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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by scholars in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE), based within the Faculty of Engineering.

Research at MAE includes research into space systems engineering and spaceflight mechanics. This spans a wide variety of topics such as nano-satellites, self-assembling spacecraft, orbital dynamics, trajectory design and optimization, autonomous navigation and planning, all under the auspices of the Aerospace Centre of Excellence - and with almost all research outputs openly available through Strathprints.

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Number of items: 6.

2017

Gomez-Gallegos, A. A. and Farrell, M. and Zuelli, N. and Staiano, A. (2017) A comparative study assessing the wear behaviour of different ceramic die materials during superplastic forming. Materials Science and Engineering Technology, 48 (10). pp. 983-992. ISSN 0933-5137

2016

Zuelli, Nicola and Fleming, Christopher and Farrell, Mark and Zante, Remi and Robinson, Luke (2016) Innovative methods for investigating key process variables in the manufacture of superplastically formed aero-engine components. In: Superplasticity in Advanced Materials - ICSAM 2015. Materials Science Forum . Trans Tech Publications, GBR, pp. 603-609. ISBN 978-3-03835-672-1

2012

Farrell, Mark and Riches, Philip (2012) The Poisson’s ratio of the nucleus pulposus is strain dependent. In: 18th Congress of the European Society of Biomechanics, 2012-07-01 - 2012-07-04.

Farrell, Mark and Riches, Philip (2012) Poisson’s ratio of nucleus pulposus tissue : comparison of experimental results with a biphasic poroviscoelastic finite element model. In: Euromech 534 Colloquium: Advanced experimental approaches and inverse problems in tissue biomechanics, 2012-05-29 - 2012-05-31.

2011

Farrell, Mark and Riches, Philip (2011) Ionic osmotic effects increase fluid flow during permeation tests. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology.

Farrell, Mark and Riches, Philip (2011) The apparent permeability of the nucleus pulposus is increased by ionic osmotic effects. In: International Society of Biomechanics, 2011-07-03 - 2011-07-07.

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