Francisco D. Denia0000-0003-4536-8610
Francisco D. Denia holds a Ph.D. degree from Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV), Valencia, Spain. Denia works as a Senior Lecturer of mechanical engineering at UPV. His research areas include noise and vibration control in vehicles, with special interest in the breathing system of internal combustion engines and finite element modeling in mechanical engineering. He has led several research projects related to the acoustic modeling and design of exhaust systems and the development of advanced acoustic models for silencers and materials. He has published over 60 papers in international journals and congresses and he has also carried out several industrial consultancy projects in different aspects of machine component design and noise and vibration control, with particular application to automobiles and railway vehicles. A number of research collaborations have been kept during the last decade with relevant international research groups, including the Ohio State University (USA), KTH (Sweden), and Brunel University (UK). Denia has also supervised over 100 final degree projects, M.S. theses, and Ph.D. students. He is a member of several committees and associations in the field of engineering.
Biography Updated on 14 November 2013