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Simon A Hayes
Simon A Hayes
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A self-healing thermosetting composite material
SA Hayes, FR Jones, K Marshiya, W Zhang
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 38 (4), 1116-1120, 2007
2992007
Self-healing of damage in fibre-reinforced polymer-matrix composites
SA Hayes, W Zhang, M Branthwaite, FR Jones
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 4 (13), 381-387, 2007
2492007
Self-healing of damage in fibre-reinforced polymer-matrix composites
SA Hayes, W Zhang, M Branthwaite, FR Jones
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 4 (13), 381-387, 2007
2492007
In-situ process and condition monitoring of advanced fibre-reinforced composite materials using optical fibre sensors
C Doyle, A Martin, T Liu, M Wu, S Hayes, PA Crosby, GR Powell, ...
Smart materials and structures 7 (2), 145, 1998
1151998
A practical structural health monitoring system for carbon fibre reinforced composite based on electrical resistance
TJ Swait, FR Jones, SA Hayes
Composites science and technology 72 (13), 1515-1523, 2012
852012
A resistance-based damage location sensor for carbon-fibre composites
L Hou, SA Hayes
Smart Materials and Structures 11 (6), 966, 2002
672002
Dynamic nanoindentation as a tool for the examination of polymeric materials
SA Hayes, AA Goruppa, FR Jones
Journal of Materials Research 19 (11), 3298-3306, 2004
612004
Fibre/matrix stress transfer through a discrete interphase. Part 1: single-fibre model composites
SA Hayes, R Lane, FR Jones
Composites Part A: applied science and manufacturing 32 (3-4), 379-389, 2001
592001
A review on composite materials based on recycled thermoplastics and glass fibres
L Scelsi, A Hodzic, C Soutis, SA Hayes, S Rajendran, MA AlMa'adeed, ...
Plastics, Rubber and Composites 40 (1), 1-10, 2011
462011
The role of matrix cracks and fibre/matrix debonding on the stress transfer between fibre and matrix in a single fibre fragmentation test
AC Johnson, SA Hayes, FR Jones
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 43 (1), 65-72, 2012
382012
Direct electrical cure of carbon fiber composites
SA Hayes, AD Lafferty, G Altinkurt, PR Wilson, M Collinson, P Duchene
Advanced manufacturing: polymer & composites science 1 (2), 112-119, 2015
372015
Smart composite materials for self-sensing and self-healing
TJ Swait, A Rauf, R Grainger, PBS Bailey, AD Lafferty, EJ Fleet, RJ Hand, ...
Plastics, Rubber and Composites 41 (4-5), 215-224, 2012
372012
Fibre/matrix stress transfer through a discrete interphase: 2. High volume fraction systems
R Lane, SA Hayes, FR Jones
Composites science and technology 61 (4), 565-578, 2001
372001
Plastics recycling: insights into life cycle impact assessment methods
S Rajendran, A Hodzic, L Scelsi, S Hayes, C Soutis, M Alma’Adeed, ...
Plastics, rubber and composites 42 (1), 1-10, 2013
362013
How wide do you want the jar?: the effect on diameter for ease of opening for wide‐mouth closures
A Yoxall, J Langley, R Janson, R Lewis, J Wearn, SA Hayes, L Bix
Packaging Technology and Science: An International Journal 23 (1), 11-18, 2010
322010
Thermally induced self healing of thermosetting resins and matrices in smart composites
FR Jones, W Zhang, SA Hayes
Self Healing Materials, 69-93, 2007
322007
Characterisation of thermo-mechanical properties of MgO–Al2O3–SiO2 glass ceramic with different heat treatment temperatures
Z Shamsudin, A Hodzic, C Soutis, RJ Hand, SA Hayes, IP Bond
Journal of materials science 46 (17), 5822-5829, 2011
312011
Electrical damage detection system for a self-healing polymeric composite
S Hayes, F Jones
US Patent App. 11/577,968, 2009
302009
Phase-stepping photoelasticity for the measurement of interfacial shear stress in single fibre composites
FM Zhao, SA Hayes, EA Patterson, FR Jones
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 37 (2), 216-221, 2006
302006
In situ self-sensing fibre reinforced composites
S Hayes, T Liu, D Brooks, S Monteith, B Ralph, S Vickers, GF Fernando
Smart materials and structures 6 (4), 432, 1997
281997
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