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Research project

High temperature failure investigations in additively manufactured Inconel 718

Project overview

Additively manufactured nickel base superalloys are being actively evaluated, their response to cyclic loading and ways in which to engineer good structural responses are being evaluated


Lead researcher

Professor Philippa Reed


Research interests

  • Fatigue processes in additively manufactured high performance alloys
  • High temperature oxidation and creep fatigue processes in nickel based turbine disc and blade alloys
  • Fatigue mitigation and prediction approaches in turbine blades
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Other researchers

Dr Andrew Hamilton

Associate Professor
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Marie-Salome, Dani Duval-Chaneac, Nong Gao, R.H.U Khan, Michael Giles, K. Georgilas, Xiao Zhao & Philippa Reed, 2022, International Journal of Fatigue, 160(7)
Type: article
Marie-Salome, Dani Duval-Chaneac, Nong Gao, Raja Khan, M Giles, K Georgilas, Xiao Zhao & Philippa Reed, 2021, International Journal of Fatigue, 152
Type: article