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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
2008The European Network on Neutron Techniques Standardization for Structural Integrity - NeTOHMS CARSTEN; UCA OKDAY; YOUTSOS Anastasius George; WIMPORY Robert Charles; BOUCHARD P. John; SMITH Mike; EDWARDS Lyndon; GILLES Philippe; KEAVEY Mike; BATE Steve, et alContributions to Conferences
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
2010Grain Tracking at the High Energy Materials Science Beamline of the Petra III Synchrotron Radiation SourceKING A.; SCHELL N.; MARTINS Rene; BECKMANN F.; RUHNAU H.-U.; KIEHN R.; MARROW J.; LUDWIG W.; SCHREYER A.Articles in Journals
2011In Situ Strain Measurement in the Chip Formation Zone during Orthogonal CuttingUHLMANN E.; GERSTENBERGER R.; HERTER S.; HOGHÉ T.; REIMERS W.; CAMIN B.; MARTINS Rene; SCHREYER A.; FISCHER T.Articles in Journals
2008Residual Stress Analysis by Monochromatic High-Energy X-raysMARTINS ReneArticles in books
2008Residual Stress Investigation of Dissimilar Overlap-friction Stir Welds Made from Al and SteelMARTINS Rene; SHEIKHI Shahram; DOS SANTOS Jorge; SCHREYER AndreasContributions to Conferences
2011Residual Stress, Texture, and Phase Investigation of Autogenous Edge Welds Using High Energy Synchrotron RadiationMARTINS Rene; FRANCIS John A.Articles in Journals
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