Monchai Suraratchai (Ph.D.)


Aircraft Structure, Aviation Maintenance and Production, Aviation Safety

02 797 0999 ext. 1729

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Mechanical Engineering), Université Toulouse III, Toulouse, France (2006)
  • D.E.A. (Mechanical Engineering), ENSICA, Toulouse, France (2002)
  • Mastère Spécialisé (Aeronautical Maintenance and Production), ENSICA, Toulouse, France (2001)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical Engineering), Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (1997)
  • Eddy Current Testing Level I, KMUTT (2022)
  • Ultrasonic Testing Level I, KMUTT (2020)
  • Customised Aircraft Accident Investigation, Singapore Aviation Academy (2018)
  • Human Factors & Safety in Aircraft Maintenance, Kasetsart University (2012)
  • Operational Risk Management, Southern California Safety Institute, USA (2011)
  • Commercial Aspect of Aircraft Maintenance, EURESAS, France (2001)
  • Computational Structural Mechanics
  • Manufacturing Process for Aircraft Materials
  • Aircraft Maintenance Management
  • Aviation Safety


  • “Modeling the influence of machined surface roughness on the fatigue life of aluminium alloy”, International Journal of Fatigue, Volume 30, Issue 12, December 2008, Pages 2119-2126


  • “Determination of a local stress concentration induced by machining and its effect on fatigue life of an aluminum alloy”, JSTMM’08 (Monastir, Tunisie)
  • “Machining parameters effects on fatigue life of Aluminium alloy aeronautical parts”, Fatigue Design 2007 – International Conference on the respective input of the numerical simulation and the experimental approach in fatigue design (Senlis, France)
  • “Effect of Ribs Spacing and Lightening Hole on Composite Ribs using Finite Element Analysis”, In 3rd South East Asia Workshop on Aerospace Engineering (SAWAE 2018), Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand. 6-8 September, 2018
  • “Airport sustainability”, In The 3rd Southeast Asia Workshop on Aerospace Engineering. Bangkok. Thailand. 6-8 September, 2018
  • “Effect of work shift rotating on fatigue levels of aircraft mechanics in line maintenance”, In International Symposium on Sustainable Aviation (2021 ISSA). Bangkok (Hybrid), Thailand. 25-27 November 2021