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Clive Siviour
Clive Siviour
Professor of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
Verified email at eng.ox.ac.uk
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Review of experimental techniques for high rate deformation and shock studies
JE Field, SM Walley, WG Proud, HT Goldrein, CR Siviour
International Journal of Impact Engineering 30 (7), 725-775, 2004
8952004
The high strain rate compressive behaviour of polycarbonate and polyvinylidene difluoride
CR Siviour, SM Walley, WG Proud, JE Field
Polymer 46 (26), 12546-12555, 2005
2362005
High Strain Rate Mechanics of Polymers: A Review
CR Siviour, JL Jordan
Journal of Dynamic Behavior of Materials 2 (1), 15-32, 2016
2282016
In-plane and through-thickness properties, failure modes, damage and delamination in 3D woven carbon fibre composites subjected to impact loading
R Gerlach, CR Siviour, J Wiegand, N Petrinic
Composites Science and Technology 72 (3), 397-411, 2012
1642012
Mechanical properties of Epon 826/DEA epoxy
JL Jordan, JR Foley, CR Siviour
Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials 12 (3), 249-272, 2008
1572008
Experimental characterisation and constitutive modelling of RTM-6 resin under impact loading
R Gerlach, CR Siviour, N Petrinic, J Wiegand
Polymer 49 (11), 2728-2737, 2008
1472008
Particle size effects on the mechanical properties of a polymer bonded explosive
CR Siviour, MJ Gifford, SM Walley, WG Proud, JE Field
Journal of materials science 39 (4), 1255-1258, 2004
1422004
Temperature–time response of a polymer bonded explosive in compression (EDC37)
DM Williamson, CR Siviour, WG Proud, SJP Palmer, R Govier, K Ellis, ...
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 41 (8), 085404, 2008
1212008
High strain rate properties of a polymer-bonded sugar: their dependence on applied and internal constraints
CR Siviour, PR Laity, WG Proud, JE Field, D Porter, PD Church, P Gould, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering …, 2008
1192008
Deformation behaviour of stainless steel microlattice structures by selective laser melting
P Li, Z Wang, N Petrinic, CR Siviour
Materials Science and Engineering: A 614, 116-121, 2014
1152014
Beyond Hopkinson's bar
F Pierron, H Zhu, C Siviour
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2014
1122014
Mechanical properties of SnPb and lead-free solders at high rates of strain
CR Siviour, SM Walley, WG Proud, JE Field
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 38 (22), 4131, 2005
1002005
Compressive properties of extruded polytetrafluoroethylene
JL Jordan, CR Siviour, JR Foley, EN Brown
Polymer 48 (14), 4184-4195, 2007
972007
Behaviour of ammonium perchlorate–based propellants and a polymer–bonded explosive under impact loading
JE Balzer, CR Siviour, SM Walley, WG Proud, JE Field
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2004
932004
High-strain rate Brazilian testing of an explosive simulant using speckle metrology
SG Grantham, CR Siviour, WG Proud, JE Field
Measurement Science and Technology 15 (9), 1867, 2004
902004
Strain rate dependent compressive properties of glass microballoon epoxy syntactic foams
P Li, N Petrinic, CR Siviour, R Froud, JM Reed
Materials Science and Engineering: A 515 (1-2), 19-25, 2009
892009
Lubrication of polycarbonate at cryogenic temperatures in the split Hopkinson pressure bar
A Trautmann, CR Siviour, SM Walley, JE Field
International journal of impact engineering 31 (5), 523-544, 2005
852005
A Thermoreversible Supramolecular Polyurethane with Excellent Healing Ability at 45 C
A Feula, A Pethybridge, I Giannakopoulos, X Tang, A Chippindale, ...
Macromolecules 48 (17), 6132-6141, 2015
842015
A novel method for pulse shaping of Split Hopkinson tensile bar signals
R Gerlach, SK Sathianathan, C Siviour, N Petrinic
International Journal of Impact Engineering 38 (12), 976-980, 2011
672011
3D deformation and strain analysis in compacted sugar using x-ray microtomography and digital volume correlation
F Forsberg, CR Siviour
Measurement Science and Technology 20 (9), 095703, 2009
672009
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