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YurchenkoDr Daniil Yurchenko  was awarded his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA, USA in October, 2001. From 2001 to 2005 he was an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Miami. From 2005 to 2010 Daniil Yurchenko was employed as an Associate Professor in Department of Mathematical Sciences of Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic University. In 2007 he received his Doctor of Science Degree. In 2010 he was appointed as a Reader in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Heriot-Watt University.

Selected Publications:

Dr. D. Yurchenko has published over 80 papers, he is a member of Editorial Boards of International Journal of Dynamics, Control and Journal of Complex Systems, Journal of Complex Systems and Applications, International Journal of Energy Engineering, Journal of Geological Resource and Engineering.

[1] D. Yurchenko, D. V. Val, Z. H. Lai, G. Gu, G. Thomson.Energy harvesting from a DE-based dynamic vibro-impact system. Accepted to Smart Material and Structures.

[2] D Yurchenko, P Alevras. Parametric pendulum based wave energy converter. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, 99, 504-515, 2018.

[3] D Yurchenko, A. Burlon, M. Di Paola, Failla, A. Pirrotta. Dynamics of an impacting stochastic system with fractional damping. Accepted to ASCE-ASME J. Risk and Uncertainty in Engineering Systems Part B. Mechanical Engineering 2017.

[4] P Alevras, D Yurchenko. GPU computing for accelerating the numerical Path Integration approach. Computers and Structures, 171, 46-53, 2016.

[5] RV Bobryk, D Yurchenko, On enhancement of vibration - based energy harvesting by a random parametric excitation. Journal of Sound and Vibrations, 366, 407-417, 2016.

[6] RV Bobryk, D Yurchenko, Enhancing energy harvesting by a linear stochastic oscillator. Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 43, 1-4, 2016.

[7] A.Bratus, I, Yegorov, D. Yurchenko, Optimal investment strategies in a certain class of stochastic Merton’s terminal wealth problems. Online in Int. J. of Dynamics and Control, 2016.

[8] T Andreeva, P Alevras, A Naess, D Yurchenko, Dynamics of a parametric rotating pendulum under a realistic wave profile. Int. Journal of Dynamics and Control, 1-6, 2015

[9] P Alevras, I. Brown, D Yurchenko, Experimental investigation of a rotating parametric pendulum. Nonlinear Dynamics, 1-13, 2015.

[10] P Alevras, RV Bobryk, D Yurchenko, Stability of an autoparametric pendulum system with impacts, Journal of Sound and Vibrations, 333(26), 7233-7247, 2014.

[11] D Yurchenko, P Alevras. Stability, control and reliability of a ship crane payload motion. Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 38, 173-179, 2014.

[12] P Alevras, D Yurchenko, Stochastic rotational response of a parametric pendulum coupled with an SDOF system, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 37, 2014.

[13] RV Bobryk, D Yurchenko, Beneficial Effect of Noise in Suppression of Self-Excited Vibrations, Fluctuation and Noise Letters 13 (03), 2014.

[14] P Alevras, D Yurchenko, A. Naess. Stochastic synchronization of rotating parametric pendulums, Meccanica, 1-10, 2014.

[15] D. Val, L. Chernin, D. Yurchenko. “Reliability analysis of rotor blades of tidal stream turbines”, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 121, 26-33, 2014.

[16] D. Yurchenko, R. Iwankiewicz, P. Alevras. “Control and dynamics of a SDOF system with piecewise linear stiffness and combined external excitations”, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 35, 118-124, 2014.

For a complete list of Dr. Yurchenko's publications, please go to his research profile portal.

 
Dr. D. Yurchenko was awarded his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, MA, USA in October, 2001. From 2001 to 2005 he was an Assistant Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Miami. From 2005 to 2010 Daniil Yurchenko was employed as an Associate Professor in Department of Mathematical Sciences of Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnic University. In 2007 he received his Doctor of Science Degree. In 2010 he was appointed as a Reader in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Heriot-Watt University.