University of Wolverhampton and Univeristy of Derby
Dr. K. Bari, Priciple Lecturer in the Engineering Department at University of Wolverhampton and leader of the Material Science and Failure Analysis reserach. His research interest is experimental and numerical simulation of material failure in the automotive and aerospace industry. His fundamental research work has led to better understand of distorsion energy theory in high speed rotating components and their equivalent dynamics stresses under vibration. Recently, Dr. Bari has been appointed a research chair at Renishaw Plc for bone implant lattice structure manufactured using state-of-art 3D printer. Dr. Bari reserach is supported by leading software componies such as Ansys in explicit dynamic simulation and star CCM+ in CFD simulation. Dr. Bari is a reviewer in EPRSC funding panel in the field of high resolution X-ray tomography imaging and recently, he has been peer-reviewed £1.8M EPSRC fund awarded to the University of Southhampton. He has over 25 journal and conference publications in the field of material performance under harsh environment, design and optimization of metallic and polymeric composite, X-ray tomography and multi-scale modelling of composite mechanics.
1.Development of composite materials and production technologies for the implementation of function-integrated lightweight-design solutions 2.Implementation ceramics in aero gas turbine engine (SiC) in economically viable industrial production processes for the aviation and machine tools sectors. 3.Viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity in Polymers and composites