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We are delighted to announce that the 10,000th journal article has been added to CERES, the publicly accessible repository of the University's research outputs.

More information about the paper can be found on our blog:

10,000 Cranfield journal articles available via open access

Welcome to the Cranfield Collection of E-Research - CERES: a digital repository of research output from Cranfield University. CERES contains a growing subset of 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.

Cranfield CERES is being developed in collaboration between academic staff, the library and the IT department.

Masters theses have now been moved to a separate Masters theses archive. Masters are currently only available to members of the University.

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Recently Added

  • Rigas, Evangelos; Hallam, Jonathan M.; Charrett, Tom O. H.; Ford, H. D.; Tatam, Ralph P. (Optical Society of America, 2019-08-19)
    A novel dual beam Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) instrument has been developed for high velocity flow measurement, principally in microfluidics applications. The scanned dual beam approach creates a pair of image-frames ...
  • Gao, Qiong; Meco, Sonia; Wang, Kehong (Springer, 2017-08-25)
    With the increasing demand of light-weight alloys, such as magnesium (Mg) and aluminum (Al), the need for joining these two alloys is unavoidable. In this study, AZ31B Mg and 1060 Al alloys were joined by continuous wave ...
  • Qiu, Jinxing; Pei, Cuxiang; Liu, Haochen; Chen, Zhenmao (Elsevier, 2019-02-28)
    In this study, a numerical method based on finite element method (FEM) is developed to simulate the heat flow generated by laser spot source and investigate the relationship between crack size and temperature distribution. ...
  • Partridge, Matthew; James, Stephen W.; Barrington, James; Tatam, Ralph P. (OSAPublishing, 2016-09-01)
    The central wavelengths of the resonance bands are critical aspect of the performance of long period gratings (LPGs) as sensors, particularly for devices designed to operate near the phase matching turning point (PMTP), ...
  • Anuar, Nur Khairiel; Pagliari, Romano; Moxon, Richard (Unknown, 2014-06-06)
    The growth of the airport in the world will have a significant impact on future road access design. Pressure by drivers for simplifying of airport wayfinding has led to the inclusion of basic road access design so as to ...

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