Richard Englund

Rich Englund
Associate Professor Emeritus of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Technology
Office Phone
PENN STATE BEHREND
GLENHILL FARMHOUSE
ERIE PA 16563
    Biography

    Mr. Richard Englund is an associate professor of engineering in the Mechanical Engineering Technology department at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. He earned the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State University, where he graduated cum laude in 1974, and the M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York SUNY at Buffalo in 1990. Mr. Englund is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He received the National University Continuing Education Association Ùs Award of Excellence in 1991 and the Guy W. Wilson Award for Excellence in Academic Advising in 1997.

    Research Interests

    Measurement, biomechanics, fastener performance, design theory.

    Publications

    Take the Opportunity to Utilize Design and Construction of Research Devices for Classroom Examples - April 18, 2015
    Collaborator: Brandt Ruszkiewicz

    Biomechanical comparison of double grasping loop versus cross-locked cruciate flexor tendon repair, Hand - December 24, 2014
    Collaborators: C Dwyer, Author; D Dominy, Author; Timothy Cooney; Leonard Gordon; John Lubahn

    Locking plates have increased torsional stiffness compared to standard plates in a segmental defect model of clavicle fracture, Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery - 2011
    Collaborators: R Will; J Lubahn; T Cooney

    Effects of Interleukin-6 Ablation on Fracture Healing in Mice, Journal of Orthopaedic Research - September, 2011
    Collaborators: A Wallace; J Lubahn; T Cooney

    Direct assessment of mechanics of materials learning, Proceedings of the 2007 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition - June, 2007
    Collaborators: Shannon Sweeney; Robert Edwards, Co-Author

    A demonstration of heat affected zone from welding, Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition - June, 2005
    Collaborators: Shannon Sweeney, Co-Author; David Johnson

    Adequacy of laboratory simulation of in-line skater falls, The Journal of Hand Surgery - March, 2005
    Collaborators: G Trinidad; J Lubahn; J Lyons; D Ivance; F Buczik

    Mechanical Stress Relief Simulation, 2004 International ANSYS Conference Proceedings - May, 2004
    Collaborator: David Johnson, Co-Author

    Takeoff forces transmitted to the upper extremity during water-skiing, Orthopedics - July, 2003
    Collaborators: J Keverline; T Cooney

    Interdisciplinary laboratory exercises for the design and construction of an LVDT position measurement system, Journal of Engineering Technology - 2002
    Collaborator: Robert Weissbach

    A bridge to high-school girls: A versatile recruiting tool, American Society for Engineering Education 2001 Annual Conference & Exposition Proceedings - 2001
    Collaborator: Edward Evans, Co-Author

    Wrist fracture cooperative biomechanics research project, American Society of Mechanical Engineers International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition - 2001
    Collaborators: F Buczek; T Cooney

    Wrist fracture dynamic testing system to simulate skating falls, American Society of Mechanical Engineers International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition - 2001
    Collaborators: J Lubahn; F Buczek; T Cooney

    Case study for first year seminar – A plan which (mostly) worked, American Society for Engineering Education 2000 Annual Conference Proceedings - 2000

    Three-dimensional modeling of a bolted connection, 9th International ANSYS Conference and Exhibition - 2000
    Collaborators: David Johnson, Co-Author; B McAnlis; K Sari; D Columbet

    In vitro analysis of periprosthetic strains following total knee arthroplasty, Orthopedics - 2000
    Collaborators: B Parry, Co-Author; T Ganley; D Bortel; T Cooney

    A finite element analysis of nonlinear behavior in a bolted connection, American Society of Mechanical Engineers International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition - 1999
    Collaborators: Shannon Sweeney, Co-Author; David Johnson, Co-Author

    Design of bi-directional loadcell for biomechanics measurement, American Society of Mechanical Engineers International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition - 1998

    Engineering technology experience with distance education, Proceedings of the 18th International Council for Distance Education World Conference - 1997

    In vitro analysis of periprosthetic strains following total knee arthroplasty, Hamot Medical Center, Orthopaedics and Research Departments, Hamot Research Day - 1997
    Collaborators: B Parry; T Ganley; D Bortel; T Cooney

    Professional registration issues for engineering technology graduates: A range of perspectives, Proceedings of Frontiers in Education Conference 1997 ASEE/IEEE - 1997
    Collaborators: K Taylor; W Buchanan; T O'Connor; D Yates

    Finite element analysis of a threaded connection compared to experimental and theoretical research, Journal of Engineering Technology - 1997
    Collaborator: David Johnson

    In vitro strain analysis and fracture patterns associated with total knee arthroplasties phase I: Development of the impact system, Hamot Medical Center, Orthopaedics and Research Departments, Hamot Research Day - 1995
    Collaborators: B Parry; T Ganley; T Cooney

    Getting more from a manufacturing lab exercise, Proceedings of the 1993 ASEE North Central Section Annual Conference - 1993
    Collaborator: J Grode

    CAM software for an associate degree MET program, Proceedings of the 1992 ASEE National Conference - 1992
    Collaborator: M Freeman

    Education

    MS, Mechanical Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo

    BS, Mechanical Engineering, Washington State University