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Connie Qian
Connie Qian
WMG, University of Warwick
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Representative volume elements for discontinuous carbon fibre composites–Part 1: Boundary conditions
LT Harper, C Qian, TA Turner, S Li, NA Warrior
Composites Science and Technology 72 (2), 225-234, 2012
1012012
Representative volume elements for discontinuous carbon fibre composites–Part 2: Determining the critical size
LT Harper, C Qian, TA Turner, S Li, NA Warrior
Composites Science and Technology 72 (2), 204-210, 2012
802012
Notched behaviour of discontinuous carbon fibre composites: Comparison with quasi-isotropic non-crimp fabric
C Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, NA Warrior
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 42 (3), 293-302, 2011
702011
Flow characteristics of carbon fibre moulding compounds
AD Evans, CC Qian, TA Turner, LT Harper, NA Warrior
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 90, 1-12, 2016
422016
3D geometric modelling of discontinuous fibre composites using a force-directed algorithm
LT Harper, CC Qian, R Luchoo, NA Warrior
Journal of Composite Materials 51 (17), 2389-2406, 2017
352017
Finite element modelling of the flexural performance of resorbable phosphate glass fibre reinforced PLA composite bone plates
LT Harper, I Ahmed, RM Felfel, C Qian
journal of the mechanical behavior of biomedical materials 15, 13-23, 2012
232012
Structural optimisation of random discontinuous fibre composites: Part 2–Case study
CC Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, NA Warrior
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 68, 417-424, 2015
132015
Finite element study of the microdroplet test for interfacial shear strength: Effects of geometric parameters for a carbon fibre/epoxy system
Q Zhao, CC Qian, LT Harper, NA Warrior
Journal of Composite Materials 52 (16), 2163-2177, 2018
122018
Structural optimisation of random discontinuous fibre composites: Part 1–Methodology
CC Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, NA Warrior
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 68, 406-416, 2015
82015
Establishing size effects in discontinuous fibre composites using 2D finite element analysis
C Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, S Li, NA Warrior
Computational materials science 64, 106-111, 2012
82012
Determination of the size of representative volume elements for discontinuous fibre composites
C Qian, L Harper, T Turner, S Li, NA Warrior
18th International conference on composite materials, 2011
72011
A Comprehensive Assessment of Commercial Process Simulation Software for Compression Moulding of Sheet Moulding Compound
CC Qian, A Deshpande, M Jesri, R Groves, N Reynolds, K Kendall
Prof. Anne Marie Habraken, 2021
42021
Numerical and Experimental Studies of Multi-ply Woven Carbon Fibre Prepreg Forming Process
C Qian, R Weare, C Pasco, N Kourra, A Attridge, M Williams, K Kendall
Procedia Manufacturing 47, 93-99, 2020
32020
Flow characteristics of carbon fibre sheet moulding compounds
AD Evans, CC Qian, LT Harper, NA Warrior, P Brookbank, L Savage
Proceedings of 20th International Conference on Composite Materials …, 2015
12015
Structural optimisation of 3D components manufactured by the directed carbon fibre preforming process
C Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, NA Warrior
The 15th European Conference on Composite Materials, 2012
12012
Flow Behaviour of Carbon Fibre Sheet Moulding Compound
CC Qian, H Yuan, M Jesri, M Khan, KN Kendall
Key Engineering Materials 926, 1350-1357, 2022
2022
Flow characteristics of carbon fibre moulding compounds Part A Applied science and manufacturing
AD Evans, CC Qian, TA Turner, LT Harper, NA Warrior
2016
Structural optimisation of random discontinuous fibre composites: Part 1–Methodology Part A Applied science and manufacturing
CC Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, NA Warrior
2015
Structural optimisation of random discontinuous fibre composites: Part 2–Case study Part A Applied science and manufacturing
CC Qian, LT Harper, TA Turner, NA Warrior
2015
Structural optimisation of discontinuous carbon fibre composites
CC Qian
University of Nottingham, 2014
2014
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