Galen B. King
Professor of Mechanical Engineering
585 Purdue Mall
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2088
- B.S. Wichita State, '76
- M.S. Wichita State, '78
- Ph.D. Kansas State, '83
- Optical and laser-based measurements
- Engineering instrumentation
- Biomedical instrumentation
Awards and Recognitions
Ten Select Publications
Noble, Andrew C., Venkatesan, Krishna K., King, Galen B., Laurendeau, Normand M. and Renfro, Michael W., “Singular Spectrum Analysis Applied to Time-Series Measurements in a Self-Excited Tube Combustor,” Journal of Propulsion and Power, Vol. 25, No. 5, 1148-1151, 2009.
Hu, Wenqian, Shin, Yung, King, Galen, “Modeling of mode pico-second laser ablation for improved material removal rate,” Applied Physics A., Vol. 98, 407-415, 2009.
Joshi, A.A., James, S., Meckl, P., King, G., and Jennings, K, "Assessment of Charge-Air Cooler Health in Diesel Engines using Nonlinear Time Series Analysis of Intake Manifold Temperature," ASME J. of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, Vol. 131, No. 4 2009.
Joshi, A.A., Meckl, P.H., King, G.B., and Jennings, K., "Data-dimensionality Reduction Using Information-Theoretic Stepwise Feature Selector," ASME J. of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control, Vol. 131, No. 4 2009.
Hu, Wenqian, Shin, Yung C., and King, Galen, “Energy transport analysis in ultrashort pulse laser ablation through combined molecular dynamics and Monte Carlo simulation,” Physical Review B Vol. 82, 094111 (2010).
Hu, Wenqian, Shin, Yung C., and King, Galen, “Micromachining of Metals, Alloys, and Ceramics by Picosecond Laser Ablation,” ASME Joural of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Vol. 132 February 2010 11009-1 11009-7.
Hu, Wenqian, Shin, Yung C., and King, Galen, “Modeling of multi-bust mode pico-second laser ablation for improved material removal rate,” Applied Physics A Vol 98 407-415, (2010).
Noble, Andrew C., King, Galen B., Laurendeau, Normand C., Gord, James R., and Roy, Sukesh, “Nonlinear Thermoacustic Instability Dynamics in a Simple Rijke Tube,” accepted for publication in Combustion and Flame.
Bell, Ian, Lemort, Vincent, Groll, Eckhard, Braun, Jim, and King, Galen, “Liquid-Flooded Compression and Expansion in Scroll Machines – Part 1: Model Development,” submitted to International Journal of Refrigeration.