Made to Measure Materials

Measuring Materials, Making Materials to Measure

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If you’ve come here looking for the latest Made2Measure blog post, apologies.  We should be posting incredibly exciting news, but this is still currently under embargo – we hope to be able to bring this to you very soon.   Please keep checking back – the new post will be up as soon as we’re […]


Made to Measure…Cracks

Who are you?:  Souhad Boughanem What is your role?: I was an EngD Research Engineer What is your work about?: Getting cement to crack in a controllable way. I beg your pardon?: Cementitious materials are very brittle.  When subjected to compressive loads, this doesn’t matter, but when in complex/mixed loading conditions or, very rarely, pure […]


Made to Measure…Seals

Who are you?: Paul Yates What is your role?: Ph.D. Researcher What?: Characterisation of glass-to-metal seals I beg your pardon?: Glass-to-metal seals are useful when an electrical feed-through (generally feeding a wire into/out of a component) is required and the system needs to withstand higher pressures or temperatures than could be dealt with by a […]


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From time to time on this blog we will provide critical abstracts of key publications we think worthy of special attention because of their significant contribution to the Made-to-Measure Materials agenda. This is the first of these critical abstracts. H. B. Plumbum and B. I. S. Söfta, From 2D to 3D: New Applications for Graphene, […]