link