|Asst Prof Castagne Sylvie Jeanne Constance|
Division of Manufacturing Engineering
School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
College of Engineering
Phone: (+65)6790 4331
- PhD Universuty of Liege, Belgium 2007
- Adv Degree in Applied Science University of Liege, Belgium 2001
- MSc University of Liege, Belgium 1998
|Dr Sylvie Castagne is an Assistant Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering since July 2008. She received her PhD in Applied Sciences from the University of Liege, Belgium. She also graduated with a MSc in Applied Physics Engineering and a DEA in Applied Sciences from the same university, which encompass a broad range of physics, materials and engineering areas.
Before joining NTU, Sylvie worked in Singapore as a Senior Research Engineer at SIMTech (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology) and as an Assistant Professor at the University of New South Wales Asia. She also acquired some experience in Aerospace Engineering through her work at the Centre of Excellence for Integrated Aircraft Technology (Queen’s University Belfast, UK, 2003-2006) and spent five years working as a Researcher in the Department of Mechanics of Structures and Materials (University of Liege, Belgium, 1998-2003), where her research focused on the modeling of metal forming processes and on the development of multi-scale finite element models for the analysis of damage and crack propagation in metals at high temperature.
|Dr Castagne's areas of expertise include micromechanics of materials, damage and fracture analysis and multi-scale constitutive modeling with application to the simulation of metal forming processes. She also has a background in digital manufacturing and systems engineering cost modeling. Currently, her research interests focus on the development of net shape and microforming processes with specific contributions regarding the analysis of size effects, tool failure and material thermomechanical processing.|
|Research Grant |
- Academic Research Fund Tier 1 (2013-) [by Ministry of Education (MOE)]
- Rolls-Royce PIc (2012-2014) [by Rolls-Royce PIc]
- Rolls-Royce PIc (2013-) [by Rolls-Royce PIc]
- SIMTech - NTU Joint Lab (2012-) [by A*STAR Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech)]
|Current Projects |
- Analysis and Prediction of Residual Stress in Cold Rolling Process and its Effect on fatigue Life - Andre IPP
- Cold Rolling Development
- Development and Study of Metal Forming System(S) for Micro Components
- Functionalisation of Magnesium Alloy Surface Using Laser Texturing for Bio-implant Application
- Micromachining of micro-features on hard-to machine materials
- Micromechanical study of friction and wear for the net shape forming of miniature metallic components
- Multi-scale modelling of graphite degeration in ductile iron for fatigue life prediction
- Roller burnishing for Civil Aerospace - I
- Technology Development for Fabrication of Complex Micro Scale 3D Profiles Using Laser-induced Shock Force
- J. Liu, M.J. Tan, A. Jarfors, Y. Aue-u-lan and S. Castagne. (2009). Formability in AA5083 and AA6061 alloys for light weight applications. Materials & Design, In press, Corrected Proof.
- R. Curran, S. Castagne, A. Rothwell, M. Price, A. Murphy and S. Raghunathan. (2009). Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis in aircraft operating costs in structural design optimization. Journal of Aircraft, 46(6), 2145-2155.
- Sylvie Castagne, Richard Curran and Paul Collopy. (2009). Implementation of value-driven optimisation for the design of aircraft fuselage panels. International Journal of Production Economics, 117(2), 381-388.
- Castagne, S., Talamona, D., Habraken, A.M. (2007). A damage constitutive law for steel at elevated temperature: Identification of the parameters. International Journal of Forming Processes, 10(1), 23-43.
- Castagne, S., Habraken, A. M., Cescotto, S. (2003). Application of a damage model to an aluminum alloy. International Journal of Damage Mechanics, 12(1), 5-30.