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					                                                               RESUMÉ
                                         Professor Alan B. Palazzolo
                                              Table of Contents
                                              14 October 2005


Two Page Vita .......................................................................................................................................................2 and 3
General Information ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
Experience...................................................................................................................................................................... 5
Tenure and Promotion .................................................................................................................................................. 6
Professional Engineer ................................................................................................................................................... 6
Awards ........................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Professional Societies .................................................................................................................................................... 7
Continuing Education ................................................................................................................................................... 7
Funded Research ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
Active Proposals………………………………………………………………………………………… 10
University Service ........................................................................................................................................................ 10
Teaching Background ................................................................................................................................................. 12
                Teaching Award ........................................................................................................................... 12
                New Course ................................................................................................................................. 12
                Teaching Evaluations ................................................................................................................... 12
                Chairman of Graduate Student Committees ........................................................................ 13 - 15
                Lab Supervisor ............................................................................................................................. 15
                Teaching Improvements............................................................................................................... 15
Mentoring and Joint Faculty Activities ..................................................................................................................... 16
Cooperative Work Programs ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Invited Presentations................................................................................................................................................... 17
Patents, Invention Disclosures, and Copyrights ....................................................................................................... 18
Consulting .................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Publication: Peer Reviewed Archival Transactions ........................................................................................ 19-22
Publications: Peer Reviewed Archival Transactions (In Review) ........................................................................... 22
Book Contributions ..................................................................................................................................................... 23
Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings ............................................................................................................. 23 - 25
Other Conference Publications .................................................................................................................................. 27
Conference Presentations ........................................................................................................................................... 27
Other Publications....................................................................................................................................................... 27
Public Domain Software ............................................................................................................................................. 27
Thesis and Dissertations ............................................................................................................................................. 27
Reports (University) .................................................................................................................................................... 28
Reports (Industrial).............................................................................................................................................. 29 - 30
Computer Program Manuals ..................................................................................................................................... 30
References .................................................................................................................................................................... 31




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                                              Prof. Alan Palazzolo
                                                Two-Page Vita

          Dr. Alan Palazzolo is a TEES Senior Fellow, Full Professor, Director of the TAMU Vibration Control and
Electromechanics Lab (VCEL), Instructor in Mechanical Engineering and Professional Engineer of the State of
Texas. He has provided leadership for research efforts of national importance exemplified by his projects in
rotordynamics, active vibration control and magnetic bearings with NASA Glenn. This program has received non-
interrupted NASA funding for the past 18 years, with total sole Research P.I. (Palazzolo) funding of $4.0M. This
support has provided the impetus for a R&D 100 award, 29 archival journal publications, 7 TAMU-TLO invention
disclosures and 1 U.S. full patent, 1 US provisional patent, 20 completed MSME and 12 completed Ph.D. students,
and 8 Certificates of Recognition (with Monetary Awards) from NASA. Recent technical innovations developed in
the VCEL that have attracted this support include:
               - a magnetic suspension controller utilized to break previous energy storage flywheel speed records.
               - first magnetic bearing design (for aircraft engines) to operate at 1000F and 20,000 rpm
               - an efficient post filter for PWM servo amplifiers that suppresses EMI
               - novel control algorithm for satellite integrated power and attitude control with a flywheel array
               - Novel redundant-fail safe design of a homopolar magnetic bearing
              - Spin Pit facility at TAMU with a 5 KwHr containment rating, recessed bottom for flywheel torque-
                 shaker-precession table installment, and automated lid lift system
              - Development of a FPGA based, rad-hardenable controller for flywheel magnetic suspensions in deep
                 space
 Dr. Palazzolo's was also Sole P.I., of a $368K grant from the U.S. Navy to develop quiet magnetic suspensions for
onboard machinery, and was sole P.I. for NASA Marshall grants in the areas of microgravity vibration isolation and
vibration control for the Space Shuttle Main Engine, liquid oxygen pump. The latter effort yielding innovative
approaches for CFD modeling of turbomachinery leakage flow paths, 2 completed MS and 2 completed Ph.D.
students, plus 4 archival journal publications. A further example of Dr. Palazzolo's R&D is his subcontract grants
through the University of Texas-Center for Electromechanics, for the DOD and FRA (Federal Rail Association). His
completed project tasks included simulations and controller hardware/software for flywheel magnetic suspensions in
a pulsed laser weapon/military vehicle and in a commercial locomotive.
          Recognizing the importance of industry focused research, Dr. Palazzolo developed new and useful
approaches to thermo/elasto/hydronamic bearing design, shaft current alleviation and gear coupling vibration control
for the TAMU--Turbomachinery Research Consortium. The ten year continuous, net $398K, Sole P.I. funding
received from this effort yielded 7 archival journal publications, 4 M.S. and 3 Ph.D. students completed, and 2
invited lectures at the TAMU Turbomachinery Symposium. Dr. Palazzolo's total Sole (Research) P.I. funding while
at TAMU exceeds $5.9M.
          The national and industrially focused contributions of Dr. Palazzolo has had offshoot benefits of
contributing to graduate student mentoring and classroom instruction, conveying theoretical, computational and
experimental skills highly relevant to practicing engineers. As a consequence, Dr. Palazzolo has received the 2004
TAMU Association of Former Students Outstanding Teaching Award and the 1993 TAMU Mechanical Engineering
Graduate Student Teaching and Mentoring Award. He has also developed a new Graduate Course, ME 654, in
Boundary Elements. Dr. Palazzolo's teaching credits include diverse subjects such as Graduate Finite Elements
(MEMA 647), Boundary Elements (654), Rotordynamics (639), Vibrations (617, 649), along with undergraduate
Dynamics, Controls and Vibrations.
          Service activities of Professor Palazzolo include consulting to industry, Associate Editor of the
Transactions of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, member of the TAMU Mechanical
Engineering Tenure and Promotion and Administrative Council committees, System and Controls Division Leader
and technical paper reviewer for a myriad of journals.
          Dr. Palazzolo has enhanced the technical eminence of the TAMU School of Engineering, for his significant
contributions to the greater technical understanding and methodologies in the diverse areas of electromagnetics,
control, active vibration control, CFD, computational mechanics, rotordynamics, lubrication and vibration, large
scale structural dynamics simulation and for his effective teaching and mentoring achievements.




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                       Recent Publications of Dr. Alan Palazzolo

Pichot, M., Kajs, J., Murphy B., Ouroua, A., Rech, R., Hayes, R., Bens, J., Buckner, G. and Palazzolo, A.,
“Active Magnetic Bearings for Energy Storage Systems for Combat Vehicles,” IEEE Transactions on
Magnetics, Vol. 37, No. 1, January 2001, pp. 318-323.

Kenny, A. and Palazzolo, A., “Comparison of the Dynamic Response of Radial and Tangential Magnetic Flux
Thrust Bearings”, IEEE/ASME Trans. on Mechatronics, Vol. 7, No. 1, March 2002.

Na, U.J., Provenza, A., Palazzolo, A.B., Montague, G. and Kascak, A., “Test and Theory Correlation Study for
a Flexible Rotor on Fault-Tolerant Magnetic Bearings,” ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustic, 124(3):359-
366, Jul. 2002.

Kenny, A. and Palazzolo, A., “Single Plane Radial, Magnetic Bearings Biased with Poles Containing Permanent
Magnets,” ASME J. of Mechanical Design, March 2003, Vol. 125, pp. 178-185.

Minihan, T., Lei, S., Sun, G. and Palazzolo, A., “Large Motion Tracking Control for Thrust Magnetic Bearings
With Fuzzy Logic, Sliding Mode, and Direct Linearization,” Journal of Sound and Vibration, 263 (2003), 549-
567.

Sun, G., Palazzolo, A., Provenza, A. and Montague, G., “Detailed Ball Bearing Model for Magnetic Suspension
Auxiliary Service”, J. of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 269, Issues 3-5, 22 January 2004, pp. 933-963.

Kenny, A., Palazzolo, a., Montague, G. and Kascak, A., “Theory and Test Correlation for Laminate Stacking
Factor Effect on Homopolar Magnetic Bearing Stiffness”, ASME J. of Engineering Gas       Turbines     and
Power, Vol. 126, January 2004, pp. 142-146.

Li, Ming Hsiu, Palazzolo,A., Kenny, A., Provenza, A., Beach,R., Kascak,A., “Fault Tolerant Homopolar
Magnetic Bearings”, IEEE Trans. On Magnetics, Vol. 40, No. 5, Sept. 2004, pp. 3308 – 3318.

Provenza, A., Montague, G., Jansen, M., Palazzolo, A., and Jansen, R., “High Temperature Characterization of
a Radial Magnetic Bearing for Turbomachinery,” J. of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power. , v 127, n 2,
April, 2005, p 437-444

                        Present Research Projects of Dr. Alan Palazzolo
“Smart Structural Components and Simulation Tools for Increased Engine Efficiency, Flight Range and
   Safety,” NASA Glenn $250K, 1/1/02 - 11/30/05.

“Low Power Loss, Fail Safe Magnetic Suspensions for Energy Storage and Attitude Control Flight Flywheels”,
   NASA Glenn NRA 99-0SS-05, 1/2/01-06/30/05, $811K

“Sealed Blade Tip Drive Test Rig,” NASA Glenn, $194K, 7/1/03-02/14/06

“Flywheel Magnetic Bearings,” NASA Marshall through TAMU-CSP, $150K, 10/31/03-10/31/05

"Preload Loss Monitor Flywheel Zero – g Test", NASA Marshall through TAMU-CSP, $58K, 1/1/2004 -
    10/31/2005

"SBIR: NASA High Temperature Bearing System:, Electron Energy Corporation", $23K, 01/21/2005 -
   09/30/2005

"SBIR: Intelligent Rotor Bearing Design Tool", DynaTech Engineering Inc. , $42K, 04/01/2005 - 09/30/2005

                           Contact Information for Dr. Alan Palazzolo
  Department of Mechanical Engineering           979-845-5280 (office); 979-845-3081 (office fax)
  Texas A&M University MS 3123                   979-845-4580 (lab); 979-862-2892 (lab)
  College Station, Texas 77843-3123              Email: a-palazzolo@tamu.edu




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General Information

                                         ALAN BRIAN PALAZZOLO

Citizenship: USA

Work Address:
Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-3123
979-845-5280 (office); 979-845-3081 (office fax)
979-845-4580 (lab); 979-862-2892 (lab fax)
E-mail: a-palazzolo@tamu.edu

Title:   Professor, Ph.D., P.E.
                 Director, Vibration Control and Electromechanics Lab (VCEL)

Education:
        B.S.              Engineering Physics                University of Toledo, 1976
        M.S.              Mechanical Engineering             University of Virginia, 1977
        Ph.D.             Mechanical Engineering             University of Virginia, 1981

         Continuing Education:
                 Theory of Finite Elements, Union College, N.Y. 2.5 C.E.U.
                 University of Virginia Magnetic Bearings short course, July 1993.

Professional Interests:
Rotordynamics, Magnetic Bearings, High Temperature Motors and Magnetic Bearings, Active Vibration and Noise
Control, Fluid Film Bearings, Vibrations, Motors, Finite and Boundary Elements, Seal and Impeller Leakage Flow,
Piping Systems, Machine Design, Flywheels, Machinery Couplings, Expert Systems, Microgravity Vibration
Isolation, Electromechanical Systems.




