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Publications from 2011

Publications from 2011

Antypov, D., Elliott, J.A. and B.C. Hancock "Effect of particle size on energy dissipation in viscoelastic granular collisions", Phys. Rev. E, 84, 021303 (2011).

Shibuta, Y. and Elliott, J.A. "Interaction between two graphene sheets with a turbostratic orientational relationship", Chem. Phys. Lett., 512, 146-150 (2011).

Elliott, J.A., Wu, D.S., Paddison, S.J. and Moore, R.B. "A unified morphological description of Nafion membranes from SAXS and mesoscale simulations", Soft Matter, 7, 6820-6827 (2011).

Han, L.H., Laity, P.R., Cameron, R.E. and Elliott, J.A. "Density and plastic strain evaluations using small-angle X-ray scattering and finite element simulations for powder compacts of complex shape", J. Mat. Sci., 46, 5977-5990 (2011).

Elliott, J.A. "Novel Approaches to Multiscale Modelling in Materials Science", International Materials Reviews, 56, 207-225 (2011).

Engels, V., Geng, J., Jones, G.M., Elliott, J.A., Wheatley, A.E.H. and Boss, S.R. "Cobalt catalyzed carbon nanotube growth on graphitic paper supports", Curr. Nanosci., 7, 315-322 (2011).

Antypov, D. and Elliott, J.A. "On an analytical solution for the damped Hertzian spring", Europhys. Lett., 94, 50004 (2011).

Vilatela, J.J., Elliott, J.A. and Windle, A.H., "A model for the strength of yarn-like carbon nanotube fibers", ACS Nano, 5, 1921-1927 (2011).

The effect of nanotube content and orientation on the mechanical properties of polymer – nanotube composite fibres: Separating intrinsic reinforcement from orientational effects
FM Blighe, K Young, JN Coleman, IA Kinloch, L Deng, RJ Young and AH Windle
Advanced Functional Materials, 2011, 21,2, 364-371.

Infiltration of highly aligned carbon nanotube arrays with molten polystyrene
S Boncel, KK Koziol, KZ Walczak, MSP Shaffer and AH Windle
Material Letters, 2011, 65, 2299-2303

Tuning the mechanical properties of composites from elastomeric to rigid thermoplastic by controlled addition of carbon nanotubes
U Khan, A O’Neill, JN Coleman, JJ Vilatela and AH Windle
Small, 2011, 7, 1579-1586

Structure of and stress transfer in fibres spun from carbon nanotubes produced by chemical vapour deposition
JJ Vilatela, L Deng, IA Kinloch, RJ Young and AH Windle
Carbon, 2011, 49, 4149-4158

Hierarchical carbon nanotube-inorganic hybrid structures involving CNT arrays and CNT fibers
S Neocleus, SW Pattinson, AMM Motta, D Eder and AH Windle
Functional Materials Letters, 2011, 4, 1, 83-89

Shear-induced anisotropy of concentrated multiwalled carbon nanotube suspensions using X-ray scattering
P Saswati, S Rahatekar, JW Gilman ,WR Burghardt, KK Koziol and AH Windle
Journal of Rheology, 2011, 55, 5, 1033-1-58

Enhancement of the mechanical properties of directly spun CNT fibres by chemical treatment
S Boncel, RM Sundaram, KK Koziol amd AH Windle
ACS Nano, 2011, 5, 12, 9339-9344

Continuous direct spinning of fibres of single-walled carbon nanotubes with metallic chirality
RM Sundaram, KK Koziol and AH Windle
Advanced Materials, 2011, 23, 43, 5064-5068

A multifunctional yarn made of carbon nanotubes
JJ Vilatela and AH Windle
Journal of Engineered Fibres and Fabrics, 2011, 7, SI, 23-28

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