Dr Elizabeth Sackett
Lecturer
Engineering
Telephone: (01792) 295413
Room: Academic Office - A211
Second Floor
Engineering East
Bay Campus

Publications

  1. Germain, L., Sackett, E., Bache, M. Inhomogeneous Strain Accumulation in a Model Near a Titanium Alloy
  2. SACKETT, E., GERMAIN, L., BACHE, M., Sackett, E. Crystal plasticity, fatigue crack initiation and fatigue performance of advanced titanium alloys International Journal of Fatigue 29 9-11 2015 2021
  3. Achintha, M., Nowell, D., Fufari, D., Sackett, E., Bache, M., Bache, M., Sackett, E. Fatigue behaviour of geometric features subjected to laser shock peening: experiments and modelling International Journal of Fatigue
  4. Yousef, H., Cobley, R., Davies, H., James, D., Mehmood, S., Sackett, E., Sienz, J., Davies, H., Yousef, H., Cobley, R., Sackett, E. Establishing a quantifiable tarnish timeline for comparison of anti-tarnish processes in metals Materials and Corrosion 66 10 1120 1124
  5. Di Salvo, D., Sackett, E., Johnston, R., Thompson, D., Andrews, P., Bache, M., Bache, M., Johnston, R., Sackett, E. Mechanical characterisation of a fibre reinforced oxide/oxide ceramic matrix composite Journal of the European Ceramic Society 35 16 4513 4520

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Teaching

  • EG-392 Physical Metallurgy of Steels

    This module will provide you with comprehensive theoretical understanding of the uses of ferrous alloys which will be of critical value in the design and implementation of your research project and in the appreciation of value added products. It is also the case that you will have a greater awareness of the potential for multi-material design solutions.

  • EG-M109 Advanced Metallurgy

    The module will provide a deeper understanding of the physical principles underlying the processing and surface treatment of metallic materials. The material covered will cross cut the engineering disciplines of advanced manufacturing technology and metallurgy to broaden the technical and industrial context of advanced metallurgy. Within this context the resulting phase transformations in metals and alloys can be demonstrated through the control of judicious choice of processing route and conditions.

  • EGTM92 Physical Metallurgy of Steels

    This module will provide you with comprehensive theoretical understanding of the uses of ferrous alloys which will be of critical value in the design and implementation of your research project and in the appreciation of value added products. It is also the case that you will have a greater awareness of the potential for multi-material design solutions.

Supervision

  • Integration of nanomechanical property testing in a correlative imaging workflow (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Prof Richard Johnston
  • Evaluating the effect of calcium treatment on ductility and hole expansion performance of the HSLA steel grades and defining the suitability of the products for the new market (current)

    MRes
    Other supervisor: Prof David Penney
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
  • Optimisation of High Yield Steel Coil Processing Characteristics MSc (current)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Dr Mark Coleman
  • Corrosion Resistance of Novel Coatings on Packaging Steels (current)

    EngD
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Prof Hamilton Mcmurray
  • Hydrogen Embrittlement of Automotive Ultra High Strength Steels – Mechanism & Minimisation: (current)

    EngD
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Prof Hamilton Mcmurray
  • Investigating Formability of Future Steel Grades Using Rapid Alloy Prototyping (current)

    EngD
    Other supervisor: Dr Hollie Cockings
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
  • A representative assessment of novel high performance steels produced through rapid alloy prototyping (current)

    EngD
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Dr Hollie Cockings
  • Ultra-High Strength Steels for Roll Formed Automotive Body in White Applications (current)

    EngD
    Other supervisor: Prof Cameron Pleydell-Pearce
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
  • High Performance Coating for an Olympic Rugby Wheelchair (awarded 2019)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Dr Will Harrison
  • Optimising the Magnetic and Mechanical Properties of Thin Gauge Automotive NGO Electrical Steel (awarded 2019)

    EngD
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Prof Cameron Pleydell-Pearce
  • FATIGUE ASSESSMENT OF HISTORIC WELDS IN PIPELINES (awarded 2019)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Prof Richard Johnston
  • 'Optimising material boding performance in a new generation of ultrasonic sensors' (awarded 2018)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Dr Andrew Rees
  • ''''Impact of corrosion on performance of structural stainless-steel components'''' (awarded 2017)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Dr Elizabeth Sackett
    Other supervisor: Dr Karen Perkins