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Composites Polymers are high-performance materials that change according to the environment, they are in. Such materials can be sensitive to a number of factors, such as temperature the intensity of light or an electrical or magnetic field and can respond in various ways, like altering colour or transparency. The most common composite material consists of carbon or glass fibres that are bonded together with a polymer matrix and are often referred to as carbon or glass fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP or GFRP). The combination of being both lights weight and mechanically strong makes them very versatile materials with applications such as in-plane parts, cars, turbines etc. CFRP and GFRPs are however known to be difficult to recycle.....
This project attempts to study FEA/CFD modelling of novel Composites materials to be able to predict the mechanical response and solve the recycling of composites (CFRP, GFRPs) problem.
After graduating from Kingston University in 2016, I have been involved in industrial based projects such as McLaren P1. I started lecturing on the side and I'm currently a full-time lecturer in Mechanical and Aerospace discipline.