Dr Heyes is a Reader in Heat Transfer in the Mechanical Engineering Department with research interests in experimental thermofluids. He is also Director for Education for the Energy Futures Laboratory.
Andy Heyes is a graduate of the University of Manchester, where he received a B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours) an M.Sc and a Ph.D for research concerning the development/application of optical methods for high speed aerodynamics.
Before coming to Imperial College London, Andy worked with Rolls Royce plc and British Aerospace (Military Aircraft Division Warton).
Andy is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of The Institution of Mechanical Engineers. He is a memeber of the IMechE Thermofluid Mechanics Committee and the UK Heat Transfer Committee.
et al., 2013, High resolution erosion detection in thermal barrier coatings using photoluminescent layers, Surface & Coatings Technology, Vol:232, ISSN:0257-8972, Pages:116-122
Pilgrim CC, Feist JP, Heyes AL, 2013, On the effect of temperature gradients and coating translucence on the accuracy of phosphor thermometry, Measurement Science and Technology, Vol:24, ISSN:0957-0233
et al., 2013, High-speed planar thermometry and velocimetry using thermographic phosphor particles, Applied Physics B-lasers and Optics, Vol:111, ISSN:0946-2171, Pages:155-160
Heyes AL, Rabhiou A, Kempf A, 2013, Oxidation of Divalent Rare Earth Phosphors for Thermal History Sensing, Sensors and Actuators B-chemical, Vol:177, Pages:124-130
Pilgrim CC, Heyes AL, Feist JP, 2014, Thermal History Sensors for Non-Destructive Temperature Measurements in Harsh Environments, 10th International Conference on Barkhausen and Micro-Magnetics (ICBM), AMER INST PHYSICS, Pages:1609-1616, ISSN:0094-243X