Trevor Lindley came to Imperial College in 1994 after working in the Centre des Materiaux at Ecole des Mines de Paris.
He had previously worked for the Power Generation Companies, Central Electricity Generating Board and National Power.
The main theme of Professor Lindley's research is the relation between microstructure and mechanical behaviour.
et al., 2018, Slip transfer and deformation structures resulting from the low cycle fatigue of near-alpha titanium alloy Ti-6242Si, International Journal of Plasticity, Vol:100, ISSN:0749-6419, Pages:90-103
et al., 2017, Alloying effects on oxidation mechanisms in polycrystalline Co-Ni base superalloys, Corrosion Science, Vol:116, ISSN:0010-938X, Pages:44-52
et al., 2016, Hydride reorientation in Zircaloy-4 examined by in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction, Journal of Nuclear Materials, Vol:478, ISSN:0022-3115, Pages:32-41
et al., 2016, Understanding the "blue spot" Sodium chloride hot salt stress-corrosion cracking in titanium-6246 during fatigue testing at low pressure, Engineering Failure Analysis, Vol:61, ISSN:1350-6307, Pages:2-20
et al., 2016, Embrittlement of alloy 625 and effect of remedial treatments, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part L-journal of Materials-design and Applications, Vol:230, ISSN:1464-4207, Pages:328-331