Former Group Members

Dr Terry (Tea-Sung) Jun

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Current Activity (03/10/2016)

DPhil Oxford

Post Doctoral Research Associate (HexMat)

Terry focuses on understanding the mechanical response of titanium alloys under a range of time and lengthscales. His particular interest is in understand rate sensitive behaviour in Ti-6A-2Sn-4Zr-XMo alloys, where 2Mo shows significant dwell sensitivity and 6Mo does not. This is complemented by a wide range of collaborative work utilising crystal plasticity finite element modelling, very high rate (impact) testing, strain rate nanoindentation, and transmission EBSD.

Professor Fionn Dunne

Micromechanical testing; microstructural characterisation; titanium alloys; residual stress.

Research Project Page

Engineering Alloys Group

HexMat

Email: t.jun@imperial

Assistant Professor Incheon National University (South Korea)

Dr Jun Jiang

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Current Activity (21/04/2016)

DPhil Oxford

Formerly Post Doctoral Research Associate

Jun focuses on understanding microstructural and residual stress relationships in engineering alloys, principally Ni superalloys for aerospace applications. He has been developing a range of advanced characterisation approaches including digital image correlation and electron backscatter diffraction to reveal heterogeneous deformation. This has been targeted towards understanding fatigue crack initiation and significantly improve our prediction of component life in real aeroengine components.

High resolution electron backscatter diffraction (HR-EBSD); high resolution digital image correlation (HR-DIC); mechanical testing; crystal plasticity modelling.

Professor 'BFionn Dunne

Research Project Page

Engineering Alloys Group

AVIC-BIAM Centre

Email: jun.jiang@imperial

Twitter: @Jun_Crystalline

Research fellow in Mechanics of Materials at Imperial College