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Richard Cobb

Director of Studies M3, Faculty of Engineering

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Teaching Summary

Richard is Director of Studies for M3 and Postgraduate MSc Course Director for Manufacturing Engineering and Management.

He teaches modules in Design for Manufacture, Manufacturing practice, Investigatory Methods, Manufacturing Project and also contributes to design and coordinates individual and group based projects.

He is also the academic training manager for the EngD in Manufacturing Technology.

Research Summary

Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Recent Publications

  • BAYKASOGLU, A., GINDY, N. N. Z. and COBB, R. C., 2001. Capability based formulation and solution of multiple objective cell formation problems using simulated annealing Journal of Integrated Manufacturing Systems. VOL 12(PART 4), 258-274
  • NEALE, H. R., BROWN, D. J., COBB, S. V. G. and WILSON, J. R., 1999. Structured Evaluation of Virtual Environments for Special-Needs Education Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments. VOL 8(NUMBER 3), 264-282
  • COBB, R.C., 1998. Reducing The Surface Deviation Of Stereolithography Using In-Process Meniscus Smoothing In: 9th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium. 182 -192
  • COBB, R.C., 1997. Surface Roughness Investigation Of SL ACES Components In: 2nd National Conference On Rapid Prototyping And Tooling Research. 17-25
  • COBB, R.C., 1997. Rapid EDM Electrodes Using Stereolithography Models - Combining Pin Matrix And Electroplating Techniques In: 2nd National Conference On Rapid Prototyping And Tooling Research. 161-169
  • BOCKING, C., BENNETT, G., DOVER, S., ARTHUR, A., COBB, R. C. and DICKENS, P., 1997. Electrochemical Routes for Engineering Tool Production GEC JOURNAL OF TECHNOLOGY. VOL 14(NUMB 2), 66-74
  • REEVES, P. E. and COBB, R. C., 1997. Reducing the surface deviation of stereolithograhy using in-process techniques Rapid Prototyping Journal. VOL 3(NUMBER 1), 20-31
  • COBB, R.C., 1997. Surface Roughness Of Stereolithography Models Using An Alternative Build Strategy In: 6th European Conference On Rapid Prototyping And Manufacturing. 85-94
  • COBB, R.C., 1996. Combining Electroforming And Electroplating To Produce EDM Electrodes From RP Models In: 12th National Conference On Manufacturing Research. 341-345
  • COBB, R.C., 1996. Surface Deviation Modelling In Rapid Prototyping In: 12th National Conference On Manufacturing Research. 336-340
  • COBB, R.C., 1996. SL Surface Finish - The Cause, Effect And A Hands-Free Solution In: The Future Of Model Making International Conference. 45-66
  • COBB, R.C., 1996. Wear And Failure Mechanisms For SL EDM Electrodes In: 7th Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium. 175-190
  • COBB, R.C., 1996. Surface Deviation Modelling Of LMT Processes - A Comparative Analysis In: 5th European Conference On Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing. 157-169
  • ARTHUR, A., DICKENS, P. M. and COBB, R. C., 1996. Using rapid prototyping to produce electrical discharge machining electrodes Rapid Prototyping Journal. VOL 2(NUMBER 1), 4-12
  • COBB, R.C., 1996. Stereolithography Surface Deviation- Assessment, Prediction And Improvement In: 8th European Stereolithography User Group Meeting.

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