Ian Sinclair spends much of his time researching Composite material, Synchrotron radiation, Epoxy, Composite number and Microstructure. His research on Composite material frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Tomography. He interconnects Computed tomography and Forensic engineering in the investigation of issues within Synchrotron radiation.
His Epoxy research includes themes of Carbon fibers and Delamination. In his work, Finite element method, Mechanical load and Residual stress is strongly intertwined with Stress, which is a subfield of Composite number. His Microstructure research is classified as research in Metallurgy.
Ian Sinclair mainly investigates Composite material, Metallurgy, Crack closure, Microstructure and Fracture mechanics. His Composite material research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Finite element method, Synchrotron radiation and Computed tomography. His research investigates the connection with Synchrotron radiation and areas like Epoxy which intersect with concerns in Synchrotron, Stress, Ultimate tensile strength and Carbon fibers.
His Crack closure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mechanics and Plasticity. His work in the fields of Microstructure, such as Fractography, overlaps with other areas such as Differential scanning calorimetry. His Fracture mechanics research focuses on Toughness and how it connects with Fracture toughness.
His main research concerns Composite material, Tomography, Synchrotron, Ultimate tensile strength and Composite number. His Composite material research includes elements of Finite element method and Computed tomography. His Tomography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil water, Histology, Soft tissue and Damage mechanics.
His Synchrotron research incorporates elements of Soil science, Epoxy and Compaction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Carbon nanotube, Composite laminates, Synchrotron radiation and Stress concentration in addition to Ultimate tensile strength. His Composite number study also includes fields such as
Ian Sinclair mainly focuses on Composite material, Tomography, Ultimate tensile strength, Rhizosphere and Finite element method. His study in the field of Stress concentration, Crack closure, Toughness and Fracture mechanics is also linked to topics like Bridging. The Tomography study combines topics in areas such as Biopsy, Soft tissue, Biomedical engineering and Histology.
His Ultimate tensile strength study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Shear, Damage mechanics, Epoxy, Synchrotron and Composite number. He has included themes like Failure assessment, Fracture and Polymer in his Epoxy study. His studies deal with areas such as Fracture toughness, Carbon nanotube and Lamination as well as Finite element method.
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In situ fibre fracture measurement in carbon-epoxy laminates using high resolution computed tomography
A.E. Scott;Mark N. Mavrogordato;Peter Wright;I. Sinclair.
A 3D measurement procedure for internal local crack driving forces via synchrotron X-ray microtomography
H. Toda;I. Sinclair;J.-Y. Buffière;E. Maire.
Acta Materialia (2004)
3D damage characterisation and the role of voids in the fatigue of wind turbine blade materials
J. Lambert;A.R. Chambers;I. Sinclair;S.M. Spearing.
Composites Science and Technology (2012)
A comparison of multi-scale 3D X-ray tomographic inspection techniques for assessing carbon fibre composite impact damage
D.J. Bull;L. Helfen;I. Sinclair;S.M. Spearing.
Composites Science and Technology (2013)
Ultra High Resolution Computed Tomography of Damage in Notched Carbon Fiber—Epoxy Composites:
Peter Wright;X. Fu;I. Sinclair;S.M. Spearing.
Damage accumulation in a carbon/epoxy composite: Comparison between a multiscale model and computed tomography experimental results
A.E. Scott;I. Sinclair;S.M. Spearing;Alain Thionnet;Alain Thionnet.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2012)
Microstrucure and strengthening of Al–Li–Cu–Mg alloys and MMCs: II. Modelling of yield strength
M.J. Starink;P. Wang;I. Sinclair;P.J. Gregson.
Acta Materialia (1999)
The application of digital volume correlation (DVC) to study the microstructural behaviour of trabecular bone during compression
F. Gillard;R. Boardman;Mark Mavrogordato;D. Hollis.
Journal of The Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials (2014)
Assessment of the fatigue crack closure phenomenon in damage-tolerant aluminium alloy by in-situ high-resolution synchrotron X-ray microtomography
H. Toda;I. Sinclair;J.-Y. Buffière;E. Maire.
Philosophical Magazine (2003)
High resolution tomographic imaging and modelling of notch tip damage in a laminated composite
P. Wright;A.J. Moffat;I. Sinclair;S.M. Spearing.
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