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Prof. Stefan Kaczmarczyk

  • Job title: Professor of Applied Mechanics
  • Department: Engineering

General information

Professor Stefan Kaczmarczyk received his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Silesian University of Science and Technology and his PhD from Natal University for his thesis on the nonlinear dynamics of deep mine hoisting systems. He is a Chartered Engineer (CEng), elected Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (FIMechE) and a Member of the Institute of Physics (MInstP).

Prof Kaczmarczyk joined the University of Northampton (then the University College Northampton) as a senior lecturer in 2002. In 2003, he became the course leader for MSc Lift Engineering, then postgraduate field leader for Lift Engineering. He was awarded the title of Reader in Engineering Science in 2010. He is currently Professor of Applied Mechanics at The University of Northampton. Throughout his career Prof Kaczmarczyk has lectured a broad range of subjects in the area of applied mechanics, dynamics, vibration, computer simulation and general engineering.

His expertise is in the area of dynamics and vibration with particular applications in the sustainable design of vertical transportation and material handling systems. He has been involved in collaborative research with a number of national and international partners and has an extensive national and international track record in consulting and research in Applied Dynamics and Vertical Transportation system engineering.

He has been serving on the Institute of Physics Applied Mechanics Group Committee and initiated and developed a series of international conferences linking the U.K. and overseas-based academic and industrial research groups working in the area of mechanics of slender structures, with particular emphasis on applications in elevator engineering. More recently, jointly with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Lifts Group, initiated a new conference series: the Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies. Professor Kaczmarczyk has published over 90 journal and international conference papers in the area of engineering vibration and applied dynamics, vertical transportation and elevator engineering.

Teaching

Master of Science (MSc) Lift Engineering: Course Leader (since 2003) and Module Leader / Tutor for the following modules:

  • LIFM01DL Lift Applications Engineering (Module Leader)
  • LIFM02DL Codes and Standards (Module Leader)
  • LIFM04DL Case Study (Module Leader and Tutor)
  • LIFM005DL Lift Component Applications (Module Leader and Tutor)
  • LIFM006DL Hydraulic Systems (Module Leader and Tutor)
  • LIFM009DL Utilisation of Materials (Module Leader and Tutor)
  • LIFM010DL Dynamics and Vibrations (Module Leader and Tutor)
  • LIFM012DL Dissertation (Module Leader and Tutor)

BSc (Hons) Engineering:

  • ENG 3001 Applications of Technology: Introduction to Engineering Vibration and Vehicle Dynamics (Module Tutor)
  • ENG3002 Modelling and Simulation: Problem Solving with Matlab (Module Tutor)
  • ENG 4004 Project and Professional Studies (Module Tutor / final year project supervision)

Research

Professor Kaczmarczyk's research work has been focused on the dynamics of slender structures, multibody dynamics, vibration analysis, machine health monitoring, material behaviour, and damage assessment of structures. The work conducted involves multi-disciplinary projects with particular applications in vertical transportation and material handling systems, automotive, steel milling and mining systems.

The overall research output includes over 20 articles in peer-reviewed international journals, over 50 papers presented and published in peer-reviewed proceedings associated with major international conferences, 2 published patent applications and 1 book monograph on elevator system design. Eighteen invited lectures on the subject of research interests were also presented and a number of consulting reports produced. Other published works include a number of articles that appeared in professional media / trade magazines.

He is a Member of the School's Research and Knowledge Transfer Committee, Research Ethics Committee and the Research Excellence Framework (REF) Steering Group. Prof. Kaczmarczyk is Research Leader for Engineering (since 2003). He secured funding and developed a research laboratory equipped with experimental and computational facilities necessary for conducting leading work in the field of Engineering Mechanics, Dynamics / Vibration and Elevator System diagnosis. The hardware and software tools include:

  • B&K PulseTM task oriented system for dynamic signal measurement, data acquisition and analysis
  • The latest technology transducers for force, acceleration, velocity, displacement and acoustic response measurements
  • Polytec PDV-100 Portable Laser Vibrometer
  • LDS V406 and V721 permanent magnet electrodynamic shaker systems with PA amplifiers
  • TIRA TV51165-IN/BAA 1000 inertial shaker system
  • PMT EVA-625 portable vibration analyser
  • Henning LiftPC mobile diagnosis system
  • LDS-Dactron LASER vibration controller system
  • MATLAB/Simulink high performance numeric computation software
  • SolidWorks with COSMOS FEM modelling and simulation software
  • COMSOL Multiphysics modeling and simulation software

In addition, a dedicated laboratory facility to test traction elevator suspension systems was built and has been used to conduct research supported by a multinational elevator company.

