Civil Engineering

James E. Doane

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Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Ph.D, University of Louisville

Koch Center Room 274
812-488-2211
jd229@evansville.edu

Dr. Doane is an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Evansville.

Spring 2013 Courses:

  • ME 197: Integrated Design I
  • ME 318: Manufacturing Methods
  • ME 448: Mechanical Vibrations

Education:

  • PhD in Mechanical Engineering, University of Louisville
  • MS in Mechanical Engineering, University of South Carolina
  • BS in Mechanical Engineering, University of Southern Indiana

Experience:

  • Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering Department, Indiana Institute of Technology
  • Instructor, Exercise Physiology & Mechanical Engineering Departments, University of Louisville
  • Research Assistant, Biomechanics Laboratory, University of Louisville
  • Research Assistant, Laboratory for Active Materials and Smart Structures, University of South Carolina
  • Design Engineer, Carolina Engineering and Conveyor, Wando SC
  • Structural Design Engineer, Frontier Kemper Constructors, Evansville IN
  • Design Engineer, C. Gott and Associates Engineering, Evansville IN

Specialty Areas:

  • Biomechanics
  • Advanced Dynamics
  • Structural Vibrations
  • Structural Analysis

Professional Memberships:

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Publications

Publications

Lin B, Giurgiutiu V, Pollock P, Xu B , Doane J, (2010) “Durability and Survivability of Piezoelectric Wafer Active Sensors on Metallic Structures”, AIAA Journal, 48:3:635-643

Doane JE, Quesada PM, (2009) “A New Method for Estimating Subject Specific Body Segment Parameters Using Motion Tracking Data”, Theoretical Issues in the Ergonomic Sciences, 10:1:69-76

Doane JE, Quesada PM, “Optimization Method to Estimate Subject Specific Body Segment Parameters”, GCMAS Annual Conference, April 2008, Richmond, VA

Quesada PM, Doane JE, Swank AM, Topp RV, “Traditional VS Continuous Gait Data Collection”, GCMAS Annual Conference, April 2008, Richmond, VA

Quesada PM, Doane JE, Swank AM, Topp RV, “Sit-to-stand Compensations in Knee OA Patients Prior to TKA”, GCMAS Annual Conference, April 2008, Richmond, VA

Quesada PM, Doane JE, Swank AM, Topp RV, “Traditional VS Continuous Data Collection for Gait Analysis”, ASB 2007 Annual Conference, August 2007, San Francisco, CA

Quesada PM, Doane JE, Swank AM, Angeli CA, Nyland J, Topp RV, “Post TKA Effects of Prehabilitation on Standing Knee Kinetics”, ASB 2007 Annual Conference, August 2007, San Francisco, CA

Doane JE, Quesada PM, Topp R, Swank AM, Nyland J, “Standard Gait Analysis Parameter Comparison from First Walking Trial to Steady State Walking Trials”, Research Louisville 2006, October 2006, Louisville, KY

Quesada PM, Doane JE, Swank AM, Angeli C, Nyland J, Topp R, “Post TKA Effects of Prehabilitationon on Standing Knee Kinetics” Research Louisville 2006, October 2006, Louisville, KY

Quesada PM, Doane JE, Biton D, Angeli CA, Topp RV, “Prehabilitation Effects on Standing Knee Kinetics Prior to TKA”, Joint ESMAC and GCMAS Meeting, September 2006, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Doane JE, Quesada PM, “Subject Specific Body Segment Parameter Estimation Using 2D Work and Energy Principles”, Joint ESMAC and GCMAS Meeting, September 2006, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Doane JE, Quesada PM, “An Initial Investigation of Subject Specific Body Segment Parameter Estimation Using 2D Work and Energy Principles”, ASME Summer Bioengineering Conference, June 2006, Amelia Island, FL