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Experience

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University (1985-Present).
Teaching Areas: Dynamics, Finite Elements, Boundary Elements, Rotordynamics.Controls, Statics
Research Areas: Rotordynamics, Vibrations, Finite Elements, Piping Systems, Boundary Elements,
                 Electromechanical Systems, Magnetic Bearings Rotating Machinery Seals and Impeller Flow,
                 High Temperature and Aircraft Propulsion Motors
Service: Systems and Controls Division Leader Sept. 04 - present
        Tenure and Promotion Committee Member: Jan. 2004 - present
        Administrative Council Committee Member: Jan. 2004 - present

Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Summer 1991, 1992, 1993. Proctor: Pat Vallely,
       Title: “Simulation for Dynamic Coefficients of Liquid Seals”.

Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Marshall, 1995, Proctor: Pat Vallely, Title: “Forces in SSME Turbopump
       Impellers”.

Grantee, NASA Lewis Research Center, Summer 1988, 1989, 1990. Proctor: Albert F. Kascak, Title: “Active
         Control of Rotordynamic Vibration and Cryogenic Damper Development”.

Summer Faculty Fellow NASA Lewis Research Center, Summer 1987. Proctor: Albert F. Kascak, Title: “Active
       Control of Transient Rotordynamic Vibrations”.

Summer Faculty Fellow NASA Lewis Research Center, Summer 1986. Proctor: Albert F. Kascak, Title: “Transient
       Rotordynamic Rub Phenomena”.

Senior Research Engineer, Southwest Research Institute.
        Vibration analysis and testing of reciprocating compressors, rotating machinery, turbomachinery blading,
        offshore platforms, piping systems, finite element analysis (ANSYS), structural simulation. Dec. 1981-
        Aug. 1985.

Research Engineer, Allis Chalmers Corporation.
        Finite element analysis, vibration testing. May 1981-Dec. 1981.

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia.
         Teaching area: Mechanisms. Research Areas: Analytical vibrations, space structure vibration control
         (Langley). Sept. 1980-May 1981.

Field Engineering, Bently Nevada Corporation.
        Consulting services group engaged in rotating machinery vibration testing. Typical machinery involved
        included chemical process compressors, steam and gas turbines, gear boxes, etc. Aug. 1977-July 1978.

Research Assistant (Mechanical Engineering), University of Virginia.
        Computer and experimental analysis of rotor and shaft dynamics, space shuttle fuel pump rotordynamic
        simulation and analysis. June 1976-Aug. 1977.

Research Assistant (Physics), University of Toledo.
        Simulation of Atomic Resonance. March-June 1976.




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Tenure and Promotion

 Tenure and Promotion (from Assistant to Associate Professor) granted by Texas A&M University, March 22,
  1991.
 Promotion to Full Professor 09/01/99

Professional Engineer

Registered Professional Engineer, State of Texas, Certificate No. 66111, June 12, 1989.

Awards
    - TAMU Association of Former Students Outstanding Teaching Award , received 10/2004
    - Morris Foster Faculty Fellowship , received 10/2004
    - R&D 100 Award Winner, R&D Journal, 9/03, Volume 45, No. 9 (Revolutionary Engine Components, High
        Temperature Magnetic Bearings)
    - Halliburton Fellow Award 4/2001, $5,000 Award
    - TEES (Texas Engineering Experiment Station) Senior Fellow, 9/99, $5,000 Award
    - TEES (Texas Engineering Experiment Station) Fellow, 9/98, $5,000 Award
    - TEES (Texas Engineering Experiment Station) Fellow, 9/96, $5,000 Award
    - Graduate Student Teaching and Mentoring Award, Texas A&M, Mechanical Engineering, Received May,
        1993, $1500 Award.
    - Best Paper Award for 1987, Dynamics Branch of the Structural Division of NASA Lewis Research Center,
        “Piezoelectric Pushers for Active Vibration Control of Rotating Machinery.”
    - Best Paper Awards for 2003, Structural Mechanics and Dynamics Branch of the Structures and Acoustics
        Division of NASA Glenn Research Center, “High Temperature Characterization of a Radial Magnetic
        Bearing for Turbomachinery,” by Provenza, A., Montague, G., Jansen, M., Palazzolo, A., and Jansen, R.
    - Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Lewis, 1986, 1987; NASA Marshall, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995
    - Certificate of Recognition, 5/15/2003, “1000F Electric Motor”, NASA (LEW-17287-1), $350.
    - Certificate of Recognition, 5/14/2003, “High Temperature Coils for Electromagnetic”, NASA (LEW-17164-
        1), $350.
    - Certificate of Recognition, 6/6/2003, “Magnetic Bearing Position and Current Stiffness Data Acquisition
        System”, NASA (LEW-17057-1), $500.
    - Certificate of Recognition, 1/12/01, “Software for Acquiring Data on Dynamics of Magnetic Bearings”,
        NASA, $350 Award
    - Certificate of Recognition, 10/19/2000, “Magnetic Bearing Current and Position Stiffness and Damping Data
      Acquisition System”, NASA, $500 Award
    - Certificate of Recognition and Monetary Award from NASA for publication, “Piezoelectric Pushers Suppress
        Vibration,” in NASA Tech. Briefs.
    - Certificate of Recognition, 10/20/94, “Active Vibration Dampers for Rotating Machinery”, NASA, $150
        Award
    - Certificate of Recognition, 10/20/94, “Dual - Actuator Active Vibration-Control System”, NASA, $150
        Award
    - Ph.D. Fellowship, University of Virginia, 1978
    - Master's Fellowship, University of Virginia, 1976




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Professional Societies
    American Society for Engineering Education
    Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers-Associate Editor of Transactions
    American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) - Member
    NASA 1986 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program
    NASA 1987 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program
    NASA 1991 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program
    NASA 1992 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program
    NASA 1993 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program
    NASA 1995 Summer Faculty Fellowship Program

    Texas A&M University Turbomachinery Symposium Advisory Committee (Fall 1987 - Fall 1988)

    Session Vice Chairman:
     ASME Vibration Conference, Boston, MA, Sept. 1987
     ASME Gas Turbine Conference, Amsterdam, Neth., June 1988

    Session Chair:
      ASME Vibration Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1989
    3rd International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery, Honolulu,
           Hawaii, April 1990.
    
    Session Co-Chair, 1994 STLE/ASME Joint Conference
    Session Chair, 1994 ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Active Vibration Control


Continuing Education
Rotordynamics Short Course Instructor, University of Virginia, 1977.

SGA-PCRC Short Course on Controlling The Effects of Pulsations and Fluid Transients in Industrial Plants, by
Southwest Research Institute, Instructor, San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 1983.

Turbomachinery Symposium Short Course Coordinator, “Turbomachinery Basics”, Corpus Christi, Oct. 10, 1986;
Dallas, Oct. 26, 1987.

ASME Short Course Instructor, “Rotordynamics of Turbomachinery”, San Francisco, June 8-June 9, 1987; Denver,
Sept. 1, 1988; Toronto, June 2, 1989; Boston, July 1990.

VAVCO Short Course Instructor, “Rotordynamics of Turbomachinery”, Del Lago, Conroe, Texas, May 1990, 1991,
1992.

Rotordynamics Short Course, NASA Lewis, July 1993.




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Funded Research

Active Awards (Dr. Palazzolo – Sole P.I.)
     “Smart Structural Components and Simulation Tools for Increased Engine Efficiency, Flight Range and
        Safety,” NASA Glenn $250K, 1/1/02 - 11/30/05.

       “Sealed Blade Tip Drive Test Rig,” NASA Glenn, $194K, 7/1/03-02/14/06

       “G3 Flywheel Unit Magnetic Suspension Design Support,” NASA Glenn through NASA Marshall, 12/01/03-
          10/31/05, $38K

       “Flywheel Magnetic Bearings,” NASA Marshall through TAMU-CSP, $150K, 10/31/03-10/31/05

       "Preload Loss Monitor Flywheel Zero – g Test", NASA Marshall through TAMU-CSP, $58K, 1/1/2004 -
           10/31/2005

       "SBIR: NASA High Temperature Bearing System:, Electron Energy Corporation", $23K, 01/21/2005 -
          09/30/2005

       "SBIR: Intelligent Rotor Bearing Design Tool", DynaTech Engineering Inc. , $42K, 04/01/2005 - 09/30/2005

Inactive Awards (Dr. Palazzolo – Sole P.I.)


        1.      “Coils for High Temperature Switched Reluctance Motors”, Rockwell International Corp.– Science
                Center, 02/25/2004 – 11/15/2004, $14K

       2.       “Low Power Loss, Fail Safe Magnetic Suspensions for Energy Storage and Attitude Control Flight
                Flywheels”, NASA Glenn NRA 99-0SS-05, 1/2/01-06/30/05, $811K

       3.      “Expert System and Redundant Magnetic Bearing for Machinery Suspensions to Provide Quiet Electric
             Drive Propulsion,” Office of Naval Research, 8/98-12/30/04, $367,997, Project 32525-55740.

       4.     “High Performance Magnetic Suspensions for Flywheel Applications”, University of Texas at Austin-
             Center for Electromechanics; Project Period: 10/01/98- 12/31/03, Project Amount: $146K.

       5.    “Flywheel Magnetic Bearings”, NASA Marshall through TAMU CSP, $245K, 11/01/01-12/31/03, 32528-
             6657B.

       6      “Magnetic Suspensions for Energy Storage Flywheels”, NASA Glenn through TAMU CSP, $160K,
             12/00/00-05/31/02, 32528-5048AA.

       7.    “Smart Structural Components for Increased Flight, Speed, Safety and Capacity Using Magnetic Bearings
             and Active Vibration/Noise Control”, NASA Glenn, 12/03/99 – 12/02/01, $213,464 (32525-59830).

       8.    “Flywheel Energy Storage-Magnetic Bearing Position Sensor Development”, NASA Goddard through
             TAMU Center for Space Power, 03/01/00 – 02/28/01, $160,000 (32528-5992B).

       9     “Flywheel Magnetic Bearings”, NASA Glenn Through TAMU Center for Space Power, 1/1/97- 10/31/00,
             $685,083, 32528-5048A (ME).*

       10     “Computational Software and Magnetic Bearing System Development”, NASA Glenn, 11/1/96 - 02/29/00,
             $147,202, (32525-50560).

       11     “Fail Safe Magnetic Bearing Development”, NASA Glenn, 11/1/96 - 10/31/99, $190,059, (32525-50570).





    Administrative (Non-Research) C0-P.I.’s: Fred Best and Frank Little of the TAMU-CSP

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12      “CHPS Flywheel Suspension Control”, Science Applications International Corp., Project Period:
     9/24/98 - 7/31/99, Project Amount: $36,727.

13   “Magnetic Bearing Suspension for ACESE Flywheel”, U.S. Flywheel Systems, Project Period: 2/01/99 -
     1/31/00, Project Amount: $49,000.

14    “Impeller Modeling”, Fellowship from NASA Marshall for Jeff Moore, $66,000, 7/96 - 7/99 (32525-
     50020).

15    “Active Vibration Control System Development for Microgravity Isolation”, NASA Marshall (32525-
     51310), $38,130, (4/15/97 - 12/31/99).

16. “Design Technology Development of High Accuracy Spindle System Using Active Vibration Control for
    Machine Tools”, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM), $35,400, (32525-52510), (12/1/96 -
    3/31/96).

17. “Cryogenic Dampers Verification”, NASA Lewis Research Center, P.I. Palazzolo, 4/4/88 - 12/1/94
    ($493,005), RF5983.

18 “Active Control of Transient Rotor Vibrations,” NASA Lewis Research Center, 1/2/87 - 2/1/94 ($461,895),
   RF5648.

