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Journal Articles (2)
Kannoorpatti, Krishnan, Lilley, David and Webb, Grahame (2011). Effect of surface roughness on the corrosion of 316-type stainless steel. Corrosion and Materials,36(6):36-37. 27  
Lilley, David M., Gu, Gunmo and Franklin, Francis (2010). A Structural articulation method for assessing railway bridges subject to dynamic impact loading from track irregularities. Vehicle System Dynamics,48(10):1077-1095. 26   Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Conference Papers (3)
Lilley, David (2014). Corrosion and mechanical issues in HSFG bolts. In: Annual Conference of the Australasian Corrosion Association 2014, Darwin, Australia, 21-24 September 2014. 23  
Lilley, David (2013). Potential Hazards in Glazing Above Public Areas. In: International Public Works Conference 2013, Darwin, NT, 11-15 August 2013. 28  
Kannoorpatti, Krishnan, Lilley, David and Webb, Grahame (2011). Investigation into causes of corrosion in 316-type stainless steel. In: 18th International Corrosion Congress, Perth, W.A., Australia, 20-24 November 2011. 24  
All Others (3)
Mousellis, Themelis (2017). Defining risk-based odour buffer zones for Darwin region wastewater treatment facilities using odour dispersion modelling and field olfactometry. Bachelor of Engineering (4th Year Project) Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 44  
K.C., Anup (2016). The effectiveness of power and water corporation's "Living Water Smart" programme : reducing water consumption in the greater Darwin area. Bachelor of Engineering (4th Year Project) Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 60 72
Bui, Henry (2016). Crack evaluation in a simple structure using a vibration technique. Bachelor of Engineering (4th Year Project) Thesis, Charles Darwin University. 54 7