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Dr James Campbell

Dr James Campbell
Reader - Structural Integrity

Howell Building 107

Teaching

Dr Campbell is module leader for:

  • Reliability Engineering ME5605. (Structural Integrity MSc)
  • Reliabilty Engineering and Risk Management  ME5637. (Oil & Gas MSc)
  • Design and Analysis of Aircraft and Aerospace Vehicles ME5539-ME5309. (Aerospace MEng and MSc courses)
  • Current Topics in Aerospace ME5315-ME5544. (Aerospace MEng and MSc courses)

Dr Campbell contributes to the following modules:

  • Fracture Mechanics and Fatigue Analysis ME 5600 (Structural Integrity MSc)
  • Major Individual Project ME3309-ME3399 (Engineering MEng and BEng students)
  • Dissertation ME5612 (Structural Integrity MSc)
  • Dissertation ME5638 (Oil & Gas MSc)
  • Dissertation ME5500 (Aerospace MSc)

At Cranfield University Dr Campbell delivered MSc and CPD teaching on:

  • Crashworthiness ,
  • Structural Stability (buckling and post-buckling of thin-walled structures) ,
  • Simulation for Crash and Impact,
  • Material Characterisation,
  • Aircraft Stress Analysis,
  • Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics.

Experience included:

  • Course director for development and delivery of a new Masters programme on Crashworthiness (now Lightweight Structures and Composites).
  • Development and delivery of bespoke CPD courses for industrial clients including Boeing and Augusta Westland.
  • External Examiner, MEng/BEng Aerospace Engineering, University of Bath. 2017-2021.