Darshil U. Shah
Darshil U. Shah
Associate Professor in Materials Science and Design Studio Teaching, University of Cambridge
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The wood from the trees: The use of timber in construction
MH Ramage, H Burridge, M Busse-Wicher, G Fereday, T Reynolds, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 68, 333-359, 2017
Developing plant fibre composites for structural applications by optimising composite parameters: a critical review
DU Shah
Journal of materials science 48 (18), 6083-6107, 2013
Towards the design of high-performance plant fibre composites
A Bourmaud, J Beaugrand, DU Shah, V Placet, C Baley
Progress in Materials Science 97, 347-408, 2018
Can flax replace E-glass in structural composites? A small wind turbine blade case study
DU Shah, PJ Schubel, MJ Clifford
Composites Part B: Engineering 52, 172-181, 2013
Natural fibre composites: Comprehensive Ashby-type materials selection charts
DU Shah
Materials & Design (1980-2015) 62, 21-31, 2014
Determining the minimum, critical and maximum fibre content for twisted yarn reinforced plant fibre composites
DU Shah, PJ Schubel, P Licence, MJ Clifford
Composites Science and Technology 72 (15), 1909-1917, 2012
Can silk become an effective reinforcing fibre? A property comparison with flax and glass reinforced composites
DU Shah, D Porter, F Vollrath
Composites Science and Technology 101, 173-183, 2014
Modelling the effect of yarn twist on the tensile strength of unidirectional plant fibre yarn composites
DU Shah, PJ Schubel, MJ Clifford
Journal of Composite Materials 47 (4), 425-436, 2013
Fatigue life evaluation of aligned plant fibre composites through S–N curves and constant-life diagrams
DU Shah, PJ Schubel, MJ Clifford, P Licence
Composites Science and Technology 74, 139-149, 2013
Evaluation of cure shrinkage measurement techniques for thermosetting resins
DU Shah, PJ Schubel
Polymer Testing 29 (6), 629-639, 2010
Damage in biocomposites: Stiffness evolution of aligned plant fibre composites during monotonic and cyclic fatigue loading
DU Shah
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 83, 160-168, 2016
Bioinspired supramolecular fibers drawn from a multiphase self-assembled hydrogel
Y Wu, DU Shah, C Liu, Z Yu, J Liu, X Ren, MJ Rowland, C Abell, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (31), 8163-8168, 2017
The strength of plants: theory and experimental methods to measure the mechanical properties of stems
DU Shah, TPS Reynolds, MH Ramage
Journal of Experimental Botany 68 (16), 4497-4516, 2017
The tensile behavior of off‐axis loaded plant fiber composites: An insight on the nonlinear stress–strain response
DU Shah, PJ Schubel, MJ Clifford, P Licence
Polymer Composites 33 (9), 1494-1504, 2012
Why do we observe significant differences between measured and ‘back-calculated’properties of natural fibres?
DU Shah, RK Nag, MJ Clifford
Cellulose 23 (3), 1481-1490, 2016
Hydroxyethylcellulose surface treatment of natural fibres: the new ‘twist’in yarn preparation and optimization for composites applicability
DU Shah, PJ Schubel, P Licence, MJ Clifford
Journal of Materials Science 47, 2700-2711, 2012
Thermal conductivity of engineered bamboo composites
DU Shah, MCD Bock, H Mulligan, MH Ramage
Journal of Materials Science 51, 2991-3002, 2016
Mechanical properties of leaf sheath date palm fibre waste biomass reinforced polycaprolactone (PCL) biocomposites
H Dhakal, A Bourmaud, F Berzin, F Almansour, Z Zhang, DU Shah, ...
Industrial crops and products 126, 394-402, 2018
Exploring the potential of waste leaf sheath date palm fibres for composite reinforcement through a structural and mechanical analysis
A Bourmaud, H Dhakal, A Habrant, J Padovani, D Siniscalco, ...
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 103, 292-303, 2017
Chemical composition of processed bamboo for structural applications
B Sharma, DU Shah, J Beaugrand, ER Janeček, OA Scherman, ...
Cellulose 25, 3255-3266, 2018
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