Hannah Lord

Imperial College London


Research Project: Microstructure Effects on Fatigue in (New) Titanium Alloys
David Dye (Imperial), Davis Rugg (Rolls-Royce PLC)

Hannah graduated from the University of Birmingham with a MEng in Mechanical and Materials Engineering in 2018. Her final year project was looking at dwell fatigue in nickel based superalloys under the supervision of Paul Bowen and Hangyue Li. Upon attaining her Masters degree Hannah moved to Imperial College London to start a PhD in the David Dye group in the Royal School of Mines, studying titanium alloys and the effect that their microstructure has on fatigue