Has developed and leads postgraduate research programmes in the area of Lift Technology and High Performance Engineering which have gained national and international recognition and have made a major contribution to the professional development of lift engineering practitioners worldwide.

Established a strategic partnership for cooperation in research and innovation with ThyssenKrupp Elevator AG (TKE). The collaboration involves developing new products and elevator-related research work, with the additional benefit of creating studentships, research project contracts, and honorary posts.

Current research projects involve investigations into the problem of modelling, prediction, monitoring and control of vibrations in systems with long moving continua. The prediction of the dynamic random response and the structural integrity of elevator components in high-rise applications form the primary concern in this research.

Has supervised 9 PhD students (5 to completion) and 5 MPhil students (to completion).

Generated major income stream from research, consultancy and knowledge transfer (KT) activities (amounting to over £450k over the last 5 years). Selected projects given below:

Dates/ Duration

Project Title

Funding Source

Aug 2013 – Jan 2015 The Development of a Novel MRL Lift System TSB/ ACE Lifts Ltd
Nov 2010 – May 2012 The Prediction and Analysis of the Dynamic Behaviour of Compensating and Suspension Ropes in High-Rise Elevator Installations ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation
Nov 2009 - Oct 2010 Active Control System to Minimize Compensating Rope Sway in a High-Rise Elevator Installation ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation
Jan 2008 - Jul 2009 The Prediction and Analysis of the Dynamic Responses of Compensating and Governor Ropes in the Freedom Tower Elevator System (Dr S Kaczmarczyk) ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation
Jun 2008 - May 2009 Boulby Mine Manshaft Rope Hoist Dynamic Analysis (Dr S Kaczmarczyk) Cleveland Potash Ltd.
Mar - Apr 2008 Research and Education on Damage Detection of Kevlar Elevator Cables (Dr S Kaczmarczyk, Prof. W Zhu (UMBC)) National Science Foundation , U.S.A.
Apr 2008 - Jun 2009 Vibration Testing and Analysis of the Turbo Track High Speed Moving Walkway (Dr S Kaczmarczyk) ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation
Jun 2007 - Aug 2007 The Prediction of the Dynamic Responses of the Compensation Ropes in Chicago Spire Residential Elevator System (Dr S Kaczmarczyk) ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation
Jan 2004 -Jun 2007 Vibration Testing of an Elevator Aramid Suspension System (Dr S Kaczmarczyk) ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation
Oct 2006 - Sep 2008 Development of low-noise vibratory conveyor (Dr S Kaczmarczyk and M Stonnell) Arnott Engineering Ltd. / DTI (Knowledge Partnership Partnership)
Feb 2006 - Apr 2006 Tests and Analysis of the Active Roller Guide (ARG) System (Dr S Kaczmarczyk) ThyssenKrupp Elevator Corporation


Provided international and national research leadership in his area of expertise and created a series of international meetings linking the UK and overseas-based academic and industrial research groups working in the area of mechanics of slender structures (MoSS).

The MoSS conference series meetings bring together experts from various fields: structural mechanics, thermo-mechanics, dynamics, electrodynamics, vibration and control, structural health monitoring, artificial intelligence, and materials science to discuss the current state of research as well as rising trends and direction for future research in the area of mechanics of slender structures with particular emphasis on intelligent vibration control and the creation of systems with damage awareness in the modern high-rise vertical transportation environment.

It is organized jointly with the Institute of Physics and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, supported by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The first two meetings took place in 2004 and 2006 in Northampton. The third event, the MoSS 2008 conference, was organized in collaboration with the ASME Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound in Baltimore , U.S.A. This was followed by the MoSS2010 event which was organized and took place in San Sebastian, Spain. Most recently, the MoSS2013 event was organized in Harbin, China, hosted by Harbin Institute of Technology. The proceedings are available online.

