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Bashir, S. T. and Yang, L. and Liggat, J. J. and Thomason, J. L.; (2018) A simple chemical approach to regenerating strength of thermally damaged glass fibre for reuse in composites. In: ECCM 2018 - 18th European Conference on Composite Materials. Applied Mechanics Laboratory, GRC. ISBN 9781510896932

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Li, Danning and Prevost, Raphael and Ayre, David and Yoosefinejad, Ata and Lotfian, Saeid and Brennan, Feargal and Nezhad, Hamed Yazdani; (2019) Development of damage tolerant composite laminates using ultra-thin interlaminar electrospun thermoplastic nanofibres. In: 18th European Conference on Composite Materials (ECCM-18). Applied Mechanics Laboratory, GRC. ISBN 9781510896932

Lotfian, Saeid and Kumar, Vijay Thakur and Giraudmaillet, Claire and Yoosefinejad, Ata and Brennan, Feargal and Nezhad, Hamed Yazdani; (2019) Towards the use of electrospun piezoelectric nanofibre layers for enabling in-situ measurement in high performance composite laminates. In: 18th European Conference on Composite Materials (ECCM-18). Applied Mechanics Laboratory, GRC. ISBN 9781510896932

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