Piaras Kelly
Piaras Kelly
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Solution of crack problems: the distributed dislocation technique
DA Hills, PA Kelly, DN Dai, AM Korsunsky
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
7022013
A thermomechanical analysis of a family of soil models
IF Collins, PA Kelly
Geotechnique 52 (7), 507-518, 2002
1942002
Viscoelastic response of dry and wet fibrous materials during infusion processes
PA Kelly, R Umer, S Bickerton
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 37 (6), 868-873, 2006
1542006
Simulation of the reinforcement compaction and resin flow during the complete resin infusion process
Q Govignon, S Bickerton, PA Kelly
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 41 (1), 45-57, 2010
1482010
Full field monitoring of the resin flow and laminate properties during the resin infusion process
Q Govignon, S Bickerton, J Morris, PA Kelly
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 39 (9), 1412-1426, 2008
1162008
The design of joints between elastically dissimilar components (with special reference to ceramic/metal joints)
PA Kelly, DA Hills, D Nowell
The Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design 27 (1), 15-20, 1992
601992
Solid mechanics part I: An introduction to solid mechanics
P Kelly
A Creative Commons Attributions, Mountain View, CA 94042, 2013
582013
Transmission of rapidly applied loads through articular cartilage Part 1: uncracked cartilage
PA Kelly, JJ O'Connor
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of …, 1996
531996
A viscoelastic model for the compaction of fibrous materials
PA Kelly
Journal of the Textile Institute 102 (8), 689-699, 2011
492011
A comprehensive filling and tooling force analysis for rigid mould LCM processes
PA Kelly, S Bickerton
Composites Part A: Applied science and manufacturing 40 (11), 1685-1697, 2009
402009
Prediction and experimental verification of normal stress distributions on mould tools during Liquid Composite Moulding
WA Walbran, B Verleye, S Bickerton, PA Kelly
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 43 (1), 138-149, 2012
332012
Simulating the effect of temperature elevation on clamping force requirements during rigid-tool liquid composite moulding processes
A Gupta, PA Kelly, S Bickerton, WA Walbran
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 43 (12), 2221-2229, 2012
262012
Laminate thickness and resin pressure evolution during axisymmetric liquid composite moulding with flexible tooling
J Timms, S Bickerton, PA Kelly
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 43 (4), 621-630, 2012
262012
Efficient experimental characterisation of the permeability of fibrous textiles
EE Swery, T Allen, S Comas-Cardona, Q Govignon, C Hickey, J Timms, ...
Journal of Composite Materials 50 (28), 4023-4038, 2016
252016
Measurements of normal stress distributions experienced by rigid liquid composite moulding tools
WA Walbran, S Bickerton, PA Kelly
Composites Part A: Applied science and manufacturing 40 (8), 1119-1133, 2009
252009
Predicting permeability based on flow simulations and textile modelling techniques: Comparison with experimental values and verification of FlowTex solver using Ansys CFX
EE Swery, R Meier, SV Lomov, K Drechsler, P Kelly
Journal of Composite Materials 50 (5), 601-615, 2016
242016
Experimental investigation into the post-filling stage of the resin infusion process
Q Govignon, S Bickerton, PA Kelly
Journal of composite materials 47 (12), 1479-1492, 2013
242013
Simulation and experimental validation of force controlled compression resin transfer molding
B Verleye, WA Walbran, S Bickerton, PA Kelly
Journal of composite materials 45 (7), 815-829, 2011
222011
Three-dimensional cracks with Dugdale-type plastic zones
PA Kelly, D Nowell
International journal of fracture 106 (4), 291-309, 2000
192000
Transmission of rapidly applied loads through articular cartilage Part 2: cracked cartilage
PA Kelly, JJ O'Connor
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part H: Journal of …, 1996
181996
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