Jointly with the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Lifts Group, he initiated a new conference series: the Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies. This symposium has become an annual event, which brings together experts from within the field of vertical transportation (VT) with peer-reviewed papers on the subject of their research being presented and published.

Publications

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2015

  1. Hassan, A., Torres Pérez, A., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Picton, P. (2015) Active vibration control for a Free Piston Stirling Engine generator using a voice coil actuator. MM (Modern Machinery) Science Journal. March(2015), pp. 547-554. 1803-1269.
  2. Balthazar, J. M., Gonçalves, P. B., Kaczmarczyk, S., Fenili, A., Silveira, M. and Navarro, I. H., (eds.) (2015) Dynamics and Control of Technical Systems. Pfaffikon, Switzerland : Trans Tech Publications Inc. 9783038353539.

2014

  1. Hassan, A., Torres-Perez, A., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Picton, P. (2014) Active vibration control strategies for a Free Piston Stirling Engine generator. In: Mechatronics - Mechatronika (ME) 2014 16th International Conference. Picastaway, N.J.: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 9788021448179. pp. 381-387.
  2. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Mirhadizadeh, S. (2014) Computer simulation model of a lift car assembly with an active tuned mass damper. In: Kaczmarczyk, S. and Peters, R. (eds.) Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies: Volume 4. Northampton, UK: The University of Northampton, CIBSE Lifts Group. 2052-7225. pp. 99-104.
  3. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Elevator technology: an introduction to elevator system engineering. Invited Keynote presented to: VIII Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Rio Grande do Sul Seminar – SEEMI and VI Materials and Industrial Processes Seminar, Feevale University, Novo Hamburgo, Brazil, 04-07 November 2014. (Unpublished)
  4. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) From deep underground to high-rise elevation: a ‘vertical journey’ in applied dynamics. Invited Presentation presented to: Seminar, Universidade Feevale, Brazil, 21 March 2014. (Unpublished)
  5. Herrera, I., Su, H. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Influence of the load occupancy ratio on the dynamic response of an elevator car system. Applied Mechanics and Materials. 706, pp. 128-136. 1662-7482.
  6. Mirhadizadeh, S. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Mathematical modelling and computer simulation of nonlinear behaviour of a hoisting cable system. Paper presented to: ICNPAA 2014 World Congress: 10th International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Sciences, Narvik, Norway, 15-18 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  7. Herrera, I., Su, H. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Modeling and estimation of damping and stiffness characteristics of lift passengers. In: Sivasundaram, S. (ed.) 10th International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Sciences: ICNPAA 2014. Melville, NY: AIP Publishing LLC. 9780735412767. pp. 395-402.
  8. Herrera, I., Su, H. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Modelling and estimation of the damping and stiffness characteristics of lift passengers. Paper presented to: ICNPAA 2014 World Congress: 10th International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Sciences, Narvik University, Norway, 15-18 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  9. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Modelling and numerical simulation of vertical transportation systems. Paper presented to: ICNPAA 2014 World Congress: 10th International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Sciences, Narvik University, Norway, 15-18 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  10. Sánchez Crespo, R., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Su, H. (2014) Modelling and simulation of a nonstationary high-rise elevator system to predict the dynamic interactions between its components. In: Kaczmarczyk, S. and Peters, R. (eds.) Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies: Volume 4. Northampton, UK: The University of Northampton, CIBSE Lifts Group. 2052-7225. pp. 175-182.
  11. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Mirhadizadeh, S. (2014) Modelling, simulation and experimental validation of nonlinear dynamic interactions in an aramid rope system. Applied Mechanics and Materials. 706, pp. 117-127. 1662-7482.
  12. Sánchez Crespo, R., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Picton, P. (2014) The coupled nonlinear dynamics of a lift system. Paper presented to: ICNPAA 2014 World Congress: 10th International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Sciences, Narvik University, Norway, 15-18 July 2014. (Unpublished)
  13. Sánchez Crespo, R., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Su, H. (2014) The coupled nonlinear dynamics of a lift system. In: 10th International Conference on Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Aerospace and Sciences: ICNPAA 2014. Melville, NY: AIP Publishing LLC. 9780735412767. pp. 245-252.
  14. Kwiatkowski, R., Kaczmarczyk, S., Salter, C. and Mulhern, L. (2014) The development of a low to mid-rise energy efficient, green lift system. In: Kaczmarczyk, S. and Peters, R. (eds.) Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies: Volume 4. Northampton, UK: The University of Northampton, CIBSE Lifts Group. 2052-7225. pp. 127-132.
  15. Arrasate, X., Kaczmarczyk, S., Almandoz, G., Abete, J. M. and Isasa, I. (2014) The modelling, simulation and experimental testing of the dynamic responses of an elevator system. Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing. 42(1-2), pp. 258-282. 0888-3270.
  16. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) The prediction and analysis of dynamic behaviour and vibrations of lift systems. Invited Presentation presented to: 6th European Lift Congress Heilbronn 2014, Stuttgart, Germany, 07-08 October 2014. (Unpublished)
  17. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2014) Vibration problems and quality of ride in elevator systems. Workshop presented to: VIII Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Rio Grande do Sul Seminar – SEEMI and VI Materials and Industrial Processes Seminar, Feevale University, Novo Hamburgo, Brazil, 04-07 November 2014. (Unpublished)

