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Toledo, OH 43606-3390
Phone: (419) 530-8210
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Ioan D. Marinescu, PhD

marinescuProfessor
Director of Precision Micro-Machining Center
Mechanical, Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Department
Nitschke Hall 4025
University of Toledo
Toledo, OH 43606

Phone: (419) 530-8226
FAX: (419) 530-8206
E-mail: Ioan.Marinescu@utoledo.edu 

 

 

Education

Honorary Doctorates 
  • Doctor Honorius Cause of The Technical University of Iasi-Romania, February 2001
  • Doctor Honorius Cause of Jan Evangelista Purkyne University, Usti nad Labem, May 2013
  • Honorary Professor of Vietnam International University, March 2008
  • Honorary Professor of De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines, July 2010

PhD  - Manufacturing Engineering, University of Galatzi, Romania, 1991

Thesis: The Grindability of Composite Materials in the Case of Surface Grinding with Diamond Wheels

MS - Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania, 1976.
Thesis:
  Study of the Interactions of Machine-Tool-Part-Clamp in the Case of Surface Grinding with Diamond Wheels.

BS - Manufacturing Engineering/Industrial Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, Romania, 1974.
Thesis:
  The Complex Study of the Elasto-Plastic Bending Phenomenon.

Post-Doc. - Tribology Program, MIT, 1994 (Rabinowicz, Nam Suh)

Courses - Design Program, MIT, 1998 (Len Albano, Nam Suh)

Academic and Research Appointments 

  • 2016 April-July, Visiting Professor Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  • 2015 July-February 2016, Visiting Professor/Senior Adviser to the President, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
  • 2013 June-July, Visiting Professor, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines
  • 2012 May, Visiting Professor, J.E. Purkyne University, Usti nad Labe, Czech Republic
  • 2011 November-December, Visiting Professor, PSG University, Coimbatore, India
  • 2011 June-July, Visiting Professor, UNESP, Bauru, Brazil
  • 2010 May-August, Visiting Professor, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines
  • 2009 November, Invited Professor, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil
  • 2009 May-August, Visiting Scientist, Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technologies
  • 2008 February - March, Visiting Professor, Vietnam International University
  • 2007 May – June, Visiting Professor, Prince of Songkla University, Hatyai, Thailand
  • 2007 July - August, Visiting Professor, Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan
  • 2005 May - July Fellow of Japan Micro-Fabrication Program; Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
  • 2004 January - August, Fulbright Fellow and Visiting Professor; Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2003 July - September, Visiting Fellow, SIMTEC Singapore
  • 2001 June - August, Eminent Scientist- RIKEN Institute Tokyo, Japan
  • 2000 June - August, Eminent Scientist- RIKEN Institute Tokyo, Japan
  • 1999 June - August, Eminent Scientist - RIKEN Institute Tokyo, Japan
  • 1998 June - August, Visiting Scientist- RIKEN Institute, Tokyo, Japan
  • 1997 May - August, STA Fellow, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory, Tsukuba, Japan Science and Technology Agency of Japan
  • 2000 – present, The University of Toledo, Professor and Director Precision Micro-Machining Center Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • 1998-2000  Associate Professor & Director of the 

    Abrasive Micro-Machining Laboratory Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • 1995- 1997 Kansas State University, Associate Professor, Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Director, Abrasive Micro-Machining Center, Advanced Manufacturing Institute
  • 1992-1995 University of Connecticut, Associate Professor in Residence; Director, Abrasive Micro-Machining Program (1993-1996); Visiting Professor, Department of Metallurgy; Research Associate, CGRD (1992-1993)
  • 1981-1992 Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest, RomaniaAssistant Professor, Department of Mechanical &Aerospace (1990-1992); Senior Lecturer, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace (1986-1989); Lecturer in Manufacturing Engineering, Department of Aerospace (1981-1985)
  • 1978 -1991Institute for Precision Mechanics, Bucharest, Romania. Manager of Diamond Research Laboratory (1990-1991; responsible for 9 employees); Senior Researcher in Diamond Research Laboratory (1980-1990); Researcher, Machine-Tool Laboratory (1978-1980)
  • 1976 -1978  Energo Company, Bucharest, Romania. Application Engineering in Manufacturing Engineering.

