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  • Noble, C. F. (College of Aeronautics, 1963-02)
    In recent experiments on blanking and piercing, it was found that cracks occurred in the region of maximum hardness gradient and that cracking could be eliminated by radiusing the punch and die edges. In this paper, a ...
  • Zhang, Jikui; Zhang, Xiang; Wang, Xueyuan; Ding, Jialuo; Traoré, Yéli; Paddea, Sanjooram; Williams, Stewart W. (Elsevier, 2016-05-12)
    Crack propagation deviation tendency in specimens containing an interface between wrought alloy substrate and Wire + Arc Additive Manufacture (WAAM) built Ti–6Al–4V is investigated from the viewpoints of microstructure, ...
  • Younger, A. (College of Aeronautics, 1965-11)
    The revised approach to the measurement of the rate of crack propagation in light alloys has entailed the development of new experimental techniques, in particular the development of a multi-channel interval timer. ...
  • Hazell, P. J.; Iremonger, M. J. (American Institute of Physics, 1997-12-31)
    A physically based crack softening damage model has been developed and used in a non-linear transient dynamic computer code (AUTODYN-2D). It is assumed that there is a finite number of orientated pre-existing flaws within ...
  • Goergen, Sandra (Cranfield University, 2012-10)
    Metco 320 is a AlSi-hBN-polyester abradable, used in the high pressure compressor of commercial gas turbines. The material response to cyclic heating and cooling, and the resulting changes in microstructure, as well as ...
  • Singleton, W. T. (College of Aeronautics, 1963-03)
    Ergonomics is a cross discipline between the human sciences and engineering. It is concerned with the design of man/machine systems, using the characteristics of the operator as the frame of reference. The state of our ...
  • Loxham, J. (College of Aeronautics, 1967)
    The extensive programne of research undertaken by the Department of Production and Industrial .1.0.ministration at the College of Aeronautics, Cranfield into Metrology and Precision Engineering has shown the need for a ...
  • Unknown author (2017-07-20)
    With the ever-increasing pressures on the limited resources of our planet, there is today a recognised need to evolve from the “take-make-dispose” model to a more circular model. In the former, mankind's economic activities ...
  • Dennehy, K. (1997)
    Training to enhance situation awareness depends upon having satisfactory quantitative methods for measuring situation awareness. Until the development of the Cranfield-SAS, there was no direct subjective rating scale to ...
  • Snow, Ben J.; Moulitsas, Irene; Kolios, Athanasios J.; De Dominicis, Michela (2013-12-20)
    This paper investigates the development of a model to predict the transportand transformations of a point mass oil spill via a stochastic approach. Initiallythe various e ects that a ect the destination are considered and ...
  • Stephens, V. M. (Cranfield University, 1992-01)
    A study has been conducted into the design of civil aircraft seats which are forward-facing and use the lap-belt method of restraint. Within these terms of reference, the response of the seat restraint occupant system ...
  • McLaughlin, Patrick (Sage, 2016-10-24)
    This article describes an approach in organizational development to develop an innovation culture for radical product development in a small mature engineering company. The research took place in a business based in the ...
  • Christopher, Martin; Lowson, Robert; Peck, Helen (Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2004)
    Fashion markets are synonymous with rapid change and, as a result, commercial success or failure in those markets is largely determined by the organisation’s flexibility and responsiveness. Responsiveness is characterised ...
  • Ryals, Lynette; Holt, Sue (Taylor & Francis, 2007-12-01)
    Questions have recently been raised about whether key account management (KAM) pays off for suppliers. Previous research has been equivocal on this issue. Yet suppliers are increasingly adopting (or being forced by their ...
  • Bititci, Umit S.; Martinez, Veronica; Albores, Pavel; Parung, Joniarto (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2004-01-01)
    This is a theoretical paper that examines the interplay between individual and collective capabilities and competencies and value transactions in collaborative environments. The theory behind value creation is examined ...
  • Bititci, Umit S.; Martinez, Veronica; Albores, Pavel; Mendibil, Kepa (Taylor & Francis, 2003-07-01)
    Initially this paper asks two questions: In order to create and sustain competitive advantage through collaborative systems WHAT should be managed? and HOW should it be managed? It introduces the competitive business ...
  • Goffin, Keith (2011-01-01)
    Many managers want their organizations to develop breakthrough products and ask their R&D departments to come up with the equivalent of the iPod or iPhone. Unfortunately, the reality is very different-most organizations ...
  • Attia, Usama M.; Hauata, M.; Walton, I.; Annicchiarico, Daniele; Alcock, Jeffrey R. (Elsevier, 2013-09-09)
    This paper presents a novel in situ technique to produce articulated components with high-precision, micro-scale movable interfaces by micro-powder injection moulding (μPIM). The presented process route is based on the use ...
  • Ryals, Lynette (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003-05-01)
    In the early days of relationship marketing, its proponents argued for customer retention on the grounds that this would increase the lifetime value of the customer and, by extension, that this would increase overall ...