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Martin, Keith (2013). Hydrostatic journal bearings. In: Wang, Q. Jane and Chung, Yip-Wah eds. Encyclopedia of Tribology, Volume 3. New York, USA: Springer Science & Business Media, pp. 1774–1780.

Martin, Keith (2002). Improvements in efficiency, accuracy and stability using a novel fluid film bearing. In: Winkle, P. ed. Power Generation Retrofitting: Optimizing Power Plant Performance. Bury St. Edmonds, UK: John Wiley and Sons, pp. 85–93.

Martin, Keith (2000). Performance of a novel configuration of journal bearing. In: Maw, S. and Parkins, D.W. eds. Fluid Film Bearings - Recent Advances in Design and Performance. I MechE Seminar Publication (S651). London, UK: Professional Engineering Publishing Ltd for IMechE, p. 43.

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Martin, Keith and Parkins, David (2011). Notes on a simplified two-degree-of-freedom car suspension model of chassis heave and pitch-plane dynamics. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part K: Journal of Multi-body Dynamics, 225(3) pp. 252–262.

Martin, Keith (2008). Innovative bearings to improve performance and efficiency in industry. International Journal of Performability Engineering, 4(4) pp. 345–356.

Martin, J. K. (2006). Design guidelines for hydrostatic journal bearings. Industrial Lubrication and Tribology, 58(2-3) pp. 135–139.

Martin, J. K. (2004). Measuring the performance of a novel fluid film bearing supporting a rotor on a stationary shaft, by non-contacting means. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part K: Journal of Multi-body Dynamics, 218(3) pp. 143–151.

Martin, J. K.; Matela, R. J. and Sherwen, R. G. (2003). Modelling heat transfer through a novel design of rotary kiln. International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, 17(4) pp. 233–243.

Martin, J. K. (2002). Extended expansion of the Reynolds equation. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part J: Journal of Engineering Tribology, 216(1) pp. 49–51.

Martin, J. K. and Parkins, D. W. (2002). Theoretical studies of a continuously adjustable hydrodynamic fluid film bearing. Journal of Tribology, 124(1) pp. 203–211.

Martin, J. K. and Dixon, J. C. (2001). Three seconds in two days: a theoretical and practical model for teaching basic dynamics analysis. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part K: Journal of Multi-body Dynamics, 214(4) pp. 195–208.

Martin, J. K. (1999). A mathematical model and numerical solution technique for a novel adjustable hydrodynamic bearing. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 30(7) pp. 845–864.

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Martin, J. K. (2013). Measured displacement coefficients of an adjustable hydrodynamic journal rotor bearing. In: 12th EDF/Pprime Workshop "Solutions for performance improvements and friction reduction of journal and thrust bearings", 17-18 Sep 2013, Poitiers, France.

Martin, Keith (2010). Improved performance of hydrodynamic bearings by proactive adjustment. In: 9th EDF/Pprime (LMS) Poitiers Workshop: “Improvement of Bearing Performance and Evaluation of Adverse Conditions”, 7-8 Oct 2010, University of Poitiers, France.

Martin, Keith and Meechan, Michael (2010). An innovative supported distance learning approach to motorsport industry employee education and upskilling. In: Brookes Learning and Teaching Conference 2010, 25 Jun 2010, Oxford, UK.

Martin, Keith and Meechan, Michael (2010). An innovative approach to motorsport industry employee education. In: Vehicle Dynamics Expo 2010, 22-24 Jun 2010, Stuttgart, Germany.

Martin, Keith (2010). Energy savings and improved precision with adjustable hydrodynamic bearings. In: 2010 STLE Annual Meeting & Exhibition, 16-20 May 2010, Las Vegas, USA.

Martin, Keith and Larminie, James. R. J. (2009). Data acquisition systems: A post graduate course aimed at continuing professional development by supported distance learning. In: Motorsports Networking Conference, 24 Apr 2009, Terre Haute, Indiana, USA.

Martin, Keith and Meechan, Michael (2008). Learning while earning: an innovative approach to motorsport industry employee education. In: Motor Sport Business Forum, 10-11 Dec 2008, Monaco.

Martin, Keith (2007). Proactive management and control of the performance characteristics of hydrodynamic bearings. In: LUBMAT 2006, International Conference: Lubrication Management and Technology, 14-16 Jun 2006, Preston, U.K..

Martin, Keith (2003). The potential use of new forms of adjustable hydrodynamic bearings in the intelligent monitoring and maintenance of machine accuracies. In: International Conference on Intelligent Maintenance Systems, 30 Oct - 01 Nov 2003, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an, China.

Martin, Keith James; Parkins, David Walter and Jia, Haibo (2003). The design and development of a high speed journal bearing test rig for measuring dynamic characteristics of oil film bearings. In: Proceedings of the 2003 STLE Annual Meeting, 27 Apr - 02 May 2003, New York, NY, USA.

Martin, Keith and Matela, Ray (2002). A multimedia distance learning approach to post graduate level teaching of finite element analysis in engineering applications. In: NAFEMS-FENET Technology Workshops in Web Based Training for Engineering Analysis, 13-14 Jun 2002, Zurich.

Martin, Keith and Parkins, David (2001). Testing of a large adjustable hydrodynamic journal bearing. In: ASME/STLE International Joint Tribology Conference, 21-24 Oct 2001, San Francisco.

Martin, Keith (2001). Improvements in efficiency, accuracy and stability using a novel fluid film bearing. In: Retrofitting Steam Power Generation Plant for Improved Performance, Seminar S716., Sep 2001.

Martin, Keith (1998). New design, analysis and performance techniques in hydrodynamic fluid film bearings. In: International Conference on Multi–Body Dynamics, New Techniques and Applications, 10-11 Dec 1998, London.

Martin, Keith and Parkins, David (1998). A novel continuously adjustable hydrodynamic bearing. In: STLE 1998 Annual Meeting, 17-21 May 1998, Detroit, USA.

Martin, J. K. and Parkins, D. W. (1997). Some properties of a continuously adjustable hydrodynamic fluid film bearing. In: World Tribology Congress - Abstracts of Papers, 8-12 Sep 1997, London.

Martin, Keith and Matela, Raymond J. (1997). Finite Element Analysis – A distance learning package. In: NAFEMS World Congress ' 97 on Design, Simulation & Optimisation, Reliability & Applicability of Computational Methods, 9-11 Apr 1997, Stuttgart, Germany.

Matela, R. J. and Martin, J. K. (1997). Finite Element Methods in a distance learning environment. In: X111 Polish Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics, 5-8 May 1997, Poznan, Poland.

Martin, Keith and Matela, Raymond J. (1995). A multi-media distance learning package for Finite Element Education & Training. In: 5th International Conference on Reliability of Finite Element Methods for Engineering Applications., 10-12 May 1995, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Martin, Keith (1980). Future trends in car design. In: British Association of Young Scientists, 9 Jul 1980, National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, UK.

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Larminie, James and Martin, Keith (2009). Data acquisition systems: issues of use and interpretation of data. SAE International Paper 2009-01-1673, SAE International, Warrendale, PA. USA.

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