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Research project

P Reed - Dislocation-Microstructure Interaction at a Crack Tip - In Search of a Driving Force


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

Professor Ian Sinclair

Professor of Engineering Materials
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Collaborating research institutes, centres and groups

Research outputs

Yuanguo Tan, Daniel John Bull, Rong Jiang, Angelos Evangelou, Somsubhro Chaudhuri, Sari Octaviani, Fabrice Pierron, Nong Gao, H. Toda, Ian Sinclair & Philippa Reed, 2021, Materials Science & Engineering: A, 805(140592)
Type: article
R. Jiang, Y.D. Song & P.A. Reed, 2020, International Journal of Fatigue, 141
Type: article
R. Jiang, D.J. Bull, A. Evangelou, A. Harte, F. Pierron, I. Sinclair, M. Preuss, X.T. Hu & P.A.S. Reed, 2018, International Journal of Fatigue, 114, 22-33
Type: article
Rong Jiang, Fabrice Pierron, Sari Octaviani & Philippa Reed, 2017, Materials Science & Engineering: A, 699, 128-144
Type: article
F. Farukh, L.G. Zhao, R. Jiang, P Reed, D Proprentner & B.A. Shollock, 2016, Computational Materials Science, 111, 395-405
Type: article