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RA1 and RA2: Staff and output details

Staff name : Atkinson, HV
Staff identifier : 226450
Research groups :
B - High Performance Metallics and Process Modelling
Outputs :


Anomalous Rheological Behaviour of Semi-Solid Alloy Slurries at Low Shear Rates
Location : Materials Science and Engineering A
Volume No : A232
Pagination : 110-118
Year : 1997
ISBN/ISSN : 0921-5093
Co-authors : A R A McLelland (external, supervised author), N G Henderson (external), D H Kirkwood
Type : Journal article
Output number : 1
Research group : High Performance Metallics and Process Modelling
Other details :  Analysis of anomalous rheological behaviour at low shear rates providing evidence of rapid breakdown of slurry, a phenomenon important in commercial thixoforming. HVA supervised the research students (ARAM and NGH).


Application of the Generalized Pareto Distribution to the Estimation of the Size of the Maximum Inclusion in Clean Steels
Location : Acta Materialia
Volume No : 47(5)
Pagination : 1455-68
Year : 1999
ISBN/ISSN : 1359-6454
Co-authors : G Shi(supervised author), C M Sellars, C W Anderson
Type : Journal article
Output number : 2
Research group : High Performance Metallics and Process Modelling
Other details :  New statistical method for predicting maximum size of inclusion in a large volume of steel from observations in small volume; a major issue for steel makers and steel users. HVA leads this major interdisciplinary project, GS is the postdoc employed, CMS provides design insight and CWA the statistical expertise.


Precision of Methods Using Statistics of Extremes for the Estimation of the Maximum Inclusion Size in Clean Steels
Location : Acta Materialia
Volume No : 48(17)
Pagination : 4235-4246
Year : 2000
ISBN/ISSN : 1359-6454
Co-authors : G Shi(supervised author), C W Anderson, C M Sellars
Type : Journal article
Output number : 3
Research group : High Performance Metallics and Process Modelling
Other details :  Analysis of errors in conventional and new statistical methods (see HVA2), highlighted fundamental flaws in the conventional methods. The strength of the new method lies in its potential application for design of engineering components. HVA leads this interdisciplinary team; GS is a postdoc, CWA provides statistical expertise and CMS contributes insight into design aspects. There is likely to be major impact from this work as it enables quantitative prediction of fatigue based on the occurrence of the inclusion most likely to cause failure.


Wettability of Silica Substrates by Silver-Copper Based Brazing Alloys in Vacuo
Location : J American Ceramic Society
Volume No : 83
Pagination : 2913-2918
Year : 2000
ISBN/ISSN : 0002-7820
Co-authors : J Lopez-Cuevas (external, supervised author), H Jones
Type : Journal article
Output number : 4
Research group : High Performance Metallics and Process Modelling
Other details :  Results which could account for adverse effect on wetting of high temperature silica films formed on the surface of SiC. Extensive cracks in the alpha-cristobalite layer at the surface of devitrified fused quartz obstruct wetting and spreading. This finding is of importance for the brazing of engineering ceramics by "active metal" brazing alloys.

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