Teaching and Academic Experience

Courses at The University of Toledo

MIME 2650 Manufacturing Processes (2006-Present)
MIME 4980/5980 Manufacturing Entrepreneurship (2005-2006)
MIME 4060/5060, Manufacturing Engineering (1998, -2004)
MIME 6980/8980, Advanced Machining of Brittle Materials (1998, 2000)
MIME 4810/6980 Material Removal Processes (1999, 2003)
MIME 6980/8980-02 Tribology of Manufacturing Processes (1999, 2001, 2003)
 
MIME 6360/8360 Plasticity (1999)
MIME 6980-071 Advanced Manufacturing Engineering (1999, 2001, 2004)
MIME 6980-073 Advanced Materials and Manufacturing (1999, 2001)
MIME 1650 Material Science and Laboratory (2001)
MIME 6980-003 Nontraditional Machining (2000, 2002)
MIME 6980-001 Manufacturing Entrepreneurship (2004)
 

Student Supervision  

Currently supervising graduate student thesis research at the Ph.D. and M.S. levels in the Department of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (Major Advisor for 30 PhD students and for 63 MS students)

Industry Courses   

  • Superabrasives and their Application, Course for Master Chemical Co., Asian division,   June 26, 2013, Shanghai, China
  • Superabrasive Course for Thai Semiconductor Industry, Bangkok, Thailand, March 2005
  • Certification Course for Superabrasive Technologist (UT-IDA), Chairman and Instructor (1999), (UT-AES)-2002, 2004
  •  Society of Manufacturing Engineers, SME, Course Instructor Effectiveness of Ceramic Grinding, March 10, 1994, Charlotte, NC; May 25, 1994, Springfield, MA.
  • Course in Romania: Utilization of Diamonds in Industry, May 1990, Bucharest; June 1991, Brasov.
Professional  Associations 
  • Chairman, International Foundation for Production Research (IFPR)
  • Member, Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, (STLE), 1993-present. 
  • Associate Member, International Institution for Production Engineering Research (CIRP), 1992-1993. 
  • Correspondent Member, International Institution for Production Engineering Research (CIRP), 1995-present.
  • President, Romanian Society of Mechanical Engineers (RSME), 1990-1994  
  • Member, American Mathematical Society (AMS), 1988-present  
  • Member, Research Committee of ASME, Tribology of Manufacturing, 1995  
  • Member Romanian Association of Scientists (RAS), 1986-present  
  • Member, Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), 1984-present  
  • Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), 1983-present  
  • Board Member, International Foundation for Production Research (IFPR), 1981-present  
  • Member, National Tribology Committee (Romania) (NTC), 1980-1994  
  • Member, Japan Society of Precision Engineering (JSPE), 1994-present  
  • Member, Industrial Diamond Association of America (IDA), 1995-present 

Awards                        

  • Excellence in Science, Technical University of Bucharest, Romania, 1976  
  • The Best Technical Book of the YearRomania Academy, Bucharest, Romania, 1987  
  • Fellow of Science and Technology Agency of Japan, 1997  
  • Fellow of Industrial Diamond Association of America, 1998                                    
  • Eminent Scientist – RIKEN Institute Japan, 1999
  • Fulbright Fellow - US State Department 2004
  • Gold Medal - Nihon University 2007
  • Gold Medal for Research Activity, University of Usti Nad Lablem, Czech Republic, 2013

 Reviewer                    

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (USA)
  • American Mathematical Review (USA)
  • Materials and Processing Technology (Sweden)
  • International Journal of Production Research (England)
  • International Journal of Production Economics (IJPE)
  • Elsevier Science Publisher
  • Journal for Machining Technology
  • Marcel Dekker Publishing House
  • International Journal for Engineering Production and Computers
  • NSF/DMII-Panel Review – 1997, 1998

 

Research Interests

Manufacturing processes are processes, which transform raw materials into goods. The main manufacturing processes include turning, milling, drilling, grinding, lapping, and polishing. The main focus of my research is grinding, lapping, polishing, superfinishing, honing, turning. Specifically, I focus on the topics of Grinding of Ceramics with Diamond Wheels, Fundamentals of Lapping and Polishing, Superfinishing of Bearing Rings, Acoustic Emission Investigations of Abrasive Processes, Polycrystalline Diamond Turing of Granite, and Laser Assisted Grinding of Brittle Materials.

