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prof.dr.ir. T. Tinga (Tiedo)

Full Professor Dynamics based Maintenance

About Me

Tiedo Tinga (1973) is a professor in Dynamics based Maintenance at the faculty of Engineering Technology, with a background in Materials Science and Mechanical Engineering. His research focuses on the detection and prediction of failures in systems, with the aim of developing smart maintenance concepts, like Predictive Maintenance. The is achieved by combining the Physics of Failure, thorough understanding of the (dynamic) system behaviour and advanced (condition) monitoring techniques, as well as data science and artificial intelligence. 

Expertise

Engineering & Materials Science
Corrosion
Fatigue Damage
Health
Monitoring
Predictive Maintenance
Structural Health Monitoring
Chemistry
Abrasive
Physics & Astronomy
Abrasives

Ancillary Activities

  • Consultinga
    Incidenteel verzorgen van advies en cursussen
  • Nederlandse Defensie Academie
    Professor Life Cycle Management

Publications

Recent
Habtour, E. , Di Maio, D. , Masmeijer, T. , Gonzalez, L. C. , & Tinga, T. (2022). Highly Sensitive Nonlinear Identification to Track Early Fatigue Signs in Flexible Structures. Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, Diagnostics and Prognostics of Engineering Systems, 5(2), [021005]. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.4052420
Keizers, L. S. , Loendersloot, R. , & Tinga, T. (2022). Atmospheric Corrosion Prognostics Using a Particle Filter. In Proceedings of the 32nd European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2022) (pp. 1259-1266) https://rpsonline.com.sg/rps2prod/esrel22-epro/html/R22-08-170.xml
Rijsdijk, C., van der Sluis, W. , & Tinga, T. (2021). Autonomous fault detection and diagnostics, an enabler to control risks of military operations. In Proceedings of the 58th ESReDA Seminar: Using Knowledge to Manage Risks and Threats: Practices and Challenges European Safety and Reliability Association.
Tinga, T. (2021). Predicting critical failures using physics of failures: opportunities and challenges. In AVT-356 Research Symposium on Physics of Failure for Military Platform Critical Subsystems (Vol. AVT-356, pp. 1-13). [13] NATO Science & Technology Organization.

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Contact Details

Visiting Address

University of Twente
Drienerlolaan 5
7522 NB Enschede
The Netherlands

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Mailing Address

University of Twente
P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands