Detailed Information for Sheldon Wang

Dr. Sheldon Wang 
Engineering, McCoy School of
 » Chair
Office Location
McCoy Engineering Hall 105A
Office Hours

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4061
Fax: (940) 397-4536
 
 

Engineering, McCoy School of
 » Professor
Office Location
McCoy Engineering Hall 105A
Office Hours

 
Phone
Voice: (940) 397-4061
Fax: (940) 397-4536
 
 

Contact Information

sheldon.wang@mwsu.edu

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Professor Sheldon Wang Homepage

Interests

Numerical Methods (multi-scale and multi-physics modeling, immersed methods, computational mechanics); Dynamical Systems (instability analysis, complex system modeling)


Course Information

  Semester Course #    Section Course Name Location Days / Times
Details Fall 2012 MENG4143  103  Senior Design I    McCoy Engineering Hall 133

F 1300 1700

Details Fall 2012 MENG4123  101  Mathematical Methods for Engineers    Prothro-Yeager Hall 205

MWF 10:00 – 10:50 am

Details Fall 2012 MENG2223  101  Mechanics of Solids    McCoy Engineering Hall 131

MWF 11:00-11:50am

Details Fall 2010 MENG 2133  101  Engineering Economics    McCoy Engineering Hall 207

MWF 900 - 950 am

Details Fall 2010 MENG 2104  101  Electric Circuits    Dillard College of Business Administration 129

Lecture TR 930 - 1050 am

Lab F 100 - 250 pm

Lab F 300 - 450 pm

Details Fall 2010 MENG 1101  101  Introduction to Engineering    McCoy Engineering Hall 131

MW 100 - 150 pm




Education Background

Institution Degree    Graduation Date
Shanghai Jiao Tong University B.S. Jul 1 1988 12:00AM 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D. Jun 12 1995 12:00AM 
Massachusetts Institute of Technology M.S. May 28 1993 12:00AM 



Employment Background

Institution Position Start Date / End Date
 Institute of Paper Science and Technology  Assistant Professor  1995  1999
 Polytechnic University  Assistant Professor  1999  2004
 New Jersey Institute of Technology  Associate Professor  2004  2009
 Midwestern State University  Professor and Chair  2009  Present