2013

  1. Sánchez Crespo, R., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P., Su, H. and Jetter, M. (2013) Modelling and simulation of a high-rise elevator system to predict the dynamic interactions between its components. Symposium presented to: 3rd Symposium on Lift and Escalator Technologies 2013, Northampton, UK, 26-27 September 2013.
  2. Kaczmarczyk, S., Mirhadizadeh, S., Picton, P., Salamaliki-Simpson, R. and Turner, S. J. (2013) Modelling, simulation and experimental validation of nonlinear dynamic interactions in an aramid rope system. In: Dimitrovová, Z. (ed.) 11th Biennial International Conference on Vibration Problems (ICOVP-2013) Conference Proceedings. ICOVP.
  3. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2013) The dynamics of vertical transportation systems. Invited Presentation presented to: Seminar, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 11 December 2013. (Unpublished)
  4. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Picton, P. (2013) The prediction of nonlinear responses and active stiffness control of moving slender continua subjected to dynamic loadings in a vertical host structure. International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration. 18(1), pp. 39-44. 1027-5851.

2012

  1. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2012) The nonstationary, nonlinear dynamic interactions in slender continua deployed in high-rise vertical transportation systems in the modern built environment. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 382(1) 1742-6588.

2011

  1. Picton, P. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2011) A software tool for calculating the relative amplitude of ultrasonic waves at boundaries. In: Crocker, M. J., Pawelczyk, M. and Ivanov, N. (eds.) Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Sound and Vibration. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Curran Associates Inc. 9781618392596. pp. 2263-2270.
  2. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2011) Nonlinear sway and active stiffness control of long moving ropes in high-rise vertical transportation systems. In: Náprstek, J., Horáček, J., Okrouhlík, M., Marvalová, B., Verhulst, F. and Sawicki, J. T. (eds.) Vibration Problems ICOVP 2011: The 10th International Conference on Vibration Problems. Dordrecht; Heidelberg; London; New York: Springer. 9789400720688 print, 9789400720695 online. pp. 183-188. [Springer Proceedings in Physics; 139]
  3. Andrew, J. P. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2011) Systems Engineering of Elevators. Mobile, Alabama: Elevator World. 1886536953, 9781886536951.
  4. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Picton, P. (2011) The prediction of nonlinear responses and active stiffness control of moving slender continua subjected to dynamic loadings in a vertical host structure. In: Crocker, M. J., Ivanov, N. and Pawelczyk, M. (eds.) Proceedings of the 18th International Congress on Sound and Vibration. Rio de Jainero, Brazil: Curran Associates Inc. 9781618392596. pp. 2767-2774.

