Imperial College London

Dr Andy Heyes

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Mechanical Engineering

Visting Professor
 
 
 
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Contact

 

a.heyes Website

 
 
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Location

 

605City and Guilds BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

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.

Publications

Journals

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

Pilgrim CC, Berthier S, Feist JP, 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

Abram C, Fond B, Heyes AL, 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

Conference

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

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