Contact Clive Temple
Areas of expertise
- Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (FCIM)
- MA University of York
- BA (Hons) Saint David's University College, University of Wales
- Management development programmes at Cranfield University
Clive Temple joined Cranfield from the Open University in 1995. Prior to this he worked in industry before returning to his studies and then taking up a career in the higher education sector. Clive was the initiator of Cranfield's Motorsport Engineering MSc, developing the course in collaboration with the motorsport sector. He is Programme Director for Motorsport and Automotive. He is the Course Director for the Advanced Motorsport Engineering MSc for which he is also admissions tutor, co-manager for the group design and individual thesis projects. Additionally, he leads a number of modules delivered on the Motorsport MSc. Clive Temple is actively involved in motorsport as a competitor, owning a number of historic competition cars and racing motorcycles.
- The business of motorsport
- The history of motorsport
- Motorsport technology development
- Motorsport technology transfer
- Motorsport technology clusters
- The automotive sector
- Motorsports companies including F1 teams
- Sir Jackie Stewart OBE, Silverstone and the British Racing Drivers' Club (BRDC)
- Motor Sports Association (MSA)
- Motorsport Industry Association (MIA)
- Cranfield Motorsport Simulation (CMS)
- Cranfield Impact Centre (CIC)
- The International Guild of Specialist Engineers (TIGOSE)
- Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership (NEP)
Articles In Journals
- Salmon P, Könözsy L, Temple C & Grove S (2017) Numerical investigation on various heat exchanger performances to determine an optimum configuration for charge air cooler, oil and water radiators in F1 sidepods, Applied Thermal Engineering, 117 (May) 235-244.
- Gendre L, Marchante Rodriguez V, Abhyankar H, Blackburn D, Temple C & Brighton J (2016) Development of CNC prototype for the characterization of the nanoparticle release during physical manipulation of nanocomposites, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A: Toxic Hazardous Substances and Environmental Engineering, 51 (6) 459-501.
- Dubey DP, Abhyankar HA, Marchante V, Brighton JL, Blackburn K, Temple C, Bergmann B, Trinh G & David C (2016) Modelling and validation of synthesis of poly lactic acid using an alternative energy source through a continuous reactive extrusion process, Polymers, 8 (4) Article No. 164.
- MacAdam J, Ozgencil H, Autin O, Pidou M, Temple C, Parsons S & Jefferson B (2012) Incorporating biodegradation and advanced oxidation processes in the treatment of spent metalworking fluids, Environmental Technology, 33 (24) 2741-2750.
- Ladbrook J, Tjahjono B, Oakes E, de Sanabria Sales RR, de Rueda AG, Lizarazu U & Temple C (2011) Simulation study for investment decisions on the EcoBoost camshaft machining line, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, 225 (11) 2124-2137.
- Jeffrey P, Stephenson T & Temple C (2004) Ever deeper and wider: incorporating sustainability into a practitioner oriented engineering curriculum, Water Science and Technology, 49 (8) 43-48.
- Jeffrey P, Stephenson T & Temple C (2003) Ever deeper and wider: incorporating sustainability into a practitioner orientated engineering curriculum. In: 3rd IWA International Conference Environmental Engineering Education, Zurich, Switzerland, 25 September 2003.