2010

  1. Arrasate, X., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Abete, J. M. (2010) A simulation model of the vertical dynamics of an elevator system. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structure (MoSS 2010). 9788460811009.
  2. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2010) Conference on the Mechanics of Slender Structures (MoSS 2010). Elevator World. LVIII(2), pp. 20-24. 0013-6158.
  3. Herrera, I., Su, H. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2010) Investigation into the damping and stiffness characteristics of an elevator car system. Applied Mechanics and Materials. 24-25, pp. 77-82. 1660-9336.
  4. Terumichi, Y., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Sogabe, K. (2010) Numerical approach for flexible body motion with time-varying length and large displacement using multiple time scales. In: Proceedings of the 1st Joint International Conference on Multibody System Dynamics.
  5. Adams, J. P., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2010) Problem solving and creativity in engineering: conclusions of a phenomenographic study of novices and professionals. Paper presented to: University of Northampton Learning and Teaching Conference: Learning Dialogues, University of Northampton, UK, 13 May 2010. (Unpublished)
  6. Adams, J. P., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2010) Problem solving and creativity in engineering: conclusions of a three year PBL project involving reusable learning objects and robots. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education (ICEE 2010). 1562-3580.
  7. Adams, J. P., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2010) Problem solving and creativity in engineering: conclusions of a three year project involving reusable learning objects and robots. Paper presented to: Engineering Education 2010 (EE 2010), Aston University, Birmingham, England, 06-08 July 2010. (Unpublished)
  8. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2010) The development of a new advanced passenger / goods lift system (feasibility study for ACE Lifts Ltd). (Unpublished)
  9. Kaczmarczyk, S., Iwankiewicz, R. and Terumichi, Y. (2010) The responses of long moving vertical ropes and cables subjected to dynamic loading due to the host structure sway. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structure (MoSS 2010). San Sebastian, Spain: University of Mondragon. 9788460811009. pp. 1-10.

2009

  1. Terumichi, Y., Takehara, S., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Sogabe, K. (2009) Absolute nodal coordinate formulation for flexible bodies with time-varying length using multiple nonlinear time scales. In: Proceedings of the 1st African Conference on Computational Mechanics (AfriCOMP2009).
  2. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) Boulby Mine manshaft rope hoist dynamic analysis. (Submitted)
  3. Zhu, W. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) Conference on the Mechanics of Slender Structures (MoSS2008). Elevator World. LVII(2), pp. 20-24. 0013-6158.
  4. Emory, B., Zhu, W. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) Modal testing and modeling of a simplified elevator system. In: Proceedings of the 27th Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics 2009 (IMAC XXVII). New York, USA: Curran Associates, Inc.. 9781605609614.
  5. Adams, J. P., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2009) Problem solving and creativity in engineering: perceptions of novices and professionals. In: Ao, S. I., Douglas, C., Grundfest, W. S. and Burgstone, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering and Computer Science 2009, Vol. 1. Hong Kong: Newswood Limited. 9789881701268.
  6. Herrera, I. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) The assessment of vibration absorption capacity of elevator's passengers. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 181, 012081. 1742-6588.
  7. Kaczmarczyk, S., Iwankiewicz, R. and Terumichi, Y. (2009) The dynamic behaviour of a non-stationary elevator compensating rope system under harmonic and stochastic excitations. Journal of Physics: Conference Series. 181, 012047. 1742-6588.
  8. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) The non-stationary dynamics and vibrations of moving slender continua in vertical transportation systems. Seminar Presentation presented to: Engineering Research Seminar Series, Southampton, 17 November 2009. (Unpublished)
  9. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) The prediction and analysis of the dynamic responses of compensating ropes in freedom tower elevator system. (Submitted)
  10. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2009) The prediction and analysis of the dynamic responses of governor ropes in freedom tower elevator system. (Submitted)

2008

  1. Smith, R. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2008) Actively damped tension member. USA. 16 May 2008. Patent number 60/938,305.
  2. Wood, E., Kaczmarczyk, S., Stonnell, M. and Zaid, M. (2008) Conveying of granular material using a periodically forced oscillator with dry friction. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Noise and Vibration Engineering (ISMA 2008). ISMA.
  3. Kaczmarczyk, S., Iwankiewicz, R. and Terumichi, Y. (2008) Dynamic response of elevator compensating ropes in buildings under wind loading. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structure (MoSS 2008).
  4. Smith, R. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2008) Method and apparatus to minimize compensation rope sway in elevators. USA. 15 September 2008. Patent number 60/972,495.
  5. Taniuch, T., Terumichi, Y., Sogabe, K., Takehara, S. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2008) Motion and control of a tethered system with fluid drag. In: Proceedings of the 4th Asian Conference on Multibody Dynamics.
  6. Adams, J. P., Turner, S. J., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2008) Problem solving and creativity for undergraduate engineers: findings of an action research project involving robots. In: UNSPECIFIED International Network for Engineering Education & Research (iNEER).
  7. Adams, J. P., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2008) Problem solving and creativity in engineering: findings of interviews with experts and novices. In: UNSPECIFIED International Network for Engineering Education & Research (iNEER).
  8. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2008) The dynamic response of elevator compensating ropes in high-rise buildings. In: Proceedings of ELEVCON 2008. Elevator Technology. pp. 178-186.
  9. Aierbe, X. A., Abete, J. M. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2008) The simulation model of the vertical dynamics and control of an elevator system. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Mechanics of Slender Structure (MoSS 2008).

