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Chinnapat Panwisawas

  • BSc, PhD, CEng, MInstP, MIMMM, MIMechE
  • EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellow
  • University of Oxford
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Research interests

Thermal Fluid DynamicsMaterials ScienceMaterials Physics

About

Dr Chinnapat Panwisawas is a Research Fellow in School of Metallurgy and Materials. He obtained his PhD in Metallurgy and Materials from University of Birmingham, UK (2013) under the supervision of Professor Roger C. Reed, and his BSc (1st Class Honours) in Physics (Honours Programme) from Department of Physics, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand (2008). After the conferment of his PhD, Dr Panwisawas has joined the CASiM2 research group led by Professor Jeffery W. Brooks and Dr. Hector C. Basoalto of the University of Birmingham in June 2013. Currently, his research interest focuses on multi-scale multi-physics approaches to modelling of liquid/solid reactions, particularly in fusion welding and additive manufacturing of high performance alloys (nickel-based superalloys and titanium alloys) within an integrated computational materials engineering (ICME) framework. Validatory studies with a variety of experimentation are used to verify the mathematical modellings.

Co-authors (37)

  • Moataz Attallah
  • Alexander Korsunsky
  • Sukit Panvisavas
  • Paraskevas Kontis

Publications (5)

  • Neutron tomography methods applied to a nickel-based superalloy additive manufacture build

    • Turner R
    • Panwisawas C
    • Lu Y
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  • Prediction of Grain Structure Evolution During Rapid Solidification of High Energy Density Beam Induced Re-Melting

    • Flint T
    • Panwisawas C
    • Sovani Y
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  • Modelling of thermal fluid dynamics for fusion welding

    • Panwisawas C
    • Sovani Y
    • Turner R
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  • The contrasting roles of creep and stress relaxation in the time- dependent deformation during in- situ cooling of a nickel-base single crystal superalloy

    • Panwisawas C
    • Souza N
    • Collins D
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  • A multi-scale multi-physics approach to modelling of additive manufacturing in nickel-based superalloys

    • Panwisawas C
    • Sovani Y
    • Anderson M
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Editorships

Scientific Reports

Reviewer

2017 - Present

Materials and Design

Reviewer

2015 - Present

Materials Science and Engineering A

Reviewer

2016

Scripta Materialia

Reviewer

2015

Professional experience

EPSRC UKRI Innovation Fellow

University of Oxford

June 2018 - Present

Research Fellow

University of Birmingham

June 2013 - May 2018(5 years)

Education

PhD in Metallurgy and Materials

University of Birmingham

January 2009 - November 2012(4 years)

BSc (First class honours) in Physics (Honours Programme)

Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Science

May 2004 - March 2008(4 years)