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B12b. Extra resourse_mechanisms of failed tolerance

Dr Rupsha Fraser

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Waves in Complex Continua (Wavinar) - Stewart Haslinger (University of Liverpool)

Subtitles can be turned off by clicking CC. Stewart Haslinger (University of Liverpool, UK) Expected reflection of ultrasound by randomly rough defects for inspection qualification

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Higgs Hour with Tyler Shendruk 'Driven Active Nematics: External stresses drive topological transitions in spontaneously flowing fluids'

Speaker: Tyler Shendruk (University of Edinburgh) Abstract: While traditional fluids only flow when acted upon, a remarkable class of biomaterials spontaneously flow by means of their own…

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6b - Defects passed on to customers

Lecture 6b - Defects passed on to customers by Prof Ian Underwood

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6c - Contribution of design and manufacturing to failures (1)

Lecture 6c - Contribution of design and manufacturing to failures (1) by Prof Ian Underwood

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5a - DPUs

Lecture 5a - DPUs by Prof Ian Underwood

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7a - Contribution of design and manufacturing to failures (2)

Lecture 7a - Contribution of design and manufacturing to failures (2) by Prof Ian Underwood

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6a - Reliability

Lecture 6a - Reliability by Prof Ian Underwood

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5b - Testing

Lecture 5b - Testing by Prof Ian Underwood

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4b - Poisson Distribution

Lecture 4b - Poisson Distribution by Prof Ian Underwood

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4a - Defects and Yields

Lecture 4a - Defects and Yields by Prof Ian Underwood

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2a - The Six Steps to +-6 Sigma

Lecture 2a - The Six Steps to +-6 Sigma by Prof Ian Underwood

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1c - Why not just inspect/test out defects?

Lecture 1c - Why not just inspect/test out defects? by Prof Ian Underwood

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