Prof Chai Gin Boay

Prof Chai Gin Boay

Associate Professor

PhD

Email: MGBCHAI@ntu.edu.sg
Tel: +65 6790 5756

Biography

Associate Professor, Engineering Mechanics Division, School of MAE
Deputy Director of Protective Technology Research Centre

Research Interests

  • Composite Materials & Structures, Buckling and Failure of Structures,
  • Practical Application of Finite Element softwares (ANSYS, ABAQUS, MARC/MENTAT)

Research Projects

  • Crack growth analysis of aircraft lugs
  • Design and manufacturability of thermoplastic flexible risers
  • Development of coiled flexible sub-sea thermoplastic composite risers
  • Development of multifunctionally hierarchical fibre-metal laminates (FMLs) for impact protection
  • Durability, long-term behavior and performance of composite riser materials and interfaces
  • Fatigue Life Prediction of Composite Structures in Elevated Temperature Environments
  • Fatigue life of adhesively bonded composite joints
  • Material Characterization of Plastic and Film Test Specimens

Selected Publications

1. Satrio Wicaksono and Chai, Gin Boay. (2012). A review of advances in fatigue and life prediction of fiber-reinforced composites. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications, , 1-17.

2. Zhu, Shengqing and Chai, Gin Boay. (2012). Low-velocity impact response of fibre–metal laminates – Experimental and Finite Element Analysis. Composites Science and Technology, 72(15), 1793–1802.

3. Chai G.B. and Zhu Shengqing. (2011). A Review of Low-velocity Impact on Sandwich Structures. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications, 22(4), 207-230.

4. Zhu, Shengqing and Chai, Gin Boay. (2011). Effect of adhesive in sandwich panels subjected to low-velocity impact. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Part L: Journal of Materials: Design and Applications, 225(Part L), 171-181.

5. Foo CC, Seah LK and Chai GB. (2011). A Modified Energy-Balance Model to Predict Low-Velocity Impact Response for Sandwich Composite. Composite Structures, vol 93, 1385-1393.

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