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Robert L. Jackson

Associate Professor

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Auburn University

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology,

Thesis Title: The Wear and Thermo-elastohydrodynamic Behavior of Thrust

Washer Bearings Under Non-Axisymmetric Loads

Major: Friction, Lubrication and Wear Minor: Dynamics and Vibrations

Advisor: Itzhak Green

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology Appointments Auburn University – Department of Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor, Oct. 2009-current Description: Education and research in Mechanical Engineering, specifically multi- scale tribology and machine design.

Auburn University – Department of Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor, July 2004-Oct. 2009 The Center for Surface Engineering and Tribology – Georgia Institute of Technology Graduate Research Assistant, 1998-2004 Description: Design, maintenance and operation of thrust washer bearing test rig.

Construction and implementation of numerical simulation of thrust washer bearing system.

Georgia Institute of Technology – The Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Research Position, Summer 1997 Raytheon E-Systems Communications Division Engineering Intern, Summer 1996 1 Achievements 2011 ASME Burt L. Newkirk Award for notable contributions to the field of Tribology as indicated by significant publications before reaching the age of 40.

2009 Erle Shobert Prize Paper Award at the 55th IEEE Holm Conference on Electrical Contacts for Jackson, R. L., Malucci, R. D., Angadi, S., Polchow, J. R., A Simplified Model of Multiscale Electrical Contact Resistance and Comparison to Existing Closed Form Models, The 55th IEEE Holm Conference on Electrical Contacts, Vancouver, BC, Canada, September 14-16, 2009.

2009 STLE Hunt Award: Best paper published in the field of lubrication for Jackson, R. L., Green, I., The Thermoelastic Behavior of Thrust Washer Bearings Considering Boundary Lubrication, Asperity Contact and Thermoviscous Effects, 2008, Trib. Trans, 51, 1, pp. 19–32.

2009 Best Reviewer for the ASME Journal of Tribology 2008 Best Reviewer for the ASME Journal of Tribology Selected as author for chapter in new Encyclopedia of Tribology.

NSF Fellowship – NSF Summer Institute on Science Fundamentals for Nano-and Bio- Mechanics of Materials, July 2006 NSF Fellowship – Nanomechanics Summer Short Course on Nanocoatings, July 2004 2007 Marquis Who’s Who in America 2006 Auburn Undergraduate Research Fellowship - Christine Taylor.

2008 NSF-CMMI CAREER Proposal Writing Workshop Attendee Eagle Scout 2001 Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Pi Tau Sigma Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society

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1. Ibrahim Dickey, R., Jackson, R. L., Flowers, G. T. Measurement of Static Friction Coefficients and Comparison to Theoretical Models, Accepted to J. of Tribol., Trans. ASME.

2. Angadi, S., Jackson, R. L., Choe, S.-Y., Flowers, G. T., Lee, B.-Y., Zhong, L.., A Multi-physics Finite Element Model of a 40A Automotive Connector including Multiscale Rough Surface Contact, Accepted to J. of Electronic Packaging, Trans. ASME.

3. Fu, R., Choe, S.-Y., Jackson, R. L., Flowers, G. T. Bozack, M., Zhong, L., Kim, D., Experimental Study of the Vibration-induced Fretting of Silver-plated High Power Automotive Connectors, Accepted to IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies.

4. Dawkins, J. J., Jackson. R. L., Bevly, D. M., Fractal Terrain Generation for Vehicle Simulation, Accepted to International Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems.

5. Shah, S., Krithivasan, V., Jackson, R. L., An Electro-mechanical Contact Analysis of a Three-Dimensional Sinusoidal Surface against a Rigid Flat, 2011, Wear, 270, 11-12, pp. 914-921.

6. Marghitu, D.,! Cojocaru, D., Jackson, R. L. Elasto-Plastic Impact of a Rotating Link with a Massive Surface, 2011, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 53, 4, pp. 309-315.

