Dr Catrin Mair Davies is a Reader in Structural Integrity of Alloys within the Mechanics of Materials Division at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London. She was awarded an EPSRC Career Acceleration Fellowship (2010-2015) in partnership with EDF Energy and E.ON. She manages the High Temperature Centre at Imperial and in total has over 80 publications relating to experimental testing and finite element modelling of creep deformation, damage, creep crack initiation and growth, low-cycle fatigue, weld simulations, prediction and measurement of residual stresses and failure analyses. Her research has been incorporated into industrial codes and testing standards.
Davies CM, 2009, Predicting creep crack initiation in austenitic and ferritic steels using the creep toughness parameter and time-dependent failure assessment diagram, Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures, Vol:32, ISSN:8756-758X, Pages:820-836
et al., 2009, The influence of test duration and geometry on the creep crack initiation and growth behaviour of 316H steel, Materials Science and Engineering A - Structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing, Vol:510-11, ISSN:0921-5093, Pages:202-206