I am educated to Ph.D. level (University of Edinburgh, 1984) and am a former Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
- Dynamics of an omnidirectional pendulum energy harvester : a comparative analysis between numerical and experimental results
- Sommermann Philipp, Cartmell Matthew P
- International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics Vol 159 (2023)
- Review of: "Speed of gravity: a simple experiment to test the general relativity theory"
- Cartmell Matthew P
- Qeios (2023)
- A piezoelectric cantilever-asymmetric-conical-pendulum-based energy harvesting under multi-directional excitation
- Zhang Yunshun, Wang Wanshu, Zheng Rencheng, Nakano Kimihiko, Cartmell Matthew P
- Journal of Sound and Vibration Vol 569 (2023)
- A novel approximation method for the solution of weakly nonlinear coupled systems
- Johnston Daniel, Cartmell Matthew
- Nonlinear Dynamics Vol 111, pp. 16271-16292 (2023)
- The FutureForge manipulator and an approximate analytical solution algorithm for its nonlinear dynamics
- Johnston Daniel, Cartmell Matthew, Wynne Bradley, Pakrashi Vikram, Kovacic Ivana
- 10th European Nonlinear Dynamics Conference, pp. 774-783 (2022)
- Application of a dynamic thermoelastic coupled model for an aerospace aluminium composite panel
- Ganilova Olga A, Cartmell Matthew P, Kiley Andrew
- Composite Structures Vol 288 (2022)
I have taught all levels of mechanical engineering dynamics within the UK undergraduate curriculum and have also had experience of teaching differential equation theory within courses in engineering mathematics and of teaching some aspects of mechanical engineering design. I was the Director of Education in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering during session 2016/2017. I currently teach ME528 Control Systems Design.
I have a deep interest in the mathematical modelling of the dynamics of mechanical systems, with particular emphasis on theoretical oscillators, momentum exchange space tethers, mechanical vibration, and gravitational physics.
- DTP 2224 University of Strathclyde | Downie, Jenna
- Cartmell, Matthew (Principal Investigator) Minisci, Edmondo (Co-investigator) Downie, Jenna (Research Co-investigator)
- 01-Jan-2022 - 01-Jan-2026
- Symbolic Computation for Differential Equation Based Systems
- Cartmell, Matthew (Principal Investigator) Minisci, Edmondo (Co-investigator) Wynne, Bradley (Co-investigator)
- 01-Jan-2022 - 31-Jan-2026
- Terrestrial measurement of frame-dragging
- Cartmell, Matthew (Principal Investigator)
- 01-Jan-2022 - 28-Jan-2023
- CORES - COllaborative REcycling of SPS
- Vasile, Massimiliano (Principal Investigator) Cartmell, Matthew (Co-investigator)
- 01-Jan-2022 - 31-Jan-2024
- Cross-disciplinary advanced Vibration Laboratory (£32K EPSRC Capital Award for ECRs, £11K Faculty of Engineering Strategic Research Funding)
- Tubaldi, Enrico (Principal Investigator) Coraddu, Andrea (Principal Investigator) Jones, Catherine (Principal Investigator) Cartmell, Matthew (Principal Investigator)
- Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) is an emerging technology for damage identification of aerospace, civil and mechanical engineering infrastructure, with significant potential for life-safety and economic benefits. Vibration-based SHM entails measuring the response of structural systems to dynamic excitations through appropriate sensors, and intelligently analysing the measured response to identify damage occurrence or degradation. This project supports the development and build of a vibration laboratory (VibLab) across the Faculty of Engineering, a new inter-disciplinary facility for there is a strong need, but is currently missing at Strathclyde. The laboratory will benefit the short- and long-term career development plans of Early Career Researchers (ECRs), enhancing their capabilities in the field of SHM. It will also strengthen the connections across departments, and contribute to maximise external funding income and attract new industrial and academic partners. The facility is a joint initiative between the departments of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Naval Architecture and Ocean and Marine Engineering.
£32K EPSRC Capital Award for ECRs, £11K Faculty of Engineering Strategic Research Funding, £20k total combined departmental funding.
- The Stability of thermo-elastically controlled structures
- Cartmell, Matthew (Principal Investigator)
- 01-Jan-2017 - 31-Jan-2020