Peter D Lee
Peter D Lee
Professor of Materials Science, University College London
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TitleCited byYear
A model of solidification microstructures in nickel-based superalloys: predicting primary dendrite spacing selection
W Wang, PD Lee, M Mclean
Acta materialia 51 (10), 2971-2987, 2003
3342003
Modeling microporosity in aluminum–silicon alloys: a review
PD Lee, A Chirazi, D See
Journal of light metals 1 (1), 15-30, 2001
2512001
Simulation of the columnar-to-equiaxed transition in directionally solidified Al–Cu alloys
HB Dong, PD Lee
Acta Materialia 53 (3), 659-668, 2005
2442005
Non-destructive quantitative 3D analysis for the optimisation of tissue scaffolds
JR Jones, G Poologasundarampillai, RC Atwood, D Bernard, PD Lee
Biomaterials 28 (7), 1404-1413, 2007
2002007
Hierarchical porous materials for tissue engineering
JR Jones, PD Lee, LL Hench
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2006
1982006
Hydrogen porosity in directional solidified aluminium-copper alloys: in situ observation
PD Lee, JD Hunt
Acta Materialia 45 (10), 4155-4169, 1997
1831997
Scatter in fatigue life due to effects of porosity in cast A356-T6 aluminum-silicon alloys
JZ Yi, YX Gao, PD Lee, HM Flower, TC Lindley
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 34 (9), 1879, 2003
1772003
Effect of Fe-content on fatigue crack initiation and propagation in a cast aluminum–silicon alloy (A356–T6)
JZ Yi, YX Gao, PD Lee, TC Lindley
Materials Science and Engineering: A 386 (1-2), 396-407, 2004
1672004
Multiscale modelling of solidification microstructures, including microsegregation and microporosity, in an Al–Si–Cu alloy
PD Lee, A Chirazi, RC Atwood, W Wang
Materials Science and Engineering: A 365 (1-2), 57-65, 2004
1592004
Diffusion-controlled growth of hydrogen pores in aluminium–silicon castings: in situ observation and modelling
RC Atwood, S Sridhar, W Zhang, PD Lee
Acta materialia 48 (2), 405-417, 2000
1562000
Analysis of pore interconnectivity in bioactive glass foams using X-ray microtomography
RC Atwood, JR Jones, PD Lee, LL Hench
Scripta Materialia 51 (11), 1029-1033, 2004
1502004
The effect of porosity on the fatigue life of cast aluminium‐silicon alloys
YX Gao, JZ Yi, PD Lee, TC Lindley
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 27 (7), 559-570, 2004
1502004
Influence of processing conditions on strut structure and compressive properties of cellular lattice structures fabricated by selective laser melting
C Qiu, S Yue, NJE Adkins, M Ward, H Hassanin, PD Lee, PJ Withers, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: A 628, 188-197, 2015
1492015
Effect of clustering on particle pushing and solidification behaviour in TiB2 reinforced aluminium PMMCs
YM Youssef, RJ Dashwood, PD Lee
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 36 (6), 747-763, 2005
1442005
Melt-derived bioactive glass scaffolds produced by a gel-cast foaming technique
ZY Wu, RG Hill, S Yue, D Nightingale, PD Lee, JR Jones
Acta Biomaterialia 7 (4), 1807-1816, 2011
1422011
Hydrogen porosity in directionally solidified aluminium–copper alloys: a mathematical model
PD Lee, JD Hunt
Acta materialia 49 (8), 1383-1398, 2001
1332001
A micro-cell model of the effect of microstructure and defects on fatigue resistance in cast aluminum alloys
YX Gao, JZ Yi, PD Lee, TC Lindley
Acta materialia 52 (19), 5435-5449, 2004
1292004
Characterizing the hierarchical structures of bioactive sol–gel silicate glass and hybrid scaffolds for bone regeneration
RA Martin, S Yue, JV Hanna, PD Lee, RJ Newport, ME Smith, JR Jones
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2012
1212012
Simulation of the three-dimensional morphology of solidification porosity in an aluminium–silicon alloy
RC Atwood, PD Lee
Acta materialia 51 (18), 5447-5466, 2003
1212003
Additive manufactured porous titanium structures: Through-process quantification of pore and strut networks
TB Kim, S Yue, Z Zhang, E Jones, JR Jones, PD Lee
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 214 (11), 2706-2715, 2014
1182014
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