The investigated processes are mainly finishing processes which require accuracy at micron and nanometer level. This research will increase the competitiveness of the American industry, especially aerospace, automotive and electronic industries. At the same time, the aim of this research is to manufacture products more cheaply, more quickly, and with better quality. The products resulting from this research include automotive parts (metal and ceramic parts), bearings, jet engine components, and silicon wafers for computer chips to name a few.

Tribology is the science of friction, wear, and lubrication. Everything around us which has a relative motion experiences friction and wear, and lubrication is the solution to decrease the friction and wear.

Every year billions of dollars spent in the US because friction and wear result in the loss of energy and materials. Many industrial and natural processes can be explained, understood and predicted by the aid of tribology knowledge.

The main topics in my tribological research are:

  • Tribological Investigation of Abrasive Processes;
  • Minimum Lubrication in Metal Cutting;
  • Investigation of Friction and Wear Mechanisms;
  • Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Friction and Wear.

To understand tribological phenomena it is necessary to study them at nanometer and angstrom level. Only the interaction between molecules and atoms will give us the real mechanism of tribological processes.

The impact of this research on society will be immense. In Europe, many countries are heavily investing in tribology in order to decrease the losses in energy. After about 20-25 years this field is reemerging as a major area of investigation in the US.

Combined these two presented fields, manufacturing and tribology, will advance the science with immediately application in industry, providing the society with better and chipper products and will improve the competitiveness of the US products.

Recent Publications

Books and Monographs (14)

  1.  Marinescu I.D., B. Rowe, E. Uhlmann, I. Inasaki, Handbook of Machining with Grinding Wheels, Taylor & Francis/CRC, UK, 2015, Second Edition
  2. Marinescu I.D., E. Uhlmann, T. Doi, Ceramic Grinding and Polishing, Elsevier UK, 2014, Second Edition
  3. Marinescu, I.D., B. Rowe, B. Dimitrov, H. Ohmori, Tribology of Abrasive Machining Processes, Elsevier UK, 2013 (Second Edition)
  4. T. Doi, ID Marinescu, S.Kurokava, Advances in CMP/Polishing for Manufacture of Electronic Devices, Elsevier Publishing House, UK 2012, 423 Pages
  5. H. Ohmori, I.D. Marinescu, K. Katahira, Handbook of ELID Technologies, Taylor and Francis/CRC 2011, 535 pages.
Keynote Papers
  1. Marinescu I.D., The Influence of Research Activity on Academic Carrera, 2015 ICMAT Conference, May  21-23, 2015, Iashi,  Romania
  2. Marinescu I.D., New UV Bonding Technologies with Application on Abrasive Tools, 2015, HNICEM Conference, November 19-24, 2014, Palawan, Philippines
  3. Marinescu I.D., Advantages and Disadvantages of Engineering Globalization, XXV Congresso de Inciacaso Cientifica de UNESP, Barra Bonita, November 14, 2013 Brazil
  4. Marinescu I.D., New Millennium Frontiers in Innovative manufacturing, Innovative

     Manufacturing Engineering International Conference, May 23-24, 2013, Iashi, Romania

