|Asst Prof Low Ying Min |
Division of Structures and Mechanics
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering
Phone: (+65)6790 6103
- PhD University of Cambridge 2007
- MEng(Hons) Imperial College of Sci, Tech, Medicine 2000
|Low Ying Min is currently an Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, having joined in January 2007. He obtained his MEng (with 1st class hons) in Civil Engineering from Imperial College, London, and obtained his PhD from the University of Cambridge under the NTU Overseas Scholarship. He was previously a research engineer at the Institute of High Performance Computing, and a Senior Engineer at Keppel FELS. His research focuses on aspects of offshore engineering, such as dynamic analysis, wave loads, floating structures and mooring/riser systems.
Prof Low is in the organizing committee of the “Structures, Safety, and Reliability” symposium of the annual OMAE conference. In particular, he is co-organizing a new session on “Reliability of mooring systems” for OMAE 2012 to be held in Brazil.
Publication list available at:
|Floating offshore structures, Structural dynamics, Random vibrations, Mooring/riser systems, Reliability analysis|
|Current Projects |
- Fatigue Life of Steel Catenary Risers at the Touchdown Point
- Novel bending stiffeners for easy transportation and installation in flexible risers of offshore floating structures
- Low YM. (2013). A new distribution for fitting four moments and its applications to reliability analysis. Structural Safety, 42, 12-25.
- Low YM. (2012). An analytical formulation for the fatigue damage skewness relating to a narrowband process. Structural Safety, 35, 18-28.
- Low YM. (2012). Variance of the fatigue damage due to a Gaussian narrowband process. Structural Safety, 34(1), 381-389.
- Low YM. (2011). An algorithm for accurate evaluation of the fatigue damage due to multimodal and broadband processes. Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, 26(3), 435-446.
- Low YM. (2011). Extreme value analysis of bimodal Gaussian processes. Journal of Sound and Vibration, 330(14), 3458-3472.