Dr Beth Evans

Location R 80, 3. 05
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
E-mail beth.evans@stfc.ac.uk
Telephone (office) +44 (0) 1235 778305

Introduction and profile

I am part of the Soft Matter Team, mainly responsible for the design and development of new equipment.

I graduated in physics from the University of Surrey, spending a gap year at CERN, and then went on to get a PhD from the Institute of Cryogenics at Southampton University. After working at A.S. Scientific for a number of years designing cryogenic equipment, I moved to ISIS in 2004.

Research and development interests

My recent publications can be found here.

See below for details of a few of the most recent:

A non-destructive experimental investigation of elastic plastic interfaces of autofrettaged thick-walled cylindrical aluminium high pressure vessels

Ma, Yanling ; Zhang, Shu Yan ; Goodway, Chris ; Done, Robert ; Evans, Beth ; Kirichek, Oleg ; Bowden, Zoë

High Pressure Research, 2012, Vol.32(3), p.364-375 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Cryogen-free low temperature sample environment for neutron scattering based on pulse tube refrigeration

Evans, Beth ; Down, Richard ; Keeping, Jeff ; Kirichek, Oleg ; Bowden, Zoe

Measurement Science and Technology, 2008, Vol.19(3), p.034018 (3pp) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

Novel testing chamber for neutron scattering measurements of internal stresses in engineering materials at cryogenic temperatures

Oliver, Edward ; Evans, Beth ; Chowdhury, Mohammad ; Major, Robert ; Kirichek, Oleg ; Bowden, Zoe

Measurement Science and Technology, 2008, Vol.19(3), p.034019 (3pp) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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