Mr. Michael Boyle
- 535.427.81 Computer-Aided Design (Spring 2018)
- 535.427.82 Computer-Aided Design (Spring 2018)
- 535.627.81 Computer-Aided Design (Summer 2018)
- 535.627.82 Computer-Aided Design (Summer 2018)
- B S Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland
- M S Mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland
Principal Professional Staff, JHU Applied Physics Laboratory
Publications"Modeling and Sensitivity Analysis of the WIAMan ATD Head and Neck; A Finite Element Study," Matthew L. Davis, Jeremy M. Schap, Michael Boyle, Robert Armiger, M Chowdhury, F. Scott Gayzik, Second Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Human and Surrogate Response to Accelerative Loading, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, MD (January 12-14, 2016).
"WIAMan Lower Leg Strength of Design and Soft Materials Sensitivity Study using Design of Experiments" Michael Boyle (Presenter), Thomas Magee, Andrew Lennon, Robert Armiger, Mostafiz Chowdhury, Second Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Human and Surrogate Response to Accelerative Loading, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, MD (January 12-14, 2016).
"Modeling and Simulation of Lumbar SUrrogate Response for UBB Loading," C. Pyles, M. Boyle, R. Armiger, J. Zhang, F. Pintar, NYoganandan, J. Moore, M. Chowdhury, A. Merkle, Second Workshop on Numerical Analysis of Human and Surrogate Response to Accelerative Loading, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, MD (January 12-14, 2016).
Multiscale Modeling of High-Strength Fibers and Fabrics. John A. Thomasa, Matthew T. Shanaman, Christian L. Lomicka, Mike P. Boyle, Xiomara Calderon-Colon, Erin D. LaBarre, Jason M. Tiffany, Morgan M. Trexler. Presented at the SPIE Defense, Security + Sensing Conference, Conference 8373: Micro- and Nanotechnology Sensors, Systems, and Applications IV, (8373-65, Session 13), Baltimore, MD, April 23-27, 2012.
Temperature sensitivity of capillary-driven flow: Application to age monitoring devices. Original Research Article. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Volume 372, Issue 1, 15 April 2012, Pages 176-182. J.A. Thomas, M.P. Boyle, L.W. Hunter, J.E. Tiffany
"A Clear Path to Blockage Maps: Translating an Obstructed 3-D Field of View into 2-D," M. Boyle, D. Napolillo, presentation at the ASME 2011 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Denver, CO, Nov 11-17, 2011.
“An Evaluation of Select Material Properties for Electron Beam Melted Ti-6-4,” M. Rooney, M. Boyle, A.M. Lennon, R.M. Deacon, E.D. LaBarre, SAMPE 2009 Proceedings, Baltimore, MD (18-21 May 2009).
“Buckling, Collapse and Failure Analysis of GFRP Sandwich Panels,” Roberts, J. C., Boyle, M. P., Wienhold, P.D. and White G. J., Composites Engineering-Part B, 33, pg 315-324 (2002).
“Experimental, Numerical, and Analytical Results For Buckling and Post-Buckling of Orthotropic Rectangular Sandwich Panels,” Boyle, M. P., Roberts, J. C., Wienhold, P. D., Bao, G., White, G. J., Composite Structures;50:375-380 (2001).
“Automated Three-Dimensional Finite Element Modeling of The Proximal Femur Using Dual-Energy X-Ray Absorptiometry Derived Structural Geometry,” Boyle, M. P.; Magee, T. C.; Bailey, L. E.; and Beck, T. J., VIIth International Symposium on Computer Simulation in Biomechanics. Calgary, Canada (1999).
American Society of Mechanical Engineers