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Curtin University, Australia (Department of Mechanical Engineering)

Address: Kent ST, Bentley
URL: http://www.curtin.edu.au/

Mikail Lumentut

Position: Researcher
E-Mail: m.lumentut [AT] exchange.curtin.edu.au

After completing BE degree in Engineering Mechanics with Cum Laude (high distinction), Mikail Lumentut moved to Australia to continue his higher degrees under prestigious scholarships. In 2006, he received the M.Phil degree in the numerical methods of smart structures and followed by the Ph.D degree in 2011 focusing on the electromechanical system dynamics from Curtin University of Technology, Australia. Since November 2010, he has been a research academic in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University of Technology working on the electromechanical piezoelectric energy harvesters for powering smart wireless sensor devices in applications of health condition monitoring of rotating machinery and structures and defence communication technology. His research career has largely focused on the mathematical, numerical and experimental techniques of the mechanics of smart material and structure, vibration, structural dynamic and finite element analysis, particularly piezoelectric-based structure models and micropower harvesting technology. He also developed his own MATLAB codes for simulating the electromechanical finite element analysis and controlling Data Acquisition device for dynamic measurements.

Relevant Publications

Mikail Lumentut, (2012) Analytical techniques for broadband multielectromechanical piezoelectric bimorph beams with multifrequency power harvesting . In: IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, November 2012, pp. 2555 - 2568 .

Mikail Lumentut, (2011) Analytical modeling of self-powered electromechanical piezoelectric bimorph beams with multidirectional excitation. In: International Journal of Smart and Nano Materials, 09 Aug 2011, pp. 134-175.

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