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Composites and Coatings Group

Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy

Studying at Cambridge

 

2010 Papers

Clyne, T. W., S. R. Pemberton, et al. (2010). "The Fracture Energy of Metal Fibre Reinforced Ceramic Composites (MFCs)." Composites Science and Technology In-Press.

Dean, J., G. Aldrich-Smith, et al. (2010). "Use of Nanoindentation to Measure Residual Stresses in Surface Layers." Acta Materialia 59(7): 2749-2761.

Dean, J., H. J.Robinson, et al. (2010). "Cell Adhesion to Titania-based Surfaces using Accelerated Buoyancy Forces:  Part II – Stress Fields and Mode Mix during the Test." Biomaterials submitted.

Dean, J., J. M. Wheeler, et al. (2010). "Use of Quasi-Static Nanoindentation Data to Obtain Stress-Strain Characteristics for Metallic Materials." Acta Materialia 58: 3613-3623.

Robinson, H. J., A. E. Markaki, et al. (2010). "Cell Adhesion to Titania-based Surfaces using Accelerated Buoyancy Forces:  Part I – Experimental." Biomaterials submitted.

Dunleavy, C., J. Curran, et al. (2010). "Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation of Aluminium Networks to form a Metal-cored Ceramic Composite Hybrid Material." Comp. Sci. & Tech. under review.

Clyne, T. W., S. R. Pemberton, et al. (2010). "The Fracture Energy of Metal Fibre Reinforced Ceramic Composites (MFCs)." Composites Science and Technology In-Press.

Dean, J., G. Aldrich-Smith, et al. (2010). "Use of Nanoindentation to Measure Residual Stresses in Surface Layers." Acta Materialia 59(7): 2749-2761.

Dean, J., H. J. Robinson, et al. (2010). "Cell Adhesion to Titania-based Surfaces using Accelerated Buoyancy Forces:  Part II – Stress Fields and Mode Mix during the Test." Biomaterials submitted.

Dean, J., J. M. Wheeler, et al. (2010). "Use of Quasi-Static Nanoindentation Data to Obtain Stress-Strain Characteristics for Metallic Materials." Acta Materialia 58: 3613-3623.

Robinson, H. J., A. E. Markaki, et al. (2010). "Cell Adhesion to Titania-based Surfaces using Accelerated Buoyancy Forces:  Part I – Experimental." Biomaterials submitted.

Dunleavy, C., J. Curran, et al. (2010). "Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation of Aluminium Networks to form a Metal-cored Ceramic Composite Hybrid Material." Comp. Sci. & Tech. under review.