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Place through Time: Investigating Place Identity Language within the Temporal Dimension (2023)
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Bennett, C., & Hanks, L. (2023). Place through Time: Investigating Place Identity Language within the Temporal Dimension. Journal of Design, Planning and Aesthetics Research, 2(2), 115-140. https://doi.org/10.55755/deparch.2023.19

After an in-depth discussion on space, place, placelessness and place identity through readings from Heidegger, Norberg-Schulz, Relph and Lynch, the work concentrates on Aldo Rossi’s Pathogenic and Propelling definitions. The paper aims to use these... Read More about Place through Time: Investigating Place Identity Language within the Temporal Dimension.

Microstructural Study of Cold-Sprayed CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy (2023)
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Akisin, C. J., Dovgyy, B., Bennett, C. J., Pham, M. S., Venturi, F., & Hussain, T. (2023). Microstructural Study of Cold-Sprayed CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy. Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, 32, 2539–2562. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11666-023-01646-7

The rapid development of cold spraying technology for additive manufacturing of engineering components has made it a viable option for developing thick deposits from high-entropy alloys (HEAs). The microstructure of cold-sprayed CoCrFeNiMn deposit wa... Read More about Microstructural Study of Cold-Sprayed CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy.

Debris expulsion as a rate determining process in fretting – The effect of slip amplitude on debris expulsion behaviour and rates (2023)
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Zhu, T., Bennett, C. J., & Shipway, P. H. (2023). Debris expulsion as a rate determining process in fretting – The effect of slip amplitude on debris expulsion behaviour and rates. Wear, 523, Article 204818. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wear.2023.204818

In contrast to the well-established understanding of sliding wear, recent work has clearly demonstrated that the instantaneous wear rate in fretting of metals is dependent upon the contact size due to the fact that transport of species in and out of... Read More about Debris expulsion as a rate determining process in fretting – The effect of slip amplitude on debris expulsion behaviour and rates.

On the Microstructural Evolution and Failure Mechanism in Laser Powder Bed Fusioned Ti-6Al-4V during Low Cycle Fatigue at Room and Elevated Temperatures (2022)
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Gupta, A., Bennett, C. J., Sun, W., & Neate, N. (2022). On the Microstructural Evolution and Failure Mechanism in Laser Powder Bed Fusioned Ti-6Al-4V during Low Cycle Fatigue at Room and Elevated Temperatures. Journal of Materials Research and Technology, 21, 4299-4319. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmrt.2022.10.141

Microstructural features and their evolution during cyclic deformation directly impact the low cycle fatigue (LCF) life of additively manufactured Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) Ti-6Al-4V. Tensile and strain controlled LCF tests were performed at roo... Read More about On the Microstructural Evolution and Failure Mechanism in Laser Powder Bed Fusioned Ti-6Al-4V during Low Cycle Fatigue at Room and Elevated Temperatures.

An inverse analysis method for determining abradable constitutive properties (2022)
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Lye, R., Bennett, C., Rouse, J., & Zumpano, G. (2022). An inverse analysis method for determining abradable constitutive properties. Materials Today Communications, 33, Article 104571. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtcomm.2022.104571

Abradable coatings enable small tip clearances within gas turbine engines to be achieved. These coatings allow blades to cut their ideal paths during engine running-in and act as a sacrificial layer during unforeseen blade-casing interactions, minimi... Read More about An inverse analysis method for determining abradable constitutive properties.

CFD Approach to the Influence of Particle Size on Erosive Wear in Coal Riser Pipes (2022)
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Ogunlela, P. T., Giddings, D., Bennett, C., Born, S., Klaassen, M., Gennissen, I., & Farnish, R. (2022). CFD Approach to the Influence of Particle Size on Erosive Wear in Coal Riser Pipes. Journal of Fluid Flow, Heat and Mass Transfer, 9, 43-48. https://doi.org/10.11159/jffhmt.2022.006

Pneumatic conveying of finely pulverised coal particles is an important process in the steelmaking industry, used to transport coal to the blast furnace. Erosive wear caused by high velocity particles impacting on the inner wall surfaces of pneumatic... Read More about CFD Approach to the Influence of Particle Size on Erosive Wear in Coal Riser Pipes.

Numerical and Experimental Analysis of the Deformation Behavior of CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy Particles onto Various Substrates During Cold Spraying (2022)
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Akisin, C. J., Bennett, C. J., Venturi, F., Assadi, H., & Hussain, T. (2022). Numerical and Experimental Analysis of the Deformation Behavior of CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy Particles onto Various Substrates During Cold Spraying. Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, 31(4), 1085-1111. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11666-022-01377-1

The bonding mechanisms of a wide range of metallic materials in cold spraying have been studied, mainly attributed to adiabatic shear instability (ASI) at high strain rates, whereas the impact and deformation behavior of high entropy alloys (HEAs) on... Read More about Numerical and Experimental Analysis of the Deformation Behavior of CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy Particles onto Various Substrates During Cold Spraying.