19. “High Temperature Magnetic Bearing Design,” NASA Lewis, 11/1/93 - 3/1/97, ($152,490), RF8616.

20    “Computational Methods in Active Vibration Control of Rotorbearing Systems,” NASA Lewis, Jan. 1,
     1994 - Feb. 19, 1997 ($179,954), RF8660, 433071-00001.

21. “Flywheel Magnetic Bearings”, TAMU Space Power Center, $9,500, June 1996- Oct. 1996. (425002-
    15009).

22   “Liquid Seals Analysis,” NASA Marshall, $97,800, June 1, 1992 - May 1, 1997 (32525-46770).

23. “Bearing Effects on Rotor-Bearing System Vibration,” TAMU-TRC*, 1986 - 1997, P.I. Palazzolo
    ($130,000).

24. “Coupling Effects on Rotor-Bearing System Vibration,” TAMU-TRC*, 1987 - 1997 P.I. Palazzolo
    ($123,000).

25. “Vertical Pump Simulation”, TAMU-TRC, 1995-1997, P.I. Palazzolo, $22,500.

26   “Active Control of Rotorbearing Systems,” TAMU-TRC*, 1987 - 1993, P.I. Palazzolo ($68,000).

27 “Shaft Currents,” TAMU-TRC, 1988 - 1991, P.I. Palazzolo ($20,000).

28 “CFD Impeller Leakage Path Modeling”, TAMU-TRC, 1996-1999; P.I. Palazzolo, $35,000.

29   “Active Vibration Control of Machinery,” Texas A&M University Engineering Excellence Fund, Jan. 1,
     1987 - Dec. 31, 1987, P.I. Palazzolo ($10,222.00).

30 “Finite Element-Boundary Element Dynamics,” Texas A&M University Engineering Excellence Fund,
   1986 - 1987, P.I. Palazzolo ($17,149.50).

31. Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Lewis, Active Vibration Control, 1986 ($8,000).
    Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Lewis, Active Vibration Control, 1987 ($8,000).
    Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Marshall, Turbomachinery Seal Simulation, 1991 ($9,000).
    Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Marshall, Turbomachinery Seal Simulation, 1992 ($10,000).
    Summer Faculty Fellow, NASA Marshall, Turbomachinery Seal Simulation, 1993 ($10,000).




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Total Funded Research Awards While At Tamu: (Sole Technical P.I.: Palazzolo)
        U.S. Navy                                                                                                           $367,997
          NASA Glenn/Lewis (Direct Grants)                                                                                $3,092,000
          NASA Marshall (Direct Grants)                                                                                     $135,930
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          NASA Glenn (through TAMU CSP)                                                                                     $845,000
                                                        *
          NASA Goddard (through TAMU CSP)                                                                                   $160,000
                                                        *
          NASA Marshall (through TAMU CSP)                                                                                  $433,000
          Jeff Moore Graduate Fellowship                                                                                      $66,000
          Science Applications Inter. Corp. (through UTA-CEM)                                                                 $36,727
          U.T. Austin-CEM                                                                                                   $146,000
          U.S. Flywheel Systems, Inc.                                                                                         $49,000
          Rockwell International – Science Center                                                                            $14,000
          NASA (Faculty Fellow)                                                                                               $45,000
          Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials                                                                          $35,400
          Electron Energy Corporation                                                                                         $23,000
          DynaTech Engineering, Inc.                                                                                          $42,000
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          TRC                                                                                                               $398,500
          TAMU Space Power Center (Seed Money)                                                                                 $9,500
          State of Texas                                                                                                      $27,372
                                                                                                     Total                $5,926,000
Active Proposals:
               TEES Proposal 05-030
               -Title: High Power Density, Low Noise Motor/Generator For
                          Aircraft Propulsion and Power Delivery
               -Organization: NASA Glenn
               -Principal Investigator: Alan Palazzolo
               -Co-Investigators;             Hamid Toliyat of TAMU EE
               -proposal is competitive and subject to peer review
               -date:       12/8/04
               -status       : Still Being Considered
               -dollar value : $800,000


               TEES Proposal 05-0375
               -Title: Magnetic Bearing Design for Space Based Flywheel System
               -Organization: Beacon Power (DARPA SBIR sub-contract to TAMU)
               -Principal Investigator: Alan Palazzolo
               -proposal was solicited by Beacon Power
               -date:       14 January 2005
               -status       : Accepted however funding pending
               -dollar value : $48,000




1
  Administrative (Non-Research) Co-P.I.’s: Fred Best and Frank Little of TAMU-CSP
2
  Texas A&M University Turbomachinery Research Consortium (18 industrial companies that pool $15,000 per year per company to conduct
research)

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University Service
    Division Leader - Systems and Controls Division - 09/2004 - present
    M.E. Dept. Tenure and Promotion Committee (3/01/04 - Present)
    M.E. Dept. Advisory Committee (10/02-present)
    Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program Advisory Committee (1994 - 1998, 2001-2004)
    ME ABET Committee Assistance (as Division Leader 10/04 - 6/05)
    Engineering School Safety Committee (1995 - July 2004)
    M.E. Dept. Safety Committee (1996 -10/02)
    Texas A&M Council of Principal Investigators (8/95 - 12/96)
    Member of Turbomachinery Symposium Board of Advisors (Fall 1987- Fall 1988)
    Graduate Council Representative (GCR): Five Ph.D. students
    Department of Mechanical Engineering Safety Program: Program Organizer and Founder
    EIT Proctor (twice)
    Assembled Turbomachinery Research Consortium (TRC) brochure for recruiting new members, 1986
    Faculty Advisor: TAMU Flute Choir (1995 - 2001)




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Teaching Background
                                                                                 # of complete
                                                                                 times taught

          -MEEN 260 Engineering Experimentation                                        1
          -MEEN 411 Controls                                                           1
          -MEEN 213 Engineering Mechanics: Dynamics                                    3
          -MEEN 334 Dynamics and Vibration                                             7
          -MEEN 335 Dynamics and Controls                                              4
          -MEEN 459 Mechanical Vibrations                                              1
          -Mechanical Vibrations, University of Virginia                               1
           Kinematics and Dynamics of Mechanisms, University of                        1
           Virginia
          -ENGR 102 Introduction to Engineering                                        1
          -ENGR 211 Conservation Principles ( Statics and Dynamics )                   1
          -ENGR 221 Statics and Dynamics                                               1
          -MEMA 647 Theory of Finite Elements                                          7
          -MEEN 689 Special Topics in Boundary Elements                                2
          -MEEN 639 Dynamics of Rotating Machinery                                     1
          -MEEN 649 Nonlinear Vibrations                                               1
          -MEEN 654 Boundary Elements                                                  4
          -MEEN 617 Mechanical Vibrations                                              3
          -MEEN 649 Nonlinear Vibrations                                               1
          -MEEN 431 Adv. Dynamics, Vibration and Controls                              2


Teaching Award
-TAMU Association of Former Students , Outstanding Teaching Award. Received October 2004
-Graduate Student Teaching and Mentoring Award, Texas A&M University, Mechanical Engineering, May 1993,
 $1,500 award.

New Course
MEEN 654 Boundary Elements, Texas A&M University

Teaching Evaluations
Typical comments on Teaching Evaluations:
MEEN 334/504 Fall 1997
         “Easy to understand. Clearly explains methods before homework is assigned. Very friendly with students.”
         “Related class work to actual industrial examples.”
         “Good lecturer, well organized. Worked useful examples and pre-labs.”
         “Wants to teach; genuine concern for students.”

MEEN 335/501 Fall 1997
      “Helpful. Always prepared. Clear lecturing.”
      “Knowledgeable, caring.”
      “Instructor had a positive attitude and answered questions fully.”

MEEN 411 Controls, Spring 1998
      “He knew the material well and could answer all questions.”
      “Palazzolo is very good at teaching this course and presents the information well. He is very smart and
           knows his material well in the area of controls.”
      “Very nice, open to questions, treats everyone fairly.”

MEEN 260 Engineering Experimentation, Fall 2002
     “He is always well prepared. He is enthusiastic about the material “
     “Very well organized, Material well structured as with assignments “
MEEN 617 Graduate Mechanical Vibrations, Spring 2002
     “Organized, detailed examples, excellent lecturer, great with questions “
     “Very friendly-easy to talk to, makes himself available to help students”

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MEEN 431 Advanced Dynamics, Controls and Vibrations, Spring 2004
     “Extremely helpful and interested in teaching the students”
     “ Cares a lot and makes time for students”
ENGR 221 Statics and Dynamics , Spring 2004
     “Well prepared, explained things in a great way, fair grading, had neat props”
      “ He is willing to take the time to help when someone does not understand”


Chairman of Graduate Student Committees
COMPLETED
Masters (28 Total)
Awad, Nadim Mansour
          “Investigation of the singular integral and discontinuous traction problems for boundary element three-
          dimensional elastostatics”, 1987.
Clark, Robert Warren
          “Gear coupling effects on rotordynamics”, 1988.
Ibrahim, Syed Azman
          “Experimental verification of finite element enhancement and MAC methods”, 1991.
Olan, Emmanuel Angustia
          “Analysis and experimental study of a plate-type hydraulic vibration damper for cryogenic rotating
          machinery”, 1991.
Kim, Chaesil
          “Magnetic bearing eddy current effects on rotordynamic system response”, 1995.
Roever, Douglas Michael
          “Independent modal space control and modal filters for active vibration control of rotors”, 1992.
Gadangi, Ravindra Kumar
          “Curved plate damper test and simulations with snubbers, through-flow, and flexible plate effects”, 1992.
Barrett, Timothy Stuart
          “Active vibration control of rotating machinery using piezoelectric pushers”, 1992.
Moore, James Jeffrey
          “A forced response analysis and application of impact dampers to rotordynamic vibration suppression in a
          cryogenic environment”, 1993.
McElhaney, John Michael
          “Impact damping applied to MDOF structures”, 1995.
Venkataraman, Balaji
          “Thermo-hydrodynamic analysis of turbulent cryogenic eccentric annular seals and effects of seal
          flexibility,” 1995
DeWeese, Randall Thomas
          “A comparison of eddy current effects in a single sided magnetic thrust bearing”, 1996.
Limroth, John Charles
          “An expert system for anomaly diagnosis and corrective action for electro-magnetic bearing mounted rotor
          system”, 1986.
Havelka, Daniel Louis
          “Calculation of rotational power losses in eight pole radial magnetic”, 1997.
Wong, Steven Matthew
          “Active vibration isolation of a simulated engine response”, 1997.
Mulchandani, Rajesh
          “Three dimensional thermohydrodynamic analysis of multi-lobed bearings”, Dec. 1997.
Homma, Kenji
          “Design and analysis of an actuator/position sensor for microgravity vibration isolation”, Aug. 1998.
Bhattacharya, Avijit
          “CFD based rotordynamic coefficients for labyrinth seals and impeller shroud leakage paths”, Dec. 1997.
Han, Lucas
          “Vertical pump rotordynamics”, Dec. 1997.
Rahtika, Sopan
          “High Temperature Magnetic Bearing Test Rig Design”, Dec. 1998.
Sun, Guangyoung
          “Sliding Mode Control Applied to Large Motion Magnetic Bearing Tracking Problems”, Dec. 1999.
Minihan, Tom
          “Large Motion Tracking Control With Magnetic Suspensions”, May 2001.


