Ph.D., The Georgia Institute of Technology
phone: (617) 353-4847
office: 110 Cummington Mall, ENG 406
Structural acoustics * Automotive brake squeal
* Biological vibrations * Ocean wave energy
Professor McDaniel’s work integrates analytical, numerical, and experimental approaches in efforts to improve the built world and understand the natural world. Most of his research falls in the area of structural acoustics and involves interactions of vibrations and acoustics with complex structures and media. Examples of recent projects include mitigating automotive brake squeal, steering and mixing of waves in composite structures, escape hatching of the red-eyed tree frog, and the rheology of wet foam.
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