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Mr. Gilang Muhammad Gemilang ST., Msc.

Postgraduate researcher of FSI group

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Gilang Muhammad Gemilang is a PhD Student of Fluid Structure Interaction Research Group, within Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Realising that there are so many different approaches to handling a problem is not enough, we need to think thoroughly about features of those approaches that can solve particular problems most efficiently.

Gilang graduated in 2012 from the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Indonesia with BSc degree in Ocean Engineering. He was involved in EPCI projects as a Naval Architect Engineer at Saipem Indonesia for about 1 year before He continued pursuing master degree of subsea and marine engineering in Universitetet i Stavanger, Norway in 2013. In 2015, He completed his MSc Thesis titled “Feasibility Study of Selected Riser Concepts in Deep Water and Harsh Environment”. In 2016, He was appointed as a lecturer in Civil Engineering Program in University of Pertamina, Indonesia. Since then, He has been active in Civil Engineering Group as a lecturer and researcher, conducting engineering study, analysis and design of marine structure. At September 2016, He was awarded fully funded PhD scholarship from Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP), Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia to pursue PhD degree in Fluid Structure Interaction Research Group, University of Southampton, United Kingdom. His PhD research topic is “Multiscale modelling of offshore mooring chains for fatigue damage mechanism analysis”.

His PhD is a part of the Fluid Structure Interactions research group and material engineering group. The research is exploring a better way to predict how chains in mooring systems fail by understanding the fatigue damage process at the micro scale taking into consideration the degradation of the material.

Research interests

  • FEA
  • Multiscale modelling
  • Micromechanisms of failure in engineering materials
  • Effects of external service conditions on failure processes
  • Adaptive numerical modelling approaches to failure problems
  • Design of Marine Structure
  • Subsea Pipelines
  • Risers
  • Mooring Lines
  • Floating offshore platforms.

PhD supervision

Adam J. Sobey, Philippa Reed

PhD research

Multiscale modelling of offshore mooring chains for fatigue damage mechanism analysis, Adam J. Sobey, Philippa Reed, Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP), Ministry of Finance Republic of Indonesia

Research Project

Multiscale modelling of offshore mooring chains for fatigue damage mechanism analysis

 

Research group

Fluid Structure Interactions

Affiliate research group

Engineering Materials

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Conferences

  • Demonstrator for Solid Works Design
  • Design & Computing for Civil Engineers
  • Materials & Structures
  • Fatigue Labs
Mr. Gilang Muhammad Gemilang
Engineering, University of Southampton, Southampton Boldrewood Innovation Campus, Burgess Road, Southampton, SO16 7QF
Room Number: 176/3001


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