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David Hughes

T:
01642 34
Job title:
Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering
E:
d.j.hughes@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Science & Engineering
 
 
Research institute:
Technology Futures Institute
 
 

About David Hughes

David Hughes

David Hughes
Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering, School of Science & Engineering
T: 01642 34
E: d.j.hughes@tees.ac.uk
Research institute: Technology Futures Institute

David has worked at the University for five years now performing doctoral research before joining the academic team in 2013. Prior to joining Teesside University David worked as a design and development technician in the polymer industry winning the Society of Polymer Engineers national award in 2008. David works closely with local trusts and industries and has presented work at a number of international conferences.

Research interests

Bio-Mechanics - Particularly the Glenohumeral joint (Human Shoulder) 
Injection moulding & Polymer Processing
 

Publications

Hughes, David J.; Hodgson, Simon; Nabhani, Farhad. (2012). Validation of a novel mechanical testing rig for investigating forces in the Glenohumeral joint. Current Orthopaedic Practice: March/April 2012 - Volume 23 - Issue 2 - p 140–145

Hughes D, Hodgson S, Nabhani F. (2012). Biomechanical Evaluation of Optimal Humeral Fracture Fixation Devices. Proceedings from the 22nd international conference on Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing. Tampere University of Technology, Department of Production Engineering, Helsinki, 10-13 June, 2012,. Vol 22, p853-860

Hughes D, Hodgson S, Nabhani F. (2012). The development of an in vitro Glenohumeral testing Rig. International Journal of Experimental and Computational Biomechanics, Vol. 2, No. 1, p96-104

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