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George, Geoff
         “Nonlinear coupling effects on rotating machinery torsional dynamics”, Dec. 2002.
Mohinddin, Mohammed
         “Magnetic Suspensions”, Dec. 2002.
Willerton, Justin
         “Magnetic Actuator for Active Stall Control”, Dec. 2002.
Preuss, Jason
         “Pre-load Loss Monitor”, Dec. 2003
Kaushik, Nikhil
         “Blade Loss Dynamics”, Dec. 2003
Tucker, Randy
          “ Motors for Aircraft Propulsion”, Dec 2004




COMPLETED
Doctorate (17 Total)
Earles, Larry Lee
         “Tilt pad bearing effects on rotordynamic stability and improvements in global system dynamic analysis”,
         1989.
Lin, Reng Rong
         “Active vibration control of rotorbearing systems utilizing piezoelectric pushers”, 1990.

Jagannathan, Shankar
          “Test and theory of robust active vibration control of rotor-bearing systems utilizing piezoelectric
          actuators”, 1993.
Kim, Jinsang
          “Thermoelastohydrodynamic tilt pad journal bearing simulation and application to rotorbearing model”,
          1993.
Padavala, Satya Srinivas
          “Dynamic analysis of arbitrary profile liquid annular seals and transient analysis with large eccentric
          motion”, 1993.
Tang, Punan
          “A combined piezoelectric-hydraulic actuator system and an electromechanical simulation method for
          active vibration control of rotordynamic systems”, 1993.
Kim, Chaesil
          “Magnetic bearing eddy current effects on rotordynamic system”, 1995.
Gadangi, Ravindra Kumar
          “Transient rotordynamics with flexible shaft and flexible nonlinear hydrodynamic journal bearings
          including thermal effects”, 1995
Barrett, Timothy Stuart
          “Probabilistic design for rotordynamic simulations using receptance based reanalysis”, 1996.
Chinta, Muralidhar
          “Steady state nonlinear rotordynamics and modeling of magnetic bearings”, 1997.
Moore, Jeff
          “Linearized force coefficient for turbomachinery leakage path by CFD approach”, May 1999.
Na, Uhn Joo
          “Nonlinear control of magnetically supported flywheels with support motion and hub flexibility”, Dec.
          1999.
Lei, Shuliang
          “Fuzzy Magnetic Bearing Control with Saturation Nonlinearity”, Dec. 2000.
Kenny, Andrew
          “Eddy Currents in High Speed Laminated Magnetic Bearings”, Dec. 2000.
Guangyoung Sun
          “Auxiliary Bearing Dynamics”, Aug. 2003.
Kim, Yeonkyu

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        “Magnetic Suspended Flywheel for Satellites”, Dec. 2003.
Li, Ming Hsiu
        “Fault Tolerant Magnetic Bearings”, Dec. 2004


IN PROGRESS
        A. Masters (3 Total)
Johnson, Clinton
        “ Preload Loss Monitor Flywheel Verification”
Odion Dibua
        "Blade Tip Test Rig:
Ahsan Hossain
        "High Temp Magnatic Bearing"

IN PROGRESS
         B. Doctorate (1 Total)
Park, Junyoung
         “Flywheel Effects on Satellite Dynamics”


                       Current Positions of Former Students with Palazzolo Chairmanship
          Student            Degree               Position                           Company
Dr. Jinsang Kim             Ph.D.       Sr. Research Engineer                 Daewoo Motor Co., Inchon, Korea
Dr. Punan Tang              Ph.D.       St. Project Engineer                  Johnson Engineering, Houston, TX
Dr. Larry Earles            Ph.D.       Engineering Stress Analyst                Cooper Oil Tool, Houston, TX
Dr. Reng Rong Lin           Ph.D.       Research Engineer                          Lamson Corp., Syracuse, NY
Dr. Shankar Jangannathan Ph.D.          Senior Engineer                    SATCON Tech. Co., Cambridge, MA
Noel Olan                   M.S.        Tech. Serv. Rep.                                   Conoco, Houston, TX
Dr. Ravindra Gadangi        Ph.D.       Research Engineer                       A.C. Compressors, Appleton, WI
Nadim Awad                  M.S.        Mfg. Engineer                        Northern Telecom, Kanata, Ontario
Dr. Jeff Moore              Ph.D.       Research Engineer                                    Dresser, Olean, NY
Robert Clark, Jr.           M.S.        Senior Engineer                        McDonnell Douglas, Houston, TX
Doug Roever                 M.S.        Design Engineer                         Allison Engine, Indianapolis, IN
Dr. Chaesil Kim             Ph.D.       Associate Professor          Changwon Nat'l Univ., Dept. of Mech. Eng.,
                                                                                                           Korea
Balaji Venkataraman         M.S.        Research Engineer                                                  Solar
Randy DeWeese               M.S.        Research Engineer                         Texas Instruments Corporation
John Limroth                M.S.        Research Engineer                                   National Instruments
Tim Barrett                 Ph.D.       Senior Specialist Engineer                              Pratt & Whitney
Rajesh Mulchandani          M.S.        Research Engineer                           Atlas Copco, San Diego, CA
Sopan Rahtika               M.S.        Research Engineer                           Atlas Copco, San Diego, CA
Jason Preuss                M.S.        Research Engineer                          Honeywell, Los Angeles, CA
Uhn Joo Na                  Ph.D.       Research Engineer                                         Kimm, Korea


Lab Supervisor:

Chris Thomas, Mohammad Bapi



Teaching Improvements
            Attendee:   “Integrating Design into the Engineering Curriculum”, March 21-22, 2002, SMU, Dallas,
             Texas.
            Attendee:   “Developing an Assessment & Evaluation Plan for EC2000, TAMU, 10/28/2002.




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Mentoring and Joint Faculty Activities

The following faculty projects have been given funds from my research accounts for mentoring and joint work
projects:

        (a) Ben Mooring and Suhada Jayasuriya (ME): $500 each for Control Study in Active Vibration Control
            Research.
        (b) Alan Letton (ME): $1000 for Liquid Plastics Research related to Active Vibration Control Research.
        (c) Theofanis Stroubolis (Aerospace): $750 for Finite Element Modeling of Fluid Structure Interaction for
            Active Vibration Control Research.
        (d) Harold Hogan (ME): $11,000 project for Rotordynamic System Modeling. This is a Turbomachinery
            Research Consortium Project on which I remain an advisor.
        (e) High Temperature Induction Displacement Sensor Development, ($3000), Dr. Selina Nigli, Post Doc.,
            Elect. Eng.
        (f) Liquid Plastic Development for Active Vibration Control, ($6000), Dr. Wenduan Li, Visiting Scholar,
            PRC, Chemical Eng.
        (g) Eddy Current Simulations, $500 to Dr. Wayne Saslow, Physics.
            Dr. Sherif Noah, Auxiliary Bearings for Magnetic Bearings, ($4,750), Consulting WPAFB


Cooperative Work Programs
(1)   Allison Engine Company - NASA Lewis - Texas A&M, Impact Dampers and Magnetic Bearings, 1992 - 1995.
(2)   Goodyear - NASA Lewis - Texas A&M, Active Engine Isolation, 1994 - 1996.
(3)   U.S. Flywheel--NASA Glenn--TAMU, Flywheel Magnetic Suspensions, 1998-2000.
(4)   Optimal Energy--NASA Glenn--TAMU. Flywheel Magnetic Suspensions, 2001-Present.




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Invited Presentations
“Electromagnetic Shaft Currents,” Gulf Coast Ammonia Producers Meeting, April 7-9, 1985, Baton Rouge, LA.

“Shaft Currents and Grounding Brush Applications in Rotating Machinery,” Panel Discussion, IEEE Meeting,
October 22, 1986, Portland, Oregon.

“Piezoelectric Pushers for Active Vibration Control of Rotating Machinery,” Lewis Structures Technology
Conference, May 23, 1988, NASA Lewis, Cleveland, Ohio.

“Active and Low Temperature Vibration Control,” Mechanical Engineering Dept., University of Kentucky, August
21, 1989.

“Active Control of Vibration Using Piezoelectric or Magnetic Forcing of Shafts”, Alan Palazzolo, 2nd National
Turbine Engine High Cycle Fatigue (HCF). Coord. meeting, sponsor WPAFB, Naval Post Graduate School,
Monterrey, CA, 12/96.

“Magnetic Bearing Supported Flywheels”, NASA Glenn Flywheel Workshop, 9/11/97, NASA Lewis.

“Magnetic Bearing Supported Flywheels”, NASA Glenn Flywheel Workshop, 10/99, NASA Lewis.

“Magnetic Bearing Supported Flywheels”, NASA Glenn Flywheel Workshop, 10/00, Albuquerque.

“Magnetic Bearing Supported Flywheels”, NASA Glenn Flywheel Workshop, 8/7/03, Los Angeles.




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       Patents, Invention Disclosures, and Copyrights
       (1) U.S. Patents
               (a) “System and Method for Controlling Suspension Using a Magnetic Field”, US Patent: (US
                      6,323,614B1); Date of Patent: Nov. 27, 2001; Inventors: Palazzolo, A., Mu Li, Uhn Joo Na, Erwin
                      Thomas.
       (2) U.S. Patent Applications
                (a) U.S. Application Serial No. 11/142,747, filed June 1, 2005, "Fault Tolerant Homopolar Magnetic
                     Bearings", Co Inventors: Palazzolo, Hsiu Li, Kenny, Beach, Kascak , Provenza, Tucker
       (3) U.S. Provisional Patents
               - US Provisional Patent Application No 60/576,281, "Fault Tolerant
               Homopolar Magnetic Bearings” was filed in June 1, 2004 and the deadline
               for conversion to a Full Utility Application was June 1, 2005. The TLO
               Project No. is TAMUS 2038 TEES 03 as disclosed to TLO June 16, 2003

       (4) TAMU Invention Disclosures.

                                                  DR. PALAZZOLO DISCLOSURES
                                                            4/23/01
 DATE       TAMUS NO.                          TITLE                                    STATUS                  INVENTOR(S)
09/15/97   1232TEES98     Magnetic Bearing Digital Controller – Version I     Software License Agreement    A. Palazzolo, et al
                          (MBDCI)
05/11/99   1466TEES99     Hybrid Voter for Redundant Component, Fail-Safe     Evaluation before Marketing   A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Operation

09/13/99   1514TEES00     Magnetic Suspension Controller for Flexible Hub     Software License Agreement    A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Flywheels

04/27/00   1581TEES00     Improvements in the Fault-Tolerant Control of       Evaluation before Marketing   A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Magnetic Bearing Actuators

07/30/99   1617TEES00     Low Eddy Current Magnetic Thrust Bearing            Evaluation before Marketing   A. Palazzolo, et al

10/04/00   1617TEES01     Switching Power Amplifier Post Filter for Reduced   Evaluation before Marketing   A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Noise Emissions to Measurement Sensors

10/04/00   1672TEES01     Ultra-High Temperature Coils for Electromagnetic    Evaluation before Marketing   A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Devices

03/19/01   1722TEES01     Magnetic Bearing with Permanent Magnet Poles        Pending File                  A. Palazzolo, et al

04/14/03   1943TEES03     Ultra High Temperature Coils for Electromagnetic    Evaluation Before Marketing   A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Devices

05/16/03   2038    TEES   Fault Tolerant Homopolar Magnetic Bearings          Provisional Patent Received   A. Palazzolo,, et. al
           03
           P-156          Computational Tool Development for Magnetic                                       A. Palazzolo, et al
                          Bearing System Simulation (TEES 97-369)

           P-157          Fail Safe Magnetic Bearing Development              Pending File                  A. Palazzolo, et al

       (3) Copyrights
              (a) “Magnetic Suspension Controller for Flexible Hub Flywheels”, Registration date May 14, 2002,
                   Registration Number, TXU-1-034-737. TAMUS 1514.

