2023 - Research.com Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in United Kingdom Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in United Kingdom Leader Award
2010 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
2006 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
His primary areas of study are Acoustics, Lamb waves, Guided wave testing, Transducer and Optics. His studies deal with areas such as Surface wave and Structural engineering as well as Acoustics. The various areas that Peter Cawley examines in his Lamb waves study include Wavelength, Composite material, Delamination and Excitation.
His Guided wave testing study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Nominal Pipe Size, Structural health monitoring, Dispersion, Signal and Overburden pressure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Piezoelectricity, Piezoelectric sensor, Biomedical engineering and Sensitivity. The concepts of his Optics study are interwoven with issues in Mechanics, Fourier transform and Finite element method.
Peter Cawley mostly deals with Acoustics, Ultrasonic sensor, Guided wave testing, Transducer and Optics. His Acoustics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Structural engineering, Finite element method, Signal and Lamb waves. His research investigates the link between Ultrasonic sensor and topics such as Composite material that cross with problems in Oxide.
His Guided wave testing study incorporates themes from Pipeline transport, Corrosion, Structural health monitoring, Sensitivity and Tomography. Peter Cawley has included themes like Piezoelectricity and Electrical impedance in his Transducer study. His work on Reflection, Wavelength and Scattering as part of general Optics research is frequently linked to Low frequency, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Guided wave testing, Acoustics, Structural health monitoring, Ultrasonic sensor and Finite element method are his primary areas of study. Guided wave testing is a subfield of Optics that Peter Cawley studies. His work deals with themes such as Electronic engineering, Signal and Compensation, which intersect with Acoustics.
His Ultrasonic sensor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Transverse plane, Solid mechanics and Diffusion bonding. His Finite element method research includes themes of Reflection, Scattering and Absorption. Peter Cawley has researched Structural engineering in several fields, including Nuclear engineering, Composite material, Welding and Power station.
Peter Cawley mainly investigates Acoustics, Guided wave testing, Structural health monitoring, Finite element method and Reflection. His research integrates issues of Lamb waves, Optics and Welding in his study of Acoustics. His Guided wave testing research includes elements of Surface roughness, Attenuation, Signal and Independent component analysis.
The Structural health monitoring study which covers Baseline subtraction that intersects with SMA*, Piezoelectricity and Current. Peter Cawley combines subjects such as Reduction and Stiffness with his study of Finite element method. Peter Cawley interconnects Angular displacement, Shear horizontal, Steel structures and Damage detection in the investigation of issues within Reflection.
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The location of defects in structures from measurements of natural frequencies
P Cawley;R D Adams.
Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design (1979)
The interaction of Lamb waves with defects
D.N. Alleyne;P. Cawley.
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control (1992)
Quantitative determination of the stability of the implant‐tissue interface using resonance frequency analysis
N. Meredith;D. Alleyne;P. Cawley.
Clinical Oral Implants Research (1996)
A two-dimensional Fourier transform method for the measurement of propagating multimode signals
D. Alleyne;P. Cawley.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1991)
A Vibration Technique for Non-Destructively Assessing the Integrity of Structures:
R. D. Adams;P. Cawley;C. J. Pye;B. J. Stone.
Archive: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science 1959-1982 (vols 1-23) (1978)
Defect detection in pipes using guided waves
M.J.S. Lowe;D.N. Alleyne;P. Cawley.
DISPERSE: A GENERAL PURPOSE PROGRAM FOR CREATING DISPERSION CURVES
Brian Pavlakovic;Mike Lowe;David Alleyne;Peter Cawley.
Rapid, Long Range Inspection of Chemical Plant Pipework Using Guided Waves
D.N. Alleyne;B. Pavlakovic;M.J.S. Lowe;P. Cawley.
Key Engineering Materials (2004)
Optimization of Lamb wave inspection techniques
David N. Alleyne;Peter Cawley.
Ndt & E International (1992)
The Reflection of Guided Waves From Circumferential Notches in Pipes
D. N. Alleyne;M. J. S. Lowe;P. Cawley.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1998)
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