Dr Michael Kaye
Residual stress arises due to mismatch in strains and is the self-equilibrating internal stress existing in a free body when no external tractions are applied. Residual stresses can become apparent when the component has an unexpectedly short in-service life or distortion after material removal.
- Residual stress
- Mechanical properties
- Finite element simulations
- Micro-mechanics modelling
- MEng Hons. in Mechanical Engineering
- PhD in Mechanical Engineering