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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor D Nowell
Organisation: Imperial College London
Department: Dept of Mechanical Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Electric Motor & Drive Systems Eng. Dynamics & Tribology
Heat & Mass Transfer Materials testing & eng.

Current EPSRC Support
EP/R004951/1 Cornerstone: Mechanical Engineering Science to Enable Aero Propulsion Futures(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/J019992/1 QUBE: QUasi-Brittle fracture: a 3D Experimentally-validated approach(C)
EP/F026226/1 Structural Integrity of Components with Deep Compressive Residual Stresses(P)
EP/E058337/1 A Predictive Approach to Modelling Frictional Joint Performance (PAMFJP)(P)
EP/E016111/1 Contact evolution based fretting fatigue prediction(C)
EP/C008847/1 FaME38 - Exploitation and Development of the Joint Support Facility for Materials Engineering at the ILL-ESRF as a UK Collaborative Research Group(C)
GR/T10541/01 Reliable Measurement of Residual Stress in Large Engineering Components(C)
GR/R48162/01 MPE: Advanced stress analysis by laboratory x-ray diffraction(C)
GR/N11049/01 ENHANCED LIFE PREDICTION FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL FATIGUE CRACKS(P)
GR/L90217/01 JREI:ENHANCEMENT OF FRETTING FATIGUE TEST FACILITIES(P)
GR/L32453/01 FAST CRACK GROWTH IN AIRCRAFT AND AEROENGINE STRUCTURES(P)
GR/K87913/01 MODELLING OF CRACK-TIP PLASTICITY USING THE EIGENSTRAIN METHOD(P)
GR/K75507/01 SURFACE ENGINEERING - MEASUREMENT OF RESIDUAL STRESS BY CRACK COMPLIANCE TECHNIQUES(C)
GR/L19942/01 SURFACE ENGINEERING - MEASUREMENT OF RESIDUAL STRESS BY CRACK COMPLIANCE TECHNIQUES(C)
GR/J53942/01 CRACK SHAPE AND SEVERITY ASSESSMENT FOR SURFACE TREATED COMPONENTS; AN NDT TOOL(C)
GR/G57536/01 AN INVESTIGATION OF CRACK INITIATION AND SELF ARREST IN FRETTING FATIGUE(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator