Department of Mechanical Engineering

Imtiaz Haque

Imtiaz HaqueDr. Imtiaz Haque
Professor & Executive Director of Campbell Graduate Engineering Center
Office: 228 Fluor Daniel Building
Phone: 864.656.5628
Fax: 864.656.4435
Email: sih 


Dr. Imtiaz Haque is Professor and past chair of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University. He is currently serving as Executive Director of the Carroll A. Campbell Graduate Engineering Center on the CU-ICAR Campus in Greenville SC. His teaching and research interests lie in the general areas of dynamics, vibrations, mechanisms and machines, and manufacturing process simulation. He has been involved with the modeling and simulation of vehicular systems since 1975.

Professor Haque is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers. He has been a member of the ASME Applied Mechanics Transportation Committee, and was a founding member of the ASME Material Division Committee on Metal Forming. He has served as Guest Editor for the International Journal of Vehicle Design and is a member of the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Heavy Vehicle Systems. He was Vice Chairman of the ASME Design Division Committee on Vehicle Design from 1998-2006.

Dr. Haque has conducted research for and served as consultant to private industry and federal agencies. In 1996-97 he spent his sabbatical year at the BMW Research and Engineering Center in Munich, Germany.

Dr. Haque has published over 100 refereed journal and conference papers. He serves as reviewer for numerous journals, conferences, and funding agencies.

Education

PhD, Clemson University, 1982
MS, Clemson University, 1977
BS, Pakistan University, 1972

Research Interests

Dynamics and vibrations, modeling/simulation of vehicle dynamics, multi-body systems, mechanisms and machines, manufacturing processes.

Selected Publications

Brian L. Dillinger, Nader Jalili , and Imtiaz ul Haque, Analytical modeling and experimental verification of Tire non-uniformity," International Journal of Vehicle Design,  46, 1-22 (2008). 

Srivastava, N., Haque, I. "A Review on Belt and Chain Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVT), " Mechanism and Machine Theory 2008. [Available online, DOI: 10.1016/j.mechmachtheory.2008.06.007].

Srivastava, N., Haque, I. "Nonlinear Dynamics of a Friction-limited drive: Application to a Chain Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) system," Journal of Sound and Vibration, accepted for publication, 2008. 

M. Grujicic, W. C. Bell, H. Marvi, I. Haque, B. A. Cheeseman, W. N. Roy and R. R. Skaggs, " A Computational Analysis of Survivability of a Pick-Up Truck Subjected to Mine Detonation Loads ," Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures, accepted for publication, June 2008.

 M. Grujicic, W. C. Bell, G. Arakere, I. Haque, " Finite Element Analysis of the Effect of Up-armoring on the Off-road Braking and Sharp-turn Performance of a High-Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) ," Journal of Automobile Engineering, submitted for publication, November 2008. 

 M. Grujicic, G. Arakere, H. K. Nallagatla, W. C. Bell, I. Haque, " Computational Investigation of Blast Survivability and Off-road Performance of an Up-armored High-Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) ," Journal of Automobile Engineering, Accepted for publication, November 2008. 

M. Grujicic, H. Marvi, G. Arakere, I. Haque, " A Finite Element Analysis of Pneumatic-Tire/Sand Interactions During Off-Road Vehicle Travel ," Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures, Accepted for publication, December 2008.