Corrigendum to ‘Understanding and modelling wear rates and mechanisms in fretting via the concept of rate-determining processes - Contact oxygenation, debris formation and debris ejection’ (Wear (2021) 486–487, (S004316482100452X), (10.1016/j.wear.2021.204066)) (2021)
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Shipway, P. H., Kirk, A. M., Bennett, C. J., & Zhu, T. (2022). Corrigendum to ‘Understanding and modelling wear rates and mechanisms in fretting via the concept of rate-determining processes - Contact oxygenation, debris formation and debris ejection’ (Wear (2021) 486–487, (S004316482100452X), (10.1016/j.wear.2021.204066)). Wear, 488-489, Article 204161. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wear.2021.204161

A computationally efficient method for the prediction of fretting wear in practical engineering applications (2021)
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Kong, Y., Bennett, C. J., & Hyde, C. J. (2022). A computationally efficient method for the prediction of fretting wear in practical engineering applications. Tribology International, 165, Article 107317. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.triboint.2021.107317

A method for simulating fretting wear using the Modified Simplex Method for a contact solution has been developed. The initial separation between two contacting bodies was used as an input to solve the contact force distribution. An average cycle pre... Read More about A computationally efficient method for the prediction of fretting wear in practical engineering applications.

Understanding and modelling wear rates and mechanisms in fretting via the concept of rate-determining processes - Contact oxygenation, debris formation and debris ejection (2021)
Journal Article
Shipway, P. H., Kirk, A. M., Bennett, C. J., & Zhu, T. (2021). Understanding and modelling wear rates and mechanisms in fretting via the concept of rate-determining processes - Contact oxygenation, debris formation and debris ejection. Wear, 486-487, Article 204066. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wear.2021.204066

A new framework which describes the role of three key processes in fretting wear of metals is proposed, with these three processes being: (i) oxygen transport into the contact; (ii) formation of oxide-based wear debris in the contact and (iii) ejecti... Read More about Understanding and modelling wear rates and mechanisms in fretting via the concept of rate-determining processes - Contact oxygenation, debris formation and debris ejection.

Interaction of displacement amplitude and frequency effects in fretting wear of a high strength steel: Impact on debris bed formation and subsurface damage (2021)
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Kirk, A. M., Sun, W., Bennett, C. J., & Shipway, P. H. (2021). Interaction of displacement amplitude and frequency effects in fretting wear of a high strength steel: Impact on debris bed formation and subsurface damage. Wear, 482-483, Article 203981. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wear.2021.203981

In previous work, fretting frequency has been observed to have a significant impact not only on wear rates, but also on the nature of fretting debris and the development of subsurface damage; however, while the “frequency effect” has been shown in so... Read More about Interaction of displacement amplitude and frequency effects in fretting wear of a high strength steel: Impact on debris bed formation and subsurface damage.

A review on environmental barrier coatings: History, current state of the art and future developments (2020)
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Tejero-Martin, D., Bennett, C., & Hussain, T. (2021). A review on environmental barrier coatings: History, current state of the art and future developments. Journal of the European Ceramic Society, 41(3), 1747-1768. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeurceramsoc.2020.10.057

© 2020 The Authors The increasing demand for more efficient and environmental-friendly gas turbines has driven the development of new strategies for material development. SiC/SiC ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) can fulfil the stringent requirements;... Read More about A review on environmental barrier coatings: History, current state of the art and future developments.

A review of non-destructive testing techniques for the in-situ investigation of fretting fatigue cracks (2020)
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Kong, Y., Bennett, C. J., & Hyde, C. J. (2020). A review of non-destructive testing techniques for the in-situ investigation of fretting fatigue cracks. Materials and Design, 196, Article 109093. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2020.109093

© 2020 The Authors Fretting fatigue can significantly reduce the life of components, leading to unexpected in-service failures. This phenomenon has been studied for over a century, with significant progress being made during the past decade. There ar... Read More about A review of non-destructive testing techniques for the in-situ investigation of fretting fatigue cracks.

A novel numerical method to predict the transient track geometry and thermomechanical effects through in-situ modification of the process parameters in Direct Energy Deposition (2019)
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Walker, T. R., Bennett, C. J., Lee, T. L., & Clare, A. T. (2020). A novel numerical method to predict the transient track geometry and thermomechanical effects through in-situ modification of the process parameters in Direct Energy Deposition. Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, 169, Article 103347. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.finel.2019.103347

© 2019 Elsevier B.V. Direct Energy Deposition (DED) is being widely used to repair damaged components to increase service life and economical operation. Process parameters including laser power, traverse speed and the mass flowrate of the feedstock m... Read More about A novel numerical method to predict the transient track geometry and thermomechanical effects through in-situ modification of the process parameters in Direct Energy Deposition.

