Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Ang Whye Teong

Associate Professor, School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Email: mwtang@ntu.edu.sg
Assoc Prof Ang Whye Teong

Biography
W. T. ANG graduated with a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Adelaide, Australia. He has published many research articles on boundary integral methods and solutions of heat conduction and crack problems in internationally recognised journals. He has been affiliated with the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Nanyang Technological University since 2001.
Research Interests
W. T. Ang's general research interest is in applied and engineering mathematics. Specific research topics that he has worked on include boundary integral equation methods, stress analysis around cracks, heat transfer with applications to modern engineering and biological systems, analyses of advanced materials (such as functionally graded materials and piezoelectric materials) and non-classical boundary value problems in physical and engineering sciences.
Current Projects
  • Modelling and Simulation of Processes in Additive Manufacturing
Selected Publications
  • X. Wang, W. T. Ang and H. Fan. (2015). A micromechanical-statistical model based on hypersingular boundary integral equations for analyzing a pair of parallel interfaces weakened by antiplane micro-cracks. Computers and Structures, 157, 178-188.
  • W. T. Ang. (2013). Hypersingular Integral Equations in Fracture Analysis. Woodhead Publishing.
  • W. T. Ang. (2012). Numerical solution of a linear elliptic partial differential equation with variable coefficients: a complex variable boundary element approach. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations, 28, 954-965.
  • Ang WT, Athanasius L. (2011). A boundary integral approach for plane analysis of electrically semi-permeable planar cracks in a piezoelectric solid. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 35, 647-656.
  • W. T. Ang, I. V. Singh, M. Tanaka. (2007). An axisymmetric heat conduction model for a multi-material cylindrical system with application to analysis of carbon nanotube based composites. International Journal of Engineering Science, 45, 22-33.

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