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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Deformation Patterning Driven by Rate Dependent Non-convex Strain Gradient PlasticityYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; BREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.Articles in Journals
2012Deformation patterning through non-convex strain gradient crystal plasticityBREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.; YALCINKAYA TUNCAYContributions to Conferences
2012Microstructural patterning in time-dependent non-convex crystal plasticityYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; BREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.Contributions to Conferences
2012Modeling and simulation of inelastic microstructure development and inhomogeneous material behavior via non-convex rate dependent gradient plasticityYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; GEERS M.g.d.; SVENDSEN Bob; KLUSEMANN BenjaminContributions to Conferences
2012Modeling of Inelastic Microstructure Development and Inhomogeneous Material Behaviour via Non-Convex Rate-Dependent Crystal PlasticityKLUSEMANN Benjamin; YALCINKAYA TUNCAY; GEERS M.g.d.; SVENDSEN BobContributions to Conferences
2012Non-convex Rate Dependent Strain Gradient Crystal Plasticity and Deformation PatterningYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; BREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.Articles in Journals
2011Patterning in Non-Convex Strain Gradient Crystal PlasticityYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; BREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.Contributions to Conferences
2011Plastic Slip Patterning Through Rate Dependent Non-Convex Gradient-Enhanced PlasticityYALCINKAYA TUNCAY; BREKELMANS W.a.m.; GEERS M.g.d.Contributions to Conferences
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