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Garry Lyons
Adjunct Associate Professor, Mechanical & Manuf. Eng

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Van Loocke M, Lyons CG, Simms CK, Viscoelastic properties of passive skeletal muscle in compression: cyclic behaviour, Journal of Biomechanics, 42, (8), 2009, p1038-1048 Journal Article, 2009 TARA - Full Text

Kelly K., Lyons G., Bennett G., Killeen E., Further Experiences in CDIO Implentation, 25th International Manufacturing Conference, Dublin Institute of Technology, 03/09/2008, edited by Robert Simpson , 2008, pp323 - 331 Conference Paper, 2008 TARA - Full Text

Bennett G., Lyons G., Kelly K., Implementation of a CDIO compliant syllabus in a large engineering programme, 25th International Manufacturing Conference, Dublin Institute of Technology, 03/09/2008, edited by Robert Simpson , 2008, pp315 - 322 Conference Paper, 2008 TARA - Full Text

Kelly, K., Lyons, C.G., Implementing CDIO: Some Experiences and Results, 24th International Manufacturing Conference, Waterford, 29th-31st August 200, edited by Phelan, J. , 2007, pp209 - 220 Conference Paper, 2007 TARA - Full Text

M Van Loocke, C Simms, G Lyons, Three Dimensional Passive Properties of Muscle Tissue in Compression, Solid Mechanics and its Applications, IUTAM Symposium on Impact Biomechanics: From Fundamental Insights to Applications, Dublin, August 2005, edited by M D Gilchrist , 124, Springer, 2005, pp313 - 320 Conference Paper, 2005

C.G.Lyons, Designing the Teaching of Engineering Design, IMC22- 22nd Intl Manufacturing Conference , Dublin, 31st August-2nd Sept, edited by J. Vickery , 2005, pp251 - 260 Conference Paper, 2005

J. R. Britton, C. G. Lyons and P. J. Prendergast, Measurement of the Relative Motion Between an Implant and Bone under Cyclic Loading, Strain, 40, 2004, p193 - 202 Journal Article, 2004

Prendergast P, Britton J, Lennon A, Maher S, Lyons C G, McCormack B, Experimental Studies for Pre-clinical Testing of the Longevity of Cemented Hip Prostheses, European Society of Biomechanics Symposium, The Netherlands, 2004 Conference Paper, 2004

SOUTHERN, WR, LYONS, CG, THE STUDY OF A PASSIVE ACCOMMODATION DEVICE IN ROBOTIC INSERTION PROCESSES, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, 124, 2002, p261 - 266 Journal Article, 2002

MAHER, SA, PRENDERGAST, PJ, LYONS, CG, MEASUREMENT OF THE MIGRATION OF A CEMENTED HIP PROSTHESIS IN AN IN VITRO TEST, CLINICAL BIOMECHANICS, 16, 2001, p307 - 314 Journal Article, 2001

C G Lyons, C Brady, C Simms , Rear Impact Inflicted TMJ Injury, Proc of 1998 IRCOBI Conf , 1998 Intl IRCOBI Conf on the biodynamics of impact, Goteburg Sweden, 1998, 1998, pp221 - 230 Conference Paper, 1998

Lyons C G, Brady C, Temporomandibular Joint Disorder & its Association with Whiplash, The International Whiplash Conference, Bristol , 1997, pp139 - 151 Conference Paper, 1997

LYONS, CG, SIMPLE EQUATION OF STATE FOR DENSE FLUIDS, JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR LIQUIDS, 69, 1996, p269 - 281 Journal Article, 1996

McDermott A, Lyons C G, A Knowledge Based System for the Selection of Cutting Tools, 12th Conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee , Cork, Sept 1995, UCC , 1995, pp1001 - 1008 Conference Paper, 1995

SCAIFE, WG, LYONS, CG, DENSITY AND DIELECTRIC POLARIZABILITY OF N-ALKANE LIQUIDS, BERICHTE DER BUNSEN-GESELLSCHAFT-PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS, 94, 1990, p758 - 765 Journal Article, 1990

LYONS, CG, SCAIFE, WG, A GENERALIZED TAIT EQUATION AS A MEANS OF INTER COMPARISON OF MEASURED (P,P,T) DATA OF HYDROCARBON LIQUIDS, PHYSICA B & C, 139, 1986, p113 - 115 Journal Article, 1986

SCAIFE, WGS, LYONS, CGR, DIELECTRIC BEHAVIOR OF FREEZING NORMAL-DECANE AND NORMAL-PENTADECANE, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS, 17, 1985, p623 - 634 Journal Article, 1985

SCAIFE, WG, LYONS, CGR, AN EQUATION OF STATE BASED ON MEASUREMENTS OF RELATIVE DIELECTRIC PERMITTIVITY, JOURNAL OF PHYSICS D-APPLIED PHYSICS, 16, 1983, p39 - 52 Journal Article, 1983

Research Expertise

Projects

  • Title
    • The Mechanical Properties of Mammalian Skeletal Tissue
  • Summary
    • The mechanical properties of biological soft tissues are presently poorly classified. Muscle tissue presents difficulties due to its active and passive components, non-linearity, viscoelasticity and anisotropy. Muscle is subject to large deformations and is thus not represented by classical linear elasticity. Furthermore, parameters such as age, gender and species are also influential. The project will determine the mechanical properties of human muscle as a function of these variables and so allow better models to be developed. This will aid the topic of impact biomechanics.
  • Funding Agency
    • PRTLI

Keywords

Bioengineering; Computer-Aided Engineering; Design Engineering; Engineering Design; Human Factors in Engineering; Precision Engineering; PRECLINICAL TEST; Production Engineering; PVT PROPERTIES

Recognition

Representations

Secretary, organising committee & joint editor IMC 1. First conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee 1984

Organising Committee member & joint editor IMC VII. Seventh Conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee 1990

Organising committee member & joint editor IMC XII. Twelfth Conference of the Irish Manufacturing Committee 1997

Committee member,Irish Manufacturing Committee 1997 - present

Awards and Honours

Fellow Royal Society Arts Manufacturers

Memberships

Member of Royal Academy of Medicine in ireland