Dr Nathan Cooze
Teaching Tutor - Engineering
Engineering
Telephone: (01792) 606646
Room: Academic Office - A_012
Ground Floor
Engineering Central
Bay Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Corrosion
  • Materials Science
  • Steel Metallurgy
  • Product Design Engineering
  • Corrosion Inhibitors
  • Galvanised steel alloys

Publications

  1. Cooze, N. An investigation into the atmospheric corrosion of brass using sodium chloride-containing water droplets Corrosion & Prevention 2019 Paper No. 66
  2. Cooze, N. A novel time-lapse microscopy technique to study the corrosion mechanisms and effects of phosphate inhibitor during the corrosion of a zinc-magnesium-aluminium alloy coating http://eurocorr.efcweb.org/
  3. Sullivan, J., Cooze, N. In situ monitoring of corrosion mechanisms and phosphate inhibitor surface deposition during corrosion of zinc–magnesium–aluminium (ZMA) alloys using novel time-lapse microscopy Faraday Discuss. 180 361 379
  4. Williams, G., McMurray, H., Sullivan, J., Searle, J., Cooze, N., Wint, N. The Effect of Microstructural Refinement on the Localized Corrosion of Model Zn-Al-Mg Alloy Coatings on Steel Journal of The Electrochemical Society 166 11 C3147 C3158

Teaching

  • EG-110 Engineering Skills & Applications

    Competence in Engineering Drawing and its standards using an industry standard CAD system and essential laboratory skills for Mechanical Engineers.

  • EG-118 Engineering Analysis 1C (Chem & Med)

    This module (in combination with engineering analysis 2) provides the essential grounding in mathematical analysis techniques for engineering students. This module ensures that all students have a suitable level of analytical skills for subsequent engineering modules.

  • EG-118W Engineering Analysis 1C (Chem & Med)

    This module (in combination with Engineering Analysis 2C) provides the essential grounding in mathematical analysis techniques for engineering students. This module ensures that all students have a suitable level of analytical skills for subsequent engineering modules.

  • EG-163 Design and Laboratory Classes 1

    Competence in engineering drawing using an industry standard CAD system and essential laboratory skills

  • EG-184 Mechanical Properties of Materials

    The course provides a basic understanding of the relationship between the microstructure and the mechanical properties of metals. It will build on certain aspects of mechanical performance introduced in EG-180 (Introduction to Materials Engineering) and provide a reference point for supplementary modules in Years 2 and 3.

  • EG-213 Mechanical Properties of Materials

    The course provides a basic understanding of the relationship between the microstructure and the mechanical properties of metals. It will build on certain aspects of mechanical performance introduced in EG-180 (Introduction to Materials Engineering) and provide a reference point for supplementary modules in later years of the study. Module Aims: to introduce the underlying principles of the mechanical properties of engineering materials.

  • EGA324 Mechanical Engineering Practice

    The course builds on the knowledge and experience developed by the students in experimental studies during Level 2. A number of advanced scientific experiments will be undertaken. In addition, students will carry out a number of modelling benchmark problems in order to develop their ability to create appropriate models, interpret the predictions and compare them with alternative solutions.