OHIO
STATE
UNIVERSITY


THE SEVENTH
INVERSE PROBLEMS IN ENGINEERING SEMINAR

Monday, June 12 - Tuesday, June 13, 1995
231 West Eighteenth Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210. U.S.A.

Co-Chairperson: Henry R. Busby, The Ohio State University
Co-Chairperson: Lijia Guo, The Ohio State University

This Program is jointly sponsored by these units of the Ohio State University:


The Seventh Inverse Problems in Engineering Seminar will explore a wide range of inverse problems, from theory and methods to specific applications in manufacturing and research. The contributed paper are selected from across the United States as well as overseas.

As in past years, the transparencies used in the presentations will be collected and reproduced in a notebook proceedings. The volume will be delivered to the registrants free of charge.

SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Monday Morning, June 12, 1995

08:00-11:00 Registration, Room 110, Mathematics Building

Monday Morning Session: Chairperson: Henry Busby

Room 160 Mathematics Anex

08:45-09:00 Welcome: William Baeslack, Associate Dean, College of Engineering
Robert B. Brown, Chairperson, Department of Mathematics

09:00-10:00 Tutorial Solution of a Heat Conduction Parameter Estimation Problem Using the Adjoint Method,
Y.C. Jarny, ISITEM, France and James V. Beck, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

10:00-10:20 Numerical Identification of Diffusivity Coefficient and Boundary Condition for IHCP,
Carlos E. Mejia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia and Diego A. Murio, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

10:20-10:40 COFFEE BREAK

10:40-11:00 A Non-Contact Method for Measuring the Thermal Properties of a Carbon-Carbon Composite,
Kevin Dowding and James Beck, Michigan State University East Lansing, MI

11:00-11:20 Estimation of Binary Mass Diffusion Coefficients of Gases in Liquids Using Holographic Interferometry,
W. Roetzel, D. Blvmker, and W. Czarnetzki, Universitdt der Bundeswehr Hamburg, Germany

11:20-11:40 Design of Multiphase Flow Experiments in Porous Media,
H. Urkedal, R. Kulkarni, J.E. Nordtvedt, and A.T. Watson, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

11:40-12:00 Structural Damage Detection and Identification Using Artificial Neural Networks,
Herman Shen, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH


12:00-02:00 LUNCH BREAK: Mathematics Tower Lounge, Room 724


Monday Afternoon Session: Chairperson: Diego Murio

Room 160 Mathematics Anex

02:00-02:20 Parametric Comparison of the Function Specification and Tikhonov Regularization Methods Used for the IHCP,
Joseph Bayne Schroeder, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

02:20-02:40 An Analysis of Flash Heating as an Inverse Problem,
Bob McMasters, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

02:40-03:00 Measurement of Thermal Properties of Films Using Infrared Thermography,
F. Breidenich, H. Relyea, J.V. Beck, and J.J. McGrath, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

03:00-03:20 A General Approach to Solve Inverse Heat Conduction Problems, and Sensitivity Analysis on Estimated Functions,
B. Truffart, Y. Jarny, and B. Bourouga, Laboratoire de Thermocinetique, Nantes, France

03:20-03:40 COFFEE BREAK

03:40-04:00 Inverse Heat Conduction Using Constant Function Specification and Tikhonov Zeroth-Order Regularization Algorithms,
Adedejo B. Oladipo, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

04:00-04:20 Inverse Heat Conduction Problem Solutions Via Second-Order Design Sensitivities and Newton's Method,
Dan Tortorelli, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL

04:20-04:40 An Inverse Heat Transfer Mixed Convection In A Non-Dracy Saturated Porous Media,
Awad Mansour, Jordan University of Science \& Technology, Irbid, Jordan

04:40-05:00 One Dimensional Heat Flux History Estimation from Discrete Temperature Measurements,
D. Greg Walker, Elaine P. Scott, and Robert J. Nowak, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg and NASA Langley Research Center, VA


Tuesday Morning Session: Chairperson: Keith Woodbury

Room 160 Mathematics Anex

09:00-09:20 A Boundary Element Solution to the Backward Heat Conduction Problem,
D. Lensnic, L. Elliott and D.B. Ingham, University of Leeds, England

09:20-09:40 Demonstration of an Algorithm for the Solution of the Two-Dimensional IHCP,
Arafa Osman and Kevin Dowding, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

09:40-10:00 Use of the L-Curve for Estimating Fine Spatial-Scale Heterogeneous Hydraulic Conductivity Fields: comparison of Gradient and Direct Search Algorithms,
Jim Uber, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

10:00-10:20 Determining the Size and Location of a Crack in a Frame Structure,
James Doyle, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

10:20-10:40 COFFEE BREAK

10:40-11:00 Determination of Dynamic Surface Tension and Elongational Viscosity from Oscillating Jet Measurements,
Stephen E. Bechtel and Kurt W. Koelling, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

11:00-11:20 Inverse Solution for Interface Conditions in Extrusion,
Antoinette M. Maniatty, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY

11:20-11:40 Optimization of a Slag-Granulating Process by Means of Inverse Problems Methods,
Alexander V. Moultanovsky, Cleveland, OH

11:40-12:00 Regularization of an Inverse Problem for Radioactive Tracers in Fractured Rock,
Nela Zavaljevski and Alvin Shapiro, Unicersity of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH


12:00-01:40 LUNCH BREAK: Mathematics Tower Lounge, Room 724


Tuesday Afternoon Session: Chairperson: Lijia Guo

Room 160 Mathematics Anex

01:40-02:00 Inverse Problems in Petroleum Science and Engineering- Methodologies and Examples,
J.E. Nordtvedt, S. Chen, O. Isaksen, H.S. Lane, F. Qin, and A. T. Watson, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

02:00-02:20 Selected Reconstruction Methods and Applications to Real-Time Tomography,
Snezana Konecni, A. Haji-Sheikh, University of Texas at Arlington, and Robert Magnusson, Forney International, Inc., Arlington, TX

02:20-02:40 Simultaneous Estimation of Sensor Time Constant and Surface Heat Flux in the IHCP,
Keith Woodbury, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

02:40-03:00 Estimation of State variables from Measurements,
Henry R. Busby and Lijia Guo, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

03:00-03:20 CLOSING REMARKS, Henry R. Busby



GENERAL INFORMATION

Program Fee
The Program fee of $65 in U.S. dollars includes admission, refreshments, lunches and the proceedings.

Proceeding
Please sent a copy of your complete paper by June 1, 1995. If you can't meet the date, please bring enough copies of your paper for circulation at the seminar.

Registration
The final date for registration is May 30, 1995. Please return the completed attarched pre-registration form by mail before this dealine.

Housing-Hotel Information
Holiday Inn. Holiday Inn on the Lane, 328 W. Lane Ave., Columbus, OH43201. $ 61 per night, call (614) 294-4848 for reservation.
red roof inn. 441 Ackeman Road, Columbus, OH 43202. $ 38 per night. for reservation, call 1-800-874-9000 (Block # B121000245, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering) no later than June 2, 1995.

HOW TO REACH THE O.S.U. CAMPUS
From I-70 West, I-70 East, and I-71 South: Take 315 North, exit on Lane Ave.
From I-71 North: Take I-270 West and then 315 South, exit on Lane Ave.
From Port Columbus International Airport: Take 670 West then on 315 North, exit on Lane Ave.

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