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Open Access research: Conquering challenges in, and from, space...

Strathclyde researchers are highly active in the areas of space systems, astronautics, space science, and space mechatronics. Researchers from Physics within the Centre for Space Science and Applications, the Aerospace Centre of Excellence in MAE, the Space Mechatronic Systems Technology (SMeSTech) Laboratory within DMEM, and researchers in EEE, all explore the engineering and scientific challenges within space, with topics such as spaceflight mechanics, robotics for in-orbit satellite services and refuelling, and satellite-based ocean colour remote sensing, among many others.

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Number of items: 12.

2017

Jalalvand, Meisam and Fotouhi, Mohamad and Wisnom, Michael R. (2017) Orientation-dispersed pseudo-ductile hybrid composite laminates – a new lay-up concept to avoid free-edge delamination. Composites Science and Technology, 153. pp. 232-240. ISSN 0266-3538

Fotouhi, Mohamad and Jalalvand, Meisam and Wisnom, Michael R. (2017) High performance quasi-isotropic thin-ply carbon/glass hybrid composites with pseudo-ductile behaviour in all fibre orientations. Composites Science and Technology, 152. pp. 101-110. ISSN 0266-3538

2016

Jalalvand, Meisam and Czél, Gergely and Fuller, Jonathan D. and Wisnom, Michael R. and Canal, Luis P. and González, Carlos D. and LLorca, Javier (2016) Energy dissipation during delamination in composite materials – an experimental assessment of the cohesive law and the stress-strain field ahead of a crack tip. Composites Science and Technology, 134. pp. 115-124. ISSN 0266-3538

2014

Thomason, James and Yang, Liu (2014) Temperature dependence of the interfacial shear strength in glass-fibre epoxy composites. Composites Science and Technology, 96. pp. 7-12. ISSN 0266-3538

2013

Thomason, James (2013) On the application of Weibull analysis to experimentally determined single fibre strength distributions. Composites Science and Technology, 77. pp. 74-80. ISSN 0266-3538

2011

Thomason, James and Yang, Liu (2011) Temperature dependence of the interfacial shear strength in glass–fibre polypropylene composites. Composites Science and Technology, 71 (13). pp. 1600-1605. ISSN 0266-3538

Thomason, James and Carruthers, John and Kelly, James and Johnston, Gerard (2011) Fibre cross-section determination and variability in sisal and flax and its effects on fibre performance characterisation. Composites Science and Technology, 71 (7). pp. 1008-1015. ISSN 0266-3538

2004

Papadakis, N. and Reynolds, N. and Pharaoh, M. and Wood, Paul and Smith, G.F. (2004) Strain rate effects on the shear properties of a highly orientated thermoplastic composite material using a contacting displacement measurement methodology– Part A : Elasticity and strength. Composites Science and Technology, 64 (5). pp. 729-738. ISSN 0266-3538

Papadakis, N. and Reynolds, N. and Pharaoh, M. and Wood, Paul and Smith, G.F. (2004) Strain rate effects on the shear properties of a highly orientated thermoplastic composite material using a contacting displacement measurement methodology – Part B: Damage evolution. Composites Science and Technology, 64 (5). pp. 739-748. ISSN 0266-3538

2002

Cichocki, F.R. and Thomason, J.L. (2002) Thermoelastic anisotropy of a natural fiber. Composites Science and Technology, 62 (5). pp. 669-678. ISSN 0266-3538

Thomason, J.L. (2002) Micromechanical parameters from macromechanical measurements on glass reinforced polypropylene. Composites Science and Technology, 62 (10-11). pp. 1455-1468. ISSN 0266-3538

2001

Thomason, J.L. (2001) Micromechanical parameters from macromechanical measurements on glass-reinforced polyamide. Composites Science and Technology, 61 (14). pp. 2007-2016. ISSN 0266-3538

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