Dr Tristan Shelley
|Position||Research Fellow (Thermoset Composites Manufacturing - Pultrusion)|
|Section||Centre for Future Materials (Operations)|
|Phone||+61 7 4631 5474|
|Qualifications||BEng Qld , PhD Qld|
Dr Tristan Shelley is a mechanical and aerospace engineer and early career researcher, focused in the areas of design and manufacturing of composite materials contributing to high-value composite components for industry. He has specialised in the areas of advanced and automated manufacturing, static and dynamic numerical analysis, and product design among other industry focused R&D activities. Tristan completed his Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering degree at the University of Queensland, Australia in 2011. Directly after completing his bachelor¿s degree he remained at the University of Queensland to study for his PhD investigating the topic `Understanding Joint Formation in Thermoset Composite Welding (TCW) Joints for New-Generation Advanced Composite Commercial Aircraft¿ for CRC-ACS partner Airbus. Tristan completed his PhD in late-2015, after which he immigrated to the United Kingdom to begin a Research Engineer position at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) Composite Centre, a part of the University of Sheffield. During his time at the AMRC, Tristan worked on a variety of programs in both the Aerospace and Automotive sectors. In this diverse research environment Tristan developed a range of designs and solutions using technologies and advanced manufacturing techniques to provide innovate solutions to industry. During his 3.5 years in the UK, he helped develop a number of industrial collaborations with UK OEMs, Tier 1 supplier and local SMEs. In late-2019, Tristan moved back to Australia to take up a Research Engineer position at USQ within the Centre of Future Materials (CFM). He is based at the Toowoomba campus. USQ Research Affiliations: ¿ Centre for Future Materials (CFM) Current Projects: ¿ CRC-P Advanced Composite Pultrusion Manufacturing for Next Generation Civil Structures: a three year program with Wagners CFT begun in late-2019 focusing on holistic engineering approach to optimise the existing composite pultrusion process for increased productivity and development of novel value-added products. ¿ DST Tailored Composite Scarf Repair with Additive Manufacturing: an investigation of adhesive bonded composite repair with additive manufactured metal. Administrative Responsibilities: ¿ Chair of Centre for Future Materials Facilities Committee, USQ, Australia
Publications in ePrints
Shelley, Tristan J. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4812-0285 and Dickinson, Calum P. M. and Tew, Hannah and Scaife, Richard J. (2018) A study on rapid forming of aerospace stiffeners. In: SAMPE Europe - Conference Southamphon 2018, 11-13 Sept 2018, Southampton, United Kingdom.
Shelley, Tristan J, ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4812-0285 and Dickinson, Calum P. M. and Tew, Hannah and Scaife, Richard J. (2018) A study on rapid forming of aerospace stiffeners. In: SAMPE Europe - Conference Southamphon 2018, 11-13 Sept 2018, Southampton, United Kingdom.
Shelley, Tristan ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4812-0285 and Liu, Xiaolin and Veidt, Martin and Heitzmann, Michael and Paton, Rowan (2014) Modelling squeeze flow of viscous polymer melts. In: 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), 5th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM V), 6th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI), 20–25 July 2014, Barcelona, Spain.
Shelley, T. J. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4812-0285 and Liew, C. K. (2013) Application of wavelet parameters for impact damage detection in plates. Key Engineering Materials, 558. pp. 12-24. ISSN 1013-9826