Dr Claudia Creighton

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Postdoctoral Research Fellow In Carbon Fibres

Faculty

Instit for Frontier Materials

Department

Instit for Frontier Materials

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

Contact

Publications

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2019

Time dependent structure and property evolution in fibres during continuous carbon fibre manufacturing

Srinivas Nunna, Maxime Maghe, Rohit Rana, Russell Varley, Daniel Knorr Jr, James Sands, Claudia Creighton, Luke Henderson, Minoo Naebe

(2019), Vol. 12, pp. 1-10, Materials, Basel, Switzerland, C1

journal

Development of a light-weight seat structure using a hybrid material approach

Claudia Creighton, Mandy De Souza, Russell Varley, John Antony

(2019), pp. 61-67, Technologies for economical and functional lightweight design : Conference proceedings 2018, Wolfsburg, Germany, E1

conference
2017

Evolution of radial heterogeneity in polyacrylonitrile fibres during thermal stabilization: An overview

S Nunna, M Naebe, N Hameed, B Fox, C Creighton

(2017), Vol. 136, pp. 20-30, Polymer Degradation and Stability, C1

journal

Radial structure and property relationship in the thermal stabilization of PAN precursor fibres

S Nunna, C Creighton, N Hameed, M Naebe, L Henderson, M Setty, B Fox

(2017), Vol. 59, pp. 203-211, Polymer Testing, C1

journal

The effect of thermally induced chemical transformations on the structure and properties of carbon fibre precursors

S Nunna, C Creighton, B Fox, M Naebe, M Maghe, M Tobin, K Bambery, J Vongsvivut, N Hameed

(2017), Vol. 5, pp. 7372-7382, Journal of materials chemistry a, Cambridge, United Kingdom, C1

journal
2016

Investigation of progress of reactions and evolution of radial heterogeneity in the initial stage of thermal stabilization of PAN precursor fibres

S Nunna, M Naebe, N Hameed, C Creighton, S Naghashian, M Jennings, S Atkiss, M Setty, B Fox

(2016), Vol. 125, pp. 105-114, Polymer degradation and stability, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal

Structural transformation of polyacrylonitrile fibers during stabilization and low temperature carbonization

N Hameed, J Sharp, S Nunna, C Creighton, K Magniez, P Jyotishkumar, N Salim, B Fox

(2016), Vol. 128, pp. 39-45, Polymer Degradation and Stability, C1

journal

Using ionic liquids to reduce energy consumption for carbon fibre production

M Maghe, C Creighton, L Henderson, M Huson, S Nunna, S Atkiss, N Byrne, B Fox

(2016), Vol. 4, pp. 16619-16626, Journal of materials chemistry A, Cambridge, Eng., C1

journal
2015

Resin fillet formation in honeycomb sandwich structures

M Jennings, M De Souza, C Creighton, S Agius, A Pierlot, B Fox

(2015), Vol. 2015-July, pp. 1-1, ICCM 2015 : Proceedings of the 20th International Conferences on Composite Materials, Copenhagen, Denmark, E1

conference
2014

Effect of surface functionality of PAN-based carbon fibres on the mechanical performance of carbon/epoxy composites

A Kafi, M Huson, C Creighton, J Khoo, L Mazzola, T Gengenbach, F Jones, B Fox

(2014), Vol. 94, pp. 89-95, Composites Science and Technology, Doetinchem, Netherlands, C1

journal

Characterisation of composite honeycomb sandwich structures cured using the quickstep process

M Jennings, M de Souza, C Creighton, S Agius, T Pierlot, B Fox

(2014), pp. 71-72, Proceedings of the 2013 Fiber Society Spring Technical Conference, Geelong, Vic., E1

conference
2013

Cure kinetics and viscosity modelling of a high-performance epoxy resin film

C Garschke, P Parlevliet, C Weimer, B Fox

(2013), Vol. 32, pp. 150-157, Polymer Testing, C1

journal
2012

Out-of-autoclave cure cycle study of a resin film infusion process using in situ process monitoring

C Garschke, C Weimer, P Parlevliet, B Fox

(2012), Vol. 43, pp. 935-944, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, C1

journal
2007

Rapid composite tube manufacture utilizing the quickstep? process

M Silcock, C Garschke, W Hall, B Fox

(2007), Vol. 41, pp. 965-978, Journal of composite materials, Lancaster, Pa., C1-1

journal
2001

Multiple field image analysis procedure for characterization of fibre alignment in composites

C Creighton, M Sutcliffe, T Clyne

(2001), Vol. 32, pp. 221-229, Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing, C1-1

journal
2000

The compressive strength of highly-aligned carbon-fibre/epoxy composites produced by pultrusion

C Creighton, T Clyne

(2000), Vol. 60, pp. 525-533, Composites Science and Technology, C1-1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Making low cost Australian carbon fibres

Dr Claudia Creighton, Mr Srinivas Nunna

AINSE Awards - Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering

  • 2016: $7,500
  • 2015: $7,500
  • 2014: $17,500

Industry and Other Funding

3-138 Low Cost Automotive Grade PAN based Carbon Fibers

Prof Bronwyn Fox, A/Prof Minoo Naebe, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2016: $137
  • 2015: $51,314
  • 2014: $41,080

Project 3-127 - High Volume Process to Manufacture of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Composite parts for Automotive Applications

Prof Bronwyn Fox, A/Prof Minoo Naebe, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2014: $24,650

Next generation fibers program: X-ray scattering characterisation

Dr Peter Lynch, Dr Claudia Creighton, A/Prof Minoo Naebe

  • 2017: $64,514

Self-Healing Materials for Enhanced Integrity and Reliability of Structures and Pipelines.

Prof Russell Varley, A/Prof Luke Henderson, Ms Jane Zhang, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2019: $45,000
  • 2018: $55,000

Achieving Advanced Processes for the Manufacturing of High Value Composites.

Prof Russell Varley, Dr Claudia Creighton, Dr Masihullah Jabarulla Khan

  • 2019: $77,446
  • 2018: $82,533

Other Funding Sources

3-118 High-volume process to manufacture carbon fibre composite parts for automotive applications

Dr Claudia Creighton, Dr Kevin Magniez

  • 2015: $264,703
  • 2014: $422,662
  • 2013: $91,130

3-138 Low Cost Automotive Grade PAN based Carbon Fibers

Prof Bronwyn Fox, A/Prof Minoo Naebe, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2017: $74,250
  • 2015: $81,335

Project 3-127 - High Volume Process to Manufacture of Carbon Fibre Reinforced Composite parts for Automotive Applications

Prof Bronwyn Fox, A/Prof Minoo Naebe, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2017: $10,000
  • 2016: $17,497
  • 2015: $42,955

3-139 Composite Seat Structure Development

Dr Tim De Souza, Prof Bronwyn Fox, Dr Mandy De Souza, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2016: $33,300

3-149 - Improved Design of a Composite Front Seat Back for Higher Production at Lower Cost

Prof Russell Varley, Dr Mandy De Souza, Dr Claudia Creighton

  • 2017: $279,017

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2019

Andrea Louise Wilde

Thesis entitled: Novel Raman spectroscopic approaches for the characterisation of carbon fibre.

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Frontier Materials

Executive Supervisor
2018

Maxime Robert Maghe

Thesis entitled: Investigating novel stabilization treatments for economical polyacrylonitrile-based carbon fibre manufacture

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Frontier Materials

2017

Srinivas Nunna

Thesis entitled: Radial Heterogeneity Evolution in Polyacrylonitrile-based Carbon Fiber Precursor during Thermal Stabilization

Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering), Institute for Frontier Materials