Research and Publications

 Book

  1. X. Wang, Fundamentals of Fluid-Solid Interactions: Analytical and Computational Approaches 2008, Elsevier.

Journal Paper 

  1. T. Wu, X. Wang, B. Cohen, and H. Ge, “Molecular Modeling of Normal and Sickle Hemoglobins,” International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, 8, pp 237-244, 2010.
  2. X. Wang, L.T. Zhang, and W.K. Liu, “On Computational Issues of Immersed Finite Element Methods,” Journal of Computational Physics, 228, pp. 2535-2551, 2009.
  3. S. Lim, A. Ferent, X. Wang, Charles S. Peskin, “Dynamics of a Closed Rod with Twist and Bend in Fluid,” SIAMJ. Scientific Computing, 31(1), pp. 273-302, 2008. 
  4. X. Wang, “On Issues of Immersed Boundary/Continuum Methods,” AMS Contemporary Mathematics, 466, pp. 147-177, 2008.
  5. X. Wang, “An Iterative Matrix-Free Method in Implicit Boundary/Continuum Methods”, Computers & Structures, 85, pp. 739-748, 2007.
  6. P.N. Watton, X.Y. Luo, X. Wang, G.M. Bernacca, P. Molloy, D.J. Wheatley, “Dynamic Modelling of Prosthetic Chorded Mitral Valves Using the Immersed Boundary Method”, Journal of Biomechanics, 40, pp. 613-626, 2007.
  7. X. Wang, “From Immersed Boundary Method to Immersed Continuum Method”,International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering, Vol. 4(1), 127-145, 2006.
  8. W.K. Liu, Y. Liu, D. Farrell, L. Zhang, X. Wang, Y. Fukui, N. Patankar, Y. Zhang, C. Bajaj, X. Chen, and H. Hsu, “Immersed Finite Element Method and Its Applications to Biological Systems”, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 195, pp. 1722-1749, 2006.
  9. Y. Liu, L. Zhang,, X. Wang, and W.K. Liu, "Coupling of Navier-Stokes Equations with Protein Molecular Dynamics and Its Application to Hemodynamics," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluid, Vol. 46, pp. 1237-1252, 2004.
  10. L. Zhang, A. Gerstenberger, X. Wang, and W.K. Liu, “Immersed Finite Element Method,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 193, pp. 2051-2067, 2004.
  11. X. Wang and W.K. Liu, “Extended Immersed Boundary Method Using FEM and RKPM,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 193, pp. 1305-1321, 2004.
  12. J. Mou, G.R. Straley, and X. Wang, “A Study of the Spontaneous Air Flow through a Moving Porous Medium,” Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 34(8), pp. 507-514, 2003.
  13. X. Wang, “Instability Analysis of Some Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems,” Computers & Fluids, Vol. 32(1), pp. 121-138, 2003.
  14. P. Carbonell, X. Wang, and Z.P. Jiang, “On the Suppression of Flow-Induced Vibration with a Simple Control Algorithm,” Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, Vol. 8(1), pp. 49-64, 2003.
  15. X. Wang and F. Bloom, “Stability Issues of Concentric Pipes Conveying Steady and Pulsatile Fluids,” Journal of Fluids & Structures, Vol. 15(8), pp. 1137-1152, 2001.
  16. A.G. Giorges, L.J. Forney, and X. Wang, “Numerical Study of Multi-Jet Mixing,” Transaction of Institution of Chemical Engineers, Vol. 79, Part A, pp. 515-522, 2001.
  17. W.Z. Bao, X. Wang, and K.J. Bathe, “On Inf-Sup Conditions of Mixed Finite Element Formulations for Acoustic Fluids,” Mathematical Models & Methods in Applied Sciences, Vol. 11(5), pp. 883-901, 2001.
  18. A.G. Giorges, X. Wang, and L.J. Forney, “The Jet Shape of Concentric Mixers,” The Canadian Journal Chemical Engineering, Vol. 79(1), pp. 87-93, 2001.
  19. X. Wang and J.K. Hale, “On Monodromy Matrix Computation,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 190, pp. 2263-2275, 2001.
  20. X. Wang, “Velocity Pressure Mixed Finite Element and Finite Volume Formulation with ALE Descriptions for Nonlinear Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems,” Advances in Engineering Software, Vol. 31(1), pp. 35-44, 2000.
  21. L.J. Forney, Z. Feng, and X. Wang, “Jet Trajectories of Transverse Mixers at Arbitrary Angle in Turbulent Tube Flow,” Transaction of Institution of Chemical Engineers, Vol. 77, Part A, pp. 754-758, 1999.
  22. Z. Feng, X. Wang, and L.J. Forney, “Single Jet Mixing at Arbitrary Angle in Turbulent Tube Flow,” Journal of Fluids Engineering, Vol. 121, pp. 762-765, 1999.
  23. X. Wang and F. Bloom, “Dynamics of a Submerged and Inclined Concentric Pipe System with Internal and External Flows,” Journal of Fluids & Structures, Vol. 13, pp. 443-460, 1999.
  24. X. Wang, A.G. Giorges, and C. Park, “Simulation of a Deformable Ball Passing through a Step Diffuser,” Computers & Structures, Vol. 72, pp. 435-456, 1999.
  25. M. Ostoja-Starzewski and X. Wang, “Stochastic Finite Elements as a Bridge between Random Material Microstructure and Global Response,” Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 168(1/4), pp. 35-49, 1999.
  26. X. Wang, “Analytical and Computational Approaches for Some Fluid-Structure Interaction Analyses,” Computers & Structures, Vol. 72(1/3), pp. 423-433, 1999.
  27. X. Wang, “Numerical Analysis of Moving Orthotropic Thin Plates,” Computers & Structures, Vol. 70(4), pp. 467-486, 1999.
  28. X. Wang, Z. Feng, and L.J. Forney, “Computational Simulation of Turbulent Mixing with Mass Transfer,” Computers & Structures, Vol. 70(4), pp. 447-465, 1999.
  29. X. Wang and K.J. Bathe, “On Mixed Finite Elements for Acoustic Fluid-Structure Interactions,” Mathematical Models & Methods in Applied Sciences, Vol. 7(3), pp.329-343, 1997.
  30. X. Wang, “Finite Element Analysis of Air-Sheet Interactions and Flutter Suppression Devices,” Computers & Structures, Vol. 64(5/6), pp. 983-994, 1997.
  31. X. Wang and K.J. Bathe, “Displacement/Pressure Based Mixed Finite Element Formulations for Acoustic Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems”, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 40(11), pp. 2001-2017, 1997.