Imperial College London

ProfessorFionnDunne

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Materials

Chair in Micromechanics
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 2884fionn.dunne

 
 
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Location

 

104Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Advanced Engineering Alloys - MATE97012

Aims

  • To address the properties, behaviour and processing of engineering alloys at the crystal level.
  • To examine state of the art industrially-relevant modelling methods at the continuum level for alloy processing and in-service performance
  • To examine polycrystal alloys at the crystal level and introduce crystal plasticity techniques for material behaviour (eg cold dwell fatigue) and processing (eg texture development.
  • To examine the fundamental quantitative factors that control stability, mechanical performance and damage accumulation under service conditions.
  • To ensure students can identify limiting material deformation mechanisms for specific applications of metals and appraise the integrity of such components

 

Role

Lecturer

Advanced Engineering Alloys - MATE97013

Aims

  • To address the properties, behaviour and processing of engineering alloys at the crystal level.
  • To examine state of the art industrially-relevant modelling methods at the continuum level for alloy processing and in-service performance
  • To examine polycrystal alloys at the crystal level and introduce crystal plasticity techniques for material behaviour (eg cold dwell fatigue) and processing (eg texture development.
  • To examine the fundamental quantitative factors that control stability, mechanical performance and damage accumulation under service conditions.
  • To ensure students can identify limiting material deformation mechanisms for specific applications of metals and appraise the integrity of such components

 

Role

Lecturer