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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2014Characterization of a 14Cr ODS steel by means of small punch and uniaxial testing with regard to creep and fatigue at elevated temperaturesBRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; TURBA Krystof; DE HAAN Fredericus; HAEHNER Peter; AUSTIN TIMOTHY; DE CARLAN YannArticles in Journals
2013Device for carrying out environmental very high cycle fatigue tests with ultrasonic excitation in asymmetric push–pull modeBRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; HAEHNER Peter; FISCHER Burkhard; CORNU DanielArticles in Journals
2012High Cycle Fatigue Testing of Structural Materials in High Pressure Hydrogen AtmosphereBRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; FISCHER Burkhard; HAEHNER Peter; CORNU DanielContributions to Conferences
2012Impact of High Pressure Hydrogen Atmosphere on the Mechanical Properties of Haynes 282 SuperalloyBRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; FISCHER Burkhard; HAEHNER Peter; SOLLER SebastianArticles in Journals
2015Impact of hydrogen on the high cycle fatigue behaviour of Inconel 718 in asymmetric push-pull mode at room temperatureBRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; FISCHER Burkhard; RUIZ MORENO ANA MARIA; GONZALEZ SANCHEZ SERGIO; HAEHNER Peter; SOLLER SebastianArticles in Journals
2012Overview of the In-Space Propulsion (ISP-1) ProjectALLIOT Patrick; VUILLAMY Didier; BEAURAIN Andre; RICCIUS Joerg; ORDONNEAU Gerard; BOZET Jean Luc; BRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; YALAOUI Samir; FORTUNIER PascalContributions to Conferences
2013A prediction methodology for the high cycle fatigue life of hydrogen-loaded structuresBOUAJILA Wissam; RICCIUS Jörg; BRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; FISCHER BurkhardContributions to Conferences
2013Simulation of the high cycle fatigue life reduction due to internal hydrogen embrittlement using a commercial Finite Element programRICCIUS Jörg; BRUCHHAUSEN MATTHIAS; FISCHER Burkhard; BOUAJILA WissamContributions to Conferences
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