2007

  1. Aierbe, X. A., Abete, J. M. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) Distributed longitudinal vibration model of a lift system including the machine dynamics. In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Experiments/Process/System Modelling/Simulation & Optimization. Athens, Greece: University of Patras. 9605300907.
  2. Chandrashekar, G., Kaczmarczyk, S., Maguire, M. and Smith, S. (2007) Identification of the modal parameters of a composite aramid suspension system. In: Proceedings of the 3rd ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Smart Structures and Materials. Gdansk, Poland: IFFM Publishers. 9788388237027. pp. 67-68.
  3. Adams, J. P., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Demian, P. (2007) Improving problem solving and encouraging creativity in engineering undergraduates. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering Education. New York: Springer. 9789728855141.
  4. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) Inaugural Lift Engineering School. Elevatori. 36(1), pp. 32-35. 1121-7995.
  5. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) Machine beam vibration analysis. Report submitted to ThyssenKrupp Corporation, 31 May 2007 (Unpublished)
  6. Smith, R. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) Method and apparatus to minimize compensation rope sway through tendon control in elevators. USA. 14 September 2007. Patent number 60/972,506.
  7. Maguire, M., Kaczmarczyk, S., Adams, J. P. and Smith, R. (2007) Modal parameters of a lift suspension system. Elevatori. 36(6), pp. 68-75. 1121-7995.
  8. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) The dynamics of material handling and lift systems. Lecture presented to: Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey, 10 April 2007. (Unpublished)
  9. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) The prediction and analysis of the dynamic responses of compensating ropes in the Chicago Spire residential elevator system. Report submitted to ThyssenKrupp Corporation, 25 July 2007 (Unpublished)
  10. Kawaguti, K., Terumichi, Y., Takehara, S., Kaczmarczyk, S. and Sogabe, K. (2007) The study of the tether motion with time-varying length using the absolute nodal coordinate formulation with multiple nonlinear time scales. Journal of System Design and Dynamics. 1(3), pp. 491-500. 1881-3046.
  11. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Chandrashekar, G. (2007) Turbo track analysis: resonance frequencies of the pallet assembly. Report submitted to ThyssenKrupp Corporation, 21 December 2007 (Unpublished)
  12. Chandrashekar, G. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2007) Vibration testing of an elevator aramid suspension system. Report submitted to ThyssenKrupp Corporation, 30th June 2007 (Unpublished)

2006

  1. Samamaliki-Simpson, R., Kaczmarczyk, S., Picton, P. and Turner, S. J. (2006) Non-linear modal interactions in a suspension rope system with time-varying length. Applied Mechanics and Materials. 5-6, pp. 217-224. 1660-9336.

2005

  1. Kaczmarczyk, S. (2005) Prediction of the influence of vibration on structural integrity of elevator suspension ropes. Key Engineering Materials. 293-294, pp. 761-768. 1013-9826.

2003

  1. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Ostachowicz, W. (2003) Transient vibration phenomena in deep mine hoisting cables. Part 1: Mathematical model. Journal of Sound and Vibration. 262(2), pp. 219-244. 1095-8568.
  2. Kaczmarczyk, S. and Ostachowicz, W. (2003) Transient vibration phenomena in deep mine hoisting cables. Part 2: Numerical simulation of the dynamic response. Journal of Sound and Vibration. 262(2), pp. 245-289. 1095-8568.

2001

  1. Ostachowicz, W. and Kaczmarczyk, S. (2001) Vibrations of composite plates with SMA fibres in a gas stream with defects of the type of delamination. Composite Structures. 54(2-3), pp. 305-311. 0263-8223.
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