The most up to date list of publications can be found at Google Scholar here
Publications (as of Feb-2018)
Kouhshahi, M. B., J. Bird, V. Acharya, K. Li, M. Calvin and W. Williams (2017). An axial flux-focusing magnetically geared motor. Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2017 IEEE, IEEE.
Kouhshahi, M. B., J. Bird, J. Kadel and W. Williams (2017). Design and experimental testing of a magnetically geared lead screw. Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2017 IEEE International, IEEE.
Li, K., J. Wright, S. Modaresahmadi, D. Som, W. Williams and J. Bird (2017). Designing the first stage of a series connected multistage coaxial magnetic gearbox for a wind turbine demonstrator. Energy Conversion Congress and Exposition (ECCE), 2017 IEEE, IEEE.
Uppalapati, K. K., M. Calvin, J. Wright, J. Pitchard, W. Williams and J. Z. Bird (2017). “A magnetic gearbox with an active region torque density of 239Nm/L.” IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications.
Bird, J., K. Li, J. Kadel, J. Wright, D. Som and W. Williams (2017). Analysis and testing of a hybrid Halbach magnetic gearbox. Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2017 IEEE International, IEEE.
Noras, M. A., A. Rolle and W. B. Williams (2017). Electrospraying of dielectric fluids in a high-pressure environment. Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, 2017 IEEE, IEEE.
Uppalapati, K., J. Kadel, J. Wright, K. Li, W. Williams and J. Bird (2016). A low assembly cost coaxial magnetic gearbox. Power Electronics Conference (SPEC), IEEE Annual Southern, IEEE.
Williams, W. B. and A. F. Browne (2016). Development of a remote laboratory architecture for Mission Critical Operations instruction. SoutheastCon, 2016, IEEE.
Browne, A. F., W. B. Williams, K. Loftus and C. Nye (2016). Implementation of a Cartesian robot for remote Mission Critical Operator training. SoutheastCon, 2016, IEEE.
Bird, J., K. Li, W. Williams and J. Kadel (2015). A flux focusing cycloidal magnetic gearbox. Magnetics Conference (INTERMAG), 2015 IEEE, IEEE.
Williams, W. B. (2015). The impact of layer thickness on the performance of additively manufactured lapping tools. Optifab 2015, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
Li, K., J. Bird, J. Kadel and W. Williams (2015). “A flux-focusing cycloidal magnetic gearbox.” IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 51(11): 1-4.
Benfield, C. J., W. B. Williams and M. Noras (2014). Application of novel quasi-electrostatic sensor arrays for time based data collection and processing of supersonic, subsonic, and transonic revolving projectiles. Wireless Sensing, Localization, and Processing IX, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
Williams, W. B. (2013). Additive manufacturing of tools for lapping glass. Optifab 2013, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
Mullany, B., M. Mainuddin, W. Williams and R. Keanini (2013). “An experimental and analytical investigation into the effects of process vibrations on material removal rates during polishing.” Journal of Applied Physics 113(22): 224902.
Sundaresan, M. J. and W. B. Williams (2011). Structural health monitoring of shear waves in aluminum plates. Smart Sensor Phenomena, Technology, Networks, and Systems 2011, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
Asamene, K., W. Williams and M. Sundaresan (2011). Experimental analysis of fretting related acoustic emission signals. Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and Aerospace Systems 2011, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
Williams, W., B. Mullany, W. Parker, P. Moyer and M. Randles (2010). “Using quantum dots to evaluate subsurface damage depths and formation mechanisms in glass.” CIRP annals 59(1): 569-572.
Williams, W., B. Mullany, W. Parker and P. Moyer (2010). Evaluating subsurface damage with quantum dots. Optical Fabrication and Testing, Optical Society of America.
Williams, W. B., B. A. Mullany, W. C. Parker, P. J. Moyer and M. H. Randles (2009). “Using quantum dots to tag subsurface damage in lapped and polished glass samples.” Applied optics 48(27): 5155-5163.
Williams, W. B. (2009). A novel fluorescence based method of assessing subsurface damage in optical materials, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Williams, W. B., B. A. Mullany, M. Randles, P. Moyer and W. Parker (2008). Characterizing Quantum Dots for use in Detecting Subsurface Damage. Proceedings of of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Precision Engineering,(American Society for Precision Engineering, 2008).
Williams, W. B., B. A. Mullany, P. J. Moyer, W. C. Parker and M. H. Randles “TESTING QUANTUM DOTS AS A MEANS OF ASSESSING SUBSURFACE DAMAGE IN POLISHED GLASS.”
Mullany, B., A. Landis, W. Williams, P. Murray and I. Roberts (2007). Pitch polishing of silica: correlation between material removal rates and obtainable surface finishes. Optifab 2007: Technical Digest, International Society for Optics and Photonics.
Williams, W. B. and B. A. Mullany (2006). Real time measurement of axial force and torque during polishing. Proceedings of the American Society for Precision Engineering.