Liming Dai

Ph.D., P.Eng., ASME Fellow
Program Chair, Professor, Industrial Systems Engineering

Office: ED 436.12
Phone: 306-585-4498
Fax: 306-585-4855

Research interests
Linear and non-linear vibrations/oscillations and the control of vibrations subjected to static and dynamic loadings; Numerical simulation of nonlinear dynamical systems, sound and wave propagation; Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) with seismic wave and vibration stimulation; Industrial noise, traffic noise, and noise control with acoustic design for industrial and domestic facilities; Analysis with Finite Element Method, Non-linear Dynamics, and Fracture Mechanics for assessment of crack initiation and propagation in materials under cyclical loading, high pressure, and high temperature; Metallurgy, microstructures, and property aspects of engineering materials and welding of engineering materials; Design (CAD, FEA) and manufacturing (CAM) aspects of pressure vessels, piping, and LPG transportation vehicles used in petroleum industries; Strategies and analysis of engineering and operations management

Ph.D. (University of Calgary)
M.Sc. (University of Regina)

Program Area

Industrial Systems Engineering