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Leon-Garcia, O. (author)
doctoral thesis 2013
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Suiker, A.S.J. (author), Turteltaub, S.R. (author)
A recently developed thermo-mechanical model [1] is presented that can be used to simulate the interactions between martensitic phase transformations and crystalline damage growth at the austenitic grain level. Subgrain information is included in the model via the crystallographic theory of martensitic transformations, see also [2,3]. The state...
conference paper 2006
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Suiker, A.S.J. (author), Turteltaub, S. (author)
A recently developed thermo-mechanical model [1] is presented that can be used to simulate the interactions between martensitic phase transformations and crystalline damage growth at the austenitic grain level. Subgrain information is included in the model via the crystallographic theory of martensitic transformations, see also [2,3]. The state...
conference paper 2006
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Morra, P.V. (author)
The mechanisms causing long term changes of materials at mild operating conditions, i.e. relatively low temperatures and loads, has not received as much attention as that for high temperature operating conditions because small strains are involved. Nevertheless the thermo-mechanical loading response of materials used for high precision...
doctoral thesis 2004
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Van Bohemen, S.M.C. (author)
Steel is one of the most commonly used materials today, especially in industrial sectors such as ship building and the automotive industry. In order to meet the requirements for steel applications, new multi-phase steels are being developed. The microstructure of these steels consists of a variety of different phases, which leads to superior...
doctoral thesis 2004
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