D irector of Oxford Centre for Advanced Materials and Composites (ocamac) and Faraday Partnership In Automotive And Aerospace Materials




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Director of Oxford Centre for Advanced Materials and Composites (OCAMAC) and Faraday Partnership In Automotive And Aerospace Materials
Royal Society University Research Fellow

Department of Materials
University of Oxford
Parks Road
Oxford OX1 3PH

Office: Engineering and Technology Building : Room 40.22 and Begbroke Business and Science Park
Tel: +44 1865 283324 or 283703
Fax: +44 1865 848790
Email: patrick.grant@materials.ox.ac.uk

Current Research Projects
Recent Publications
D.Phil. Projects Available
Spray Processing Group Homepage

Summary of Research Interests

Fundamental understanding of the complex underlying physics during materials processing is required to manipulate microstructure, extract maximum economic benefit and impose process control. Research concerns detailed investigation of novel manufacturing routes and materials utilising liquid droplets by a combination of experimentation on near industrial scale, custom built manufacturing plants; on-line process diagnostics; numerical simulation; and close collaboration with industry.

Manufacturing processes based upon the spraying of molten materials are employed for a wide range of advanced coatings, free standing complex shapes and large forging preforms.

The flexibility of spray processing allows metal, ceramic, or metal/ceramic composite coatings to be manufactured on metal or ceramic substrates giving a diverse range of engineered materials for use in wear, corrosion, erosion and oxidation resistant, thermal barrier, bond coat, abradable seal and orthopaedic applications.

Free standing complex shapes and large, near net shape alloy preforms exhibit benefits typical of rapid solidification such as low contamination and refined structures which offer improved secondary processing characteristics and mechanical properties. There are many spray processes depending upon the material to be manufactured, but common to all processes is the formation of a continuous spray of sub-millimetre molten droplets of the material to be sprayed, and the subsequent deposition of these droplets to form incrementally a coating, a complex shape or a large preform.

Current Research Projects

Overview of research areas can be found on the Spray Processing Group Homepage

Also see the Researches in Progress Database for details of all current projects.

Recent Publications

Baker AM; Grant PS; Jenkins ML 'The response of SiC fibres to vacuum plasma spraying and vacuum hot pressing during the fabrication of titanium matrix composites' JOURNAL OF MICROSCOPY-OXFORD 1999, Vol 196, pp 162-174

Djuric Z; Newbery P; Grant P 'Two-dimensional simulation of liquid metal spray deposition onto a complex surface' MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 1999, Vol 7, Iss 4, pp 553-571

Newbery AP; Grant PS 'Droplet splashing during arc spraying of steel and the effect on deposit microstructure' JOURNAL OF THERMAL SPRAY TECHNOLOGY 2000, Vol 9, Iss 2, pp 250-258

Zhao, YY Grant, PS Cantor, B 'Modelling and experimental analysis of vacuum plasma spraying. Part I: prediction of initial plasma properties at plasma gun exit' MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 2000, Vol 8, Iss 4, pp 497-513

Zhao, YY Grant, PS Cantor, B 'Modelling and experimental analysis of vacuum plasma spraying. Part II: prediction of temperatures and velocities of plasma gases and Ti particles in a plasma jet' MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MATERIALS SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 2000, Vol 8, Iss 4, pp 515-540

Characterisation of electric arc spray formed Ni superalloy IN718, M.K. Hedges, A.P. Newbery and P.S. Grant, Proc. Spray Deposition and Atomization 2000, (ed. K Bauckhage, V Uhlenwinkel & U Fritching), pp. 379-394, University of Bremen, Germany (2000).

Modelling of deposit shape during metal spraying: the influence of splashing and redeposition, Z. Djuri_ and P.S. Grant, Proc 8th Int. Conf. Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems, Pasadena, CA. USA (2000; on CD-ROM).

Chemical interaction between Sigma 1140+ fibre and Ti-6Al-4V, K-H. Baik and P.S. Grant, Scripta Mat., 44 (2001), 607-612.

Two dimensional simulation of liquid metal spray deposition onto a complex surface II: splashing and redeposition, Z. Djuri_ and P.S. Grant, Modelling Simul. Mater. Sci. Eng., 9 (2001), 111-127.

Low pressure plasma spraying of sol-gel Al2O3/SiC nanocomposite coatings, S. Jiansirisomboon, S.G. Roberts and P.S. Grant, Thermal Spray 2001: New Surfaces for a New Millennium, (eds. C.C. Berndt, K.A. Khor & E.F. Lugscheider), pp. 389-398, ASM Int., Ohio, USA (2001).

Thermal barrier coatings, P.S. Grant, Aerospace Materials (eds. H. Assender, B. Cantor and P.S. Grant), pp. 294-310, Inst. Phys., Bristol, UK (2001).

Aerospace Materials, edited by H. Assender, B. Cantor and P.S. Grant.

Patent: Control of deposition and other processes, UK Patent Application 0026868.0, (2000).

Patent: Control of deposition and other processes, UK Patent Application 0105411.3, (5 March 2001).

D.Phil. Projects Available

Research projects are available in the general field of materials processing. Research concerns detailed investigation of novel manufacturing routes and materials utilising liquid droplets by a combination of experimentation on near industrial scale, custom built manufacturing plants; on-line process diagnostics; numerical simulation; and close collaboration with industry. (Industrial interest from Ford, Rolls-Royce, Bae)

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