An Automated Inverse Method to Calibrate Thermal Finite Element Models for Numerical Welding Applications (2019)
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Walker, T. R., & Bennett, C. J. (2019). An Automated Inverse Method to Calibrate Thermal Finite Element Models for Numerical Welding Applications. Journal of Manufacturing Processes, 47, 263-283. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmapro.2019.09.021

Numerical modelling of welding processes is often completed using a sequentially coupled FE thermo-mechanical analysis to predict both the thermal and mechanical effects induced by the process. The accuracy of the predicted residual stresses and dist... Read More about An Automated Inverse Method to Calibrate Thermal Finite Element Models for Numerical Welding Applications.

A holistic inverse approach based on a multi-objective function optimisation model to recover elastic-plastic properties of materials from the depth-sensing indentation test (2019)
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Iracheta, O., Bennett, C., & Sun, W. (2019). A holistic inverse approach based on a multi-objective function optimisation model to recover elastic-plastic properties of materials from the depth-sensing indentation test. Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 128, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmps.2019.04.001

Recent years have seen an increased interest in the mechanical characterisation of materials via the inverse analysis of depth-sensing indentation data; however, at low-loads both the reaction forces measured by the instrument and the contact evoluti... Read More about A holistic inverse approach based on a multi-objective function optimisation model to recover elastic-plastic properties of materials from the depth-sensing indentation test.

A validated analytical-numerical modelling strategy to predict residual stresses in single-track laser deposited IN718 (2018)
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Walker, T., Bennett, C., Lee, T., & Clare, A. (2019). A validated analytical-numerical modelling strategy to predict residual stresses in single-track laser deposited IN718. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 151, 609-621. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmecsci.2018.12.004

Direct Energy Deposition (DED) is being increasingly used to repair high value components that have been damaged in-service. The uptake of DED and laser cladding operations for repair is inhibited by accurate modelling techniques. Often the repair pr... Read More about A validated analytical-numerical modelling strategy to predict residual stresses in single-track laser deposited IN718.

An experimental and numerical investigation on the process efficiency of the focused TIG welding of Inconel 718 thick plates (2018)
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Salerno, G., Bennett, C., Sun, W., & Becker, A. A. (2019). An experimental and numerical investigation on the process efficiency of the focused TIG welding of Inconel 718 thick plates. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 233(3), 823-833. https://doi.org/10.1177/0954405418775442

A combined experimental and numerical approach was adopted to investigate the focused tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding process by producing bead-on-plate welds in Inconel 718 plates. Experimental investigations were carried out by means of thermocoup... Read More about An experimental and numerical investigation on the process efficiency of the focused TIG welding of Inconel 718 thick plates.

On the interaction between welding residual stresses: a numerical and experimental investigation (2018)
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Salerno, G., Bennett, C., Sun, W., Becker, A., Palumbo, N., Kelleher, J., & Zhang, S. Y. (2018). On the interaction between welding residual stresses: a numerical and experimental investigation. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 144, 654-667. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmecsci.2018.04.055

The interaction of weld induced residual stresses in an important issue for multi-pass and repair welding operations; effective prediction of the magnitude and location of peak residual stresses can lead to improved lifing predictions and greater und... Read More about On the interaction between welding residual stresses: a numerical and experimental investigation.

The influence of the indentation size in relation to the size of the microstructure of three polycrystalline materials indented with a Berkovich indenter (2017)
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Iracheta, O., Bennett, C., & Sun, W. (in press). The influence of the indentation size in relation to the size of the microstructure of three polycrystalline materials indented with a Berkovich indenter. Materials Science and Engineering: A, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.msea.2017.08.023

Three different polycrystalline materials, a fine-grained martensitic steel (CrMoV), a coarse-grained high-purity copper (C110), and a two-phase microstructure titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V), have been selected to investigate the heterogeneity of deforma... Read More about The influence of the indentation size in relation to the size of the microstructure of three polycrystalline materials indented with a Berkovich indenter.

Residual stress analysis and finite element modelling of repair-welded titanium sheets (2017)
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Salerno, G., Bennett, C., Sun, W., & Becker, A. (in press). Residual stress analysis and finite element modelling of repair-welded titanium sheets. Welding in the World -London-, 61(6), https://doi.org/10.1007/s40194-017-0506-1

An innovative FE modelling approach has been tested to investigate the effects of weld repair thin sheets of titanium alloy, taking into account pre-existing stress field in the components. In the case study analysed, the residual stress fields due t... Read More about Residual stress analysis and finite element modelling of repair-welded titanium sheets.