  5. Marinescu I.D., New Developments in Nano Abrasive Processes, International Confernce on ELID Abrasive Processes, June 12-13, 2012, Hangzhou, China
  6. Marinescu I.D., Micro-Nano Manufacturing Processes Advances, METALEX 2011, November 16-18, 2011, Bangkok, Thailand
  7. Marinescu I.D., ELID Grinding of Sapphire, Nanotechnology Conference, RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan, October 19-29, 2011
  8. Marinescu I.D., UV Bonded Abrasive Tools, HNICEM Conference, Manila, Philippine, March 9-14, 2011
  9. Marinescu, I.D., New Development in Abrasive Micro-Machining, 2009 Brazilian   Congress of Mechanical Engineering, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 15-17, 2009
  10. Marinescu, I. D., Intelligent Monitoring of ELID Grinding Processes, 48th JAPAN ELID Technology Conference, Tokyo, July 25, 2008
Refereed Papers
  1. Huang, L. Guo, I. D. Marinescu, “Research on the Properties of Resin Bond Wheel Cured by Ultraviolet Light,” Procedia Manufacturing, Vol. 5, pp. 259-269, 2016
  2. Q. Huang, L. Guo, I. D. Marinescu, “Study on the Abrasion Mechanism of Ultraviolet Cured Resin Bond Diamond Wheel,” International Journal of Abrasive Technology, 2016.
  3. Guoxu Yin, Ioan D. Marinescu, “Cooling Capability of Cutting Fluids in Grinding”, Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 371 (2013), pp. 89-94
  4. Guoxu Yin, Ioan D. Marinescu, “Cooling Capability of Cutting Fluids in Grinding Processes”, Transactions of the North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME Vol. 41 (2013), pp. 644-656
  5. Guoxu Yin, Ioan D. Marinescu and Michael Weismiller, “Effects of Different Types of Grinding Fluids on Grinding Force with A Semi-Empirical Based Model”, Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 809-810 (2015), pp. 3-8
  6. Guoxu Yin, Ioan D. Marinescu, and Michael Weismiller, “Grinding Force Performance with Different Types of Grinding Fluids Based on a Semi-Empirical Force Model”, International Journal of Abrasive Technology, Vol. 7 (2016), pp. 167-186
  7. Bafakeeh, O. T., Khoshaim, A. B., & Marinescu, I. D. (2016). ELID Fine Grinding of Sapphire Rollers with Emphasis on Roughness and Material Removal Rate. Procedia Manufacturing5, 1249-1264. (NAMRC)
  8. Zhao, L., Bafakeeh, O., Liu, H., & Marinescu, I. D. (2016). ELID Fine Grinding of SiC Bearing Rollers. In Key Engineering Materials (Vol. 686, pp. 204-211). Trans Tech Publications
  9. Hao, L. I. U., Long, Z. H. A. O., Bafakeeh, O., & Marinescu, I. D. (2016). The Grinding Fluid influences on Surface Roughness using Acoustic Emission. Key Engineering Materials686
  10. Zang T., Bugtai, N., Marinescu I.D., Burnishing of Aerospace Alloy: A theoretical-Experimental Approach, Transactions of NAMRI/SME, Vol. 42, 2014
  11. Huang Q., Marinescu I.D., Grind/Lap Process with UV Bonded Diamond Wheel, Transactions of NAMRI/SME, Vol. 42, 2014
  12. Guo L., I.D. Marinsecu, Al2O3 Nanoparticles Mixed UV-Curable Resin Study in Fabrication of Lapping Plate, Transactions of NAMRI/SME, Vol.41/2013 pp 1528-1535
  13. Sanchez L., I.D. Marinescu, G. Palma, D. Mondolo, L. Nalon, A. Santos, Effect of Different Methods of Cutting Fluid Application on Turning of Difficult-to-machine steels, Journal of Enginnering for Manufacture, UK, 2013
  14. Sanchez L., G. Bukovic, C. Fortulan, A. Fiocchi, C. Monteiro, I.D. Marinescu, Minimization of Distortion in Davanced ceramic by Diminishing the Density gradient through Geen Machining, International Journal of Applied Ceramics, 2013
  15. Mihic S., S. Cioc, I.D. Marinescu, 3-D CFD Parametric Study of the Impact of the Fluid Properties and Delivery Condtitions on Flow and Heat transfer in Grinding, Advanced Materials Research, Vol.325 (2011), Trans Tech PublicationsFiochi A., L. Sanchez, J. F. Oliviera, I.D. Marinescu, Investigations On Surface finish of Components Ground with Lapping Kinematics, Advanced materials Research, Vol.223 (2011), Trans Tech Publications,
