Andy Simoneau

Assistant Professor

PhD

Mechanical Engineering

Head Hall E44B

Fredericton

simoneau@unb.ca
1 506 458 7767



Research interests

  • Analytical modeling of the metal cutting process
  • Understanding the impact of microstructural constituents and microstructural evolution during plastic deformation
  • Machining heterogeneous structures – metals and composites
  • Extended use of Finite Element modeling to model material processing and high strain rate behaviour of materials
  • Energy use and management in manufacturing
  • Connected manufacturing, big data, and advanced sensor integration into manufacturing systems

Selected publications

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., Grain Size and Orientation Effects When Microcutting AISI 1045 Steel, 56th CIRP General Assembly Meeting, Dresden Germany, August 2007.

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., Modeling the Effects of Microstructure During Metal Cutting, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, Vol. 47, 2007, pages 368-375.

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., Chip Formation During Microscale Cutting of a Medium Carbon Steel, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, Vol. 46/5, 2006, pages 467-481.

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., The Effect of Microstructure on Chip Formation and Surface Defects in Microscale, Mesoscale, and Macroscale Cutting of Steel, 55th CIRP General Assembly Meeting, Kobe Japan, August 2006.

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., Surface Defects During Microcutting, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, Vol. 46, 2006, pages 1378-1387.

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., The Effect of Microstructure on Chip Formation and Surface Defects in Microscale, Mesoscale, and Macroscale Cutting of Steel, Annals of the CIRP, 55/1, 2006, pages 97-102.

Simoneau, A., Ng, E., Elbestawi, M.A., Modeling the Effects of Microstructure During Metal Cutting, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, Vol. 47, 2007, pages 368-375.