       Consulting
          Southwest Research Institute (Simulation Piping Vibrations, 1986)
          DeWolf, Ward, O'Donnell & Hoofmann (Expert witness, Finite Element Simulation, (1986-1990).
          Wright Patterson Air Force Base - Lubrication Branch (Magnetic Bearing Auxiliary Bearings) (8/94-9/95).
          Goodyear, Akron, Ohio, Active Vibration Control of Engine Vibration (9/94).
          Dynatech Inc., Magnetic Bearing Modeling, AF-SBIR (5/96-12/99).
          Accumentrics, Magnetic Bearings (2001).


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   Optimal Energy Systems, Magnetic Bearings (4/99-2000).




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Publication:      Peer Reviewed Archival Transactions
(1)     Palazzolo, A.B., “Formalism for the Rotation Matrix of Rotations About an Arbitrary Axis,” American
              Journal of Physics, Vol. 44/1, January 1976, pp. 63.

(2)    Palazzolo, A.B., Wang, B.P. and Pilkey, W.D., “A Receptance Formula for General Second-Degree Square
              Lambda Matrices,” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 18, 1982, pp.
              829-843.

(3)    Wang, B.P., Pilkey, W.D. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Structural Modification to Achieve Anti-resonances in
             Helicopters,” Journal of Aircraft, Vol. 19, No. 6, June 1982, pp. 499-504.

(4)     Wang, B.P., Kitis, L., Pilkey, W.D. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Helicopter Vibration Reduction by Local Structural
             Modification,” Journal of the American Helicopter Society, July 1982, pp. 43-47.

(5)     Palazzolo, A.B., Wang, B.P. and Pilkey, W.D., “Eigensolution Reanalysis of Rotor Dynamic Systems by the
              Generalized Receptance Method,” ASME Journal of Engineering for Power, July 1983, pp. 543-550.

(6)     Palazzolo, A.B., Wang, B.P. and Pilkey, W.D., “Component Synthesis of Multi-Case, Rotating Machinery
              Trains by the Generalized Receptance Approach,” ASME Journal of Engineering for Power, October
              1983, pp. 941-946.

(7)     Wang, B.P., Kitis, L., Pilkey, W.D. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Synthesis of Dynamic Vibration Absorbers,”
             ASME Journal of Vibration, Acoustics, Stress and Reliability in Design, Vol. 107, No. 2, April 1985,
             pp. 161-166.

(8)     Earles, L., Palazzolo, A.B., Lee, C., “Hybrid Finite Element Boundary Element Simulation of Rotating
               Machinery Supported on Flexible Foundation and Soil,” ASME Vibration Conference, 27-30 Sept.
               1987, Boston, MA. Rotating Machinery Dynamics DE, Vol. 2, pp. 371-382. ASME Journal of
               Vibrations, July 1988.

(9)     Palazzolo, A., Lin, R., Kascak, A., and Alexander, R., “Active Control of Transient Rotordynamic Vibration
              By Optimal Control Methods,” ASME Gas Turbine Conference, 5-9 June, 1988, Amsterdam, ASME
              Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, 4/89.

(10)    Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Piezoelectric Pushers for Active Vibration Control of Rotating Machinery,” ASME
              Journal of Vibrations, July 1989, pp. 298-305.

(11)    Earles, L.L., Palazzolo, A.B., and Armentrout, R.W., “A Finite Element Approach to Pad Flexibility Effect in
               Tilt Pad Journal Bearings, Part I: Single Pad Analysis,” ASME Journal of Tribology, Vol. 112, No. 2,
               pp. 169-177, 1990.

(12)    Earles, L.L., Palazzolo, A.B., and Armentrout, R.W., “A Finite Element Approach to Pad Flexibility Effect in
               Tilt Pad Journal Bearings, Part II: Assembled Bearing and System Analysis,” ASME Journal of
               Tribology, Vol. 112, No. 2, pp. 178-182, 1990.

(13)    Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Test and Theory for Piezoelectric Actuator-Active Vibration Control of Rotating
              Machinery,” Proc. 12th Biennial ASME Conference on Mechanical Vibrations, Montreal, Canada,
              ASME Journal of Vibrations, April 1991, Vol. 113, pp. 167-175.

(14)    Lin, R.R., Palazzolo, A.B., Kascak, A.F., and Montague, G.T., “Electromechanical Simulation and Testing of
              Actively Controlled Rotordynamic Systems with Piezoelectric Actuators,” Presented at the
              International Gas Turbine Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 3-6, 1991, ASME Journal of
              Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power, Vol. 115, April, 1993, pp. 324-335.

(15)    Palazzolo, A.B., Jagannathan, S., Kascak, A.F., Montague, G.T., and Kiraly, L.J., “Hybrid Active Vibration
              Control of Rotorbearing Systems Using Piezoelectric Actuators,” Proceedings of ASME 13th Biennial
              Conference on Mechanical Vibration, ASME Book No. G0644E, Miami, Florida, Sept. 22-25, 1991,
              ASME Journal of Vibrations, January 1993, Vol. 38, pp. 227-240.



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(16)   Kim, J., Palazzolo, A. and Gadangi, R., “TEHD Analysis for Tilt Pad Journal Bearings Using Upwind Finite
             Element Method,” Presented at the 1993 STLE Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada. STLE Tribology
             Transactions, Vol. 37 (1994), 4, 771-783.

(17)   Padavala, S., Palazzolo, A., Vallely, P. and Ryan, S., “Simulation Study with Arbitrary Profile Liquid
             Annular Seals,” Presented at the 1993 STLE Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada. STLE Tribology
             Transactions, Oct. 1994, 37/4, pp. 667-678.

(18)   Barrett, T. Palazzolo, A., and Kascak, A., “Active Vibration Control of Rotating Machinery Using
              Piezoelectric Actuators Incorporating Flexible Casing Effects,” ASME paper 93-GT-293. ASME
              Journal of Gas Turbines for Power, Vol. 117, No. 1, January 1995, pp. 176-187.

(19)   Kim, J. and Palazzolo, A., “Dynamic Characteristics of TEHD Tilt Pad Journal Bearing Simulation Including
             Multiple Mode Pad Flexibility Model,” ASME 14th Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and
             Noise, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 19-22, 1993. ASME Journal of Vibrations, January
             1995, Vol. 117, pp. 123-135.

(20)   Tang, P., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Combined Piezoelectric-Hydraulic Actuator Based Active Vibration Control
             for Rotordynamic Systems,” ASME 14th Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise,
             Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 19-22, 1993. ASME Journal of Vibrations, July 1995, Vol.
             117, pp.285-293.

(12)   Moore, J., Palazzolo, A., et al, “A Forced Response Analysis and Application of Impact Dampers to
            Rotordynamic Vibration Suppression in a Cryogenic Environment,” ASME 14th Biennial Conference
            on Mechanical Vibration and Noise, Albuquerque, New Mexico, September 19-22, 1993. ASME J. of
            Vibrations, Vol. 117, No. 1, July 1995, pp. 300-310.

(22) Tang, P. and Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., Montague, G., “Active Vibration Control of Rotating Machinery With
            a Hybrid Piezo-Hydraulic Actuator System,” (Paper 94-GT-53) ASME J. of Engineering for Gas
            Turbines and Power, Oct. 1995, Vol. 117, pp. 767-776.

(23) Gadangi, R., Palazzolo, A., and Kim, J., “Transient Analysis of Plain and Tilt Pad Journal Bearings Including
           Fluid Film Temperature Effects,” ASME/STLE JOINT CONF., Oct. 1994 94-TRIB-30, ASME Journal
           of Tribology, Apr. 1996, Vol. 118, pp. 423-430.

(24)   Gadangi, R., and Palazzolo, A., “Transient Analysis of Tilt Pad Journal Bearings Including Effects of Pad
            Flexibility and Fluid Film Temperature,” ASME/STLE JOINT CONF., Oct.1994, 94-TRIB-47, ASME
            Journal of Tribology, Apr.1995, Vol. 117, pp.302-307.

(25)   Montague, G.T., Kascak, A., Palazzolo, A., Manchala, D., Thomas, E., “Feedforward Control of Gear Mesh
            Vibration Using Piezoelectric Actuators,” Shock and Vibration, Vol. 1, No. 5, 1994, pp. 473-484.

(26)   Kim, C., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A. and Brown, G., “Eddy Current Effects On the Design of Rotor Magnetic
             Bearing Systems”, ASME Special 50th Anniversary Design Issue, June 1995, Vol. 117, pp. 162-170.

(27)   Venkataraman, B. and Palazzolo, A., “Thermohydrodynamic Analysis of Eccentric Annular Seals Using
            Cubic Spline Interpolation,” STLE Transactions, Vol. 40 (1997), 1, pp. 183-194.

(28)   Venkataraman, B. and Palazzolo, A., “Effects of Wall Flexibility on the Rotordynamic Coefficients of
            Turbulent Cryogenic Annular Seals,” ASME, J. Tribology, July 1996, Vol. 118, pp. 509-519.

(29)   Tang, P., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., “Electromechanical Modeling of Hybrid Piezoelectric Actuator System
             for Active Vibration Control,” ASME J. Dyn. Systems, Measurement and Control, March 1997, Vol.
             119, pp. 11-18.

(30)   McElhaney, J., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., “Simulation and Modeling of MDOF Structures and Rotating
            Machinery with Impact Dampers,” ASME J. Gas Turbines and Power, April 1997, Vol. 119, pp. 437-
            446.




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(31)   Manchala, D., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., and Montague, G., “Constrained Quadratic Programming, Active
            Control of Rotating Mass Imbalance,” Journal of Sound and Vibration Vol. 205(5), 4 Sept. 1997, pp.
            561-580.


(32)   Moore, J., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., Montague, J., et al, “Hybrid Friction-Impact Vibration Damper for
            Cryogenic Rotating Machinery,” AIAA J. Propulsion and Power, Vol. 13, No. 4, July 1997, pp. 495-
            501.

(33) Chinta, M., and Palazzolo, A., “Stability and Bifurcation of Rotor Motion in a Magnetic Bearing,” J. of Sound
           and Vibration, 1998, 214(5), 793-803.

(34) DeWeese, R., Palazzolo, A. and Chinta, M. and Kascak, A., “Magnetic Thrust Bearing Concepts: Tests and
         Analysis”, J. Intelligent Materials, Systems and Structures, Vol. 9, No. 2, Feb. 1998, pp. 81-86.

(35) Moore, J.J., and Palazzolo, A.B., “CFD Comparison to 3D Laser Anemometer and Rotordynamic Force
           Measurements for Grooved Liquid Annular Seals”, ASME J. of Tribology, Vol. 121, April 1999, pp.
           306-314.

(36)   Na, U.J. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Optimized Realization of Redundant Heteropolar Magnetic Bearings,” ASME
             J. of Vibrations, July 2000, Vol. 122, pp. 209-221.

(37) Lei, S., Palazzolo, A. and Kascak, A., “Nonlinear Fuzzy Logic Control for Forced Large Motions of Spinning
             Shafts.” J. of Sound and Vibrations, Vol. 235(3), 17 August 2000, pp. 435-449.

(38)   Na, U.J. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Fault Tolerance of a Magnetic Bearing Including Material Path Reluctances
             and Fringe Factors”, IEEE Journal for Magnetics, Nov. 2000, Vol. 36, No. 6.

(39)   Na, U.J., Palazzolo, A.B., “The Fault Tolerant Control of Magnetic Bearings with Reduced Controller
            Outputs”, ASME J. Dynamic Syst., Meas. and Controls, June 2001, Vol. 123, pp. 219-224.

