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Article

Fatjo, G., Hadfield, M., Vieillard, C. and Sekulic, J., 2009. Early Stage Cavitation Erosion within Ceramics: An Experimental Investigation. Ceramics International, 35 (8), pp. 3301-3312.

Thomas, B., Hadfield, M. and Austen, S., 2009. Experimental Wear Modelling of Lifeboat Slipway Launches. Tribology International, 42 (11-12), pp. 1706-1714.

Thomas, B., Hadfield, M. and Austen, S., 2009. Wear observations applied to Lifeboat Slipway Launches. Wear, 267 (11), pp. 2062-2069.

Garland, N. P., Hadfield, M., Howarth, G. and Middleton, D., 2009. Investment in Sustainable Development: A UK Perspective on the Business and Academic Challenges. Sustainability, 1 (4), pp. 1144-1160.

Book Section

Humphries-Smith, T., 2009. Collaborative Student Centred Learning: Intellectual Property for Product Designers. In: EPDE2009: Creating a Better World. International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education. University of Strathclyde: The Design Society and IED, pp. 49-54.

Conrad, F. and Humphries-Smith, T., 2009. The Development of an On-Line Learning and Teaching Resource for the Socio-Centric Aspects of Sustainable Design. In: EPDE2009: Creating a Better World. International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Education. Unviersity of Strathclyde: The Design Society and IED, pp. 122-127.

Hunt, C. and Reynolds, T., 2009. The Significance of Purchasing Behavioural Characterisation on Sustainable Design Education of Students. In: McMahon, C., Hogarth, P. and Ion, B., eds. Creating a Better World -Proceedings of the 11th Engineering and Product Design Education Conference, University of Brighton, 10th-11th September 2009. Design Society/ Institution of Engineering Designers, pp. 402-408.

Thesis

Thomas, B., 2009. Friction and Wear Performance of Lifeboat Launch Slipways. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

Karunamurthy, B., 2009. Erosion and rolling contact wear mechanisms in silicon nitride hybrid bearings. PhD Thesis (PhD). Bournemouth University.

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