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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
20094th NeT Enlargement and Integration Workshop - Residual stress - Measurement, Prediction and Relevance for IntegrityOHMS Carsten; MARTINS Rene; NEOV Dimitar; UCA Okday; DECROOS Koenraad; ZATO SANTOS AngelBooks
2014Automatic meshing method for optimisation of the fusion zone dimensions in Finite Element models of weldsDECROOS Koenraad; OHMS Carsten; PETROV Roumen; SEEFELDT Marc; VERHAEGHE Frederik; KESTENS LeoArticles in Journals
2013Calculation of macroscopic elasto-plastic anisotropy based on an analytical expression of the Orientation Distribution Function in the case of fibre texturesDECROOS Koenraad; SEEFELDT Marc; OHMS Carsten; PETROV Roumen; VERHAEGHE Frederik; KESTENS LeoArticles in Journals
2010Full 3D Spatially Resolved Mapping of Residual Strain in a 316L Austenitic Stainless Steel Weld SpecimenMARTINS Rene; OHMS Carsten; DECROOS KoenraadArticles in Journals
2010Full Depth-Resolved Strain Mapping of a Three-Pass Slot Weld Specimen in Austenitic Stainless Steel Using the Spiral Slit TechniqueMARTINS Rene; OHMS Carsten; DECROOS KoenraadArticles in Journals
2008Including Elastical Anisotropy Due to Texture in a Finite Element Model for the Prediction of Residual Stresses in WeldsDECROOS KOENRAAD; OHMS CARSTEN; HOUBAERT YvanContributions to Conferences
2011The Influence of Anisotropy due to Crystallographic Texture on Residual Stresses in WeldsDECROOS KoenraadPhD Theses
2011Modelling and Characterisation of the Texture Development in the Fusion Zone of an Austenitic WeldDECROOS Koenraad; SEEVELDT Marc; OHMS Carsten; PETROV Roumen; VERHAEGHE Frederik; KESTENS LeoArticles in Journals
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