(40) Moore, J.J. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Rotordynamic Force Prediction of Whirling Centrifugal Compressor Shroud
                 Passages Using Computational Fluid Dynamic Techniques,” ASME J. for Gas Turbines and
           Power, October         2001, Vol. 123.

(41) Pichot, M., Kajs, J., Murphy B., Ouroua, A., Rech, R., Hayes, R., Bens, J., Buckner, G. and Palazzolo, A.,
             “Active Magnetic Bearings for Energy Storage Systems for Combat Vehicles,” IEEE Transactions on
             Magnetics, Vol. 37, No. 1, January 2001, pp. 318-323.

(42) Kenny, A. and Palazzolo, A., “Comparison of the Dynamic Response of Radial and Tangential Magnetic Flux
           Thrust Bearings”, IEEE/ASME Trans. on Mechatronics, Vol. 7, No. 1, March 2002.

(43) Na, U.J., Provenza, A., Palazzolo, A.B., Montague, G. and Kascak, A., “Test and Theory Correlation Study
           for a Flexible Rotor on Fault-Tolerant Magnetic Bearings,” ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustic,
           124(3):359-366, Jul. 2002.

(44)   Kenny, A. and Palazzolo, A., “Single Plane Radial, Magnetic Bearings Biased with Poles Containing
            Permanent Magnets,” ASME J. of Mechanical Design, March 2003, Vol. 125, pp. 178-185.

(45)   Minihan, T., Lei, S., Sun, G. and Palazzolo, A., “Large Motion Tracking Control for Thrust Magnetic
            Bearings     With Fuzzy Logic, Sliding Mode, and Direct Linearization,” Journal of Sound and
            Vibration, 263 (2003), 549-567.

(46)    Sun, G., Palazzolo, A., Provenza, A. and Montague, G., “Detailed Ball Bearing Model for Magnetic
             Suspension Auxiliary Service”, J. of Sound and Vibration, Vol. 269, Issues 3-5, 22 January 2004, pp.
             933-963.

(47)   Kenny, A., Palazzolo, A., Montague, G. and Kascak, A., “Theory and Test Correlation for Laminate Stacking
            Factor Effect on Homopolar Magnetic Bearing Stiffness”, ASME J. of Engineering for Gas Turbines
            and Power, Vol. 126, January 2004, pp. 142-146.


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(48)      Li, Ming Hsiu, Palazzolo,A., Kenny, A., Provenza, A., Beach,R., Kascak,A., “Fault Tolerant Homopolar
              Magnetic Bearings”, IEEE Trans. On Magnetics, Vol. 40, No. 5, Sept. 2004, pp. 3308 – 3318.

(49)      Provenza, A., Montague, G., Jansen, M., Palazzolo, A., and Jansen, R., “High Temperature
             Characterization of a Radial Magnetic Bearing for Turbomachinery,” J. of Engineering for Gas
             Turbines and Power. , v 127, n 2, April, 2005, p 437-444




Publications: Peer Reviewed Archival Transactions
 (In Review)

(1)    Kenny, A. and Palazzolo, A., “A Nonlinear Magnetic Circuit Analysis of a Permanent Magnet Biased
             Homopolar Bearing,” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics.


(2)    Ming-Hsiu Li, Palazzolo,A.,Beach,Raymond, “Rotating Shaft Displacement Measurement With a Circular
             Array of Radial Sensors”, ASME J. Dynamic Systems, Measurement and Control , Technical Brief




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Book Contributions
Wang, B.P., Palazzolo, A.B. and Pilkey, U.D., “Reanalysis, Modal Synthesis and Dynamic Design,” a chapter in
       State of the Art Surveys on Finite Element Technology, edited by A.K. Noor and W.D. Pilkey, ASME
       Book No. H00290.

Palazzolo, A.B., Wang, B.P. and Pilkey, W.D., “Static Reanalysis Methods,” a chapter in Structural Mechanics
        Software, Vol. IV, edited by Perrone and Pilkey, University Press of Virginia, 1982.

Palazzolo, A.B., and Pilkey, W.D., “Eigensolution Extraction Methods,” a chapter in Finite Element Handbook,
        McGraw Hill, edited by Kardestuncer, 198



Peer Reviewed Conference Proceedings
Palazzolo, A.B. and Gunter, E.J., “Modal Balancing of a Multi-Phase Flexible Rotor Without Trial Weights,”
        ASME Paper No. 83-GT-267, presented at the 37th International Gas Turbine Conference, London,
        England, April 1982.

Smalley, A.J. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Crankshaft Stress and Deflection Relationships for Large Reciprocating
        Compressors,” 1984 Operating Section Proceedings, American Gas Association (AGA), Arlington,
        Virginia.

Palazzolo, A.B., Smalley, A.J. and Lifshits, A., “Recent Developments in Simulating Reciprocating Compressor
        Manifolds for Vibration Control,” ASME Paper No. 84-DET-179, ASME 10th Biennial Conference on
        Mechanical Vibration, Cincinnati, Ohio, September 1985.

Kascak, A., and Palazzolo, A., “Transient Rotor Dynamic Rub Phenomena; Theory and Test,” ASME Vibration
        Conference, 27-30 September 1987, Boston, MA, Rotating Machinery Dynamics DE-Vol.2, pp. 485-494.

Vance, J., Palazzolo, A. and Zeiden, F., “Electric Shaft Currents in Turbomachinery,” Proc. of 16th Turbomachinery
         Symposium, 27-29 October 1987, Dallas, TX, pp. 51-64, Texas A&M University.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Piezoelectric Pushers for Active Control of Rotating Machinery,” Fifth Workshop on
        Rotordynamic Instability, May 16-18, 1988, Texas A&M University, sponsored by NASA.

Seyed-Yagoobi, J., Gross, R. and Palazzolo, A., “Electrostatic Charge Building in Lubricating Channels of
       Turbomachinery,” Proc. 3rd International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating
       Machinery, Honolulu, April 1-4, 1990.

Kascak, A.F., Palazzolo, A., Lin, R.R., and Montague, G.T., “The Use of Piezoelectric Actuators for Active
        Vibration Suppression in Rotating Machinery,” Proc. 3rd International Symposium on Transport
        Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating Machinery, Honolulu, April 1-4, 1990.

Lin, R.R., Palazzolo, A.B., Kascak, A.F., and Montague, G.T., “Electromechanical Simulation of Actively
        Controlled Rotordynamic Systems with Piezoelectric Actuators,” 6th Workshop on Rotordynamic
        Instability, May 1990, Texas A&M University.

Nikolajsen, J.L. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Electromagnetic Force Application in Rotordynamic Research,”
        Electromagnetic Forces and Applications, edited by Tani and J. Elsevier, 1992, pp. 163-166.

Palazzolo, A.B., Locke, S., Calistrat, M., et al, “Gear Coupling Misalignment Induced Forces and Their Effects on
        Machinery Vibration,” Proc. 21st Turbomachinery Symposium (Sponsored by Texas A&M), Dallas, Texas,
        September 30, 1992, pp. 83-96.

Tang, P., Palazzolo, A.B., Brown, G., DiRusso, E., and Kascak, A., “An Electromechanical Simulation Method for
         Active Vibration Control of a Magnetic Bearing Supported Rotor,” ASME Paper No. 93-GT-382,
         presented at the International Gas Turbine and Aeroengine Congress and Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio,
         May 24-27, 1993.




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Jagannathan, S., Palazzolo, A.B., Kascak, A.F., and Montague, G.T., “Robust Controller Design for Active
        Vibration Control,” ASME Paper No. 93-GT-261, presented at the International Gas Turbine and
        Aeroengine Congress and Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 24-27, 1993.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Piezoelectric Actuator-Active Vibration Control of the Shaft Line for a Gas Turbine Engine
        Test Stand,” ASME Paper No.93-GT-262, presented at the International Gas Turbine and Aeroengine
        Congress and Exposition, Cincinnati, Ohio, May 24-27, 1993.

Kim, C., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Eddy Current Effects on the Stability of An Active Magnetic Bearing Levitated
        Rotor,” 1994 ASME Winter Annual Mtg., Active Control of Vibration Session ASME Book No. G00897,
        Chicago, Nov. 10, 1994.

Manchala, D., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Active Vibration Control of Transient Mass Imbalance in Rotating Machinery,”
       1994 ASME Winter Annual Mtg., Active Control of Vibration Session ASME Book No. G00897, Chicago,
       Nov. 10, 1994.

Moore, J.J. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Rotordynamic Force Predictions of Whirling Centrifugal Impeller Shroud
       Passages Using Computational Fluid Dynamics,” 99-GT-334, IGTI Conf. 6/10/99, Accepted for
       publication ASME J. of Tribology.

Kim, C., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Field Lag Effects on the Vibrations of Active Magnetic Bearing Levitated Rotors,”
        Proc. 4th Inter. Symp. Magnetic Bearings, pp. 231-238, ETH Zurich, Aug. 23, 1994.

Barrett, T., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., “Probabilistic Critical Speed Determination by Receptance Based
         Reanalysis”, Proc. of the 6th International Symposium on Transport Phenomena and Dynamics of Rotating
         Machinery, pp. 272-288, Honolulu, 3/96.

Chinta, M., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., “Quasiperiodic Vibration of a Rotor in a Magnetic Bearing With Geometric
        Coupling,” Proc. of the 5th Inter. Sym. on Magnetic Bearings, 3/96, Honolulu.

Kenny, Andrew, and Palazzolo, A., “A Nonlinear Magnetic Circuit Analysis of a Permanent Magnet Biased
       Homopolar Magnetic Bearing,” DETC99/VIB-8257, ASME Vibrations Conf., 9/12/99.

Na, U.J. and Palazzolo, A., “Optimized Realization of Fault Tolerant Heteropolar Magnetic Bearing,”
       DETC99/VIB-8258, ASME Vib. Conf. 1999.

Lei, S., Palazzolo, A.B. and Kascak, A.: Paper 1: “Nonlinear Fuzzy Logic Control for Magnetic Bearings in Large
         Tip Clearance Active Stall Control Approach”; Paper 2: “Fuzzy Logic Control of Magnetic Bearing for
         Suppression of Vibration due to Sudden Imbalance; Paper 3: “Synthesis and Design of Parameters for
         Catcher Bearings in a Magnetically Levitated Rotor System”. All in conf. proceedings of 6 th International
         Symposium on Magnetic Suspension Technology, Santa Barbara, 12/1-12/3/99

Kenny, A. and Palazzolo, A., “Linear and Nonlinear Analysis of Magnetic Bearing Bandwidth due to Eddy Current
        Limitations,” same conference as preceding citation.

Kajs, J., Buckner, G., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Control System for Inside Out Configuration Active Magnetic Bearing,”
          same conference as preceding citation.

Na, U.J. and Palazzolo, A., “Fault Tolerant, Decoupling Control of Magnetic Bearings Including Material Path
        Reluctance”, 7th Inter. Symp. on Magnetic Bearing, 8/23-8/25/2000, ETH Zurich.

Moore, J.J. and Palazzolo, A., “Rotordynamic Force Predictions of Whirling Centrifugal Impeller Shroud Passages
        using CFD”, 99-GT-334, IGTI Conf., 6/10/99.

Kenny, A., Palazzolo, A., Montague, G.T. and Kascak, A.F., “Theory and Test Correlation for Laminate Stacking
       Factor Effect on Homopolar Bearing Stiffness, IGTI Turbo Expo Conference,” Paper 2001-GT-0294, Also
       accepted for journal publication.




