2015 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
His primary areas of investigation include Composite material, Epoxy, Delamination, Finite element method and Ultimate tensile strength. Composite material and Structural engineering are commonly linked in his work. His studies deal with areas such as Volume fraction, Shear, Curvature, Young's modulus and Shrinkage as well as Epoxy.
His work on Matrix cracking is typically connected to Interface as part of general Delamination study, connecting several disciplines of science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Tensile testing, Computer simulation and Spring in addition to Finite element method. His Ultimate tensile strength study incorporates themes from Carbon fibers, Composite laminates and Scaling.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Epoxy, Ultimate tensile strength, Composite number and Delamination. His Composite material study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Structural engineering and Finite element method. His Epoxy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fracture, Fracture toughness, Bending, Glass fiber and Scaling.
His study in Ultimate tensile strength is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Carbon fibers, Flexural strength, Transverse plane and Stress concentration. His Composite number study combines topics in areas such as Catastrophic failure, Modulus and Stiffness. His work deals with themes such as Stress and Fracture mechanics, Strain energy release rate, which intersect with Delamination.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Epoxy, Composite number and Composite laminates. Delamination, Tension, Modulus, Stress concentration and Stiffness are the subjects of his Composite material studies. His studies deal with areas such as Compressive strength and Finite element method as well as Ultimate tensile strength.
Michael R Wisnom combines subjects such as Carbon fibers and Fracture with his study of Epoxy. His research integrates issues of Joint, Structural engineering, Truss, Structural health monitoring and Catastrophic failure in his study of Composite number. His Composite laminates research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Scaling and Free edge.
Michael R Wisnom mainly investigates Composite material, Epoxy, Delamination, Ultimate tensile strength and Composite laminates. His study in Tension, Ductility, Modulus, Composite number and Stress concentration are all subfields of Composite material. His studies in Epoxy integrate themes in fields like Carbon fibers, Scaling, Fracture and Damage mechanics.
His Delamination research includes elements of Indentation, Stress and Digital image correlation. Michael R Wisnom has included themes like Damage analysis and Failure mode and effects analysis in his Ultimate tensile strength study. His work in Composite laminates addresses subjects such as Free edge, which are connected to disciplines such as Limiting, Glass fiber and Stress–strain curve.
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Mechanisms generating residual stresses and distortion during manufacture of polymer-matrix composite structures
M.R. Wisnom;M. Gigliotti;N. Ersoy;M. Campbell.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2006)
An experimental investigation into the tensile strength scaling of notched composites
BG Green;Michael R Wisnom;Stephen R Hallett.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2007)
Size effects in the testing of fibre-composite materials
Michael R Wisnom.
Composites Science and Technology (1999)
An experimental and numerical investigation into the damage mechanisms in notched composites
Stephen R Hallett;Ben G Green;WG Jiang;Michael R Wisnom.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2009)
A concise interface constitutive law for analysis of delamination and splitting in composite materials and its application to scaled notched tensile specimens
Wen-Guang Jiang;Stephen R. Hallett;Ben G. Green;Michael R. Wisnom.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering (2007)
Variability, fibre waviness and misalignment in the determination of the properties of composite materials and structures
Kevin D Potter;B Khan;Michael R Wisnom;T Bell.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2008)
Size effects in unnotched tensile strength of unidirectional and quasi-isotropic carbon/epoxy composites
Michael R Wisnom;B Khan;Stephen R Hallett.
Composite Structures (2008)
A combined stress-based and fracture-mechanics-based model for predicting delamination in composites
Weicheng Cui;M.R. Wisnom.
In-situ measurement of chemical shrinkage of MY750 epoxy resin by a novel gravimetric method
Chun Li;Kevin Potter;Michael R Wisnom;Graeme Stringer.
Composites Science and Technology (2004)
Reduction in interlaminar shear strength by discrete and distributed voids
Michael R. Wisnom;Tom Reynolds;Nigel Gwilliam.
Composites Science and Technology (1996)
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