2008 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
T.W. Clyne mainly focuses on Composite material, Thermal barrier coating, Metallurgy, Aluminium and Microstructure. His Thermal conductivity, Coating, Residual stress, Stress and Fracture study are his primary interests in Composite material. The Thermal barrier coating study combines topics in areas such as Cubic zirconia, Sintering and Heat transfer.
His research integrates issues of Porosity and Plasma electrolytic oxidation in his study of Metallurgy. His work deals with themes such as Oxide, Hydride and Liquid metal, which intersect with Aluminium. T.W. Clyne studied Microstructure and Ultimate tensile strength that intersect with Brittleness, Metal foam, Flexural strength and Bond strength.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Metallurgy, Indentation, Coating and Titanium. His research on Composite material often connects related topics like Metal. The various areas that he examines in his Indentation study include Plasticity, Nanoindentation, Finite element method, Creep and Stress–strain curve.
His work investigates the relationship between Plasticity and topics such as Ultimate tensile strength that intersect with problems in Toughness. He focuses mostly in the field of Coating, narrowing it down to topics relating to Plasma electrolytic oxidation and, in certain cases, Analytical chemistry, Microstructure and Chemical engineering. His Thermal barrier coating research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cubic zirconia, Sintering, Thermal conductivity and Superalloy.
T.W. Clyne spends much of his time researching Indentation, Composite material, Plasticity, Stress–strain curve and Creep. T.W. Clyne interconnects Ultimate tensile strength, Finite element method and Anisotropy in the investigation of issues within Indentation. Composite material and Diesel particulate filter are two areas of study in which T.W. Clyne engages in interdisciplinary research.
T.W. Clyne usually deals with Plasticity and limits it to topics linked to Ballistic impact and Fracture toughness, Fracture, Fracture mechanics and Strain energy release rate. His Stress–strain curve research focuses on Profilometer and how it connects with Instrumented indentation. He has researched Creep in several fields, including Sample, Penetration, Natural rubber and Stiffness.
T.W. Clyne mainly investigates Indentation, Residual, Plasticity, Plasma electrolytic oxidation and Work hardening. His work carried out in the field of Indentation brings together such families of science as Work, Nanoindenter and Pendulum. In his research, Degrees of freedom is intimately related to Structural engineering, which falls under the overarching field of Plasticity.
His Plasma electrolytic oxidation study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Porosity, Work, Metallurgy and Chemical engineering. His Work hardening study is concerned with the larger field of Composite material. T.W. Clyne incorporates Composite material and Radius in his studies.
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An Introduction to Composite Materials
Derek Hull;T. W. Clyne.
An introduction to metal matrix composites
T. W. Clyne;P. J. Withers.
Solute redistribution during solidification with rapid solid state diffusion
T. W. Clyne;W. Kurz.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1981)
Plasma sprayed hydroxyapatite coatings on titanium substrates Part 1: Mechanical properties and residual stress levels
Y.C. Tsui;C. Doyle;T.W. Clyne.
The quenching stress in thermally sprayed coatings
S. Kuroda;T.W. Clyne.
Thin Solid Films (1991)
Residual Stresses in Thermal Spray Coatings and Their Effect on Interfacial Adhesion : A Review of Recent Work
T. W. Clyne;S. C. Gill.
Journal of Thermal Spray Technology (1996)
An analytical model for predicting residual stresses in progressively deposited coatings Part 1: Planar geometry
Y.C. Tsui;T.W. Clyne.
Thin Solid Films (1997)
Thermo-physical properties of plasma electrolytic oxide coatings on aluminium
J.A. Curran;T.W. Clyne.
Surface & Coatings Technology (2005)
THE EFFECT OF HEAT TREATMENT ON THE STIFFNESS OF ZIRCONIA TOP COATS IN PLASMA-SPRAYED TBCs
J.A. Thompson;T.W. Clyne.
Acta Materialia (2001)
Porosity in plasma electrolytic oxide coatings
J.A. Curran;T.W. Clyne.
Acta Materialia (2006)
Composites Science and Technology
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