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Palazzolo, A., Kim, Y., Tucker, R., Na, U.J., Lei, S., Montague, G.T., Provenza, A., Kascak, A. and Lingefelter, N.,
        “Fail-Safe, High Temperature Magnetic Bearing for High Efficiency Gas Turbine Engine Applications,”
        IGTI Turbo Expo. Conf., Paper 2001-GT-0295.

Siebert, M., Ebihara, B., Jansen, R., Fusara, R.L., Kascak, A. and Kenny, A., “Passive Magnetic Bearing Flywheel,”
         36th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, July 2001.

Kenny, A., Provenza, A., Na, U.J., Palazzolo, A., Beach, R., Kascak, A., Montague, G.T., Kim, Y. and Lei, S.,
       “Novel Actuator for Magnetic Suspensions of Flywheel Batteries,” 36th Intersociety Energy Conversion
       Engineering Conference.

Na, U.J. and Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Fault Tolerant Control of Magnetic Bearings,” Proceedings of the 2001 ASME
         Design Engineering Technical Conferences, 18th Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise,
         September 9-12, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Na, U.J., Palazzolo, A.B. and Kascak, A.F., “Decoupling Control of Fault-Tolerant Magnetic Bearings,”
        International Symposium on Stability Control of Rotating Machinery, August 20-24, 2001, South Lake
        Tahoe, California.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Magnetic Suspensions for Flywheel Batteries,” Proc. 36th Intersoc. Energy Conversion Eng.
        Conf., ASME/AIAA/SAE, 07/29/01, Savannah, pp. 97-104.

Minihan, T. and Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Fail Safe, High Temperature Magnetic Bearings”, ASME Turbo Expo 2002,
        June 3-6, 2002, Amsterdam, Paper No. GT-2002-30595, pp. 1-10.

Kenny, A., Palazzolo, A., Provenza, A., “An Integrated Magnetic Circuit Model and Finite Element Model
       Approach to Magnetic Bearing Design”, Proc. 37th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conf.,
       ASME/AIAA/SAE, Washington, D.C., 2002.

Kim, Y., Palazzolo, A., Beach, R., Provenza, A., “Interaction Dynamics Between a Satellite and Onboard
       Magnetically Suspended Flywheel,” IECEC Intersociety Energy Conversion and Eng. Conf., Norfolk, VA.,
       August 03, 2003, AIAA paper No. 2003-6110.

Li, M., Palazzolo, A., Beach, R., Kascak, A., “Fault Tolerant Homopolar Magnetic Bearings,” AIAA Paper No.
         2003-6110, IECEC Intersociety Energy Conversion and Eng. Conf., Norfolk, VA., August 2003.

Provenza, A., Montague, G., Jansen, M., Palazzolo, A., “High Temperature Characterization of a Radial Magnetic
        Bearing for Turbomachinery,” IGTI Conference 2003, (2003-GT-38870).

M. Li, A. Palazzolo, A. Kenny, R. Beach, A. Provenza, A. Kascak “Fault Tolerant Homopolar Magnetic Bearings”,
        AIAA-2004-5625 , 2nd International Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, Providence, Rhode
        Island, Aug. 16-19, 2004

Jansen, M., Montague, G., Provenza, A., Palazzolo, A., “High Speed, High Temperature, Fault Tolerant Operation
        of a Combination Magnetic-Hydrostatic Bearing Rotor Support System for Turbomachinery”, ASME
        GT2004-53321, March 2004




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Other Conference Publications
Lin, R.R., Palazzolo, A.B., Alexander, R.M., Gerhold C.H., “Beam Modifications of Structural Systems Utilizing
        the Receptance Approach with Static Flexibility,” 5th International Modal Analysis Conference, London,
        April 6-9, 1987.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Use of Piezoelectric Actuators in Active Vibration Control of Rotating Machinery,” SPIE
        Vol. 1307-30, Orlando, Florida, April 16-20, 1990.

Palazzolo, A.B., Kascak, A.F., Olan, E., Ibrahim, E., “Vibration Dampers for Cryogenic Turbomachinery,” 1990
        Conference on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion, NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama, May
        15-17, 1990.

Palazzolo, A.B., Kascak, A.F., Gadangi, R., Moore, J., and Olan, E., “Cryogenic Damper Test Facility and Curved
        Plate Damper Results,” 1992 Conference on Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Technology,
        NASA/Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama, May 19-21, 1992.

Palazzolo, A.B., Tang, P., et al, “Electromechanical Simulation and Test of Rotating Systems with Magnetic
        Bearing or Piezoelectric Actuator Active Vibration Control,” presented at (1) 2nd International Symposium
        on Magnetic Suspension Technology, sponsored by NASA

Langley, Seattle, Washington, August 11-13, 1993 and (2) MAG 93 - Magnetic Bearings Conference, sponsored by
        the University of Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia, July 29-30, 1993.

Manchala, D., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., et al, “In Operation Detection and Correction of Rotor Imbalance in Jet
       Engines Using Active Vibration Control,” SAE '94 Aerospace Atlantic, Dayton, Ohio, April 18-22, 1994,
       Paper No. 941151.

Kim, C., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., “Field Lag Effects on the Vibrations of Active Magnetic Bearing Levitated
        Rotors,” 4th International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings, Aug. 1994, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland.

Palazzolo, A., Venkataraman, B., Ryan, S., Funston, K., “Liquid Annular Seal Research,” Fourth Seals Code
        Development Workshop, NASA Lewis, June 14-15, 1995.

Kim, C., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., Brown, G., Provenza, A., Montague, G., “Eddy Current Model for 1D Magnetic
         Bearing Simulations,” Proceedings of MAG 95, Technomic Pub., 8/11/95, pp. 343-352.

Chinta, M., Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., “Quasiperiodic Vibration of a Rotor in a Magnetic Bearing with Geometric
        Coupling,” Proc. of the 5th International Symposium on Magnetic Bearings, 3/96, Honolulu.

Palazzolo, A., et al., “Magnetic Bearing Development for Support of Satellite Flywheels,” 3rd Conf. on the
        Commercial Development of Space, AIP, Albuquerque, 1998.

Havelka, D., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Flywheel Magnetic Bearing Field Simulation with Motion Induced Eddy
        Currents,” 3rd Conf. on the Commercial Development of Space, AIP, Albuquerque, 1998.

Palazzolo, et al, “Magnetic Suspensions for Quiet Electric Drive Propulsion,” 3 rd Annual Symposium on Electrical
        Machines, Philadelphia, P.A. 12/4 - 12/7/00.

Kenny, A., Palazzolo, A., Beach, R., “Power Losses in Magnetic Bearings Controlled by High Frequency Switching
        Power Amps,” Aerospace Power and Electronics Simulation Workshop, Oct. 8, 2003, Cleveland State
        University, Ohio.




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Conference Presentations
Padavala, S., Palazzolo, A., Ryan, S. and Vallely, P., “A New Dynamic Analysis for Cryogenic Liquid Annular
        Seals with Variable Fluid Properties,” Soc. Trib. & Lub. Eng. (STLE) 49th Annual Meeting, May 1-5,
        1994, Pittsburgh, PA.

Palazzolo, A., Kascak, A., Brown, G., Earhart, et al, “Impact and Impact/Friction Dampers For Cryogenic
        Turbopump Vibration Suppression,” 1994 Advanced Earth-to-Orbit Propulsion Conference, NASA
        Marshall Space Flight Center, May 17-19, 1994.


Other Publications
Palazzolo, A. B., “Combine Computer Simulation and Field Testing to Solve Problems,” Hydrocarbon Processing,
        May 1986, pp. 59-62.

Kascak, A. F., Palazzolo, A. B., “Piezoelectric Pushers Suppress Vibrations,” NASA Tech. Briefs, 1989.

Montague, G., Kascak, A., Palazzolo, A., Manchala, D., Thomas, E., “Feed Forward Control of Gear Mesh
       Vibration Using Piezoelectric Actuators,” NASA TM 106366, Army Research Lab ARL-TR-416, May
       1994.

Radil, K., and Palazzolo, A., “Influence of Temperature and Impact Velocity on the Coefficient of Restitution,”
        NASA TM 106485, ARL-MR-135, July 1994.

Kascak, A. Montague, G., Palazzolo, A., et al, “Active Vibration Dampers for Rotating Machinery,” NASA Tech
        Briefs, October 1994, pp. 93 & 94.

Kiraly, J., Kascak, A., Montague, G., Palazzolo, A., Manchala, D., “Dual Actuator Active Vibration Control,”
         NASA Tech Briefs, December 1994, pp.74.

Montague, G., Jansen, M., Provenza, A., Jansen, R., Ebihara, B., Palazzolo, A., “Room Temperature
       Characterization of a Magnetic Bearing for Turbomachinery,” NASA/TM-2002-211904, ARL-TR-2858.

Palazzolo, A.B., “High Temperature Coils for Electromagnetic,” 10/03/02, NASA Tech Briefs..

Montague, G., Jansen, M., Palazzolo, A., et al, July 03. “Design and Fabrication of High Temperature, Radial
       Magnetic Bearing for Turbomachinery,” NASA Technical MEMO (NASA/TM-2003-212300), Army
       Research Lab Technical Report (ARL-TR-2954).

Jansen, M., Montague, G., Provenza, A., Palazzolo, A., “High Speed, High Temperature, Fault Tolerant Operation
        of a Combination Magnetic-Hydrostatic Bearing Rotor Support System for Turbomachinery”, NASA
        Technical MEMO (NASA/TM 2004-212952), Army Research Lab Technical Report (ARL-TR-3156),
        ASME GT2004-53321, March 2004.

Jansen, M., Montague, G., Provenza, A., Palazzolo, A., “High Speed, High Temperature, Fault Tolerant Operation
        of a Combination Magnetic-Hydrostatic Bearing Rotor Support System for Turbomachinery”, NASA
        Technical MEMO (NASA/TM 2004-212952), Army Research Lab Technical Report (ARL-TR-3156)

Hsiu-Li, Ming, Palazzolo,A. and Provenza,A. ,"Adaptive Control for the Magnetic Suspension of an Energy Storage
         Flytwheel", AIAA GNC Conference , San Francisco, Aug. 2005



Public Domain Software
SARBS - Electromechanical Simulation of Active Rotor Bearing Systems (LEW-15955). COSMIC.


Thesis and Dissertations



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Palazzolo, A.B., “Methods of Modal and Influence Coefficient Balancing with Application to a Three Mass Bowed
        Rotor,” Master's Thesis, University of Virginia, August 1977.

Palazzolo, A.B., “Vibrations of Locally Modified Mechanical and Structural Systems,” Ph.D. Dissertation,
          University of Virginia, January 1981.



Reports (University)
Gunter, E.J., Barrett, L.B., Palazzolo, A.B., and Allaire, P.E., “The Dynamic Analysis of the Space Shuttle Main
        Engine - High Pressure Fuel Turbopump, Part III - Linearized Stability Analysis,” Report No.
        UVA/528140/ME76/104, September 1976.

Gunter, E.J., Allaire, P.E., Barret, L.B., Nicholas, J.C., Palazzolo, A.B., and Li, D.F., “Selected Papers on Field
        Balancing of Rotating Machinery Advanced Theory and Techniques,” Report No.
        UVA/464761/MAE78/149, March 1978.

Palazzolo, A.B., and Gunter, E.J., “Theory of Plotting Non-Planar Rotor Response In Three Dimensions And The
        Manual For Program D3Plot,” Report No. UVA/464761/MAE80/173, May 1980.

