CERES Research Repository

Welcome to the CERES, the Cranfield Collection of E-Research provided by Cranfield Library Services. CERES contains research undertaken at Cranfield University including journal pre-prints and peer-reviewed journal reprints, digital Theses and Dissertations, book chapters, working papers and technical reports. All items in CERES are full-text. Some items are subject to a publisher embargo but these can be individually requested from the author who may supply a copy at their discretion.

NB: Masters theses are in a separate Masters Theses Archive and are currently only available to members of the University.

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  • Ramírez, J. G.; Ghasemnejad, Hessam (Springer, 2023-05-23)
    This paper investigates the use of z-pinning reinforcement in CFRP tubular structures under axial impact, to find the optimum design to increase the specific energy absorption (SEA). Through-the-thickness reinforcement is ...
  • Nnabuife, Godfrey Somtochukwu; Oko, Eni; Kuang, Boyu; Bello, Abdulrauf; Onwualu, Azikiwe Peter; Oyagha, Sherry; Whidborne, James (Elsevier, 2023-05-25)
    Hydrogen (H2) usage was 90 tnes (Mt) in 2020, almost entirely for industrial and refining uses and generated almost completely from fossil fuels, leading to nearly 900 Mt of carbon dioxide emissions. However, there has ...
  • Padfield, Gareth D.; vant' Hoff, Stefan; Lu, Linghai; Podzus, Philip; White, Mark; Quaranta, Giuseppe (Rotorcraft Certification by Simulation (RoCS), 2023-03)
    This document presents preliminary Guidance for the application of (rotorcraft) flight modelling and simulation in support of certification for compliance with standards CS-27 and CS-29, PART B (Flight) and other Flight ...
  • Russell, D. T. (1969-09-19)
    The objective of this thesis was to investigate flame radiation and smoke emission phenomena in a combustor typical of those in use in aircraft gas turbine engines. One of the primary aspects of the investigation was ...
  • Roots, Mark R. (1996-05)
    This thesis covers the design and analysis of a roll cage structure for use on a sports racing car. The method used to design and verify the roll structure was novel as small automotive companies tend to use evolution ...

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