7. Jackson, R. L., Green. I., On the Modeling of Elastic Contact Between Rough Surfaces, 2011, Trib. Trans., 54, 2, pp. 300 – 314.

8. Kim, S. J., Dean, R., Jackson, R. L., Flowers, G., An Investigation of the Damping Effects of Various Gas Environments on a Vibratory MEMS Device, 2011, Tribology International, 44, 2, pp. 125-133.

9. H. Wang, M. Zou, R. L. Jackson, P. R. Larson, M. B. Johnson, Nanoindentation Modeling of a Nanodot-Patterned Surface on a Deformable Substrate, 2010, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 47, 22-23, pp. 3203-3213.

10. Wadwalkar, S. S., Jackson, R. L., Kogut, L., A Study of The Elastic Plastic Deformation of Heavily Deformed Spherical Contacts, 2010, IMechE Part J, Journal of Engineering Tribology, 224, pp. 1091-1102.

11. Goedecke, A., Jackson, R. L., Mock, R., Asperity Creep under Constant Force Boundary Conditions, 2010, Wear, 268, 11-12, pp. 1285-1294.

12. Jackson, R. L., A Scale Dependent Simulation of Liquid Lubricated Textured Surfaces, 2010, ASME J. Trib., 132, 2, pp. 022001.

13. Jackson, R. L., An Analytical Solution to an Archard-type Fractal Rough Surface Contact Model, 2010, STLE Trib. Trans., 53, 4, pp.543 - 553.





14. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., Marghitu, D., Predicting the Coefficient of Restitution of Impacting Elastic-Perfectly Plastic Spheres, 2010, Nonlinear Dynamics, 60, 3, pp. 217–229.

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15. Wilson, W. E., Angadi, S. V., Jackson, R. L., Surface Separation and Contact Resistance Considering Sinusoidal Elastic-Plastic Multi-Scale Rough Surface Contact, 2010, Wear, 268, 1-2, pp. 190-201.

16. Singh, R. A., Yoon, E.-S., Jackson, R. L., Biomimetics: The science of imitating nature, 2009, Tribology & Lubrication Technology, 65, 2, pp. 40-47.

17. Streator, J. L., Jackson, R. L., A Model for the Liquid-Mediated Collapse of 2-D Rough Surfaces, 2009, Wear, 267, 9-10, pp. 1436-1445.

18. Angadi, S. V., Jackson, R. L., Choe, S.-Y., Flowers, G. T., Suhling, J. C., Chang, Y.-K., Ham, J.-K., Reliability and Life Study of Hydraulic Solenoid Valve - Part 1 - A Multi-physics Finite Element Model, 2009, Engineering Failure Analysis, 16, 3, pp. 874-887.

19. Angadi, S. V., Jackson, R. L., Choe, S.-Y., Flowers, G. T., Suhling, J. C., Chang, Y.-K., Ham, J.-K., Bae, J.-I., Reliability and Life Study of Hydraulic Solenoid Valve - Part 2 - Experimental Study, 2009, Engineering Failure Analysis, 16, 3, pp. 944-963.

20. Duvvuru, R. S., Jackson, R. L., Hong, J. W., Self-adapting Micro Scale Surface Grooves For Hydrodynamic Lubrication, 2009, Trib. Trans., 52, 1, pp.1-11.

21. Jackson, R. L., Krithivasan, V., Wilson, W. E., The Pressure to Cause Complete Contact between Elastic Plastic Sinusoidal Surfaces, 2008, IMechE J. of Eng.

Trib., 222, 7, pp. 857-863.

22. Jackson, R. L., Bhavnani, S. H., Ferguson, T. P., A Multi-scale Model of Thermal Contact Resistance between Rough Surfaces, 2008, J. of Heat Transfer, Trans. ASME, 130, 8, pp. 081301.

23. Mahajan, M., Jackson, R. L., Flowers, G. T., Experimental and Analytical Investigation of a Dynamic Gas Squeeze Film Bearing, 2008, Trib. Trans., 51, 1, pp. 57-67.

24. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., The Thermoelastic Behavior of Thrust Washer Bearings Considering Boundary Lubrication, Asperity Contact and Thermoviscous Effects, 2008, Trib. Trans, 51, 1, pp. 19–32.

25. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., An Experimental Investigation of Various Materials on Thrust Washer Bearing Operation, 2007, IMechE Part J, 221, 7 pp. 761-770.

26. Krithivasan, V., Jackson, R. L., An Analysis of Three-Dimensional ElastoPlastic Sinusoidal Contact, 2007, Tribology Letters, 27, 1, pp. 31-43.

27. Almeida, L., Ramadoss, R., Jackson, R. L., Ishikawa, K., Yu, Q., Laterally

actuated multi-contact MEMS Relay fabricated using MetalMUMPS process:

Experimental Characterization and Multiscale Contact Modeling, 2007, J.

Micro/Nanolith. MEMS MOEMS, 6, 2, 023009.

28. Jackson, R. L., Kogut, L., Electrical Contact Resistance Theory for Anisotropic Conductive Films Considering Electron Tunneling and Particle Flattening, 2007, IEEE Transactions on Components and Packaging Technologies, 30, 1, pp. 59Jackson, R. L., Duvvuru, R. S., Meghani, H., Mahajan, M., An Analysis of Elasto-plastic Sliding Spherical Asperity Interaction, 2007, Wear, 262, 1-2, pp.

210-219.

30. Jackson, R. L., Streator, J. L., A Multiscale Model for Contact between Rough Surfaces, 2006, Wear, 261, 11-12, pp. 1337-1347.

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31. Jackson, R. L., Self Adapting Mechanical Step Bearings for Variations in Load, 2005, Tribology Letters, 20, 1, pp. 11-20.

32. Jackson, R. L., The Effect of Scale Dependant Hardness on Elasto-plastic Asperity Contact between Rough Surfaces, 2006, Trib. Trans., 49, 2, pp.135Almeida, L., Jackson, R., Ramadoss, R., Ishikawa, K., Yu, Q., Study of the electrical contact resistance of multi-contact MEMS relays fabricated using the MetalMUMPs process, 2006, J. Micromech. Microeng., 16, 7, pp. 1189-1194.

34. Kim, D., Jackson, R. L., Green, I., Experimental Investigation of Thermal and Hydrodynamic Effects on Radial Grooved Thrust Washer Bearings, 2006, Trib.

Trans. 49, 2, pp.192-201.

35. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., The Behavior of Thrust Washer Bearings Considering Mixed Lubrication and Asperity Contact, 2006, Trib. Trans., 49, 2, pp.233-247.

36. Jackson, R. L., Kogut, L., A Comparison of Flattening and Indentation Approaches for Contact Mechanics Modeling of Single Asperity Contacts, 2006, J. of Tribol., Trans. ASME, 128, 1, pp. 209-212.

37. Kogut, L., Jackson, R. L., A Comparison of Elastic Contact Modeling Utilizing Statistical and Fractal Approaches, 2006, J. of Tribol., Trans. ASME, 128, 1, pp.

213-217.

38. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., 2005, A Finite Element Study of Elasto-plastic Hemispherical Contact Against a Rigid Flat, J. of Tribol., Trans. ASME, 127, 2, pp. 343-354.

39. Jackson, R. L., Chusoipin, I., Green, I., A Finite Element Study of the Residual Stress and Strain Formation in Spherical Contacts, 2005, J. of Tribol., Trans.

ASME, 127, 3, pp. 484-493.

40. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., A Statistical Model of Elasto-plastic Asperity Contact of Rough Surfaces, 2006, Tribol. Int., 39, 9, pp. 906-614.

41. Quicksall, J., Jackson, R. L., Green, I., 2004, Elasto-plastic Hemispherical Contact for Varying Mechanical Properties, IMechE J. of Eng. Trib. 218, pp.313-322.

42. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., 2003, Experimental Analysis of the Wear, Life and Behavior of PTFE Coated Thrust Washer Bearings Under Non-axisymmetric Loading, Trib. Trans., 46, 4, pp. 600-607.

43. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., 2001, Study of the Tribological Behavior of a Thrust Washer Bearing, Trib. Trans., 44, 3, pp. 504-508.

Submitted

1. Fu, R., Choe, S.-Y., Jackson, R. L., Flowers, G. T., Kim, D., Modeling and Analysis of Vibration-induced Changes in Connector Resistance of High Power Electrical Connectors for Hybrid Vehicles, Submitted to Mechanics Based Design of Structures and Machines,

2. Polchow, J. R., Angadi, S., Fu, R., Choe, S.-Y., Jackson, R. L., Flowers, G. T., Lee, B.-Y., Zhong, L., A Multi-Physics Finite Element Analysis of Round Pin High Power Connectors, Submitted to Tribology Letters.

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3. Goedecke, A., Jackson, R. L., Mock, R., A Fractal Expansion of a Three Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Multiscale Rough Surface Contact Model, Submitted to Tribology International.

4. Vadgama, B. N., Harris, Daniel K., Jackson, R. L., Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Dry Sliding Copper Asperities to Study Friction and Deformation, Submitted to the ASME Journal of Tribology.

5. Smyth, P. A., Rifkin, R. E., Jackson, R. L., Hanson, R. R., A Surface Roughness Comparison of Cartilage in Different Types of Synovial Joints, Submitted to the Journal of Biomechanics.

6. Smyth, P. A., Rifkin, R. E., Jackson, R. L., Hanson, R. R., The Fractal Structure of Equine Articular Cartilage, Submitted to the Tribology Letters.

7. Smyth, P. A., Rifkin, R. E., Jackson, R. L., Hanson, R. R., Equine Synovial Joint Cartilage Dehydration Study, Submitted to the American Journal of Veterinary Research.

8. Jackson, R. L., Ghaednia, H., Yasser, A. E., Bhavnani, S. Knight, R., A ClosedForm Multiscale Thermal Contact Resistance Model, Submitted to the International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer.

9. Ghaednia, H., Jackson, R. L., Khodadadi, J., Experimental Analysis of Stable CuO Nanoparticle-Enhanced Lubricants, Submitted to the STLE Tribology Transactions.

Book Chapter:

Encyclopedia of Tribology Tribology Handbook

Other Publications or Technical Reports:

Jackson, R. L., Willis, R. J., Arnold, M., Palmer, C., Synthesis of the Effects of Pavement Properties on Tire Rolling Resistance, 2011, NCAT Report 11-05.

Jackson, R. L., Green, I., Discussion of “Experimental Investigation of Fully Plastic Contact of a Sphere Against a Hard Flat” by J. Jamari and D. J. Schipper, J. of Tribol., Trans. ASME.

Proceedings and Conference Presentations (74):

1. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., An Investigation of a Tilted Thrust Washer Bearing Including TEHD, Asperity Contact and Boundary Lubrication Part 1: Numerical Model, 2004 STLE Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 16 – 20, 2004.

2. Jackson, R. L., Green, I., An Investigation of a Tilted Thrust Washer Bearing

Including TEHD, Asperity Contact and Boundary Lubrication Part 2:

Experimental Results, 2004 STLE Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, May 16 – 20, 2004.

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3. Jackson, R. L., Chusoipin, I., Green, I., A Finite Element Study of the Residual Stress and Strain Formation in Spherical Contacts, 2004 ASME/STLE International Tribology Conference, Long Beach, California, October 24-27, 2004.

4. L. Almeida, K. Ishikawa, Q. Yu, R. Jackson, and R. Ramadoss, "Reliability Study of Ohmic contact type MEMS Relay Fabricated Using MetalMUMPS Process," IEEE International Microwave Symposium 2005, Long Beach, California, June 11-17, 2005.



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