Palazzolo, A.B., and Gunter, E.J., “Field Measurement and Analysis of Structural Vibrations Related To Rotating
        Machinery,” Report No. UVA/643078/MAE80/101, May 1980.

Palazzolo, A.B., and Lin, R.R., “Active Control of Transient Rotor Vibration”, Progress Report to NASA Lewis,
        RF- 5648, May 1987.

Palazzolo, A.B., and Earles, L., “Tilt Pad Bearing Effects on Rotordynamic Stability,” TAMU-TRC Report TRC-
        RD-87-2, April 1987.

Vance, J., Palazzolo, A., Naquin, J., and Zeidan, F., “Measured Breakdown Voltages in Bearing Oil Film,” TAMU-
         TRC Report TRC-ESC-87-1, April 1987.

Zeidan, F., Wheeler, K., Bennet, B., Zierer, J., Palazzolo, A., and Vance, J., “Shaft Currents Research Report,”
        TAMU-TRC Report TRC-ESC-1-88, April, 1988.

Earles, L. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Tilt Pad Bearing Effects on Rotordynamic Stability,” TAMU- TRC Report TRC-
         RD-3-88, April, 1988.

Clark, R., Jr. and Palazzolo, A., “Gear Coupling Effects on Rotordynamics,” TAMU-TRC Report TRC-RD-1-88,
        April, 1988.

Palazzolo, A.B. and Lin, R.R., “Active Vibration Control of Rotor Bearing Systems,” TAMU- TRC Report TRC-
        AVC-1-88, April, 1988.

Earles, L. and Palazzolo, A., “Tilt Pad Bearing Effects on Rotordynamic Stability,” TAMU-TRC, May 1989.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Shaft Currents Research Report,” TAMU-TRC (TRC-ESC-5-89, #408, May 1989), (TRC-
        ESD-1-90, #409, May 1990).

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Coupling Effects on Rotordynamics,” TAMU-TRC, (TRC-RD-5-89, #222, May 1989),
        (TRC-B&C-1-90, #1001, May 1990).

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Active Vibration Control of Rotorbearing Systems,” (TAMU-TRC, May 1989),(TRC-AVC-
        1-90, #804, May 1990).

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Shaft Currents Damage Prevention,” TRC-ESC-1-91, #410, April 1991.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Coupling Effects on Rotating Machinery Vibration,” TRC-B&C-1-91, #1003, April 1991.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Active Control of Rotordynamic Vibration,” TRC-AVC-1-91, #805, April 1991.


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Palazzolo, A.B., and Kim, J., “Fluid Film Bearing Simulation,” TRC-RD-3-91, #225, April 1991.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Active Control of Rotordynamic Vibration,” TRC-AVC-1-92, #806, April 1992.

Palazzolo, A.B., et al, “Coupling Effects on Rotating Machinery Vibration,” TRC-B&C-2-92, #1006, April 1992.

Kim, J. and Palazzolo, A., “Fluid Film Bearing Simulation,” TRC-RD-4-92, #229, April 1992.

Palazzolo, A., et al, “Coupling Testing and Analysis,” April 94, TRC-B&C-1-94, #1010.

Gadangi, R., Palazzolo, A., “Fluid Film Bearing Simulation,” April 1994, TRC-RD-4-94, #237.

Vickery, J., Allen, B. and Palazzolo, A., “Coupling Effects on Rotating Machinery Vibration,” TRC B&C-1-95,
        May 1995.

Venkataraman, B., Gadangi, R., Palazzolo, A., “Fluid Film Bearing Simulation,” TRC Report, May 1995.




Reports (Industrial)

“Finite Element Simulation Study for Growths, Clearance Changes and Rubs in NITRAM's C3102 GHH Tail Gas
         Expander,” Palazzolo, A.B., and Danielson, K., October 27, 1992, for John O'Donnell of DeWolf, Ward,
         O'Donnell and Hoofman, Orlando, Florida.

“Active Magnetic Bearing Auxiliary Systems,” Palazzolo, A., McElhaney, J., Noah, S., 4/95, for Wright Patterson
        AFB.

                                   SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INSTITUTE

“Polyethylene Compressor Turning Gear Support Spoke Failure,” Simmons, H.R. and Palazzolo, A.B., January 29,
        1982, for Ron Ware of U.S. Industrial Chemical Company, Deer Park, Texas.

(4)     “Finite Element Modeling of the A-Module Drilling Deck,” Palazzolo, A.B., April 26, 1982, for EXXON,
        Santa Barbara, California.

(5)     “SLI Compressors and Supporting Structure,” Hondo Platform “A”, Palazzolo, A.B., Evans, B.F., and
        Pantermuehl, P.J., July 21, 1982, for EXXON Company, USA, Santa Barbara California.
(6)     “Power Bark Boiler (PBB) ID Fan and Turbine Vibration Study,” Palazzolo, A.B. and MacKay, J.M.,
        August 16, 1982, for Jerry Lowe of International Paper Company, Natchez, Mississippi.

(7)     “36 Rotary Lobe Gas Pump Stress Analysis,” Smalley, A.J and Palazzolo, A.B., November 12, 1982, for
        Dresser-Roots, Connersville, Indiana.

(8)     “Compressor Manifold Vibration Control,” Palazzolo, A.B., Dube, J.C., Damewood, G. and Bates, C.L.,
        May 25, 1983, for Southern Natural Gas Company, Elmore and Gallion Stations, Clark TCV-10
        Compressors.

(9)     “Compressor Manifold Vibration Control Clark TCV-10,” Palazzolo, A.B., Dube, Jr., J.C., Damewood, G.
        and Jurena, J.H., June 27, 1983, for Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, (Station No. 307, Bldg. A).

(10)    “Vermilion Block 245 Vent System Mechanical Simulation,” Palazzolo, A.B., August 18, 1983, for
        Columbia Gulf Transmission Company, Houston, Texas.

(11)    “Vibration Study for the Platform Harvest Vapor Recovery Compressors 336-K-201-A/B,” Palazzolo,
        A.B., Schlameus, R.A. and Bay, L., May 17, 1984, for TEXACO, USA, Santa Fe, California.


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(12)    “Vibration Study for the Platform Harvest Gas Injection Compressor 336-K-202,” Palazzolo, A.B.,
        Schlameus, R.A. and Bay, L., May 24, 1984, for TEXACO, USA, Santa Fe, California.

(13)    “Residual Heat Removal Pump/Motor/Support Vibration Analysis,” Evans, B.F. and Palazzolo, A.B.,
        October 29, 1984, for Union Electric Company, Callaway NPP/Fulton, Missouri.

(14)    “Stress Analysis of the Aberdeen Plant Polymerization Reactors,” Palazzolo, A.B., December 31, 1984, for
        Vista Chemical Company, Aberdeen, Mississippi.

                                     BENTLY NEVADA CORPORATION

(15)    “Vibration Analysis on East Chlorine Compression Train: 125-020-37,” Palazzolo, A.B., November 18,
        1977, for Terry Hernandez of Mobay Chemical Company, Baytown, Texas.

(16)    “Ammonia and UREA Plants 1977 Pre-turnaround Vibration Analysis,” Palazzolo, A.B., January 3, 1978,
        for Johnny McMahon of AGRICO Chemical Company, Blytheville, Arkansas.

(17)    “Vibration Analysis on the Gas Turbine Driver of Unit No. 1, 60 MW Generator,” Palazzolo, A.B. and
        Eisenmann, R.C., February 22, 1978, for Hermann Ernst of Brown Boveri Turbomachinery Inc. (formerly:
        Turbodyne), St. Cloud, Minnesota, Machinery Location: Southern California Edison.

(18)    “Vibration Analysis on Plant 5 - Nitrogen Recycle Compressor and Cooling Tower Pumps,” Palazzolo,
        A.B., March 22, 1978, for Union Carbide Company Linde Division, Deer Park, Texas.

(19)    “Vibration Analysis on Unit 1 - 680 MW Turbine Generator Train,” Palazzolo, A.B., March 24, 1978, for
        Jack Shea of Northeast Utilities, Hartford, Connecticut.

(20)    Cavitation Test on Raw Sewage Pumps: 3 and 1,” Palazzolo, A.B., April 21, 1978, for Jim Manatt of Reno
        Sparks Joint Sewage Treatment Plant, Sparks, Nevada.

(21)    “Trim Balance and Analysis of Primary Reformer Induced Draft Fan Train: 101BJ,” Palazzolo, A.B. and
        Eisenmann, R.C., May 1, 1978, for Steve Thomas of Camex, Inc., Borger, Texas.

(22)    “Vibration Analysis on South Freon Compression Train: 711,” Palazzolo, A.B., May 8, 1978, for Mike
        Scheele of Pfizer Chemical Company, Southport, North Carolina.

(23)   “Vibration Analysis on Propylene Compression Train: K1,” Palazzolo, A.B., June 5, 1978, for Steve Cook
       of Arco Polymers, Deer Park, Texas.




Computer Program Manuals
Earles, L. and Palazzolo, A.B., “Static and Dynamic Properties of Fluid Film Bearing-Manual for Journal 1.FOR,”
         1990.

Earles, L., and Palazzolo, A.B., “Static and Dynamic Properties of Tilt Pad Bearings-Manual for Beam 2D.FOR,
         Flexpad1.FOR, and Assemble F.FOR,” May 1990.

Earles, L., and Palazzolo, A.B., “Dynamic Analysis of Rotors on Five-Pad Tilting Pad Bearings- Manual for
         ROTOR5.FOR, and Assemble F.FOR,” July 1990.




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References
Professor Michael M. Khonsari- Dow Chemical           Albert F. Kascak
          Endowed Chair and Professor                          Senior Research Scientist
          Department of Mechanical Engineering                 NASA Lewis Research Center, MS 49-8
          Louisiana State University                           21,000 Brookpark Rd.
          Baton Rouge, LA 70803-641                            Cleveland, Ohio 44135
          Tel: (225) 578-9192                                  (216) 433-6024
          Fax: (225) 578-592
          Email: khonsari@me.lsu.edu

Professor Keith Rouch                                 George Stefko
        University of Kentucky                                Chief, Dynamics Branch of Structures Division
        Mechanical Engineering                                NASA Lewis Research Center, MS 49-8
        521 CRMS Bldg. 0108                                   21,000 Brookpark Rd.
        Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0108                        Cleveland, Ohio 44135
        (859) 257-6476                                        (216) 433-6013
        rouch@engr.uky.edu


Dr. Steve Ryan                                        Professor Edgar J. Gunter
         NASA MSFC                                            Dept. of Mechanical, Aerospace & Nuclear
         ED14, Bldg. 4487                                     Engineering
         Huntsville, Alabama 35812                            University of Virginia
         (205) 544-1467                                       Thornton Hall, McCormick Road
                                                              Charlottesville, Virginia 22903-2442
                                                              (804) 924-6214

Professor Mike Adams                                  Professor Walter D. Pilkey
        Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering           Dept. of Mechanical, Aerospace & Nuclear
        Case Western Reserve University                       Engineering
        Glennan Building, Room 417                            University of Virginia
        10900 Euclid Avenue                                   122 Engineer’s Way, PO Box 400746
        Cleveland, Ohio 44106-7222                            Charlottesville, Virginia 22904-4746
        (216) 368-6449                                        (434) 924-3291
        (216) 368-6445 Fax                                    wdp@virginia.edu
        mla5@mae.cwru.edu

Raymond Beach
      Program Manager
      NASA Glenn Space Power Division
      MS 301-5
      21,000 Brookpark Rd.
      Cleveland, Ohio 44135
      (216) 433-5320




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