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           2014, 2015, 2016, 2017            Ian McLauchlin

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PUBLICATIONS


Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) Thesis

1968, Precipitation in Aluminium-Copper-Lithium Alloys.


Solute atom clustering processes in aluminium-copper-lithium alloys

Mar 1970, Acta Metallurgica Vol 18


High temperature deformation of stainless steel

Apr 1970,  Institute of Physics and the Physical Society

Handbook of Conference on the Applications of High Voltage Electron Microscopy.


Temperature dependence of steady-state creep in 20%Cr-25%Ni-Nb stabilized stainless steel

Proceedings of Conference 'Creep strength in steel and high temperature alloys', University of Sheffield, 20-22 Sept 1972

Sep 1972,  The Metals Society


The effect of long ageing treatments on steady-state creep in 20%Cr-25%Ni Nb stabilised stainless steel

1974,  Metal Science, Vol 8


The relationship between duplex oxidation and structural stability in austenitic stainless steels

Sep 1977, Werkstoffe und Korrosion, Vol 29

Coauthor Dr R. Hales


Determination of the life expectancy of Plant which has operated at high temperature

Nov 1978,  Chartered Mechanical Engineer, Vol 26

Report on the IMechE Conference, 21 November 1978


Creep life of materials with a continuously developing gradient of mechanical properties

Nov 1985,   High Temperature Technology

Description of a generalised computer-based model for predicting the creep behaviour of components undergoing changes in mechanical properties due to continuing environmental effects. The model can deal with either strengthening or weakening of the material, as well as concomitant changes in ductility.The model is illustrated by sample calculations for a steel specimen exposed to carburising environments, and comparisons are made with creep behaviour in an inert environment.


Methods of assessing the effects of interface oxide growth in Magnox and Advance gas-cooled reactor plant

Oct 1986,  Nuclear Energy

Growth of oxide at interfaces between structural steel components in CO2-cooled reactors can deform fastenings such as bolts and welds. The mechanical reponse of joint members to oxide growth is discussed, and methods of assessment are outlined which contribute to procedures for ensuring continued structural integrity.


A computer program for the production of skills profiles for the BTEC/City and Guilds Foundation Programme

Jan 1, 1989 , BTEC/City and Guilds

A computer program, in Basic, for the production of skills profiles for the BTEC/City and Guilds Foundaton Programme - for use with the Amstrad PCW.


The effect of oxidation on the integrity of bolted structures

Mar 1989,  Materials Science and Technology, Vol 6, The Institute of Metals, Structural and Mechanical Properties of Materials undergoing High Temperature Oxidation.


Creep of 9Cr-1Mo steel in a carburising environment

Paper presented at the May 1980 Symposium on Corrosion and Mechanical Stress at High Temperatures, Petten, The Netherlands.


Scientific studies on effects of environment on components in gas cooled nuclear power plant 1972-1992

A listing of scientific papers on the integrity of components and life-limiting features of gas-cooled nuclear power plant structures.

(Restricted Circulation. These are titles only.)

by Dr Ian McLauchlin