  16. Bukovic G., L. Sanchez, I.D. Marinescu, C. Fortulan, Green Machining Oriented to Diminish Density Gradientfor minimization of Distotion in Advanced Ceramics, International Journal for Machining science and  Technology, vol. 22/2011
  17. Mihic S., S. Cioc, I.D. Marinescu, Detailed Study of Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer in Abrasive Grinding Contact Using CFD Methods, ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Vol.135, No.4, 2013
  18. Mihic S., Cioc S., Weismiller M., Marinescu I., CFD Investigation of the Impact of the Fluid Properties and Delivery Conditions on Flow and Heat Transfer in Grinding, Proceedings of NAMRI/SME, Vol. 39, 2011
  19. Bukvic G., Fiocchi A., Sanchez L., Fortulan C., Marinescu I., Effect of Green Machining on Distortion and Surface Finishing in Advanced Ceramics, Transaction of the NAMRI, Vol 40/ 2012
  20. Lou N., Weismiller M., Marinescu I., Investigations on Influences by Adaptive Additives to Electrolytic in-Process Dressing (ELID) Grinding, Trans Tech Publicxations/Switzeralnd 2011, pag. 169-173
  21.  Zhang Y., I.D. Marinescu, R. VanderBoom, Optimizationof D2 Steel Lapping with Tribological Design Plate, Transaction of the North American Mfg. Research Institution, Vol.38/2010, pag.129-137
  22. Lou N., I.D. Marinescu, Weismiller M.,A Study on Additive Effects Applied in Electrolyte Optimization for ELID Grinding,Transactions of the North American Mfg. Research Institution of SME, Vol.38/2010, pag.145-153
  23. Han P., Marinescu I.D., ELID Grinding of Sapphire-Experimental Approach, Manufacturing Technology, International Journal for Science, Research and Production, Vol. VIII/2009, pag. 46-50
  24. Han P., Marinescu I.D., Experimental Based Optimization of ELID Grinding of Sapphire, International Journal for Manufacturing Science and Technology, Vol. 11/2009, pag. 35-41
  25. Zhang Y., I.D. Marinescu, R. VadenBoom, Optimization of D2 Steel Lapping with a Polymer Plated,International Journal of Abrasive Technology, Vol.III, No. 3/2010, pag. 203-214
  26.  Marinescu, I., Han, P., ELID Grinding of Sapphire, An Experimental Approach, Transactions of NAMRI, Vol.38/2009
Conference Proceedings
  1. Q.Huang, L.Guo, I.D.Marinescu, “Research on the Properties of Resin Bond Wheel Cured by Ultraviolet Light,” North American Manufacturing Research Conference 44, Blacksburg, Virginia, June 27-July 1, 2016.
  2. Q. Huang, L. Guo, I. D. Marinescu, “The Abrasion Mechanism of A Diamond Grinding Wheel with Resin Cured by Ultraviolet Light,” Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 809-810, pp. 21-26, Innovative Manufacturing Engineering International Conference, May 21-22, Iasi, Romania, 2015.
  3. Q. Huang, I. D. Marinescu, “Grind/Lap Process with UV Bonded Diamond Wheel,” Transactions of the North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME, Vols. 42, pp. 88-93, North American Manufacturing Research Conference42, Detroit, Michigan, June 9-13, 2014.
  4. Marinescu I., Bafakeeh O., Modeling/Optimization of ELID Single Side Grinding of Sapphire. JSPS Symposium Japan Society for Promotion of Science, Shinagawa, Tokyo 06/03/2016
  5. Yin, G., Nisal T., Marinescu I.D., Bugtai N., Monitoring the Parameter Effects on Surface Grinding Process using Temperature, Acoustic Emission and Force Measurement, Proceedings of ASME 2014 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference, MSEC 2014, June 9-13, 2014, Detroit, Michigan
  6. Marinescu I.D., New Advances in Nano Precision Engineering, METALEX Nano Forum, November 22, 2013, Bangkok, Thailand
  7. Marinescu I.D., New UV Bonding Methods for Lap/Gring Plates, IFW Fraunhofer Workshop, October 1, 2013
  8. Marinescu I.D., New Frontiers in Precision Engineering, Precision Engineering Seminar, University of Sao Paulo, San Carlos, Brazil. August 12, 2013

 

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