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David Chelidze

  • PhD, Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • University of Rhode Island
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Research interests

Dynamical systems perspective on damage mechanicsNonlinear time series analysisVibration-based structural health monitoringSystem and parameter identificationModal testing and analysisNonlinear Dynamics

About

The main research goal in our group is to synthesize knowledge from fields such as dynamical and stochastic systems, linear and nonlinear time series analysis, multivariate analysis, and estimation and filtering theory to develop and implement innovative techniques for modeling, simulation, control, diagnosis, and prognosis of engineered and biological systems.

Co-authors (29)

Publications (5)

  • Fatigue dynamics under statistically and spectrally similar deterministic and stochastic excitations

    • Nguyen S
    • Falco M
    • Liu M
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  • A new fatigue testing apparatus model and parameter identification

    • Falco M
    • Liu M
    • Chelidze D
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  • Tracking muscle fatigue markers through nonlinear and multivariate analysis of motion kinematics

    • Segala D
    • Chelidze D
    • Schiffman J
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  • Nonlinear analysis of gait kinematics to track changes in oxygen consumption in prolonged load carriage walking: A pilot study

    • Schiffman J
    • Chelidze D
    • Adams A
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  • Integration of mechanical design and prototyping activities

    • Taggart D
    • Stucker B
    • Kegler T
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Professional experience

Professor of Mechanical Engineering

University of Rhode Island

July 2000 - Present

Education history

PhD in Engineering Science and Mechanics

Pennsylvania State University

August 1995 - April 2000(5 years)

MS in Mechanical Engineering

Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

August 1993 - May 1995(2 years)

Diploma in Mechanical Engineering

Technical University of Georgia

September 1987 - May 1992(5 years)