Amol Kulkarni

Amol Kulkarni
Pennsylvania State University | Penn State · Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

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In a world of rapidly changing technologies, reliance on complex engineered systems has become substantial. Interactions associated with such systems as well as associated manufacturing processes also continue to evolve and grow in complexity. Consider how the complexity of manufacturing processes makes engineered systems vulnerable to cascading an...
Conference Paper
Surface defects can be extremely detrimental to performance of fabricated components due to strain concentrations that are known to shorten life due to wear, fatigue, and corrosion. Unfortunately , surface defects are challenging to characterize due to their small size and require advanced equipment such as white-light interferometers. This is not...
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Understanding interactions between components is fundamental in the design of products. Design Structure Matrices (DSMs) are often used to represent the relationships between every component or subsystem in a product. The complex network of interactions can then be clustered into subassemblies and other hierarchies, aiding designers in making criti...
Conference Paper
The present work delineates a novel and scalable approach to characterization of defects in additively manufactured components. The approach is based on digital image correlation and involves characterization of surface speeds during rigid body rotation of the workpiece, followed by normalization with respect to rotation speed. Towards this, two di...
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The present work delineates a novel and scalable approach to characterization of defects in additively manufactured components. The approach is based on digital image correlation and involves characterization of surface speeds during rigid body rotation of the workpiece, followed by normalization with respect to rotation speed. Towards this, two di...

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The goal of the project was to compile and assess methods for optimizing Design Structure Matrix in the design of product families and platforms.