I am working as professor in Mechanical Engineering and I am leading Mechatronics Research Group (MRG) in TAU. My mission is to conduct research in close cooperation with industry in the area of intelligent machines and systems. The objective is to create new knowledge in the area mechatronics which can be applied in real products and processes, but also published in high level scientific journals and conferences.
Field of expertise
My research interests are wide-ranging in the are of intelligent machines and systems. My research focus is in mechatronics - especially in design and analysis of complex machine systems my special expertise being in motion control, fluid power systems and high pressure water systems. I am also interested in industrial internet solutions in life-cycle management of intelligent machine and manufacturing systems.
Underwater robotics and systems is one of my group’s expertise area where we are focusing on research of mechanical designs, propulsion systems and control of different kind of robots.
We have a long history on research of aircraft systems - especially related on flight control and fuel systems. In addition we do research on system reliability analysis of aircraft systems.
System availability and preventive maintenance is also one of my group’s research focus areas. Our approach is based on knowledge based analytics which combines contextual technical expertise and tools with statistical methods in order to improve predictability of system behavior .
Aviation Safety and Security: Utilising Technology to Prevent Aircraft Fatality
CRC press: June 2021
ISBN: 978-0-367-27519-8 (hbk)
ISBN: 978-1-032-01344-2 (pbk)
ISBN: 978-0-429-29645-1 (ebk)
Accepted Journal Publications:
A320 air-conditioning heat exchangers and atmospheric fouling, Thermal Science and Engineering Progress, 2018 issue 46 pp. 184-202. ISSN 2451-9049
van Eekeren R; Wright SJ; Cokorilo O (2017) A METHOD OF ESTIMATING THE COSTS OF UNEXPECTED RUNWAY CLOSURES DUE TO ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS. International Journal for Traffic and Transport Engineering, 7 (3), pp. 283-297
Taylor A; Dixon-Hardy DW; Wright SJ (2014) Simulation Training in U.K. General Aviation: An Undervalued Aid to Reducing Loss of Control Accidents. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY, 24 (2), pp. 141-152
Wright SJ; Andrews GE; Li H (2010) AIRPORT PM10 EMISSIONS: DEVELOPMENT OF THE LEEDS FOA METHOD FOR AIRCRAFT PM10 AND METHODOLOGY FOR AIRPORT PM10 EMISSIONS. .
Wright SJ; Andrews GE; Li H (2009) 1. Particulate mass emissions from aircraft: the measurement problems in the light of experience of diesel particulate mass emission measurement. , pp. 465.
Wright SJ; Andrews GE; Sabir H (2009) A review of heat exchanger fouling in the context of aircraft air-conditioning systems, and the potential for electrostatic filtering. Applied Thermal Engineering, 29 (13), pp. 2596-2609.
Conference Papers (peer reviewed):
Kontotasios A; Jamson S; Killan E; Wright SJ (2018) Pilots as multi-modal operators: does commuting by driving relate to fatigue and impaired performance? International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics. Orlando, US
van Eekeren R; Wright SJ (2017) Runway Safety Analysis for 2015 to 2017 Second Global Runway Safety Symposium, ICAO
Wright SJ; Taylor A; Dixon-Hardy D (2011) Why UK General Aviation Needs Improved Simulation Training. Autumn Flight Simulation Conference 2011: The Contribution of Flight Simulation to Aviation Safety, pp. 221-241.
Andrews GE; Li H; Wright S (2009) PARTICULATE MASS EMISSIONS FROM AIRCRAFT: A FIRST ORDER APPROXIMATION METHOD BASED ON EXPERIENCE FROM DIESEL PARTICULATE MASS EMISSIONS MEASUREMENT PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME TURBO EXPO 2009, VOL 2, pp. 465-487.
Wright SJ (2008) Particulate Matter Effects on commercial Aircraft Environmental Systems ICES SAE 2008.