A numerical methodology for predicting tool wear in Friction Stir Welding (2016)
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Hasan, A., Bennett, C., Shipway, P., Cater, S., & Martin, J. (2017). A numerical methodology for predicting tool wear in Friction Stir Welding. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 241, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmatprotec.2016.11.009

A novel methodology for predicting tool wear in FSW based on a CFD model, coupled with a modified Archard equation, is presented considering the effect of the deformation of the highly viscous flow around the tool on tool wear. A validation process... Read More about A numerical methodology for predicting tool wear in Friction Stir Welding.

Finite element modelling strategies of weld repair in pre-stressed thin components (2016)
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Salerno, G., Bennett, C., Sun, W., & Becker, A. A. (in press). Finite element modelling strategies of weld repair in pre-stressed thin components. Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design, 51(8), https://doi.org/10.1177/0309324716666436

A total of two computational procedures have been developed in the commercial finite element software codes Sysweld and ABAQUS to analyse and predict the residual stress state after the repair of small weld defects in thin structural components. The... Read More about Finite element modelling strategies of weld repair in pre-stressed thin components.

Characterisation of material property variation across an inertia friction welded CrMoV steel component using the inverse analysis of nanoindentation data (2016)
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Iracheta, O., Bennett, C., & Sun, W. (in press). Characterisation of material property variation across an inertia friction welded CrMoV steel component using the inverse analysis of nanoindentation data. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 107, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijmecsci.2016.01.023

In this study, a new application of the inverse analysis of the depth-sensing indentation technique based on the optimization theory has been satisfactorily demonstrated. The novel approach for determining the mechanical properties from experimental... Read More about Characterisation of material property variation across an inertia friction welded CrMoV steel component using the inverse analysis of nanoindentation data.

A numerical comparison of the flow behaviour in Friction Stir Welding (FSW) using unworn and worn tool geometries (2015)
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Hasan, A., Bennett, C., & Shipway, P. (in press). A numerical comparison of the flow behaviour in Friction Stir Welding (FSW) using unworn and worn tool geometries. Materials and Design, 87, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matdes.2015.08.016

The tool is a key component in the Friction Stir Welding (FSW) process, but the tool degrades and changes shape during use; however, only a limited number of experimental studies have been undertaken in order to understand the effect that worn tool g... Read More about A numerical comparison of the flow behaviour in Friction Stir Welding (FSW) using unworn and worn tool geometries.

A sensitivity study of parameters affecting residual stress predictions in finite element modelling of the inertia friction welding process (2015)
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Iracheta, O., Bennett, C., & Sun, W. (in press). A sensitivity study of parameters affecting residual stress predictions in finite element modelling of the inertia friction welding process. International Journal of Solids and Structures, 71, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2015.06.018

This study presents a finite element (FE) model capable of predicting the final residual stress field in an inertia friction welded component of a CrMoV steel considering the elastic and inelastic components of strain resulting from mechanical deform... Read More about A sensitivity study of parameters affecting residual stress predictions in finite element modelling of the inertia friction welding process.

Finite element modelling of the inertia friction welding of a CrMoV alloy steel including the effects of solid-state phase transformations (2015)
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Bennett, C. (in press). Finite element modelling of the inertia friction welding of a CrMoV alloy steel including the effects of solid-state phase transformations. Journal of Manufacturing Processes, 18, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jmapro.2015.01.003

Finite element (FE) process modelling of the inertia friction welding (IFW) between two tubular CrMoV components has been carried out using the DEFORM-2D (v10.2) software. This model has been validated against experimental test welds of the material;... Read More about Finite element modelling of the inertia friction welding of a CrMoV alloy steel including the effects of solid-state phase transformations.

Optimisation of material properties for the modelling of large deformation manufacturing processes using a finite element model of the Gleeble compression test (2014)
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Bennett, C., & Sun, W. (in press). Optimisation of material properties for the modelling of large deformation manufacturing processes using a finite element model of the Gleeble compression test. Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design, 49(6), https://doi.org/10.1177/0309324713520310

The finite element modelling of manufacturing processes often requires a large amount of large plastic strain flow stress data in order to represent the material of interest over a wide range of temperatures and strain rates. Compression data generat... Read More about Optimisation of material properties for the modelling of large deformation manufacturing processes using a finite element model of the Gleeble compression test.

Numerical simulation of residual stresses induced by weld repair in a stainless steel pipe considering the influence of an initial fabrication weld
Presentation / Conference Contribution
Salerno, G., Bennett, C., Sun, W., & Becker, A. A. (in press). Numerical simulation of residual stresses induced by weld repair in a stainless steel pipe considering the influence of an initial fabrication weld. . Manuscript submitted for publication

This work presents the application of a finite element (FE) model developed to simulate the repair process in the case of components with a pre-existing stress state. The approach is tested in the case of a repair of a laser beam weld in a stainless... Read More about Numerical simulation of residual stresses induced by weld repair in a stainless steel pipe considering the influence of an initial fabrication weld.