Fauzan Adziman

Department of Engineering Science
University of Oxford, UK

Mechanics of Solid Materials

Materials Modelling

Manufacturing

Current research project:
"Modelling of advanced materials for simulation of transformative
manufacturing processes (MAST)."

An international research project dedicated to bring a transition to the next step in high-value manufacturing in the 21st century. To achieve this, modern manufacturing necessitates a broader use of higher temperatures and loading rates. In practice, development of modelling and simulation tools are the only practical in which these challenge will be met, particularly for new transformative manufacturing processes.

Material-removing processes such as solid-state joining processes using linear friction welding, rotary friction welding and ultrasonically-assisted high speed machining are of particular this project research interests. The project involves mathematical modelling including constitutive modelling and experimental validation for high grade alloys such as nickel-based superalloys, titanium and magnesium alloys.




Research highlights

Integrated materials modelling for transformative manufacturing processes.
Applied solid mechanics of materials under extreme conditions.
Physics-based multi-scale constitutive modelling.

Post-doctoral Research

Ph.D. Research

M.Eng. Research

B.Eng. Final Project

Outreach Experience

Leadership Experience

Education

Ph.D.

Computational Mechanics of Materials

Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering, Swansea University

M.Eng.

Solid Mechanics Laboratory

Mechanical and Control Engineering,
Tokyo Institute of Technology

B.Eng.

Engineering Design Center

Mechanical Engineering,
Bandung Institute of Technology

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