2022 - Research.com Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in Ireland Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Finite element method, Structural engineering, Fretting, Slip and Metallurgy. His studies deal with areas such as Crack closure, Cracking, Composite material and Forensic engineering as well as Finite element method. Specifically, his work in Composite material is concerned with the study of Plasticity.
His research in Structural engineering intersects with topics in Wear coefficient and Crimp. While the research belongs to areas of Fretting, Sean B. Leen spends his time largely on the problem of Tribology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Contact geometry. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Layer and FOIL method.
His main research concerns Composite material, Finite element method, Structural engineering, Metallurgy and Fretting. His is doing research in Microstructure, Plasticity, Stress, Martensite and Cracking, both of which are found in Composite material. Sean B. Leen combines subjects such as Crack closure, Fracture mechanics and Forensic engineering with his study of Finite element method.
In the subject of general Structural engineering, his work in Bending moment is often linked to Torque, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Metallurgy study deals with Constitutive equation intersecting with Strain rate. His research integrates issues of Slip, Spline, Contact geometry and Tribology in his study of Fretting.
Sean B. Leen mainly investigates Composite material, Microstructure, Welding, Structural engineering and Finite element method. His Microstructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mechanical engineering and Creep. Many of his research projects under Structural engineering are closely connected to Subroutine with Subroutine, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Fretting study combines topics in areas such as Slip and Armour. Finite element method is often connected to Electron backscatter diffraction in his work. He works mostly in the field of Metallurgy, limiting it down to topics relating to Plasticity and, in certain cases, Hardening, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Metallurgy, Martensite, Microstructure and Crystal plasticity. Sean B. Leen has included themes like Constitutive equation and Stress concentration in his Metallurgy study. His work deals with themes such as Thermo-mechanical fatigue, Heat-affected zone, Welding and Plasticity, which intersect with Martensite.
His research on Fretting also deals with topics like
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Finite element simulation and experimental validation of fretting wear
I.R McColl;J Ding;S.B Leen.
Contact-evolution based prediction of fretting fatigue life: Effect of slip amplitude
J.J. Madge;S.B. Leen;I.R. McColl;P.H. Shipway.
The effect of slip regime on fretting wear-induced stress evolution
J. Ding;S.B. Leen;I.R. McColl.
International Journal of Fatigue (2004)
A corrosion model for bioabsorbable metallic stents.
J.A. Grogan;B.J. O’Brien;S.B. Leen;P.E. McHugh.
Acta Biomaterialia (2011)
Finite element, critical-plane, fatigue life prediction of simple and complex contact configurations
Wei Siang Sum;Edward J. Williams;Sean B. Leen.
International Journal of Fatigue (2005)
The role of elastic anisotropy, length scale and crystallographic slip in fatigue crack nucleation
C.A. Sweeney;W. Vorster;S.B. Leen;E. Sakurada.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2013)
A combined wear and crack nucleation–propagation methodology for fretting fatigue prediction
J.J. Madge;S.B. Leen;P.H. Shipway.
International Journal of Fatigue (2008)
The critical role of fretting wear in the analysis of fretting fatigue
J.J. Madge;S.B. Leen;P.H. Shipway.
A study on the interaction between fretting wear and cyclic plasticity for Ti–6Al–4V
A.L. Mohd Tobi;J. Ding;G. Bandak;S.B. Leen.
A finite element based approach to simulating the effects of debris on fretting wear
J. Ding;I.R. McColl;S.B. Leen;P.H. Shipway.
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