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Antonino Squillace

Member of the Academic Senate Full ProfessorING-IND/16
Telefono ufficio: +39 0817682555 Sito web: Web Docenti

Informazioni biografiche

1. Ph.D. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II “Tecnologie e Sistemi di Produzione”
2. Laurea in Ingegneria Meccanica conseguita presso l’ Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Professional Experiences
1. Fiat Auto, Direzione Tecnica, Funzione Autoveicolo, Sistemi di Comando: Progettista di Impianti sterzanti servoassistiti elettricamente, dal 02/11/1998 al 02/04/1999.
2. Dipartimento di Ingegneria dei Materiali e della Produzione dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: incarico di prestazione d’opera di natura tecnica dal 16/11/2001 al 16/06/2002.
3. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: Ricercatore Universitario in “Tecnologie e Sistemi di Lavorazione” (S.S.D. ING-IND/16); dal 02/11/2002 al 16/12/2011 (confermato nel 2006).
4. Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II: Professore Associato in “Tecnologie e Sistemi di Lavorazione” (S.C. 09-B1, S.S.D. ING-IND/16); dal 16/12/2011.
5. Socio della “Associazione Italiana Tecnologia Meccanica”
6. Socio della “Coordinamento della Meccanica Italiana”
7. Componente del Senato Accademico dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
8. Responsabile della qualità per il corso di Laurea Magistrale in “Ingegneria Meccanica per la Progettazione e la Produzione” dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.
9. Membro dell’Editorial Board della rivista ISRN Metallurgy

1. TECNOLOGIE SPECIALI (9 cfu) presso il corso di Laurea Magistrale in “Ingegneria Meccanica per la Progettazione e la Produzione” dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, obbligatorio, I anno II semestre.
2. PRODUZIONE ASSISTITA DA CALCOLATORE (modulo da 3 cfu) presso il corso di Laurea Magistrale in “Ingegneria Meccanica per la Progettazione e la Produzione” dell’Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, a scelta, II anno I semestre.

Research areas
Study and development of both fusion and solid state innovative welding technique, Friction Stir Welding (FSW) and Laser Beam Welding (LBW). Micro and macro-structural, mechanical (static, dynamic and periodic) and electrochemical characterization of joints made in aluminum and titanium alloys with both above mentioned welding techniques in different geometrical configurations: butt, lap, T and corner joints.

Study and development of hot precision forming processes to make alloys near net shape components. Influence of temperature and cooling on microstructure and properties of both forged and hot stretch formed titanium components in both alpha and beta regions; blow forming of light alloys and influence of friction stir processing on the formability of raw material.

Structural health monitoring of metal components by means of sensor systems able to monitor both strain and open circuit potential. Detection of crack initiation and crack propagation in metal structures subjected to periodic stress conditions.

Study and development of joining of composites (both glass fiber reinforced plastics and fiber metal laminates) by means of mechanical fasteners. Determination of load capability of joints depending on fastener dimension, hole position with respect to edge distance, clearance or interference between hole and fastener, washer dimensions and clamping torque.

Study and development of titanium thermal oxidation in order to enhance wear properties of titanium and its alloys inducing the formation of the desired typology of titanium oxide. Microgeometrical, electrochemical and wear characterization of treated parts. Surface recovery and coating by means of cold gas dynamic spray.

Non destroying evaluation (NDE) of both materials and products by means of lock in thermography. NDE of composites materials: determination of correct fiber content and disposition; defects detection at different depth by varying the frequency of heat stimulation; fiber and matrix failure detection in hole surroundings in composites structures joined by means of mechanical fasteners. NDE of welded joints: control of thermal characteristics of different zone of the joints, above all weld seam and heat affected zone.

Recent Publications
• U. Prisco, A. Squillace, A. Astarita, C. Velotti, Influence of welding parameters and post-weld aging on tensile properties and fracture location of AA2139-T351 friction-stir-welded joints, MATERIALS RESEARCH, vol. 16 (5), pp. 1106-1112.
• A. Astarita, M. Durante, A. Langella, A. Squillace, Improving of steel superficial properties through thermal sprayed coatings, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SURFACE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING, vol. 7 (4), pp. 366-381.
• A. Astarita, M. Durante, A. Langella, A. Squillace, Elevation of tribological properties of alloy Ti 6% Al 4% V upon formation of a rutile layer on the surface, METAL SCIENCE AND HEAT TREATMENT, vol. 54 (11-12), pp. 662-666.

• A. Squillace, U. Prisco, S. Ciliberto, A. Astarita, Effect of welding parameters on morphology and mechanical properties of Ti-6Al-4V laser beam welded butt joints, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, vol. 212 (2), pp. 427-436.
• A. Astarita, A. Scala, V. Paradiso, A. Squillace, M. Iodice, M. Indolfi, T. Monetta, F. Bellucci, Health monitoring of metal structures: a new approach based on electrochemical measurements, SURFACE AND INTERFACE ANALYSIS, vol. 45 (10), pp. 1570-1574.
• A. Astarita, A. Squillace, A. Scala, A. Prisco, On the Critical Technological Issues of Friction Stir Welding T-Joints of Dissimilar Aluminum Alloys, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS ENGINEERING AND PERFORMANCE, vol. 21 (8), pp. 1763-1771.

• C. Bitondo, U. Prisco, A. Squillace, P. Buonadonna, G. Dionoro, Friction-Stir Welding of AA 2198 Butt Joints: Mechanical Characterization of the Process and of the Welds Through DOE Analysis, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY, vol. 53 (5), pp. 505-516.
• D.B. Mitton, A. Squillace, A. De Fenzo, C. Padovani, T. Monetta, G. Giorleo, P. Cozzolino, F. Bellucci, An overview of the critical technological issues relevant to the joining of light alloys for aerospace applications, CORROSION REVIEWS, vol. 25 (3), pp. 449-460.
• G. Campanile, A. Prisco, A. Squillace, C. Bitondo, G. Dionoro, P. Buonadonna, A. Tronci, L. Fratini, D. Palmeri, FSW of AA2139-T8 Butt joints for aeronautical applications, PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. PART L, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS, DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS, vol. 225 (2), pp. 87-102

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