Professor of Structural Mechanics, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom.
Calladine is a member of the U.K. panel of the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society, the Institution of Civil Engineers, and the Royal Academy of Engineering.
· Thin-shell structures in general; and their buckling and vibrational behaviour in particular.
· Irreversible thermal and other buckling phenomena in submarine pipelines.
· Industrial applications of plasticity and strength-of-materials.
· Biological micro-scale mechanics : liposomes, bacterial flagella, and sequence-specific interaction between DNA and protein.
J.M.F.G. Holst, J.M. Rotter and C.R. Calladine "Imperfections in cylindrical shells resulting from fabrication misfits". Jl of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE 125, 410-418 (1999).
P. Mandal and C.R. Calladine "Buckling of thin cylindrical shells under axial compression" Int. Jl of Solids and Structures [in press].
D.J. Miles and C.R. Calladine "Lateral thermal buckling of pipelines on the sea bed". Jl of Applied Mechanics, ASME [in press].
E.R. Lancaster, C.R. Calladine and S.C. Palmer "Paradoxical buckling behaviour of a thin cylindrical shell under axial compression". Int Jl of Mechanical Sciences [in press].
J.M.F.G. Holst, J.M. Rotter and C.R. Calladine "Imperfections and buckling in cylindrical shells with consistent residual stresses". Jl of Constructional Steel Research [in press].
A.C. Palmer, L. Tebboth, D. Miles and C.R. Calladine "Instability of pipelines on slopes" Jl of Applied Mechanics, ASME [in press].